Director: David Zucker
Starring: Anna Faris, Regina Hall, Craig
Bierko, Leslie Nielsen, Carmen Electra, Shaquille O'Neal,
Dr. Phil, Bill Pullman, Chris Elliot, Molly Shannon, Michael
Madsen, Chingy, Lil' John
RunTime: 1 hr 23 mins
Released By: BVI
NC-16 (Sexual References)
Day: 22 June 2006
time around, the ever-naïve Cindy Campbell (Anna Faris),
seeking a career in home healthcare, finds work with a creepy
old lady (Cloris Leachman) in an even creepier old house haunted
by a ghostly presence. Throw in a good-looking guy next door
and the threat of aliens intent on global domination and Cindy’s
instantly up to the top of her extremely blond head in danger.
Our fearless heroine catapults into action once again struggling
to decipher ominous messages from the beyond, looking for
love in some very weird places and trying to save the world
from mass destruction. As she struggles to discover life-saving
answers, Cindy encounters horrific plane crashes, bodacious
blind girls, village idiots, dishevelled rappers, kinky contraptions,
psycho survivalists, alien sphincters and even Oprah!
Blame the Wayans brothers for starting it all- I mean the
“Scary Movie” franchises. If you have not been
exposed to the world of pop culture for the past five years,
the “Scary Movie” series is basically a spoof
of all other movies not just the scary ones. Don’t bother
to look for any story line, the fun is spotting the movies
that are being spoofed if you call that fun.
now it has reached installment number four with David Zucker
(Airplane) at the helm with Anna Faris and Regina Hall returning.
Other guest stars include Charlie Sheen in a Viagra-inspired
opening act, Anthony Anderson, Bill Pullman and who else Leslie
‘the fumbling’ Nielsen. From “War of the
Worlds” to “The Village” to “Brokeback
Mountain”, the writers are spoofing anything memorable
on the big screen between the periods of 2004 to 2005.
see, the main gripe about this genre is you are not suppose
to treat it seriously and to follow the flow as it goes. It’s
akin to your boss telling a bad joke during lunchtime and
you are obliged to follow the rest of your colleagues and
laugh your ass off.
addition, here are some free recommended guidelines if you
intend to catch this:
If you are the sort who laugh at the slightest things (even
your dad farting), please feel free to purchase your admit
ticket to “Scary Movie 4”.
If you are a fanatic fan of the past run-out-of-mill Wong
Jing’s HK comedies, please feel free to purchase your
admit ticket to “Scary Movie 4”.
If you can't enough of sex jokes, fart jokes and sex jokes,
please feel free to purchase your admit ticket to “Scary
If you wish to see a fake Tom Cruise jumping on a fake Oprah’s
couch, please feel free to purchase your admit ticket to “Scary
before this cheesy review is finished, the grapevine has it
that Dimension Films is planning on a fifth sequel. God forbid.
(An absolute must-watch comedy for the horny teens crowd and
I mean solely for that demographics only)
by Linus Tee