The Way, Way Back (2013)

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Directed By Nat Faxon, Jim Rash Nat Faxon, Jim Rash Starring Liam James Liam James  •  AnnaSophia Robb AnnaSophia Robb  •  Sam Rockwell Sam Rockwell  •  Steve Carell Steve Carell  •  Toni Collette Toni Collette Genres Comedy Drama  •  Coming-of-Age  •  Drama Studios &
Fox Searchlight Pictures
Release Info 2013-01-21T00:00:00Z January 21, 2013
Color  •  96 minutes PG13 Rated PG13
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TC2012 on 6/28/2013 Reply  · 

Highly anticipating this film, hoping for this to be my 400th movie ranked!

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Showtimebr on 11/15/2013 Reply  · 

101% my kind of movie.

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JessMan247 on 4/4/2014 Reply  · 

Great movie but i wanted more!

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jedi8246 on 7/11/2014 Reply  · 

I recently saw The Way Way Back. My first impression of the film was that "Oh may Gad! Steve Carrell can actually pull off being a dick!" Jokes aside, I thought the acting in this film was really solid. An impressive cast though I thought that the lead actor, Toni Collette, wasn't as impressive as the others. I could say certain parts of it were frustrating when reality seemed to get unnecessarily suspended (looking at the asinine dance scene), but I understand the purpose of said scenes so it's definitely forgivable.
Sam Rockwell is simply put, amazing. Rockwell is an extremely natural actor and I thought his character was just really well written. I had only seen in him in major studio fare (Iron Man 2, Cowboys and Aliens) previously. The man is a fine actor and I now look to see more films with him in it.
Overall, a really nice summer coming of age film. It became cliche at times, but was mainly a touching and unique affair. It made some really personal connections for me that I won't get into detail on. It's films like these that make me hopeful for the future of cinema. If only this could make as much money as Transformers 4: Age of da Wahlburg.

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