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Happy Death Day (2017)


A college student relives the day of her murder over and over again as she tries to discover her killer's identity.

Happy Death Day (2017)

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Released Year: 2017
Runtime: 96 minutes
Writers: Scott Lobdell

Storyline


A college student relives the day of her murder over and over again as she tries to discover her killer's identity.

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Reviews


75
The Verge - Kaitlyn Tiffany
What’s lurking beneath the surface of this ruthlessly violent horror movie is a glimmer of gold. Happy Death Day is fun enough to be worth watching.
70
Variety - Owen Gleiberman
Happy Death Day is “Groundhog Day” dipped in blood, and if the movie isn’t all that clever, it’s just clever enough to get by.
70
Screen International - Sarah Ward
Thankfully never taking itself too seriously, the latest Jason Blum-produced comedy-thriller is happy to carve out its spot as the horror-themed, millennial-focused Groundhog Day, and to have fun doing so. A dynamic lead performance and a willingness to keep things short and snappy also ensure viewers won’t mind venturing into rehash territory.
65
TheWrap - Todd Gilchrist
Landon, who wrote four of the “Paranormal Activity” films, knows a lot about reverse engineering scary scenarios from mundane situations, but as with later installments of that series, he overcomplicates the logistics and mythology of the premise, aiming for something more raucous (and fun) in tone but lacking the intensity — or inevitability — to make its repetition feel truly chilling.
63
Slant Magazine - Keith Watson
Happy Death Day twists the inherent repetitiveness of slashers to its advantage by exaggerating it to an impossible degree.

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