The Last Day of Summer
Luke and his best friends A.J. and Riley are enjoying the last day of summer before they start middle school. They camp out and prepare for the live debut of their band ” Steel Monkey” at the town fair. But when Luke’s sister instills a seed of doubt in his mind about the effect middle school life will have on his friendships, Luke wishes that the last day of summer will never end. He wishes for a do-over day-and his wish comes true! Over and Over again, Luke experiences the high and lows of the last day of summer. From running into his secret crush to standing up to the school’s biggest bully to being brave enough to skate the half pipe with the big boys. Luke has to decide who he wants to be and how he can make his never-ending day come to an end.
In this movie Luke and his two best friends, AJ and Riley, are hanging out together on their last day of summer vacation. They will be starting sixth grade and going to the middle school. Luke and his friends are enjoying the day at the city carnival and getting ready to perform in their band, The Steel Monkeys, at the talent show. Luke is very nervous about having to perform and about having to start school the next day. He just happens to wish that this day would never end when he gets hit in the head with a piece of wood. Through the whole movie, Luke relives the same day. Each time he relives it, he tries to change the way things turn out. In the end, he wishes that he would wake up the next morning to a brand new day and is ready to start school. The film is wholesome. We recommend it for people of all ages and we award it our Dove Seal.