Another Top 10 Dealing With Bullies Scenes
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Another Top 10 Dealing With Bullies Scenes

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Script written by Francesca Savoy

The tormentor has become the tormented. From The Craft, to Toy Story, to It, these movies all featured some very satisfying scenes of bullies getting their comeuppance. WatchMojo ranks another top dealing with bullies scenes from movies.

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Script written by Francesca Savoy

Another Top 10 Dealing With Bullies Scenes

Some people just need to be knocked down a peg or two. Welcome to, and today we’ll be counting down our picks for Another Top 10 Dealing With Bullies Scenes.

For this list, we’ll be focusing strictly on bullies, so no authority figures like teachers or parents. If you don’t see a scene you think should be on here, be sure to check out our first video on the topic! Note that we’re no way condoning violence here.

#10: School Talent Show

“Fist Fight” (2017)
Andy should take a lesson from his daughter on how to deal with bullies. With a little help from Big Sean, Ally gets some revenge on her abuser in the form of public humiliation. The shock and discomfort on the faces of the entire audience are palpable as Ally fearlessly dedicates an impassioned, uncensored rendition of Big Sean’s “I Don’t Fuck With You” to her. On top of the shock factor of seeing a young girl sing the explicit song, the scene also drives the plot of the movie forward, as Ally’s bold actions inspire Andy to stand up to his own bully. After her jaw-dropping performance, she exits the stage to a standing ovation.

#9: The Other Witches

“The Craft” (1996)
Sometimes the worst bullies disguise themselves as friends. It all started out so innocently. The four witches experimented with magic and learned some spells to help them right a few wrongs in their lives, but after witnessing the heavy toll that their spells take, Sarah wants to stop. The coven refuses, and turns on Sarah, sending her haunting images in her dreams. Sarah fights back. Much worse than any physical or verbal retaliation, she gets inside their minds with her own powers, causing Bonnie and Rochelle to experience their worst nightmares. Mad with power, Nancy tries to kill Sarah, but the heroine sentences Nancy to the worst fate of all, binding her from ever using magic again.

#8: Jack Beats Up Bobby

“A History of Violence” (2005)
Jack appears to be the mild-mannered type, who uses humor to avoid bad situations with bullies, and walks away rather than fight. But when Bobby and his crew refuse to let him walk away, Jack loses his sense of humor. Just as Bobby is taunting him by saying sarcastically that his father, who has been dubbed a town hero for taking down two robbers at his diner singlehandedly, would be so proud of him, Jack clobbers them all. Bobby definitely isn’t laughing now, as it turns out Jack is a chip off the old block after all.

#7: Naked Vengeance

“Central Intelligence” (2016)
Can you picture Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson getting bullied? Well, Robbie Weirdicht was the victim of a pretty cruel senior prank thanks to Trevor Olson that left him naked and embarrassed in front of the entire senior class. 20 years later, Trevor is still just as big of a bully as ever, but Robbie Weirdicht, now CIA agent Bob Stone, certainly has changed. And he doesn’t like bullies. At their high school reunion, Bob finally gets 2 decades of pent up revenge on his old nemesis with a simple punch to the face. This is followed by a speech about what it means to be the true hero of your own story, and a cathartic twist on the prank Trevor pulled on him.

#6: Sid

“Toy Story” (1995)
Sid is vicious. Every toy in the neighborhood knows that if you get lost in Sid’s yard, you never return. So when Sid gets his hands on Buzz, Woody pulls out all the stops to save him from being destroyed. In perhaps the most memorable scene in the movie, Woody teams up with Sid’s misfit toys that come to life. They emerge from the sandbox and the muddy puddles in his backyard to scare the 10-year-old straight. They don’t just save Buzz; they make sure Sid never hurts another toy again.

#5: The Sick Stick

“Kick-Ass 2” (2013)
It’s hard to imagine a girl who can kill a man with his own finger feeling vulnerable. But after Brooke and her crew pretend to be Mindy's friends, then ditch her in the woods, Mindy is shaken. Taking some advice from her Robin, Mindy beats them at their own game. These mean girls may wear a pretty, popular, and pristine costume, but one touch from the sick stick and all that ugliness they have on the inside upchucks right out. Everyone dreams about getting the ultimate revenge on a bully. Well, this scene has everything you could possibly want: an epic speech, public humiliation, and the perfect soundtrack.

#4: Rock War

“It” (2017)
When Henry Bowers and his crew of bullies are beating up on the home-schooled kid, Mike, three on one, the Losers Club show up and even up the battlefield. Just as Henry is about to bludgeon Mike with a rock, Beverly bludgeons Henry first. This action incites a full-on rock war that sends the bullies running away like a bunch of cowards. The shocked and pained look on Henry Bowers’ face as the Losers pummel them is the ultimate vindication. The Losers are the winners here.

#3: Chair Revenge

“Moonlight” (2016)
The only way to really deal with a bully is to stand up to them. After the school bully, Terrel, gets Chiron’s best friend, Kevin, to beat him up, Chiron takes a four-pronged stance with the help of a chair. Chiron walks into class with a sense of purpose, picks up an empty chair, and smashes him over the head with it. Simple, yet effective. What makes this scene so memorable is that it comes completely out of left field, with no warning and no buildup.

#2: Bar Fight

“Kingsman: The Secret Service” (2014)
Manners maketh man. When Eggsy finds himself in trouble with his neighborhood thugs, his new friend and mentor, Harry, steps in and attempts to teach them this very important lesson. But the thugs persist and Harry challenges them to a fight. To their, and Eggsy's, surprise, he takes out all of them with the most unlikely of weapons: his trusty umbrella. Each new trick that the umbrella possesses, such as its bulletproof quality, and stun gun setting, make the fight even more epic. The scene is so epic that the movie calls back to it in a mid-credits scene, where Eggsy gives the exact same thugs a second lesson in manners.

#1: The Final Fight with Daniel & Johnny

“The Karate Kid” (1984)
To keep Daniel from being relentlessly and continuously beaten up by Johnny Lawrence of Cobra Kai, Mr. Miyagi makes a deal that the two will fight once and for all at the upcoming karate tournament. Though Mr. Miyagi is a skilled teacher, Daniel is the least experienced student at the tournament, yet fights his way all the way into the finals to face Johnny. Overcoming intimidation tactics and cheap shots, Daniel wins the match with the legendary crane kick. In the end, Johnny is changed by the experience. Daniel doesn’t just beat him, he earns his respect.
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