The happily-married parents of a newborn boy seek the assistance of paranormal investigators in ridding their home of evil in this installment of the popular spoof series produced and written by David Zucker (Airplane!, The Naked Gun), and directed by Malcolm D. Lee (Undercover Brother). Ballet dancer Jody (Ashley Tisdale) and ape researcher Dan have just become the proud parents of a bouncing baby boy when the spooky happenings in their home start causing problems in the workplace as well. With a mischievous demon making their lives unbearable, the miserable couple plant cameras in every corner of their house, and recruit some supernatural experts to help evict the diabolical imp. Charlie Sheen, Anthony Anderson, Regina Hall, and Katt Williams co-star in this horror spoof also featuring Terry Crews, Molly Shannon, Chris Elliott, and Heather Locklear.~Jason Buchanan
This installment of the franchise is nothing special, but has some good low brow comedy and slapstick humor that doesn't require much thought which is good when you're just in the mood to laugh. Scary Movie V lampoons some of the latest horror flicks as well as some cult classics so the jokes are fairly easily understood, though not all of them are necessarily hilarious. It has the usual Scary Movie blue print of a dizzying plot and non linear story that sacrifices everything in attempt of a cheap laugh. Overall, it is entertaining and is worth the watch for a few laughs.
This fifth movie was funny but it gets old.seen too many movies making fun of paranoramal actvity.wish they would go after other scary movies,but if you want a movie to just laugh at this movie does that.
Great movie, great puns, lots of bits during the movie will make you laugh hysterically. Some dry, dull moments, but nothing is perfect, this movie is far from it, but will give you a good laugh no doubt.
Scary Movie has always been one of my favorite parody series. Even hard core fans have to admit that there is little to nothing left in the tank though. Most of the humor wasn't even well thought out, just crude. The movies it makes fun of were awful enough without humorlessly rehashing them. The only funny part was the Lindsay Lohan/Charlie Sheen cameo. Only buy this to round out your collection of Scary Movie unless you are afraid it might taint the rest of your collection.
No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Rated 3 out of 5 stars
I believe this #5 in the series is average as opp.
Although this is the 2nd disc I have bought at separate times. I was able to a help bring a dangerously ill person some laughs.. I
I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 3 out of 5 stars
Definitely not the best of the series. A watch only