‘The Wackness’ tells good, oddball tale

Writer-director Jonathan Levine’s “The Wackness” has the type of self-assuredness that usually comes from a 20-year veteran, but I don’t think a man that old could have made this picture. The 30-something Levine came of age in the mid-1990s just like the film’s protagonist — Luke Shapiro (Josh Peck) — and the payoff is authenticity.

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