What Happened to Monday
Synopsis: In a world where families are allowed only one child due to overpopulation, resourceful identical septuplets must avoid governmental execution and dangerous infighting while investigating the disappearance of one of their own.
I had very little hope for this movie starting out but right away the beginning sequence really hooked me and kept me intrigued from the jump. I wish it went more along the psychological thriller side of things rather than an action thriller. Overall from halfway through on, I’d say it went downhill a bit but I’d give it a 6.9
Movie Review: 6.9
It was predictable but I enjoyed the movie overall. I enjoyed it for the most part but I would not watch it again. The Boobs scene got it to a favorable score for me.
Movie Review: 6.5
What I enjoyed most about this movie was the twists and turns from the grandpa cutting off the finger of all of the girls because one smashed her own up in I believe a skateboarding accident to the girls growing into their own people as they age even though playing the same character outside of the apartment each day. Then you add in the backstabbing and government agency catching onto them and you’re in for a
Movie Review: 6.6
This was a classic futuristic movie where the world is controlled by high-level government overreach. Noomis Rapace did a stellar job portraying septuplets (7 kids) with their different personalities. There were multiple parts of the movie that left you squirmy with the brutality of the scene. They did a great job at avoiding filler content and kept the movie on track towards a wild twist of an ending. Sprinkle in the boob scene and you won’t be disappointed if you turn it on for a weeknight watch.
Movie Review: 6.3
Budhole Review Score: 6.58
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