SCARY MOVIE 2

Perfectly Lame

Content -4
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Release Date: July 04, 2001

Starring: Marlon Wayans, Shawn Wayans,
Anna Faris, Regina Hall,
Vhristopher Masterson, Chris
Elliott, Tori Spelling, & Tim
Curry

Genre: Comedy/Spoof

Audience: Teenagers & young adults

Rating: R

Runtime: 82 minutes

Distributor: Dimension Films

Director: Keenan Ivory Wayans

Executive Producer: Bob Weinstein & Harvey
Weinstein

Producer: Eric L. Gold

Writer: Shawn Wayans, Marlon Wayans,
et al.

Address Comments To:

Bob Weinstein & Harvey Weinstein
Dimension Films
99 Hudson Street, 5th Floor
New York, NY 10013
Phone: (212) 219-4100
Fax: (212) 941-3836
www.dimensionfilms.com

Content:

(PaPaPa, OOO, AbAbAb, HoHoHo, LLL, VV, SSS, NNN, A, DD, M) Strong pagan worldview in comedy that spoofs occult horror movies, nasty anti-Catholic jokes & content & strong homosexual content; at least 75 obscenities, 13 profanities, jokes about human excrement & bodily functions, much projectile vomiting, obscene humor, etc.; moderate slapstick violence such as hitting people, woman gets into fight with cat, martial arts violence spoofs CHARLIE’S ANGELS movie, stun guns fire, bus runs over two people, throwing a ball at someone’s face, wheelchairs crash, & poltergeist throws objects at woman; priest fornicates with possessed girl, pedophilia jokes, implied fornication & masturbation, implied homosexuality, man sodomizes a possessed clown; cleavage & full male nudity in one scene shown for a joke; alcohol use; marijuana use made light of; and, jokes about handicapped people & racial slurs in rap songs.

Summary:

SCARY MOVIE 2 is a perfectly lame, disgusting comedy spoof of occult horror movies, including THE EXORCIST. Filled with gross-out sexual jokes, toilet humor and some drug humor, the basic story relates how a college professor, played by Tim Curry, lures a group of college co-eds to spend the weekend at a haunted house.

Review:

SCARY MOVIE 2 is a perfectly lame, disgusting comedy spoof of occult horror movies, including THE EXORCIST. Filled with gross-out sexual jokes, toilet humor and some drug humor, the basic story relates how a college professor, played by Tim Curry, lures a group of college co-eds to spend the weekend at a haunted house. The professor wants to fornicate with one or more of the young women. A handyman with a deformed hand freaks out the students. Finally, ghosts and supernatural beings appear, and chaos results.

SCARY MOVIE 2 is more stupid and sophomoric than it is truly envelope pushing. The never ending stream of crude and vulgar humor is not relieved by any wit whatsoever. Bad acting, bad directing, terrible writing, and uninspired comedy all conspire to make this one of the worst movies anyone will ever see this year, or any other year for that matter. All the people involved in this should hide their heads in eternal shame. The only possible ray of sunshine in all this is the hope that this movie may show those who watch it how silly the idea of ghosts coming back from the dead is.

In Brief:

SCARY MOVIE 2 is a perfectly lame, disgusting comedy spoof of occult horror movies, including THE EXORCIST. Filled with gross-out sexual jokes, toilet humor and some drug humor, the basic story relates how a college professor, played by Tim Curry, lures a group of college co-eds to spend the weekend at a haunted house. The professor wants to fornicate with one or more of the young women. A handyman with a deformed hand freaks out the students. Finally, ghosts and supernatural beings appear, and chaos results.

SCARY MOVIE 2 is more stupid and sophomoric than it is truly envelope pushing. The never ending stream of crude and vulgar humor is not relieved by any wit whatsoever. Bad acting, bad directing, terrible writing, and uninspired comedy all conspire to make this one of the worst movies anyone will ever see this year, or any other year for that matter. All the people involved in this should hide their heads in eternal shame. The only possible ray of sunshine in all this is the hope that this movie may show those who watch it how silly the idea of ghosts coming back from the dead is.