Written February 03, 2008
...so you can't go wrong!
Written July 29, 2007
HAHA it not out yethahahahahahhahahah
Written February 12, 2008
I saw this movie at the tribeca film festival and i loved it. i have add and i cant focus when i'm hungry but this movie grabbed my attention and didn't let go till the very end i highly recommend it. even while eating after seeing i couldn't get my mind off of this film its the perfect film for the teenagers of this generation this our breakfast club, pretty in pink, ferris bullers day off. tyler hilton does an amazing job he completely blew me away. GO SEE IT. this is a film for all ages I'm 19 and i went to see it with someone who is in their 40s and neither of us could believe how much we enjoyed it. i promise you you wont be disappointed. oh and in the end everybody dies.
Written March 21, 2008
I liked this movie a lot. It made me think of my highschool/teenage years. Charlie Bartlett was inspiring.
Written February 20, 2008
This movie couldn’t decide if it was a teenage hijinks comedy, a la "Superbad," or a touching coming-of-age film, so it tried to be both and failed miserably at each. Characters were poorly developed, the plot was slow and forced, and there were several "almost" climaxes that were resolved before they ever got dramatic. The actress who played the mother was the only bright spot in the movie. She was funny and charming, but unfortunately, her role was small. They should have added her to more scenes and removed all of the other characters. The only possible redeeming value that this movie *might* have had would have been the message to teens that they should think for themselves and avoid drugs. However, the movie’s "R" rating (due in large part to a two-second scene where girls run topless past the camera, which in no way contributes to the plot) ensures that the ONLY people who might benefit from this movie aren’t old enough to see it.