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Day 17- Charlie Bartlett (2007)Directed by: Jon PollStarring: Anton Yelchin, Kat Dennings, Robert Downey Jr, Hope Davis, Tyler Hilton and Mark Rendall(Re-watch.)

There’s so much I could say about this movie. First of all, it was my absolute favorite movie of all time ever since it was released, until The Social Network, and now it doesn’t trail too far behind. I love how this movie lets one individual break down all the walls between stereotypes and labels in high school. Sure, it’s by selling them drugs, but kids are gunna do drugs no matter what and like the movie says, “Bringing psychiatric drugs and teenagers together is like opening a lemonade stand in the desert.” And he’s not selling the drugs to make money; he does it to listen to kids vent about their problems and try and help them and be there for them. He helps to show people that no matter how bad life gets, they are never alone. Also, its freaking hilarious. And the cast is so phenomenally chosen. Anton is so incredibly like-able. I mean, he’s almost like a puppy you just want to take home with you! Kat, Robert, Hope, Tyler, and of course Mark give equally remarkable performances. To say the least, I love this movie. I always will. I even want to name my first son Charlie, after Anton’s character. (That’s how much I love it.)

100 Days Of Movies

Day 17- Charlie Bartlett (2007)
Directed by: Jon Poll
Starring: Anton Yelchin, Kat Dennings, Robert Downey Jr, Hope Davis, Tyler Hilton and Mark Rendall
(Re-watch.)

There’s so much I could say about this movie. First of all, it was my absolute favorite movie of all time ever since it was released, until The Social Network, and now it doesn’t trail too far behind. I love how this movie lets one individual break down all the walls between stereotypes and labels in high school. Sure, it’s by selling them drugs, but kids are gunna do drugs no matter what and like the movie says, “Bringing psychiatric drugs and teenagers together is like opening a lemonade stand in the desert.” And he’s not selling the drugs to make money; he does it to listen to kids vent about their problems and try and help them and be there for them. He helps to show people that no matter how bad life gets, they are never alone. Also, its freaking hilarious. And the cast is so phenomenally chosen. Anton is so incredibly like-able. I mean, he’s almost like a puppy you just want to take home with you! Kat, Robert, Hope, Tyler, and of course Mark give equally remarkable performances. To say the least, I love this movie. I always will. I even want to name my first son Charlie, after Anton’s character. (That’s how much I love it.)

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