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A film based on the true-life murder of Bobby Kent. Kent, a Hollywood, Florida teenager was murdered by his own circle of friends once they tired of being bullied by him.
With its lingering shots of naked teenage bodies, Bully feels more sordidly exploitative than realistic.
...an exploitation teen movie in the pejorative sense of the word.
A bit long and repetitive.
hose involved in the real life story this film is based on should be disgusted -- for both sides were truly cheated out of the respect they deserved.
Much too concerned with flashing nude scenes of its barely legal cast to make a point or unfold a story.
An extremely disturbing tale of escalating peer pressure.
Thanks, Larry Clark, for this festering little slice of suburban life: a perfect respite from 2001's summer of predictable Hollywood programming.
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.
'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.
A brutal, though darkly humorous film.
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