The Perks of Being a Wallflower is that rare teen flick that receives great reviews. Based on Stephen Chbosky's novel—he also wrote and directed the film—the story takes place in Pittsburgh in the early '90s. Freshman loner Charlie (Logan Lerman) is befriended by two seniors: Patrick (Ezra Miller), a closeted young man, and his super cool stepsister Sam (Emma Watson). The best parts of this really good film involve seeing Watson shed her Hogwarts roots. Here are the ten things we think prove Emma Watson's more magical when she's simply being real.