Oh yeah. I have seen Bully and i definitely love it. It is definitely just as good as Kids. That's interesting that it's based on a true story. I never knew that. Or maybe i did. I can't remember. I haven't seen Bully for a long time. Now there are 2 great seriously messed up movies. More messed up than Kids and Bully. The 2 movies are:
1. Requiem For a Dream
Now if you haven't seen these movies, you have to see them. With Pi being entirely shot as black and white. The main actor in the movie is seriously messed up. If you have never heard of Pi, here's the plot:
The film is about a mathematical prodigy, Maximillian Cohen, who believes that everything in nature can be understood through numbers. Utilizing the stock market as his data set, Max tries to uncover patterns with the assistance of his homemade supercomputer Euclid. He has been plagued with migraine headaches since age 6. He suspects that the headaches originate from a childhood injury, in which he stared into the sun at such length that "the doctors didn't know if [his] eyes would ever heal." The day that his eyes had healed, Max experienced his first headache. He also suffers from extreme paranoia, manifested in menacing hallucinations, and some form of social anxiety disorder.
Max comes across a 216-digit number that he believes may hold the key to understanding the universe. A number of mysterious groups have become interested in his research, including a Wall Street firm with access to powerful new computer hardware, and a sect of Kabbalistic Jews who believe that the Torah, when represented as numbers instead of letters, contains the true name of God, an example of a Bible code. Max uses the help of these competing groups while rejecting their selfish motives. As he draws nearer to his answer, and the groups grow violent, Max's hold on his sanity begins to slip. In a last ditch effort to understand the number, Max destroys his research and suffers through a migraine without medication. A fleeting moment of enlightenment is ripped away when he regains consciousness.
Giving up, Max pushes an electric drill into his right temple, where he believes his mathmatical genius is located. Whether this actually occurs is left ambiguous. Later, Max sits on a park bench and is unable to perform complex mental calculation. He observes the trees blowing in the breeze, at peace.
This is defintiely by far a must own movie along with Requiem for a Dream.