Sunday, July 28, 2013

Scary Movie 5 (stylized as Scary MoVie) is a 2013 American comedy film and the fifth installment of the Scary Movie franchise. It was distributed by Dimension Films, a division of The Weinstein Company. The film is directed by Malcolm D. Lee and written by David Zucker.[3] It was released on April 12, 2013.[4]
Scary Movie 5 is the first installment of the franchise not to feature Cindy Campbell (played by Anna Faris) or Brenda Meeks (Regina Hall). It premiered on April 11, at the Hollywood’s ArcLight Cinerama Dome.[5] The film parodies various horror films and other popular culture such as the novel Fifty Shades of Grey and Tyler Perry's characterMadea. The film received almost universally negative reviews, and opened at #2 in the box office behind the Jackie Robinson biopic 42.


Charlie Sheen and Lindsay Lohan get together to make a sex tape with over 20 cameras beside Charlie's bed. The time-lapsed tape fast forwards through the two doing all sorts of bedroom antics, including gymnastics, riding a horse, and having clowns jump in under the sheets. Charlie is pulled into the air by a paranormal force and thrown against walls, shelves, and doors until he lands on the bed again. Lindsay is frightened so she decides to go home when she flies into the air as well; she becomes possessed and throws him into the camera and kills him. The text explains that Charlie's body was found that day but he didn't stop partying until days later, and that his three kids were found missing, Lohan was arrested, again, and a reward was put out for the missing children.
Several months later, Snoop Dogg and Mac Miller are walking in the Humboldt Countywoods in search of cannabis plants to steal. After stealing one and fleeing, they take shelter in a cabin in the woods. Upon entering they see three strange creatures, later confirmed to be Charlie's children, and turn them in for the reward. The feral children are placed in isolation at a child development research center for a few months until they are deemed well enough to be returned to familial custody. When Charlie's brother, Dan Sanders and his wife Jody come to collect them, they are told they can have them if they agree to stay in a large suburban middle-class home fitted with security cameras. Jody is reluctant to take the kids at first but soon adjusts to having them. In an attempt to bond with their new children, Jody auditions for a ballet performance, Swan Lake, and is cast in the lead role as the Swan Queen.
Meanwhile, a continuing pattern of bizarre paranormal activity in their new home makes them investigate further. They eventually learn from the children that the attacks on their home are by "Mama", the mother of the children, who is under a curse and is trying to get them back so she can sacrifice both herself and the children. Maria, the couple's Hispanic live-in maid, is frightened and keeps experimenting with various rituals, Catholic and otherwise, to ward off the evil spirits in the house. During the day, Dan is frustrated with the modest progress of his test subjects at a primate intelligence research facility; ironically, Dan is not bright enough to realize that one of the chimpanzees, Caesar, is now actually much smarter than him.
Jody (Ashley Tisdale) and Dan, with the help of Jody's close friend Kendra, must quickly find a way to lift the curse and save their family. Along the way, they seek the assistance of psychic Blaine Fulda, who turns out to be a complete fraud, and a dream extractor named Dom Kolb, who helps them understand that the solution to their problems lies in the mysterious Book of the Dead. However, Jody and Kendra fail to see what the book is capable of, oblivious to five friends continuously becoming possessed and reviving in the cabin. They wreck havoc when either of the two read the two passages of the book; one that unleashes demons, "gort klaatu barada nikto", and the other that revives them from possession. When "Mama" takes the children to a cliff to sacrifice them, Jody fails to lift the curse with the book, but does manage to knock the evil spirit into Snoop Dogg and Mac Miller's pool containing a live shark, which then devours her.
Realizing the love for her adopted children is all she needs in life, Jody gives the part of the Swan Queen to Kendra, who performs the dance in the style to that of a stripper. The performance is heavily applauded by an audience that includes Jody, Dan, the children, andMadea. The story's narrator is revealed to be Caesar, who then informs the audience that the humans should enjoy as much time they had on earth and says that apes will one day take over the world.
In a post credit scene, Charlie wakes up, with Dom Kolb sitting beside him, from a dream extraction (which the dream was the whole movie). After Kolb informs that Charlie will be sleeping with Lindsay Lohan, a car crashes into the room, killing Charlie. Revealing Lindsay as the driver, she gets out of the car, says to Kolb "You were driving" and throws him the keys, blaming the accident on him.


