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Happy Death Day 4K 2017 Ultra HD 2160p

Happy Death Day 4K 2017 Ultra HD 2160p
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Country: USA
Time: 96 min
IMDB: 6.6
Director: Christopher Landon
Actors: Jessica Rothe, Israel Broussard, Ruby Modine, Charles Aitken, Laura Clifton, Jason Bayle, Rob Mello, Rachel Matthews, Ramsey Anderson, Brady Lewis, Phi Vu, Tenea Intriago, Blaine Kern III, Cariella Smith, Jimmy Gonzales, Billy Slaughter, Donna Duplantier, GiGi Erneta.

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Happy Death Day 4K 2017 Ultra HD 2160p
Everyone at the university dreamed of going to her birthday party, but the holiday was hopelessly spoiled by a stranger in a mask that killed the birthday girl. However, fate has presented the birthday girl a chilling gift - an infinite supply of lives. And now the girl has a chance to find her killer, because this day will happen again and again.

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College student Tri Gembman wakes up in her dorm room at her boyfriend's to the accompaniment of a ringtone reminiscent of her birthday - struggling to remember the events of the previous evening, she pulls on her clothes and leaves the men's campus. Her so-called road of shame winds past an activist collecting signatures for another planetary salvation, a lawn irrigation system that unexpectedly turned on and a couple in love collapsed on it, a car with an alarm going off, a group of seniors bullying first-year students, and other less significant events. When she gets to her sorority mansion, she runs into a couple of friends she doesn't really want to see, and slips into her room. Her roommate hands her a birthday muffin, after which Tri runs off to class. Several amusing episodes fill her day until the evening, where a maniac wearing a mask of a one-toothed toddler with big eyes and rosy cheeks-the mascot of the local sports team-kills her with a stab. But this is where the story only begins, as Tri wakes up again in her dorm room at her boyfriend's to the sound of a ringtone reminding her of her birthday, and the whole day repeats itself until her next death. Panic and despair gradually develop into a determination to find the killer before she is killed again.

The screenwriters cleverly scatter details throughout the film and focus on them with ease, confident that the viewer is aware of the synopsis. In fact, the splash page, where the creators set the audience in the right frame of mind, states it all. But the main joke is that even if the movie is positioned as a horror, or rather a thriller about a maniac, in fact it turns out to be a pure black comedy. They packed too much humor into the movie and the scary scenes are diluted with frankly funny episodes. That's not to say the story is complex and complex, but there are still a few curious details. The first couple of days the scriptwriters lay out the balance of power and outline a sort of list of suspects - they accumulate enough to disperse the viewer's attention and provide loopholes for the masked maniac to appear. The dialogues are creatively written and the authors make a good mockery of both the student pore in general and the concept of sisterhood in particular. The heroine's actions cannot even be called inadequate, because she acts all the time to the best of her ability, so the logical inconsistencies are kept to a minimum so that they can not be noticed at all. And that's to the film's credit!

Director Christopher Landon ('Dirty Wet Money,' 'Paranoia') isn't afraid to experiment and every subsequent iteration of the time loop he even shoots differently. He changes the setting, the locations, the characters, but still carefully counts down the key events. The camera work also conveys the gradually changing emotional and physical state of the heroine, so watching events unfold is not boring at all! The key thing about movies about maniacs is to begin to guess at the beginning who the main villain is, and the film gives a lot of suspects, which it then successfully crosses off itself. But since this is neither a full-blooded horror film nor a full-blooded thriller about maniacs, guessing becomes a thankless task. My advice to you is to sit back and enjoy the proceedings as they are - the authors will do everything themselves, present a couple of surprises and reveal all the cards.

The flesh and blood of this film is Jessica Roth ('Gossip Girl,' 'Chicago Police'), who played the lead character Tri Gelbman. She had enough ingenuity to develop her character and make her a truly versatile person. She is a mix of positive and negative traits and successfully balances between them. In a short hour and a half, she gives off the widest range of emotions and you feel like you're on a roller coaster. From bashful irritation to haughty superiority, from intense consternation to panicked fear, from sorrowful melancholy to genuine interest, and on and on to infinity. The script throws the heroine out of the fire and into the abyss, and Jessica adjusts without even blinking an eye.

Israel Broussard ('The Good Kids', 'The Elite Society') as Carter Davies tries to keep up, but he has considerably less screen time. A sort of supporting character who gradually moves to the forefront and even influences the plot. At the same time, the screenwriters killed two birds with a light stroke of their pen, justifying his adequate perception of the story of the day repeating over and over again and leaving an Easter egg for the fans of 'Groundhog Day'.

The authors love 'Groundhog Day' and are not shy about admitting it. In doing so, they neatly bypass all the frustration stages that Phil Connors experienced and bring a few fresh elements to the tried and tested scheme, such as, for example, the heroine feels worse each time, so it is logical that she wants to end this nightmare as soon as possible. That's why the authors didn't chase the number of looped days. Phil Connors, mind you, spent about 34 years in February 2. Three Gelbmans managed much faster. And she uses her time much more inventively and does not mind playing around, since she is such a drunkard. The authors managed not to spoil the 'perfect day' concept that fits the narrative so well that you want to applaud it.

The soundtrack turned out to be passé to put it mildly - clichéd patter in the tense moments sounds too monotonous and unrememberable, barely coping with the assigned task. All the ingenuity went into the script, but intelligently selected melodies have failed. As a result, the music here rather fills the pauses, rather than supporting the atmosphere.

But the film gives the best shot - neat camera moves, snatching a lot of details, close-ups to create the claustrophobic effect and increasing shaking of the camera to convey the emotional instability. The bright and juicy colors are a great contrast to the night scenes, so it's really enjoyable to watch.

'Happy Death Day' is the kind of upbeat black comedy that successfully pretends to be a horror flick! For the first half of the movie, it even succeeds. But then the picture breaks into ha-ha and she can not stop until the credits. At the same time in the film there are enough touching moments, and the authors ride the viewer on emotion, like on a roller coaster. The heroine spends the repetitive day extremely inventive, and Jessica Roth pulls the whole movie off without much trouble. Watching her transformations is not boring at all. On the downside, there is an uninventive soundtrack which lacks drive and the final dialogue with the villain which is utterly banal and unconvincing. Otherwise, this movie is really worth watching!

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movie BDRemux Video
Codec: HEVC / H.265 (85.0 Mb/s)
Resolution: Native 4K (2160p)
HDR: HDR10
Aspect ratio: 2.39:1
Original aspect ratio: 2.39:1

Audio
English: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 (48kHz, 24-bit)
English: DTS-HD Master Audio 2.0 (48kHz, 24-bit)
English: Dolby Digital 5.1
English: Dolby Digital 2.0

Subtitles
English SDH.

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