The best social documents on film do more than show you what's wrong in the world – they make it personal. Bully does that with a passion. show more
The film's power is undercut by its narrow geographic focus, which seems to associate bullying with conservative or working-class areas in red states. The filmmakers could easily have found similar cases involving the children of urban sophisticates. show more
An intimate reflection on the bullying epidemic that makes its points quietly and succinctly. show more
As a victim turned bully as a kid, all I can suggest is for parents to stop letting TV and video games raise you children. Teach them to stand up for themselfs this nation of women behaving boys and boy like girls is disgusting, Unexceptible and detrimental to their upbringing. In other words fight fire with fire. Your kid is being teased buy him/her headphones to block the noise teased on internet tell your kid to stay off the site thats bringing them down. If your kid is so sick from whats going on at home and school that the child commits suicide. Wtf does bullying have to do with that? Depression is a sickness a desease that should be made into a doumentury not ******* that run home and kill themselfs I have no sympathy for cowards and non fighting victims. Defend your honor children and live a goodlife. Bless the kids who hold there own like mine. Try bulling my kids they wil kick your ass!! No soft kids in this house. Sorry for the kids whos parents are sooo busy they don\'t know their own children.
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I recently saw the movie BULLY. As a victim of bullying and as an educator, this movie was incredible from the beginning. I think everyone needs to see this film and get involved in putting an end to bullying. This is my review of the film... BULLY right away takes its audience to the heart of the problem, showing that when nothing is done about bullying it can end in tragedy. This eye-opening documentary shows how five kids, along with their families, have been victims of bullying during the 2009-2010 school year. From the first scene viewers see how harmful bullying is and as the documentary progresses audiences get a glimpse of what bullying looks like, how it is ignored and how it changes the lives of those effected. BULLY is a must-see film for educators, parents, and students and bullying, needs to be stopped!