Charlie Bartlett

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Longtime film editor Jon Poll Meet the Fockers and Austin Powers in Goldmember makes his directorial debut with this coming-of-age comedy about a wealthy public school system newcomer Anton Yelchin who wins over his skeptical classmates by serving as a surrogate psychiatrist to the troubled student body. Robert Downey Jr., Hope Davis, and Kat Dennings co-star.
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Longtime film editor Jon Poll Meet the Fockers and Austin Powers in Goldmember makes his directorial debut with this coming-of-age comedy about a wealthy public school system newcomer Anton Yelchin who wins over his skeptical classmates by serving as a surrogate psychiatrist to the troubled student body. Robert Downey Jr., Hope Davis, and Kat Dennings co-star.
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Special Features

Audio commentary with Director Jon Poll & Writer Gustin Nash; ; Audio Commentary with Director Jon Poll & Anton Yelchin & Kat Dennings; Restroom Confessional featurette; Music Video: "Voodoo" by Spiral Beach; ; Closed Caption
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All Movie Guide
Naming a film after the main character usually means one of two things: 1 They didn't have any better ideas, which should alert viewers to the potential for further creative bankruptcy; 2 They wanted to reward the screenwriter for thinking up a snappy moniker. The trailers for Charlie Bartlett made it seem like a case of #2, hammering home the character's name and prepping audiences for a prep school movie somewhere between Rushmore and Running With Scissors on the eccentricity scale. But Charlie Bartlett is actually a deceptively straightforward teen movie, coming closer to Pump Up the Volume, with the world's nicest ne'er-do-well Anton Yelchin ministering to his classmates through amateur psychiatry in the boys' bathroom, rather than a pirate radio show. Yelchin's warm acting style exudes the enthusiasm and vocal mannerisms of a child, and though this is far less sophisticated work than he did in Alpha Dog, it's a winning performance. Equally compelling is Kat Dennings as his love interest, a sassy spitfire similar in temperament to her role in The 40-Year-Old Virgin. The older characters don't fare quite so well -- Hope Davis' Mrs. Bartlett is so underwritten, all she can do is contribute aimless loopiness, and Robert Downey Jr., the should-be-cool principal, ends up displaying personality issues far more alarming than those of his students. While the premise is pretty thin -- how could Charlie dispense advice to a whole queue of prospective "patients" without attracting attention? -- the movie's heart is in the right place, wiping out some of its flaws. Charlie Bartlett also manages a somewhat incisive commentary on teenagers' increasing reliance on and ease of getting prescribed pharmaceuticals.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/24/2008
  • UPC: 883904107750
  • Original Release: 2007
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  • Source: Mgm (Video & Dvd)
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 1:37:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Anton Yelchin Charlie Bartlett
Robert Downey Jr. Principal Gardner
Hope Davis Marilyn Bartlett
Kat Dennings Susan Gardner
Tyler Hilton Murphy Bivens
Mark Rendall Kip Crombwell
Megan Park Whitney Drummond
Dylan Taylor Len Arbuckle
Jake Epstein Dustin Lauderbach
Jonathan Malen Jordan Sunder
Derek McGrath Superintendent Sedgwick
Stephen Young Dr. Stan Weathers
Ishan Dave Henry Freemont
Dave Brown Officer Hansen
Eric Fink Thomas
Noam Jenkins Dean West
Lauren Collins Kelly
Annick Obonsawin Daisy
Sarah Gadon Priscilla
Aubrey Graham A/V Jones
Michael D'Ascenzo Scott
Dwayne McLean Bus Driver
Quancetia Hamilton Mrs. Albertson
Richard Campbell Dr. Sam Costell
Kim Roberts Dr. Linda Jenkins
David Fraser Dr. Jacob Kaufmann
Marvin Karon Dr. P. Sarossy
Brendan Murray Dorm Head
Abigail Bernardez Cheerleader #1
Laura Jeanes Cheerleader #2
Annamaria Janice McAndrew Cheerleader #3
Amelia Tenttave Len's Girlfriend #1
Annabelle Singson Len's Girlfriend #2
Julia Cohen Receptionist
Abby Zotz Kip's Mom
Spiral Beach Vocalists
Maddy Wilde Spiral Beach
Airick Woodhead Spiral Beach
Dorian Wolf Spiral Beach
Daniel Woodhead Spiral Beach
Technical Credits
Jon Poll Director
Alan E. Baumgarten Editor
Christophe Beck Score Composer
Robin D. Cook Casting
Joshu de Cartier Art Director
Tamara Deverell Production Designer
Wayne Downer Stunts
Joe Eigo Stunts
Henry Embry Sound/Sound Designer
Roger Findley Camera Operator
Michael Haight Sound/Sound Designer
Richard Hicks Casting
Libby Hodgson Asst. Director
Trish Hofmann Executive Producer
William Horberg Executive Producer
Dave Jordan Musical Direction/Supervision
Barron Kidd Producer
Sidney Kimmel Producer
Joey Kippax Stunts
Steve Longi Co-producer
John Macdonald Stunts
Patrick Mark Stunts
Duncan McLean Stunts
Tim Merkel Camera Operator
Gustin Nash Co-producer, Screenwriter
Michael O'Farrell Sound/Sound Designer
Curtis Parker Stunts
Jennifer Perini Executive Producer
David Permut Producer
Robert Racki Stunts
Joseph R. Racki Stunts
Jay Roach Producer
David Rubin Casting
Paul Sarossy Cinematographer
Shayna Segal Stunts
Luis M. Sequeira Costumes/Costume Designer
Bryan Thomas Stunts
Bruce Toll Executive Producer
Jojo Villanueva Musical Direction/Supervision
Mark Willis Camera Operator
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Scene Index

