My Opinion: I thought this movie was just flat out fantastic. Not because of the story plot or anything like that, but just because the characters were all very believable and even relatable. The movie itself is full of oddball humor, drama, sex and these little twist that will make the movie hard to follow if you don’t give it your entire attention. So I will say that it’s not a film to watch when having friends over, unless they can manage to be quiet for an hour and 47 minutes. The movie is incredible and easily enjoyable, meaning you don’t have to force yourself to like it just because it has an actor or actress you really like in it. An altogether great movie, but there is one moment where the graphics lacked, but just one12 second scene shouldn’t deter you from watching this movie. Now the reason I was so drawn into the movie was the characters, but the characters wouldn’t exist without the help of the wonderful thespians on set for this movie. Steve Coogan is, of course, a comic wonder and an amazing actor to boot, but the real star power are the kids. I think they were all awesome in their roles, but I have a few favorites: Sarah Lind as the wheelchair-bound, Peggy Popoladopolous who was crippled when she got hit by a “Yum-Yum Chicken” truck. This also lead to her getting rich from the lawsuit and is the reason she has been put in with all the other “rejects” in the Shed, because “The Shed” is handicapped accessible. Another of My favorites are: Jim and Lute Lement. One, Jim, is a pervert turned hero and the other, Lute, is a mousy girl who worst crime is shoplifting and who almost stole my affection away from Peggy. Jim is played by the wonderful Josh Peck and Lute is played by the beautiful Laura Konechny. Sarah Lend may be my favorite actress for this movie, but even I have to say that Olivia Thirlby gives the best performance in the entire film. Her character believes that she killed her teacher and carries the mass amounts of grief on her shoulders,. Her portrayal as a possible rape victim is just wonderful and you will cheer for her throughout the movie, seeing as her character, Tess Sullivan, is the only one who can match wits with Cambell Babbit, played awesomely by Steve Coogan. There are also a few other characters’ that only made the movie more enjoyable: Max Hoffman as the goofy and likeable Fenster Itzky, The “Twins-y” type Sue and Ann played by Ingrid Nilson and Andrea Brooks respectively and Hilary Duff gave a good performance as the secrete “crush” of the dead teacher Sam, Lucy Diamond. My favorite scene of the movie is when Mrs. Itzky walks in on Fenster and Peggy. It is a fantastic movie and should be enjoyed by everyone, lots of laughs.