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Would You Rather 2013 NR CC

The sadistic host of a party forces his guests to turn on each other and play a lethal game of 'Would You Rather.'

Starring:
Brittany Snow, Jeffrey Combs
Runtime:
1 hour, 33 minutes

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Genres Horror
Director David Guy Levy
Starring Brittany Snow, Jeffrey Combs
Supporting actors Jonny Coyne, Lawrence Gilliard Jr., Enver Gjokaj, Sasha Grey, John Heard, Charlie Hofheimer, Eddie Steeples, June Squibb, Robin Lord Taylor, Robb Wells, Logan Miller, Larry Cedar, Ptolemy Slocum, Bobby C. King, Adam Mayfield, Brian Nemiroff
Studio IFC Films
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
Captions and subtitles English Details
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I know this is by no means a perfect movie, but I truly loved it. Jeffrey Combs performance was fantastic and I really liked the story. There were really no surprises, but the casting and the dialog kept the movie interesting for me. The "choices" idea that runs through the movie caused for a lot of tension, but I feel that it could have been exploited a bit more. Most of the gore in this film is what plays in your head, because most of those shots cut-away. I found this very effective and was tense through most of the movie. I do want to say I feel a little guilty in liking this so much because there is a definite cruelty to the violence. Having said that, I felt that it was a compelling, tense, film that managed to entertain. I'm already wishing there was a sequel.
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Well, Would You Rather was one of the most discomforting movies I've had the pleasure of seeing.
I have watched intensely gory movies, films with the express purpose of disgusting the viewer or making them physically ill, and essentially every horror flick I could get my hands on from a young age on...but this movie was deeply unsettling.
At its core, it's a story of human nature and kin selection, forcing the viewer to question just how far we might go for those we love...but it's so much more than that too.
The cast was fantastic. Jeffrey Combs is fantastic in his role as the sadistic (presumable) billionaire hosting the events of the evening, but I have always loved Combs as an actor. Brittany Snow is heartbreaking as the protagonist, desperate to do whatever it takes to save her dying brother. Seeing Robb Wells in a role outside of Trailer Park Boys was satisfying, as was seeing Robin Lord Taylor outside of his role as Penguin on Gotham. Sasha Grey continues to show that she has made a successful transition from adult movies, though her role in this movie was a fairly small one, and far from sympathetic.
I doubt I'll watch this movie a second time, not because it was bad, but because it will stick with me well enough that I don't need to witness it again...but I am quite glad that I did finally watch it.
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Iris (Brittany Snow) has a brother who needs a bone marrow transplant. The creepy Shepard Lambrick (Jeffrey Combs) offers to pay for it if she wins a game of a sadistic "would you rather," one that we quickly discover is played to the death. 8 people are assembled in a dining room and forced at gun point. Since Iris is the only person we know anything about, everyone but Scooby-Doo can figure this one out.

Amy, played by porn star Sasha Grey, is an aggressive player who immediately plays to win. Shepard has an obnoxious son (Robin Taylor) who insults the players.

There is a fairly decent intensity factor with this film, but it really doesn't stimulate the grey matter. The whole set up is rather inane. If you like the "ten little Indians" style movies with slasher elements, this one is satisfactory as long as you keep your expectations low. Perhaps 5 stars on a Red Box rental scale.

If you liked this film you might also like "Truth or Die" which I thought was superior.

Parental Guide: F-bomb, no sex or nudity. Attempted rape. Not an abundance of violence to women considering the plot.
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Few movies today are brave enough to address social issues from anything other than a propagandist position. Of course, they do this because our government actually awards money to those willing to be it's mouthpiece. It's an interesting fact worth looking into, to be sure. What this leaves us with though, is very little art or cinema that actually addresses the reality of most people's lives without patronizing or proselytizing to them. Independent films like Would You Rather, therefore, are on a whole other level than your typical, toothless Hollywood fare. There are few big-name actors (save Sasha Grey, Jeff combs and John Heard). Therefore, most audiences that seek the familiarity of their favorite personalities will be disappointed. Those actually looking for thought-provoking storyline and decent acting however, may be pleasantly surprised. The film's protagonist, played by newcomer Britney Snow, is a woman named Iris who happens to be in the difficult position of having to look after her cancer-stricken brother. Left somewhat over-awed by the other main character, Shepard Lambrick's offer to alleviate all her difficulties through a very strange and somewhat ominous invitation to dinner, naturally she accepts (no spoilers here). What ensues from herein however, is a truly interesting, complex and frequently uncomfortable look at the nature of human impulse. It is this, I believe, in addition to the lack of "star-power" that is probably most accountable for the film's poor reception. Being forced to look at ourselves with such raw and unflinching honesty isn't really what sells, these days. There are no feel-good platitudes in Would You Rather. Only barren glimpses of a desolate landscape of the state of human compassion as it stands in today's America.Read more ›
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Forget the mainstream critics reviews.This movie will mostly be enjoyable to horror fans. Not to bash the critics, but don't they read the movie description before watching, like: "She arrives to find herself ... forced to play a sadistic game of Would You Rather, where only the winner will get out alive." That line should either turn them off completely, or at least force them to review it from a fan's perspective.

The movie has a great premise AND original story with fine acting to boot (rare in a B-movie). Budget limits are effectively managed so that you barely notice the low budget impact. In fact, because some of the more horrific scenes are not shown they are more cringe-worthy as your mind gets to fill in the details.

But the standout is Jeffrey Combs of Reanimator/From Beyond fame that plays the host of the WORST DINNER PARTY GAME EVER! He balances his sociopathic morality with a genteel propriety that makes his character stand out from the disposable extras.

The twist ending is predictable and you wish the more dastardly character deaths were more horrific, but overall it is a very entertaining horror flick. The late, excellent Roger Ebert, would hate this movie, but I would never use his review for a horror movie. The average soul just wants to be entertained, and this flick, if you can handle a razor blade near the eye, does just that.
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