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Unfriended (R)



out of 10


out of 10

The Review

Teenage life, a mixture of hormones, emotions, drama, triumph and tragedy. This is never been as obvious on screen as it is here. Aᅠbunch of teenage friends Skype one another to discuss their lives, their decisions and more. When one of their friends tragically commits suicide, many of them wonder why but not enough to look deep enough to really find out. A year later, someone wants answers. During their Skype conversations and IM (Instant Messaging) messages, secrets and lies are brought to the surface. The one responsible for what is happening is the unlikeliest of them all. A question is asked... Do you want to play a game? (yes, a Saw reference...). As they begin to play, they realize the price for losing. As the game continues so does the suspense... One by one, each of them reveals truths that could destroy them. The price becomes to high for some of them to pay and ultimately it comes down to choices, choices they've made and choices yet to be made. Can there be a winner in a game where the answers destroy you? ᅠThat's what they're about to learn. This movie is loosely based on the idea of Final Destination, only from a cyber perspective. It shows how severe cyber bullying can be and the consequences of such behaviour. There are consequences to everything we do in life, whether we realize it or not. The target audience is definitely the tween/teen/young adult crowd. There are many references that appeal only to that target. It's full of suspense and a few surprises but leaves you wanting more.

If you or someone you know is a victim of bullying or cyber bullying, please get help.

Suicide prevention hotline 24/7/365 - 1-800-273-8255 www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org

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