Disc #1, Side A -- Charlie Bartlett
1. Not Again! (Main Titles) [5:09]
2. The Principal [1:38]
3. First Day [2:03]
4. Rhetorical Question [2:37]
5. Auditions [2:06]
6. The Fantasy [2:33]
7. Word of the Day [3:04]
8. New Medication [4:09]
9. Business Partners [3:29]
10. Most Popular [3:08]
11. Psychological Disorders [4:27]
12. Lemonade Stand [2:50]
13. Entrepreneurs [3:08]
14. Mom and Dad [5:06]
15. Visiting Day [1:30]
16. Distant Second [4:59]
17. A Teenager's Duty [3:28]
18. A Virgin No More [4:39]
19. Defying Gravity [4:18]
20. The Big Picture [4:15]
21. A Real Date [3:24]
22. Student Protest [2:55]
23. In the Bag [2:40]
24. Riot! [3:23]
25. Taking the Blame [2:42]
26. Just a Kid [5:54]
27. Sing Out [3:27]
28. End Titles [3:35]
Disc #1, Side B -- Charlie Bartlett
1. Not Again! (Main Titles) [5:09]
2. The Principal [1:38]
3. First Day [2:03]
4. Rhetorical Question [2:37]
5. Auditions [2:06]
6. The Fantasy [2:33]
7. Word of the Day [3:04]
8. New Medication [4:09]
9. Business Partners [3:29]
10. Most Popular [3:08]
11. Psychological Disorders [4:27]
12. Lemonade Stand [2:50]
13. Entrepreneurs [3:08]
14. Mom and Dad [5:06]
15. Visiting Day [1:30]
16. Distant Second [4:59]
17. A Teenager's Duty [3:28]
18. A Virgin No More [4:39]
19. Defying Gravity [4:18]
20. The Big Picture [4:15]
21. A Real Date [3:24]
22. Student Protest [2:55]
23. In the Bag [2:40]
24. Riot! [3:23]
25. Taking the Blame [2:42]
26. Just a Kid [5:54]
27. Sing Out [3:27]
28. End Titles [3:35]
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Menu

Disc #1, Side A -- Charlie Bartlett
   Play Feature
   Language Selection
      Audio
         English 5.1 Dolby Surround
         Spanish Dolby Surround
         Feature Commentary
      Subtitles
         English
         Spanish
         Subtitles: None
   Scene Selection
   Special Features
      Commentary with Director Jon Poll and Writer Gustin Nash: On/ Off
      Restroom Confessional
Disc #1, Side B -- Charlie Bartlett
   Play Feature
   Language Selection
      Audio
         English 5.1 Dolby Surround
         Spanish Dolby Surround
         Feature Commentary
      Subtitles
         English
         Spanish
         Subtitles: None
   Scene Selection
   Special Features
      Commentary with Director Jon Poll and Writer Gustin Nash: On/ Off
      Restroom Confessional
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    Funny but Still Lacking

    I thought the performances were pretty good overall. It is a movie you won't soon forget due to its original plot and clever characters, yet I think it is a little weak. Overall, it's a funny movie, but too mature for kids under 13, and too expensive for the price (you could rent it cheaper).

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    GREAT MOVIE!!

    This movie is sooo funny!! Its hilarious. It is also something you can learn about high school and the people in it and how you are just a kid. Its a really great movie! WATCH IT!!!!

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