Flipped Synopsis
A girl and a boy experience an ever-changing relationship from grade school to junior high.
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Movie Reviews

Deep meaning

By mikeee
This is more than a cute movie with a story line. It's filled with moral messages that create talking points for parents and kids. Rob has created a movie that requires thinking. There's no sex, no...

beautifully made

By movie vixen
A beautifully made film. Accurate to the moods of the 50's and 60's. We saw it as a group (5 of us) and we all related to the characters. The acting was perfect and the story line was well developed...

No flipping over Flipped

By nsalovesmoviesathome
Basically, Rob Reiner wrote a double script. Each scene was played out twice, once from the female's point of view and then again from the male's point of view and vice versa. It was a twenty minute,...

Five Word Review

By dcspas
classic family cute uplifting touching...


By hippychicmonkey
BEST MOVIE EVER!! I love it and my friend did too. It really made you feel like you were in it and also it gave you a giddy feeling. two words, watch it!...

Sweet and Simple

By marciamichele
I guess many would call this a chick flick, and being a chick, I liked it! It was very sweet, loved the 1950's setting and especially loved the message for young teens. The characters were great,...

Five Word Review

By Nicci2362
Touching Eye-Opening Heartfelt Life Dramatic...


By sue_pratley
Tender, touching and meaningful story! Thank you, Rob Reiner. We need more movies of this caliber....

Sweet but not Sappy

By minnie_huntingtonbeach
First love as well as a look at family dynamic. John Mahoney always delivers with a stellar performance. He does not disappoint. The 8th graders are fresh in appearance but not in behavior. What...


By philnjamie
Truly a fantastic movie of coming of age, family, relationships, and learning the ways of the world. A must see!!!!!!!!!!...

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Rated PG | For some thematic material and language
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Coming-of-age romance brings light touch to heavy themes.
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