Unfriended: Dark Web (2018)

Written and Directed by Stephen Susco

Starring Colin Woodell, Rebecca Rittenhouse, Betty Gabriel, Andrew Lees, Connor Del Rio, Stephanie Nogueras and Savira Windyani

Plot: A young man finds a laptop with access to the dark web and he is being watched by the laptops rightful owner who wants it back.

The movie opens with Matias (Woodell) who has recently acquired a laptop and put new, self made sign language interpreting software so he can better communicate with his girlfriend, Amaya.

Matias and his really annoying group of friends video chat the entire movie though Matias is repeatedly booted and side tracked by his gf and weird messages.

The characters in this movie seemed really uneven and especially inconsistent, specifically with what they knew about and what they didn’t know at all.

The whole movie is pretty unrealistic. It is certainly NOT like the original. We didn’t like any of the characters really and we felt like the script, motive and rules were bad. We don’t think it is rewatchable at all and it wasn’t even remotely fun to watch but it was pretty boring. O and the ending kinda sucks.

Tara gave it a 13 and I liked it slightly more lol with a whopping 19/100

One thought on “Unfriended: Dark Web (2018)

  1. This was as dreadful as you say it was. I stopped watching about 12 minutes into it. Hopefully anyone reading this review will take you seriously and save themselves from a train wreck of a movie.

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