24 April 2019 | Platypuschow
Antisocial.app: Simply not as bad as the rating suggests
2.7 is where Killer App/Antisocial.app presently stands and that's absurdly low. Movies only usually hit that level when they're hyper low budget and awful or rooted in politics/propaganda. This isn't either, so where is the hate coming from?
With a competent cast lead by Ashley Rickards and Greg Ellis this little cyber thriller is far from good, but not a 2.7.
It tells the story of a group of tech-head kids who get the opportunity of a lifetime to showcase their ideas to the biggest tech company in the world. However when our leading lady is betrayed and her ideas stolen on this grand stage she takes drastic action against them.
The film is fairly stylish, the cast deliver and the idea isn't entirely terrible it's just poorly handled. In fact sadly you could say that about most aspects of the movie, especially the end. The film chunters along building itself up then hits you with a very underwhelming completely devoid of shock finale.
This is one of those generic 90 minute thrillers you can do a lot worse than so in this guys opinion it's not deserving of such a crazily low rating. Make no mistake though this is light on originality and entertainment.
Ashley Rickards and Greg Ellis