The Way, Way Back Review | LRA

LRA writes: Writers/Directors Nat Faxon and Jim Rash's coming-of-age tale The Way, Way Back is a bit of a revelation amidst a crowded summer of blockbusters and other bloated cinematic fare. It's casual honesty, its richly detailed and nuanced characters and their individual dilemmas or hardships makes for one of the most endearing and thoroughly enjoyable films of the year, let alone the summer. The marketing does have it a little wrong though, this isn't this year's Little Miss Sunshine or Juno, because it is better than both those films on nearly every level.

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