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When is enough ... enough? Ever since they can remember, Pyper, Catie, and Lemzel have been ostracized from the rest of their peers. Pyper, especially, has been constantly bullied by their ultimate nemesis Natalie since they were all five years old. After years of watching this abuse, Pyper's friends Catie and Lemzel have finally decided that the continuous hazing has to stop... but at what price? Written by
Darren J. Butler
"greatest movie ever made"? What a crock. Darren Butler couldn't make a good movie if his life depended on it. This movie was stupid. I couldn't believe i even spent my hard earned money on this pathetic piece. I just feel so sorry for all the once possible careers Darren has now destroyed because he thinks he can do something.
When I think of "greatest movie ever made", I'm thinking "Citizen Kane", "Network", "Ben-Hur", "Star Wars", "Toy Story". A movie can only be considered for the "greatest movie ever made" category when it has made a massive impact on film making as we know it. The only massive impact this movie made was the trauma to my head while I banged it against the wall for buying this piece of crap.
A word for Darren Butler, go away. You're ruining things just by trying to be something you certainly can't be. Please PLEASE please stop!
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