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Movie : Diary of a Wimpy Kid (2010)
Director : Thor Freudenthal
Writers : Jackie Filgo & Jeff Filgo
Release Date : 19 March 2010 (USA)
Genre : Comedy | Family
Starring : Zachary Gordon, Robert Capron, Rachael Harris, Steve Zahn, Devon Bostick
MPAA : Rated PG for some rude humor and language.
Country : USA
Language : English
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Duration : 1h 32mn
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11-year-old Greg Heffley (Zachary Gordon) is anxious to start middle school, confident he will easily become the school's most popular kid. However, Greg worries about how his "uncool" best friend, Rowley Jefferson (Robert Capron), will fit in. While Rowley is a good friend who helps Greg escape his terrorizing older brother, Rodrick (Devon Bostick), Greg worries that Rowley's "dorky" clothes and personality will embarrass both of them.
On their first day, Greg and Rowley meet Angie (Chloë Moretz), a seventh grader who works for the school's paper. Throughout the school year, Angie gives Greg and Rowley information about the workings of middle school, which she believes was created to store kids while they make the awkward transition between children to teenagers. Classmate Chirag Gupta (Karan Brar) tells Greg and Rowley the story behind the moldy slice of swiss cheese laying on the school's basketball court; upon touching the cheese, a kid named Darren Walsh (Harrison Houde) contracted the Cheese Touch; anyone who touches the cheese will create chaos as they pass on the Cheese Touch by touching someone else. The Cheese Touch eventually got taken away by a German exchange student named Dieter Muller, who moved back to Düsseldorf, Germany and took the Cheese Touch with him.
Greg is determined to be voted a "class favorite" and listed in the yearbook, but each of his attempts to do so backfire. His popularity quickly drops as he loses to Patty Farrell (Laine MacNeil), Greg's arch-enemy, in Scholastic wrestling (taught by Coach Malone (Andrew McNee));Greg angers teenagers on Halloween night by threatening to call the cops on them after they spray him and Rowley with a fire extinguisher, and then damages their eight-generation Ford F150 pickup truck with a weed whacker; Greg joins the geeky Safety Patrol with Rowley; and breaks Rowley's left hand during winter vacation during a game Greg invented with his Big Wheel. At school, everyone notices Rowley's broken hand and Rowley becomes very popular, much to Greg's dismay. Rowley's popularity increases when he beats Greg to become the school paper's cartoonist, despite Greg's dismissal of his ideas.
Greg and Rowley's friendship falls apart after Greg allows Rowley to take the blame for a mistake Greg made during Safety Patrol. After Greg tells Rowley the truth and tries to tell it as a joke, Rowley berates him for being a bad friend who cares about nothing but himself. When Mr. Winsky, the Safety Patrol teacher heard what had actually happened, he told Greg that he was now relieved of his Safety Patrol duties "effective immediately", and promotes Rowley to a captain. Rowley then leaves Greg and befriends a kid named Collin Lee (Alex Ferris). Greg tries to move on by having a sleep over with Fregley (Grayson Russell), the weirdest and 201st most popular (past the bottom) kid in school, but Fregley's sugar-induced hyperactivity is too much for him to take. He then tries to pursue popularity without Rowley by auditioning for the school play of The Wizard of Oz, but ruins the performance by starting an apple throwing fight with Patty in the middle of the performance.
At the school mother-son dance, Greg's mother (Rachael Harris) suggests Greg ask Rowley to go out for ice cream with them. However, Collin tells Greg that he and Rowley already have plans. Later, Greg is excited when Rowley comes up to him in school, but is disappointed when he learns Rowley only wants a game back. Greg refuses to return the game, causing them to get into a argument. Kids gather around them, wanting them to fight, but are quickly dispelled when the teenagers that Greg and Rowley had angered on Halloween drive up, looking for revenge. The kids find the Cheese and force Rowley to eat it. They are about to force Greg to eat the part Rowley didn't when Coach Malone arrives, leading the kids to run away.
The children return and find the partially eaten Cheese. Patty begins to accuse Rowley, but Greg steps in and takes the blame. He picks up the Cheese and makes a profound speech about the ridiculousness of the Cheese and other middle school institutions, but it backfires when Patty just shouts out that Greg has the Cheese Touch, causing everyone to run away from Greg. Greg and Rowley make up, and Angie approaches them to compliment Greg for his bravery. Greg and Rowley make it into the class favorites list as "cutest friends". The film ends with Greg, Rowley, and Angie laughing after Patty hugged Rowley and contracted the Cheese Touch and Greg narrating that he still has the summer and next year ahead of him.
