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Flipped -- When Juli meets Bryce in the second grade, she knows it's true love. After spending six years trying to convince Bryce the same, she's ready to give up - until he starts to reconsider.
Flipped -- Despite their many differences, romance blooms between 8th grader Juli Baker (Carroll) and the boy she's liked since elementary school, Bryce Loski (McAuliffe).
Flipped -- Clip: What's going on with you and Bryce Loski?
Flipped -- Interview: Rob Reiner "On the story"
Flipped -- Clip: This is where that tree was?

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Director:
Writers (WGA):
Rob Reiner (screenplay) &
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Release Date:
10 September 2010 (USA) See more »
Genre:
Tagline:
You never forget your first love.
Plot:
Two eighth-graders start to have feelings for each other despite being total opposites. Based on the novel "Flipped" by Wendelin Van Draanen. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
Awards:
1 win & 2 nominations See more »
User Reviews:
An unexpected gem. See more (94 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Madeline Carroll ... Juli Baker

Callan McAuliffe ... Bryce Loski

Rebecca De Mornay ... Patsy Loski

Anthony Edwards ... Steven Loski

John Mahoney ... Chet Duncan

Penelope Ann Miller ... Trina Baker

Aidan Quinn ... Richard Baker

Kevin Weisman ... Daniel Baker

Morgan Lily ... Young Juli

Ryan Ketzner ... Young Bryce
Gillian Pfaff ... Young Lynetta
Michael Boza ... Teasing Boy
Beau Lerner ... Teasing Boy

Jacquelyn Evola ... Playground Girl

Taylor Groothuis ... Playground Girl
Elly Bryant ... Playground Girl

Ashley Taylor ... Sherry Stalls

Israel Broussard ... Garrett

Cody Horn ... Lynetta
Frankie Potochick ... Neighborhood Kid
Quintin Hicks ... Tree Worker
Wallace Bridges ... Tree Worker
Inga R. Wilson ... Mrs. Kimble (as Inga Wilson)
Jake Reiner ... Skyler

Michael Bolten ... Mark Baker (as Michael Christopher Bolten)

Shane Harper ... Matt Baker
Linda Auwers ... Mrs. Meisner
Ruth Crawford ... Mrs. Steuby

Stefanie Scott ... Dana Tressler
Joseph Varsanik ... Boy in Hallway
Tyler Martin Moylan ... Boy in Hallway (as Tyler Moylan)
Tristan DeRoches ... Boy in Hallway

Patricia Lentz ... Mrs. McClure (as Pat Lentz)
Spencer Rohatynski ... Basket Boy
Chase Gall ... Basket Boy

Matthew Gold ... Eddie Trulock

Alora Catherine Smith ... Melanie
Kelley Donnelly ... Liz

Sophina Saggau ... Macy

Michele Messmer ... Pello's Mom
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Max Bassett ... Tree Worker / Chainsaw Operator (uncredited)
Hahn Cho ... Interviewee (uncredited)

Scott Joel Gizicki ... Mental Patient (uncredited)
Julia Hershey ... Student (uncredited)
Sydney Lumbert ... Classmate (uncredited)

Rod Myers ... Young Richard (uncredited)
Sierra Nathanson ... Girl in Auditorium (uncredited)

Kara Pacitto ... Interview Twin (uncredited)
Katelyn Pacitto ... Interview Twin (uncredited)

Clarinda Ross ... Interview First Kiss (uncredited)

Directed by
Rob Reiner 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Rob Reiner (screenplay) &
Andrew Scheinman (screenplay)

Wendelin Van Draanen (novel)

Produced by
Frank Capra III .... co-producer
Liz Glotzer .... executive producer
Alan Greisman .... producer
Rob Reiner .... producer
Martin Shafer .... executive producer
David Siegel .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Marc Shaiman 
 
Cinematography by
Thomas Del Ruth (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Robert Leighton 
 
