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The Kings of Summer (2013)


Why Live When You Can Rule.


  • Release Date:

    May 31, 2013

  • Genre:

    Comedy

  • Stars:

    Nick Offerman, Moises Arias, Nick Robinson

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Film Summary

Joe Toy (Nick Robinson), on the verge of adolescence, finds himself increasingly frustrated by his single father, Frank's (Nick Offerman) attempts to manage his life. Declaring his freedom once and for all, he escapes to a clearing in the woods with his best friend, Patrick (Gabriel Basso), and a strange kid named Biaggio (Moises Arias). He announces that they are going to build a house there, free from responsibility and parents. Once their makeshift abode is finished, the three young men find themselves masters of their own destiny, alone in the woods. Their idyllic summer quickly becomes a test of friendship as each boy learns to appreciate the fact that family, whether it is the one you're born into or the one you create, is something you can't run away from.

Film Details

Runtime:

01:33:00

Director(s):

Jordan Vogt-Roberts

Writer(s):

Chris Galletta

Cast:

Nick Offerman, Moises Arias, Nick Robinson, Alison Brie, Megan Mullally, Mary Lynn Rajskub, Gabriel Basso

Official Site:

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Facebook Page:

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  • justin
  • 2013-05-08 07:59:35
Toy's House was an interesting film following what most teenage kids wish...A kid who finally breaks free from his parents control. Joe Toy and his friend Patrick get fed up with their parents and decide to build a house in the woods to live in. I really enjoyed this movie. It seemed to have the right mix of comedy and drama to keep you engaged the whole movie. Watching a couple of teenage boys try and survive in the woods was a lot of fun, and Nick Offerman as Joe's dad was a lot of fun as well. The biggest thing to note, is that while this is billed as a comedy, it was definitely more than that. The emotional aspect of this movie was everything you come to expect from a movie that has to sale itself with a great story, like most films at Sundance, which made it all that more fun.