Friday, December 14, 2012

The Perks of Being a Wallflower: movie review, The Perks of Being a Wallflower 2012

It looks like a usual coming of age dramedy: violence, abuse, and broken hearts. 10 times less entertaining than The Rules of Attraction by Roger Avary.  A big plus for the movie is that it was directed by author of the book and script.

What is the use of that ultra-realistic approach at all, if it doesn't heal the sick, and torments those, let's say, healthy? Please, give us parents, who are open to their kids. Please, show us beauties, who are modest. Please, find us freshmen, who can hit bullies in the face without blacking out. And save us from depressing disgust, we can't escape from it in our everyday life.

The movie may be watched for the sake of young actors, and the freshness they bring in. The movie may be watched for the sake of underlying optimism, still present despite the things that cannot be undone.

And yet, a born artist would rather drop this one out and would get the amusing Wes Andersons's gift named Moonrise Kingdom, which also came out this year.

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