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Everybody's dream girl. One girl's nightmare. Based on a million true stories, a girllikeher follows 16-year-old Jessica and her hidden camera that documents the merciless bullying handed down by Avery, the most popular girl in school.
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Okay, although I'm a bonafide movie buyer and buff - I never write reviews as I've learned over the years that just because a movie gets 3 or 4 stars (or even 5 in some cases), it doesn't necessarily make them good. I couldn't help but leave a review for this movie. It just ended and I literally have tears in my eyes. This movie makes any adult feel like yanking every child aside and personally tying them to a chair making them watch this movie while hoping it has the same impact on them that it had on you. I must admit, I had a difficult time feeling sorry for the student that was actually doing the bullying. I'd really like to know what kind of legal consequences come with a situation like this (whether the victim lives or not) - if there aren't any, there most certainly should be. This movie was real, it was sad, it was powerful and made you love and want to strangle at the same time. Please watch it, teenagers should watch it.....it all starts with the parents. Thanks for taking the time to read my review.
Powerful movie. It's the story of a bully and her victim. You get both sides. Although it is just a fictional movie filmed in documentary style it definitely feels real to life. Anyone who has been bullied or witnessed it can relate to the movie. There are a few parts that waver a bit but in all it's a perfect movie for a parent or teacher to watch and maybe even for middle or high schoolers to watch as well (maybe during a class). This isn't an after school special. It's not some cheesy/glossed over lightly done take on the issue. That is not to say that it has anything R-rated, gruesome or grotesque or large violent scene in it. Not at all. At least not visually. It's all emotionally, the little by little, the very real harassment and gradual decline of a bullying situation. It's probably the best movie to be made on bullying (as of yet) and so I highly recommend it for those who want to understand a bit better what teens go through (and what drives some of them to suicide). You will feel the emotion of it by the end of the movie.
I watched this movie on my Apple TV. It is set up like a documentary and does a wonderful job of making it realistic. Without giving away too much of the movie, it is about bullying. What I really liked about this movie is that it gives a perspective from both sides. After the bully sees what she looks like when tormenting the victim, she cries. I work with a lot of teenagers and I ordered this movie to share it with them. Bullying is so rampant in all of our schools that anything to prevent It is worth the effort. While many schools have a zero tolerance policy, many of these incidents are not reported due to fear on the victim side. What would the bully or do to them if they were reported. Many times teachers know what's going on but are afraid to intervene for the same reason. They are afraid of what would be done to the victim. We have got to stop letting these children run the schools. Well zero tolerance is a novel idea, maybe a one warning would be more realistic. Of course the bully is pretty and popular and has several friends surrounding her at all times. Whereas the victim, has one friend. Another realistic spin on this is that the bully and the victim were friends for many years before the drama of high school started. This movie have my attention from the very beginning to the very end. You will need tissues.
I hate to give this movie an "I love it" rating because I didn't LOVE this movie, but I would give it 5 stars.
I watched this movie, and I had to take a bit to process the message, and the affect. It's a hard movie to watch, but I highly recommend it for any parent--especially if your kids are entering junior high and high school. (I would even recommend that they watch it with you.)
There is a dialogue that all parents need to have with their children and feel safe about it. Especially in this day-in-age, and this movie really touches on it. It's a docu-drama. The actors are portraying a situation, but not a situation that is uncommon.
I do not have children of my own, but I think that we can all relate to this movie on some level. I reflected on how I treated some people through primary school and high school, and I am not proud, and profoundly apologetic. I also reflected on times that I was on the receiving end, and how I dealt with that.
This is really an important film. Watch it through the credits.
Reviewed in the United States on September 22, 2019
WOW! What a great very emotional documentary about bulling and cyber-bulling in schools and at home. I believe there two reasons why kids bully other kids. Number one - if parents who bully their kids at home they will bully someone at school because their parents are doing it to them. Number two - They bully kids because their insecure and there is something going on inside. And that was the reason for Audrey in this true shocking story. It's sad to what Jessica did to herself. It effects everybody around her. I think the schools are very blind to what's happening around them. They are responsible for these kids who go to school and getting away with bullying. It's about the kids, not about them. I think the schools need to watch this (Yes, including teachers and principles too) story. It was the greatest documentary film ever made.
I just watched this. This...this is the sort of film that should be shown in the classroom of every school. It should be mandatory at the beginning of the year for ALL freshmen. So that they can learn the consequences of bullying are dire. This movie is just...it has such an emotional impact. I was in tears. Kids these days sadly go past 'emotional and verbal bullying' now its almost always physical. not only that when it does get physical its usually a GANG of children physically beating on another child. I have heard so many stories ...and some worse then this one. This movie will make you cry. make you angry. make you very upset. and it should. because these situations happen far to frequently.
I liked this film, I watched it before but I wanted to owned it bc I think it’s important to share this movie to everyone, even kids, regardless if the swearing. More younger, more kids will understand not to bully. I showed it to my little brother who is almost 8, and I told him not to bully and what he should do if he sees a bully, this really touched him, he cried. This is a strong movie everyone needs to see, kids, teens and adults!
4.0 out of 5 starsAbwicklung superschnell und zuverlässig!
Reviewed in Germany on December 25, 2017
Der einzige Nachteil: Für DVD Player in Europa nicht abspielbar. Läuft nur auf Regionalcode USA. Musste auf dem PC den Regionalcode für USA hinterlegen, dann ging es wenigstens auf dem PC. Dieser Movie ist sehr zu empfehlen. Regt zum Nachdenken an.