1) This movie still slaps.
2) Will Smith will be an awesome Best Actor winner.
3) SAG screwed the pooch so hard by snubbing Aunjanue Ellis, holy shit. Did y’all just… NOT see the kitchen scene?
Scream radically reinvigorates the franchise in ferocious fashion, serving up spooky spectacle and masterful meta commentary on modern horror and fandom thanks to a sharp script that feels frighteningly “of the moment.”
Few film series remain this fresh after 26 years, but Scream’s still got it.
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Scream SLAYS. It might be the sharpest sequel in the series to date, and it’s nearly as conceptually radical as the original. The new cast kills it (pun intended), the fan faves get their time to shine (Arquette MVP), the masterfully meta script is a scorcher, and the gory kills are wickedly gnarly. A brutal BLAST.
(And for those who wondered if Scream would still be relevant in 2022 when everyone is cashing in on the meta craze these days, this…
There’s a moment in Rocketman that lands such a devastating blow that the film immediately soared to the top of the list of my favorite biopics.
When Elton finally comes out to his mother, she surprisingly receives the news in a rather calm, indifferent manner, proclaiming that she had already known for years. However, she ends this conversation with the declaration that Elton is “choosing a life of being alone forever,” and therefore will “never be loved properly.”