What Happened to Monday - Full Movie Streaming

What Happened to Monday
7.2/10 by 2398 users
Original Title: What Happened to Monday
Release: 2017-08-18
Runtime:
Genre: Science Fiction, Thriller, Drama
Country: Belgium, France, United Kingdom, United States of America
Subtitle: English
Plot: 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.
The Settman Siblings / Karen Settman

Characters : The Settman Siblings / Karen Settman

Actor : Noomi Rapace

Adrian Knowles

Characters : Adrian Knowles

Actor : Marwan Kenzari

Joe

Characters : Joe

Actor : Christian Rubeck

Terrence Settman

Characters : Terrence Settman

Actor : Willem Dafoe

Nicolette Cayman

Characters : Nicolette Cayman

Actor : Glenn Close

Jerry

Characters : Jerry

Actor : Pål Sverre Hagen

Eddie

Characters : Eddie

Actor : Tommy Edun

Zaquia

Characters : Zaquia

Actor : Cassie Clare

Dutch

Characters : Dutch

Actor : Cameron Jack

Mia

Characters : Mia

Actor : Kirsty Averton

Charles Benning

Characters : Charles Benning

Actor : Robert Wagner

Girl

Characters : Girl

Actor : Lara Decaro

Father Beck

Characters : Father Beck

Actor : Jeppe Beck Laursen

Bronson

Characters : Bronson

Actor : Daniel Berge Halvorsen

Thursday

Characters : Thursday

Actor : Ioana Florentina Dimitriu

Harry

Characters : Harry

Actor : Edouard Philipponnat

Mother

Characters : Mother

Actor : Marie Everett

Ericksen

Characters : Ericksen

Actor : Elijah Ungvary

Young Karen Settman

Characters : Young Karen Settman

Actor : Clara Read

Vicky

Characters : Vicky

Actor : Lucy Pearson

Informercial Processor

Characters : Informercial Processor

Actor : Santiago Cabrera

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Gimly

A Review by Gimly

by Gimly

"Tommy Wirkola steps away from his typically fun style of filmmaking for this dark and tragic scifi. But a good director's a good director and despite being maybe a little more predictable than it thinks, not to mention Glenn Close trying her hardest to derail he manages to pull off _What Happened to Monday_. Extra special props to Noomi Rapace who successfully plays not seven as advertised but **eight** different characters with virtually no overlap in characterisation. _Final rating:★★★ - I liked it. Would personally recommend you give it a go._"

EmkEyen

A Review by EmkEyen

by EmkEyen

"I'm not aware if this is a remake but it does stand in debt to the dystopic sci-fi of the seventies. Decent acting by lead Noomi Rapace against herself(s) with good support from Willem Dafoe. Scenery is well made but uninteresting and the same goes for the action. It is a quite forced how disparate the siblings are and their individual characters may be in different colours but are only one sheet thick. The story of their upbringing would be a more interesting story than what we have here. Ultimately, it is a predictable thing this entire weekly affair."

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