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The Perks of Being a Wallflower
Charlie is preparing for the living hell that is freshman year. A thoughtful, intelligent 15-year-old, Charlie struggles to fit in, but eventually find himself adopted by a boisterous crowd of... View more >
Starring Logan Lerman, Emma Watson, Ezra Miller... View more >
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Oct 15, 2012
I thought my action hungry fantasy obsessed husband was confused when he suggested this movie. Then I realized it had hermoinie in it. Fortunately it had a good script, and good actors. We both really liked it. It cought the essence of being a teenager, with the roller coaster of emotions that go with it. If you are a little bit damaged, this movie will probably speak to you.
Oct 16, 2012
A smart teen drama that doesn't treeat it's characters like know-it-alls. It's a movie about a group of high schoolers who are considered to be outsiders by the rest of the school. They form a friendship and relationships within their circle.It's based on the titile of the same name by Stephen Chbosky who wrote the book in college. The lead character Charlie who has problems getting along with others, who had a friendship with the English teacher who gave him books to read after school. Logan Lerman is great as the student. But Emma Watson nearly stole the movie from the cast. This is her first post-Potter performance and she is consider to be appealing. I can't reveal the ending, but a lot of things is to be reveal towards the end of the movie that you won't see coming.
Oct 27, 2012
Jun 26, 2016
Emma Watson is by far my #1 celebrity crush. This film is a huge part of the reason why. Her performance as Sam is stunning. However, Watson isn't the only notable performance in Perks of Being a Wallflower. Logan Lerman as the main character, Charlie, does a great job. Paul Rudd is even in this movie! Overall, Perks of Being a Wallflower is quite an adult movie, with many adult themes to it. It has a few pacing issues, and the ending can be confusing for some, but it's performances, visual style of filming, and story ties it together nicely.
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