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Watch Now. Stream On. Critic Reviews. Kim Newman Jul 31, Read full review. Randy Cordova Jul 13, Alex Welch Jul 13, Wish Upon is the successor to the Final Destination franchise that no one asked for.
Sandie Angulo Chen Jul 13, Wish Upon is another one of those movies that would be memorable if it were a lot better or a lot worse.
Tom Seymour Jul 14, Wish Upon claims to be based on the classic supernatural short story "The Monkey's Paw. Leonetti worked as a cinematographer.
You'll be wishing you were watching any of those other films. IndieWire Eric Kohn Jul 13, User Score. Write a Review.
User Reviews. It was such a fun film to watch, although not scary it was tense and comedic in just the right places. It's the perfect mix between final destination and mean girls.
It' a horrible horror movie, but it's the funniest film I've seen all year. If you like so bad it's funny movies like troll 2 or the room, you should watch this.
Acacia Jul 21, This is NOT a bad movie! I went with a friend and we both enjoyed it. It is definitely not a scary movie, but it does have a good story and it certainly kept our attention throughout.
Someone else said it is kind of like a "Mean Girls" movie and that is partially true. It is definitely a This is NOT a bad movie!
It is definitely a teen movie. All the main characters are in high school and it covers all the aspects of high school drama you can name.
But, the basic story is interesting and we enjoyed the actors. Do not leave once the credits start rolling!
There is a little more to the story along with the credits. Everyone else had left the theater and we were the only ones who were still there when this little tidbit came on.
Perhaps they are setting up for a Wish Upon 2. Ryan reveals that after the seventh wish is granted, the music box will claim the soul of the owner.
Attempts to destroy the box are unsuccessful. Furthermore, because June, a friend, has stolen the box, Clare loses her popularity and everything else she wished for.
Clare recovers the box, but June is injured after falling down a staircase. Nevertheless, Clare's sixth wish is that her mother never committed suicide.
Clare's mom knocks on her bedroom door along with two younger sisters. Clare later rummages through her mom's paintings and sees a picture of the music box.
She concludes that her mom was one of the previous owners of the music box and that it must have led to her original suicide.
When Clare realizes her dad pays the price for the sixth wish, Clare's seventh wish is to go back to the day her father found the box, erasing all that has happened.
This allows her to find the box before her dad does, she then asks Ryan to bury the box. Clare believes all is well, but she is killed when Darcie accidentally hits her with her car, in order to pay the final blood price.
The music box can be heard after Clare's death, indicating that the seventh wish to reverse time would be balanced by her own death and that the music box had indeed claimed her soul in the end.
In a mid-credits scene, Ryan prepares to bury the music box, but becomes intrigued by the inscription about the seven wishes and decides against burying the box, hence starting the vicious death cycle that Clare went through again.
Director John R. Leonetti summarized Wish Upon as different from similar " The Monkey's Paw "-esque stories for the depth of the character Clare, particularly her tough childhood and the inability to stop using the music box even as she realizes what it really does.
The film is loosely based on W. Jacobs' short story The Monkey's Paw. The film's screenplay was voted to the Black List.
Afterward, producer Sherryl Clark sent a draft of the script to John R. Leonetti ; he explained that while he did enjoy the script, "I didn't completely jump on at first because I had other things going on.
A sequence where Carl almost gets hit by a truck, which referenced Billy Hitchcock's death in Final Destination , was removed as the filmmakers ultimately didn't want to make a Final Destination -esque product.
The film's teaser trailer was released on February 9, Broad Green Pictures granted seven fan wishes submitted via the film's official website.
The site's critical consensus reads, " Wish Upon is neither scary nor original, but its fundamental flaws as a horror movie may make it destination viewing for after-midnight camp genre enthusiasts.
Andrew Barker of Variety wrote: "By any normal standards, teen horror flick Wish Upon is a pretty bad movie.
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September 25, Rating: 2. July 13, Rating: 7. July 13, Rating: C- Full Review…. May 12, Full Review…. October 10, Rating: 7.
View All Critic Reviews Jul 19, So, lately, apparently, it has become sort of a tradition that I follow up a very good or good movie with one that's, eh, not so good.
That tradition continues here with Wish Upon following up Raw. Yes, this is a concept that is played out in all forms of media. I grew up watching, and loving, The Fairly Oddparents, so for this movie to not follow canon with that show is disappointing.
Seriously though, it's a boring and repetitive concept, to be sure, but that doesn't mean that you can't tell a relatively interesting story out of it.
