While video chatting one night, six high school friends receive a Skype message from a classmate who killed herself exactly one year ago. At first they think it's a prank, but when the girl starts revealing the friends' darkest secrets, they realize they are dealing with something out of this world, something that wants them dead.Written by
Only three of the primary six main character teenagers are actually situated in their bedrooms during the Skype call: Blaire Lily the lead protagonist, her boyfriend Mitch Roussel and bestfriend Jess Felton. Adam Sewell; Mitch's bestfriend is in his living room, Ken Smith is within his home's bungalow which does feature a visible bed and Valerie Rommel is within her laundry room sifting through clothes. See more »
Initially Blaire shares her entire screen to everyone to show the "EXPOSURE" link but she didn't unshare it and she still messages to Mitch privately. But since the screen is shared it should be visible to everyone. See more »
[Laura fires upon herself on the high school basketball courts, a female student then screams as the teacher and crowd rush towards Laura's body and Blaire pauses the liveleak video]
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Guys, here's a tip if you want to see this movie. Instead of shilling out actual money, just get 4 people you know with Skype accounts, get in a group call, and then just scream for 2 hours straight. You know have the entire plot, line of events, and premise of Unfriended. Just another painful to watch, stupid found footage horror that decided to go from a normal camera to the most boring and ugly way of showing it, Skype chat, because why would you want the camera to be enjoyable? Skip the movie, just go watch a PewDiePie video, it's the exact same amount of obnoxious screaming, but you can also watch a video game instead of focusing on the screaming idiot.
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