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Now Showing In Budapest: 'Happy Death Day'

16.11.2017
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Now Showing In Budapest: 'Happy Death Day'
"College student Tree Gelbman relives the day of her murder with both its unexceptional details and terrifying end until she discovers her killer's identity."


Movie type: Thriller - This is not a straightforward horror film as some might expect, but a dark comedy spin on a youth slasher movie that borrows the chief time loop conceit of Groundhog Day. There are no known names in the cast. While the film is rated PG-13, there are still some intense moments of violence, language, and some sexuality and suggestive humor that makes the film not for kids.

Director: Christopher Landon

Script: Christopher Landon, Scott Lobdell

Starring: Tree Gelbman - Jessica Rothe, Carter Davis - Israel Broussard

Length: 1 hr. 36 min.

Reated: PG -13

Reviews:

Berardinelli, Internet Critic: “Average - ... because Happy Death Day rewards lazy, inattentive viewing, it will probably do quite well with young audiences who prefer not to be challenged by unconventional narrative developments or plots that require introspection and analysis. This is yet another example of why chilling, thoughtful horror is an endangered species.”

Roger Ebert: “Average - ...it doesn't come together in a satisfying way like Scream or the other great meta movies that played with audience expectations. It's more of a "huh, ok’ than a ‘wow’ and actually borders on a "wait, that doesn't make sense.”

Slant Magazine: “Above Average - Happy Death Day twists the inherent repetitiveness of slashers to its advantage by exaggerating it to an impossible degree. There may be a lot of killing in Happy Death Day, but in the end, (almost) no one gets hurt.”

Source: cinemareview.com





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