I doubt that anyone out there intends to see Unfriended, but if you do, I hear Mr. T in the background shouting, "I pity the fool!" Ugh, it is infuriating. The entire 88-minute movie is comprised of watching five teens' computer screens as they chat across Facebook, Skype and play accompanying iTunes.
Plot-wise, the movie is a modern take on Agatha Christie's 1965 Ten Little Indians, a whodunit in which the cast shrinks and each individual strives to discover the murderer in the midst.
I will now lament my missing $8.50, as will another 2M viewers, bringing the current box office take to $17M and some change.