over 4 years
Decent movie, predictable, a bit slow, but with some good moments
Has everything you could ask for. Beautiful and touching. Too bad no one knows about it!
over 6 years
Applause Natalie Portman.
Love this movie.
almost 7 years
The most lovable film about an abusive heavy metal squatter I've ever seen. Rock on.
Metal Mary Poppins?
over 7 years
Levitt reminds me so much of Heath Ledger. Dark, yet somehow still hilarious
over 7 years
This flick indeed is fucking HILARIOUS!
Hesher is a 2010 American dark comedy/drama film written and directed by Spencer Susser and starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Rainn Wilson, and Natalie Portman. First screened at the Sundance Film Festival January 22, 2010, the film was released in the United States on May 13, 2011. Most of the songs on the film's soundtrack are tracks from American heavy metal band Metallica and British heavy metal band Motorhead.
Following the loss of his mother in a car crash, T.J (Devin Brochu) falls into a state of depression, and social isolation. His pill popping father (Rainn Wilson) and he are forced to live with T.J.'s elderly absent-minded grandmother (Piper Laurie).
After an argument with his father, T.J. goes into a construction project on his way to school, where he crashes his bicycle upon hitting a beam. Angrily, he throws an object into a bay window of a seemingly unoccupied project home and breaks it. This disturbs a squatting resident named Hesher (Joseph Gordon-Levitt), who threatens...