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    Ping Pong Summer

    Rad is a 13-year-old boy. He is obsessed with ping pong and hip hop. He goes on a summer vacation to Ocean City with his family every year. Maryland is a new best friend and also is his first real crush. She becomes the target of a rich man and he finds an unexpected mentor in his outcast next-door neighbor.
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  • Actors of "Ping Pong Summer"

  • Characters of "Ping Pong Summer"

    Rad Miracle. Character of Ping Pong Summer
    Played by: Marcello Conte
    Mr. Miracle. Character of Ping Pong Summer
    Played by: John Hannah
    Mrs. Miracle. Character of Ping Pong Summer
    Played by: Lea Thompson
    Randi Jammer. Character of Ping Pong Summer
    Played by: Susan Sarandon
    Aunt Peggy. Character of Ping Pong Summer
    Played by: Amy Sedaris
  • Directors of "Ping Pong Summer"

    Michael Tully. Director of Ping Pong Summer
    Michael Tully
  • Creators of "Ping Pong Summer"

    Michael Tully. Director of Ping Pong Summer
    Michael Tully
  • Critic Reviews of "Ping Pong Summer"

    San Francisco Chronicle
    June 19, 2014

    The stakes are low throughout the film - even the bullies are mostly bluster - making the big finish an anticlimax.

    June 06, 2014

    [Tully achieves] a winning innocence of spirit in which performances and production design are all perfectly synched to his low-key comic vision.

    New York Magazine/Vulture
    June 06, 2014

    It's so dedicated to the odd textures of its world that it becomes something else - personal, abstract, and strangely honest.

    June 06, 2014

    While "Ping Pong Summer" does aggressively pander to viewers' nostalgia (dig that Nike track suit, and Run-D.M.C. cassette tape!), it's also warmer and funnier than its worst jokes.

    Los Angeles Times
    June 05, 2014

    A ho-hum memory piece that could have used a bit more objectivity, not to mention depth and energy.

    New York Times
    June 05, 2014

    This gentle comedy, while entirely unmemorable, releases a genuine warmth that deflects harsh judgment.

    Bust Magazine
    October 05, 2016

    t all sounds like pretty familiar coming-of-age film fodder, but Ping Pong Summer reinvigorates the genre.

    The Film Stage
    June 21, 2016

    While the film feels overly familiar in plot, it's lightweight, pleasurable tone causes it to glide by.

    October 21, 2014

    Downright absurd, but ineffably entertaining, and you simply have to take this for what it is, and get on board.

    The Playlist
    August 24, 2014

    Without a heavy emphasis on heart-shaped nostalgia, "Ping Pong Summer" would be nothing.

    June 11, 2014

    While there are substantial shortcomings to the picture, it knows how to have a good time, playing with teen cinema conventions as it checks off its laundry list of references and sense memories.

    Common Sense Media
    June 09, 2014

    Summer coming-of-age tale is high on nostalgia, low on plot.

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