- Director: Matt Bettinelli-Olpin, Tyler Gillett
- Writer: Guy Busick, Ryan Murphy
- Stars: Samara Weaving, Adam Brody, Mark O'Brien
- IMDb: tt7798634
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Yes, it is a horror. Yes, it is a comedy. Yes, it is a great watch.<br/><br/>I laughed a lot watching this movie. I also cringed a few times from the gorey horror. I didn't know much about it going in. I honestly couldn't pick how it would end which means I was interested the whole way through.<br/><br/>I liked all of the performances, especially those of Samara Weaving and Adam Brody. They had interesting characters. Andie MacDowell and Henry Czerny were great too. Everyone was. No one let the team down.<br/><br/>I really enjoyed this movie. I honestly don't understand all the 1 and 2 ratings. Even if you didn't like it, it doesn't deserve that low of a rating. It was just a really fun movie to watch. Give it a chance.
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To me this was one of the best horror experiences have I ever had! Very suspenseful and fun to watch throughout! Samara Weaving is masterful in the type genre and I absolutely love how there's dark comedy in a few parts. It's very important to note this is very gory no it's not a spoiler just a warning for the squeamish type; for the horror fans you're in for a wonderful treat! Also this really helped me feel better in a weird way - I have had a rough few days and I love morbid stuff. Seriously stop hating on my review this movie is awesome and I'm truly sorry if I said something wrong!
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Wow what a silly story i was shaking my head in disbelief all the way thru .... but gotta say it is an enjoyable romp and i loved the ending but i can see people really hating the whole film , just turn your brain off and enjoy the sillyness .....!!!!!
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Some say things go downhill after marriage but with Grace and Alex they get a particularly sinister turn. On the night of their marriage Grace is forced to pull a card from an ancient box - a heirloom of her new family. This is the game each new member of the family has to play to insure its future prosperity. Usually the game is harmless, but Grace pulls out "Hide and Seek", which means her in-laws are supposed to hunt her down and murder her before sunrise...
READY OR NOT Is a tongue in cheek horror movie, as satirical as it is terrifying. Playing with the concept of murderous in-laws it shows to what extreme one has to go through to belong to a new family. Samara Weaver fills the shoes of a fragile heroine who quickly learns survival skills in a labyrinthine gothic mansion, when like many newly weds she realises there's no happily ever after.
The film has a perfect pacing and a great cast, each of them with some memorable idiosyncrasies that make them very much alive. Adam Brody, a divided brother of the groom is a show stealer, and Andy MacDowell shines as the family matriarch and a reluctant killer. Her character's transformation in the film is the most interesting one.
The soundtrack by Bryan Tyler is incredible and is the heart and soul of the film. It also makes a great stand alone listen.
READY OR NOT has enough suspense murders and gore to satisfy a seasoned horror movie lover and its cleverness is what makes you talk after the credits finish rolling. The script may be very simple but this is also the case when simple means simply awesome.
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While the concept of The Most Dangerous Game involving a woman against her in-laws is somewhat original, the execution of this film is bad.
1. This is probably the most undeveloped main character I have ever seen. You learn almost nothing about her history or desires, which makes it really hard to care about her more than the fact she's being chased by murderers. Most of the characterization and time is spent with the family members, who are the villains, and almost all of them are pathetic.
2. The profanity in this film is over the top. The characters probably swear twice as much as a Tarantino film, and with a lot less creativity or impact. It would be funnier to hear the "blue-blood" family start swearing once things start getting so bad for them, but all of them are swearing left and right from the beginning of the film so there's no escalation that makes the profanity interesting.
3. The film teases out a class struggle at the very beginning, with the protagonist concerned about marrying into this upper crust family, but along with the swearing from #2 these family members really don't act very high class at all, the main character Grace has a posh accent that doesn't make her come off as lower class, so this plot/theme goes nowhere at all.
4. It looks like the filmmakers were trying to make this more realistic at times (but not consistently so), so the main protagonist has no special combat skills, ingenuity, or athletic ability. As a result, too many of her "successes" are pure luck or someone doing something stupid. As a result, this film pits the Unremarkable vs. the Unintelligent. This isn't that exciting.
5. There are really very few interesting set pieces, probably due to lack of imagination or funds. The action appears in short, boring bursts, and there's no visual wow factor. You get the feeling they didn't have much in the way of stunt coordinators.
6. A related problem is that you never get a good perspective of the mansion or grounds, and with characters wandering in and out of the plot at random, you never get a really good perspective of how difficult it would be to "seek" Grace. The film just meanders from room to room, and the tension of the hunt just dissipates as a result. I'm guessing they just didn't have the funds to acquire a good interior location for the set.