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Yalini Rajarajan 4 months ago
best indie movie ever!!!!!! cute guy!
Jesse Beatson 2 years ago
really enjoyed it despite its flaws
Anastasia Loule almost 3 years ago
Mikus Zeberiņš over 3 years ago
Is it ok to call it a classic yet or... it is now a classic 9/10
Robyn Hamilton almost 4 years ago
Better on a second viewing, nice take on modern problems facing the teenager.
Josh Steadman over 4 years ago
Evoking Bueller, this tells a quirky feel-good story with likable, relatable characters.
Linden over 4 years ago
Smooth fun. Anton Yelchin owns this!
Alexzandra Lyric Pellicier over 4 years ago
kat dennings :)
Cory Van Dorn over 4 years ago
Brought up a lot of feels. Good high school movie. Great acting and humor.
Fae over 4 years ago
It was stereotypical, but I love Anton and it was kind of cute.
Lizzie over 4 years ago
I think I'm falling deeply and madly in love with Anton Yelchin.
Ashes Ellis over 5 years ago
Cute take on a boy w/slightly troubled past.Typical quirky boy meets principals daughter.
Veronica Nunez over 5 years ago
A much needed and refreshing take on today's youth and the troubles that come with it.
David-Alexandre Sobal over 5 years ago
fcking shit stereotype movie
Courtney Bess 3 months ago
Trisha 3 months ago
John Merritt 5 months ago
N. Nelson 5 months ago
matthew olsen 9 months ago
cervv over 1 year ago
Charlie Bartlett is a 2008 comedy-drama film directed by Jon Poll. The screenplay by Gustin Nash focuses on a teenager who begins to dispense therapeutic advice and prescription drugs to the student body at his new high school in order to become popular. The film premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival on May 1, 2007, and was shown at the Cannes Film Market, the Maui Film Festival, and the Cambridge Film Festival before going into theatrical release in the United States and Canada on August 3, 2007. The son of a depressed but doting mother (Hope Davis) and a father who is serving time for tax evasion, wealthy teenager Charlie Bartlett (Anton Yelchin), - after being expelled from several private academies for various infractions - enrolls in a public school run by embittered alcoholic Principal Nathan Gardner (Robert Downey, Jr.). Unable to fit-in with most of his fellow students, Charlie forms an alliance with school bully Murphy Bivens (Tyler Hilton) and offers him half the proceeds...
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