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  • I mean, there are some movies that you wouldn't mind watching again and again, but giving us the same movie with a new title slapped on is just highway robbery

    • by Jermaine McKenzie

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      Scream 2, directed by Wes Craven is rated R by the Motion Picture Association of America for language and strong bloody violence. The original release date for this movie was December 12, 1997 for United States audiences. This movie falls in the genre of Horror/Mystery/Romance/Thriller and stars David Arquette as Dwight Riley, Neve Campbell as Sidney Prescott, Courteney Cox as Gale Weathers, Sarah Michelle Gellar as Casey Cooper, Jamie Kennedy as Randy Meeks, Laurie Metcalf as Debbie Salt,

      Elise Neal as Hallie McDaniel, Jerry O’Connell as Derek Feldman, Timothy Olyphant as Mickey Altieri, Jada Pinkett Smith as Maureen Evans and Liev Schreiber as Cotton Weary.

      As with most successful movies, once the original made a killing at the box office, they are sure to make a sequel to try and top what they did before or just to make some more money off the success of the first. The second installation into the Scream saga has left ...

      • much for the imagination. Now it is becoming abit too predictable.

        Two years after the tragic events occurred, the traumatized students are trying to pull their lives to gether and get on with it, but their are some people who refuse to let the past die and sart to digg up that terrible moment in time thus starting the whole thing all over again.

        This movie is no different from the first, only that the killers have yet to be

        identified. The plot is basically the same, as I said, nothing has changed.

        Now that could be a good thing, at least they didn’t dig too deep a hole for themselves, but on the other hand, why pay more money to go and watch something that you have already seen? I mean, there are some movies that you wouldn’t mind watching again and again, but giving us the same movie with a new title slapped on is just highway robbery.

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