What we have with “ The Way Way Back” is a summer movie without special effects or superheroes, without graphic sex, screaming violence or streaming profanity.
It’s a movie that dares to entertain simply by creating empathetic characters, giving them witty dialogue and directing the actors to play them for real.
Because what we have here is a warm and wonderful movie that remembers: Back when we were 14 years old, we weren’t sure how we were ever going to fit in, e...
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