Nerve dating site review
At certain points, watchers will conveniently pop up along the streets, strategically placed to broadcast what’s happening through their phones and action cameras, an image of all-eyes-on-you paranoia that may produce a shrug of “Yeah, right.” “Nerve” is a comic-book vision of how the Internet has become a gladiatorial arena of voyeurism. Co-producers: Charles Miller, Orlee-Rose Strauss, Stephen Meinen.
But the movie, like the game it’s about, is hard to stop watching, even when you know it’s playing you. Production: A Lionsgate release of an Allison Shearmur, Keep Your Head production.
It’s not really too plausible — but hey, it’s the movie’s whole damn premise, so why fight it?
Joost and Schulman do a terrific job of staging this vertiginous sequence.
It works as the ultimate bad dream of peer pressure — the notion that is how far someone will go to please her followers.
In “Nerve,” the rule of the Internet mob is all-powerful: You want something because everyone else wants it, and their will becomes yours, a dynamic that can leave your very identity hanging in the air.
The cinematography, by Michael Simmonds, is sharply angled and glowing and alive, with a haphazard touch of You Tube visual flash. With: Emma Roberts, Dave Franco, Juliette Lewis, Emily Meade, Miles Heizer, Brian Marc, Kimiko Glenn, Samira Wiley, Colson Baker, Marc John Jefferies.