Happy Death Day


Horror / Mystery / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 71%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 66%
IMDb Rating 6.5 10 55119


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Israel Broussard as Carter Davis
Billy Slaughter as Dr. Winter
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708.01 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 36 min
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1hr 36 min
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Movie Reviews

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.

Reviewed by adonis98-743-186503 7 / 10

This was a suprising well done film..

A college student must relive the day of her murder over and over again, in a loop that will end only when she discovers her killer's identity. Happy Death Day is a mix between Halloween meets Edge of Tomorrow and as insane it might sound the film works for a big majority thanks to a well done mystery investigation thriller/comedy of who is killing our main character? Great special effects and 2 great perfomances from Jessica Rothe and Israel Broussard but also a well made script full of suprises, twists and above all a well made horror film. (7/10)

Reviewed by dustyt-11879 6 / 10

it couldnt make up its mind but it had good moments

If your overly critical of films, especially cliched half explained slashers, then this is not the film for you. yet if you can find enjoyment in movies simply because of a few well done moments out of the whole than this one is worth the watch. personally, i may only watch once or twice ever again, which isnt saying much for me, yet i did greatly enjoy a few of the scenes. the first 40 minutes or so felt like the cliched groundhog day/slasher film type you might expect from the description, yet a scene right about at the 40 min mark when i was ready to turn it off, promised a quirky self awareness and meta aspect to the movie i wasnt expecting to be revealed that far in. That feeling didnt develop as i wanted, though my attention was still grabbed, my prediction of the killer was still wrong, though it was a back up of mine, and not one of those that would be impossible to guess, which i enjoy in slashers since usually its someone never mentioned or is made to be unimaginable as the killer. however it wasnt a super fresh take, nor did the scenes in the movie have much cohesion as far as feel and many things were left unexplained, like why the heck was the boy leaning under his desk every morning!?!?!? shes looking for suspicious people the whole movie yet never asks him what hes doing!?! either way, despite the many problems and issues i had with the film, it something i dont regret watching, it made me laugh and smile at parts even if it made me upset at others. if your a fan of slahers and the horror genre, i recommend it, if your overly critical and only want films you view as "art" then i certainly recommend you avoid this movie.

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