Nerve: Movie

Hey guys, how’s it going? Rahul here coming in with a brand new blog. Hope everyone has had an amazing week. Lat few days for tests to get over and then freedom! (for like a week)! So let’s begin.



This thriller, adventure was directed by Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman and was released in July, 2016.

Duration: 1 hour 36 minutes (96 minutes)


  • Venus “Vee” Delmonico (Emma Roberts)
  • Ian/Sam (Dave Franco)
  • Ty (Colson Baker)



A new online game called Nerve, where you are dared to do crazy things and are given points based off of popularity and difficulty level. Venus decides to give it a try but it all changes when the game begins to give some deadly dares.



This movie is like a perfect way to show “Blue Whale” which was becoming really big recently and how it really affects our lives in a huge way. This movie was also really good when it came to entertaining and keeping its audience engrossed for majority of the movie. I really loved the concept of everyone being able to watch and it was a really cool idea to use “Blue Whale” considering how much of an issue it was becoming. So, it really caught a lot of people’s attention. The movie had a great plot mixed with some poor acting and equally poor directing. The movie lost me at the end with the fight and the masked audience. In layman’s terms, the ending sucked. They could’ve ended it is a SOOO much better way but they failed to do it. The movie had decent music but it needed more. The concept was great and all until they complicated it with some drama about Ian/Sam which I really didn’t like ’cause it felt like they were deviating too far away from the main topic. The movie in a whole was decent and the only reason would be because of good choice of story and mediocre display of it. Overall ‘ok’.



I would give this movie 2.5/5 stars.

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