On the night of a sleepover, a group of teenage girls venture out in a competitive game of challenging dares. As the antics escalate, and the dares become more extreme, the girls unravel the truth behind a former student's rumored suicide.

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Pascal Franchot
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Britt Robertson ... Chapin Wright (as Brittany Robertson)
Alexia Fast ... Eve
Scout Taylor-Compton ... Liza (as Scout Taylor Compton)
Janel Parrish ... Cicely Gerber
Emily Tennant ... Sarah Algrenn
Carly McKillip ... Nina (as Carly Mckillip)
Aubrey Mozino ... Mallory Silvers
Brett Davern ... Whisper
Jeffrey Ballard ... Clarke (as Jeff Ballard)
Richard Harmon ... Stephan
Nolan Gerard Funk ... Todd
Sefton Fincham Sefton Fincham ... Joe
Jesse Reid ... Vince
Sarah-Jane Redmond ... Valerie
Wanda Cannon ... Mrs. Narn
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The story follows a group of teenage girls on the night of a sleepover as they venture out, led by the ringleader Chapin, in a competitive game of challenging dares. As the antics escalate, and the dares become more extreme, the girls unravel the truth behind a former student's rumored suicide. Written by Anonymous

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Drama | Thriller

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Rated R for language, sexual content, and teen drug and alcohol use | See all certifications »

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Trivia

After stopping by Whispers house, the girls are driving in the car talking about crashing the party. Chapin says after Nina's dare. At this point Nina's dare has been completed. See more »

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Sarah is wearing blue underwear when she is running around naked. See more »

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Eve: You're Liza, right?
Liza: Left.
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Referenced in Half in the Bag: 2017 Movie Catch-up: Part 1 (2018) See more »

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Who's the Dopest
Written by Marcus Merriett
Performed by Final Chapter
Courtesy of Levy Music Publishing
Licensed by arrangement with Filmmakers Central
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I triple dog dare you to watch this movie...
24 February 2011 | by paul_haakonsenSee all my reviews

This movie was sort of interesting in a way, but at the same time there was just something wrong with it.

The story told in "Triple Dog" is simple and easy to follow; a group of girls get together for a sleep-over and play a dare game, where they have to perform outrageous things. Now, something puzzles me, why would these girls group together at all, there is a lot of disharmony and animosity between several of the girls, so it makes no sense really. I could understand why Even and Liza hung out, as their mom's planned for them to do so, but some of the others, well that made no sense. Why hang out with people who you can't stand.

Some of the dares in the movie were actually clever and had me laughing, but some of them were a bit too outrageous as well, and I wonder who in their right mind would actually do such things, even when dared.

Bear in mind that this is a teenage movie, so the cast is almost entirely all teenagers. That being said, I actually think some of them pulled off their roles quite well. Scout Taylor-Compton (playing Liza) were the most memorable of the cast, as her character was the one with most personality. I am sure that Brittany Robertson (playing Chapin) is a good actress, but wow I really got ticked off at the way her character was behaving and talking. Note that there is profanity in the movie several times, so you might take that into consideration if you are easily offended. Emily Tennant (playing Sarah) also did a rather good job with her role.

Having seen the movie, I am sitting here with a sense of "was this movie really necessary?". It seems like a fairly weak plot to make a movie on. But at the same time, the way the girls interact and behave amongst each other, makes it somewhat worth it. But don't except a blockbuster and award-winning movie from "Triple Dog". For me, this movie is the type of movie you watch once and never again, it just doesn't have enough value in it for a second watching.

If for nothing else, then it was worth seeing it when you saw the girls with their shaved heads. A woman shaving off her hair is courageous, so hats off for that.


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21 September 2010 (USA) See more »

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