Casting by
Janet Hirshenson 
Jane Jenkins 
 
Production Design by
Bill Brzeski 
 
Art Direction by
Desma Murphy 
 
Set Decoration by
Danielle Berman 
 
Costume Design by
Durinda Wood 
 
Makeup Department
Clifton Chippewa .... additional hair stylist
Jessica Y. Hernandez .... additional makeup artist
Louise Holoday .... additional makeup artist
Kimberly Jones .... additional makeup artist
Kimberley Kirkpatrick .... additional makeup artist
Marie Larkin .... hair stylist
Jayne Laube .... additional makeup artist
Dennis Liddiard .... makeup department head
Jack McQuisten .... additional hair stylist
Medusah .... key hair stylist
Jeannette Moriarty .... assistant hair stylist
Francisco X. Pérez .... makeup artist (as Francisco Perez)
 
Production Management
Jennifer Corey .... production supervisor
Susan E. Novick .... post-production supervisor
Mark Scoon .... executive in charge of production
David Siegel .... production manager
Barbara Russo .... post-production executive (uncredited)
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Frank Capra III .... first assistant director
Jonathan Capra .... second second assistant director
Brian Relyea .... second assistant director
 
Art Department
Jason Bartolone .... propmaker foreman
Lorrie Campbell .... set designer
Jody Gaber .... art department coordinator
Michael Grady .... set dresser
Amy Graham .... set dresser
Megan Greydanus .... graphic designer
Judith Ivanyi .... set painter
Kate J. Kogelman .... scenic painter
Bryan McBrien .... greens coordinator
Frank McEldowney .... greens stand-by
Gordon McVay .... gangboss
Keith Allan Miller .... set dresser
Dean Neeb .... greensman
Christopher Neely .... leadman
Nathan O'Reilly .... set dresser
Joe Ondrejko .... construction coordinator
Sharon Roggio .... props
Meghan Ruby .... art department staff assistant
Mark Sanger .... on-set dresser
Tom Sparkman .... signwriter
Sarah Staskauskas .... buyer
Amie McCarthy Winn .... property master (as Amie McCarthy)
 
Sound Department
Robert Althoff .... mix technician
Ron Bedrosian .... adr mixer
Lon Bender .... supervising sound editor
Gail Carroll-Coe .... second boom operator / sound utility
Ryan Davis .... sound re-recording mixer (additional re-recording mixer)
Kaitlyn Dever .... adr looping
Robert Eber .... sound mixer
Michael Faba .... additional sound utility
Marc Fishman .... sound re-recording mixer
Glynna Grimala .... adr supervisor
Catherine Harper .... foley artist
Bobby Johanson .... adr mixer
Daniel J. Leahy .... sound re-recording mixer
Dave Leffel .... adr recordist
Darrin Mann .... foley mixer
Christopher Moriana .... foley artist
Brian Seagrave .... audio post-conform
Jon Title .... sound effects editor
Gayle Wesley .... first assistant sound editor
 
Special Effects by
Dean Tyrrell .... special effects technician
Robert Tyrrell .... special effects foreman
Russell Tyrrell .... special effects coordinator
 
Visual Effects by
Jeremy Burns .... digital compositor
Kelvin McIlwain .... visual effects supervisor
Georgia Scheele .... visual effects coordinator
Corinne Villa .... visual effects editor
Chris B. Schnitzer .... director of visual effects: Warner Bros. (uncredited)
 
Stunts
Craig Gubert .... stunts
Dan Lemieux .... stunt double
Dan Lemieux .... stunt double: Aidan Quinn
Frankie Potochick .... stunt double: Madeline Carroll
Patrick Potochick .... stunt double: Aidan Quinn
Jodi Starnes .... stunt double
Banzai Vitale .... stunt coordinator
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Michael W. Anderson .... grip
Brad Baker .... second assistant: "b" camera
Chad C. Barrow .... rigging key grip
K.C. Bartos .... grip
Trevor Carroll-Coe .... loader
Jesse Cecchini .... rigging electrician
Bill Coe .... camera: "a" camera
Bill Coe .... first assistant camera
Michael J. Conner .... electrician
Tommy Daguanno .... additional rigging electrician
Jaime Dawkins .... technocrane technician
Josh Denering .... best boy grip
Geoff Ernst .... rigging best boy electric
Ben Glass .... still photographer
Craig Gleason .... lighting technician
Paul Goodstein .... key grip
Andrew Hoehn Jr. .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Bill Hong .... camera car operator
Gregg Horvath .... first assistant camera
Brad Irvin .... electrician
Mark Karavite .... b-camera operator
Brian Kelly .... rigging grip
Brad Knopf .... electrician
David Luckenbach .... camera operator
David Luckenbach .... steadicam operator
Paul McIlvaine .... gaffer
Bobby McMahan .... camera
Johnny Medeiros .... video assist
Aaron Mohr .... grip
Chris Ritter .... grip
Ralph Scherer .... dolly grip
Anthony 'Spike' Simms .... rigging gaffer
Amy Snell .... grip
Don Sustrich .... additional rigging electrician
Seth Thomas .... remote head technician
Dempsey Tillman .... video assist
Mark N. Woods .... technocrane operator
Scott Zuckerberg .... grip
Phaedra Eason .... grip (uncredited)
Jordan C. Kadovitz .... additional video assist (uncredited)
 
