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The costumes change during the spoof of the Nike commercial where the characters are in the costumes they are supposed to be in the next day. However, this is probably deliberate. See more »
I have various mixed emotions about this sequel to the hit SCARY MOVIE. It wasn't as good but it delivered many laughs and slap-on-knees. I was a little surprised at this one on how they could spoof any movie right after the other. If you really liked the first one, you could be disappointed or satisfied with this one. I was satisfied. 7/10
My MPAA rating: R for strong crude sexual content and humor, drug use and language.
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