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Starring: Drew Barrymore, Neve Campbell, Skeet Ulrich, Courteney Cox, and David Arquette
MPAA Rated: R
Kiddie Movie: You're an ass if you bring a kid to this movie.
Date Movie: This movie will get her to hold your hand.
Gratuitous Sex: Unfortunately no.
Gratuitous Violence: It's a slasher movie. Of course!
Action: Lots of running, slamming doors, falling out windows, and such.
Laughs: It's a slasher movie - what do you think?
Memorable Scene: When you find out who the killer is it's one of those "wait a minute... but I thought..." scenes.
Memorable Quote: The killer's last words "You called the cops? My parents are gonna be pissed."

A Movie Review

MPAA Rated - R

It's 1:40 Long

A Review by
Stu Gotz
OK. Log off and go see Wes Craven's movie "Scream" right now! Trust me. It's a great move.

You're still here? Obviously you don't trust me and need more convincing. All right... The movie opens with a blonde cutie, played by Drew Barrymore, sitting at home waiting for the boyfriend to come over and watch a movie. The phone rings and she answers it. It's a wrong number, or so she thinks. It's actually the start of a psychopath's murder game, or is it the start? Maybe it's the continuation by the same murderer who got away with his crimes before when Sidney's (Neve Campbell) testimony jailed the wrong guy. Just who is killing the young innocent victims of this town nearly one year after Sidney's mother was murdered? Did Sidney's dad loose it? Is it Billy (Skeet Ulrich), Sidney's sexually frustrated boyfriend? How about the local video store boy who is totally into slasher movies? Or... could it be the young, unrespected, local sheriff's deputy Dewey (David Arquette)? Throughout this movie you're led to believe it could be any of these people for a number of reasons.

About a quarter of the way through this movie I thought I had everything figured out, but it got me in the end, kind of like the movie "The Usual Suspects" in how it throws you off track of the killer. Murderer, motive, and all caught me by surprise, and I dare say this is the best slasher movie I've ever seen. No offense to the classics, but this movie incorporates the best aspects of them all with it's twists and turns.

I highly recommend "Scream," give it 3 1/2 stars, and I'm a scared Stu Gotz! 'nuff said!


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