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The Way, Way Back

It's a movie that embodies the life course of Duncan, a 14-year-old shy boy who decided to take on a new experience when he went on a summer vacation with his mother, her arrogant boyfriend, and her daughter. On this different journey, Duncan finds a new friend in Owen, director of the Water Wizz Water Park that reflects Duncan's path.
Duration: 103 min
Quality: HD
Release: 2013
IMDb: 7.4
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Bob Strauss Los Angeles Daily News
November 27, 2013 This coming-of-age comedy/drama rings emotionally false during many of its jacked-up, stacked-deck emotional confrontations and mistakes obnoxiousness for personality in almost every adult character.
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J. Olson Cinemixtape
April 17, 2016 Carell convincingly plays against type, Rockwell turns in one of his finest performances to date, and the picture's younger cast members uniformly impress.
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Robert Roten Laramie Movie Scope
December 08, 2013 The story has some of the lighthearted fun a boy should have working for a fun-loving boss and enjoying the company of a hot girlfriend, but he should be having a lot more fun than this.
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J. R. Jones Chicago Reader
September 10, 2013 Nice comedic work from Sam Rockwell and Allison Janney buoys this pleasant but routine coming-of-age drama by Nat Faxon and Jim Rash.
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Rene Rodriguez Miami Herald
July 19, 2013 The coming-of-age tale The Way, Way Back is sweet, heartfelt and utterly trite and predictable from beginning to end.
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Christopher Orr The Atlantic
July 26, 2013 An unexpected yet irresistible cross between Meatballs and The Ice Storm, The Way Way Back just may be the best movie of the summer.
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Molly Laich Missoula Independent
November 16, 2015 The Way Way Back has its heaviness, but in the end it floats to the surface and lodges.
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Anna Smith Time Out
August 27, 2013 This film's masterstroke is showing everything from Duncan's point of view, without the traditional cloying narration.
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Wesley Morris
January 06, 2014 The film has been complacently concocted for likability even as it gives you very little that's real, structured, or spontaneous enough to enjoy.
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Leonard Maltin indieWire
July 26, 2013 Like many of the best films in this genre The Way, Way Back is rooted in truth: honest observations about family dynamics, adolescence, dependence and independence.
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Christopher Runyon Movie Mezzanine
February 20, 2014 An astoundingly sweet, lovable, immensely enjoyable little film that hits all the right notes as you're watching it thanks to its excellent cast.
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Britt Hayes Birth.Movies.Death.
March 17, 2017 While it doesn't always stick the landing and the plot threads feel a little clumsily tied, The Way, Way Back succeeds where it counts with its big, sloppy heart.
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