Knowing their problems easily makes it reasonable for us to care about them. Some of these are actually alternate versions of scenes that made the final cut of the film. The best among the three is Ezra Miller. The Perks of Being a Wallflower 2012 The Perks of Being a Wallflower Blu-ray offers solid video and great audio in this fan-pleasing Blu-ray release An introvert freshman is taken under the wings of two seniors who welcome him to the real world. Stephen Chbosky handles his story very well, never feeling like it's being forced but rather it flowed nicely and carefully. But The Perks of Being a Wallflower ends up being a case of the parts being greater than the whole.
The cinematography is gorgeous, especially the scenes where the camera overlooks the skyline of Pittsburgh and during intimate scenes between the characters. Charlie is palpably just another teenage protagonist, but he is not one of those who tries to prove everyone who mistreated him wrong. Toklas brownie , and family dysfunction as Chbosky rather smartly mentions in his commentary, Charlie is a ghost walking through his own house, until the film's late revelation about some disturbing family history. Wallflower doesn't feature any science fiction or fantasy elements, no alternate reality, no real onscreen death and destruction save for one fleeting image and most importantly no giant menacing bunny. Pe de alta parte, Charlie incearca sa isi creeze o alta viata, lasand in urma toate problemele din copilaria nefericita, dar se pierde in realitatea tumultuoasa a vietii.
This may sound like The Perks of Being a Wallflower looks horrible, but that's actually not the case. But this is overall a weirdly soft and murky looking release. These are painful and difficult times and as Mr. Melanie Lynskey did a very good job as Aunt Helen. Chbosky did a fine job of translating it into a film.
You could not get anyone better to direct it other than the author himself because this is his book. Erin Wilhelmi as Alice, Johnny Simmons as Brad and Nicholas Braun as Derek were all fine. And to top it off, Joan Cusak is there as well. The popularity of the novel would typically make the film version a disappointment for its fans. Emma Watson is likable enough as Sam. It's still a powerful scene and I teared up watching it.
The film gives the actors some nuance. Those of us who have crossed the dreaded threshold into middle age will probably be less inclined to overlook the film's flaws. He usually plays the simple charming guy in movies. Everyone got along so well and you can tell that they're very comfortable with each other and you feel convinced that these people are really friends. In the joyous moments, it's pretty delightful and plays a quite nostalgic soundtrack. This is a story of coming of age and coming to terms of a boy entering high school and adulthood.
I don't want you to do that. It's also lovely to see my hometown as the backdrop. Adapting a epistolary book into a film is incredibly challenging but Mr. Everyone else in their supporting roles all have their moments. Logan Lerman, my god, he did a masterful job as Charlie. The romance is rather credibly lovely than a mainstream claptrap. Emma Watson did a great job playing as Sam.
One might hams it up for Patrick, but Miller gave the character a genuinely wonderful personality. There were times where you can kind of hear her British accent slip in and even though you notice it, it's nothing distracting and it didn't really bother me. Emma Watson has a scene in which she tears up and cries and it was amazing. My favorite reaction to a movie is profound thought, and this one caused this in waves. We may have heard a story like this before, but what makes this one extraordinary is when it mostly depicts the darkest aspects of their lives. The last 10 minutes of the movie alone is awards worthy because it really shows how talented he really is.
Chbosky is obviously attempting to craft a generally optimistic tale, though, one which shows even misfits can fit in with other misfits, and so in that regard at least part of this quality is understandable. He tells it straightforward on screen with plenty of strong, effective emotions. Still, for reasons which may be more subliminal than rational, I couldn't help but think of Jake Gyllenhaal's Donnie and his trials in trying to navigate the wild and wooly world of high school as I watched Logan Lerman's Charlie undergoing a similar set of tribulations. The introvert freshman is taken under the wings of two seniors, Sam and Patrick, who welcome him to the real world. Behind it is the genuine pain and emotion of the characters which makes it more than just another story about teenagers. Mae Whitman as Mary Elizabeth was hilarious.
It's a film adaptation that replaces the cliche mainstream swagger with some painful realities and simply let the audience understand the whole point of it. Overall, it's a great film. This is a surprisingly thoughtful and well done commentary. What makes the cast so special is the chemistry. Admittedly, the film is substantially autobiographical, so when Mr. The Perks of Being a Wallflower 2012 Subtitles Based on the novel written by Stephen Chbosky, this is about 15-year-old Charlie Logan Lerman , an endearing and naive outsider, coping with first love Emma Watson , the suicide of his best friend, and his own mental illness while struggling to find a group of people with whom he belongs.