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Today I saw the movie The Perks of Being a Wallflower. This movie is based on a novel with the same name and it stars Logan Lerman, Emma Watson, Ezra Miller, Paul Rudd, Johnny Simmons, Mae Whitman, Kate Walsh and Nina Dobrev.
Charlie is a nervous and socially awkward guy that is a bit scared because hes going to start freshman year in high school. The only friend he makes in the first week of school is his English teacher. Charlie eventually meets Sam and Patrick, 2 seniors who are stepbrothers and kind of outcasts too but they have a lot of friends they introduce to Charlie.
Charlie starts to get feelings for Sam but he doesnt say anything to her about that.
He often has flashbacks of his aunt who died when he was 7 years old and says she was the best person he ever knew.
Wow this movie really surprised me has I wasnt hoping to enjoy it has much as I did. I mean, I was also a wallflower back in high school and I also didnt knew anyone in my high school when I joined freshman year and it was kind of difficult to make friends. Well, I guess its always difficult to find some good friends and, I can say, that even today when I remember that year I always feel sad because I landed in a class full of fake people who actually wanted me to join their group but I thought the small group of wallflowers was so much better so I decided to be friends with them what I wasnt excepting was that the popular kids would make my life so hard after that
Talking about the movie, I laughed and I cried (a lot!) especially during the ending when I realized what those flashbacks were really about.
I really liked this movie and I give it a 9 out of 10 (9/10) and Im definitely going to read the book when I have the time.
- Have you seen The Perks of Being a Wallflower?
- How would you describe your freshman year?
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