mid90s (review)

mid90s (review)
mid90s (review)
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Sunny Suljic plays a 13-year-old who’s desperate to fit in with an older group of skaters, while escaping the bullying of his brother (Lucas Hedge effective as a tough guy).  Comparisons to Larry Clark’s KIDS (which was actually made in the 90s) are inevitable. Writer/director Jonah Hill shot this in a 4:3 ratio to mimic the video standard of that time. It has the same kind of raw style that surrounds a cast of mostly real skaters, jiving, cussing and getting high. While there’s not a plot as such, things happen and Suljic creates an earnest, sweet kid in search of friendship. The skaters are completely at home being themselves (or variations). It’s a rambling, but genuine and interesting first effort.


3 out of 5 stars (3 / 5)


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