The Perks of Being a Wallflower
We are infinite.
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1991. High school freshman Charlie is a wallflower, always watching life from the sidelines, until two senior students, Sam and her stepbrother Patrick, become his mentors, helping him discover the joys of friendship, music and love…
ActorsStarring: Logan Lerman, Emma Watson, Ezra Miller, Mae Whitman, Kate Walsh, Dylan McDermott, Melanie Lynskey, Nina Dobrev, Johnny Simmons, Joan Cusack, Paul Rudd, Nicholas Braun, Reece Thompson, Patrick de Ledebur, Brian Balzerini, Tom Kruszewski, Julia Garner, Tom Savini, Emily Marie Callaway, Chelsea Zhang, Jesse Scheirer, Justine Nicole Schaefer, Julie Marie Schaefer, Leo Miles Farmerie, Isabel Muschweck, Adam Hagenbuch, Erin Wilhelmi, Jordan Paley, Zane Holtz, Timothy Breslin, Mark McClain Wilson, Atticus Cain, Stacy Chbosky, Dihlon McManne, Laurie Klatscher, Landon Pigg, Jennifer Enskat, William L. Thomas, Morgan Wolk
My opinion : It’s better to start with the very few flaws the film had before delving into all of its qualities. The Perks Of Being A Wallflower has muddled pacing towards the end and at times can feel unrealistic. Other then that the film is a love letter to all the other non-conformists of schools who befriend one another for being uniquely strange compared to societal norms. Its dialogie is written brilliantly and sharply as it builds on the characters personality, making for very rich and interesting characters overall to root for. Not only that but the overall feel of the film works well, the important scenes are iconic for carrying a lot of heavy raw emotion, especially the end thats gut wrenchingly hard to watch as it is heartfelt. Overall the film works splendidly and I found myself loving nearly every minute of it as I could relate to what was happening on screen, and so can anyone whose lived through high-school as someone whose never really fitted into a subconsciously predetermined surface layered group. 90/100