Either she is a compulsive liar or she has a memory loss. Remember, the very first time they were playing the game, she CONFIDENTLY said that she would not hesitate to sacrifice her friends to save the world, well, I guess that she got a bit more selfish towards the end !!!
There wasn't a lot of depth to Truth or Dare, and that is why it is only 3 stars for me. The screenwriting was flat and boring and verging on clichéd vignettes the whole time to carry it through. Basically, the entire time I felt, "This could be more interesting and I've seen this all before." It went on too long, the acting was far from spectacular, and perhaps if it had been rated R, it could have spread out more.
Demon possession is represented as straight out of the Aphex Twin music video 'Come to Daddy'. This is a paint-by-numbers horror flick that ticks all the genre boxes but does very little out of the box. No problem with the performances, cinematography or competent production values, but the over-saturated genre has another film which will make good box-office but does little more.
Faithful readers know I've been the lone defender of schlocky horror films of the past couple years, such as "The Bye Bye Man," "The Gallows," and "Wish Upon," but I cannot get behind "Truth or Dare" nor Blumhouse's perplexing decision to put their branding front and center here. Unlike "Happy Death Day" this feels restrained by its rating, forced to neuter what could've been a gruesomely fun throwback for its genre.