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Charlie Bartlett

Charlie Bartlett 2007 (R)

Troubled rich kid Charlie (Yelchin) got kicked out of his private school after doing whatever he could to make himself accepted and popular. Now the new kid at a public high school, Charlie decides the way to ingratiate himself is to become his fellow students shrink and pharmaceutical supplier. Not yet reviewed. ?m/C US Anton Yelchin, Robert Downey Jr., Hope Davis, Tyler Hilton, Kat Dennings, Jonathan Malen, Jake Epstein, Megan Park, Ishan Dave, Anton Yelchin, Kat Dennings, Robert Downey Jr., Hope Davis, Tyler Hilton, Mark Rendall; D: Jon Poll, Jon Poll; W: Gustin Nash, Gustin Nash, Gustin Nash; C: Paul Sarossy, Paul Sarossy; M: Christophe Beck.

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