(2017) (Jessica Roth, Israel Broussard) (PG-13)
- QUICK TAKE:
- Horror: A college student tries to solve the mystery of her ending up reliving the exact same day over and over again where she ends up being murdered at the end each time.
- Tree Gelbman (JESSICA ROTHE) is a college student at a Louisiana university who's known as a promiscuous party girl. That lifestyle has resulted in her waking up in the dorm room of another student, Carter Davis (ISRAEL BROUSSARD), who she figures she must have drunkenly had sex with. Hung-over, she returns to her sorority house where she's confronted by the head of her sorority, Danielle (RACHEL MATTHEWS), and blows off the birthday wishes from her roommate, Lori (RUBY MODINE), before rushing off to class with her married professor, Gregory (CHARLES AITKEN), with whom she's having an affair. At the end of the day, while walking alone, she's confronted by a person wearing a mask fashioned after the school mascot and ends up murdered by them.
She then jolts awake in Carter's dorm room again, and is confused by all of the same meaningless events seemingly happening again in order. When she encounters the masked figure that night, she tries to get away but once again is murdered, only to wake up in Carter's dorm room yet another time. From that point on, and as that same day keeps repeating itself, Tree tries to figure out what's happening, who the killer is, and how to survive to the next day.
- WILL KIDS WANT TO SEE IT?
- If they're into horror films they probably will.
- WHY THE MPAA RATED IT: PG-13
- For violence/terror, crude sexual content, language, some drug material and partial nudity.
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