Movie Narrative: Hesher (2010)

The captivation of moving pictures is a source of tremendous inspiration.  For this reason and many more, RB28’s Movie Narratives, continues showing its love for movies with another movie narrative.  This week, Hesher (2010), will be converted into a narrative and subsequently highlighted.  It is implied that the blog reader reads the movie narrative, and then, he or she watches the movie.  The effort is to give the blog reader, an enhanced experience.  RB28’s Movie Narratives, ends this movie narrative of Hesher (2010), with some Hollywood facts. 
            Hesher (2010) is rated R.  Furthermore, it is 1 hour and 46 minutes long.  This movie is categorized under the comedy and drama genre.  The official release date is June 25th, 2011.  The release date is for the Country of Japan.  The director was Spencer Susser.  The writers were Spencer Susser, David Michod and Brian Charles Frank.  The officially recognized stars of Hesher (2010); were Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Devin Brochu and Natalie Portman.  The list of the 15 most important cast members is as follows: 
  • Joseph Gordon-Levitt (Hesher).
  • Devin Brochu (T.J.).
  • Rainn Wilson (Paul).
  • Piper Laurie (Grandma).
  • Natalie Portman (Nicole).
  • Brendan Hill (Dustin).
  • John Carroll Lynch (Larry).
  • Monica Staggs (Mom).
  • Mary Elizabeth Barrett (Meryl).
  • Audrey Wasilewski (Coleen).
  • Lyle Kanouse (Jack).
  • Frank Collison (Funeral Director).
  • Van Epperson (Angry Driver).
  • Helen Slayton-Hughes (Mrs. Rosowski).
  • Paul Bates (Mr. Elsberry).

            The synopsis follows.  Hesher (2010) is an awkward drama story, about an obsession.  In the U.S.A., a teenage boy becomes obsessed with a crashed car.  Furthermore, his obsession consumes his life.  T.J. is the name of the teenager.  Additionally, the viewer meets T.J. as he is chasing on his bicycle, the crashed car.  The crashed car, is also, being taken away by a tow truck.  After an exhaustive chase, it appears that, the crashed car arrives at its destination; a used car dealership.  T.J. quickly enters the crashed car, and, he sits in the driver’s seat.  The owner of the used car dealership, notices, T.J. seating in the crashed car.  The owner attempts, to take T.J. out of the car.  Oddly enough, the bully from the high school works, at the used car dealership.  The owner sends in the bully, in order, to remove T.J. from the crashed car.  T.J. continues to sit in the crashed car, and, the scene changes.  The scene becomes T.J. eating dinner, with his family.  Furthermore, he asks his father, why, he sold the car.  T.J., along with this father, lives with his grandmother.  T.J. doesn’t have a mother.  Furthermore, it appears as if his father doesn’t work.  T.J. leaves for school on his bicycle.  On the way to school, T.J. makes a detour into a construction site.  The construction site is going to become, a residential neighborhood.  T.J. stops, in order, to break the windows of the houses, which are being built.  Unexpectedly, an angry Hesher comes out of, one of the houses.  Hesher drags T.J. inside the house.  The security guard arrives, as Hesher, is forcibly holding T.J. up against the wall.  Hesher and T.J. successfully escape the security guard.  At the high school, Hesher starts to follow T.J. around.  However, the bully is also waiting for T.J.  Unexpectedly, T.J. becomes stretched thin between, two psychotic people.  The story continues in this trajectory.  Hesher starts to follow T.J. around, and, the bully continues to beat up T.J.  One day, Hesher arrives at T.J.’s grandmother’s house.  Hesher ends up living with T.J. and his family; without an invitation.  Ultimately, T.J.’s obsession with the crashed car is revealed.  Director, Spencer Susser, unfortunately doesn’t do a good job.  In fact, the job is a terrible job.  The story is an awkward story, and, nothing works.  The writers are equally terrible.  The story is not well written.  Furthermore, the viewer doesn’t really understand T.J.’s obsession, with the crashed car.  The officially recognized stars contribute tremendously.  Special recognition is merited to Joseph Gordon-Levitt for the Hesher character.  Overall, Hesher (2010) earns the rating of 4 out of 10.
