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Girl Fight

4.7 out of 5 stars 31 customer reviews

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Based on a true story, Girl Fight, starring Emmy-winning actress Anne Heche and James Tupper (Men In Trees), tells the harrowing tale of Haley, a studious and responsible young woman who desperately wanted to be part of her school's "in" crowd. After some of Haley's new "friends" discover negative remarks she made about them on social media sites, the girls take revenge by viciously beating Haley, then boasting about the event online. Instead of showing remorse, the girls post a shocking video of the beating on the Internet, sending Haley's life into a downward spiral, with profound damage made to her self-esteem and social well-being.


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  • Actors: Anne Heche, James Tupper, Jodelle Ferland, Tess Atkins, Keely Purvis
  • Directors: Stephen Gyllenhaal
  • Writers: Benita Garvin
  • Producers: Lifetime
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    NR
    Not Rated
  • Studio: A&E HOME VIDEO
  • DVD Release Date: April 17, 2012
  • Run Time: 88 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B005YFGJFG
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #28,261 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By K. Harris HALL OF FAMETOP 100 REVIEWER on November 9, 2011
Format: DVD
In the world of Lifetime movies, there are two basic genres. ONE: A woman or girl triumphing over hardship, adversity, or abuse in a tough, but life affirming, "based on real incidents" TV docudrama. And TWO: The prurient "ripped from the headline" scandal or crime story that borrows from real cases and wallows in distasteful dramatic recreations. 2011's "Girl Fight" is a film that has the lucky distinction of representing both of these types in its unpleasant tale of high school viciousness in the age of celebrity. You have a certain expectation, or at least I do, when approaching such material. I expected this presentation to delight in its sensationalistic case even as it taught important life lessons. And, in fact, it doesn't disappoint in this regard. Where "Girl Fight," however, really stands apart is in its earnest performances and unblinking recounting of the crime. The brutal beating of the main character is viewed repeatedly in the film's second half and watching these sequences (and how others react to them) packs a real emotional and visceral punch. As much as I want to be skeptical, I can't deny the impact of these harrowing moments and that really elevates "Girl Fight" beyond the norm.

"Girl Fight" begins much like any other high school movie. Haley (Jodelle Ferland) is a bright but unpopular girl that scorns the mean girl clique while secretly yearning to be a part of it all. When given an opportunity to befriend the group's professed queen, she drops her current BFF for a new life of glamour and excitement. Strangely, however, the two girls actually seem good for one another. Others in the popular pack are less accommodating and when they discover some of the things Haley has said about them in the past, it sets a course for retribution.
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This movie I saw a few years back and I watched on True Movie Thursday as Lifetime has some weekly themes. They have True movies on all day Thursday. This was one of the movies that came on and it blew me away. I am a huge true movie fan and find out a lot of events and news stories that went on through these movies. This was a based on a video that went viral years ago and ended up news channels because of the disturbing things taking place of multiple girls beating up this one small girl.

The story shows the harsh and terrible things that some bullies are capable of doing and emotionally damaging to young girl. It's sad to thing that some girls are as cruel as in this movie but it's very true. Amazing acting,story,and so happy to finally own it.
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In the world of Lifetime movies, there are two basic genres. ONE: A woman or girl triumphing over hardship, adversity, or abuse in a tough, but life affirming, "based on real incidents" TV docudrama. And TWO: The prurient "ripped from the headline" scandal or crime story that borrows from real cases and wallows in distasteful dramatic recreations. 2011's "Girl Fight" is a film that has the lucky distinction of representing both of these types in its unpleasant tale of high school viciousness in the age of celebrity. You have a certain expectation, or at least I do, when approaching such material. I expected this presentation to delight in its sensationalistic case even as it taught important life lessons. And, in fact, it doesn't disappoint in this regard. Where "Girl Fight," however, really stands apart is in its earnest performances and unblinking recounting of the crime. The brutal beating of the main character is viewed repeatedly in the film's second half and watching these sequences (and how others react to them) packs a real emotional and visceral punch. As much as I want to be skeptical, I can't deny the impact of these harrowing moments and that really elevates "Girl Fight" beyond the norm.

"Girl Fight" begins much like any other high school movie. Haley (Jodelle Ferland) is a bright but unpopular girl that scorns the mean girl clique while secretly yearning to be a part of it all. When given an opportunity to befriend the group's professed queen, she drops her current BFF for a new life of glamour and excitement. Strangely, however, the two girls actually seem good for one another. Others in the popular pack are less accommodating and when they discover some of the things Haley has said about them in the past, it sets a course for retribution.
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This is an average made-for-TV emotional drama. Production values are high, Anne Heche gives her usual infuriated woman performance. It will hold your attention. The lead actress is pretty bad, just in over her head and lacking the acting tools to give a convincing performance. The script is full of cliches and trite language, the story full of stereotypes. The ending - which I understand was inspired by a true story - is infuriating. Not holding thugs accountable is NOT the mark of a civilized society, it's the mark of a naive one, and it's ultimately self-destructive. This lack of mature insight into violent crime and legal accountability makes the film play like a liberal-progressive propaganda piece. You're warned.
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SPOILER ALERT! Right now if Anne Heche were reading this herself I would tell her what an incredibly amazing actress she is. This is definitely a five star film and more than anyone else Anne Heche is the star here. When she spoke so eloquently in court I cried buckets of tears. I did so because I was happy she both defended her daughter and also listened to her. This is based on a true story and I believe the outcome was just. More importantly by far one can only hope lessons are to be learned about bullying and the damage it does. If anyone wants to see Anne Heche in another incredibly outstanding dramatic role see please Return to Paradise, an amazing film I believe maybe was also based on a true story but I am not certain of that.
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