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Wow, I'm really pissed off that this film did not really touch on cyber bullying. In my opinion, the entire reason that bullying has gotten worse is because it doesn't just happen in school; it's intertwined with the home, thanks to the advent of social networking. There will always be bullies, and each kid has to decide for themselves to either stand up for themselves or to let it happen to them. Hell, I used to get picked on all the time for being 5'7" by the age of 10... until I started fighting back. If there is ANY solution, it is parental involvment; not with the school but with their own children. This, in itself, is another reason that pissed me off about this film; it spends its time wagging its finger at the schools without ever once saying, "Well maybe the parents of the bullies should do something about their piece of shit kid." Unless you want to make yourself feel like shit for a few hours, I wouldn't recommend this film at all really.
i have a friend nicest guy you'd meet he was bullied bad and everytime he went to the teachers everytime they did nothing until one day he went ape shit a broke arms and ribs and shit and didnt even get into trouble for it
Bullying is such an ambiguous topic on where the solutions lies.
I know self defense courses for kids helps them gain confidence and learn how to defend themselves: but not from an entire group of people. If the bully himself got his butt kicked he'd probably come by with his friends and beat the hell out of the person who did that to him.
Then there's the dumb ass parents who feel their kids are entitled to behave like kids and that 'sacking up' as well as 'boys will boys' is fine. Whatever doesn't kill you makes you stronger attitude.
To hell with beating up the bullies: I'd freaking go for their parents. Fuck with them and that bully will know you mean business. Of course lawsuits may result which is one of the many things holding back this issues.
It's just a no win situation. Either just take on the shit and get friends to help cope with it, or risk lawsuits and other punishments and actually deal with it up close and personal.
Still I love that youtube vid of that Australian kid picking up and plopping that little asshole on the pavement. Fuck you parents of that kid: the little shithead deserved it.
can anyone tell me SPOILER ALLOWED what happens to the lecbian girl in the movie? i don't want to watch it i already watched bully the moviei don't want to watch a movie that talks about what i know already without bringing any solution. so what happens to that lesbian girl who didn't want to leave town?
a 19 yo girl told me once that she and her friends spread rumors about a guy and kept him from fucking the entire HS years.and she was proud of it.
years from now, whenher 4 yo goes missing and that guy is a suspect.....
THIS MOVIE IS BULLSHIT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
@Kingzley - Fighting back doesn't always work, like for instance, if you're a short ass little, scrawny girl like me, it doesn't work. I still to this day don't believe I have enough confidence to throw a punch and expect much of a result. And in middle school, I was bullied by boys who were mostly athletes so... yeah it wasn't going to work. -_-
I preferred when people were told to fight back. I was the kid who got his ass kicked whenever he was bullied because I refused to take shit from others. I "fought" this one kid who was about 16 when I was 12 because he tried to take money from me. He took a chair to the face. I honestly think people being bullied should tell parents and teachers whats going on at least twice and if it still goes on beat the shit out of the bully.
I think the issue of cyberbullying is not too hard to solve. There are ways to block and ignore people who bully you online especially when you have friends and other people to hang out with. Someone bullying you on facebook? Block them and go play xbox with a friend. Someone harassing you through text? Go see a movie with your boys/girls. Idk, maybe I just dont see enough of it to think it is that big of a deal.
The other day, I saw a kid missing his bus. He looked like one of those special kids with some problems in their head and a few other things, but he's overall harmless. When the bus left without him, he started freaking out and to the side of my eye, I saw a group of kids laugh and giggling at his misery. A teacher was able to call the bus back, but seeing those kids laugh at him left a bad feeling in my stomach for the rest of day. I like schadenfreude as much as the next guy, but that's just wrong.
I feel ashamed to be a Teenager, to be associated with some of these freaks. I'd go on about my personal experiences, but that'd take too long. If I could sum it up quickly, Kids are Cruel and Teens are Monsters.
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