Happy Death Day

2017

Action / Horror / Mystery / Thriller

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Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 71%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 66%
IMDb Rating 6.5 10 72460

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Israel Broussard as Carter Davis
Billy Slaughter as Dr. Winter
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by claudio_carvalho 7 / 10

Surprisingly Good

On the day of her birthday, the college student Tree Gelbman (Jessica Rothe) awakes in the male dormitory on the bed of Carter Davis (Israel Broussard). She learns that she was totally wasted in the previous night and she leaves Carter to meet her snobish Kappa friends. Then she despises Carter that brings her bracelet that was forgotten in his room; ignores the calls of her father that wants to have lunch with her; visits the office of her professor Gregory Butler (Charles Aitken), who is married and is having an affair with her; and despises her roommate Lori Spengler (Ruby Modine) that gives a cupcake to her. During the night, Tree goes to a party at the Sigma house but is murdered by a hooded masked man while crossing a tunnel. Out of the blue, Tree wakes up on her birthday day on the bed of Carter and relives the day, when she tries to find who might be the killer.

"Happy Death Day" is a surprisingly good film, with the combination of horror, romantic comedy, mystery and thriller genres. The most important is the humor and Jessica Rothe´s performance is great in the role of the cynical Tree Gelbman. There are jokes also with "Groundhog Day" and teenage slashers and campus movies that work very well. Her list of suspects is hilarious and the dark humor of the alternate ending is a plus of the DVD. My vote is seven.

Title (Brazil): "A Morte Te Dá Parabéns" ("The Death Gives Happy Birthday")

Reviewed by Harrison Tweed (Top Dawg) 9 / 10

Surprisingly better than I expected!

This type of movie has been done many times before and rarely succeeds, but this one was a hit for me!

Jessica Rothe's performance is what kept me interested... she nailed her character and was convincing and funny as well.

I don't want to give too much away, but the twists towards the end were a nice surprise and earned a few extra points from me.

It's classified as a Horror, Mystery, Thriller but it's also a comedy as I found myself laughing a bunch of times.

Certainly a must-see entertaining film produced and executed very well, much better than many other films in this genre.

It's a well deserved 9/10 from me.

Reviewed by Harold Boss 8 / 10

deeply flawed but still heaps of fun

There's a few obvious problems with this film:

Why are jocks having a public drinking contest at 9am on a Monday morning? Surely that isn't part of a normal college backdrop.

Why is the protagonist surprised to find herself late for the class? She checks her watch when she wakes up, and she knows it's after 9am. Why would she be surprised to find it is 9:20 a few minutes later?

Why do dozens of people come to her surprise party? Is she really that popular? She acts like a outsider and describes herself as a "bad person". It's hard to believe that she has that many friends.

Why is her lecturer apparently teaching chemistry, yet also acts as a college doctor and apparently runs x-rays and other scans on the protagonist?

These and other flaws in the backdrop make it hard to believe Tree is living in a regular world. These flaws are quite jarring and tend to derail the (very ambitious) concept of the recurring day.

Despite the flaws this is still a super fun movie.

The lead is in every scene and does an amazing job. She looks far too old to be a naive college student and she looks older than many of the other characters in the movie. However her on-screen presence is great and she's fun to watch.

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