In the summer of 1994, Luke (Josh Peck), a high school drug dealer, falls in love, gets some therapy and sells a lot of pot. Olivia Thirlby (Juno
) plays the object of his affection, and her wacky stepdad (Ben Kingsley) is his shrink. Luke tries to sell as many drugs as possible from his ice-cream cart in order to help his financially troubled parents. Writer-director Jonathan Levine does a good job of capturing the period, and the performers do good work, especially Kingsley as the eccentric doctor. Shapiro and Thirlby play a convincing young couple that is mightily flawed. The film has some slow stretches, but it always comes back the strength of the performances. Mary-Kate Olsen shows up as a Deadhead, if thats of interest to you.