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Scary Movie 5: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Soundtrack album by Various Artists
ReleasedApril 23, 2013
GenreFilm soundtrack
LabelLakeshore Records
Scary Movie 5: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack is the soundtrack of the film and was released on April 23, 2013.[16][17]

Track listing[edit]

1."Werk Me"  Hyper Crush3:50
2."Way Out Willie"  Dug2:19
3."I Want Her"  Blind Truth & Georgia Harris3:04
4."How You Girlz Git Down"  Marcus Latief Scott3:40
5."Everybody Feel It"  Hit Feeling Productions3:22
6."Electricity"  John Costello1:47
7."Lakme – Flower Duet"  Apollo Symphony Orchestra3:28
8."Thunder"  The League4:15
9."Pimp Cup"  Tarik NuClothes2:12
10."Right There"  Bellringer3:35
11."Livin’ Loud"  D.J. FiFi3:33
12."Swan Lake (Waltz Of Flowers)"  Yuri Botnari2:59
13."Somewhere In This World"  Pete Peterkin3:15
14."Ready For War"  MicLordz & Sauce Funky3:14
Total length:


Scary Movie 5: Original Motion Picture Score
Film score by James L. Venable
ReleasedMay 14, 2013
LabelLakeshore Records
James L. Venable film scores chronology
Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths
Scary Movie 5
Scary Movie 5: Original Motion Picture Score is the soundtrack of the film scored byJames L. Venable it was released on May 14, 2013.[18]

Track listing[edit]

1."Attacked, Possessed and Out to the Woods"  1:31
2."Finding the Cabin and Driving Home"  0:55
3."Primates Attack and Lab Intro"  2:14
4."Meet the Kids, Who Is She?"  2:13
5."To the Ballet"  1:30
6."A Scare, a Pan and Some Hot Breath"  1:32
7."Cameras Up!"  1:14
8."Don’t Go in the Closet…or the Bathroom!"  2:16
9."Perhaps We Should Try a Psychic"  3:00
10."Dreams within Dreams"  1:23
11."The Red Room"  0:55
12."The Video Chat"  0:33
13."Nighttime in the House"  0:42
14."The Evil Book"  1:36
15."Caesar and the Baby"  0:47
16."A Vision, an Empty House and Great Pie"  1:17
17."Don’t Mess With the Hair!"  1:40
18."The Grand Finale"  2:20
19."Hugs on a Cliff, You’re a Swan!"  0:51
20."The Final Triumph"  0:36



The film is directed by Malcolm D. Lee and written by David Zucker.[3] Faris, who starred in the previous films in the franchise, confirmed that she would not return for the fifth film.[19] Tisdale's involvement in the film was confirmed in June 2012.[20][21]
Lohan and Sheen joined the cast on August 2012.[22][23] Terry Crews joined the cast on August 14, 2012.[24] Filming began in September 2012.[25][26] The first promotional image of the film, featuring Lohan and Sheen in the very first scene of the movie, was released on September 20, 2012.[27][28]
The only actors from any of the previous installments to appear in this film are Sheen,[29] Rex, Hammond, and Shannon. They do not portray their original characters, Sheen stars as himself, Rex plays Dan, Shannon plays Heather, and Hammond plays a doctor.
The film was largely filmed in and around AtlantaGeorgia in the fall of 2012, with additional filming January and February 2013 atSunset Gower Studios in Los Angeles. David Zucker reportedly handled additional filming and reshoots while Malcolm D. Lee was starting production for The Best Man Holiday.


