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By referring to this movie as a film, you are insulting filmmakers and any movie with any effort put into it whatsoever. This movie has absolutely no redeeming qualities whatsoever, as it consists of abysmal acting, poor directing, and in my opinion, the worst drama script I have ever read in my entire life. Every single last person involved in this project should be ashamed of their involvement in this and perhaps their existence altogether. This is one of the worst movie experiences ever, and possibly one of the worst experiences ever. It's that bad. To describe this movie in a sentence: It's like an alien came down from space and had five days to make a movie about what a human teenage life is like. Looking back, it's hard to think of a single line that had any substance to it or any realism. Every single last character is cliché and reacts in ways that no human being should. Usually, a movie has a few drawbacks, such as a poor performance by a single actor or a single plot-hole, but literally every single thing about this movie is bad, and I have never said this about any movie ever before. It's just mindless blabbering, stirring up petty melodrama, hoping for someone to watch it with no frame of reference to any human conversation ever. The only acceptable thing about this abomination is that the leading actress's performance is passable, which is perhaps a miracle, considering the lines she was given might as well have been written by a retarded fish. That is honestly the nicest thing I can say about this movie. The only chance there is of me recommending someone else to rent this is so that I can tell them to throw that copy of the film into a furnace and destroy it. You can find a better movie anywhere else on the planet. You can combine all of Uwe Boll's deleted scenes from all of his movies, and it would probably make more sense than 'Cyberbully'. Never before have I seen a movie so horrible in every way. The only movie I can think of that comes close to being as bad as this is 'Disaster Movie', but that's because it tries to be bad. I recommend you go your entire life without watching 'Cyberbully', and you should also warn your friends and neighbors against it as well.
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