New Showing, Passes Available, They Go FAST!
Read on about the film:
This is an advance screening, Thursday, July 11th, 7:30pm. Crossgates.
IF YOU GET PASSES (see below), ARRIVE EARLY, SEATING IS NOT GUARANTEED!
The movie will be in limited release to just 19 theaters, on July 5th. A wide release is currently set for July 19th in the Albany area.Now’s your chance to see this great family film!
Without having seen the film, the best comparison, at least for tone, might be Little Miss Sunshine, though this film is rated PG-13. It’s written by Nat Faxon and Jim Rash, who wrote another family comedy/drama, The Descendants, starring George Clooney.
Whereas The Descendants centered on Clooney as a Hawaiian landowner suddenly faced with the realization he doesn’t know his family at all, and is forced to quickly mend long deteriorating fences, The Way, Way Back centers on Duncan, an awkward teen finding his place in the world. Like The Descendants, and despite a minimalist budget, TWWB sports a robust supporting cast: Steve Carell, AnnaSophia Robb, Maya Roudolph, Amanda Peet, Sam Rockwell, Rob Corddry, Toni Collette, writers (also established actors) Jim Rash and Nat Faxon, and Robert Capron (sidekick in The Wimpy Kid series),
If Duncan looks familiar to you, he’s played by Liam James, who also plays Det. Linden’s son on AMC’s The Killing, and he’s also the original ‘Young Shawn’ on USA’s Psych, a role held until he was called out within an episode as getting too old to play the same age character any longer.
A Sundance Film Festival official selection, and Newport Beach Film Festival Audience Award winner, The Way, Way Back rates 7.4 on IMDB and 91% on Rottentomatoes.com – both very respectable scores.
Brought to us by Fox Searchlight, get your Albany area passes for this showing right here! If they sell out, check back next week as well, as more opportunities might arise.
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