Happy Death Day 2U

Happy Death Day 2U

  • Director: Christopher Landon
  • Writer: Christopher Landon,Scott Lobdell
  • Countries of origin: United States, Japan
  • Language: English, French
  • Release date: February 13, 2019
  • Aspect ratio: 2.35 : 1
  • Also known as: Happy Death Day 2
  • "Happy Death Day 2U" is a horror film jointly developed by Universal Pictures and Blumhouse, directed by Christopher Langdon and starring Jessica Rothe , Ruby Modine , Israel Broussard and Rachel Matthews .
    The film is a sequel to "Happy Death Day", telling the story of Terry returning to the day of repeated deaths, but this time she was threatened with death not just by herself, but by everyone.
    The film was released in North America on February 14, 2019   .


    • Release date February 13, 2019
    • Filming locations New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
    • Production companies Blumhouse Productions, Dentsu, Digital Riot Media

    Box office


    $9,000,000 (estimated)

    Gross US & Canada


    Opening weekend US & Canada


    Gross worldwide


    Movie reviews

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    • By Clark 2022-04-23 07:03:19

      Come on again~ Unnecessary money making sequel~~

      Putting parallel space-time and time loop together does not mean that it is very creative~

      This film can be said to have no surprises, the suspense is equal to zero, at least everyone will be curious about who the murderer is in the previous work, and this time I have no intention to deduce the identity of the murderer in the narrative.

      As for the scary part, the old terrier sound effects push to the end, even if you are scared, you don't feel anything.

      Next is spoiler...

    • By Carmel 2022-04-23 07:03:19

      "Happy Death Day": Let go of the past to embrace the future

      The first episode uses the theme of time and space reincarnation to combine elements such as suspense, murderer, YA, etc., and plays an unexpected new idea in the seemingly old story, which I like very much. In less than a year and a half, the sequel was released. Personally, I was actually quite surprised that this film would make a sequel. After all, the first episode has already explained the story almost, and I am afraid that it will be a dog-tailed sequel. When I went to the theater to...

    • By Letha 2022-04-23 07:03:19

      One Hundred Dollar Movie Review II - Death of a Scumbag


      Last year, in order to guess who the murderer of this movie was last year, the author and I made a bet with a few friends after watching the trailer, and we finally won $100. When the trailer for the sequel came out last December, a few of my friends who had lost money made a comeback to try and win the money back from me.

      This review contains serious spoilers.


      In fact, the information of the last murderer has been clearly stated in the notice,...

    • By Mackenzie 2022-04-23 07:03:19

      developed by parallel universes.

      The movie was so interesting, he discussed in depth the important issues I faced with the parallel universe hypothesis! Q: If you are particularly mourning in this parallel universe, such as without parents, life is tragic, and love is rough! Suddenly one day, you swap with yourself in another parallel universe. Another you, life is stable, career is successful, love is happy, parents are alive. Would you like to exchange with him?

      I posted this question in the circle of friends, and...

    • By Leanna 2022-04-23 07:03:19

      7.5/10 Too lazy to afford the title

      7.5/10 extends from the reincarnation setting of the first part to the parallel universe of the second part, in fact, it has completely turned from a horror film to a science fiction film. Among them, family affection (whether the heroine should accept her mother and the current time and space), love (whether the heroine should return to her own time and space to be with her original boyfriend), friendship (whether the heroine should stay in this time and space to accept it) The discussion...

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    • By Alisa 2022-04-24 07:01:16

      The strongest crazy white bitch in the universe (crying. Even more tears than the first...

    • By Krystal 2022-04-24 07:01:16

      Great movie for a date. Although I was terrified many...

    • By Mackenzie 2022-04-24 07:01:16

      First of all, it is definitely a sincere sequel, and does not blindly repeat the routine of the previous episode. However, there are too many bugs in this sci-fi plot, and it is not as good as keeping the mystery of the first one. In order to cooperate with the plot, there are many abrupt personality changes in the supporting characters. Also, how come everyone's looks have dropped so...

    • By Jaqueline 2022-04-24 07:01:16

      The brain hole can be, why is it forcibly provocative? I was procrastinating in the middle and wanted to sleep (the uncle next to me was already...

    • By Blanche 2022-04-24 07:01:16

      Explained the reason for the first cycle, which is rather nonsense. In the end, the three views are a bit ruined and become...

    Movie plot

    Terry’s technical freak classmate explained to her that the reason for the cycle is because the mysterious physical energy restarts time, thus forming a parallel universe. Now that there are parallel universes and multiple possibilities as the premise, Terry's continuous journey of death is re-given to meaning, she is experiencing a different life from the first one, or her past. After returning from the dead, she saw her mother who...
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    Movie quotes

    • [the Bayfield Baby masked murderer attacks Ryan and draws a knife. Before he can stab Ryan, Tree sneaks behind and knocks him unconscious]

      Carter Davis: Who is he?

      Tree Gelbman: Only one way to find out.

      [Tree approaches the murderer and removes the mask. She, Ryan and Carter gasp in disbelief: the murderer looks exactly like Ryan]

      Ryan Phan: What the fu...

