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Mi opinión se refiere al artículo: Scream 4 [Reino Unido] [Blu-ray] ASIN: B0050I7J92 Edición muy muy básica sin ningún tipo de extra. Buena calidad de imagen y sonido sin ser especialmente sorprendente. El principal problema lo encontrarán los que no entienden inglés, ya que sólo incluye este idioma tanto en audio como en subtitulos. Me costó poco más de 3€ así que por ese precio no puedo pedir más, pero actualmente al precio al que está hay ediciones mejores que esta
There's an unwarranted snobbishness toward recent horror trends that resides at the heart of Scream 4. For a film that opens with a pithy dismissal of the torture-porn genre, arguing the likes of Saw lack character development and are "not scary...just gross," what exactly does Scream 4 offer? With horror remakes being the target this time out, it seems the writers decided they needn't come up with new ideas themselves, and simply retread old ground, hoping the viewer finds what is effectively a remake of the original Scream clever rather than lazy. A discussion at the school's Cinema Club, where the kids debate the fascination with rebooting old horror franchises smacks of desperation, as the writers try to justify their own lack of new material. Scream 4 desperately looks to make itself relevant by attempting to dissect the horror genre once again, but lacks the wit and insight of previous installments to pull it off. References to Facebook and Twitter seem destined to date the movie, as its fascination with modern technology threatens to overtake the horror elements of the screenplay. More pressingly, having openly badmouthed the Saw franchise for its lack of depth, Scream 4 is amazingly anemic itself, nothing but a poor whodunit, with characters that are stereotypes. Yes, the stereotypical nature of the characters is intentional--I get that--but that still doesn't excuse the sloppily written roles.
The major problem with Scream 4 comes from the disconnect between Sidney and the kids who make up the lion's share of the victims. Is Sidney supposed to be the main character, or is it her cousin Jill and her group of copy and paste friends who are supposed to be taking our focus? It's never really made clear, as the film feebly tries to pass the torch to a new generation. The result is what feels like a parody of Scream, with Sidney, Dewey, and Gale making cameo appearances. To be fair, the two disparate groups do come together during the final act, which sees the killer revealed and their motives detailed. To say it's an unsatisfying conclusion is an understatement; and if Craven, Williamson, and Kruger think this passes muster as a deconstruction of the remake/reboot philosophy that plagues the genre presently, they are very much mistaken. There is the slightest semblance of an interesting idea here, when the killer explains the lengths they are prepared to go to in order to "remake" the original killings, which brutally rips up modern pop culture and the quest to attain fame at all costs. Thanks to Kruger's inability to shape characters, and Willamson's refusal to take risks, even this falls flat. One good speech does not a good movie make, and Williamson and Kruger would do well to remember that cramming all your best ideas into one monologue is not enough to make up for an otherwise languid 110 minutes.
When I first opened the case I was excited to redeem the digital code, but the code I had received was 10 years old. It had expired in 2012. I wish I knew that, I wouldn’t be able to use the code before I purchased. 👎🏽
The surviving cast members are all back, along with an interesting cast of new faces... Hayden Pannetier, Mary McDonnell, Adam Brody and others threaten to bring fresh perspective 4th time round. Plotwise - well, more of the same, if you've seen the previous 3 you're in for no surprises, and if you haven't seen them, go watch Scream 1 instead of this one.. It does feel as if Wes Craven and Kevin Williamson between them have mis-stepped here. Or more precisely, after stumbling somewhat on Scream 3, this feels more like they've fallen on their faces. There's more of an emphasis on satisfying fans with references both within and outwith the franchise (the existence of the Saw 1-7: The Final Cut Collection [DVD] franchise and its ilk are acknowledged), and seemingly a bit less on scares, although a few moments work in an unsurprising sort of way. On the plus side, an introduction satirically shows the absurdity of ever more sequels on the same franchise, and there's a `new and updated' angle on the formula here, revolving around the social networking - youtube generation. On the down side, this just isn't enough to stop the movie from proceeding to walk through every yawn inducing cliché of the genre, in a singularly unironic way. Sadly, a franchise which was once a refreshingly new angle and breath of fresh air for horror movies, has become oddly dated and irrelevant. I don't remember hearing a clamour for this sequel.. especially 11 years after the last one. But if you are in the mood for a little nostalgia, you'll perhaps enjoy the routine slashing, and also the familiar faces (albeit with the help of a little more makeup) of Neve Campbell, Courtney Cox and David Arquette. At the end of the day though, with the best will in the world, after years of parodying and new fads in horror coming along, this feels kind of stale straight out of the tin.
The movies seem ok but the digital copy code is out of date, I bought this one because it had all 3! I paid for the dvd , blu ray and the digital copy I just don’t appreciate that there was nothing saying that the digital copy might be out of date and the expiration of this one was in 2012 so sellers should have known and said it may have a digital code that doesn’t work, unbelievable! I like my digital copies for when I travel. I’m Very disappointed I would have paid more if I had known that I wouldn’t be getting what I paid for!