Jonah Hill's 'Mid90s' is a great 1990's throwback (TIFF review)
Jonah Hill takes us back to his youth in 1990's Los Angeles, growing up among skaters and pulling dumb shit. — Stevie looks up to his brother. They don't have much. His mother tries to take care of them, but she's mostly working.
Jonah Hill has starred in some of the biggest comedies, dramas and animated films of the past decade. Some of his on-screen work has been impressive, including his Oscar nominated performance in “Moneyball” and supporting role in this summer’s little-seen “Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot”. But he’s still got a long way to go behind the camera, as his directorial debut “mid90s” proves.