Odd Girl Out

Odd Girl Out

Director: Tom McLoughlin Cast: Alexa Vega, Lisa Vidal, Leah Pipes

DVD

Product Details

Release Date: 01/10/2006
UPC: 0012236187455
Original Release: 2004
Rating: PG-13
Source: Lions Gate
Region Code: 1
Sound: [Dolby Digital Stereo]
Time: 1:25:00

Special Features

Closed Caption; Deleted scenes; Trailers

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Alexa Vega Vanessa
Lisa Vidal Barbara
Leah Pipes Stacey
Alicia Morton Tiffany
Rhoda Griffis Denise
Michael Arata Dave
Shari Dyon Perry Emily
Chad Biagini Tony
Anne Ewen Lydia
Joey Nappo Ezra
Elizabeth Rice Nikki
Scott Shilstone Derreck

Technical Credits
Tom McLoughlin Director
Orly Adelson Executive Producer
John S. Bartley Cinematographer
Howard Braunstein Executive Producer
Marshall Harvey Editor
Michael Jaffe Executive Producer
Chester Kaczenski Production Designer
Richard Kletter Original Story,Screenwriter
Matthew McDuffie Original Story,Screenwriter
Randi Richmond Producer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Odd Girl Out
1. Main Titles [5:22]
2. Invitation Only [6:50]
3. Kiss and Telling [4:21]
4. Slut [5:06]
5. Instant Gossiping [5:56]
6. Hatingvanessa.com [5:07]
7. Cornered [5:40]
8. Bad Hair Day [4:22]
9. Alone [5:31]
10. Absence of Violence [6:53]
11. Humiliated [5:41]
12. Desperate Measures [7:14]
13. Shared Pain [3:41]
14. Cyber Bullies [2:53]
15. Back to School [2:26]
16. Apologies [5:14]
17. Graduation [5:12]
18. End Credits [2:01]

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Odd Girl Out 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie is heartworming and very upsetting and it also shows u how viol bulling can acctually be. It's amazing and youngh kids or teenagers who can listen to curse words can watch this movie and really really really change there attitude about bulling and realize that bulling can actually hurt or maybe even kill people because they dont have friends because of bullies. I am only 12 and i watched this movie in school and i loved it everyone should watch it!!!!! And, hopefully love it as much as i did!!!!!!!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is a great movie for middle school aged kids - even boys to study the dynamics of what kids face each and every day in the halls and classrooms of our public schools - a great teaching tool for teachers!
Team_Jacob4ever More than 1 year ago
At first I just thought it would be something good to watch on a Friday night alone. But as I watched it I got really into it. It is exactly how I was feeling at the time. All my friends had backstabbed me for a step up on the Popularity ladder. Just like the main character's friends did to her. I think if you are feeling like and outsider and you are feelin' like your friends have ditched you pick up a copy of the movie and enjoy it again and again. Difinatly a movie I will turn to when I am feeling down because it shows don't let the mean girls win. In my personal issue the mean girls won for a while but I Stood my grounds and said I dont need you made new friends and finally feel ready for high school. Ready to move on with my new friends. Tough Times never last but Tough People do. -Anonymous
Guest More than 1 year ago
I'm sure all girl bullies aren't that bad but still this movie shows you truth. I mean come on They had to destroy venessa before letting up a little and even then it was hard on Vanessa. Stacey was a mean girl who let her friends diss and hurt Vanessa. The movie shows us more than just a boundary from not that bad to close to the line but more importantly they show you WHAT over the line could do to a kid. The school didn't take action and if they did? It might have gotten Better For vanessa. This movie teaches a lesson on how much a girl needs a true friend.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie brought back so many negative memories from my high school and middle school years. I was the target of ridicule and hostility when I was a teen, for being overweight. I was also teased for being shy and I had a problem speaking in front of class, because I stuttered. I didn't see it as bullying back then because it was verbal instead of physical. It included name calling and vicious personal insults. I was never physically attacked or threatened with bodily harm. I was called names too inappropriate to include in this review. Once in fifth grade, when I tripped and fell, some of the other kids started yelling, "earthquake!". I've had pieces of chalk, pencil erasers, paper clips, and spitballs thrown at me. I was lucky not to have been cyber bullied, because I was in high school during the dawn of the internet, and cell phones didn't have cameras back then. I was an outcast. At least I didn't feel the need to follow crowds. This movie proves how much worse bullying has gotten in recent years. This movie is also for parents and teachers. I highly recommend this movie. Be sure to have a box of kleenex handy when you watch this movie.
Guest More than 1 year ago
you have two movies and a theme dealt with high school and other issues. what bothered me about odd girl out is how the main character like kept having her "friends" make fun of her and what did she do? just kept hiding and crying and then near the end she finally spoke up. In speak Melinda had sorta the same problem but dealt with another problem as well but at least she did something even if she didn't speak but expressed herself and slowly did something about it and slowly fought back. the difference with this and speak is that not only do girls through all sorts of problems and emotions but you should speak up and stand up for yourself as well. i prefer speak cause it seemed more real but odd girl out seemed a bit fake and "no offense to lifetime and the author of the book odd girl out", some of the scenes seemed a bit forced. i'm sure we can relate since high school can be a hard and sad place sometimes. both films were okay and tried their best at least.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Being a teenaged girl in todays world is tuff. Girls are mean and vicous hell bent on destroying others that make them feel threatened. Savatoging and destroying others is so much easier in todays society where computers and email is more avialable especially instant messaging. Alexa vega is excellent in this movie portraying a young girl who has to deal with torment that her so called best friend dishes out. Betrayal, vicious rumors, and trechary...this is what goes on in our girl world. I watched this movie and it had me crying becuse this has happened to so many of my friends. I'm a teenaged girl in todays world and this movie portrays it to a T. THis movie was amazing and I give it 5 stars