The Vern gets the Nerve to watch the movie and review it

(The Following review comes from the one I wrote for Cinema Sentries)

We live in an age where everyone can record anything and with a good wifi connection, be seen by everyone.  There is this strange urge to post everything we do in hopes it will get more “like”s and more followers because that has become our currency today.  It no longer matters how much money you make or what your career is.  It’s how many Facebook friends and Twitter followers you have.  Why do we feel that it’s important to post everything that we do?  I think it’s mainly because we are scared of being forgotten.  We only have a short time left on this Earth, and while we are here, we want to make sure that we are remembered.  This may not be important to a lot of you who are reading this, but it’s probably more important to that of a young girl going into adulthood.  At least for a certain female character in this movie it is.  Read the full review by clicking the link at bottom

Nerve Blu-ray Review: Candid Camera 2016


About The Vern

I love movies and I enjoy writing about them too. They both go pretty much hand in hand with each other and it's fun to discover new classics. I co host the podcasts The Film Pasture, ScreenTrax, and soon Cinema Recall. While also contributing reviews and articles to other great sites when I can.
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1 Response to The Vern gets the Nerve to watch the movie and review it

  1. Brittani says:

    It seems like they were pretty creative with the blu ray features but this is one I’ll definitely skip. One thing, is Dave Franco also supposed to be a high schooler? Because I ‘can’t buy that. I barely buy Emma Roberts as one. lol

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