A team of narcotics detectives goes undercover in a fried chicken joint to stake out an organized crime gang. But things take an unexpected turn when the detectives' chicken recipe suddenly... See full summary »
Having survived the farcical but utterly life-threatening events in Happy Death Day (2017), the feisty sorority sister, Tree Gelbman, finds herself in the same college dorm, thankful to be alive. However, this time, it's Carter's roommate, Ryan, who claims that he is reliving the same paradoxical day over and over again, as a mysterious paranoid killer in a single-toothed baby-faced mask with a big kitchen knife has made a habit of murdering him. Under those circumstances, a valiant but vain attempt to face the challenge, once more, will send Tree back to square one, trapped in an all too familiar and blood-drenched time loop. How many deaths separate Tree from a truly happy birthday?Written by
Peter Jaymes Jr.'s officer victim character in the film, is the only newly introduced character in the film who has a death in the film, as newly introduced characters Dean Bronson, Dre Morgan and Samar Ghosh do not die at all in the film. See more »
Tree wakes up one morning and collapses due to her weakened state. She awakens in the hospital. But in the hospital, she's got a bright pink lip gloss on. There is literally no time for her to have put lip gloss on, as she woke up in Carter's bed, fainted, and woke up in the hospital. See more »
Not as great as the first film, but still pretty damn good and a clever sequel given the genre. What really makes it work though is the charming cast and the fact it picks up exactly where Happy Death Day left off.
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