Alright, so I might have been upset about the movie. I was disappointed, actually. From all the raves of my friends that saying "It's my new favorite movie!" I was expecting....EPICNESS.
From the beginning the movie starts off with the Charlie and his first letter to a "friend". I liked how it was totally different from how the book went. I don't mind if a book to movie adaptation is different but still similar because all that matters is if it works. But, since it's a movie, you don't actually get that whole feel of things taken from the book. It's like they wanted to capture that feeling from the book, but couldn't.
But the casting was pretty close. Logan Lerman as Charlie? Perfect. He was innocent and still had those raw emotions, though Charlie in the book was an emotional person throughout the whole way, in the movie, he was somewhat normal. Emma Watson as Sam was also pretty fit for the role. And Ezra Miller as Patrick (Nothing). XD Geez, he literally made the movie so much better.
Mr. Callahan: [Mr. Callahan looks at Patrick's terrible attempt at the Shop class term project] You've gotta be kidding me.
Patrick: Remember, if you fail me you get me again next semester.
But somethings did work and were filmed beautifully. Those parts where they were in the tunnel. Those, those had that feeling I was looking for.
"And in this moment I swear, we are infinite."