Two hard-partying brothers place an online ad to find the perfect dates for their sister's Hawaiian wedding. Hoping for a wild getaway, the boys instead find themselves out-hustled by an uncontrollable duo.
'Nerve' is about an online dare game, in which people give participants anonymous dares for money. The participants compete with each other to win the grand prize as the dares get tougher. Things get worse when the tasks get increasingly dangerous and lives are at stake. Written by
Filmmaker and YouTube personality Casey Neistat will have a cameo in this film. See more »
According to the letter Vee receives by email, this film's story begins on March 20, 2017, yet the next day her high school has a football rally, which is unusual since football is a fall sport. Also, she is shown joining the Nerve game on the night of the next day, March 21, 2017, but the bank website shows the date of April 20, 2017. Later in the film, an online discussion forum shows comments about the current game dated in 2016, not 2017. See more »
[singing Wu Tang Clan]
Dollar... dollar bill you all
[On her older brother]
In the fall I'll be older than my older brother
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In the closing credits, at 01:28:39 It says "Based on the novel by Jeanne Ryan". They then show the first several paragraphs of Dickens' "Great Expectations". See more »
Saw the trailer? There's no need to watch the movie then.
Good idea that failed in execution. If you saw the trailer and read the reviews you might think that there's some depth hiding in the actual movie, but unfortunately, you'll be wrong to think so. The actors are the only bright spot. You'll see some well known and rising star faces who's acting was on point. The movie tries to win you with likable characters, scenes that show familiar problems to most internet users (e.g.Skype call glitching) and with a cute little morale story at the end but fails as it provides no depth to be discovered. Some scenes are super cringe worthy and left me feeling uncomfortable about my movie picking skills.
It's just one of those films you watch and forget about in a day, doesn't leave you questioning some character's decisions or the way it ended which left both me and my girlfriend disappointed. Overall 5/10.
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