Mean Creek

Mean Creek

Add to Queue

Average of 371 ratings: 3.2 Stars

2004 M Contains violence,drug use and offensive language.

Beneath the surface, everyone has a secret.

A motley group of small-town Oregon teenagers (some troubled, others not) set out on a boat trip to celebrate the birthday of their youngest member. It's all an elaborate secret ploy for some innocent payback against a local bully. But when some members of the posse begin to harbor second thoughts, the plot unravels ... quickly.

See our expert review

More movie details

89 minutes

DVD details

Screen Format
1.85:1 Widescreen
English Dolby Digital 2.0

15 Member Reviews Write a review

4 by Beksy

Rory Culkin = good :)

Little blond chick = good :)

It pays to be nice sometimes huh? Bullies always get it back... someway, somehow.

I liked it...

Of my categories I'd have to... Read more

2 by phil109

Kept us intrigued and intersted but we were not entirely happy with the ending. Mostly alright other than that.

3 by mr15

This is a copycat to some degree of the excellent Stand By Me

Works to a point and is worth the time

Nothing startling though

5 by virginflighty

Fantastic, emotive and powerful in every way imaginable. Watch and see.

3 by Tubbs

its weakness is that it is not original but its strength is that you are given time to empathize with the young characters.

3 by wendy

Ok story, very sad, but true depiction of childrens behaviour to each other, bullies and nice kids and who wins. Nice river scences.

3 by cavebear

Good cast of kids make this better than average, about a bullying culture and the impact of their decisions when things go wrong.

4 by Eden2

Superb acting from a young cast. I really enjoyed this, even though all of the cast members are at least 10 years younger than me. I think most people can relate to the issue this movie raises, how... Read more

3 by Gundog

Very predictable sort of film which could have been done in 30 minutes really, some good performances though, and great scenery.

4 by pk56

Superb acting by young actors in this more-adult version of Stand By Me (which is also an excellent movie). I would probably have rated it 5 stars if it hadn't ended at such an unexpected point.