Nerve Movie Review Roundup By Top Critics

Nerve Movie Review Roundup by Top critics in world which released in USA on 29th July 2016. Adventure, Crime, Mystery film which is directed by Henry Joost, Ariel Schulman.
Starring: Emma Roberts, Dave Franco, Emily Meade

Nerve Movie Review Roundup By Top Critics

Nerve Movie Review By The New York Times

“For all its hints at imminent catastrophe, Nerve feels surprisingly tame.”
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Nerve Movie Review By Variety

“Nerve is a comic-book vision of how the Internet has become a gladiatorial arena of voyeurism. But the movie, like the game it’s about, is hard to stop watching, even when you know it’s playing you.”
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Nerve Movie Review By Hollywood Reporter

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“Fortunately Schulman and Joost keep the film visually engaging…. All that busyness onscreen distracts somewhat from the impression that Roberts and Franco don’t look much like teenagers, although they form a fairly good team as long as they’re pursuing specific challenges rather than sharing their nascent emotions for one another or attempting to unravel the intricacies of the game.”
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Nerve Movie Review By The Guardian

“It’s rare when you can pinpoint the exact moment a movie goes off the rails, but when Nerve downshifts from far-fetched parable into idiotic action, the film at least has the decency to speed itself along to get to the ending.”
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Nerve Movie Review By The Wrap

“While the film’s vertiginous set pieces are appropriately heart-clenching, it’s not nearly as successful at little details like plot and character.”
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Nerve Movie Review By New York Post

“The sharpest, wildest and most unpredictable thriller I’ve seen this year.”
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Nerve Movie Review By Washington Post

“Nerve is exciting, topical and potentially prescient, but it scores no points for character development, and the plot holes are so big that you could, well, drive a speeding motorcycle through them.”
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Nerve Movie Review By Entertainment Weekly

“This is a film about young people with a youthful energy and sense of fun that’s refreshing, especially in the summer of movies we’ve had so far. The tone and relatively low stakes allows Nerve to be shallow, divertive escapism—kind of like Snapchat.”
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Nerve Movie Review By MTV News

“Though Roberts is miscast as a wallflower — seriously, the film expects us to believe a jock in her class would dismiss the mannequin-perfect beauty as “not my type” — Nerve taps into the rush of realizing strangers think you’re cool.”
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Nerve Movie Review By Time Out

“With its engaging story, energetic soundtrack and slick production values, Nerve is an easy watch for restless young minds.”
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About Film

A high school senior finds herself immersed in an online game of truth or dare, where her every move starts to become manipulated by an anonymous community of “watchers.”