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Adventureland

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James has many financial problems and is a university graduate. James is still trying to find a summer job instead of traveling abroad, where circumstances put him in Adventureland, an amusement park. Over time, James maintains a relationship with a captivating colleague at work, where the worst summer ever seems to be good.
Actors: Alexis Ferrante ,
Alexis Ferrante
Alexis Ferrante
Bill Hader ,
Bill Hader
Bill Hader 7 June 1978, Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA
Zachary Palmer ,
Zachary Palmer
Zachary Palmer
Paige Howard ,
Paige Howard
Paige Howard 5 February 1985, Los Angeles, California, USA
Kelsey Ford ,
Kelsey Ford
Kelsey Ford
Jesse Slinger ,
Jesse Slinger
Jesse Slinger
Marc Grapey ,
Marc Grapey
Marc Grapey 5 April 1964, Chicago, Illinois, USA
Cliff Chien ,
Cliff Chien
Cliff Chien
Kristen Stewart ,
Kristen Stewart
Kristen Stewart 9 April 1990, Los Angeles, California, USA
Moe Slinger ,
Moe Slinger
Moe Slinger
Kimisha Renee Davis ,
Kimisha Renee Davis
Kimisha Renee Davis 21 February 1986, Santa Clara, California, USA
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Genre: Romance Comedy Drama
Director: Greg Mottola
Greg Mottola
Greg Mottola 11 July 1964, Dix Hills, Long Island, New York, USA
Country: United States
Release: 2009
IMDb: 6.8
Quality:
Duration: 107 min
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Metro Times (Detroit, MI)
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April 20, 2011

Adventureland's young cast is strong, and, when the film works, it captures the languid limbo of post-adolescent confusion and longing.
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New Yorker
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April 06, 2009

The story is semi-autobiographical, but has a gentler touch than his prior work on Superbad, and certainly relies less on slapstick episodes.
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New York Daily News
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April 03, 2009

Adventureland earns its edge-of-adulthood sweetness and has characters with real hearts under their goofy T-shirts.
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IGN Movies
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August 26, 2011

Adventureland is ultimately an interesting but flawed mixture of Mottolla's early indie sensibility (The Daytrippers) with some of the more mainstream teen comedy elements of Superbad.
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Flavorwire
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May 27, 2016

A film so tuned in to the pre-collegiate experience that scenes which play as comedy to some audiences will land as harrowing tragedy to others.
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Time Out
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September 11, 2009

As a sweet-natured character comedy - and a subtle exercise in generic boundary-pushing - this is a real charmer.
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Houston Chronicle
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April 03, 2009

The youths of Superbad were a little bit younger, a little more likable, their dirty-virgin wit more hilarious [than in Adventureland].
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American Profile
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September 29, 2011

The messages -- about silver linings in lousy jobs, the collision of hormones and heartstrings, and the adventure of discovering who you really are and what you really want -- ring honest and true, for any era.
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Christian Science Monitor
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April 06, 2009

Audiences expecting another dumb wallow will be startled, and I hope enlivened, by this movie's core of feeling.
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Deadspin
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June 22, 2013

It's a film of overwhelming goodwill. You'll like everyone in this movie, and you'll leave the theater thinking they would probably like you too.
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New York Post

April 03, 2009

Adventureland isn't as clever as Kicking, and not nearly as hilarious as Superbad, but it's still a sweet little memory ache, a Proustian cookie co-flavored with semiotics and Whitesnake.
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