Truth or Dare

Truth or Dare


A game of Truth or Dare turns deadly when someone - or something - begins to punish those who tell a lie or refuse the dare.

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  • The director, Jeff Wadlow, has a puppyish eagerness to impress, shock and entertain and as silly as the film might get, it’s never dull. Full Review

  • The movie not only fails to represent the peak of the young Blumhouse shingle's output, but gets silly in ways that we've seen on screen for decades. Full Review

  • The movie isn’t scary, it isn’t gripping, it isn’t fun, and it isn’t fueled by any sort of clever compulsion. Full Review

  • My FitBit actually logged the experience as a 100-minute nap. Full Review

  • It does nothing to cleanse Mr. Wadlow of the lingering stench of his 2013 effort, "Kick-Ass 2." Even so, some setups can be unwittingly funny. Full Review

  • Truth or Dare is the kind of film that must have seemed like a good idea at the time, but its initially appealing premise - what if a demon possessed a drinking game? - quickly falls to pieces under its own self-generated confusions. Full Review