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Hesher


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Cast
Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Natalie Portman, Rainn Wilson
Director(s)
Spencer Susser
Screenwriter(s)
Spencer Susser, David Michod

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Genres Drama, Comedy, Indie

Film synopsis The story sees Hesher, a 20-something slacker who invades the life of an awkward 13 year-old. Said teen lives with his pill-popping father, who's trying to keep the family together after his wife's death, and his grandmother. Enter the supermarket check-out girl the teen falls in love with after she saves him from bullies, while Hesher himself proves a mixed influence on the boy's life.

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Stinks Worse Than Hesher's Soiled Underpants
Hesher is not a good film. Hesher is a bad film. This is both saddening and surprising when considering the decent cast and interesting plot which had a lot of potential. Paul (a bearded and despondent Rainn Wilson wallowing in his depression and filth) and son TJ (impressive newcomer Devin Brochu) are struggling to deal with the loss of wife and mother when in moves Hesher (Gordon-Levitt complete with long greasy hair and moronic tattoos) resulting in hilarious consequences. Oh wait. There  More

Posted by Artificial Luddite at 13:32, 27 April 2012 | Report This Post

Hesher is basically an early Simpsons character.  More

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