Based on 172 votes and 61 reviews
This movie brought back so many fond memories of high school. My principal always said high school was the best time of your life and he wasn't lying.
i didn't want it to end!!!!
excellent movie...good message
everyone should see this movie. it'll open your eyes to a serious problem. this film is a must for all teenagers
hard-hitting and heart-wrenching.
time appropriate. this day and age needs to see this.
very touching, hopefully lots of kids will watch it and learn from it
the reviews are so right, everyone should see this important movie.
i learned alot about a problem that i have not really experienced.
i think they should show this in every school
perfect for schools and the entire family
an absolute must-see, provocative and riveting examination of the bullying phenomenon! kudos to the producers for making this film (and to canada for not sticking it with an "x" rating!)
kids should watch this and learn from their mistakes.
good movie to see for all...a lesson to be learn and remember...
well done movie, very sad to see what happen in the world these days.
any thing that reveals what goes on in our schools or to and from school needs to be shown . it is really bad when it takes something drastic to make us all sit up and notice and stand up for our children. great job
a movie well needed in this time of bullying.
not very good
the most fun i've had at the movies in years!
this documentary is fantastic, one day i really hope they allow it to be played at the schools. it would be a great eye opener for children.
this movie is heartbreaking but very real, a must see for any family with children in school.
very heartbreaking and factual movie. excellent for the problems occurring now.
detailing the effects of bullying on 5 families the movie is heart wrenching and at times uplifting.
go see it, or else
i think this should be made mandatory viewing, especially in the schools where bullying seems to slip under the radar more frequently
a powerful film = a must watch!
this is the movie every kid should see (maybe adults too). some kids are very cruel, especially if they find somebody who doesn't know how to defend himself/herself. this movie should be shown in all schools.
very moving. i cried with empathy for the torment of the children, i cheered when alex held the vice-principal accountable , i seethed with rage at the ineffectual adults.
i came away entertained.
disappointing; the movie is more about the people being bullied than the bullies themselves.
great flick! can't wait to see it again!
absolutely loved this movie! it's like the hunger games only much more real!
the real hunger games!
if only real life was like this!
reminded me of my bodyguard with chris makepeace.
for those you have never been bullied, your lucky. i myself was bullied from grade 1 all the way to grade 12. each day i would face someone or a bunch of kids either kicking, hitting, pulling my hair, belittle eg. (call me a fleebag, dogface, stupid, retard, ugly, and the list goes on). i remmeber one winter day, i was on my way home from school and a bunch of girls jumped me. they shoved snow, rocks, into my mouth. knocked me on consious. a lady found me and call ems, i'm lucky to be alive. by the time i finished grade 12 those kids had made myself esteem so much in the toilet. i didn't even want to live anylonger. so for you that think bullying is so funny think again. its not and you bu