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A teenage girl, trying to enjoy her birthday, soon realizes that this is her final one. That is, if she can figure out who her killer is. She must relive that day, over and over again, dying in a different way each time. Can she solve her own murder?
An original ending featured Tree Gelbman murdered again thus entering another time loop, the test audience reaction to this ending was fury out of feedback of feeling betrayed that Jessica Rothe's protagonist could not after becoming a better person break free. The ending was conceived as a way of leading the viewer to believe it was never going to end. See more »
It's unique cause it feels like a Slasher film, but the slasher has only one victim. Her name is Tree, she's not the nicest chick at college and kinda deserves getting hit with a blunt object until her skull splits into two. So when it happens, you're like "good". Only problem is a freak electrical problem seem to give her the ability to relive her birthday over and over again, which means getting killed over and over again until she can figure out who hates her that much to do something violent about it.
It's a good movie simply for the fact that it's a bad one. The very fact that they point out that the film is the exact same plot as Groundhog Day (and the Netflix movie Naked with Marlon Wayans and the Tom Cruse movie Edge of Tomorrow which really reminds me of this flick), gives it the good excuse to be campy.
Happy Death Day goes for the complete fun factor, completely focus on the homage to horror films rather just being one.
Overall, it's entertaining. I recommend.
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