Scary Movie 3 (2003)



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Titolo originale: Scary Movie 3–>
Genere: Commedia–>
Durata: 84–>
Nazione: USA, Canada–>
Regia:
  • David Zucker

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Scritto da:

  • Craig Mazin
  • Pat Proft
  • Shawn Wayans (personaggi)
  • Marlon Wayans (personaggi)
  • Buddy Johnson (personaggi)
  • Phil Beauman (personaggi)
  • Jason Friedberg (personaggi)
  • Aaron Seltzer (personaggi)

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Produzione:

  • Phil Dornfeld (produttore associato)
  • Grace Gilroy (co-produttore)
  • Kevin Marcy (produttore associato)
  • Andrew Rona (produttore esecutivo)
  • Bob Weinstein (produttore esecutivo)
  • Harvey Weinstein (produttore esecutivo)
  • Robert K. Weiss (regista)
  • Brad Weston (produttore esecutivo)

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Musiche:

  • James L. Venable

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Trama del film:

A mysterious killer video tape is circulating around. One look at this tape and you have seven days left to live. News Reporter Cindy Campbell (Faris) witnesses this video tape and tries to work out a way to prevent her death. But this is not the only mystery to appear. Crop circles have been appearing in the local farm of Tom (Sheen) and George (Rex). With help from Aunt Shaneequa (Latifah), Cindy suspects that the aliens may be linked with the killer tape and must now work out both mysteries before it's the end of the world. Written by Film_Fan

Roving reporter Cindy Campbell sets out to find a hard news story in the middle of television sweeps. She soon uncovers an outrageous onslaught of globe-threatening developments including alien invaders, killer videotapes, freaky crop circles, prophecies of The One, eerie-eyed children, ambitious white rappers and even a run-in with Michael Jackson. Faced with conspiracies of massive proportions, and a crew of very strange people following her around, Cindy must fight to stop evil from taking over the world yet again. Written by cindy1

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1 Comment

  1.  

    Brandt Sponseller said

    February 26 2012 @ 20:58

    Scary Movie 3 is largely a spoof of five films, The Ring (2002), Signs
    (2002), 8 Mile (2002) and to a lesser extent, The Matrix (1999) and The
    Matrix Reloaded (2003). It begins with a spoof of the first scene from
    The Ring, then cuts to Tom’s (Charlie Sheen) discovery of the crop
    circles on his farm ala Signs. As a bridge between the stories, Cindy
    Campbell (Anna Farris) is a television news reporter who is doing a
    story on the crop circles, and who is the guardian of a young psychic
    boy, Cody (Drew Mikuska), similar to Aidan of The Ring. The two stories
    turn out to be intimately connected. Tom’s brother, George (Simon Rex)
    is a white rapper, ala Eminem in 8 Mile, and he strikes up a romance
    with Campbell. Meanwhile, President Harris (Leslie Nielsen) also
    becomes involved as the security of the country is threatened.

    I used to make it a point to not read any other reviews before I wrote
    my own, but recently, I’ve become curious when I watch a film I really
    enjoy, like Scary Movie 3, that many other people seemed to dislike. I
    find it informative to read the negative reviews to try to figure out
    why people dislike the film.

    The negative reviews for Scary Movie 3 weren’t very helpful. The most
    popular complaints seem to be that the trailer ruined the film by
    "giving away the good parts" and that the film has fun at the expense
    of some people’s sacred cows. Additionally, many people made a comment
    to the effect that you’d only enjoy the film if you’re, say, 13 or
    under.

    I never watch trailers before I see a film any longer. I have also had
    trailers ruin many films for me in the past, so I just stopped watching
    them; I recommend that you do the same. If you don’t know already,
    think about commonalities in the films you tend to like. Get an idea
    for the genres, directors, actors and so on that you usually enjoy.
    That’s the only guide you really need to determine if you should see a
    film. It’s not a guarantee, but what is? I actually look away when
    trailers appear on screen before the feature when I’m watching a film
    in the theater, and I try to mentally block out the sound. It’s pretty
    easy to do, as trailers tend to be heavier on sound effects than
    dialogue. If trailers appear on television, I quickly change the
    channel. At any rate, it doesn’t make the film you’re considering any
    worse just because you watched a trailer first. Scary Movie 3 isn’t bad
    because the trailer ruined it for you.

    Next, it’s not a good idea to watch these kinds of comedies (we might
    call them "absurdist comedies", or "outrageous comedies") if you have
    any sacred cows–that is, anything that you feel one should not joke
    about, or that one could go too far in joking about. I don’t see it as
    the film’s fault if you haven’t analyzed yourself and/or if you do not
    research the kinds of films you’re considering viewing so that you
    don’t expose yourself to something that you’re going to consider
    offensive. If you’re sensitive about certain things then you need to
    learn how to avoid them. If you’re allergic to nuts or shellfish,
    you’re going to be careful to not eat anything containing nuts or
    shellfish, right? It’s not the chef’s fault.

    Finally, I’m definitely older than 13–I’m in my late 30s, and I loved
    Scary Movie 3. I came very close to giving it a 10 out of 10–it was at
    that score until the climax, which I felt unfortunately lost a bit of
    the comic momentum that preceded it, and which arrived a bit too soon
    for my tastes (I prefer longer films).

    It helps to be familiar with the films being spoofed. Believe it or not
    a lot of the jokes are fairly subtle jabs at elements of the source
    material–for example, the pillow fight of the opening scene, which has
    connections to the almost lesbian subtext of the same scene in the
    original Japanese version of The Ring, Ringu (1998); or the character
    and camera "spins" when Tom first exits his farmhouse, which pokes fun
    at the stylistic cinematography of Signs. There are also many quicker
    references to other films. These will have far less payoff if you’re
    not familiar with the source material. For example, during the climax
    of Scary Movie 3, there’s not only a reference to the Texas Chainsaw
    Massacre (1974), but also the climax of Motel Hell (1980), which
    features an infamous chainsaw "duel".

    There is a stylistic difference between the first two Scary Movies and
    this one, which is undoubtedly correlated to the change in directors.
    Rather than the Wayans Brothers, David Zucker directs here. Zucker is
    the exclamatory wiz who also helmed Airplane! (1980), Top Secret!
    (1984), and The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad! (1988).
    Scary Movie 3 is much more in the vein of Zucker’s previous work than
    the other Scary Movies. I can’t imagine why someone would like the one
    style and not the other, but if so, that might help you decide which
    Scary Movies to see, if any.

    Finally, there were also some complaints over the plot of this film,
    especially the combination of such seemingly disparate plots from the
    source material. It’s important to remember that this is absurdist
    comedy, with an emphasis on absurd. The crazy segues from one plot to
    the other, with them meeting in the middle thanks to Cindy, President
    Harris and a number of other crazy devices, was beautifully ridiculous.
    I want ridiculous when I watch a film like this. That’s largely what
    attracts me to the genre. If you’re at all a fan of absurdism, you
    should find much to enjoy here.

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