A mother and her daughter confront the intimidation of teen peer pressure and the emotionally brutalizing social rituals of high school. A well-adjusted teenager becomes depressed when ... See full summary »
Cassie's life changes when she moves and attends a high school ruled by the most beautiful girl in school, Priscilla, and her beautiful sidekicks. Priscilla immediately takes a dislike to ... See full summary »
A mother/daughter relationship is thrown off balance when the mother (Marcia Gay Harden) discovers that her "good girl" daughter (Alexis Dziena) is part of a group who are engaging in ... See full summary »
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The story is about Amber, a mean popular girl who gets electrocuted and dies and is not allowed to enter into heaven unless she helps the least popular girl in school become Prom Queen within a week, but things do not go as planned.
This documentary is a portrait of middle and high school students Gavin, Megan and Shawna, and explores the devastating effects of an emerging epidemic sweeping the nation: cyberbullying. ... See full summary »
Teen girl Taylor Hillridge gets a a laptop for her birthday and signs up on a social networking site. She starts to feel alone as her friends ostracize her and she falls victim to cyberbullying. Written by
When Taylor is making her Cliquesters account, she is reading the questions to fill out on her profile. She reads the questions out loud, and one asks,"What color underwear are you wearing?" However, when Taylor reads it out loud she says,"What KIND of underwear are you wearing?" See more »
Taylor's phone changes throughout the movie. You can tell by the camera lens on the back. See more »
I get it, people want to take on a popular topic so they can make tons of money. The problem is, this film is so poorly executed that I couldn't take this film seriously in the slightest.
So this film's about some teenager who has no problem mocking people, but if somebody mocks her, she starts crying. Get used to it, because you will be putting up with her for the duration of this abomination. There is even a scene where she talks to someone who has been mocked for being gay. She blows hims off, due to him actually being gay. Are we seriously supposed to have sympathy for this character?
I could mock this film for all of the laughably bad scenes, but I would be beating a dead horse by doing so. I'm certainly not the only one who sees how terrible this film is. The idea that anybody has taken this film seriously seems like a sick joke.
Cyberbully is not worth your time, unless you want a few cheap laughs.
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