The Kings of Summer
- With: Nick Robinson, Gabriel Basso, Moises Arias
- Directed by: Jordan Vogt-Roberts
- 95 Min
- Rated R
Review: There is a lot going on inside a teenager boy’s mind. A mix of feelings that sometimes is the reason for our bad actions. But while growing up, the important thing is to learn with our mistakes. In “The Kings of Summer” there is a lot of stuff going on. Its a story about one boy (Joe) who is tired of living alone with his father and that wants to be free. One night, after a party that went wrong, he discovered a magnificent place where he thought he could start a new life so he persuaded his best friend and a guy he met at that party to built a house in the middle of the woods. This is a coming-of-age story that focuses on the feelings of this three teenagers. It is a story about young love and growing up. Moises Arias’ character (Biaggio) brought a special touch to the film, adding to it great and funny moments. It’s a movie that will give you enough reasons to smile and to be happy. Funny, smart and sweet, “The Kings of Summer” is another great movie of 2013!