Drama • 2011 • 1 hr 30 min
Powerful telling that words can hurt and the power they hold
This is a good movie, it's really sad you might cry...and by the title you can probably assume what it's about
The subject matter isn’t funny but the acting is so melodramatic that even as a kid i found it humorous
It’s like they got too excited about making it that they actually forgot to write it and act it properly.
suicide is not funny. Emily Osment not being able to open a bottle of pills is funny.
My favorite part is where they say Facebook is for pussies and Cliquesters is more "Raw", like it's hardcore mode. I love this awful movie.
This film believes that because it has a message it is a good. It is not.
Watched this when I was younger and I didn't hate it but it definitely isn't one I will just throw on to watch again
The most hilarious lack of understanding of the digital world possible. I wish I had an Xbox laptop like hers lol
Such a heartbreaking television film with another important message to share
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