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February 20, 2013
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
August 16, 2012
I want to see it or own the DVD, where can I get it?
May 15, 2012
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
May 01, 2012
This documentary could've been so much better. Big deal ************** three families with kids who were bullied. The filmmaker could've gone further and shown bullying in other countries. Or, they could've shown bullying from a teachers' point of view in addition to the parents'. It really didn't have anything new to say that you could've read in Time magazine.
April 28, 2012
A must see for all students and parents.
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The Hollywood Reporter
An intimate reflection on the bullying epidemic that makes its points quietly and succinctly. Full Review
The New York Times
Bully forces you to confront not the cruelty of specific children - who have their own problems, and their good sides as well - but rather the extent to which that cruelty is embedded in our schools and therefore in our society as a whole. Full Review
This intimate, straightforward, often wrenching portrait of five families dealing with bullying and its aftermath doesn't hold many surprises at a time when such campaigns as "It Gets Better" and special programming on kids' cable networks are bringing the issue to the fore. Full Review
All I can add to the discussion is the fervent hope that any parents, teachers, administrators or students who see it will immediately start clamoring for it to be shown at their next PTA meeting. Full Review
Bully forces audiences to face actions that are unthinkable, inexcusable and excruciatingly sad. It offers no solutions, only the testimony of brave youths. Full Review