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“Scream” is the first film in the “Scream” series, which is an American slasher television show created by Kevin Williamson with Carlton Cuse and Danny Cannon. It stars David Arquette as protagonist Sidney Prescott, who has been targeted by a serial killer of the same name. The film is also notable for its cast, which features Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox, and Drew Barrymore. The film was originally supposed to be an “A Nightmare on Elm Street” film, but due to copyright issues, the idea was scrapped. Instead, the script was developed into a new movie.

What is the plot of the story?

The film begins with a news report about the murders at Woodsboro. The reporter, Gale Weathers (Courteney Cox), is told that Sidney Prescott (Neve Campbell) has been invited to a small town for an interview about the killings. Sydney arrives in town to find Dewey Riley (David Arquette) waiting for her, having been assigned the job of her bodyguard by Gale. Gale herself had been called in on a case with police chief Dwight “Dewey” Riley (David Arquette) after another teenage girl was murdered, which they found out was being done by the same killer who started it all — Woodsboro’s own Billy Loomis (Skeet Ulrich).

Who is in the cast? What role did each character portray?

The cast includes Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox, and Drew Barrymore. Neve Campbell portrayed Sidney Prescott, the girl who had been targeted by the killer Billy Loomis (Skeet Ulrich). She was very good in her role and she was very convincing.  It was also nice to look at; she did not have an ugly face. It makes you understand why people would be attracted to her even if there is a serial killer after her. She has very nice eyes and soft brown hair that reaches to her shoulders. Courteney Cox also portrayed Gale Weathers, who is a news reporter as we mentioned earlier.

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What are the difficulties they face?

The serial killer wants to get Sidney, but Gale has not been murdered yet. In the meantime, they have to protect Sydney from the killer while they all try to figure out who it is. Sidney is also forced to remember her past and how she got to Woodsboro. In an attempt to get Sydney, Gale sent her out into Woodsboro with Dewey and Sidney sneaks off alone. As she is walking, she takes a shortcut through the woods where there has been a huge explosion in the past. She comes across a body on the ground, which is that of Billy Loomis (Skeet Ulrich). Before he died, he set off explosives near a bridge.

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Who is the antagonist? What are its motives?

The antagonist is a serial killer who calls himself the “Ghostface” killer. His motives are to get revenge on the town of Woodsboro for the death of his girlfriend, Maureen Evans (Drew Barrymore). Maureen was killed by Sidney when Billy and his best friend Stu Macher (Matthew Lillard) tried to kill her. After Stu and Billy were arrested, Maureen met up with another man in jail named Charlie Walker (kwip Efron). She fell in love with him and soon she had an affair with him, much to Billy’s chagrin. He attempted to kill her but failed because he was arrested.

What are the epic scenes?

The most epic scene was the explosion. It took place only a few weeks ago and was the climax of the movie. On Friday night just after dusk, Sidney had to walk along the river, which ran through Woodsboro, when all of a sudden she heard an explosion and saw that it was coming from a bridge area. Dewey and Gale showed up as well to see what happened and went over to look at what was going on. They found Sidney and took her back home where she told them about her past and how she became involved in it all. The film ended with Gale asking Sydney if they could meet again because they both had something else they need to discuss with each other.

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Would you recommend watching this?

I would not recommend it to you, because I do not think it is a great film. The reasons are that the camera angles and the quality of the film made me feel as if I was sort of watching a TV show. Thanks for reading!

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