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I was sitting up late last night watching TV when i noticed that Scream 4 was about to start on the Movie channel. When i first heard about the film (back when it was in production) i was interested to see it but it flew so far under the radar when it was released and just seemed to disappear. Out of curiosity i decided to watch it. Now that was my first mistake. This movie is just awful, i felt like i was watching the newest entry in the Scary Movie franchise, having Anthony Anderson cast in it also made it feel that way a little bit more. Don't get me wrong, amusing and likable actor but not in this film. The casting was atrocious, the plot was pathetic, acting from the new teenage characters was poor, even David Arquette seemed to be lacking in his acting.
It was so corny, predictable and cheesy that i honestly could not believe i was watching Scream 4, they bagged themselves that much that it may as well have been Scary Movie 5.
You can't help but ask at the end, Are you serious Wes Craven?
Poor, Poor film.
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