The Perks of Being A Wallflower hits theaters tonight and if you haven't listed it on your to-do list for this week, you need to rethink your schedule. The film, directed by Stephen Chbosky, also the author of the book it was adapted from, isn't just a story of some kid dealing with bullies in high school and navigating his way around first love. In a way, it's on pace to becoming this generation's The Breakfast Club.

If tapping into your inner angsty teen isn't enough to convince you to see it, then remember this: Emma Watson is in about 80% of the movie. The 22-year-old British actress is branching out of Harry Potter and taking on her first American role as Sam, the main protagonist Charlie's (Logan Lerman) boyish obsession. And don't worry about feeling weird crushing on her, she's all grown up now—just take a look at her must-see pictures.