'Toy's House': 'Superbad' and 'Stand By Me' Combine to Form Sundance's Funniest Comedy

One of the funniest movies screening at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival is Toy's House -- a hilarious, over-the-top coming-of-age comedy about three high schoolers who, fed up with their overbearing neurotic parents, decide to run away from home and build a house for themselves in the middle of the woods. It's not as dark as Stand By Me or as dirty as Superbad, but Toy's House still feels very much like a mixture of both. From the film's McLovin-type "weird third wheel" to what happens to childhood friendships when the line between being a kid and an adult begins to blur, Toy's House completely wins you over with its nostalgic '80s sensibilities and a supporting cast of familiar comedic faces (Nick Offerman, Alison Brie, Megan Mullally) that never...

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