A Girl Like Her

Movie review by Sandie Angulo Chen, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 12+

Bullying drama is disturbing but should spark conversation.

PG-13 2015 94 minutes

Parents say

age 13+

Based on 8 reviews

Kids say

age 13+

Based on 21 reviews

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age 10+

Good message

To be honest this movie made me cry a lot there was no kissing , no other things like that , Just cussing For all of those who are emotional, this movie will make you cry especially at the end , I will definitely recommend watching this movie , it gives a very good message , To don't bully , because you might make someone do something very very bad , Like suicide.

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age 16+

Glorifies suicide

This film should be renamed as "13 Reasons Why's Little Sister", just the same it glorifies suicide as a form of vengeance against one's bullies and delivers a how to commit the act. The only good thing from the entire the film was the line said by a teacher, "you do not get to come back." If your child wants to watch this, talk about it with them. Not recommended for someone without decent critical thinking skills.

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