Critical response[edit]

Scary Movie 5 was not screened for critics in advance,[30] and was universally panned, making it the worst reviewed film in the franchise. On Rotten Tomatoes, the film has a score of 4% based on 46 reviews, with an average rating of 2/10. The site's consensus states: "Juvenile even by Scary Movie standards, this fifth installment offers stale pop culture gags that generate few laughs."[31]Another review aggregation website Metacritic, which assigns a normalized rating out of 100 top reviews from mainstream critics, calculated a score of 11%, signifying "overwhelming dislike".[32]
IGN gave the movie a 1.0 out of 10.[11] Stephanie Merry of The Washington Post gave the film zero stars saying, "The movie is so appalling that even a film fan who guffawed her way through “The Aristocrats” would feel nothing but a deep emptiness as the end credits begin to roll, wondering if one solid joke was too much to ask from a movie that bills itself as comedy."[12] Kyle Smith of theNew York Post gave the film one star saying, "Down at the bottom of the comedy barrel, where the slimy gray algae-like stuff lives: That’s where this script came from. If you must go to “Scary Movie 5,” be sure to bring an iPad with you. That way you can watch a better movie on it."[13]
Joe Neumaier of The New York Daily News gave the film one star saying, "Like so much of this whole series – hatched in 2000 by the Wayans brothers and intermittently directed by 'Airplane!' veteran David Zucker, though newcomer Malcolm D. Lee takes over here – the mere mention of a familiar pop culture figure or title is supposed to be hilarious. It often isn't, and in fact the constant name-dropping and gross-out humor gets tiresome (in a movie that's at least 10 minutes too long). Luckily, folks like Snoop and good sports like Sheen and, yes, Lohan, break up the monotony. Until, like an undead beastie, the boredom and dumb jokes come roaring back."[33]
Rafer Guzman of Newsday felt that "Even the talented people – comedian Katt Williams as a fake psychic, high-energy actor Jerry O'Connell in a send-up of the 'Fifty Shades of Grey' books – get chewed up and spit out by this relentless antilaugh machine. 'Scary Movie 5' doesn't even have the imagination for a worthwhile gross-out joke. When the best you can offer is a poopy toothbrush, it's time to pack it in."[34] Darren Franich of Entertainment Weekly said "Hitting theaters seven years after the last Scary Movie, the new film doesn't even feature the ameliorating presence of Anna Faris, who gave the earlier films a certain spoofy grace. In her place is High School Musical refugee Ashley Tisdale, her face frozen in an eyeroll of mild irritation. Who can blame her? The film hopscotches between too-late riffs on Rise of the Planet of the ApesInceptionInsidious, and Black Swan. At a running time of 86 minutes, it's about as long as an episode of Saturday Night Live, except with less laughs and worse storytelling."[14] Frank Scheck of The Hollywood Reporter said "The filmmakers’ desperation is evident from the fact that a good chunk of the running time is devoted to spoofing the recent Jessica Chastain starrer Mama. While that film was indeed a sleeper hit, it hardly seems memorable enough to warrant such sustained treatment, and indeed the comic payoffs are nil."[35]

Box office[edit]

As of June 18, 2013, Scary Movie 5 has grossed $31,529,525 in North America, and $43,058,589 in other countries, for a worldwide total of 75,315,539 [2]
In North America, the film opened to #2 in its first weekend with a disappointing $14,157,367, behind 42, making it the lowest-grossing opening weekend for a film in the Scary Movie franchise.[36] It was expected to take in about half as much as its predecessors, around $17 million in its opening weekend.[37][38][39] The film held up reasonably well in its second weekend, slipping two spots to #4 with an estimated $6,296,000.[40] In its third weekend, Scary Movie 5 dipped 43.8% to #7 earning an estimated $3,457,000. The film held a spot in the top ten for the fourth weekend in a row, falling to #9 with a gross of $1,441,360. Scary Movie 5 fell to #13 in its fifth weekend earning $675,942 and slid to #15 in its sixth with $420,253.[41]

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