The hit Sundance comedy debuts in theaters on May 31
In fact, the real-life married couple are so annoying that their respective kids (Nick Robinson, Gabriel Basso) decide to run away from home and build their own house in the middle of the forest, where they spend the entire summer living off of the land, playing with swords and running away from scary possums.
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The Sundance comedy (known on the festival circuit as “Toy's House”) from director Jordan Vogt-Roberts and writer Chris Galletta looks like a wilder, zanier, and more foul-mouthed version of “Stand by Me.” It's unclear whether or not the boys will be finding any dead bodies, though.
Still, there appears to be lots of fun to be had in this makeshift cabin in the woods.