comedy

“Summer ’03” Movie Review



Warning: If you are easily offended….do NOT read this review!


On her deathbed, Grandma (June Squibb) decides she has nothing to lose by being honest with her family.

She tells her son that he has a different father than his sister and tells her daughter that she kept her locked up because she was a really bad kid. She tells her daughter in-law that she hates her (because she’s Jewish!). And, that’s not the end of it, as she tells her young grandson that he is gay and needs to get that fixed, and, the topper, which happens to be the main focus of this movie:

She tells her granddaughter, Jamie (Joey King), that to succeed in life……

Jamie needs to learn how to give a great blow job.

Then, after throwing the whole family into chaos for the summer…..grandma dies with a fucking smile on her face.

Evil bitch.

Needing some solace, Jamie visits a church for the first time (remember she is Jewish via her mother) and meets soon to be ordained priest, Luke (Jack Kilmer), and the summer of learning how give a great BJ for Jamie, and the summer of discovery for the entire family, begins.

Jamie, Luke

To see what happens, you can watch this movie on Amazon Prime.

“Summer ’03” is a raunchy, sexy, fun, movie just out for a good time with no expectations of greatness. Amid all that…Joey King’s talent shines through. Definitely not for kids or the easily offended.

Go to IMDb for more information.


Drive Safe! Never Forget.


More romance and comedies…I see I am missing a “raunchy” category. 😉


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