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Scream 4

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Scream 4 is an American slasher sequel to the previous episodes, the Ghostface Killer is back 10 years later to Woodsboro.
Actors: David Arquette,
David Arquette
David Arquette 8 September 1971, Winchester, Virginia, USA
Erik Knudsen,
Erik Knudsen
Erik Knudsen 25 March 1988, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Roger Jackson,
Roger Jackson
Roger Jackson 13 July 1958, Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Nico Tortorella,
Nico Tortorella
Nico Tortorella
Marley Shelton,
Marley Shelton
Marley Shelton 12 April 1974, Los Angeles, California, USA
Mark Aaron Buerkle,
Mark Aaron Buerkle
Mark Aaron Buerkle
Emma Roberts,
Emma Roberts
Emma Roberts 10 February 1991, Rhinebeck, New York, USA
Rory Culkin,
Rory Culkin
Rory Culkin 21 July 1989, New York City, New York, USA
John Lepard,
John Lepard
John Lepard
Courteney Cox,
Courteney Cox
Courteney Cox 15 June 1964, Birmingham, Alabama, USA
Justin Michael Brandt,
Justin Michael Brandt
Justin Michael Brandt
...»
Genre: HorrorMystery
Director: Wes Craven
Wes Craven
Wes Craven 2 August 1939, Cleveland, Ohio, USA
Country: United States
Release: 2011
IMDb: 6.1
Quality:
Duration: 111 min
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Gordon and the Whale
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October 02, 2012

Everybody is still a suspect and everybody is still a victim, but narrowing down our Ghostface has become easier than ever.
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ReelViews
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April 17, 2011

Scream's brand of horror, which lampooned the slasher genre while simultaneously embracing it, was fun and breezy in 1996. In 2011, it's about as fresh as the whiff of something stale and rank from a crypt.
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ScreenRant
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October 02, 2012

Returning horror fans should enjoy Scream 4. The series remains smartly unapologetic in toying with meta-references and horror-film expectations.
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TIME Magazine
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April 15, 2011

On its own terms, Scre4m is pretty good.
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Tribune News Service
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January 15, 2013

Fails at chills, stumbles as satire. Tired. Played out.
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Philadelphia Weekly

May 03, 2015

A half-thought-out lark, the movie mocks and rejects every current trend of the genre.
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indieWire

April 19, 2011

"Scream 4" lacks the qualities that would make it a masterpiece, but it testifies to the cyclical nature of commercial storytelling in sharp, nearly timeless fashion.
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Detroit News
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April 15, 2011

Scream 4 is a total hoot. Assuming you can find the humor in knife stabbings.
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We Got This Covered
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April 21, 2013

Weak plot, half-assed performances and lacking any originality make this a lame and uninspired film.
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Slate
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April 15, 2011

Craven guides us expertly down a series of blind, bloody alleys, a journey that's more pleasurable than frustrating. On account of his steady hand, the last act is as good as could be expected: skillfully conceived and entertaining in its preposterousness
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Big Hollywood
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June 30, 2013

Easily rises up its peers in the genre and is a suspenseful sequel worth screaming about.
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Denver Post

April 15, 2011

Compared with so many of the rebooted slasher flicks, Scream 4 remains a cut above. No, that is not an intended pun.
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