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.
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.
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 »
When Taylor is dumped at the side of the road by Sammi, we see the license plate of her Jeep Cherokee. In a later shot, at the school, the girls pass by a Subaru Forester with the same plate as Sammi's Jeep. See more »
As many fellow IMDb users have said, this film shows cyberbullying in a completely unrealistic and over-exaggerated way. The entire concept of the movie is laughable. The acting is dreadful. It fits into almost every modern cliché.
Only reason this monstrosity doesn't get a 1 is due to its reasonable moral that it attempts to teach, and it has apparently done its job to some extent.
Overall, there are much better films that successfully grasp the concept of online bullying. If your intent is to teach others or learn yourself about the consequences of cyberbullying through film, look elsewhere immediately. If you want a good movie to laugh at, this is a good choice.
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