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“Happy Death Day” scarier than anticipated

It might look like a typical, normal, cheesy horror movie at first, but Happy Death Day has surprised people with the level of horror it contains.

Most people love their birthdays; what would happen if someone could relive that day forever but had to die in order to do it?

Ree Gelbman is stuck in a paradoxical loop of her own death from a man in a mask who will continuously kill her, causing her to wake up and start the day over, only to die again. Gelbman is now on a mission to find her murderer, hoping that if she kills him, this brutal cycle will end.

The level of acting is astounding and the actors are completely realistic in their roles. While the story line is a little confusing, it is easy enough to keep up with and know what’s occurring in the scene.

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