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Reiner, who made the similarly themed The Sure Thing about opposites who repel and attract, is a most sympathetic director of actors.
Madeline Carroll (previously Kevin Costner's wise daughter in Swing Vote) is wonderfully relatable as Juli, who stages a campaign to save the neighborhood sycamore tree and hatches chicks for her science project.
Flipped is a 2010 American romanticcomedy-drama film directed by Rob Reiner and based on Wendelin Van Draanen's novel of the same name.
It began a limited release in the United States on August 6, 2010, followed by a wider release on September 10. On review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes, the film has garnered a 55% "fresh" or 6.0/10 rating based on 73 reviews.
Most of the movie unfolds while Bryce and Juli are in eighth grade, which by definition means they occupy parallel universes.
By this time, Bryce begins to appreciate Juli's individualism and resourcefulness and Juli begins to regard Bryce as a conformist without much depth.
Kids will like watching other kids go through life struggles and adults will love the great, clean story that this is.
At the age of four, she was discovered by her theatrical agent 'Wendy' in a nail shop in Sherman Oaks.When Juli Baker (Madeline Carroll) first meets Bryce Loski (Callan Mc Auliffe) for the first time in second grade, she knows she's met her dream boy.However, after mooning over him for 6 years and witnessing his shallow disinterest in anything real and meaningful, she starts to wonder what substance he has (if any) and if he's worth all that mooning.There is one scene where a daughter talks back to her father (he deserved it) and he hits her across the face. It's very short but might be uncomfortable for really young audiences so set your filters on high for violence if you'd like to avoid that one.With your filters on this movie is great for the whole family!
The soundtrack, heavy on the Everly Brothers, might appeal less to teens than to their grandparents, who will likely also enjoy the nostalgic clothes, furnishings and the evocation of a world where chirps come from birds and not cell phones. Parent's guide: PG-13 (profanity, mature themes) Playing at: area theaters Flipped Directed by Rob Reiner. Parent's guide: PG (for language and some thematic material).