Happy Death Day 2U User Reviews

Current Rating: 4.10

Current Rating: 4.10

based on 42 votes and 11 reviews

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  • 5 stars I love this movie it is so interesting
  • 5 stars Really liked the first movie, love the second, it is even better than the first. They even set it up nicely for a 3rd movie. Hope they make it.
  • 4 stars I like the first movie better. This one was alright.
  • 5 stars Great sequel and if you haven’t seen the first one it will be like a mystery and a twist that goes on and on.
  • 5 stars Great sequel! If you didn’t see first movie it’s like reading a book starting in the middle, it’s going to make no sense. Great acting!
  • 1 stars very confusing very boring nearly fell asleep,did
  • 4 stars This is surprisingly good! I really liked it - and I'm a middle aged dude! It would help if you saw the first movie, which is also quite good! It's funny, has lots of twists, and has some decent dramatic, and suspenseful moments.
  • 5 stars Movie started as a slow uninteresting sequel, but quickly became an fast paced interesting continuation of the previous movie. Could watch the two together as a single movie. Brilliant.
  • 1 stars Was perhaps the most boring, worst movie I have ever seen, so boring I fell asleep in my seat and I"ve never, ever done that. DOn't waste one penny seeing this horrid farce of a movie.
  • 4 stars Good acting by a cast of mostly unknown actors. I loved the first Happy Death Day. This one was good but the time loop was a little confusing.It is worth seeing if you liked the first movie.

Happy Death Day 2U

Genre:  Horror, Thriller
Running Time:  100 min.
Release Date: February 13, 2019
DVD: May 14, 2019
Blu-ray: May 14, 2019
Digital: April 30, 2019

Current rating: Rating: 4.10
based on 42 votes and 11 reviews
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Cast: Jessica Rothe, Israel Broussard, Ruby Modine, Suraj Sharma, Charles Aitken