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Unfriended is a American found footage supernatural horror film directed by Levan Gabriadze, written by Nelson Greaves, executive produced by Jason Blum , co-produced by Adam Sidman, and produced by Greaves and Timur Bekmambetov. The film stars Shelley Hennig, Moses Jacob Storm, Renee Olstead, Will. Drama . Also Known As: Unfriended See more» High in relatability and a critical snapshot of where we currently are in modern society, UNFRIENDED uses every trick in the book that you could possibly think of - and never even thought of - for a film that takes place entirely on someone's desktop screen. And yet: the film. The feeling that i get while watching this movie is that Nelson Greaves (writer) and Levan Gabriadze (director) sat down at a table, took out a laptop, and started typing with a plaque above their heads that held a simple motto that these two seemed to live by while creating this lazy piece of work, "This is how kids act, right?".
17 Apr You'd think that after every failed found-footage type film, studios would learn that the genre is down in the dumps by now. Boy do I love thinking that when walking into a movie and then being totally surprised. "Unfriended" Focusses mostly on the character of Blaire as she group skype calls her boyfriend. This film was surprisingly very good and the it's definitely the new phrase of r thing I really liked about this film was that the characters were very realistic,when it came to this person stalking the characters they really felt terrified and you could feel enough of that,my review is that unfriended was a really . 7 Apr The upcoming horror movie, Unfriended, is unique in how it looks. It's all unique how it filmed. The Unfriended movie shot the entire story in a single take.
A brief synopsis and the ending will be revealed for the movie - UNFRIENDED. 17 Apr The formal experiment of "Unfriended" is intriguing. Here is a movie that takes place in real time and in which everything we see is limited to whatever is on the screen of the main character's computer. The concept is not new, of course, although this might be the first time that such a conceit is portrayed.