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Bully

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According to his cruelty and abuse he does to his friends, Bobby, a silly and powerful guy, who is always annoys his friends, his friends under the leadership of Marty, make their mind to get rid of him, by murdering him, but once, they change their mind and think of the bad circumstances of their crime.
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CRITICS OF "Bully"
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Jurgen Fauth
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October 16, 2003

An extremely disturbing tale of escalating peer pressure.
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Felix Vasquez Jr.
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April 29, 2009

Much too concerned with flashing nude scenes of its barely legal cast to make a point or unfold a story.
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Peter Howell

August 17, 2001

Clark's probing camera leers, but it also reflects truth, providing visions of a hard reality most of us would be unable to comprehend and unwilling to face.
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Tom Grealis
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February 13, 2003

'Bully' demands attention for the way in which it forces us to watch and digest a dark slice of American society. American beauty this ain't.
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Liam Lacey

August 17, 2001

Neither killers nor victim are drawn from life, just from lurid teen-exploitation pictures past.
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Cole Smithey
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July 19, 2009

...an exploitation teen movie in the pejorative sense of the word.
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Loren King

September 14, 2001

The moral wasteland of suburban youth has been examined, earlier and better, in The River's Edge. Clark's leering leads nowhere: In Bully, he has nothing new to say, and, in the end, no real point to make.
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Emanuel Levy
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May 10, 2006

Clark is not a moralist, which is good, but he is not much of a dramatist either. You get the impression that the fascination with youth in his movies, just like in his photos, provides an excuse for voyeurism.
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James Berardinelli
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August 09, 2001

Exposes us to the true horror of what's going on in these kids' lives.
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Emily Blunt
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March 07, 2004

A bit long and repetitive.
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Carrie Rickey

September 06, 2001

Closer to teen pornography than to teen tragedy.
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Jane Sumner

August 02, 2001

Attention must be paid, because this story of middle-class suburban teens who murder one of their own is all true.
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