- Actors: George Carlin, Charlie Sheen, Queen Latifah, Leslie Nielsen, Denise Richards
- Directors: David Zucker
- Format: PAL, Widescreen, Colour
- Language: Italian, English
- Subtitles: Italian
- Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
- Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.85:1
- Number of discs: 1
- Classification: U
- Studio: CD
- Run Time: 81.00 minutes
- Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars See all reviews (71 customer reviews)
- ASIN: B005LZW7DW
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cindy campbell e' un'ambiziosa giornalista in cerca di scoop che si trova ad affrontare una serie di eventi che minacciano il pianeta, fra cui un'invasione di alieni che lasciano cerchi nel grano, videocassette assassine, profezie dettate da un oracolo, bambini con doni sovrannaturali e ambiziosi rapper bianchi.
This freewheeling parody tosses horror movies, Eminem, The Matrix, and much more into a cinematic blender. Scary Movie 3 centres around Cindy, a bubble-headed young newscaster who believes that a deadly videotape has some mysterious connection to the aliens who've been making crop circles in the cornfield of a local farmer (Charlie Sheen), whose brother hopes to win a local rap contest. Along for the ride are Queen Latifah, George Carlin, Anthony Anderson, Pamela Anderson, Jenny McCarthy, Jeremy Piven, Camryn Manheim, Ja Rule, dozens of rap stars, and Leslie Nielsen as the President of the US. There's no need to have seen the first two Scary Movie flicks--though a few of the characters recur, the movie leapfrogs from gag to goofy gag, plundering The Ring, Signs and The Others as needed. It's silly and slapdash, but with a decent dose of laughs. --Bret Fetzer, Amazon.comSee all Product description
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The film heavily parodies 'The Ring', but there are also nods up to 'The Matrix' and the comedy '8 Mile', among others. If you have seen 'The Ring', the plot to 'Scary Movie 3' should sound familiar. A mysterious video tape is circulating around, which results in just seven days left to live for the person or people who look at it. News Reporter Cindy Campbell (played by Anna Faris, who starred in the first two 'Scary Movies') witnesses this video tape and tries to work out a way to prevent her scheduled death. Meanwhile, there are crop circles popping up in a local farm, and Cindy suspects that the aliens may be linked with the killer tape. Can she work out both mysteries before it's the end of the world?
It's a riot for the word go, and a real improvement on the second one, without quite bettering the first. There are some welcome cameos from Charlie Sheen, Pamela Anderson, and even Simon Cowell. Unlike the other two, the jokes aren't as gross and vulgar (which was never a bad thing though, they helped make 'Scary Movie' what it is), and the plot is actually much more serious, and genuinely clever. If you need a film to make you roar laughing, and one that doesn't require any thinking involved, grab yourself a copy of 'Scary Movie 3'.
The DVD's special features are particularly good, with out-takes, an alternative ending, and a 'making of' featurette.
The DVD extras are really good, with deleted scenes and a lengthy alternative ending which appears to have had a lot more money spent on it than the actual ending used in the film! The commentaries and "making of" featurettes are funny and not the excuse for a bit of "love-in" backslapping that most DVD commentaries degenerate into.
Overall, definitely worth a look!
I am happy to say I was pleasantly surprised! It seems the departure of the Wayans brothers from this franchise has revitalised it.
This film takes off movies such as Signs, 8mile, the Matrix, The Ring, The Others and more in the way Naked Gun and Airplane spoofed their respective movies. This is because one of the Zucker brothers directed this, and whilst its knowwhere near as good as his previous films, it's a huge improvement on Scary Movie 1 & 2. (How did they get away with the Michael Jackson spoof? Close to the knuckle and very funny!)
The extras are excellent, in particular the alternative ending, which is very interesting to watch (though thank God they went with the final cut, as the alternative simply isn't funny - but its completely different - spoofing the Hulk and quite lengthy).
A fun film, with adequate performances and very good extras.
There are plenty of extras, around 30min making of which is pretty good. Lots of deleted scenes, 23mins worth, including a alternative ending which is possible better than the real ending. There are also some out takes and a real making of. Overall a very good package if you enjoy a good funny film or a fan of spoofs you should get this!
The first scary movie in 2000 brought some comic laughs to our screens as it articulately depicted the brute nature of Wes Craven horror Scream. The spoof won comedy fans over and has since seen spinoff sequels and numerous other parody franchises such as Disaster Movie and Epic Movie.
Here the third instalment of the franchise aims its attention towards Signs, The Ring and 8 Mile with some great gags and physical humour to boot, if not as strong as the original parodies in Scary Movie.
The 2000 release was so popular because it basically was Scream, only with a lighter and more comic approach whereas here the parodies are all there but which never quite feel as genuine as the original movies.
The 8 mile reflections for example are way over the top as Simon Rex brings an over exaggerated Eminem replica to the film. His exuberant timing and constant flaws will generate laughs but he never appears as the famous rapper which was present in the Marshal Mathers film. To be fair to Rex the scripting for his part was inconsistent as the over dramatic concepts overshadowed the comic abilities.
Queen Latifha's Oracle is unbelievably annoying and flat, though her `husband' Orpheus has a few good moments. I say a few as he is only onscreen briefly.
Anna Faris again brings her charm to the screen and is once more the best onscreen presence. Charlie Sheen also generates a sophisticated sense of humour to spice up the dull parts. His onscreen part with Denise Richards with the car crash is particular comedy gold.Read more ›
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Ordered Scary Movie 3, opened the case, Scary Movie 2 is in the box! Dissatisfied customer!Published 14 months ago by michael foster