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  • It all comes to a head with Sydney and Gale both appearing to be killed, however multiple interesting twists keep this thrillers rolling till the very end
  • I really enjoyed this aspect of the movie
  • I don't think that dragged the film down though
  • I would recommend spending the $10-$12 and seeing this film in the theater

    • by Larryview
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      The Scream trilogy that was hugely successful in the late 90’s and early 2000’s makes its much anticipated return to the big screen. Sydney Prescott, now a best selling author returns to Woodsboro on the last stop of her book tour on 10th anniversary of the last string of killings. Upon her arrival a copy-cat ghost face killer seems to be following in the footsteps of his predecessors. Sidney soon runs into old friends Dewey and Gale, who are now married.

      We also meet her aunt Kate, who was the sister of Sydney’s mother, and Sydney’s cousin Jill. As


      the plot thickens, no one is safe, and the previous rules of the trilogy no longer apply. We learn this from Jill’s high school film class friends Charley and Robbie, who broadcasts his entire life on the internet through a web cam attached to a headset he wears around.

      It all comes to a head with Sydney and Gale both appearing to be killed, however multiple interesting twists keep this thrillers rolling till the very end. The actual killer or killers will shock you.

      This film isn’t your typical teen horror picture.

      For instance, it’s not an overly gory movie, and ...


      • there aren’t topless drunken school girls in every other scene to cover up the lack of content. Scream 4 also has a humorous side. The first 5 minutes are a montage of Stab 1-7, which are the fictitious movies made about the Woodsboro murders.

        All have a comedic spins to them, with some humorous cameo’s. I really enjoyed this aspect of the movie. Scream 4 did follow the basic formula of the previous 3, and why not.

        After all, they were very successful. This did make some of the movie predictable for those who have seen the previous

        films. I don’t think that dragged the film down though.

        The movie was well cast, and each character was believable. Jill’s ex-boyfriend Trevor, played by Nico Tortorella, seemed to be following in the footsteps of Scream 1 villain Bill Lumis. He played the slightly unstable roll perfectly, and I was certain he would have something to do with the murders.

        However, I was wrong. Without giving the ending away, I will say I was very surprised at how this film ended. I would recommend spending the $10-$12 and seeing this film in the theater.

        It is that good.




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