Jonah Hill

Review: Mid90s Hints at the Development of a Great Filmmaker

Mid90s may be a movie about adolescence, but the movie itself feels like an adolescent top. Shot on 16mm film in a 4:3 aspect ration, Mid90s drifts between a strikingly mature directorial debut from actor Jonah Hill and a clunky film full of first-timer mistakes.An example of the former occurs shortly after young protagonist Stevie …

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Review: John Callahan Deserves Better than the Mediocre Don\’t Worry, He Won\’t Get Far on Foot

Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far On Foot takes its name from the punchline of a single-panel comic by its subject, quadriplegic cartoonist John Callahan. In his signiture squiggly lines, Callahan depicts a group of cowboys surrounding an overturned wheelchair. “Don’t worry,” the leader declares; “He won’t get far on foot.”Like most of Callahan’s work, …

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Review: John Callahan Deserves Better than the Mediocre Don\’t Worry, He Won\’t Get Far on Foot

Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far On Foot takes its name from the punchline of a single-panel comic by its subject, quadriplegic cartoonist John Callahan. In his signiture squiggly lines, Callahan depicts a group of cowboys surrounding an overturned wheelchair. “Don’t worry,” the leader declares; “He won’t get far on foot.”Like most of Callahan’s work, …

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