Ready or Not
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- 43751 Central Station Drive, Ashburn, VA
- 9811 Washingtonian Ctr., Gaithersburg, MD
- 2150 Clarendon Blvd., Arlington, VA
- 3111 K Street N.W., Washington, DC
- 206 Swamp Fox Rd., Alexandria, VA
- 2700 Potomac Mills Circle, Woodbridge, VA
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Movie Info & Cast
- Samara Weaving
- Adam Brody
- Mark O'Brien
- Henry Czerny
- Andie MacDowell
- Melanie Scrofano
- Kristian Bruun
- Nicky Guadagni
- Elyse Levesque
- John Ralston
Did You Know?
- The film is set for a U.K release on the 27th of September.
- Early in the movie, before the Hide and Seek card was drawn, Aunt Helene walked in on the newlyweds and said something along the lines of, 'You're going to need to hide better than that. However, it is later said Aunt Helene felt Grace would have to hide because of history repeating itself.
- Grace: I can't believe that in half an hour I will be part of the Le Domas gaming dynasty, empire?
- Alex Le Domas: Uh, dominion, we prefer dominion.
Atom User Reviews
Went to see it because it had an interesting plot and Adam Brody. Happy to say his role was surprising and was a great performance. Underrated actor. Samara Weavering was a great lead. All around fantastic and I hope it hits big.
It had the annoying cliche moments of the heroine constantly leaving behind possible weapons, but it was still great. Original story with an unexpected, yet great twist. I was left laughing and covering a gaping mouth. Would recommend.
Ready or Not revels in expectations—it’s a survival thriller, dark comedy, gross-out revenge splatterfest—but rarely exceeds them, treading well through each genre signifier, as suspenseful and funny and violent as any one of us could hope.
Ready has a fine time with its setting (the trappings of old money are much more appealing here than they were in Netflix's Murder Mystery), and Weaving is sharp enough to play things straight as the ensemble around her goes for the occasional laugh.
Although directors Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett do a good job executing tense suspense sequences, neither the satire nor the setup is particularly convincing. What we’re left with is some nifty cinematic gamesmanship which is not as politically astute as it thinks it is.