I love this movie so much
Best movie ever!
This is a coming of age storyline that you've seen in one form or another for decades. It takes a truly unique voice to make yet another one worth watching.
It's a good bad... and worth a popcorn matinée. While it's easy to lament what could have been...
Wayans family is awesome. Take a look to their family tree. There's bunch of them and everyone's a writer, actor, director, comedian... Second Scary Movie loses bit of strength because it's a sequel and thus lacks originality, but still it's lots of fun.7/10The Legend of Hell House, The Exorcist, Friday the 13th, Nightmare on Elm Street, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon , Charlie's Angels, Poltergeist, Little shop of Horrors, The Amityville Horror, Dirty Harry, Taxi Driver
More mindless dross and movie entertainment that I wouldn't dream of spending money on, this quick sequel is very similar to the straightforward template from the first movie: a bunch of hopeless and clichéd characters go through movie cliché after movie cliché, whilst dozens of film references flash past all the while and a parade of ultra-gross humour attempts to make the viewer lose his or her lunch. Despite all of its attempts to be shocking – and the film laughs at race as well as the disabled – it's actually rather dull, despite frenzied mugging from the cast and a range of inventive special effects.The humour here is more mean-spirited than before and even more gross, although many such jokes are simply copied from the original. Movie references include IT, CHARLIE'S ANGELS, THE MATRIX, POLTERGEIST, HANNIBAL, and many more, and are impossible to keep track of. There is plenty of stop motion in the movie which is pretty good for me, considering I enjoy such special effects. Because there are so many jokes (a couple a minute, at least), I did end up laughing at some of them, but most are pathetic. The major cast players are okay, with the exception of Anna Faris, who is dreadful here as before, but the likes of James Woods and Tim Curry have fun with their hamming, making this a slightly more enjoyable experience than the original. Not that this is saying much; this is still a mindless, moronic comedy for the teen crowd.
Parody of the Exorcist, Poltergeist, House on Haunted Hill, Hannibal, What Lies on Beneath, Charlie Angels, and Mission Impossible. Some of which are the best films to be ever created in the 20th century. One really great film is Poltergeist. A very well conducted film based on spirits attacking others. I really thought in the past this film was really great. Now, watching this in the future, I think, wow are these the same directors for the first film because I could their not. I guess the pot and drugs got to their brains...BAD. They could do more really. I loves comedy/horror films though this is my least liked one. In this people are getting blow-jobs by ghost, getting smoked, also clowns are being raped, plus fighting cats. I mean that sound like it could the funny but anyone could outgrow these laughs. For the first film, those are legendary though. Also one very funny scene is a basketball scene.
Scary Movie 2 (2001): Dir: Keenan Ivory Wayans / Cast: Anna Faris, Marlon Wayans, Shawn Wayans, Tim Curry, Regina Hall: After spoofing The Exorcist and The Amittyville Horror in the opening, this sequel then plummets in despair. This time it targets The Haunting and The House On Haunted Hill with Tim Curry summoning a group of students to Hell House. There is no story to be found as it gets lost in its own vile. Keenan Ivory Wayans achieved the satire delivery in the first film but he directs this sequel rather half-heartedly. Anna Faris returns as Cindy who gets into a boxing fight with a cat in a reference to Raging Bull. Marlon Wayans is wrapped and smoked by a marijuana plant. This may very well be the best visual joke in the film but it is carried on too long. Shawn Wayans surprises a clown demon under the bed in a reference to Poltergeist. Curry is wasted as a professor who serves no real purpose. Perhaps it is his appeal from The Rocky Horror Picture Show that aided in his casting but this film hardly allows him to catch lightning in a bottle. Regina Hall returns and dies again, which makes little sense but then again, why look for logic here. Scary Movie used vulgar humour but it worked because it exposes horror film clichés. This time Wayans is given a larger budget and creates a spectacle in shame that should be wrapped like a joint and lit on fire. Score: 1 / 10