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Release Date: October 24, 2003

Starring: Anna Faris, Charlie Sheen, Regina Hall, Denise Richards, Leslie Nielsen, Anthony Anderson, Simon Rex, Queen Latifah, Eddie Griffin, and George Carlin

Genre: Comedy/Spoof/Horror/Science
Fiction

Audience: Teenagers and adults REVIEWER:
Eric Rice Cindy Campbell (Anna
Faris) returns in the third
installment of the SCARY MOVIE
trilogy. “Great Trilogies
Come in Threes” is what the
poster says, and that about
captures the depth of the
comedy level of this
movie. Cindy works as a ditzy
blonde reporter at a city TV
station. She must find out why
people are dying seven days
after watching a particular
video, why aliens are making
crop circles in Tom Logan’s
(Charlie Sheen) field, support
her new boyfriend in his bid
to be a top white rapper, and
save the world. The SCARY
MOVIE trilogy of movies are
spoofs of recent
horror/sci-fi/slasher films;
all weaved into one new goofy
film. Having avoided seeing
the first two SCARY MOVIES, I
was not surprised when this
one lived down to my
expectations! Here is a list
of the movies that were
spoofed: MATRIX, MATRIX
RELOADED, THE RING, LORD OF
THE RINGS, 8 MILE, DARKNESS
FALLS, AMERICAN IDOL (TV
show), and SIXTH SENSE. Though
you may have liked one of
these other films, do not
expect to be happy with this
one. Probably reaching for a
new low in crude humor, SCARY
MOVIE 3 pulls out all the
nasty gags, re-invents new
ones, and settles for “baser
of two evils.” Without going
into detail, SCARY MOVIE
covers or includes sex, a
pedophile priest, scatological
humor, bestiality, every sex
organ, vomit, urine, bottoms,
cross dressing, mutilation of
a corpse, punching old people,
breasts, snot, jokes about a
statue of Jesus, and an
ongoing gag where one boy is
run over twice, hit by a
ceiling fan, and thrown out a
window. There is an
“undead” little girl,
aliens, and mutilated people
by the score. The trailer is
funny, and unfortunately will
mislead a lot of people into
going to the movie. Between
the horror (spoofed or
otherwise), the casual
violence and gore, and the
constant scenes referring to
sex and scantily clad women,
we cannot imagine a more
damaging movie for its
intended audience –
teenagers. Please address your
comments to: Bob & Harvey
Weinstein Co-Chairmen Miramax
Films 8439 Sunset Blvd. West
Hollywood, CA 90069 Phone:
(323) 822-4100 Website:
www.miramax.com

Rating: PG-13

Runtime: 95 minutes

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Content:

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GENRE: Comedy/Spoof/Horror/Science Fiction

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Summary:

In SCARY MOVIE 3, reporter Cindy Campbell is summoned to investigate the mysterious crop circles on Tom Logan's farm and discover the eerie secret behind the death of a close friend. With spoofs of several major movies, SCARY MOVIE 3 has excessive violence, language, scantily clad girls, and scatological humor, rendering it totally inappropriate for moral audiences.

Review:

Cindy Campbell (Anna Faris) returns in the third installment of the SCARY MOVIE trilogy. “Great Trilogies Come in Threes” is what the poster says, and that about captures the depth of the comedy level of this movie.

Cindy works as a ditzy blonde reporter at a city TV station. She must find out why people are dying seven days after watching a particular video, why aliens are making crop circles in Tom Logan’s (Charlie Sheen) field, support her new boyfriend in his bid to be a top white rapper, and save the world.

The SCARY MOVIE trilogy of movies are spoofs of recent horror/sci-fi/slasher films; all weaved into one new goofy film. Having avoided seeing the first two SCARY MOVIES, I was not surprised when this one lived down to my expectations! Here is a list of the movies that were spoofed: MATRIX, MATRIX RELOADED, THE RING, LORD OF THE RINGS, 8 MILE, DARKNESS FALLS, AMERICAN IDOL (TV show), and SIXTH SENSE. Though you may have liked one of these other films, do not expect to be happy with this one.

Probably reaching for a new low in crude humor, SCARY MOVIE 3 pulls out all the nasty gags, re-invents new ones, and settles for “baser of two evils.” Without going into detail, SCARY MOVIE covers or includes sex, a pedophile priest, scatological humor, bestiality, every sex organ, vomit, urine, bottoms, cross dressing, mutilation of a corpse, punching old people, breasts, snot, jokes about a statue of Jesus, and an ongoing gag where one boy is run over twice, hit by a ceiling fan, and thrown out a window. There is an “undead” little girl, aliens, and mutilated people by the score. The trailer is funny, and unfortunately will mislead a lot of people into going to the movie.

Between the horror (spoofed or otherwise), the casual violence and gore, and the constant scenes referring to sex and scantily clad women, we cannot imagine a more damaging movie for its intended audience – teenagers.

Please address your comments to:

Bob & Harvey Weinstein

Co-Chairmen

Miramax Films

8439 Sunset Blvd.

West Hollywood, CA 90069

Phone: (323) 822-4100

Website: www.miramax.com

SUMMARY: In SCARY MOVIE 3, reporter Cindy Campbell is summoned to investigate the mysterious crop circles on Tom Logan's farm and discover the eerie secret behind the death of a close friend. With spoofs of several major movies, SCARY MOVIE 3 has excessive violence, language, scantily clad girls, and scatological humor, rendering it totally inappropriate for moral audiences.

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