Happy Death Day is about a college student (Jessica Rothe) reliving the day of her murder with both its unexceptional details and terrifying end until she discovers her killer's identity.
Review: Another movie I wasn't really expecting to be decent and that really had no interest in. But since the reviews were decent, my girlfriend and I just got moviepass, and we were also very bored, we gave it a shot. And it was actually worth it! The film didn't take itself too seriously allowing for a fun and thrilling time. Another plus, was that it wasn't too scary as both of us aren't really into horror films and it ended up having some decently funny moments. It had a twist that is somewhat predictable, but they throw misdirects at you throughout the film to turn you off course. Last, you might be seeing the leading lady, Jessica Rothe, a lot more as she delivers an exciting leading performance. It's not going to reinvent the genre, but not every movie needs to. Though it does give you and your girlfriend a fun time at the movies.
Bottom Line: A pretty fun date movie.
Similar Films: Groundhog Day, Final Destination
road to 52
I'm a guy that really loves movies and I've set a goal to try and see 52 different films in a year. I've decided to share that journey and my 100% correct opinion on the films I see with the couple people who might read this.
This Year - 49 (59 With Repeats)
2014 - 50 (61 With Repeats)
2015 - 51 (62 With Repeats)
2016 - 50 (58 With Repeats)
*Also, fun fact, I am not a writer nor do I strive to be one. There will be garmmatical errors in this blog :).
2017 top 10 (So far...)
1. Blade Runner 2049
3. Baby Driver
4. War of The Planet of The Apes
6. Wonder Woman
7. Guardians Vol. 2
8. Thor Ragnarok
9. Spider-Man Homecoming
10. Get Out
I don't think giving one score to a film is fair. There's a lot of aspects that go into making a film. Some are made as an art form trying to convey a message, others are simply entertainment, and some attempt to be both, So I want to answer the main questions that any kind of filmgoer would want to hear in a friendly conversation. My reviews are meant to be simple, quick, and very informal :).