This is a movie about an important subject - bullying and the acceptance of people who are, in some way, different to you. Unfortunately, the movie itself is very underwhelming. I'm glad it only lasted 90 odd minutes. I really wanted to enjoy this movie. I hoped to, perhaps, watch it with a lump in my throat and the need to reach for a tissue or two. I wanted to be challenged and inspired. Unfortunately, important as this message is, the story is told in such broad strokes that it comes across as preachy, emotionally manipulative and sometimes down right corny. That seems a funny thing to say because, surely this type of movie needs to preach and evoke emotion. It does, but it has to do so in the right way, in a way that doesn't make you feel manipulated. There is very little subtlety here, no cleverness or skill in the story telling that would let the message sneak up on you and hit you all the more powerfully because of its restraint. Instead you are presented with scenes that couldn't be more obvious if they had text running across the bottom of the screen saying, 'BE SAD NOW'; 'BE OUTRAGED NOW'; 'BE MOVED NOW'; 'BE INFORMED NOW' etc etc As a result the message, the important message is diminished and I am really disappointed about that. I would like to recommend this movie, but, honestly, I can't.