What Happened to Monday

What Happened to Monday

In a world where families are limited to one child due to overpopulation, a set of identical septuplets must avoid being put to a long sleep by the government and dangerous infighting while investigating the disappearance of one of their own.

Set in a world where families are allowed only one child due to overpopulation, the movie tells the story of seven identical sisters living a hide-and-seek existence pursued by the Child Allocation Bureau. When one of them goes missing, the rest must investigate it while avoiding governmental execution and dangerous infighting. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


What Happened to Monday torrent reviews

Spencer G (mx) wrote: I imagine a lot of people will find this infuriating. Totally twisted yet utterly compelling. The best way to describe it, erm... Eternal Pigsty Of The Wormless Mind.

Cristhian M (de) wrote: Original, thrilling, and well developed.

Emanoel D (mx) wrote: Im not sure what to think about that movie a idea is very good the story too but there is something that miss . The movie show how a person can be forced by life to change his principles and his beliefs.The Director show us also how tough can be the life of change and how for a blink of an eye you can lose everything and start over .I think that's a movie which deserve to check

Samarth S (it) wrote: awesome... anurag kashyap is india's best...

sonya c (kr) wrote: prince charming-e koq welek yo

David F (fr) wrote: Standard-issue John Wayne WWII flick pushes all the patriotic buttons in this bombastic and compressed re-telling of several key events in the Philippines. While the action is rousing, the film suffers a bit when examined by a modern viewer, as do many of this era. Japanese are portrayed as stock villains, and Filipinos, while lauded by the American officers as great and tenacious fighters, are somewhat patronized - ready to fight for soda pop, hot dogs and baseball. Cultural and historical awkwardness aside, it's a stirring tribute to those who fought and died for those islands - several real-life veterans of Baatan and Leyte appear in the movie. Wayne is as solid and reliable as ever, relaxed and laconic, and while its great to see young Anthony Quinn helping him out, its a bit of a stretch to accept him as a Filipino. Added bonus - a much younger and thinner Lawrence Tierney has a brief cameo.

Eric P (gb) wrote: Sam Shepard gives a stellar go here an Old Butch Cassidy but other that that much of this Western is slow paced and much of the same old same old

Francisco L (nl) wrote: Jessica Chastain was really good in this movie, what is difficult when we are leading with such a lazy project by Ned Benson, that don't save to the spectator boring scenes, making the story boring at all never becoming interesting at any moment, and its predictable plot and lack of originality is so obvious that, I have to wonder where everyone had their heads when they wrote all the good reviews about the movie making its average being 63%. Furthermore the dialogue between the characters is horrible an ridiculous, and its a shame put a movie like this in the cinemas, and I really hope that my charismatic Jessica Chastain choose better her movies, because not me not anyone want to see her being buried before she be dead.

Anna B (es) wrote: Has some pretty clunky aspects, and the music threatened to ruin the whole mood (I guessed pretty quickly that the composer worked for Almodovar; what works in his movies is badly out of place in a chilly, restrained spy movie). But there's a lot to love here, from the slow but tense pace to the gorgeous camera, the stacked cast, the lack of hand-holding. I loved the way the plot was structured: there's an abundance of unexplained (to the audience) details that you have to scramble to keep up with, but the singular driving plot device (which the film almost treats, amusingly, as a MacGuffin) remains clear from beginning to end, so you're never confused about character motivations or goals. It's quite beautiful.

Brian B (nl) wrote: Not bad as I thought.