Casting Department
Allison Bader .... casting associate
Rose Gilpin .... extras casting
Jeff Mitchell .... casting: New York
Carrie Ray .... casting director: Michigan
Kathy Remski .... extras casting
Jennifer Rudolph .... casting: New York
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Kate Abraham .... costumer (as Kate Bennett)
Virginia Burton .... costume supervisor
Kristine N. Haag .... costumer
Zandra Harding .... cutter/fitter
Kristi Hoffman .... set costumer
Laura E. Little .... costumer (as Laura Liz Little)
Aimee McCue .... principal set costumer
Amelia McKinney .... costumer
Gina Nalli .... wardrobe assistant
Marina Ray .... assistant costume designer
Johnna Thomas .... costumer
 
Editorial Department
Maxine Gervais .... digital intermediate colorist
Tom Hanada .... post-production assistant
Mo Henry .... negative cutter
Kathleen Largay .... digital intermediate colorist assist
Christopher M. Meagher .... digital intermediate editor
Danny Miller .... first assistant editor
Adam Ohl .... digital intermediate producer
Kurt Smith .... film color timer
Corinne Villa .... first assistant editor
Tim Weyers .... post-production coordinator
 
Music Department
Jeff Atmajian .... conductor
Jeff Atmajian .... orchestrator
Tom Boyd .... oboe soloist
Richard Bronskill .... auricle programmer
Christopher Brooks .... music editor
Mark Graham .... head of music preparation
Tom Hardisty .... score recordist
Maria Newman .... musician
Victor Pesavento .... music preparation
Bryan Pezzone .... musician: featured piano (as Bryan Pezzano)
Brett Pierce .... assistant music editor
Peter Rotter .... orchestra contractor
Steven L. Smith .... music preparation
 
Transportation Department
Robert Barnes Jr. .... driver
Michael Bjerke .... driver
Sue Grasso .... driver
David Labutte .... driver
Raymond Landino Jr. .... driver
Robert Middendorff .... driver: honeywagon
Reno S. Mifsud .... driver
Billy Neckrock .... driver
Robert'Bob'Rice Sr. .... driver
Dave Robling .... transportation coordinator
David Schmidt .... transportation captain
Tom Sweeney .... transportation dispatcher
 
Other crew
Sydney Hope Banner .... adr loop group
Bostic Beard .... assistant: Mr. Reiner (as Bostic C. Beard)
Bettina Beckman .... stand-in: for Cody Horn
Cody Birdwell .... set production assistant
Jamie Brzeski .... production assistant
Ashley Bunge .... location scout
Laura Burnell .... executive assistant: Mr. Greisman & Mr. Siegel (as Laura Anderson-Burnell)
Matthew Burnell .... production assistant: dailies
Jules Carideo .... production coordinator
Sherry Cassar .... period cars
Cindy Ceglarek .... second assistant accountant
Christina Cooper .... production assistant (as Christina Schmidt)
Allison Daly .... payroll accountant
Ted Demski .... additional production assistant
Nicholas Deroo .... assistant location manager
Russell DeVriendt .... assistant location manager
Benjamin Dresser .... location assistant
Sarah Goller .... assistant location manager
Kristine Hrycun .... executive assistant: Ms. Glotzer
Jason Huberman .... sr. estimator
Kristen Jarzembowski .... photo double
Ross Jensen .... production accountant
Pam Jones .... executive assistant: Mr. Reiner
Jess King .... assistant production coordinator
Cohl Kenneth Klop .... voice-over (as Cohl Klop)
John La .... payroll
Andrea Larsen .... first assist accountant
Cedric N. Lee .... location assistant
Christine Mahaney .... head animal wrangler
Peter Martorano .... location manager
Matthew McArdle .... production assistant
Kerry Lyn McKissick .... script supervisor
Bryan Meganck .... key craft service
Megan Meganck .... craft service assistant
Carlotta Montanari .... voice
Shena Mullins .... production assistant
Charlie Nadler .... administrative assistant: Mr. Greisman
Tricia Owen .... executive assistant: Mr. Shafer
Debbie Pearl .... animal coordinator
Pete Rinehart .... craft service assistant
Meghan Ruby .... location scout
Joe Russo .... epk producer
Jacquelyn Ryan .... production secretary
Mollie Siegel .... production assistant
Danielle Soibelman .... adr loop group
Carson Sotos .... stand-in
Patricia Story .... unit publicist
Matthew Traylor .... location production assistant
Richard W. Welch .... key production assistant
Richard W. Welch .... key set production assistant
Erin Woods .... adr loop group
 

