"Lass is More" on the Nerve of "Nerve"

You want to put out a movie with a message?  You want your film to have a moral?  That’s fine.  Morals, messages, takeaways — whatever you want to call them, they are worthwhile, but only if you actually believe what you’re saying.  You put out a movie that claims to have a message but doesn’t really or where the message is completely retracted by something in the release, and that, “Lass is More” finds troubling.

Today’s case in point is the Emma Roberts/Dave Franco thriller, “Nerve,” a movie which warns about the evils of truth or dare right up until… well, if you want the answer to that you’re just going to have to click the play button below.

photo credit: Lionsgate

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