Triple Dog (2010) - Drama, Thriller

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On the night of a sleepover, a group of teenage girls venture out in a competitive game of challenging dares. As the antics escalate, and the dares become more extreme, the girls unravel the truth behind a former student's rumored suicide.

IMDB: 5.9
Director: Pascal Franchot
Stars: Britt Robertson, Alexia Fast
Length: 95 Minutes
PG Rating: R
Reviews: 10 out of 28 found boring (35.71%)

One-line Reviews (22)

The film is predictable, within the first 20minutes you pretty much know the 'twist', don't bother staying around after that.

The acting was terrible, the plot was predictable and boring, and I don't even dare you to watch it.

I was very bored while watching this, and when I thought there would be a sex scene between the rat girl and a guy, they simply don't do it.

Interesting, exciting, and I would definitely recommend every 8th grade to sophomore year girl to watch this.

Another frustrating thing about this movie everyone is supposedly partying but not one of these girls drink, smokes or does anything teens do, just a lot of catty acronyms or abbreviated snooty remarks, boring boring and just plain stupid.

The acting was strangely very good, and the depth to the plot was, for me, totally unexpected.

Don't Waste Your Time.

While this movie definitely contains all of the predictable teenage stereotypes, I thought it was entertaining enough.

I am also a Brit Robertson fan from her work on the TV series 'Life Unexpected'.

Basically, there are these lame girls who are bored at a sleepover, so one of them, Chapman, decides that they all play this game called Triple Dog.

The pranks are dishwater dull.

"Triple Dog" is one of the awfulest films about coming of age that I have ever seen.

Chapin feels bored and proposes a "triple dog" game, where each one of them is challenged to do something bad.

One of the WORST movies I have forced myself through.

It is a coming of age movie.

If you like insipid, trite teeny-bopper movies like Twilight, this should be right up your alley.

A Decent Coming of Age Film .

This film was very watchable, and very enjoyable.

A "rebel punk" chick, Chapin (that looks like she came out of a nickelodeon cartoon) attended a "best friend"'s birthday sleepover with a few others and ended up insulting the hell out of the event, called it boring, and threatened to leave if she doesn't get what she wants.

Awful film, waste of time, don't bother.

Don't waste your money or time on this worthless piece of movie trash....

The plot was boring and predictable.