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One scene in Central Park is really well filmed, showing Stephanie in some kind of semi-profile, only her eye, mouth, and her cigarette smoke in the frame. The father's fallen on hard times at work, while the mom loafs at home, so Luke believes himself to be the breadwinner by selling marijuana. Though yes, I did think that Ben Kingsley nonchalantly throwing water balloons out the window of his high-rise apartment was absurdly funny.
Here are some of the things she had to say about the film: He provides a comical character and creates a character so entertaining, you can't help but smile once he appears on screen.
It is hard to tell when she is actually being sincere or just bored.
"The Wackness," director Jonathan Levine's eagerly-awaited followup feature to "All the Boys Love Mandy Lane," premiered at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival and was immediately acquired by Sony Pictures Classics. Fortunately, "The Wackness" was presented in a special midnight screening not on the official SXSW Film Festival schedule. Kingsley's performance is a tour de farce in a daring and risky role unlike anything we've seen -- this ain't your father's Gandhi.
But I really like his more meaningful moments with the lead, Josh Peck.I go back and forth on my opinion of his directing style in The Wackness.They seek to reconcile their faith with their poverty.Director: Jonathan Levine, 15, 99min Stars: Josh Peck, Olivia Thirlby, Ben Kingsley On general release Welcome back to the 1990s.In June 2008, Thirlby was described by Vanity Fair as a member of "Hollywood's New Wave".