Tragedy Girls (2017) is a English movie. Tyler MacIntyre has directed this movie. Brianna Hildebrand,Alexandra Shipp,Jack Quaid,Kevin Durand are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2017. Tragedy Girls (2017) is considered one of the best Comedy,Crime,Horror movie in India and around the world.
A twist on the slasher genre, following two death-obsessed teenage girls who use their online show about real-life tragedies to send their small mid-western town into a frenzy, and cement their legacy as modern horror legends.
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I only wanted to see this because I loved Brianna as Negasonic Teenage Warhead in 'Deadpool'. The few minutes there where she was a snarky, perma-texting little brat were hilarious and added to an awesome film. Now imagine a film where those few minutes are stretched to a full length film -but now there's two snarky, perma texting little brats. That's about it. Except they kill people with ridiculous ease (gigantic gym buff dude felled by two 100 pound children) and there's mind boggling things like, a murder in a fitness studio and another in a high school - both places where in 2017, there's CCTV EVERYWHERE (and metal detectors in quite a lot). But apparently not in this town. I'm not sure if you're meant to like the two leads or what. At one point, it looks as though one will be redeemed - save the day, admit her part, maybe do her time and move on with her life - but that notion ends abruptly. I kept waiting for there to be a point to it all, but there wasn't. It was just bleak, sad, annoying and an affront to the horror community. Also, all the god damn text and emoji pop ups on screen reminded me of 'Yoga Hosers' and that just made me even more irritated. Don't waste your time, man. 3/10 - the 3 is for Craig Robinson's nanosecond of a role.
"Tragedy Girls" is an odd and unpleasant movie. The characters are too repulsive to care about, but you could at least laugh at them, but the movie doesn't seem to want us to do that. Are we supposed to be impressed by them? Regard them as heroes? Hope for their downfall? What? The violence in the movie is so ridiculous and over-the-top that it definitely seems to fit the mold of a horror comedy. But there's no other comedy. The plot would have been an almost ideal set-up for a satire of today's social media obsessed youth, but the movie avoids any and all opportunities for social commentary. It keeps you at arm's length from its characters - which will probably be okay with you, honestly - but then at the end seems to expect you to care for them. You don't. Again, the ending would be quite bleak in a movie with a social conscience - but this movie has none, so it's more confusing than anything. The plot: two teenage girls have a blog called "Tragedy Girls" in which they report on local tragedies and are dying for likes. At the film's beginning, they set-up a poor (?) ugly teenage boy to meet his demise at the hands of a local slasher, and inexplicably take the slasher hostage. Apparently they have an empty warehouse somewhere all to themselves where they can detain serial killers and cut up bodies and nobody knows about it. They don't get many more likes from these escapades so they start killing people themselves. That is basically it. Aside from a few creative death scenes - which, admittedly, use the horror-comedy trope of bodies being about as fragile as wax figurines - there's nothing else in the movie, really. This is one of few films where the plot description on IMDB tells you everything that happens in the whole movie. Because it's a movie about two friends, of course there's an unnecessary diversion where they have a falling out and then make up, but that's about it. The movie, ultimately, left a bad taste in my mouth. A topic like this cries out for comedy, insight, satire, anything. I think the filmmakers just had no idea how to handle it; it's a social commentary story forced into a horror-comedy film.
Tragedy Girls tells the story of 2 teenagers obsessed with the social media, they start killing some people to make themselves famous and get more followers in the social media. I really love horror movies, this one has great points as the direction, the soundtrack, cinematography, the references to some horror movies,... However is ruined by the two crazy narcissists main characters, they're stupid and annoying girls, I really wanted to enter inside my screen and slap their faces because they were killing innocent people. I can say they are two of the worst and most hateful characters I've seen in a film. Even with the character problem, I enjoyed Tragedy Girls and I wished to see someone killing that stupid assassins, but the ending was just stupid, they killed everybody and they became heroes because the people in their town think they're the survivors to the high school massacre. I really hate movies where the evil wins, but in this case the evil didn't win, the stupidity won and also ruined a cool movie. This film gives the lesson that followers and likes on the social media are important and we should do everything to get famous even kill people. Damn, this is ridiculous. Rating: 3.5
The twisted teenagers Sadie Cunningham (Brianna Hildebrand) and McKayla Hooper (Alexandra Shipp) are best friends since they were children and they dream on committing crime spree. They capture the notorious serial-killer Lowell (Kevin Durand) to teach them how to kill their high-school mates and become their site famous. But when the sheriff´s son Jordan Welch (Jack Quaid) dates Sadie, the jealous McKayla asks Lowell to go with her to the prom. "Tragedy Girls" is an unfunny slasher that wannabe a black-humor comedy. But the result is terrible and does not work since the two lead actresses are not funny. The situations and dialogs are silly for a horror movie and stupid for a comedy. My vote is four. Title (Brazil): Not Available
It is film festival time once again so it is a great chance to check out smaller films like this on the big screen. This one is a twist on the slasher genre following two horror obsessed teenage girls who use their online blog about real-life murders to manipulate their way into the spotlight. It breathes life into the slasher genre and is also a great take on the dark side of social media. It has some inventive camera work that makes the most of its modest budget backed up with good performances all around. I feel a shades of Heathers (1988) and it certainly has a few nods to some classic slasher films. It is not the first film in recent years to put a new twist on slasher films with good results... The Final Girls (2015) and You're Next (2011) come to mind but I think this one is better than those and is sure to become a cult favourite in years to come. 7/10