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Additional Details

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MPAA:
Rated PG for language and some thematic material
Runtime:
USA:90 min
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Language:
Color:
Aspect Ratio:
1.85 : 1 See more »
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Certification:
Australia:PG | Canada:PG (Alberta/Ontario) | Canada:G (British Columbia/Manitoba/Quebec) | Finland:K-7 | Germany:o.Al. | Malaysia:U | Netherlands:AL | Singapore:PG | South Korea:12 | Sweden:7 (DVD rating) | UK:PG | USA:PG (certificate #45768)
Filming Locations:

Did You Know?

Trivia:
In the novel, the story is set in the early 2000s. The movie shows it set in the early 1960s.See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: During the Basket Boy scene, when Bryce grabs Juli to kiss her and she avoids it, she runs past him. In her point of view she is standing on the opposite side and turns away and runs.See more »
Quotes:
Bryce Loski:Is that a rooster?
Garrett:Nah, that looks like a chicken.
Bryce Loski:How do you know?
Garrett:It just does.
See more »
Soundtrack:
Let It Be MeSee more »

FAQ

Is this based on a book?
Why is it called "Flipped"?
See more »
49 out of 52 people found the following review useful.
An unexpected gem., 22 December 2010
Author: lewiskendell from United States

"All I ever wanted was for Juli Baker to leave me alone."

Flipped is easily the best love story/relationship movie I've seen since (500) Days of Summer. I'm the kind of guy that you couldn't pay to watch a Nicholas Sparks movie, but that doesn't mean that I can't appreciate a good movie about the highs and lows of love. In a year of formulaic, mind-numbing flicks with no imagination or heart like Letters to Juliet, Flipped is a welcome breath of fresh air. 

It's about 8 or so years in the lives of two kids who meet when when one of them moves into a new neighborhood. Juli (played by Morgan Lily and Madeline Carroll) is instantly smitten by Bryce (Ryan Ketzner and Callan McAuliffe) the second she sees him drive up to his new house. Bryce, being a typical second grade boy, finds her attention embarrassing and unwanted. As they get older, that dynamic between them remains pretty much the same, but we wouldn't have a very interesting movie if that's all there was to it. Eventually Bryce finds himself on the other side of the equation (flipped, get it?), and has to win back the girl he never knew he always wanted.

How odd is it that a movie about a couple of kids handles the topic of love in a more mature and genuine way than almost all of the adult-oriented romantic comedies that we're buried under each year? There's no doubt about it that Flipped will make you say "aww" on occasion, but there's a lot more to it than just kids being cute. Humor, issues of class, family conflict, and the lost idealism of youth are introduced into the story by Bryce and Juli's respective families, and there are several outright bittersweet or poignant scenes within the story.

The movie is shown from the POV's of both main characters, and often the same event will be shown from each of their perspectives. It works really well, as it really helps the viewer to "get" both Bryce and Juli. The kids chosen to play the older versions of the two (Carroll and McAuliffe) are both great, the fact that the story is set in 50's or 60's suburbia adds a believable sense of innocence to it all, and there is just a fresh feeling to the movie that I can't really describe with words.

I heartily recommend this to anyone who likes a good, well-written movie, regardless of the genre. You can tell that a lot of heart went into making Flipped, and it shows. Great movie.

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