mid90s

mid90s

Jonah Hill (2018)

85min
15 Certificate
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Review

Our Score
Jonah Hill's directorial debut follows 13-year-old Stevie (Sunny Suljic) as he escapes a difficult home life to find acceptance within a gang of skaters. Opening with an unsettling fight between Stevie and his bullying older brother (Lucas Hedges), the film offers an unsentimental look at adolescence. While the points made are a little obvious at times, Hill's exploration of the insecurity of young manhood is raw and compelling. He quietly observes his characters without judging them, inviting us to come to our own (sometimes painful) conclusions. The younger members of the cast deliver natural, unshowy performances, while Katherine Waterston elicits more sympathy than criticism as Stevie's overwrought mother. With its short running time, mid90s feels more rushed than it should, but it also packs an emotional punch, telling a coming-of-age story that feels honest and authentic.

Cast & Crew

Stevie Sunny Suljic
Dabney Katherine Waterston
Ian Lucas Hedges
Ray Na-kel Smith
Fuckshit Olan Prenatt
Ruben Gio Galicia
Fourth Grade Ryder McLaughlin
Estee Alexa Demie
Angela Fig Camila Abner
Teresa Liana Perlich
Zoe Ama Elsesser
Director Jonah Hill
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Other Information

Language: EnglishColourTheatrical distributor: AltitudeGuidance: Violence, swearing, drug abuseReleased on: 12 Apr 2019