With an all-star cast featuring the beloved Julianne Moore and Alice In Wonderland's Mia Wasikowska, The Kids Are All Right portrays an unconventional family structure. Moore's two teenaged children begin the hunt for their biological father, which changes the family's home life forever. The Kids Are All Right is sure to be a feel-good, witty comedy full of laughs and up and downs.
Release date: July 9, 2010 (limited)
Jonah Hill is at his finest in the indie comedy Cyrus. After Hill's title character, Cyrus, learns that his mother is dating a new man, insecurities and self-doubt at released. How will his mother's budding relationship last when Cyrus is doing everything in his power to sabotage it? Find out for youself in the summer comedy that Sundance deems as "tingling" and "irresistable."
I chose two family-oriented films because I feel that summertime is the perfect opportunity to reconnect with our loved ones. Regardless of bitter fights, arguements, and supressed resentment that took place during the school year, summer allows us to wash our grudges clean and start anew with our families. So kick back with some freshly popped and over-buttered popcorn and enjoy these flicks this summer!