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by Bill Newcott, August 3, 2010
• Review: Flipped. Watch
• Interview with Rob Reiner. Watch
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Nearly 25 years after Stand by Me, Rob Reiner is at it again with Flipped. The movie focuses on that confusing time between eighth-grade and high school.
Reiner uses comedy to show how adults – for better or worse – help kids navigate through that strange period. Starring Rebecca DeMornay and Anthony Edwards, Flipped offers lessons for both grownups and kids. Bill Newcott has more.
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