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In a world of excitement and pleasure, that story tells about William, a dark teenager. That story began when William decided to open an online chat room where he would meet four other teenagers to manipulate them. In the end, it seems that William uses these teenagers for his own purposes by getting them to share their secrets and use that knowledge against them, which is surprising to everyone.
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Financial Times
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December 22, 2010

The gimmick is so poorly conceived that we spend most of the film converting what we are being shown into what is actually going on. It isn't worth the effort.
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Guardian
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December 23, 2010

The film finally fizzles into feeble melodrama, with all the power of an old episode of Grange Hill.
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Guardian
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December 27, 2010

Unfortunately the scenes set in the real world (the locations include Camden Lock and the London Zoo) are stilted and unconvincing, while those in the chatrooms become increasingly tedious.
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ViewLondon
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December 22, 2010

Poorly written and badly acted, Chatroom squanders its only decent idea early on and rapidly descends into a shallow-minded, lifeless thriller that fails to engage on any level whatsoever.
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Scotsman
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December 27, 2010

Nakata - here making his English language debut - fails to drum up much in the way of tension from the plot's hoky attempt to exploit fears about the existence of online suicide clubs.
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London Evening Standard
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December 24, 2010

Director Hideo "The Ring" Nakata never connects with the script (by Enda Walsh, adapting from his own play).
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Time Out
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December 21, 2010

'The Social Network' and 'Catfish' prove there are ripe films to be made on the dark side of web connectivity, but this is the rotten apple of the bunch.
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Radio Times
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December 23, 2010

Plausible chills are offset by the film's clumsy youth-movie trimmings, which, through lurid visuals and ripe overacting by its largely unknown cast, drain most of the suspense and interest...
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Daily Telegraph (UK)
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December 24, 2010

Pantomimic dialogue, stagey sets and underwritten characters render this instantly obsolescent.
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Shadows on the Wall
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December 23, 2010

There's a great idea here, but this awkward and dated film struggles to bring the cyberspace experience to life in the form of a gritty teen thriller.
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Common Sense Media
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May 20, 2014

Shallow, violent movie could spark teen discussion.
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Daily Mirror (UK)
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December 24, 2010

A movie of utter, unspeakable, hideous awfulness. A movie that makes you want to prise open your brain and scoop out all memory of having watched it.
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