Director: Rob Reiner
Writers: Rob Reiner, Andrew Scheinman, Wendelin van Draanen
Cast: Madeleine Carroll, Callan McAuliffe, Rebecca De Mornay, Anthony Edwards, John Mahoney, Penelope Ann Miller, Aidan Quinn / Kevin Weissman / Morgan Lilly / Ryan Kerzner / Gillian Pfaff / Michael Bosa / Beau Lerner / Jacqueline Evora / Tyler Grew Shows / Allie Bryant / Ashley Taylor / Israel Broussard / Cody Horn / Michael Bolton / Sean Harper / Stefanie Scott / Pat Lisa Lentz / Matthew Gold / Alora Katherine Smith / Kelly Donnelly / Sofia Saco / Michelle Messmer / Scott Joel Zizki / Lawrence De Miles / Carla Passito / Caitlin Passito / …
Genre: Drama / Comedy / Romance / Literature / Youth
Region: United States
Release: 2010-07-26 (Hollywood Premiere) / 2010-09-10 (USA)
Length: 90 minutes
Also known as: Germination Youth / Youth Germination / Reckless / Love of the Parasol Tree
Rating: IMDB 7.7 / Rotten Tomatoes 55%
Bryce (Callan McAuliffe) and his family moved to a small town, and the girl next door Julie (Madeline Carroll) came to help. She fell in love with him at first sight, and her wish was to get his kiss. The two are classmates, and she has been trying to get close to him, but he can’t avoid it. She likes to climb on the tall plane trees to see the scenery. But because of the construction, the tree was cut down. She defended it to the death, hoping that he would fight side by side, but he flinched. Her deeds were published in the newspaper, and grandpa had a good impression of her, which puzzled him very much. She won the first place in the science and technology exhibition with the project of chicken laying eggs, and became the focus of the audience, eclipsing him. She gave him her own eggs, and he secretly threw them away after hearing that her family suspected that her eggs were unhygienic. She was very sad when she learned the truth, and the relationship between the two fell to a freezing point. She told her family, which sparked a quarrel. It turned out that my father had been saving money to take care of his silly brother, so he was struggling. She understood her parents, did it herself, and got the great help of his grandfather. He apologized to her, but did not solve the problem. He started paying attention to her. The egg turmoil is not over, and the family dinner and lunch boy selection bring the two together again…
“Flipped” is a 2010 American romantic comedy-drama film directed by Rob Reiner and based on the novel of the same name by Wendelin Van Draanen. The film stars Madeline Carroll, Callan McAuliffe, Anthony Edwards, and Rebecca De Mornay.
The story follows two eighth-grade students, Juli (Carroll) and Bryce (McAuliffe), as they navigate their way through their first experiences with love and relationships. The film is told from both of their perspectives, as they both grow and learn from their experiences.
“Flipped” received positive reviews for its performances, direction, and storytelling. It is praised for its nostalgic portrayal of the 1960s, and its themes of growing up and self-discovery. Though it did not perform well at the box office, “Flipped” has since become a cult classic and is appreciated for its charm and heartwarming message.