In Real Life is a new British film about life online. It focuses on how teens use technology, and is apparently very critical.
The linked Guardian article emphasizes a classic set of complaints, starting with sex. Internet porn has corrupted the burgeoning sexuality of teenagers, it claims. There's a Lanier-like worry abour corporations exploiting our intellectual labor. And a Turkle-ish complaint about a decline in interpersonal communications.
There's an interesting angle about childish language:
the concept of the cloud was another great piece of airy obfuscation on the part of the internet corporations, who like to peddle the childlike and the playful in the way that banks used to flog you credit cards called Smile and Egg and Marbles and Goldfish, to encourage you not to think too hard about the small print (what could possibly go wrong?)
Note that the film's anxieties lead directly to government policy: "Regulation might be part of the answer, she believes..."