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The story follows a group of popular high school teenage girls on the night of a sleepover as they venture out, led by the ringleader Chapin (Brittany Robertson), in a competitive game of challenging dares called triple dog. As the antics escalate, and the dares become more extreme, the girls unravel the truth behind a former student's rumored suicide. As the game becomes more difficult, will the ultimate dare be deadly? The bonus materials include deleted scenes, behind-the-scenes interviews and a photo gallery.

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Product Details

  • Actors: Britt Robertson, Scout Taylor-Compton, Alexia Fast, Janel Parrish, Brett Davern
  • Directors: Pascal Franchot
  • Writers: Barbara Marshall
  • Producers: Pascal Franchot, Jack Nasser, Dureyshevar, R.D. Robb, Thomas L. Carter
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, Dolby, NTSC, Surround Sound, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    R
    Restricted
  • Studio: Well Go USA
  • DVD Release Date: September 21, 2010
  • Run Time: 92 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (41 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003TVTS7I
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #132,594 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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I hope this review doesn't damage my review credibility. I'm avid Movie Collector and collect all styles of movies, I some how came across the lone 5 star review on Amazon, went to Youtube checked out the trailer and was sold. There aren't many reviews online for triple-dog so I wanted to give this little gem Its due. I own a few cheesy quality Movies that flew under the radar that some men wouldn't want to be caught watching, (16 WISHES, WISH APON A STAR, READ IT AND WEEP) all made for Disney Channel Movies, but triple-dog has enough edge and fresh ideas that I can see grown men hiding this under there collection of Action Movies. I don't think it fair to judge this movie with Oscar level movies, like American Beauty, Slum Dog Millionaire, Titanic, its just too different, but if compared to modern teen or tween Movies I'll stand by the 5 star review.

This is a surprising rated R movie, I say 13+ is o.k, teens would see more Sexuality and Vulgarity in a episode of Jersey Shore than triple-dog, the prevailing question is what really happened to the girl that jumped from the bridge ? and what does Chapin "skater girl with edge" have to do with it ?, who will get there head shaved ?, who will win the game of triple-dog ?, If you buy this movie for your teens,"Mom and Dad can be Cool for at least one night". A really good job by Brittany Roberts as the lead Chapin, a quality supporting casts, some amusing dares and it all will pay off in the end. "Really good Teen Drama for adults too".
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This turned out to be wayyy better than I expected .. Kind of like a "truth or dare" (minus the truth) that almost goes very wrong. The triple dog dares made by the girls are fun & exciting. Very much what you would expect from girls in that age group. Characters like the ring leader Chapin really stand out. Peer pressure seems to be the main theme that is examined throughout the movie. A good watch.
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This is a coming of age/mystery film, with an unpredictable ending. The bad girl is absurd, and would never have been tolerated by a group of teen girls for real. Emily Tennant is a very pretty girl and I would like to see her in other roles to see what she can do. Curiously, the girl with the most screen presence, in my opinion, is Julia Maxwell, who appears briefly as Staci St Clair who played the part of the girl who supposedly committed suicide by jumping off a bridge. I'd like to see more of her on screen as well. This film passes because of the surprise ending.
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a well written teen movie ( brainless as most teen's are) but that's to be expected. Great acting though especially by Britt Robertson, I've become quite the fan over the coarse of watching several movies she has starred in. if you really want to see Britt shine, check out -(the first time)-. Britt and Dylan O'Brien (the maze runner) are electric together.
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This movie was not very good. It wanted to be a suspenseful melodrama, but it lacked real suspense and wasn't dramatic enough. But I bought it for eye candy purposes and it delivered on that front. The leading ladies all do a good job and boy are they easy on the eyes. No nudity except for a butt double, so don't buy it for those reasons. Overall, this felt like a very well done made-for-The CW film.
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The storyline and plot are very intricate and well thought out. The alleged main character turns out to be nothing but a secondary character and basically it goes on from there. A simple birthday celebration turns into a game of truth or dare for 5 teen girls. As the dares get edgier and edgier, they soon find out the real reason behind a former student's death. That's all I can say about the plot without spoiling it for ya. I definitely recommend you pick this up if nothing just to laugh at all the faux pas. It's well priced and it's definitely got a special spot in my library.
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Upon first viewing this film appears as simply another teen angst\sex comedy, just a carbon copy of the hundreds of such films that have been ground out in the decades since World War II. Upon further review, however, this film emerges as a quite serious study of bullying and peer pressure among teenage girls. The coming together of the girls at the slumber party creates an almost tribal group dynamic that is well-known to psychologists, sociologists and educators. As has often been noted, teenage girls engage in bullying not so much by physical intimidation and violence, yet rather via establishing cliques, pecking orders and manipulating friendships. This film clearly demonstrates these mechanics of bullying among teenage girls. Once the group dynamic and pack leader status of the Chapin character is established, such creates the atmosphere that causes the girls to engage in increasingly risky dares owing the bullying of the pack leader and communal peer pressure. This film demonstrates in an excellent manner how each of the girls were caught up in the communal peer dynamic, driving them to engage in acts that each of them would have never engaged in individually. The film also indirectly demonstrates the chain reaction the communal peer dynamic creates; while the first dares are not that serious, such leads to an communal peer escalation until by the end of the film the girls are engaging in extremely dangerous stunts. The film as well demonstrates how the underlying guilt and feelings of worthlessness on the part of the Chapin character lead to her establishing herself as pack leader and to her bullying of the other girls. This film is an excellent study of teenage psychology and actually a very good warning of how tragedies can result from bullying and peer pressure.Read more ›
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