Review: Directed by Stephen Chbosky, also author of the novel, “The Perks Of Being a Wallflower” seizes the spirit of the High School’s students without introducing anything really new or noteworthy. The movie tells the story of Charlie, a shy and lone freshman, who becomes friend with two seniors, Sam and Patrick. Charlie was the most interesting character of the film, creating some empathy due to his melancholic personality and some unpredictable behaviors. As for the rest, the movie flows in tones of comedy and drama, delivering sensations of déja-vu with its problematic romances, parties, fights, friendships and betrayals. Not deep enough to be memorable, this movie will probably work if you are looking for a laid-back session or a movie not to think about.