seqlitsch’s review published on Letterboxd:
When David Arquette first looked at Courteney Cox getting her "bitch mode" on in Scream 2, his eyes read super-horny, and it was a great little moment. The two sure had a massive amount of chemistry by the time they shot this, and boy does it show.
This wasn't as good as the original Scream, but the supporting cast was definitely an upgrade. You get Timothy Olyphant, Laurie Metcalf, and Sarah Michelle Gellar in another badass, Buffy-style role very similar to her star turn in I Know What You Did Last Summer. This sequel also properly introduced the world to Liev Schreiber, and I think most of us are thankful for that, right? Randy's death is still one of the saddest moments in the history of movies and Rebecca Gayheart's character is sadly a non-entity, but hey – you win some, you lose some.
Also, I haven't seen any of Tori Spelling's reality shows, but what I have seen of her makes me think she has a very healthy sense of humor about herself, and I must say I appreciate that.