One of my absolute favorite films of Sundance 2008 thus far is Jonathan Levine’s 1994-based teen drug comedy The Wackness. Levine and his cast (which includes Josh Peck, Olivia Thirlby, Ben Kingsley and Method Man) have delivered a brilliant film that feels a lot like it could be this year’s Juno. But that is just speculation. In order to help you understand a bit of the film’s awesomeness, I have hounded a publicist to the point of hooking me up with a 1 minute clip from the movie. Hopefully, it will make you want to go out and see the other 109 minutes of the film.

Check out the clip below. Also, read my review of the film here.

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