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Rated PG-13 · 103 minutes · 2012

Comedy drama
Everyone has seen this scenario a million times. But as number one million and one, writer-director Stephen Chbosky’s adolescent coming-of-ager casts a certain art-drunk, inward-directed spell over its protagonists: a bookish freshman nerd named Charlie (Logan Lerman), a brother-sister team of senior-class sophisticates who adopt him into their clique (Ezra Miller and Emma Watson), and the usual hormone-maddened teens, who all look about 25. The three principals have what it takes to make us follow them around gladly, and the era – a hazy “past” defined by the presence of David Bowie, mixtapes, fanzines, and The Rocky Horror Picture Show – is cozy, warm, and reassuring. If that’s what we’re actually in the mood for. (103 min.)

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Director: Stephen Chbosky
Producer: Lianne Halfon, Russell Smith, John Malkovich, James Powers and Stephen Chbosky
Cast: Logan Lerman, Emma Watson, Ezra Miller, Mae Whitman, Kate Walsh, Dylan McDermott, Melanie Lynskey, Joan Cusack, Paul Rudd, Nina Dobrev, Adam Hagenbuch, Johnny Simmons, Erin Wilhelmi and Reece Thompson


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