These are my favorite picks for movies like Cyberbully. Keep in mind that the list is in no particular order. Enjoy the recommendations.
Greta (Hilary Duff) is seventeen, a bright and beautiful young woman. However, she is also rebellious as a consequence of her turbulent home life. Pushed aside by her mother, Karen (Melissa Leo), who is on her third marriage, Greta is shipped off to her grandparents for the summer. She is not happy about it and neither are her grandparents. She tells them that she fully intends to kill herself before the summer is over and compiles a notebook of suicide methods.
Greta’s sarcastic attitude results in her being offered a job as a waitress at a local seafood restaurant. While working there, her odd sense of humour makes her attractive to many customers. Greta falls for a charismatic short-order cook named Julie (Evan Ross). When he reveals to her that he was once incarcerated in a juvenile correctional facility for stealing cars, Greta is even more attracted to him. Julie tells her that his experience made him determined to do something positive with his life and he attempts to convince Greta to not give up on hers. He is alarmed when he sees Greta’s ‘suicide list.’
Ramona Quimby (Joey King) is a plucky youngster with an irrepressible sense of fun and mischief — a fact that keeps her big sister, Beezus, on her toes. Ramona’s vivid imagination and boundless energy serve her well when the two girls must help save their family’s home on Klickitat Street.
Five high school juniors: Olivia White (Bridgit Mendler), Mohini “Mo” Banjaree (Naomi Scott), Charles “Charlie” Delgado (Blake Michael), Stella Yamada (Hayley Kiyoko), and Wendell “Wen” Gifford (Adam Hicks) all meet after ending up in detention for different reasons. While there, they tap out a beat and play instruments, and Olivia sings “Turn Up the Music”. Miss Reznick (Tisha Campbell-Martin), the music teacher, said that they would make a great band. She also mentions a music show “Rising Star”. Mudslide Crush, a popular band were also entering so they passed as they wouldn’t have a shot.
William Collins (Aaron Johnson) is a depressed teen recovering from self-harm and regularly goes online to chat rooms. One day, he decides to open a chat room himself and calls it “Chelsea Teens!” and where he meets Jim (Matthew Beard), another kid; Eva (Imogen Poots), a model; Emily (Hannah Murray), a goody two-shoes; and Mo (Daniel Kaluuya), a normal kid. There is no real subject matter in “Chelsea Teens!” which instead focuses on the lives of each teen as they talk. Even though they only really communicate through text, the film depicts them in an old hotel-like room and actually having contact.
Lola (Miley Cyrus) leads an ordinary life, with her boyfriend Chad (George Finn), and best friends Emily (Ashley Hinshaw), Janice (Lina Esco) and Kyle (Douglas Booth). When they return to school, Lola discovers that Chad has cheated on her over the summer, so the two of them break up. Lola and Kyle begin to realize that they have feelings for each other and pursue a relationship, but this is complicated due to the fact that Chad and Kyle are friends, and Lola’s “enemy” Ashley (Ashley Greene) wants to date Kyle. Kyle and his band want to compete in the battle of the bands, but Kyle’s dad doesn’t support Kyle’s passion for music and feels that it is getting in the way of his schoolwork. During the movie, Lola records all of these events in her diary.
According to a high school’s lore, the “Dirty Deeds” are a daunting list of dares almost no student has ever completed. To win the student body’s respect and get noticed by his crush, Meg (Lacey Chabert), senior Zach (Milo Ventimiglia) is determined to finish the list in the allotted 24-hour time period. As the school’s bullying jocks try to thwart him at every turn, Zach embarks on a wild journey, highlighted by beer swilling, grand theft auto and the snagging of an ex-homecoming queen’s bra.
References: Wikipedia, TasteKid