Those who haven't seen the movies being spoofed should skip Scary Movie 3 altogether. Those who can pick them out will laugh at some of the references, but will also have to sit through some painfully bad scenes and plotlines to get to them.
Martin Grove's box office analysis for the weekend of Nov. 15, 2002. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets 8 Mile The Santa Clause 2 The Ring Half Past Dead
SANTA MONICA, Calif., Feb. 13, 2000 -- Dimension Films' "Scream 3" made the weekend's biggest waves at the box office, holding on to first place despite 20th Century Fox's strong launch for Leonardo DiCaprio's "The Beach." "Scream 3" took a hefty second weekend drop but still sliced off an estimated $16.40 million (-53%) at 3,467 theaters (theater count unchanged, $4,730 per theater). Its total is approximately $57.1 million. In December 1997, "Scream 2's" second weekend gross of $13.9 million
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