The perks of being a wallflower
I will admit the horrible truth and that is I haven't actually read this book; after having watched the movie, I'd wished I had of gotten my hands on the book sooner. I've heard people leaving the cinema cry, and personally, I hate crying in movies, haha sook, but I still had to go, regardless.
The cast was perfectly picked in my opinion, everyone true to their character. I adored Patrick, don't get me wrong, Charlie, I would hug in a second, but that's equal to Patrick. Sam (Emma) was just enchanting/memorizing.
Throughout the movie, I would laugh, get teary, fell my heart almost stop.. each character a bright future in one way or another, but a dark cloud hovering over all of them. And it wasn't until the end (I won't spoil it for those who haven't read the book/seen the movie), did I feel the waterworks...The chemistry between Charlie and Sam, made me smile like an absolute fool, but they were depicting a life-a scenario that's so relatable, and not a typical fairytale ending in one aspect... and also what I assumed was sad in the first place, completely twisted around, and I felt rather sick to the stomach..
It's amazing people with a horrible past, or current life, that go through such a hard time and suffer, that I wished there was more I could do.
Overall, I cannot wait to go back to the cinemas and see this again, as well as getting my hands on to the book, because I'm in love with this.
What was your thoughts on the movie?
Have you read the book?
What rating would you give it out of 5?