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Yalini over 2 years ago
Not good...didn't want to watch the rest of the series after this
Robyn Hamilton over 2 years ago
Pretty ok as sequels go- wish Buffy and Pacy had got more screen time though!
Jane Kenney over 6 years ago
Good flick, and brings the characters back together for another killing spree.
Fae over 6 years ago
I was very annoyed with the movie + the ones following. Should have left it alone.
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Scream 2 is a 1997 American slasher film created and written by Kevin Williamson and directed by Wes Craven, starring Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox, David Arquette, Jamie Kennedy and Liev Schreiber, released on December 12, 1997 as the second installment in the Scream film series. Scream 2 takes place two years after Scream and again follows the character of Sidney Prescott (Campbell), now a student at the fictional Windsor College, who becomes the target of a copycat killer using the guise of Ghostface. Sidney is accompanied by film-geek Randy Meeks (Kennedy), retired deputy sheriff Dewey Riley (Arquette) and news reporter Gale Weathers (Cox). Like its predecessor, Scream 2 combines the violence of the slasher genre with elements of comedy and "whodunit" mystery while satirizing the cliché of film sequels. The film was followed by two sequels, Scream 3 (2000) and Scream 4 (2011). Williamson provided a five-page outline for a sequel to Scream when auctioning his original script, hoping...
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