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Quinn learns that Sullivan has led employees to think that she sexually harassed him: as a result, she is suspended. Matt is attacked by the entity that takes the form of his deceased brother. They look at the user agreement that says the agreement is broken if the user tries to change his fate: Quinn`s trip with his family and Matt, who is on a train trip, both cancelled, would have resulted in his initial death. They hack into the app and learn that Jordan is going to die just before Quinn. Derek, the phone salesman who helped them hack the app, adds more years to the three years of life. Quinn, however, is attacked by the demon and the countdowns back to their original era. In Countdown, a patchwork of indible horrors that is now running in cinemas, a supernatural smartphone app turns a timer that ends the moment the user dies. This is a huge problem for a nurse, Quinn (Elizabeth Lail, Once Upon a Time), who activates the app and finds that she has only two days to live. Thus begins an odyssey that Quinn tries to erase, hack, and even fool the clock. This isn`t the first time the film has done strange things from an upside down body to scare you. It takes place in a stairwell of the hospital, where a young man sees the back body of his deceased girlfriend the sprinter. (ew) He falls down the stairs in death. Whether it was because he was afraid or because the demon pushed him is not entirely clear.

In fact, the comedy was pretty good, which saved the film from a completely horrible life. There was a strange priest and a cynical tech man who were the funniest and most entertaining parts of the film, but in hindsight it is usually useless for the plot. It`s a joke, it might make sense. Instead, there are more people downloading the app, including a Drhaving Quinn intern (Elizabeth Lail) whose selection says she only has a few days to live. She spends the little time she needs to be sexually assaulted by her boss, Dr. Sullivan (Peter Facinelli), in a #MeToo/Time`s Up Subplot that feels at best abused, at worst exploited. At a party, teen Courtney is convinced by his friends to download Countdown, an app that seems to predict how long a user still has to live. Courtney is afraid she will have only three hours of life. In a fun turn, the trailer for the film, released this summer, inspired an app designer, Ryan Boyling, to reproduce the demonic watch for real. Yes, it has a usage agreement. No, he doesn`t really know when you`re dying (at least I hope). But just like in the film, “countdown” went viral; It is currently the number one entertainment app on the Apple App Store.

However, by cancelling its plans, it breaks the user`s agreement with the application. This part of the plot is not very well explained. But if you break the conditions by not going where you need to go for your death, then a demon comes after you to kill you instead. Quinn announces a plan to leave with her younger sister Jordan and her father before she is informed that she has breached the user agreement.