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Rudderless - Overview/ Review (with Spoilers)


While grieving over his polarizing son, a father uses his son’s music to reconnect with him.

Trigger Warning(s): School Shooting

Review (with Spoilers)

With school shootings becoming almost as normal as the United States announcing combat operations, films like this one are sort of weird. 718 more words


Nerve Movie Review

Henry Joost and Ariel Shulman’s techno thriller Nerve boasts a fairly cool concept that is mostly squandered under typical genre cliches. These are the directors responsible from 2010’s documentary (?) Catfish, where revelations about the dark side and fictitious nature of the Internet seemed somewhat new and novel. 344 more words



Nerve (2016)
★★ / ★★★★

A better version of “Nerve,” based on a novel by Jeanne Ryan and written for the screen by Jessica Sharzer, has been released two years prior. 642 more words

Well, I'm Certainly Not Going Through Life With One Hand Tied Behind My Back. -- James Dean

The Cell Phone Game - Nerve (2016)

Let’s try not to let this happen in real life.  So Nerve is essentially an online social game that is truth or dare without the truth, and the incentive for playing is cash prizes.   428 more words



Plot: Receiving lots of Vee pressure from her friends, Vee Delmonico decides to join an online game called Nerve. This game allows people to be a watcher or a player and if you’re a player you have to do a series of dares. 306 more words

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Adaptation #172: The Nerve to Be Anonymous

Jenn and Kendyl discuss the pros and cons of Nerve (2016), the film adaptation of Jeanne Ryan’s novel.

Question of the Week: Could there be a sequel to this film? 108 more words



Nerve is the film based on Jeanne Ryan’s novel of the same name. In it people take part in a game where watchers give them dares to complete for money in the hopes of reaching the final two. 638 more words