20 Movies Like Wild Child (2008)

The British-American teen comedy film Wild Child (2008), which was directed by Nick Moore and released in 2008, stars Emma Roberts, Alex Pettyfer, Georgia King, Kimberley Nixon, Juno Temple, Linzey Cocker, Sophie Wu, Aidan Quinn, and Natasha Richardson.

The film was released in 2008. The movie was first seen in theatres in 2008. Poppy Moore is an affluent and spoiled adolescent who, after being transferred to a boarding school in England, discovers what it means to be a devoted friend and what the meaning of life is.

The character that Roberts portrays is Poppy Moore. Richardson had one more film appearance before she passed away the following year, and it was in this picture that she appeared.

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