Scream 3

Scream 3

Scream 3

The third - and, at release time, supposedly final - entry in Wes Craven's tongue-in-cheek horror series. David Arquette, Neve Campell and Courteney Cox return.

A murdering spree begins to happen again, this time its targeted toward the original Woodsboro survivors and those associated with the movie inside a movie, Stab 3. Sydney (Campbell) must face the demons of her past to stop the killer.

2000Rating: R16, Horror scenesUSA
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Scream 3 / Reviews

Village Voice

Village Voice

Logic, motivation, suspense - anything that might make the film frightening or resonant - is buried under Dolby blams, medulla-shaming dialogue, and a rain of overdubbed hunting-knife schwings that grate like a 3 a.m. car alarm.

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Variety

Variety

Scream 3 is a crafty and well-crafted wrap-up that really does bring a satisfying sense of closure to the franchise.

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The Washington Post

The Washington Post

An unending string of bloopers, starring nubile, buxom and possibly anorexic stars.

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Roger Ebert

Roger Ebert

If Scream was like a funny joke, Scream 2 was like somebody telling you, 'here's how I heard that joke,' and Scream 3 is like somebody who won't believe you've already heard it.

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Entertainment Weekly

Entertainment Weekly

The only thing the movie kills with any decisiveness is your time.

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Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

Still satisfying comedic shlock horror, but the premise is starting to wear a bit thin as the trilogy draws to a close.

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