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“The Way, Way Back” (PG-13, 103 minutes, Fox): Adolescent disaffection, adult cluelessness and the fleeting pangs of summer romance spring palpably to life in “The Way, Way Back,” a coming-of-age drama that manages some genuinely surprising turns despite the formulaic road it travels. In the film’s opening scene, 14-year-old Duncan (Liam James), on his way to a cramped, damp summer on the Massachusetts shore, is trapped in a car being driven by his mother’s boyfriend, Trent (Steve Carell). While Duncan’s mom, Pam (Toni Collette), naps, Trent is haranguing Duncan about his social skills, sharply asking the teenager how he would rate himself on a scale from 1 to 10, then volunteering that he’d give Duncan “a 3.” Trent, filmed showing only his sharply accusing eyes in the rearview mirror, is a nasty piece of work, judgmental and rigid. Once arrived at Riptide, Trent’s cottage, the group is set upon by Betty (Allison Janney), Trent’s blowsy neighbor who’s a compulsive hugger and prodigious tippler, and whose motto is: “Accept it and move on.” While Trent and Pam become absorbed in the beach town’s social life, Duncan gets busy being rejected by Trent’s daughter’s clique, although Betty’s daughter, Susanna (AnnaSophia Robb), shows some potential for self-awareness. Desperate for escape, Duncan bicycles away from the compound one day, finally finding himself at the Water Wizz, a vintage water park overseen by a perennial teenager named Owen (Sam Rockwell). Contains thematic elements, profanity, some sexual content and brief drug material. Extras include deleted scenes, a water park “tour,” at look at filmmakers Nat Faxon and Jim Rash and an “Ensemble” featurette. Also, on Blu-ray: a making-of featurette.

Raising the Roof Concert for the Blues Hall of Fame Museum, 1 p.m, and 4 p.m, March 24, Club Fox, 2209 Broadway, Redwood City, $15, 877-435-9849 or, The Best Intentions Motown ballet slippers photo Review, 8:30 p.m, March 29, Club Fox, 2209 Broadway, Redwood City, $13, 877-435-9849 or, St Lawrence String Quartet, Reader: The Rev, Scotty McLennan, Dean for Religious Life, Stanford University, Franz Joseph Haydn: “Seven Last Words of Christ on the Cross,” Op, 51, Hob, III: 50-56 (1787), 5 p.m, March 29, Memorial Church, Stanford University, Presented by Stanford Live in partnership with Music at Stanford and the Office for Religious Life, Free,

Our Crispy Brussels Sprouts ($11) were a little more soft than crispy, but the bracing tang of the balsamic glaze did a glorious palate-dance with the creaminess of goat cheese. Mini Pork Belly Tacos ($13) were unbelievably soft in the center, the fat of the pork dissolving under a smooth serrano cream with each bite. (My common complaint about places that dabble with Central American flavors was also true at Nico’s: Give me more heat to go with that richness!). Continuing the theme of luxuriant richness, the Pappardelle Pasta with Braised Lamb ($28) was a subtle symphony, with shallots, garlic, tomatoes, ricotta and red wine gently elevating tender lamb and fat noodles. A Double Cut Heritage Pork Chop ($28) was perfectly cooked, allowing the meat all of its natural juiciness and lip-smacking flavor under a green onion-apple butter.

DEAR UNDER: Thanks! The Gottman Institute has ballet slippers photo been on my radar for years, The breakthrough in his/their work is recognizing that contempt is what breaks a marriage (even when the couple technically stays together), I haven’t seen anything in my years of mail-reading to contradict that finding, I’m glad the book has been effective, and grateful for the chance to mention it — it has been a while, DEAR CAROLYN, Re: Fighting Fair, Could you offer some insight as to what fighting fair entails?..

Fall Forest Festival: The Sunnyvale Urban Forest Advocates and the City of Sunnyvale host the second annual Fall Forest Festival at Ortega Park. There will be activities appropriate for all ages, including tree walks through the park, a library story time, craft activities for kids, face painting and city crew tree climbing demos. Sept. 8, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Ortega Park and Park Building, 636 Harrow Way, Sunnyvale. DeAnza Lions Club Ride4Diabetes: The Cupertino DeAnza Lions club is inviting bike riders and walkers to traverse three bike routes of different lengths and a 4-mile trail for walkers. Sept. 8, 7 a.m. De Anza College, Cupertino. Registration $25-$250.

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