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The most strong documentaries are those that speak for themselves. They allow their topics do the talking and lead the film. This is, by far, Bully's best strength. This strong doc. says the storyline of few various families who encounter bullying in various ways. We follow a several families dealing with suicides as a effect of bullying, one family whose son is dealing with bullying on an daily basis, and one family whose daughter is in youth behavioral detention from having brought a gun onto a bus. Every storyline is a different, strong facet of bullying and the adventure is moving and heart breaking. At the center, however, is the main argument that not enough is being done by the adults to prevent bullying.As stated, the movie is said by it's subjects. We witness the bullying that occurs first hand, follow the topics in their daily lives, and see first hand the divide between the children who are bullied and the adults who either do nothing or are unaware of the problem. Another parents deal with the loss of their kid through suicide stemmed from bullying and their efforts to change the school systems and law enforcement that ignore the problem. Like any nice film, and documentary for that matter, we have our heroic underdogs and our villains. In this case, our heroes are the bullied and our villains are those behind the broken system that allows bullying to continue. One girl in particular displays aptly the true trouble and does so with finesse. I will say, by the end of the movie, you'll wish to punch her in the face for being such a....well, I can't test that word in this review.The tragedies in this movie are supplemented by a handful of moments that really grab at you. From hearing a boy who lost his son test politics as an example to a confrontation in the aforementioned woman's office, the movie has a nice arc about it. We root for change to happen and for these children lives to improve, for there to be hope, and there is. Even though the tragedies are rough and even a bit tough to watch at times, we are rewarded with the hope of better days and an improvement. As someone who was a victim of bullying and has known many others to also be victims of bullying, it's refreshing to see that folks are standing up all over the globe and attempting to do something about it. To tell that this movie is necessary is just touching on what it means for this doc to be made.That isn't to tell the movie is perfect. Far from it, there's a lot that should have been done. First, the movie isn't especially well rounded. We don't receive the opposite mission of view. Having some of the bullies interviewed would have been a bit interesting I think. It would have also been great to see some bullies and bullied as adults and what they think. The movie also doesn't really look at anything beyond the instant situation. We don't receive any statistical informations about bullies or a large variation on the kinds of bullying that occurs. We are simply presented with a several not so special victims. Perhaps it was simply the filmmakers intention to present us a broken system and those trying to change it, but I would have preferred more variety, however, in the presentation of this problem.Beyond this, the movie is truly great. I can't stress the importance enough of this documentary. With all that goes on in this country these days, it's simple to overlook how necessary this matter is and how vital it is for the adults involved to place an end to bullying. Especially strong are the numerous stories of kid suicides which reinforce the importance of the issue. I'd even go so far as to tell this documentary could be mandated watching for schools. If you have children, search a method for them to see this film. It is one of the most necessary movies of our time.
We saw this at the LA Movie festival (we are large festival goers) and really enjoyed it. In fact, I was surprised there weren't a lot of reviewers here. There was a packed crowd where I saw it. It's sad that we really don't address the trouble of bullying until the fresh millennium but people could see this or at least present it in schools. We hear from parents whose child committed suicide as a effect of bullying and another children who were bullied and how tiny is done about this problem. In this day and age when everyone gets a trophy and everyone is seemingly pampered, how can children still have this happen to them? A well done movie with a some brave kids.
Bully is a movie that required to be made. I trust at one mission in time we were bullied, some of us were bullies, and most of us were been a bystander to bullying. For years, we've seen fictional characters be bullied in many Hollywood productions, that provided audiences with simple, relatable, and moderately effective entertainment. The characters were familiar, the plots were conventional, but we laughed, liked the characters, and wanted them to succeed more often than not. Never have we seen bullying in its rawest form, and capturing that on movie is one of the hardest, most emotion-testing things one should do with the art form.In the documentary, we follow around five folks from all across the U.S. who have encountered bullying in some method or shape in their school. In Oklahoma, we meet openly gay Kelby Johnson, a down to world youth who has been outcast for her sexual orientation. She has a tight bond with her friends, including her girlfriend, but private feelings of inferiority and the looming thought that she'll never be like everyone else has lead her to test to take her life three times. It is a bit sad her storyline couldn't have been elaborated more. The topics of gay bullying could've been a documentary on its own.In Mississippi, teenager Ja'Meya Jackson pulled a loaded gun on a bus full of students, enraged and harm at the fact that she had been bullied for months and not a single person had taken action. She didn't slay anyone, but her life has changed greatly since the event. In Iowa, we meet Alex Libby, a socially awkward loner, victim to verbal and physical abuse on his school bus for a face resembling a fish. He is a quiet soul, bottling up his rage and hatred for folks and coldly says the camera "sometimes I wish to become the bully." The another two children's stories are said through their parents, because they committed suicide for continuing arrogance to the problem. Kirk and Laura Smalley, parents of their late son Ty who took his life at the tender age of eleven, have started an organization named "Stand for the Silent" in hopes that folks will speak out for those who aren't. The fifth man is the deceased Tyler Long, who killed himself at seventeen because of ongoing torment for his low appearance and uninvolved athletic status.As a documentary, Bully is a surface-scratcher, going for an expansive view on the issue, rather than a deep, moving one. It manages to pull in a number of various souls who have been victim to harsh, uncalled for treatment, but never seems to discover them to the lvl of depth that we'd like. We also, never receive a look at the another side of the road, from a bully's perspective. Why does one bully? Why does one take pride in hurting another people? And does their homelife really have anything to do with it, or do they just play the pain and torment his victim feels? Bully paints the trouble as one with no feasible solution another than to police the grounds carefully and intricately.Bully has also been garnering a plethora of controversy surrounding the MPAA's decision to stamp the movie with an R-rating. Director Lee Hirsch stated by doing that, the movie would then be out of reach to kids who the film is directly made for. This is other transport by the MPAA, made by fully tuning out the impact a movie like this should have, in exchange for sticking to old, worn, outdated disclaimers from an organization far too biased in their decision-making. The movie was released for two weeks with an "Unrated" rating, rejecting the MPAA's recommended rating, before the edited cut, the one actually in theaters, was released moderately theatrical with a several of f-words subtracted to test and garner more revenue and viewership.With that being said, the documentary is definitely worthy of recognition and is almost needed viewing for not only young children, but parents as well. It gives hope to the unlikely outcasts, which I have everytime enjoyed seeing, and it provides folks with the feeling that things are being done. For one, we are seeing a documentary on the trouble and organizations are being created to stop it. Things are getting done, but will the trouble be eliminated, is my question. Last year, I watched an ABC Family film named Cyberbully, about a teen woman who was being harassed and attacked viciously on the web. Throughout the showing, commercials aired stating "stomp the bullying" and "delete the drama," but who really was paying attention? Are bullies going to look at a Tv movie and thing "what I'm doing is wrong, I could stop?" Most likely no. They will embrace it with a cold shoulder, ignoring its messages and its morals.I'm optimistic about the response for Bully, but as far as eliminating the degrading act, that would have to mean taking away peoples' feelings of inferiority and superiority to one another. That just can't be done. It's the painful side of the globe and human nature. Bully is the first documentary I have had the pleasure of seeing in theaters, and despite noticeable restrictions, it is a brave movie with a lot of heart, humanity, and soul. A bold and daring exercise that should change the method documentaries are produced. The MPAA should've debated that before seeking out the rubric for their tired policies.Starring: Alex Libby, Je'Maya Jackson, Kelby Johnson, Kirk Smalley, Laura Smalley, and Kim Lockwood. Directed by: Lee Hirsch.
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