#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – The Education of Charlie Banks is a coming of age tale that spans from the playgrounds of lower Manhattan to the idyllic greens of a fictional liberal arts college in upstate New York. Set during the eighties, it is a story about change, inevitability, and ultimately, about facing one’s fears.
Plot: College student Charlie Banks has to face old problems when the bully he had an unpleasant encounter with back in high school shows up on his campus.
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Well Done Jason Ritter – Well Done
This is a touching story filled with breakout performances. Jason Ritter hit it out of the park and so did Jesse Eisenberg. Most of the film is set in the 80s, and the style of cinematography brings you right into the East Village 25 years ago. Nearly every character was captivating, including Ritter, Eisenberg and hilarious Sebastian Stan. The plot is rich…even the music was first class. If I had to say one bad thing about the film I would have a hard time. I caught it in NY on Saturday night and anyone who has seen it knows that these films are few and far between. The audience applauded well into the credits. I am bringing my girlfriend back to see it tomorrow or Wednesday.
Wow what a film!
The truth is If I had known in advance this was a movie directed by Fred Durst, I would’ve said ‘I’d rather read the yellow pages than wasting my time in something made by Fred Dust’. It was a good thing I didn’t learn about it till the end of the movie.
I’m watching all of Sebastian Stan’s movies, and of course this one was on the list, so I decided to spend this hot summer night watching this movie.
And what a surprise!
I honestly don’t know where to begin. OK, I know where to begin.
The director of this film, Mr. Fred Durst. All those that know me know how much I hate Limp Bizkit (still do) and especially Fred Durst. But I have to be fair, and after watching this movie I have to say why the hell isn’t this guy making movies instead of making awful music? I have to bite my tongue now, and say congratulations for a job very well done. I wasn’t really expecting it.
But don’t expect me to say the same thing about the band lol.
The settings, edition, and picture of the movie are beautiful. The music was very well chosen and perfect for every scene.
The actors: the cast is perfect. Especially the way Jesse Eisenberg played Charlie, and Jason Ritter played Mick.
You get immersed so easily in the story and with the characters that you want to be one more of the group. The choices we make and how they shape our life, our future. The way things can affect your life, especially family, money, growing up in a good environment, friends, motivations, opportunities you see all that in this movie.
This movie tends to play with your emotions and makes you hesitate, if I had been in Charlie’s shoes, what would I’ve done? Was he right or wrong? If someone don’t have many opportunities in life and grew up in a poor environment, is the other person guilty for life or should that person get a second, even a third opportunity? Should we just sit down, judge them and throw them away or should we take the time to make the difference even if its not an easy thing to do?
Since my reason for watching this movie was Sebastian Stan, I have to say I loved Leo, he’s the friend we would all love to have, fun, friendly, easygoing, charming and did I say fun? Sure he did one bad thing but hey we’re not perfect, are we? I loved the way Sebastian played Leo and I would’ve loved to see more scenes with him in the movie. oh and when I saw the ocean I thought ‘it would be great if they all grab Leo and throw him off into the water’, seconds later bang! They did it, I was laughing.
Love, friendship, fun, experimentation, loyalty, friendzone, lessons of life, its all here.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 40 min (100 min), 1 hr 40 min (100 min) (USA)
Director Fred Durst
Writer Peter Elkoff
Actors Jesse Eisenberg, Jason Ritter, Eva Amurri
Country United States
Awards 1 win
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
Laboratory Technicolor, New York (NY), USA
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process Super 35
Printed Film Format 35 mm