#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Two years after the events of Scream, Sidney Prescott and Randy are attending Windsor college. They are trying to get on with their lives…Until a new Ghostface killing spree begins. With the help of Dewey and Gale, Sidney must find out who’s behind the murders. As the body count goes up, the list of suspects goes down.
Plot: Two years after the terrifying events that occurred in Woodsboro, Sidney is now attending Windsor College in Cincinnati, and Gale Weathers’ best selling book on Sidney’s life has now been made into a major motion picture. When two college students are killed in a theatre while watching the new film ‘Stab’, Sidney knows deep down that history is repeating itself.
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More of the same self-relative horror, enjoyably balances mock and slasher film goods
Director Wes Craven and writer Kevin Williamson re-teamed for this unneeded but entertaining sequel. Also returning is a majority of the original cast (Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox, David Arquette, Jamie Kennedy, and Liev Schreiber), where the story picks up two years later with Campbell attending college when a new killer dons the Ghostface mask and stalks her and her college pals. As with the first film, everyone is a suspect and most importantly the film strikes a nice tonal balance of mocking slasher film conventions while also delivering the slasher film goods. Jamie Kennedy’s video store clerk, now a film school student, at one point explains the rules for horror sequels, stating “there are certain rules that one must abide by in order to create a successful sequel. Number one: the body count is always bigger. Number two: the death scenes are always much more elaborate – more blood, more gore – *carnage candy*. And number three: never, ever, under any circumstances, assume the killer is dead.” and “Scream 2” delivers on all three of these points. Besides meeting those sequel requirements, Craven is a master of suspense and shock and as with the first film, for a mainstream picture, he does deliver a shockingly rough horror film. Craven actually had to submit eight different cuts to the MPAA before getting an R-rating, so there’s no mistaking that this film was from the same guy who made “The Last House on the Left” and “The Hills Have Eyes.” The film is also immensely helped by a strong cast of new characters that include Jada Pinkett, Omar Epps, Sarah Michelle Gellar (interestingly playing a helpless blond character-type, the antithesis of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, which she was playing at this same time), Timothy Olyphant, Jerry O’Connell, Laurie Metcalf, Rebecca Gayheart, an unrecognizable Portia de Rossi, and the great David Warner in a small role as a drama teacher. Best of all are the very funny cameos for the movie-within-a-movie “Stab,” where Heather Graham plays the Drew Barrymore part form the first film and Tori Spelling & Luke Wilson play Campbell and Skeet Ulrich’s parts (an inside joke from the first film where one of Campbell’s friends asks her “If they make a movie about you, who’s gonna play you?” and she answers, “With my luck, they’d cast Tori Spelling.”). Look fast for a before-he-was-famous Adam Shankman as a Ghost Dancer and Selma Blair has an uncredited appearance (or is heard) as Gellar’s friend on the phone. Also, the film was edited by Patrick Lussier, who’d later go on to direct the solid “My Bloody Valentine” remake, Nic Cage’s “Drive Angry,” and was co-writer on under appreciated Terminator sequel “Terminator Genisys.” My main complaint about the film is that Williamson’s script hasn’t aged all that well, seeming at bit too clever for itself, reminding me in many ways of the endless Tarantino wannabes of this era, where pop culture references were lazy substitutes for good dialogue, interesting characters, or original stories. Still, while this sequel basically covers the same ground of the first film, it’s a strong cast with a talented director making a big budget slasher film, which is not something horror fans are treated to very often. FUN FACT! Robert Rodriguez (“Desperado” “Sin City” “Machete”) directed scenes of “Stab”, the movie-within-a-movie.
Pretty good sequel
The funny thing with ‘Scream 2’ is that it’s not as entertaining and good as ‘Scream’ but with bad movies like ‘I Know What You Did Last Summer’ and ‘Urban Legend’ it’s kind of a relieve. Probably the difference here is that Wes Craven is a director who knows what he is doing.
Neve Campbell as Sidney, Courteney Cox as Gale Weathers, David Arquette as Deputy Dewey and Jamie Kennedy as Randy return for this sequel. New possible subjects or suspects are Cici (Sarah Michelle Gellar), Hallie (Elise Neal), Sidney’s new boyfriend Derek (Jerry O’Connell), former suspect Cotton Weary (Liev Schreiber) who was in prison for a year, Mickey (Timothy Olyphant) and reporter Debbie Salt (Laurie Metcalf) who is a big fan of Gale.
The movie opens in a theater. The movie ‘Stab’ is showing for the first time and this movie is based on the book ‘The Woodsboro Murders’ by Gale Weathers. In ‘Scream’ Sidney predicted that Tori Spelling would probably play her if they would ever make a movie about those events and in ‘Scream 2’ we learn she was right. It is one of the many funny little things. Jada Pinkett Smith and Omar Epps are killed during the showing and of course the movie is blamed.
From here it is like ‘Scream’. The guessing can begin. Again it is a lot of fun, again the movie knows that it must not get too serious, again I was entertained by what I saw. ‘Scream’ was original and therefore better, more entertaining and more surprising in the way the subject was handled. Still, with all the inside jokes and references this is a lot of fun and a lot better than almost every other movie in the genre.
Original Language en
Runtime 2 hr (120 min)
Genre Horror, Mystery
Director Wes Craven
Writer Kevin Williamson (characters), Kevin Williamson
Actors Jada Pinkett Smith, Omar Epps, Paulette Patterson, Rasila Schroeder
Awards 8 wins & 13 nominations.
Production Company Craven-Maddalena Films, Miramax Films, Konrad Pictures, Dimension Films, Maven Entertainment Inc.
Sound Mix Dolby
Aspect Ratio 2.39 : 1
Camera Panavision Panaflex Platinum, Panavision Primo and C-Series Lenses
Laboratory FotoKem Laboratory, Burbank (CA), USA (color)
Film Length 3,459 m (Spain)
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process Panavision (anamorphic)
Printed Film Format 35 mm