The Way Way Back Trailer & Clips


The Way Way Back full movie is released on Jul 26, 2013. Watch The Way Way Back online - the English Comedy movie from United States , which has achieved a worldwide gross of $26,474,920. The Way Way Back is directed by Nat Faxon,Jim Rash and created by Nat Faxon with Steve Carell and Toni Collette. The Way Way Back is available online on Hulu and Freevee Amazon Channel.

Duncan (Liam James) is not a popular kid and it doesn't look like the summer is going to offer anything better for him. His mother's boyfriend has invited them to his beach house where Duncan is expected to improve his personality and physical appearance, and meet girls. But his would-be step-sister doesn't want anything to do with him and his shy demeanor makes it difficult for him to meet anybody new. When Duncan wanders into the Water Wizz, the local water park, he meets adult employees who are just having fun. Owen (Sam Rockwell) lets Duncan work with him and their new-found bond will help each other mature and find their place in life. Which for Duncan means standing up to his would-be step-father, having a conversation with the girl next door and being more comfortable with who he is.

As know as:

O Verão da Minha Vida, Ganz weit hinten, Put povratka, 三分男孩, Đường Trở Về

Release Date:

Jul 26, 2013

Release Date (Streaming):

Oct 22, 2013


United States



Stream Service:

Fox Searchlight

Production Companies:

Sycamore Pictures, The Walsh Company, Madison Wells

Official Site:

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Gross worldwide:



We've All Been There., Everybody has a summer that changes their life.


Amy Taubin
Film Comment Magazine
Sundance would not be Sundance without a few unbelievably stupid, clichéd, graceless movies in the mix.
by rottentomatoes, Aug 28, 2019
Wesley Morris
The film has been complacently concocted for likability even as it gives you very little that's real, structured, or spontaneous enough to enjoy.
by rottentomatoes, Jan 06, 2014
Thelma Adams
Yahoo! Movies
If you're first act was writing the Oscar winning screenplay for "The Descendants," looking for an encore can be tough. But Nat Faxon and Jim Rash leveraged that win and made the leap to directing their own small-budget, bighearted coming of age comedy.
by rottentomatoes, Nov 01, 2013

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