The Wackness

2008

Comedy / Drama

18
IMDb Rating 7.0

Synopsis


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99 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by gnostic21 2

It's a coming-of-age story for the millennial generation, and if you're not in that demographic, it has a limited appeal. It's a bildungsroman, an exercise in teen-age angst for the 90s, which includes stoner / doper humor and sensibility. Not my shtick. I found it utterly boring meaningless. Perhaps had I been much much younger than I am, I would have been enchanted. Perhaps what we need, when we read movie reviews, is some coded indication of which demographic group this movie is aimed at so we can be alerted to avoid it, if we don't belong. Demographics are the marketing imperative of the movie industry and one is doomed to disappointment if one falls outside of that criterion.

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Reviewed by p-stepien 2

1994. Luke Shapiro (Josh Peck) has just finished high-school. Not with honours. Actually he is more engaged with selling good dope to really focus on studying. As every teenager he has issues, but fortunately one of his clients is Dr. Jeffrey Squires (Ben Kingsley), a qualified psychotherapist. In exchange for some good doobie he gets analysed for free. TO complicate matters he is deeply hooked on Kristin Squires (Famke Jannsen), the good doctor&#39;s stepdaughter. Add to that the fact that his parents argue with each other like babies and basically this is supposed to be a classic coming of age story.<br/><br/>But I just don&#39;t get it. The accolades. The audience awards. The high score. The only award I understand is the Razzie given to Ben Kingsley (how the mighty have fallen). The script is extremely pretentious and weakly crafted. Josh Peck does a good job as the dopeseller, but he seems constantly out of it. The remaining cast seem superficial and most situations are just superfluous, unnecessary and random.<br/><br/>And one more thing: In what way is this movie a comedy? What exactly is there to laugh at? Maybe I didn&#39;t catch something on my radar, but as far as I&#39;m concerned this is a trashy movie, which is pretending to be way smarter than it actually is.

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Reviewed by jimmy-256 2

I watched this movie because I needed to get my mind off my painful hemorrhoids. Sure enough, I forgot about my roids because I was too busy trying to put my eyeballs back in their sockets after gouging them out with a Big Gulp straw. That&#39;s how bad this movie is. I am not kidding. I looked around the theater (after managing to pop my peepers back in) and saw that no less than 64 people were also struggling with their gouged eyeballs. The other 12 had hung themselves with twizzlers. One kid seemed to be enjoying the movie, but he also seemed to be enjoying his booger collection, so maybe the question you must ask yourselves before paying to see this movie is, do you enjoy booger collections? Well, do you?

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