Family Summer Movie Must-See: 'Flipped'
The summer movie season has just started, and we feel like we already need a break from car crashes, gun fights, explosions and rippling abs (okay, maybe not the last one). So, when our friends at Moviefone sent us the trailer for the sweet coming-of-age comedy "Flipped," we, well, flipped. Directed by Rob Reiner and based on the young adult novel by Wendelin Van Draanen, "Flipped" follows the story of Juli Baker and the object of her affection, Bryce Loski, from second grade through junior high. Even better, it's set in a time before cell phones, Facebook and iPods ruled the world, sparking warm, fuzzy memories of movies like "The Sandlot," "Now and Then" and "My Girl." "Flipped" hits theaters on Aug. 8.
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