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|Release Date The Kings of Summer May 31, 2013 Limited Genres The Kings of Summer : Comedy|
|Total Vote User The Kings of Summer : Visitor|
|User Ranting The Kings of Summer :|
|User Percentage For The Kings of Summer : %|
|User Count Like for The Kings of Summer : 2,846|
|All Critics Ranting For The Kings of Summer : 7.9|
|All Critics Count For The Kings of Summer : 11|
|All Critics Percentage For The Kings of Summer : 100 %|
Actors For The Kings of Summer
|Nick Robinson,Gabriel Basso,Moises Arias,Nick Offerman,Alison Brie,Megan Mullally,Mary Lynn Rajskub|
The Kings of Summer Movie Review
|A light-stepping kids comedy for grown-ups. |
Chris Vognar-Dallas Morning News
Toy's House, Jordan Vogt-Roberts' debut feature, is a full-on fairy tale, and one that could win plenty of friends with its absurdist, caustically funny take on adolescent agitation.
While plot-wise it's a little slender, not to mention heavy on studied eccentricities, Jordan Vogt-Roberts' debut feature also has a generous share of rewards.
David Rooney-Hollywood Reporter
A sweet (but still funny) coming-of-age tale with its heart firmly in the right place.
This tonally buoyant coming-of-age film works as both an off-kilter comedy and a potent drama.
Shaun Munro-What Culture
The Kings of Summer features some snazzy effects and an alt-rock soundtrack including some not overused slow-motion photography to illustrate Joe's murderous dream and several neat montages.
Harvey S. Karten-Shockya.com
Toy's House is what Moonrise Kingdom might have been like if the director's played-out style and monotone quirkiness had not interfered with its similar tale.
Erik Childress-Film Threat
An unforgettable coming-of-age comedy that's sweet, witty, and brings back the joys of being young and full of life.
It's an original, and a real gem.
A hilarious, over-the-top coming-of-age comedy.
The MVP here is Chris Galletta's script, which is as knowing of teen emotions as it is acidly funny.
Sean Means-Salt Lake Tribune
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