Would You Rather

Would You Rather

Desperate to help her ailing brother, a young woman agrees to compete in a deadly game of "Would You Rather," hosted by a sadistic aristocrat.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:93 minutes
  • Release:2012
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:murder,   suicide,   torture,  

A girl has to provide for her younger brother after the death of their parents. But everything seems to be more and more difficult till her brother suffers from a cancer and she is out of work. To have money, she decides to take part in a game. What will happen if the players are all poor and hopeless? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Kevin G (ag) wrote: Had put off seeing this one for a while now I can see why I was reluctant. Starts off decent but looses continuity quickly as it wanted to be much more than it had the ingredients to be.

Khaled H (es) wrote: (TM),(TM)(TM) there's no doubt that it's a smart movie and complicated scenario it hooked me up I admit it but it's missing the entertainment it's a dry film with no loyalty and i don't think I will chose to watch it again

Jim H (kr) wrote: In a snow-drenched town, mystery writer investigates the death of a woman whose life mirrors that of Marilyn Monroe.A mixture of Fargo and Twin Peaks, this film takes a long time to unfold; in fact there aren't any clues to the mystery until about forty minutes into the action. However, once the film picks up speed, it is quite compelling. Sophie Quinton plays Candice Lecoeur like the reincarnation of Marilyn Monroe that the script calls for: she's troubled and lonely and without an independent identity, but her grace and charm make her eminently desirable. By the end of the film, the tragedy of a woman who gets filled up with desires other than her own rings poignantly.The film's character development of David Rousseau is abysmal. What is his damage? What are his motivations? What about Candice connects to him? These questions are essential, but the film remains silent.Overall, at the end of the film, I like it enough to try to forget the beginning.

Joetaeb D (it) wrote: Beloved characters Jay and Silent bob finally get a chance to star in their own movie, Which Director and screenwriter Kevin Smith makes the most of with his typical high brow yet dialogue driven humor

James M (ca) wrote: Ridiculous, low budget 80's cheesy cult movie starring professional wrestler, Rowdy Roddy Piper.It's unbelievably silly, but incredibly enjoyable with some pretty decent effects for a B-movie.I loved this movie a lot more when I was a kid, but it's still good for a laugh or two, although it might have been better if John Carpenter directed it.

Isabelle P (de) wrote: le film fait cho aux "Damnes" de Visconti sans toutefois atteindre la meme intensit. Re(decouvrir) ce jardin vaut le detour. Limage y est superbe et Sanda et Berger beaux et enigmatiques.

Heather M (gb) wrote: You know, I think that, if I were a tribal warrior, I would wear something a bit more practical.

Art S (ag) wrote: It's ridiculous to see Steve Martin inserted into old films noir, playing against the likes of Alan Ladd, Humphrey Bogart, Ava Gardner, and Barbara Stanwyck - and that's the point. However, there aren't as many belly laughs as one would hope (although the "cleaning woman" bit makes a good plot device). Martin is a private dick and Rachel Ward is his client/love interest. The plot was sewn together by finding suitable clips from a dozen movies (The Killers, Double Indemnity, Lost Weekend, Notorious, etc.) and then fitting a story in between. It mostly works - or as they say in the production notes, it isn't as confusing as The Big Sleep (which isn't saying much). Everyone plays it straight, except for a streak of goofiness throughout (of course). Carl Reiner directs and plays a small part, but this was clearly a labor of love for him. He also assembled some veterans of the noir era: the soundtrack is by Miklos Rozsa and the costumes are by Edith Head. Classy, except it's not.

Mohammed A (de) wrote: It's good movie to watch