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The Best Movies Of 2013 So Far
We're almost halfway through July-- I know, right?-- and just past the midway point of the year, which means that we're also almost done with summer movie season. The blockbusters are petering out, the dregs of summer are appearing on the horizon (sorry, R.I.P.D.) and the really great movies of fall feel so far away. So why not take this moment to look back over the year so far, and pick out the movies that we actually did love?
Now Streaming: Netflix Instant Alternatives to Now You See Me, The Kings Of Summer And The Purge
With so many titles to choose from, Netflix Instant's library can be overwhelming. So we bring you this biweekly column as a tool to cut through the clutter by highlighting some now streaming titles that pair well with the latest theatrical releases.
The Kings Of Summer Red Band Trailer Delivers A Healthy Dose Of Youthful Rebellion
Nick Robinson, Gabriel Basso and Moises Arias star as three teenage friends who can no longer take living with their parents. They decide to run away together and build a house in the middle of the woods where they can live off of the land and be rulers of their own lives.
Sundance Hit The Kings Of Summer Gets Timeless And Fun First Trailer
Escaping the suffocating drudgeries of their home life, teens Joe (Nick Robinson), Biaggio (Moises Arias) and Patrick (Gabriel Basso) steal into the woods to build themselves a summer home, free from all other responsibilities. Itís to be assumed hiding away from their families with their best friends will be trying for the boys on many levels, and harsh words and apologies will definitely enter into it.
See The Curious Teaser For Sundance Hit The Kings Of Summer
This teaser deliberately avoids detailing the movie's plot, and curiously avoids touting its most recognizable stars. Instead, it focuses on three nameless boys with an unmistakable chemistry goofing off in the woods. The rhythm they create is engaging. The build to the smallest's dance is weirdly satisfying. And the pull quotes from critics promise a movie that is hilarious and heartwarming, as well as reminiscent of Superbad and Stand by Me. What more could you want?