The Kings of Summer

2013

Action / Adventure / Comedy / Drama

393
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 75%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 77%
IMDb Rating 7.2 10 71138

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Cast

Erin Moriarty as Kelly
Alison Brie as Heather
Nick Offerman as Frank
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by orlacordial 9 / 10

heartwarming film

It was a heartwarming film about a summer anyone could only dream of. Although I find them building a pretty sturdy house in the woods and not getting caught for 4 weeks a little unrealistic it didn't really matter. It was the perfect kind of comedy, nothing too stupid for no reason, Biaggio was the best comic relief anyone could ever ask for! I would definitely recommend!

Reviewed by Gre da Vid 5 / 10

Could Be Called "The Fed Up Summer"

Two boys who get fed up with their parents decide to build a house in the woods where they are convinced that they can't be found and they can live a life without parental oversight. A third friend, that is not known very well by either of the boys, provides some comic relief, but otherwise, is not germane to the story. They discover in a short period of time that their fun without responsibility sours when a female is introduced into their serenity. The one who brought her into their private world expected to benefit from their relationship, however, the other guy was the true benefactor. This brings an end to their utopia. The somewhat unknown actors in the primary roles are supported by known TV personalities who support the story with humor that makes this unlikely story fun and worth watching.

Reviewed by RileyOnFilm 7 / 10

Appealing to Adolescents

This is a fun little movie that made it under my radar a few years ago. If you enjoy high school dramadies, your likely to enjoy this. In one Summer, 3 boys discover a Lord of the Flies land in the wilderness by their home. Their escape their focus and isn't that what adolescent movies are all about? It's a common theme but the characterization and sometimes tense dramatic portions are original and effective.

This high school aged comedy/drama starts where the high school campus ends. Here we have three teenaged friends, unhappy with their home lives, who join together to leave the suburbs and build their own shack in the woods.

I think the angst of high school kids is pretty standard here. I remember wanting to move out of my parents house so badly at that age. I wasn't financially prepared to so I had to wait. These boys don't. They go through all the steps of building and preparing and their adventures along the way are quite engaging and heartwarming.

They do some drinking and smoking and of course they try all the things they couldn't do back home. There are some interesting characters here as well. The main character's father is quite interesting. He gets angry and has an opportunity to reconnect. Does he take that opportunity? You'll have to see to find out. While comic in nature there are some serious scenes as well.

There is a girl as there always will be. Her role is similar to the "interloper" in he Little Rascals fort. The drama and tension there becomes evident as the boys find out whether she belongs or not. I found the father drama along with the girl conflict quite easy to recall from childhood. I remembered these things that you go out and build a fort to discover. It's a good watch and I'd recommend it to anyone but mostly to fans of the high school dramedy.

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