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September 21, 2012
PG-13 , 1 hr 42 min
2,524 Fan Ratings
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Synopsis: Friends try to help an introverted teenager (Logan Lerman) become more sociable.
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San Francisco Chronicle
By Amy Biancolli
The Perks of Being a Wallflower hurts. It hurts because it depicts the loneliness, anxiety and all-out quivering mess of adolescence in a...
By Owen Gleiberman
The movie is tough-minded: It zeroes in on Patrick's anger at dating a closeted football star, and it doesn't let Charlie off the hook for...
By Ty Burr
The Perks of Being a Wallflower finds an unexpectedly moving freshness in the old clichés by remaining attentive to the nuances of what...
By Roger Ebert
It offers the rare pleasure of an author directing his own book, and doing it well. No one who loves the book will complain about the...
By Carrie Rickey
Unlike most films about teenagers, the performances are happy-sad-realistic. Lerman, who plays the least expressive of the three...
By Peter Travers
Perks deserves points for going beyond the typical coming-of-age drivel aimed at teens.
By Claudia Puig
While there are humorous and poignant moments, this angst-filled story of tender kisses, awkward dances, friends drifting apart, kindly...
New York Daily News
By Elizabeth Weitzman
Lerman is suited to the title role in that he plays Charlie as wide-eyed and rather unmemorable. Watson doesn't seem entirely relaxed as an...
By Mark Jenkins
It's populated by characters who are just too good to be plausible.
The Hollywood Reporter
A heartfelt but rather generic coming-of-age dramedy.
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Rated PG-13 | For Sexual References, Mature Thematic Material, A Fight, Drug and Alcohol Use, All Involving Teens and Sexual Content
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Common Sense Media says Pause for kids 14 & under
Book-based drama for mature teens tackles tough subjects.
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