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Just Peck is a 2009 American comedy film directed by Michael A. Nickles and written by Marc Arneson.
A skinny high school sophomore dreams up a science project that will make him a living legend, and win him the heart of a pretty senior who sees his true potential. Michael Peck is the kid nobody sees while he's walking down the hall. But when popular senior Emily takes a liking to Michael, he starts to become a little less invisible. Meanwhile, Michael's well meaning yet misguided parents pressure him to enter the upcoming science fair - an event that could land him right back in the land of misfits. With his newfound popularity hanging precariously in the balance, the smart and stealthy teen dreams up a science project that will turn heads, and teach his parents a valuable lesson.
- Keir Gilchrist as Michael Peck
- Brie Larson as Emily Donaldson
- Marcia Cross as Cheryl Peck
- Adam Arkin as Mike Peck
- Camryn Manheim as Principal Wood
- Kyle Kaplan as Geiger
- Tiya Sircar as Becca
- Hayley Holmes as Annie
- Serena Berman as Sage
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