      [they bring the second Ryan to the lab and tie him to a chair]

      Carter Davis: You sure you... you don't have a twin brother? Maybe you were separated at birth.

      Ryan Phan: [annoyed] Of course I'm sure.

      [Ryan touches slightly his replica's head. The second Ryan regains consciousness]

      Ryan Phan #2: [opens his eyes] Oh, shit.

      Ryan Phan: [firmly] "Oh, shit" is right. Who are you?

      Ryan Phan #2: Who you think I am, dummy?

      Carter Davis: It's you.

      Ryan PhanRyan Phan #2: [together] Duh...

    • [Tree, aware that she is stuck again in a time-loop but unaware that she is in a different dimension, enters her sorority house to confront Lori. As she climbs the stairs, she expects to hear Danielle calling her "You sneaky little bitch", as happened every day in the previous film, but it does not happen]

      Tree Gelbman: That's weird.

      Carter Davis: What?

      Tree Gelbman: She was supposed to be here.

      Carter Davis: Who?

      Tree Gelbman: Uh, never mind.

      [Tree, Carter and Ryan enter the room Tree shares with Lori. Lori sits at the desk, writing in a notebook]

      Lori Spengler: She finally rolls in...

      Tree Gelbman: [sharply] Where is it?

      Lori Spengler: Where's what? Oh, hey, Carter.

      Carter Davis: Hey.

      [Tree is confused that Lori and Carter know each other, but shrugs that off]

      Tree Gelbman: Where's the cupcake?

      Lori Spengler: What cupcake?

      Tree Gelbman: [sharply] The one you made for my birthday. The one you poisoned!

      [Lori has no idea what Tree is talking about]

      Lori Spengler: [rolls her eyes humorously] Oh, THAT cupcake.

      [Lori stands and packs her bag]

      Tree Gelbman: I'm serious.

      Lori Spengler: Look, I don't know what stupid joke Danielle put you up to, but there's no cupcake. Sorry. All right, I got to go. I'm pulling a double for Jen. She's got the flu.

      [Lori closes her bag and hangs it on her shoulder]

      Lori Spengler: Happy birthday, though. Toodles!

      [Lori leaves, without giving any cupcake to Tree. Tree is totally confused]

      Tree Gelbman: Something's wrong.

      Carter Davis: What?

      Tree Gelbman: I don't know. It's different.

      [Tree, Ryan and Carter sit at the cafeteria. Tree explains to them everything that happened in the first dimension]

    • [Tree, Ryan and Carter sit at the cafeteria. Tree explains to them everything that happened in the first dimension]

      Ryan Phan: There were two of me?

      Tree Gelbman: [impatiently] Yes! That is how this whole thing happened.

      Carter Davis: [smiles] You know, this kind of reminds me of "Back to the Future II".

      Ryan Phan: Totally. Mm-hmm.

      Carter Davis: Right?

      [Tree stares at them cluelessly]

      Carter Davis: You know, with Marty McFly?

      Ryan Phan: Doc?

      Carter Davis: The DeLorean?

      Tree Gelbman: Sorry.

      Carter Davis: [stunned] Are you serious? You've never seen "Back to the Future"?

      Tree Gelbman: No, I... how do you... wait. Oh, my God. Does this mean that...

      [Tree looks around fearfully, expecting to see another Tree]

      Tree Gelbman: ...does this mean that there are two of me?

      Ryan Phan: I highly doubt it. It's almost impossible to create a holographic universe. You're probably stuck in a quantum cyclic dimension.

      [Tree stares at Ryan cluelessly]

      Tree Gelbman: [impatiently] There's only one of you here, because the other you got knocked into a parallel dimension somewhere in the multiverse.

      Tree Gelbman: [sarcastically] Okay, Ryan. Thanks for clearing that up. That was super helpful.

      Ryan Phan: You never heard the multiverse theory?

      Tree Gelbman: Do I look like someone who knows what a multiverse is?

      Ryan Phan: Okay, look.

      [Ryan takes a napkin]

      Ryan Phan: This is our universe. Okay? Now, look.

      [Ryan folds the napkin several times]

      Ryan Phan: In theory, the universe has six dimensions. Now, if what you're saying is true...

      [Ryan drives his pen through the napkin]

      Ryan Phan: ...then maybe you woke up on the same day...

      [Ryan unfolds the napkin]

      Ryan Phan: ...but not in the same dimension. That would explain the anomalies.

      Tree Gelbman: So, how different are we talking here?

      Ryan Phan: Well, it depends...

      [Tree notices that Danielle approaches them]

      Tree Gelbman: Oh, shit. I forgot our house meeting. Danielle, I'm sorry. I just...

      Danielle Bouseman: [approaches Carter] Hey, babe.

      Carter Davis: You doing all right?

      [Tree gapes in disbelief and jealousy: Danielle and Carter kiss for a long moment]

      Danielle Bouseman: [smiles at Ryan] Hi, Ry.

      Ryan Phan: [smiles shyly] Hey, Danielle.

      [Tree is even more puzzled: in the original dimension, Danielle is snobbish and obnoxious, and wouldn't even look at people like Carter and Ryan. Tree concludes it is one of the differences between the dimensions: in the current dimension, Danielle is nice and friendly]

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