MOVIE REVIEW: ‘THE KINGS OF SUMMER’ SHOWS THE VALUE OF FRIENDS, FAMILY AND ADOLESCENCE

Stephanie Sokol for The Pit When three teenage boys grow fed up with their lives, and parents, they decide to rebel. Teen angst leads them to create a place to call their own, where no one can find them. These are ‘The Kings of Summer.’ The Sundance film, shot in Ohio, opens with a foreshadowing scene,Continue reading “MOVIE REVIEW: ‘THE KINGS OF SUMMER’ SHOWS THE VALUE OF FRIENDS, FAMILY AND ADOLESCENCE”

“The Kings of Summer:” A Q&A with director Jordan Vogt-Roberts

Stephanie Sokol for The Oakland Press “The Kings of Summer” follows three teenage boys, who are fed up with adolescence and their parents. They decide to  run away from home and try to make it on their own by building a house in the woods and living off the land. Director Jordan Vogt-Roberts, a metroContinue reading ““The Kings of Summer:” A Q&A with director Jordan Vogt-Roberts”