Jessica Burns enlists the help of her best friend, Brian, in order to document the relentless harassment she's received from her former friend, Avery Keller, one of South Brookdale High School's most popular students.
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.
Dawn Cottrell (Peterson) seems like a typical sixteen-year-old girl, but she has a very dangerous secret. Unable to express her true feelings, whenever Dawn is upset she grabs a knife and cuts herself.
Katie (Lucy Hale) and Sara (Phoebe Strole) have been friends since childhood. They enter college together, where Katie is a prized legacy candidate for the Delta sorority, which was ... See full summary »
After a blurred trauma over the summer, Melinda enters high school a selective mute. Struggling with school, friends, and family, she tells the dark tale of her experiences, and why she has chosen not to speak.
Teen girl Taylor Hillridge gets 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 »
The guy from YourMovieSucksDotOrg said it best "this movie gets a dumb out of ten". Out of all the terrible TV movies out there, this is the funniest. Also, anyone who calls Cyberbully's haters "dumb morons who support bullying" are the real idiots in this situation. Anyway, the acting is terrible, the drama is impossible to take seriously, and the script is absolutely atrocious. The writers clearly ignored the first rule of screen writing: show, don't tell. The main character is so stupid that whenever she's sad, I laugh. There are moments in this movie so hilariously awful, that I won't dare ruin them here. I only recommend this "film" to anyone who likes melodramatic schlock.
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