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Antisocial.app (2017)
  • Director:
    Tommaso Cardile
  • Category:
  • Writer:
    Michael Shear,Samantha Shear
  • Cast:
    Ashley Rickards,Skyler Maxon,Greg Ellis
  • Time:
    1h 23min
  • Year:
A young hacker creates an "antisocial" networking app that matches enemies instead of friends. When her enemies start turning up dead, she must uncover who or what is behind it before it's too late
Cast overview:
Ashley Rickards Ashley Rickards - Jessie
Skyler Maxon Skyler Maxon - Ian
Greg Ellis Greg Ellis - Springer (as Jonny Rees)
Brooke Langton Brooke Langton - Emily
Will Carlson Will Carlson - Mateo (as Will Lancaster)
Manny Perez Manny Perez - Detective Meyer
Niki Koss Niki Koss - Stacey
Jennifer Missoni Jennifer Missoni - Barclay
Mario Revolori Mario Revolori - Ping
Mandy June Turpin Mandy June Turpin - Natalie

Antisocial.app (2017)
The film starts out with a three minute advertisement for the fake company, Titan, and it pretty much goes downhill from there. The whole movie was visually irritating to watch. The camera people were clearly lacking the proper equipment to keep their camera steady, so there was a lot of very slight, yet still all too noticeable wobbling. The main actress appeared to have neck or back problems throughout the first part of the film. At first I thought maybe the character was supposed to be sick or handicapped, but it was just a lot of unnecessary stretching and neck rolling on her part combined with the poor camera work. Some of the dialogue was poorly enunciated and difficult to understand. As if that wasn't enough, there was a lot of unnecessary use of split screen and stock footage, they kept doing this stupid static thing that was really annoying, and the various computer animations they used were just flat-out bad.

All the technical downfalls of the film could possibly be forgiven if the story was any good, but it's not. Jessie is a pretty unlikable character from the start and the story is so jumbled and mucked up with static, split-screen nonsense and bad animations that it is hard to follow everything- much less actually care about anything that is happening. I will definitely not be watching this movie again, and I wouldn't recommend it to anyone.
When I first came across "Killer App", I thought that, like many other movies which have low ratings, I could at least find something redeeming about it... perhaps, I expected, it would had heart, but not enough post-production talent, as many independent movies do.

However, this movie seems to be an example of too much budget and too little internal critical review.

This movie seems to assume that, rather than suspend disbelief, it should simply demand we believe its world is as it says.

To describe any part of the plot would be to do the work which was not done on this movie: the rewriting really needed to be carried to the point of excellence.

Killer App features cobbled together concepts lifted from popular news, without thinking deeply about the veracity of those statements, their implications, or how to implement the plot.

The actors seemed to have talent which is "broken" by the terrible writing. They really try to portray roles, but the roles are not "fleshed out" by the way that the scenarios unfold. It is more of a jumbled set of events which contradict, confuse, and force us to disengage from the characters emotionally.

Even though the individual scenes may be well acted, they do not add up to portraying a character, so it instead seems like "bad acting"... but it is actually, horrible writing, or a lack of cohesion, sequence, and effective competence in the writing.

Nothing, at all, about this movie suggests that they were trying to tell a story. All of the talent on this movie was wasted, and as a result, your time will be wasted if you watch it.

Watch anything else instead.
Someone wrote that this movie had talented cast however the terrible script let it down. Ummm. No. There was no talent. Nothing redeeming about this movie at all. Nothing that makes it bearable.
So maybe I'm not qualified (as I've only watched 5 minutes), but sometimes you just get a gut feeling that although it looks pretty awful - the acting is bad, the characters are ridiculous, the camera work is laughable - you simply know that it's not going to get any better.

So you head for IMDB and try to guess what the current rating is. I guessed 2 so was pretty close. I even checked the actor who was currently on screen and couldn't believe his profile: "Manny Perez is becoming one of the most recognized Latino Actors in Hollywood. He has embarked into the most pivotal steps in his career."

Really? It was his acting that made me stop watching.

So who writes the profile? Perhaps they are "fake profiles".
The film develops awkwardly in the beginning attempting to establish relationships. Linus Springer (Jonny Rees) is founder and CEO of Titan, a high tech software company, like Google on steroids. He has a number of young and teen app programmers and developers come work for his company. One such person is Jessie (Ashley Rickards) supposedly Linus' illegitimate daughter. Linus claims his absence as a father is what made Jessie strong..."A Boy Named Sue" philosophy that works better in a song than real life. Jesse has developed an app called "right click" that allows you to make some sort of on-line enemies list. It gets tied into Titan's network and it appears she has inadvertently created a "kill list" as people die around her.

The action takes place in a sparsely furnished neon/LED lit rooms. Not much cost for a set. Likewise the killings are in a small group. The problem with killer computer programs is that a person has to be somehow connected to be a victim and in this film it couldn't maintain that level past two people. Ashley plays the cynical daughter of a ruthless CEO who exhibits similar "coding." The film holds your interest for about an hour and then once things are revealed, the ending was severely anti-climatic.

Guide: No swearing or nudity. One sensual scene.
Wanted to turn off after first 5 mins ... thought I'd give it a chance.. BIG MISTAKE! I actually find it offensive they released this with the thought that it was good enough for people to view. whoever approved this needs to reevaluate their career choice.
This movie was terrible, I laughed every time she rolled her neck which happens like every 5 mins. The music feels awkward. Weird old school techno. All the stock footage of the city and timelapse do not fit. And the glitch effects are super annoying. A similar movie I found wayyy better was the Circle, with Hermione in it.
Seriously this is one of the worst movies I've ever watched in my life. It was so bad everything that I was just curious on how it could end up. The actors are terrible, seriously the worst acting so far. The protagonist is just embarrassing, at some point I thought it was a reality show in the movie and everything would have change but not, incredible! ???? I think the person who wrote the script just didn't know anything about technology, everything is explained in such a superficial way. No seriously if you are an actor just watch this movie to have a little ego moment and a laugh also!
The script was atrocious and completely ruined what could have been a somewhat interesting film. Aside from the plot, the set design was sparse and unbelievable.