Ten (2017) is a English movie. Chris Robert has directed this movie. Dylan Arnold,Meg Cashel,Raquel Castro,Rome Flynn are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2017. Ten (2017) is considered one of the best Horror,Mystery,Thriller movie in India and around the world.
After a bullied girl commits suicide, a group of friends reunites to party on a house on a secluded island. Little by little, they start to die and anyone can be the suspect. Now, the remaining ones will try to solve the mystery with some pages of the dead girl's diary while trying to ask for help.
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"Ten: Murder Island" is an Incredibly faithful adaptation of the book ("Ten") by Gretchen McNeil. The story is a modern day version of Agatha Christie's "And Then There Were None." The film is beautifully shot, well cast and acted, and a ton of FUN! It's a total throwback to my fave 90s horror slasher flicks of my childhood ("Scream," "I Know What You Did Last Summer," etc.). Really hope to see more from this director and talented cast.
Ten young adults, fresh out of Mariner high school, arrive at an isolated hotel where they are the only residents, having been invited by a trendy hipster, whose invitations to party cannot be ignored. Soon after the obligatory bickering one of the guests is found hanging from a stairway. As the murders and disappearances continue to escalate so does the suspicion between the survivors and old grievances rise to the top, and soon the survivors are at each other's throats. "Ten" is a movie based on a book that copies the plot of Agatha Christie's classic novel "And Then There Will Be None/Ten Little Indians", right down to the deaths. However, what's a downer is that this movie doesn't really copy the ending of Christie's novel but instead copies the various previous movies' endings, which to those uninitiated, I won't give away. To help propel the novel forward, there is tension between the two lead characters Meg (China Anne McClain) and her ex-boyfriend (Rome Flynn), which is detailed by the pages of a girl's diary, a girl that had previously committed suicide, that are continuously found scattered about the household. Refreshingly, the leads here are black, instead of being the first kills, they may be the heroes. Or maybe not. Watch and see. Also fun to watch was Angie Q who is the only one at first to use her noggin to realize that being suspicious of her fellow classmates may be the smart way to go. All-in-all, a very entertaining movie, and while this plot has been ripped off dozens of times in the past, I just found this flick entertaining for what it was. It didn't bring anything new to the table, but it didn't subtract anything from it either. This is a movie meant for the early high school crowd, and I can't see why those wouldn't like it, although I don't know how it matches up against the book.