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Being CharlieThe drug-addicted son (Nick Robinson) of a California politician (Cary Elwes) finds romance with a beautiful but troubled girl, Eva, and is forced to battle with drugs, elusive love and divided parents in an adult rehab.
Actors of "Being Charlie"
Directors of "Being Charlie"Rob ReinerBirthdate: 6 March 1947, The Bronx, New York City, New York, USA
Creators of "Being Charlie"Matt ElisofonNick Reiner
Critic Reviews of "Being Charlie"Philadelphia InquirerMay 20, 2016
A well-crafted work that features a powerful performance by former child actor Nick Robinson (Jurassic World), Being Charlie is far too predictable, relying too often on all-too-familiar drug-story tropes.Chicago Sun-TimesMay 12, 2016
Better remembered as the vehicle to healing for the family than a movie that made an impact.Washington PostMay 12, 2016
There's something admirable about the fact that "Being Charlie" exists at all. It's a testament to Nick Reiner's survival. That doesn't mean it's a great movie.Arizona RepublicMay 12, 2016
In the end, "Being Charlie" feels like a first draft of a story that's still in progress.San Francisco ChronicleMay 12, 2016
Even as enlightenment occurs, Charlie is still mostly a guy you want to punch in the face.New York ObserverMay 06, 2016
The result is a film so personal you watch transfixed, caught up in a life that is constantly enthralling, with a universal appeal that extends beyond the exclusive Hills of Beverly.Punch Drunk CriticsJanuary 09, 2017
Too often lately Robinson has been the best part of meh movies.Washington City PaperJanuary 02, 2017
Yes, there's hugging at the end, but there's also no sugarcoating the truth about drugs.MetroMay 19, 2016
You might even want to forgive the many times it goes off the rails, falling back on the stock cliches it seemed too cool to perpetuate.Common Sense MediaMay 13, 2016
Mature depiction of young, self-defeating addict.Mark Reviews MoviesMay 13, 2016
When it's merely observing, Being Charlie refuses to offer simple answers. [The] subplots do just the opposite.The Newnan Times-HeraldMay 13, 2016
Well-intended and capably made, I suspect that "Being Charlie" will find utility in rehab circles.
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