I was just flipping through the stations and stumbled upon this movie. The title seemed interesting since it is a topic that applies to today's teens. There are a few moments where the actors actually care about their work. A better script and storyline would've made a difference. Luckily the young actors will still have a chance to continue. It's a shame that Daryl Hannah has been reduced to this, and what happened to her face??? The end is purely laughable since you can clearly see she's not choking Emily. I only continued to watch it because I wanted to know who the person was that hacked into Cat's phone and computer. It was also sad to see who I believe was Tim Russ and Holly Robinson Peete (3/2/14 I was looking for something else and just realized Russ was listed and I mistook Rachel True for Peete) in supporting roles, but are not listed in the credits. I guess I wouldn't either if I was in this awful movie. Don't even bother watching if you see it. You'll waste two hours of your life!
Social Nightmare (2013) 1080p YIFY Movie
Social Nightmare (2013) 1080p
A student's chances of getting into a good college hang in the balance when inappropriate photos of her are posted on the Internet.
IMDB: 5.35 Likes
The Synopsis for Social Nightmare (2013) 1080p
An A-student's life is turned upside-down when inappropriate status updates and photos appear on her online profile. She claims she is being set up, but no one believes her. Her only solace during this crisis is her mother, although even she admits that she's not looking forward to being all alone once her daughter leaves for college. Now she must figure out who is hacking her profile before her reputation and chance to get into a good college are ruined. Maybe it's her ex-boyfriend, a jealous friend competing for the same scholarship or someone far more dangerous than she could have ever imagined.
The Director and Players for Social Nightmare (2013) 1080p
The Reviews for Social Nightmare (2013) 1080p
Such a shame...it could've have been very good...Reviewed byMikey ([email protected])Vote: 1/10
The only reason I'm giving this a 2 is because the idea was good. Do not watch this movie, I sat through till the end but it was a struggle. Id be shocked if anyone didn't pick the "twist" within 25 minutes. This is the kind of movie that paints Americans as a bunch of complete ignorant morons. Crazy controlling Mother dons't want to lose her daughter, so she ruins her life and nearly gets her killed. Oh yeah that makes perfect sense!! In today's social networking world, the idea surrounding the issue of cyber crime and bullying is one to be explored. Whilst the movie did show this point, the underlying mentality behind it was a crazy controlling mother. Not the real issue of social media in today's world. All in all the actors did a fairly good job though. Best part of the whole movie was the appearance of Tim Ross (for all you Voyager fans)
This film wastes a potentially interesting subject (an abusive mother who intentionally sabotages and destroys the life of her daughter and friends) by falling into lifetime movie cliches. It was actually disgusting to see all of the shallow, unbelievable and lazy plot points that come up, for instance someone emails a blurry picture of a girl drinking a wine cooler (but it could be a bottle of lemonade for all we know) to admissions at Yale, and they not only open the email and read it, but they revoke a student's admission as a result? It's so bad, though maybe there was some amusement in seeing what actors agreed to slum it for this production; such Rachel True's role as a (vice principal? teacher? counselor?--apparently all three) which she didn't even bother to phone in, and it's always fun seeing Tuvok from star trek voyager. But not only was the depiction of events unbelievable and impossible, so was the end scene ultimately infuriating. Her daughter tells her she's not responsible for leaking naked pictures of her daughter online, drugging her, physically assaulting people and slandering, defaming dozens of students at her daughters school, and she replies that "I know, that's what my therapists told me too, it's just a chemical imbalance." When no, it isn't; you're a criminal and should be in jail, you don't have a right to abuse your daughter or other young people. This kind of abuse is a deep seated pattern that you do need to take responsibility for in order to change. No qualified therapist or mental institution would say "it's not your fault" after all of that. I hate lifetime!