Ping Pong Summer 2014

Ping Pong Summer (2014)

Evaluation: 6 (Votes: 29)

Movie Comedy "Ping Pong Summer" Torrent is rated with 6 points out of 10 on IMDb (Internet Movie Database) according to 29 ratings by critics. Film is released in 2014-06-06 by Compass Entertainment, Nomadic Independence Pictures, Indie Entertainment, Epic Match Media, . The main stars are Lea Thompson, Susan Sarandon, John Hannah, Amy Sedaris, Judah Friedlander, Robert Longstreet, Quinn McColgan, . The length of the whole piece is 92 minutes.

Original title: Ping Pong Summer
Slogan: 1985 - Wish You Were Here!
Genres: Comedy
Release date 2014-06-06
Duration: 92 Min
Country: United States of America
State: Released
Commissions: 25781
Keywords: ping pong, vacation

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Critic Reviews

Justin Chang

MetaScore: 70 AddDate: 06-09-2014 Autor: Justin Chang

A sweetly amusing ode to the underdog sports movies that proliferated during that widely derided decade.

Lou Lumenick

MetaScore: 50 AddDate: 06-04-2014 Autor: Lou Lumenick

Certainly nails the era, right down to a lengthy pan across a none-too-appealing dinner buffet.

Carla Sosenko

MetaScore: 40 AddDate: 06-03-2014

Granted, there’s something charming here — Ping Pong Summer itself feels like an underdog — and there are retro touches that children of the ’80s will smile at (remember smelling the liner notes of cassettes?). But ultimately, those are too few and far between.

Drew Taylor

MetaScore: 67 AddDate: 06-12-2014 Autor: Drew Taylor

What Ping Pong Summer lacks in conviction or ingenuity, it makes up for in heart. The nostalgia that the entire film is built upon doesn’t seem misplaced.

Joe Neumaier

MetaScore: 60 AddDate: 06-05-2014 Autor: Joe Neumaier

This sweet, offhanded but lovingly observed remembrance is a real kick. It takes us back to the way things used to be, especially for 13-year-old guys, and specifically in the arcade rooms of 1985, filled with upright video games with glowing screens and big-haired girls in neon.

Jeannette Catsoulis

MetaScore: 40 AddDate: 06-05-2014 Autor: Jeannette Catsoulis

This gentle comedy, while entirely unmemorable, releases a genuine warmth that deflects harsh judgment. It doesn’t, however, excuse characters that are little more than props for embarrassing fashion or delivery systems for dated slang.

Glenn Heath Jr.

MetaScore: 75 AddDate: 06-02-2014 Autor: Glenn Heath Jr.

A heartfelt retro flashback littered with pop-culture iconography and much slang, it focuses on the importance of friendship and loyalty rather than social standing.

Chris Michael

MetaScore: 60 AddDate: 04-25-2014

It's gawky and awkward, but just like Rad's breakdancing worm, this one gets better as it goes along.

MetaScore: 63 AddDate: 06-06-2014 Autor: Simon Abrams

The film's relentlessly quirky style of comedy is consequently very self-conscious. Every joke in Ping Pong Summer is a variation on a theme: 1985 was the most awkward time to be alive.

Peter Hartlaub

MetaScore: 50 AddDate: 06-19-2014 Autor: Peter Hartlaub

Writer-director Michael Tully simultaneously pays tribute to his own 1980s childhood and the cliched movies he grew up watching, and the result is one of the most honestly dishonest movies you'll ever watch.