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Instrueret af Jonah Hill
USA, 2018
Komedie, Drama


Mid90s follows Stevie, a thirteen-year-old in ’90s-era Los Angeles who spends his summer navigating between his troubled home life and a group of new friends that he meets at a Motor Avenue skate shop. Their influence makes him grow up just a little too fast.

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Mid90s Instrueret af Jonah Hill
An accomplished debut feature from actor turned writer-director Jonah Hill. It’s affecting, loose, sharply observed, emotional but not sentimental.
November 17, 2018
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The film has a sketchbook quality, but Hill does something very difficult: he sustains the alternation of intense claustrophobia and release.
October 25, 2018
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Hill could have trusted his hurricane kid to carry the film with a charming and ballsy performance all on its own, but thanks to the sharp, electric attention the director gives every aesthetic inch of this uplifting time capsule, he launches it into the stratosphere.
September 26, 2018
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  • OFF_FRAME's rating of the film Mid90s

    It's a pure, skateboarding film shot with love in 4:3 with meticulous attention to period detail that's impeccable in it's authenticity. Mid90s grabs you from the first explosive hallway scene signposting everything to come. Jonah has done a brilliant job of cutting through a lot of the bullshit around skating and getting to the heart of why so many of us took it up as lost kids. 4 stars

  • Roy Deckard's rating of the film Mid90s

    Natural and cinematic from a first-time director who delivers a nostalgic but not hipstery coming-of-age film that speaks to a wide audience but no so wide to be a crowd-pleaser. Jonah Hill is an honest artist.

  • anarresti's rating of the film Mid90s

    Really good. As someone that spent his infancy in the 80's, I'm so glad that the 90's are worth some attention. They were so much cooler. And this is actually a nice story. Like something from a tender, non-graphic Larry Clark. Had no idea it was from Jonah Hill. Well, I'll be watching for his stuff as a writer and director.

  • Ethan's rating of the film Mid90s

    Jonah Hill delivers a heartfelt and harsh coming of age story that shows what it really means to be accepted and a part of something when nobody else in this world wants you. Everything feels natural in this film.

  • Steve Pulaski's rating of the film Mid90s

    Jonah Hill's directorial debut is an uproariously funny yet sad, unsettling look at underprivileged childhood. It balances the energy-filled moments of youthful recklessness with the more melancholic bits of life we like to conceal so we don't come off as "gay" or "uncool." Not quite Larry Clark, but not far off. This whole experience flew by; it feels like a music video and that's most certainly a compliment.

  • Jérémy Poirier's rating of the film Mid90s

    Jonah Hill's directing debut is an impressive, daring and wildly original homage to childhood (its good and bad aspects), hip-hop and skateboarding. Yes, the film does fall in some minor coming of age clichés but the energy and passion that is fueled into it is incredible. The whole film feels like watching Jonah Hill's very own film mix tape filled with what he loves and his own point of view on life. Amazing film.

  • El Biffo's rating of the film Mid90s

    Family Movie Night. There are way too many coming-of-age movies, and this was for me, very superfluous and unremarkable. I can't imagine how this would appeal to anyone who wasn't a male, teenage skateboarder in the USA in 1990's. My son born in '98, found it to be a waste of time. As we were leaving the theater, he asked me "Tell me again why we went to this?" I answered "Because we like going out to the movies."

  • J. O.'s rating of the film Mid90s

    An accurate depiction of male teenagedom in the 90s - does that make a good movie? Does period detail make it a good story? People let nostalgia take the reins – in some ways I did, too. It's not that I didn't like it, it's that it's nothing new or challenging as critics claim. It's an homage to a period that delivered films just like this (Kids, of course). Points for effort, but it's far from essential viewing.

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