Charlie Bartlett (2007)

58% – Critics
71% – Audience

Charlie Bartlett Storyline

From a wealthy family, Charlie Bartlett is a bright and privileged seventeen year old high schooler who has a recurring fantasy of being famous and idolized just for being who he is. He has been expelled from private school after private school for using his smarts in nefarious but still largely harmless ways. Part of his attitude issue may be attributed to his father no longer being a presence in his life. As throwing money at the issue will no longer fix the problem, Charlie’s supportive mother Marilyn Bartlett, whose mellow attitude is largely medication induced, has no other option but to send Charlie to a public school, Western Summit High. Charlie’s routine of wearing a blazer and carrying an attaché case do not fit in with public school life, he largely shunned or bullied, the latter primarily by the school’s head thug, Murphy Bivens, with Charlie being only Murphy’s latest target. Using his smarts, Charlie is eventually able to become the toast of the student body by pushing the right buttons first with Murphy, then with the majority of the student body based largely on an encounter with another student Kip Crombwell, who is chronically depressed and prone to panic attacks. However, the one person at the school who could always see through Charlie’s veneer to the smart and clever person he is is Susan Gardner, who happens to be the daughter of the school’s disliked principal, Nathan Gardner. That dislike of Mr. Gardner by the students is a Catch-22 situation as he gets more restrictive the more out of hand the students seem to get in his mind. Mr. Gardner has and is still facing his own demons in the process. Charlie’s relationship with Susan may bring him to a standoff with her father, with movement on either side possibly based on if Charlie and/or Mr. Gardner can come to a true understanding of their own issues.

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Charlie Bartlett Movie Reviews

” No matter how bad things are for you, there’s always someone worse off “

The transitional age we all suffered through were our formative years, during High School. This is where you learn what you believe is wrong and what you didn’t believed is even more wrong. It’s at this very trying time, one learns in order to survive, one must adapt, ignore the obvious and embrace the impossible. This film called ” Charlie Bartlett ” deals with all those issues and more. It begins with young Charlie (Anton Yelchin) a teen who dreams of becoming the most popular boy in school. The reality is definitely the opposite. Although rich and spoiled by his dotting mother, Charlie who has caused so much trouble in private schools, has been transferred to public education. Here he begins by being out of place, out of step and out of touch. Between becoming a bully’s (Murphey Bivens) daily punching bag and dreaming of popularity, his efforts only land him in the arms of a shrink who proscribes a plethora of pharmaceutical drugs. Realizing their true value with the student body, he not only starts selling drugs, but becomes a peer confident. The change of life brings many rewards, and growing popularity but unfortunately closer to the troubled Principal (Robert Downey Jr.) and his rebellious daughter (Kat Dennings). All the characters have issues and our hero makes use of his substantial gifts of persuasion. The movie is surprisingly interesting and should not be underrated. It’s a fun film and one which holds the attention of multi generational audiences. Recommended to anyone with an open mind. ***

Sorry, not a fan of Charlie Bartlett

Charlie Bartlett (Anton Yelchin) is a smart rich kid who is new to public school. He’s been kicked out of every private school. His father is in prison. He gets picked on but feels above it all. He doesn’t fit in until he starts selling his prescriptions to his fellow students. He starts diagnosing them as a self-proclaimed doctor. His mother (Hope Davis) is a mess. Susan (Kat Dennings) is principal Nathan Gardner (Robert Downey Jr.)’s daughter.

I’m not usually a fan of Anton Yelchin. He always has a bit of a smirk. That’s what comes across with this Charlie Bartlett. He’s a bit smug and it’s not appealing. He feels above everybody else. If you do it like Ferris Bueller, it’s fun. This is not that. I suppose it’s a smirky indie. It has its moments. It’s nothing hilarious but I did smirk once or twice.

The central character annoyed the heck out of me.

Story of a spoiled rich kid who begins to sell Ritalin and advice to the student body of his new high school. In doing so he begins to find himself and his life.

What you think of the film will depend on what you think of Anton Yelchin as Bartlett. To some he’s a charming rogue, to me he comes off as an insufferable twit in the same way that Frank Albertson could be annoying in the B movies of the 1930’s and 40’s. I found him abrasive and had an impossible time getting through the film. To be certain the film is witty but with out a central character you care about all the clever lines in the world will fall flat, which was what happened here. In all honesty give me Juno any day.