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Ominous turnout for a high school senior who got engrossed in an on line game. The Truth or Dare Game, her future will be determined, as she made her way to the finale.
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Samantha489 Anonymous
Loves the movies i´ve seen so far :)
2019-01-13 02:01
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Critics Of "Nerve"
Seven Days
January 01, 2017 It's preposterous but propulsive and never less than compelling in its perception of current digital culture and the craving for instant fame wrought by reality TV.
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Globe and Mail
July 29, 2016 Nerve looks fabulous and the pace is evenly adrenalized, which makes up for clichéd characters, a concocted premise and commentary that is a bit on the nose ...
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Japan Times
January 04, 2017 It's a scary world and it feels way too close for comfort.
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July 28, 2016 Joost and Schulman use nearly every trick imaginable to keep Nerve's energy at a consistently high level and to give it a visual uniqueness.
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Graffiti With Punctuation
December 15, 2016 Nerve is a movie that's right on time.
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Detroit News
July 29, 2016 "Nerve" is sharp looking and delivers real jolts, even if the climax pushes things a bit far and wraps up too easily. Or maybe it's an accurate look at what'll happen when "Nerve" becomes real?
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Rolling Stone
July 29, 2016 It gets off on the highwire fun of living on a digital dare and then pisses away its provocations by lecturing us with a metaphorical take on social media as an STD. What a buzz kill.
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Toronto Star
July 29, 2016 Like one of its daredevils hanging one-handed from skyscraper scaffolding, Nerve mostly manages to maintain its precarious balance of pulpy suspense and social commentary.
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Film Inquiry
December 06, 2016 While it's regrettable that Nerve's last act doesn't live up to the lead-in, it still delivers an entertaining and provocative hour and thirty-six minutes.
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Washington City Paper
January 02, 2017 There's enough humor to elevate the script above total idiocy. And as with Schulman and Joost's fake documentary, you'll always be wondering what's going to happen next, even if you're a little embarrassed for doing so.
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Annabelle: Creation
IMDb: 7
109 min
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
Twelve years after the tragic death of their little girl, a dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into ...