Tar (2022) [2160p] [4K] [WEB] [5.1] [YTS.MX]
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Tar (2022) [2160p] [4K] [WEB] [5.1] [YTS.MX]
SCREAM (2022) is a movie that feels totally unnecessary. It's a film full of interchangeable generic Gen Z actors and continuing to drag all the older ones back into a dying franchise. First the filmmakers really need to learn the timeline. The new bland main character Sam says that after the events of the original film, the copycat murders occurred about every decade. So let's see: 1996, 1998, 2000, 2011, 2022. Yeah, that's every decade! Lol. Next, how is Sam a full 5 years older than her sister and group of friends when she looks the same age as them? She's supposed to be like early 20s and they all look early 20s. Sam's age doesn't line up. Billy got her mother pregnant and died in 1996, so she should be at least 26. But the movie says she's 5 years older than her sister who can't be more than 17, which makes Sam 22.Next, they cast the most forgettable group of actors possible for this. The dialogue and humor was incredibly awkward. All of the 21st century, social media, self-aware dialogues were pretentious. I don't believe real people interact like this. I physically cringed throughout the curly-haired girl's REQUEL monologue. Even the acting within all the Stab movies they were watching was bad and cringe. I could have done without a couple of the returning actors, too. Courtney Cox is looking rougher with each new Scream movie. And the aging blonde actress from Scream 4 creeps me out with her eternally receding hairline. Was Randy's sister married to Adonis? How did THAT woman manage to sire those 2 fashion model looking people?Then there's the lack of logic. How did Sam's sister Tara miraculously survive the opening attack from Ghostface? She didn't look like someone who'd just been stabbed multiple times. The siblings big emotional scene in the hospital room was such bad acting lacking any kind of resonance. What father abandons his family and daughter that he raised for over a decade just because he found out she isn't his biological child? Why is Tara holding this against Sam? Her older sister is pouring out her soul to her explaining her whole life was turned upside down when she was like a pre-teen and the younger sister has zero sympathy? Why is there no one ever around in places where there should be a reasonable amount of people, like the hospital? A reasonably sized "small" town like Woodsboro shouldn't have empty hallways and waiting rooms. How did it take Sam and Dewey seemingly forever to get to the "small town" hospital? Why is the police force so oblivious to all these murders? They know that this town has a history of serial killers and copycats. Their Sheriff and key Deputies keep getting slaughtered and they don't seem to care.I literally forgot about a couple of the teen characters during the chunk of the film that focused on the 2 sisters, Dewey, Sidney, and Gale. When they showed up again after about 40 minutes, I was like "oh, yeah she's in this movie". In fact, the only 2 side characters I remembered were the twins and I recall early on predicting they were the killers and I thought for sure when Mindy joked that she was the killer, she really wasn't joking. Turns out the person she was making the joke to was one of the killers. THEN that's when I knew who her accomplice was, especially when he tried to divert Sam's attention towards her sister. The girl killer was pure cringe trying to imitate the iconic Stu from the original classic Scream of 1996. Why did Chad throw his phone away? Just wipe the blood on your jacket so he can work the buttons properly. Characters are stabbed multiple times, shot in the guts and somehow still completely lucid and walking and moving normally afterwards. Girl gets shot 3 times point blank range and somehow is still alive and screaming at the top of her lungs as she's consumed by fire. She should have been dead from the gunshots, not the fire...also turns out she still wasn't dead. Got to be a shot to the head because this franchise is utterly dumb at this point. Unless you're shot in the head, no matter how maimed you are in other vital parts of your body, you can fully function with no problem.Too many talking killers. Just kill your prey and get it over with. And the writers try to somehow redeem Billy Loomis as a hero in the afterlife as the ghost muse for his illegitimate daughter. Then they kill off my absolute favorite character of the franchise Dewey. Regardless of how far these movies have fallen, David Arquette has always been a reliable mainstay. Also, the scares in this franchise have been reduced to just a bunch of jump scares, both empty and actual. And honestly up until the point that Dewey died, Arquette was the only actor doing anything remotely close to good acting. I can't stress enough how BAD the dialogue was in this movie. It had none of the pop, wit, or humor of the original film. And as bad as the new actors were overall, I think the main actress playing Sam was by far the worst. She delivered her dialogue in the blandest way possible. I couldn't tell if she was mad, happy, or sad. If they are rebooting the franchise with her as the new hero, this is going to be a serious problem as she's nowhere near as good as Neve Campbell. But the actress playing the younger sister wasn't much better. Also, the twins, who I thought were the killers to begin with, actually survived somehow. I smell them being the killer duo in the next film as I predicted in this film. My prediction is pretty much the only thing that would even make me watch the next one. 041b061a72