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A Plumm Summer

Rated PG for thematic elements and some mild rude language.

PG In Theaters 04/25/2008 , 101min.
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Critic score based on 2 reviews

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May 22, 2008
This old-fashioned mystery is solved by the kids, not the adults. The youngest cast member, Owen Pearce; wise beyond her years, Morgan Flynn; and newcomer to the screen, Chris Kelly, tug at the hearts of adults while providing adventure, action and entertainment for the younger crowd. You can take your entire family to this movie, with the assurance that no will be disappointed.
May 22, 2008
Did you see it? A Plumm Summer? If not, I ask one question....Why not? It was adorable, funny and endearing. I gave you the highlights here, but I just wanted to remind you that previews continue this week.This heartwarming, coming-of-age, family film is simply delightful. In a society that has forgotten the innocence of youth comes a movie destined to render you nostalgic for the wholesomeness
May 22, 2008
A Plumm Summer is a treat for the senses. Beautifully shot in Montana and well cast. A touching family tale with some great comedic relief. Kid and adult friendly, better than I expected!!
May 22, 2008
rob clizbe
This movie is beautifully shot and wonderfully acted. A Plumm Summer is great entertainment for the entire family. It appeals to all ages, and parents need not worry about inappropriate language, nor mystical ideology. Strongly recommended as a great family outing.
May 22, 2008
Lisa Guerrero, Henry Winkler, Billy Baldwin and the rest of the cast of A Plumm Summer take a dysfunctional family situation, the beliefs of a young child in a television marionette, and the protective caring of an older brother to create a sometimes tension-filled, but always fun movie the whole family can enjoy.You may alternately laugh and cry, but you will never be apathetic as you view this

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Kirk Honeycutt
The Hollywood Reporter
This family film is willing to tackle important issues such as burgeoning sexuality, alcoholism and a troubled home life but does so in a bland and unconvincing story. Full Review
Lael Loewenstein
Montana-set, reality-inspired picture feels like an homage to a bygone era of moviemaking: It takes its time to build character and story, there's hardly a CG effect in sight, and there's nothing high-concept about it. Full Review

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