Zachary Gordon as Greg Heffley. He is bullied by other kids at school and by Rodrick. He thinks that middle school is the dumbest idea ever invented. He says that he is 19th most popular despite that he is picked on and no one would want him to sit with them at lunch.
Robert Capron as Rowley Jefferson, Greg's loyal and kind best friend. He seems slightly smarter and more talkative in the movie than in the book.
Rachael Harris as Susan Heffley, Greg's mother.
Steve Zahn as Frank Heffley, Greg's father.
Devon Bostick as Rodrick Heffley, Greg's older brother. For unknown reasons, he tortures Greg a lot, and is the drummer of a band called "Löded Diper".
Connor and Owen Fielding as Manny Heffley, Greg's little brother, who calls Greg "Bubby".
Chloë Moretz as Angie Steadman, a seventh grader who tries to guide Greg through his sixth grade year.
Karan Brar as Chirag Gupta. He is a friend of Greg, and unlike in the books, has a more major role in the film.
Grayson Russell as Fregley, Greg's weird and extremely gross classmate Greg says that he is the 201st (past the bottom) most popular pupil in school.
Laine MacNeil as Patty Farrell, Greg's rival.
Alex Ferris as Collin Lee, Rowley's temporary best friend.
Andrew McNee as Coach Malone, the gym teacher.
Rob LaBelle as Mr. Winsky, the safety patrol teacher.
Kaye Capron (Robert Capron's real-life mother) as Rowley's mother.
Alf Humphreys as Rowley's father.
Jennifer Clement as Mrs. Flint, Greg's teacher.
Belita Moreno as Mrs. Norton, the music teacher for the Wizard of Oz play.
Filming of Diary of a Wimpy Kid wrapped up on October 16, 2009. A few months later, on March 19, 2010, the film was released. It combines live action with animation and is directed by Thor Freudenthal, with Zachary Gordon starring as Greg.
The official trailer for Wimpy Kid was released virally on January 21, 2010 and was shown in theaters with Tooth Fairy and Alice in Wonderland. A poster for the film was released shortly after. Another trailer was shown with Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief.
The official Facebook account for Wimpy Kid had uploaded three clips from the film, as of March 1, 2010. In the United Kingdom and Ireland the film was released in cinemas on August 25, 2010.
The film was released on DVD and Blu-ray on August 3, 2010
Reviews of Diary of a Wimpy Kid have been mixed. It holds a "rotten" rating of 54% on the film review aggregator site Rotten Tomatoes, based on 99 reviews. The consensus given is "Unlike its bestselling source material, Diary of a Wimpy Kid fails to place a likable protagonist at the center of its middle-school humor – and its underlying message is drowned out as a result." It also holds a "mixed or average" rating of 56 at Metacritic, based on 26 reviews.
Roger Ebert gave the film a three and the half out of four star rating: "It's nimble, bright and funny. It doesn't dumb down. It doesn't patronize. It knows something about human nature." Glenn Whipp of the Associated Press was less positive, saying, "In transferring the clean, precise humor of Kinney's illustrations and prose to the big-screen, the material loses just a bit of its charm." At the Movies host David Stratton gave the film one star while co-host Margaret Pomeranz gave it half a star. Stratton called the film "tiresome" and said there was "nothing remotely interesting in Thor Freudenthal's direction or the screenplay." Pomeranz disliked the character of Greg Heffley, saying "I really thought he was unpleasant. I did not want to spend time with him. I could not wait for the end of this film."
The film opened in second place at the weekend box office grossing $22.1 million, behind Alice in Wonderland.
Despite a lack of distinctive marketing, Diary of a Wimpy Kid drew a decent crowd, opening to $22.1 million on approximately 3,400 screens at 3,077 sites. It was the biggest start ever for a non-animated, non-fantasy children's book adaptation. Diary of a Wimpy Kid grossed more in its first three days than similar films like How to Eat Fried Worms and Hoot grossed in their entire runs. The film grossed $63,003,625 in North America and $11,695,602 in other territories for a worldwide total of $75,699,227