Nerve Review - AVClub

AVClub: Strangers race across city streets at all hours of the day and night, guided into sometimes dangerous situations by a popular new game they’re playing on their phones. No, this isn’t a hastily assembled documentary on the Pokémon Go phenomenon. But the overnight success of that augmented-reality sensation does add an extra touch of plausibility—and a big shot of serendipitous topicality—to Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman’s bright, brisk, and enjoyably silly Nerve, which filters a one-crazy-night scenario through a state-of-the-web address. It’s the most technology-obsessed teen movie since last year’s Unfriended.

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