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milan kyuubi 2012-07-25 11:51

The Perks of Being a Wallflower
 
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Release date:
03.10.2012
Based on the novel The Perks of Being a Wallflower
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Directed by: Stephen Chbosky
Produced by: John Malkovich, Russell Smith, Lianne Halfon
Staring:
Logan Lerman as Charlie
Emma Watson as Sam, Patrick's step-sister (:love:)
Ezra Miller as Patrick
Nina Dobrev as Candace, Charlie's sister
Mae Whitman as Mary-Elizabeth, Charlie's first girlfriend
Paul Rudd as Bill, Charlie's English teacher
Kate Walsh as Charlie's mother
Dylan McDermott as Charlie's father
Johnny Simmons as Brad

Aesthetic Shampoo 2012-07-26 07:35

Wow. That trailer was amazing, hooked me in instantly. I've never heard of this before, i'll definitely give the book a read sometime soon.

milan kyuubi 2013-03-26 06:04

Watched the movie. It was very good. Also there is a scene that all Emma Watson fans will love! :heh: :D

james0246 2013-03-26 10:20

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Originally Posted by milan kyuubi (Post 4606251)
Watched the movie. It was very good. Also there is a scene that all Emma Watson fans will love! :heh: :D

I assume you mean her Rocky Horror appearance? :D.

I actually liked the movie more than the book (then again, I was never that big a fan of the book). The core casting was quite good (especially Ezra Miller as Patrick), even some of the casting 'surprises' were well done (Mae Whitman as Mary Elizabeth, Paul Rudd as Mr. Anderson and Nina Dobrev as Candace). Overall, though, the story is a little too cliche and I was never a fan of the big reveal at the end. Also, how can none of these kids know David Bowie yet they know the Smiths, Rocky Horror, Sonic Youth, XTC, New Order and a few others? Still, it was better than I thought it was going to be 81/100.

milan kyuubi 2013-03-27 01:05

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Originally Posted by james0246 (Post 4606514)
I assume you mean her Rocky Horror appearance? :D.

You got me! :uhoh::heh:

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Originally Posted by james0246 (Post 4606514)
I actually liked the movie more than the book (then again, I was never that big a fan of the book). The core casting was quite good (especially Ezra Miller as Patrick), even some of the casting 'surprises' were well done (Mae Whitman as Mary Elizabeth, Paul Rudd as Mr. Anderson and Nina Dobrev as Candace). Overall, though, the story is a little too cliche and I was never a fan of the big reveal at the end. Also, how can none of these kids know David Bowie yet they know the Smiths, Rocky Horror, Sonic Youth, XTC, New Order and a few others? Still, it was better than I thought it was going to be 81/100.

I agree. I have not read the book, so i probably enjoyed the movie more. I like movies where I can connect with the character/s and feel with/for them. I loved the ending btv, and enjoyed there tunnel song while driving. :)

Aesthetic Shampoo 2013-03-28 10:09

I liked the book more :p

Actually, i liked the book so much i immediately watched the movie straight after. Needless to say, that was not a good decision. On top of the usual, the book is always better complaints, i felt like it took the easy way out far too many times. It already cut out so many subplots from the book, but at least finish the ones you introduce...
Like the whole his sister's boyfriend hitting her thing. "Oh, and my sister finally broke up with her boyfriend." Just a one liner for that...ok :uhoh:
"Oh, and that girl i'm in love with? Turns out her boyfriend was cheating on her all this time!" Seriously, another one liner for that? :twitch:

GDB 2013-03-28 13:07

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Originally Posted by james0246 (Post 4606514)
I assume you mean her Rocky Horror appearance? :D.

Okay, you got me interested now. Still in theatres, or pick up on Blu-Ray?


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