Hesher (2011)

Hesher had its moments of tensity, contemplation, and out-right wildness. The filmography and directing were stand up but the story-line, message, and themes are lost. It’s an obvious coming of age story that needed constant action and movement to keep from being boring. Some moments are over-the-top and rather goofy. The movie is somewhat a recycled version the 80’s flick Suburbia, but with added independent-film stylings. Unfortunately,  Hesher doesn’t really say anything. 2 out of 5 stars.

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