Scream 4

Scream 4

Sidney Prescott, now the author of a self-help book, returns home to Woodsboro on the last stop of her book tour. There she reconnects with Sheriff Dewey and Gale, who are now married, as well as her cousin Jill and her Aunt Kate. Unfortunately, Sidney's appearance also brings about the return of Ghostface, putting Sidney, Gale, and Dewey, along with Jill, her friends, and the whole town of Woodsboro in danger.

This section revolves around the story of Sidney Prescott, who has just returned home in Woodsboro after a trip introduced her book. There, she associated with sheriff - Dewey and Gale, as well as her cousin and her aunt. Unfortunately, Sidney's appearance also brings Ghostface back, causing danger forr Woodsboro. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Luke D (jp) wrote: Taken meets Die Hard meets Lethal Weapon Old dude with one last ass whippin' in him!What a kick ass film

Carlos M (de) wrote: Morgan and Wong are back for this third film, only with no originality. Everything here is a rehash of the first installment, predictable and gory, with a roller coaster accident instead of an airplane. The tone aims for seriousness but with poor dialogue and an end that is dull and stupid.

Cyril C (es) wrote: In what a lot of people may call a CNN propaganda machine, this film grants us some brilliant insight into the actual horrors of what went on during the events leading up to and including the bombing of Baghdad during the first gulf war.

Kimberly Chris (it) wrote: i love this movie....

Sean C (ru) wrote: This might be the greatest cast ever assembled in B movie history: Ice-T, Rutger Hauer, Charles S. Dutton, Gary Busey, F. Murray Abraham, and John C. McGinley. Not every scene works, but the film is great at shifting from action to drama and using comedy and social commentary to keep things level. My only real complaint is the sudden ending.

Gregor H (gb) wrote: The rural environment is great - nature and human are displayed on the screen with nature great and human being very small. (reminds me of Painted Fire) The characters are drawn very carefully . The story told with all its little "substories" keeps my attention ... I forget how long this movie actually lasts ... when it ends I want it to go on ...

Drew W (it) wrote: I would give this a C-(70).

Cha J (gb) wrote: Affecting enough that I just NEEDED a plate of nachos after.. Depp was fun. That's it.

Aka A (us) wrote: An enjoyable distraction.

Wayne K (mx) wrote: It's been said that the most serious of issues that we face can be examined most effectively through jokes, and Tootsie, for the most part, aptly demonstrates that philosophy. Powered by a fantastic central performance by Hoffman, essentially lampooning his own acting methodologies and temperament, he gets a first-hand experience of how the other half lives, learning much about not only the attitudes of others, but his own. His performance is joyously complimented by a vivacious Jessica Lange, always smiling and looking like the happiest person in the world while hiding a vulnerability just beneath the surface. Much of the humour stems from the razor-sharp dialogue, with classic, quotable one-liners firing off in all directions. Method acting is well known to make a person difficult to get along with and even a little dangerous, and Hoffman's deep ingratiation with his creation is a wonderfully comedic but also strikingly poignant representation of this, analysing and dissecting issues of sexism and ageism which he never even considered beforehand. The film flounders in its final act, where the characters succumb to the Hollywood syndrome of no longer acting like real human beings, never offering simple explanations and constantly saying the wrong thing for no logical reason, and while it offers up a fantastic premise, it's essentially wastes it with a deflating ending made more for pleasing the masses than challenging them. But these flaws are more than overshadowed by the upsides. A comedy gem, still treasured all these years later, Tootsie is a must-see for lovers of comedy, drama and fabulous dresses.