            The movie narrative of, Hesher (2010), is as follows.  T.J. rides his bicycle at a rapid pace.  T.J. chases a crashed car, which is being taken away, by a tow truck.  T.J. continues the chase.  Unexpectedly, a car stops, and, T.J. crashes into the car.  T.J.’s left forearm is in a cast.  T.J. quickly recovers, and, he continues the chase.  The crashed car arrives, at the destination.  T.J. enters the crashed car, and, he sits in the driver’s seat.  The location is, a used car dealership.  The bully from the high school, works at the used car dealership; coincidentally.  The owner of the used car dealership, notices, T.J. sitting in the driver’s seat.  The owner sends the bully from the high school, in order, to take T.J. out of the car.  T.J. has a physical altercation with the bully from the high school.  However, T.J. stays in the car.  The scene changes, and, T.J. eats dinner with his father.  T.J., along with his father, lives with his grandmother.  T.J.’s obsession with the crashed car, continues.  In fact, he asks his father, why he sold the car.  The next morning, T.J. leaves for school on his bicycle.  It appears as if, his father doesn’t work.  On the way to school T.J. detours, into, a construction site.  The construction site is for residential homes.  Unexpectedly, T.J. falls off his bicycle.  T.J. is angry, and, he breaks a window.  Hesher comes out angry, and, he drags T.J. inside the house.  Hesher holds T.J. up against the wall, when unexpectedly, the security guard arrives.  Hesher tells T.J. that, he fucked him.  Hesher throws an explosive device, at the security guard.  The explosive device is a distraction, and, Hesher drives away in his van.  The security guard chases the van, and, T.J. leaves on his bicycle.  T.J. arrives at the high school.  Unexpectedly, Hesher watches T.J. in the hallway.  T.J. runs in the opposite direction.  Unexpectedly, the bully from the high school confronts T.J.  The confrontation is about the incident, at the used car dealership.  The bully beats up T.J.  He also tells him, to suck his cock.  Additionally, the bully spits on T.J.’s face.  T.J. returns to his grandmother’s house.  T.J. talks to his grandmother.  It continues to appear as if, T.J.’s father doesn’t work.  The doctor removes the cast that, is on T.J.’s forearm.  At the high school, T.J. sits in class.  Unexpectedly, Hesher appears at the window.  Additionally, he throws a permanent black marker at T.J.  On the street, the bully from the high school, chases T.J. in his yellow convertible car.  Apparently, Hesher drew a man with a big penis, on the side, of the bully’s car.  Hesher also wrote, suck my cock, next to the man.  The bully thinks that T.J. did it.  At a parking lot, the bully knocks T.J. to the floor.  He used the car door to knock T.J. down.  The bully gets out, and, he starts to beat up T.J.  Unexpectedly, a young woman appears to break things up, and, to help T.J.  The young woman’s name is Nicole.  T.J.’s bicycle is damaged, and, Nicole takes T.J. home.  Nicole leaves T.J. in front of his grandmother’s house.  Hesher watches T.J. from his van.  T.J. enters his grandmother’s house.  Unexpectedly, Hesher is standing behind T.J., in the living room.  Hesher asks T.J. where the laundry room is located.  T.J. tells Hesher where, and, Hesher takes off his clothes.  Immediately, Hesher also starts to wash his clothes.  Additionally, he restrains T.J. with a pair of garden scissors.  Hesher tells T.J. that, he has to act as if, he belongs here.  Hesher sits in the living room, in his underwear smoking.  T.J.’s father arrives, and, Hesher introduces himself as a friend of T.J.’s.  Hesher starts to watch television.  Surprisingly, Hesher gets up, and, he changes the connection to the cable television; from the street.  He did this in his underwear.  Hesher returns to the laundry room, and, he watches pornography on the television.  Hesher tells T.J. that, he is staying in the garage.  T.J. eats dinner with his father and grandmother.  The next day, Hesher passes time with T.J.’s father, in the living room.  T.J. travels, by himself, to the used car dealership.  He stands and stares at the crashed car, which holds his obsession.  T.J. talks to the owner, of the used car dealership, about buying the crashed car.  The owner attempts to send T.J. away.  However, he does say that the car costs, $1,800 dollars.  As he is leaving, T.J. sees the bully from the high school.  T.J. travels to a grocery store.  Additionally, he is there to see Nicole.  Nicole works as a cashier.  T.J. also buys Nicole an ice cream cone.  T.J. returns to his grandmother’s house.  T.J. watches Hesher passing time, with his grandmother.  T.J. eats dinner with Hesher, his father and his grandmother.  It appears as if, Hesher has become part of the family.  During dinner Hesher reprimands T.J., because, he is a bad grandson.  At the high school, T.J. passes time by himself.  Unexpectedly, he sees Hesher entering the high school.  T.J. watches Hesher in the hallway.  The bully, unexpectedly, grabs and throws T.J. into the boys restroom.  