Because it's a movie that, in my opinion, is made so you can ask yourself exactly what you would do if you knew you had seven wishes to make that, ultimately, requires a blood price for those wishes to come into fruition.
What would you do? Would you keep making wishes even knowing what you know about the music box in question? While it is a played out concept, again, there was still potential for this to be somewhat interesting.
What a shame, however, that we got a bad movie in exchange. First things first, I guess, Clare's mother used to own the music box. She throws away the music box and, ultimately, kills herself immediately after.
Clare finds her mother as she is hanging so, naturally, she has issues with the lack of closure due to her mother's actions. Her dad, while going dumpster diving, finds the same exact music box that Clare's mother threw away years ago.
So, right from the start, we're into idiotic territory right here. Perhaps not idiotic, but it's so utterly convenient that Clare's father, while dumpster diving, found this same music box that led his wife to kill herself and, ultimately, scar her daughter for life.
It was difficult for me to get into that part of the film, but that's neither here nor there, of course.
Clare's father eventually gives her the music box and she starts to make wishes. Blah, blah blah. These all start 'simply' enough.
I put that in quotation marks because Clare wishes that her bully this mean girl type would just rot, which, inevitably, starts to happen. This girl's face and foot starts to rot away.
Secondly, I think, she wishes for her crush to be madly in love with her. This isn't really all that important, but shouldn't these wishes have escalated?
Like maybe she starts with the simple shit first and then her wishes get progressively worse. I guess the idea is that this is meant to show you that the music box isn't fucking around, it does fulfill your every wish.
Her third wish is that this rich relative that died as a result of her previous wish left everything to her and her father.
The reason I bring this up is because her old Uncle August died in a incredibly comical fashion. He slips in the bathtub, hits his head on it.
That's not the funny part, because this shit actually happens and people have died this way. Anyway, he's in the tub struggling to get out and he tries to, but he hits his head on the faucet spout of the tub and there's this 'clang' sound effect used as he does so and it's literally the most Looney Tunes thing imaginable and it was, honestly, kind of hilarious.
There's also one incredibly stupid death after she wishes that her father stops dumpster diving. Clare is friends with this guy, who has a cousin that knows ancient Chinese, since the music box has some ancient Chinese symbols on it.
They visit this cousin and she needs sometime to figure out some text that she emailed a friend to figure out. Clare and her friend leave. Gina, the cousin question, finds out what they mean.
She goes outside, since the power went out in her loft, to call Ryan her cousin to tell him what the text meant. She drops her phone and is unable to finish the voicemail she was leaving.
She goes back in her loft and she trips on this furry carpet, which then impales her on a sculpture of an animal with tusks or something.
Like, think about it for a fucking second. Why in the FUCK would you put a carpet in the same room that contains a sculpture with tusks??? Your interior decorating skills are absolutely horrendous and, honestly, makes me think that Gina deserved to die.
Seriously, no one in their right might would ever make the decision to put a carpet in the same room that something sharp and dangerous is in for that very fucking reason.
You could trip, fall and and, as was the case here, impale yourself or, in the case of a knife, bring the knife down with you.
People trip on carpets all the fucking time. Might be one of the stupidest deaths I've seen in a while when you really think about it.
Because you can just move on and not even think about it and think 'oh, that was a cool death'. But when you look deeper into it and scrutinize it, you realize that it's incredibly stupid and idiotic.
There's more idiocy here. Clare's father, whose name I do not know, pops a tire on his way to a gig. He's changing this tire when a bolt rolls underneath the car.
The bolt ends up on the passenger side of the car, Jon Clare's father is changing the tire on the driver's side. So instead of Jon going over to the passenger side and getting the bolt.
He gets underneath the car on HIS side and attempt to reach the bolt that way. Holy fucking motherfucking shit, could the people in this movie be any stupider?
Like why would he even bother struggle to reach the bolt that, quite easily, he could get out from under the car and just walk to the passenger side and easily pick up without having to get under his car.
They're using this for tension, since several events happen at the same time as a result of the box being opened. So they're teasing Clare's father's death, essentially.
But to suspend our disbelief and buy into this, we have to pretend that everyone in this world is an absolute idiot.
You know, this only works in a comedic setting. I don't think this is meant to be a comedy. Though, to be fair, I can't take any movie that has a character say 'haters gonna hate' un-ironically seriously.
There's also a funny moment near the end, when Clare and June are having a tug of war for the box that June took away from Clare after Clare fails to get rid of it, even after one of her friends dies.
They're doing this next to some steps. June ends up tumbling down the steps. What's comical is that, the last four or five steps, she took sliding down on her belly and it was just funny.