As the result of a childhood wish, John Bennett's teddy bear, Ted, came to life and has been by John's side ever since - a friendship that's tested when Lori, John's girlfriend of four years, wants more from their relationship.
A high school slacker who's rejected by every school he applies to opts to create his own institution of higher learning, the South Harmon Institute of Technology, on a rundown piece of property near his hometown.
A group of teenagers including Cindy Campbell and Bobby Prinze, accidentally hit a man when driving, and dispose of the body, but now they are being stalked by a very recognisable masked killer. The victim count increases, whilst Cindy must survive the carnage that has she has seen in so many films before. Written by
In a deleted scene, Shorty and Brenda have "safe" sex while holding firearms. The scene was eventually cut and the two were re-written as siblings while Ray is Brenda's boyfriend. See more »
Ray's jersey number on the field is 13; later in his room it's 12. However, some high schools use different numbers on practice and game jerseys. See more »
Hey do you think the press is gonna wanna talk to us?
Oh please. The press only wanna interview the most ignorant person they find.
[Cut to Gail Haistorm interviewing Shorty about Drew Decker's death]
I'm on T.V. Oh shit, first "Cops" now this. I'm gonna be a star, son.
So how close were you to the victim?
Oh real close. Right 'til the roofies wore and she woke up. Then she was all talkin' 'bout pressing charges so I just pulled my tongue outta her ass and left.
If you could have spoken to her ...
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As the credits begin, Marlon Wayans speaks into the camera telling the audience of his plans to hold up a convenience store. See more »
I'm not sure what the people who dumped on this film were expecting, but I found it entertaining. I am a fan of good horror and good satire, so I was able to recognize and appreciate the jokes.
True, this film relies a bit much on poddy humor, but at the same time, there is a cleverness in the way all the films being spoofed (and there are many) get twisted together and played with here. Some of the slapstick and sight gags do fall flat, but the movie is quick paced and the satire is fun. If you don't go in expecting Shakespeare, you'll enjoy it. And you might even get some Shakespeare.
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