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Jeffrey Dean Morgan,
Happily-married couple Dan and Jody begin to notice some bizarre activity once they bring their newborn baby Aiden home from the hospital. But when the chaos expands into Jody's job as a ballet dancer and Dan's career as an Ape researcher, they realize their family is being stalked by a nefarious demon. Together, with the advice of certified experts and the aid of numerous cameras, they must figure out how to get rid of it before it's too late. Written by
David Zucker told in an interview that the movie's release actually had a 3 year wait because the studio tried to convince him to return to direct. Finally, the studio and Zucker agreed that Zucker returns, but as a writer. Then the studio hired Malcolm D. Lee to direct after Lee helmed "Soul Men" (2008) for the same studio. Before Zucker was added to write, the initial script was delivered by writers Stephen Leff, John Aboud and Michael Colton. Zucker rewrote it first together with Lee and later again with his long-time writing partner Pat Proft. See more »
When Jody wakes up after her wild night out partying with Kendra her alarm clock reads 10:38 AM. But the time stamp on the surveillance camera that shows her then backing out of her driveway to go to ballet rehearsal shows around 9:10 AM. See more »
I will start off by saying I LOVE the Scary Movie franchise, especially scary movie 3. My girlfriend and I went to see it on the 12th, we were so excited because we both love the previous films. 5 to 10 minutes into it, neither of us were laughing, just straight face. I whispered over to her and told her this is really stupid, she agreed. None of other people that were sitting in the room laugh either. I can't believe we actually sat through the whole movie until the end, since we paid for it already. It had like 3 moments that made us chuckle a bit, but that was it. If I could demand my money back, I would. Little note for the producers- Instead of paying huge amounts of money to the celebrities, how about spend some in developing the story and jokes? I would say this movie *might* make little 10 years old children laugh, but that's about it.
It was so bad that I decided to make an IMDb account to criticize.
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