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The Wackness is a 2008 American coming-of-age comedy-drama film by Jonathan Levine and starring Josh Peck, Ben Kingsley, Mary-Kate Olsen, Famke Janssen, and Olivia Thirlby. In New York City in 1994, Luke Shapiro (Josh Peck) is trading marijuana in exchange for therapy from his psychiatrist, Dr. Luke graduates from high school but while dealing at a party, he finds out that Justin (Aaron Yoo) and other people have gone away for the summer, except him and his classmate, Stephanie (Olivia Thirlby), Dr. When Luke returns home, he finds his parents arguing over money and their probable eviction. Luke grabs a letter from his father and reads that his family is getting evicted.
Luke starts dealing more marijuana to make money for his family. Squires, he bumps into Steph and invites her to come with him dealing around the city. Another client of Luke's shows up and while getting drunk and high, they get kicked out for underage drinking. Squires are walking from the bar and start tagging a wall but are apprehended by the police. He tells his father to be a man and do something about it.
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She reacts with astonishment and it's obvious (to the viewer, although not to Luke) that she's not looking for that kind of relationship with him.Levine said in The Dallas Morning News, "Beyond what worked tone-wise, a lot of the music speaks to what's going on in the movie. Luke and Stephanie bond in Central Park over beer and the sounds of Total Featuring the Notorious B. Levine says he considered expanding the film's soundtrack to include Weezer and Smashing Pumpkins, two of the year's biggest non-hip-hop acts, and that the original ending featured Nirvana's Lithium." Levine said, "Ultimately, tough choices refined the film's reach, which isn't such a bad thing.There's that 'Heaven & Hell' song by Raekwon when Josh is up on a water tower looking down, and it's asking, 'Is high school heaven or is it hell? ' by A Tribe Called Quest plays when Kingsley's trying to kick drugs. But that doesn't mean it was easy passing that other music up." The soundtrack from the Sundance submission edit of the movie differs from the final edit, with several tracks either being shifted, replaced, or cut out of some scenes possibly due to issues of licensing.In fact, Paige hasn't been shy about capturing a few romantic, candid moments with her man.From celebrating birthdays together or snapping selfies on car rides, the pair can't hide their affection for one another.