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(103769) 6.5 96 min 2017

Happy Death Day is a movie starring Jessica Rothe, Israel Broussard, and Ruby Modine. 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.

Starring
Israel Broussard, Ruby Modine, Charles Aitken, Jessica Rothe
Genres
Horror, Thriller, Mystery
Director
Christopher Landon

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Horror, Thriller, Mystery
Director Christopher Landon
Writer Scott Lobdell
Stars Israel Broussard, Ruby Modine, Charles Aitken, Jessica Rothe
Country USA
Also Known As Všechno nejhorší, Happy Deathday, A Morte Te Dá Parabéns, Mirties diena, Śmierć nadejdzie dziś, Bonne fête encore, ハッピー・デス・デイ, Happî Desu Dei, Srecen smrtni dan, Zi de nastere mortala, Again, Srećan dan smrti, 忌日快樂, Happy Birthdead, Auguri per la tua morte, Boldog halálnapot!, Sinh Nhật Chết Chóc, Maz'al tov, Ölüm Günün Kutlu Olsun, Half to Death, Feliz día de tu muerte, Felíz día de tu muerte, Daudz laimes nāves dienā, Feliz Dia Para Morrer, Half To Death, Všetko najhoršie, Γενέθλια θανάτου
Runtime 1H 36M
Description After drunken partying the previous evening, university student Theresa "Tree" Gelbman wakes up on her birthday in the dorm room of her classmate Carter Davis. She ignores a phone call from her father David and dismisses Carter while leaving his room and throws away a birthday cupcake given to her by her sorority housemate Lori Spengler. Tree also meets with her married professor, Gregory Butler, with whom she is having an affair. That night, on her way to a party, Tree is lured into a tunnel and murdered by a figure wearing a mask of the campus mascot - a baby. Tree immediately wakes up in the same way she had previously - in Carter's bed - and is unnerved to find the previous day's events repeating themselves. Baffled, she nonetheless relives the day and uses this second chance to avoid the tunnel and reach the party. However, the masked killer follows her to the party and murders her again. Tree again wakes up in Carter's bed, realizes that she is in a time loop and barricades herself in her sorority house room to avoid death. The killer, however, is already hiding there and slays her a third time..

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Saturday, 04 Apr 2020 11:59

In the end, what we got is a story of the terror of a loved one in the grave who is in the midst of the greatest of all disasters. The news is just on the verge of a nuclear explosion in the Pacific Northwest. The US, in a last effort to protect its citizens, enacts a nuclear ban on the Russian Federation. The Russian population is given a few days to live and they must hide from the discovery. The US is now forced to act, and as a result, many of its citizens are doomed to die. This is just a quick synopsis of what happens. We have a lot of classic 60's horror movies like this one, Halloween and Night of the Living Dead. What is missing here is the modern horror movies. Horror movies were to be scary, and were supposed to make us feel nervous. But these movies have their own agenda, and this one has no agenda. I really don't see what the movie was supposed to be about. I don't see why these people would feel the need to die, and I really don't see what it's like to feel a sudden panic when there is an impending nuclear explosion in your backyard. The film is really confusing, and if you really want to know what's going on, then you will have to watch the whole film to understand it. It has a real goofy ending, where the survivors are forced to run away and hide. It's a lot of fun to watch, but it's also not very scary at all. I have a friend who is a professional actor and he is one of those people who are always watching movies like this to see how it's supposed to be. He likes to see how the actors react when they are scared. There are a lot of jokes in here, and I guess that's what a lot of people like, but it's really a lot of fun. But, I'm not sure what it's supposed to be about. And really, I don't think anyone would want to watch this film to understand it.
Saturday, 28 Mar 2020 23:33

That's right, I'm talking about John Carpenter's "Halloween." Although it's pretty obvious that the film doesn't have any connection to the original, it still holds a lot of value. Sure, it's no "Alien," but it's also no "The Thing," but it does hold a lot of value. It's the first film in the original series, and it starts with a woman and a child running from a killer, who is on a very popular, tourist trap, the Jungle, somewhere in Southern France. I don't think I need to explain the entire story. The woman and child escape to a farmhouse on the edge of the town where a neighbor, played by the always beautiful Vanessa Redgrave, is waiting for her, to be escorted back to her home. However, when they arrive, they are not what they expected. They have been taken prisoner by the creature, who is watching them from a hilltop, and begins killing the neighbors in the town. He doesn't seem like the kind of guy who would be the killer, and it doesn't take long before the whole town is under the attack. I will say that "Halloween" is very effective. I've always liked the theme of the film. I think it's great that the filmmaker took the idea of the children getting hurt by the monster and made it into a horror film. It's also great that he took the idea of the monster being like a drug and made it into a horror film. In addition to the movie being effective, I also like the ending. I don't know if it's a good or bad thing, but I just think that it's very well done. I think that the ending is a good way to end the film. It doesn't really explain anything, but I think that it's a good way to end the film. It's not a bad ending, but it's not an amazing one either. However, it is very effective. I also like the opening sequence of the film. I'm going to be very honest with you, I'm not a huge fan of the film's opening. I didn't think it was that good. However, when I first saw it, I liked it. Now, after I've seen it a couple more times, I like it much better. The first thing I like about it is that it's very inventive. The monster looks great, and the creature he uses is actually quite well done. He's able to throw people around a lot and make them look like they're dead. The creature also seems to have the strength of a


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