Butter

2020

Comedy / Drama / Romance

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IMDb Rating 5.5 10 159

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Cast

Mira Sorvino as Marian
Annabeth Gish as Doctor Jennice
Mykelti Williamson as Professor Dunn
Brian Van Holt as Frank
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Reviewed by adriannarvaeznv 9 / 10

a strong film for bullied kids

Butter is a film about being bullied and bullying yourself. You can feel the pain of being bullied when you see how he gets his name and how he beats himself up. His only happiness is when playing the saxophone. His interactions with classmates changes when decides to have his "final meal" on New Years Eve. A pivotal and intense scene that will bring you to tears.

Reviewed by stevendbeard 6 / 10

Teen Suicide/Dangers Of The Internet

I saw Butter, starring Mira Sorvino-Stuber, The Replacement Killers; Brian Van Holt-Deputy_tv, Cougar Town_tv; McKaley Miller-Ma, Unfollowed and Alex Kersting-Stoneheart_tv, Drug Z.

This is a teen suicide/dangers of the internet movie. There is even a message at the end stating something to the effect of showing a place and phone number to contact if you know someone with suicidal tendencies. Alex plays a teenage high school kid that is obese-he weighs in at around 440 pounds. He is bullied at school and has no friends but he plays a mean saxophone. He likes a pretty classmate, McKaley, and he decides to befriend her on line-using an alias-saying he goes to school in another town. Mira and Brian are Alex's parents. Frustrated-Alex doesn't think he has a chance if McKaley ever saw him in person-Alex decides to eat himself to death, live on the internet on New Year's Eve. Unbelievably, this makes him popular at school and kids start talking to him and about his stunt. Some think he won't do it and others are hoping that he will. Will he or won't he, and how can he back out if he changes his mind? Should he confess to McKaley his identity? All questions are answered.

It's rated PG-13 for thematic content including suicide, language, drinking and sexual content-no nudity-and has a running time of 1 hour & 50 minutes.

It's not one that I would buy on DVD but if you are interested in the subject matter, it would be a good rental.

Reviewed by trinaboice 7 / 10

Enlightening for teens and adults

IN A NUTSHELL: A lonely obese boy everyone calls "Butter" is about to make history. He is going to eat himself to death - live on the Internet - and everyone is invited to watch. When he first makes the announcement online to his classmates, Butter expects pity, insults, and possibly sheer indifference. What he gets are morbid cheerleaders rallying around his deadly plan. Yet as their dark encouragement grows, it begins to feel a lot like popularity. And that feels good. But what happens when Butter reaches his suicide deadline? Can he live with the fallout if he doesn't go through with his plans? The film was written and directed by Paul A. Kaufman, based on the book by Erin Jade Lange.

THINGS I LIKED: Other than Mira Sorvino, I hadn't seen any of the actors before. Alex Kersting, who plays "Butter" did a really great job. I hope we'll be able to see him in more movies because he's extremely likable and real.

You get to hear some great saxophone music. Two of my sons played it when they were in middle school. I love that music was illustrated as an effective tool to help teenagers (and anyone else for that matter!) derive emotional strength during trials.

I liked it when a group of buddies worked on a Bucket List together. I started my Bucket List back when I was a teenager.

It made me so sad and mad to see so many teenagers behaving so badly and treating one another in such atrocious ways. Teens who might be struggling with social media and how it affects their popularity should watch this.

THINGS I DIDN'T LIKE: Some scenes go on too long.

There is nothing subtle about the themes in this film.

There are some bad acting moments, but everyone seemed to be very earnest in their efforts.

TIPS FOR PARENTS: Bullying A teenager gets a tattoo A boy flips the bird A drunk girl pukes in a swimming pool Teens drink a lot of alcohol A girl slaps a guy and a guy hits another guy Boys force a guy to eat an entire stick of butter

THEMES: Obesity Discrimination Hope Comfort food Fake friends vs. True friends Popularity Peer pressure Gossip Suicide Blame Judging by appearances Self-esteem Supporting family friends with their weight loss goals Discovering your talents

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