The Kings Of Summer

The Kings Of Summer is a coming of age comedy film directed by Jordan Vogt-Roberts and it first hit the theaters on May 31, 2013, starring Nick Robinson, Gabriel Basso,  and Moises Arias.


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Age rating:
R (Restricted)
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Director:
Jordan Vogt-Roberts
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Duration:
94 minutes
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Genre:
drama

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Release date:
2014-12-31
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Stars:
Alison Brie,Nick Offerman,Mary Lynn Rajskub,Megan Mullally,Moises Arias

4 comments

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    Anonymous
    June 16, 2018
    "The Kings of Summer is one of the best films I've watched with Alison Brie on it, and I have watched all of them. She's not much of a main star here, but her acting looks like she was comfortable in the role, good enough for an Alifan like me"
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    Anonymous
    July 10, 2018
    "Cool movie! I like how these group of guy friends came up with a funny idea of living off the land!! anyways, it's a great summer film to watch with friends especially if you're into adventures."
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    Anonymous
    July 10, 2018
    "Cool movie! I like how these group of guy friends came up with a funny idea of living off the land!! anyways, it's a great summer film to watch with friends especially if you're into adventures."
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    What are the best summer movies
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    Anonymous
    July 13, 2018
    "The Kings of Summer is such a refreshing and charming film. I love how some scene takes me back to my youth. Nick Robinson looks so young here too."
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