Rating: R Trailer: Click here The Film - Its the summer of 1994 and the streets of New York are pulsing with the sound hip hop and wafting with the sweet aroma of marijuana. The newly-inaugurated mayor, Rudolph Giuliani, is only just beginning to implement his wave of anti-fun initiatives against crimes such as noisy portable radios, graffiti and public drunkenness. The Wackness centers upon a troubled high school student named Luke Shapiro ( played by Josh Peck of Nickelodeon's Drake & Josh ) a teenage pot dealer who forms a friendship with Dr. Jeffrey Squires (played by Ben Kingsley), a psychiatrist and kindred lost soul. When the doctor proposes Luke trade him weed for therapy sessions, while Luke is secretly crushing on his step daughter (played by Olivia Thirlby of Juno ) the pair begin to explore both New York City and their own depression. Propelled by an exuberant hip hop score; featuring the likes of A Tribe Called Quest, Wu-Tang Clan, NAS and The Notorious BIG, The Wackness captures the spell of 1994, a time of pagers, not cell phones; a time when Tupac and Biggie were still alive but Kurt Cobain had just died. Funny and moving, The Wackness is an offbeat tale of two lost souls stumbling towards maturity. Famke Janssen, Mary Kate Olsen and Method Man round out the cast in this edgy, bittersweet, and funny coming of age story. The Verdict - I literally cannot wait to see this film!