The content of the movie was excellent. The ending was happy. It is ABCFam home to happy endings, so I knew it would turn out okay.
Here's the thing, on the CW, things would not have turned out okay. They would have taken this movie and put a real ending on it.
Well-acted and many points made about cyberbullying. It is like iBullying for Dummies for parents. They need to watch it. At 17, kids are allowed to make most of their own choices, esp going online. Parents can block certain content, but this girl had been held back too long. She should have been online when she started high school. Now she is a junior, sliding into adulthood, and she has the fairytale world of naivety to what is going on outside of 'silly' rumors in school. She, of course, jumps in head first and nearly loses it. It takes only two days! The other kids would have caught on right away at the age of 17.
When I went to actual high school (9-12), I was bullied. It still affects me at 75. I still remember the hurtful words and mean pranks. Now multiply this by a million and you have 2021! There were times I wanted/prayed to die. Today, they do. Don't focus on the pretty faces and perfect body images, focus on the words and stories spread on the screen like lightening. Movies like this matter.
And for the people who bad-mouthed it, I can tell by the way you did it, you are bullies too. No, you don't want people to watch this.