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Cyberbully

4.6 out of 5 stars 118 customer reviews

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Cyberbully follows Taylor Hillridge (Osment), a teenage girl who falls victim to online bullying, and the cost it takes on her as well as her friends and family.

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Product Details

  • Actors: Emily Osment, Kay Panabaker, Kelly Rowan
  • Directors: Charles Binam
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Anamorphic, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    PG-13
    Parents Strongly Cautioned
  • Studio: Discovery - Gaiam
  • DVD Release Date: February 7, 2012
  • Run Time: 87 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (118 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00652U72S
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,542 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By M. Mann on December 4, 2011
This was such a great movie. This epidemic is huge and can often lead to disastrous and terrible results and this movie absolutely captures that. When the main character receives a laptop for her birthday, she goes against her mothers wishes and joins a Facebook-esque website. Shortly after, a joke spirals out of control and rumors begin to fly. One rumor leads to another and soon she finds herself alone and the subject of cyberbullying.

The ending is positive, but the middle is what is truly horrifying. Certain moments felt like almost too much to watch and almost silly, despite knowing that this is exactly what is happening on the internet every day. That's what makes a movie like this so terrifying yet so honest. I absolutely loved this movie and would certainly recommend this. (Plus, they use "Breathe Me" by Sia in a crucial scene!)
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I cannot believe there are only 3 reviews for this movie (as of March 21 anyway). EVERYONE needs to see this movie. No mainstream releases for movies lacking huge special effects, even when they are important, I guess.

This movie was definitely important. It was hard to watch, but that was because it was so accurate. If you've never been bullied, you'll probably think it's silly and overdramatic, but it's not. As the bully admits at the end, when you do it online, you don't even realize you're doing it. It doesn't seem real. It's just a computer screen. You can't see the person you're hurting. You can't see the pain in their eyes or the hurt on their face. And that's why cyberbullying has become so prevalent. Cowards do it. People who would never have the guts to say something to someone's face have no problem saying something to an inexpressive computer screen. And they have no idea the damage they cause. And the victims have no recourse. You can't go to the police with internal bruising. As it stated at the end of the movie, just over half the states now have laws that help with cyberbulling. But they only help, they don't actually punish the bullies or efectively stop it. And they presently only deal with minors. Adults can be bullied too and there are apparently no laws at all dealing with that yet.

I'd recommend this movie be shown in schools, but I imagine a lot of kids would laugh at it if it were shown in a group setting. Parents should show it to their kids individually, maybe. I think a lot of adults would benifit from watching it as well.
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I bought this movie as part of my research for my middle school's new character education program. As an 8th grade teacher, this is a great movie for my students. While it contains a lot of derogatory name-calling based on false allegations of promiscuity, the situations depicted are quite realistic.

I expected this movie to be of mediocre quality, but I was pleasantly surprised at how well-done it was. Worthy purchase!
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The movie almost perfectly reflects how Cyberbullying begins and spreads. When Taylor first gets her laptop everything is fine but when her brother hacks her account and posts an inappropriate post as a joke the chaos begins. A lot of bullying cases related to suicide indeed start this way with a mistake such as an inappropriate post, a bad haircut, or even a rumor it's where the bullying begins. Over the rest of the film as I said before the story shows almost perfectly the bullying circle the almost being the fact that the events are accelerated what normally transpires over a few months or even years is done over a few weeks but that is to be expected. I would also to compliment the cast for coming up with a way to demonstrate what I call bullying beyond the grave without killing anyone this being the comments on Taylor's suicide video.
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This is a great and educational movie. It is sad but realistic. Most people (including myself) have became cyber bully victims over nonsense. I love this movie and I hope kids will learn that words can greatly affect others
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This movie is a based off a true story about Megan Mier who committed suicide after her neighbor (a mother of her friend) disguised herself online as a cute boy, trying to get information about what Megan thought of her daughter. The movie directors did a great job of creating a realistic story that spoke to teens of today. I've seen many negative comments from adults saying this story isn't relevant and that the acting was bad. That couldn't be further than the truth. As a viewer you feel like you are walking in the shoes of the main character who is being cyberbullies...and yes...she is a typical teen. We used this movie during our schools anti-cyberbullying week. The feedback from students was that this movie was "realistic", "something they have seen before in real life", "touching". It's a great way to teach students about online safety, awareness, standing up for your friends, and "being the change" in an internet age. It's a great conversation starter and visual way to teach your kids (or parents). Megan's mom also came to our school to speak to students and parents. It was extremely powerful and informative, teaching about both bullying and cyberbullying. Excellent movie!
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