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1,160 Ratings

Scream 3

Directed by Wes Craven
United States, 2000
Comedy, Horror, Thriller

Synopsis

When people start dropping like flies around the production of the movie Stab 3 – the latest meta-movie sequel based on events occurring in the film series itself – Sidney and other Greensboro survivors are once again drawn into mayhem.

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Scream 3 Directed by Wes Craven

Critics reviews

A culture of sexual violence and silent complicity is far more likely to lead to real-world damage than any slasher film. Sidney’s mother isn’t exactly cleared of all charges—she’s still the town adulteress who ruined everyone’s lives—but she’s been given a (granted, very reactionary) origin story that locates original sin in Hollywood sexual abuse. None of this necessarily makes Scream 3 a better film, but it’s unusually, bracingly, and anomalously direct in its charges.
June 16, 2016
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What are people saying?

  • Richmond Hill's rating of the film Scream 3

    Contrived. Knowingly so - to an extent. The knowingness has worn thin here, the satire now two films ago. So much so, nothing matters; people shunt around, take calls & wait to be slain. Consequently you just don’t care, which is a shame as it’s competent technically and if not souring the original (if one can call it that) it almost makes the audience the joke for taking what might be better if just straight hokum.

  • Stefan Drees's rating of the film Scream 3

    OK for a third part. Some nice twists of the story, but all in all not the quality of the first part. On the one hand Craven centers on the re-establishment of the slasher film dramaturgy but on the other he doesn't omit the ironic genre commentaries. Therefore the film fluctuates and leaves an unsatisfactory impression.

  • HKFanatic's rating of the film Scream 3

    Kevin Williamson's wit is sorely missed, as this film proves to be little more than a self-congratulatory celebration of the franchise's own success, complete with wink-wink, nudge-nudge cameos from Kevin Smith and Carrie Fisher(?!). The dire situation that is this film almost necessitated the existence of "Scary Movie," but at this point you have to ask: why bother? "Scream" had already become a parody of itself.

  • James Mackin's rating of the film Scream 3

    By far, the worst of the series. It really stopped being a meta series about horror, and became a traditional horror series. Jay and Silent Bob couldn't even make this somewhat good. They made it worse actually.

  • João R.'s rating of the film Scream 3

    Weaker, comparing to the others, BUT the unmasking scene was pretty amazing. To me, the problem with this movie is that I didn't care about the characters being murdered because it wouldn't directly affect Sidney and this chapter was less Sidney-centered...

  • Th MZA's rating of the film Scream 3

    Watched this while pounding b-day cake/pumpkin pie & discussing the varieties of women's chins/jawlines because God only knows. Attention's a gift and I don't always know why I give mine to a thing and deprive this other thing. @ half-strength attention, the plot was easy & provided the bare minimum of guess-who pleasure. I feel bad for the genuine & unrequited love of people who make mediocre movies about movies.

  • jmfran2's rating of the film Scream 3

    While not as good as the first two films in the series, Scream 3 was still a lot of fun and is very entertaining. This has become one of my favorite film series.

  • jhubbs's rating of the film Scream 3

    Certainly better than 2. The self-indulgence is at full force here, and the poking-fun at Hollywood horror is emphasized by taking the poking to Hollywood. The acting is still hokey. Parody-ception at this point. The mystery guess-the-killer hook is stronger here than in 2, many red herrings, the reveal doesn't feel as cheap & unfair. 2.5

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