Written and directed by Jonah Hill, Mid90s is a funny, moving look at Stevie, a thirteen-year-old in '90s-era L.A. who meets a new group of friends at a local skate shop. They introduce him to an exciting world hidden in the parks and streets of the city — and offer a distraction from his turbulent home life. A film about the friendships that define us, Mid90s shows that sometimes we find our true family in the most unlikely of places.
fall. get back up.. Stevie is a sweet 13-year-old about to explode. His mom is loving and attentive, but a little too forthcoming about her romantic life. His big brother is a taciturn and violent bully. So Stevie searches his working-class Los Angeles suburb for somewhere to belong. He finds it at the Motor Avenue skate shop.. Mid90s Wiki
Honestly Mid90s really showed how skaters grew up in the 90s and it really tears me apart looking at all these bad reviews like people don’t have taste in movies. I personally am a skater and this is how me and my friends act most of the time overall this is such a great movie to watch but the ending is a little weird. But definitely a GREAT MOVIE!!!!!!!
An absolute waste of time. Very little nostalgia for the 90s unless you specifically grew up in skater culture. Unlikeable characters and a boring story.
This was a very depressing movie. I am sorry I wasted my time watching it. Again, very depressing....and pretty stupid too and pointless. Terrible movie!
This movie is terrible. Don’t let the trailer fool you into thinking it’s a nostalgic 90s movie, because it’s NOT. The premise is about loser skater kids getting drunk at parties with a younger kid in tow.
I thought it was a great movie , but it took a weird unexpected turn at the end , I was really confused
For a 0.99 it’s a good movie but I would like more 90s culture
Portraying 90s life in the 21st century 🤔 . Pointless
Huh ii was q the kids are we just went to the school I! I
I had no interest in watching this film based on the trailer and subject matter as skateboarding was never my thing. However, the overwhelming 5 star reviews had me skeptical yet intrigued enough to watch. Well now I must admit that it deserves all the high praise that it’s receiving. The young actors totally pull it off making it feel at times more like a documentary than a fictional movie. Good stuff!
This was my era in skateboarding and this is a poor representation of that era. The story is junk and the nostalgia is off.