The bully and T.J. have a shoving fight.  The bully puts T.J.’s head, inside of the urinal.  He also makes T.J. eat the urinal cake.  Hesher watches but he doesn’t help.  T.J.’s father arrives to pick up T.J., from school.  T.J. and his father attend a group therapy session.  T.J.’s father is named Paul.  It results that, T.J.’s mother died, 2 months earlier.  T.J. and Paul return to T.J.’s grandmother’s house.  T.J. confronts Hesher about not helping him, with the bully.  T.J. also attempts to throw Hesher out.  T.J. and Hesher agree to meet-up at his van.  At night, T.J. and Hesher travel to the bully’s house.  Unexpectedly, Hesher sets the bully’s yellow convertible car on fire.  T.J. did attempt to stop him.  Hesher drives away without T.J.  T.J. runs and escapes through, people’s houses.  Hesher is able to find T.J.  T.J. refuses to get in the van.  Hesher drives at and hits T.J., with his van.  Hesher laughs and T.J. kicks Hesher.  The next morning, the police arrive.  Furthermore, they take T.J. to the police station for questioning.  It is about setting the bully’s car on fire.  T.J. is questioned and released to his father.  T.J. and Hesher talk about, what the police wanted.  At the grocery store, T.J. watches Nicole from a distance.  Unexpectedly, Hesher is standing behind T.J.  Hesher talks to T.J. about, having sex with Nicole.  Hesher and T.J. sit in Hesher’s van.  Furthermore, Hesher apologizes for the fire.  Unexpectedly, Nicole leaves in her car.  Hesher starts to follow Nicole.  Nicole is involved in a minor car accident.  Hesher gets out and helps Nicole.  Nicole leaves her car behind, and, she accepts a ride from Hesher.  Hesher drives, and, he tells Nicole weird stories.  Unexpectedly, Hesher arrives at a random house, which is for sale.  Hesher checks to see, if people are home.  People are not home, and, Hesher leads T.J. and Nicole to the backyard.  The backyard has a swimming pool, and, the group starts to swim.  Nicole and T.J. get out of the swimming pool.  Hesher continues by destroying property and swimming.  Unexpectedly, Hesher leaves, and, he leaves Nicole and T.J. behind.  T.J. and Nicole return to Nicole’s car.  Nicole discovers a parking ticket, and, she becomes angry and emotional.  T.J. tries to comfort Nicole.  T.J. arrives for dinner at his grandmother’s house.  Hesher is already there eating.  Paul arrives angry at T.J., because, T.J. missed the group therapy session.  Paul and T.J. continue to have an argument.  T.J. and Paul leave the table angry.  Hesher watches the entire thing.  Hesher and T.J.’s grandmother pass time, in the kitchen.  Hesher and T.J.’s grandmother pass time, together, in a bedroom.  Hesher smokes marijuana whilst talking to, T.J.’s grandmother.  Hesher helps T.J.’s grandmother smoke marijuana.  T.J.’s grandmother feels better for the first time, in a long time.  Hesher and T.J.’s grandmother pass time talking.  From this point forward; the series of events, take the viewer, to the end.  Ultimately, T.J.’s obsession with the crashed car is revealed.  Finally; you have to watch, in order to know, how this movie ends.
            The movie narrative of the feature film, Hesher (2010), ends with some Hollywood facts.  The country of origin is the United States of America.  The official language is English.  There are other notable release dates.  The other notable release dates are:  U.S.A., January 22, 2010 (Sundance Film Festival); U.S.A., October 15, 2010 (Philadelphia International Film Festival); U.S.A., April 16, 2011 (Florida Film Festival) and U.S.A., May 13, 2011 (Limited Release).  Regrettably, there is no data about the filming locations, of this feature film.  However, there is box office data for this particular movie.  The original budget is estimated at, $7 million USD.  On its opening weekend, this movie made $126,046 dollars.  This movie is closed in theaters on July 29, 2011.  The gross profits, that are reported, are $382,946 USD.  The filming dates, that are reported, are May 2, 2009 to June 15, 2009.  The production companies are The Last Picture Company, American Work, Catchplay, Corner Store Entertainment, DRO Entertainment, Dreamagine Entertainment, Filmula and Handsomecharlie Films.  There are several distributors for this particular movie.  Some of the distributors include the following; Face to Face (Japan), Newmarket Films (U.S.A.), Pony Canyon (Japan), Wrekin Hill Entertainment (U.S.A.) and Lionsgate Home Entertainment (U.S.A.).   
            To end and as always, RB28’s Movie Narratives, encourages you to continue reading the posted movie narratives.  The aforementioned blog strives to provide basic information, so that it, becomes inspiration.  Movies are a great pleasure to RB28’s Movie Narratives, and, the blog’s author hopes that they are for you as well.  For this week, and in conclusion, the feature film was Hesher (2010).  RB28’s Movie Narratives looks forward to seeing you next week, when another movie will be highlighted.


To Watch the Movie Trailer, Click Here.

Post a Comment