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Unfriended: Dark Web
When a 20-something finds a cache of hidden files on his new laptop, he and his friends are unwittingly thrust into the depths of the dark web. They soon discover someone has been watching their every move and will go to unimaginable lengths to protect the dark web.
|Studio :||Universal Pictures, Bazelevs Production, Blumhouse Productions,|
|Crew :||Production Design, Property Master,|
|Cast :||Colin Woodell Betty Gabriel Rebecca Rittenhouse Andrew Lees Connor Del Rio|
One of my all time favorites.
It's not great by any means, but it's a pretty good movie that didn't leave me filled with regret for investing time in it.
Close shines in drama with strong language, adult themes.
Matias is working on software to covert the spoken word into sign language to make skyping his deaf girlfriend a more productive experience. However, he is doing so on a laptop he picked up from a Lost and Found box. It turns out to have some very unsettling material on it, and its previous owner wants it back. Matias and his Skype friends are in deep trouble.This film uses the same conceit as its predecessor Unfriended: all we see is Matias' desktop. The story is quite different, though, and convincing in terms of someone unknown being able to use your technology to spy on you, if not so much about the torture video swap ring they use such tech to support.The cast of unknowns do well. Like its predecessor, this is a small film with small production values, which works extremely well because of a goo story, an effective script, and good performances.This is worth catching if you like dark dramas.
This movie, honestly, didn't seem like a winner. Bunch of twenty somethings playing online, something bad happens, slash, slash, bang bang, boring. Almost like the old slasher movies of the 80s. I have to admit, I was wrong! This movie starts out slow, give it a chance. I guarantee you, you will not be disappointed! It builds slowly, but gets crazy, sooner than you think. Like a good movie should.Without giving anything away, watch, learn, remember that this is actually plausible, then realize that this is only a movie. If you like this genre of film, you will love the finale.Ride it out, the pay off is totally worth it!And remember, Norah C sent you!PS. One
The movie was suppose to be scary like the trailer but it was terrible it wasn't scary I almost fell asleep watching people getting killed one by one.
I saw "Unfriended:Dark Web", starring Colin Woodell-The Originals_tv, Masters of Sex_tv; Stephanie Nogueras-Switched at Birth_tv, Grimm_tv; Rebecca Rittenhouse-The Mindy Project_tv, Blood & Oil_tv and Andrew Lees-The Originals_tv, The Pacific_tv. This is a sequel to the 2015 Unfriended movie but it is not really connected to it-different actors, different story line, different moral to the story. The first one was about bullying but this one is about internet security, or lack there of. It is still all done on computer screens-or laptops-which I found a little annoying. Colin finds/steals a laptop because he needs an upgrade and it was just sitting in the cafe he frequents-for several days-so he figured, why not? Stephanie is his deaf girlfriend and Rebecca & Andrew are a couple of his friends that all get together-on their laptops, of course-to play games or just talk about their lives. And, of course, the owner does want his laptop back and he takes over Colin's, threatening him and his on line friends, if he doesn't get it back. It seems that there is some important files on it. And, like the first movie, the friends start having accidents. I guess you could say that this is a horror film for millennials, in that they spend so much time on line, that hackers are their worst nightmare. I heard that there are two different endings to the movie and they are being shown randomly, so you don't know which one you will be seeing. Of course, this could be just hype, to get people to see it several times, hoping they will catch a different ending, but I don't know. I didn't care much for the first movie but the story was a little better on this one. I still didn't care for all the computer screen gimmick but people like different stuff so I'm sure that some people will like this more than I did. It's rated "R" for violence, language and sexual content-no nudity-and has a running time of 1 hour & 28 minutes. It's not one that I would buy, or rent either. I would wait until it hits cable.