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Comedy Josh Peck in The Wackness () Josh Peck and Olivia Thirlby in The Wackness () Ben Kingsley at an event for The Wackness () Ben Kingsley and. The Wackness is a American coming-of-age comedy-drama film by Jonathan Levine and starring Josh Peck, Ben Kingsley, Mary-Kate Olsen, Famke . 3 Jul Rotten: Critics Consensus: Sympathetic characters and a clever script help The Wackness overcome a familiar plot to make for a charming.
10 Jul "The Wackness," which is set in , contains so many drugs, it could have been made in the s, along with "Panic in Needle Park" and. The Wackness movie reviews & Metacritic score: The Wackness centers on a troubled high school student named Luke Shapiro--a teenage pot dealer who. In the midst of a midlife crisis, a psychiatrist forms a relationship with a teenage drug dealer, who trades his product for therapy sessions. Watch trailers & learn.
risperdalsideeffects.com: The Wackness: Ben Kingsley, Famke Janssen, Josh Peck, Olivia Thirlby, Method Man, Jane Adams, Aaron Yoo, Talia Balsam, David Wohl, Bob. The Wackness summary of box office results, charts and release information and related links. A description of tropes appearing in Wackness. One of the strangest stoner films you'll ever see. Directed by Jonathan Levine (50/50), set in New York in . The Wackness. Written and directed by Jonathan Levine. Bittersweet coming-of-age pic about a pot dealer. Read Common Sense Media's The Wackness review, age rating, and parents guide.
The Wackness is a period piece drama that takes viewers back to the summer of in New York City. It's three months in the life of a drug dealer as he. Jonathan Levine, writer/director of The Wackness, channeled all of those memories and more into his coming-of-age film starring Josh Peck as Luke Shapiro. 29 Jun Jonathan Levine has directed “The Wackness,” a semiautobiographical story set in New York and starring Olivia Thirlby and Josh Peck. Coming of age drama. High-school graduate Luke is faced with a summer alone in Manhattan, dealing marijuana and listening to his parents argue, before.