Jonah Hill talks about hip-hop, and his new move he wrote Mid 90s! No ratings yet.

Written by on November 1, 2018

Once again we are back and we are going to discuss. Jonah hills point of view on hip-hop, and the backstory on the new movie he wrote Mid 90s. Wait until you hear his point of view on how cultures are submerging more than ever before. I pulled some great details off of the source I had to use to look into what Jonah Hill is up too currently in his career.

Jonah Hill really did deliver on the breakfast club with him discussing why he made this movie, and on what he says about the youth of today, compared to kids in the mid-90s. In this movie, Jonah wrote it merges hip-hop with skateboarding, and that in itself is very creative. Jonah Hill said, “the core of this movie is finding your tribe.” Growing up Jonah said, “skateboarding burst him out of his tribe.” It seems today skateboarding in itself is submerging with other cultures. Going deeper into the interview Jonah says “he saw life through the lens of skateboarding, and hip-hop. That is really something to really merge together right there. One other thing Jonah has mentioned creating this movie that, “it took him three years, twenty drafts to write the movie. The best quote he had said out of all of this because this resonates with me to the depth “writing is a blank sheet of paper and it’s you versus that, and no one can take it away from you.” What a powerful message just from him mentioning that quote. Going further into this Jonah mentions as well that the movie is very raw. “The reason for that being so that people can see how it really is”. Jonah Hill had also said, “I think holding a mirror up is more powerful than changing history.” This is something we should all take in, and think about.” One final thing he said I really enjoyed was “true confidence is living in uncertainty, ”we are only today.

It was educating for me to take a tune into what I heard on the breakfast club when Jonah Hill came on and said what he said. That had changed my perspective when I was a teenager I used to skateboard as well, and even when I was doing so. Skateboarding was just starting to get more popular especially for being a girl and let alone black too. Never the less he had also gone onto say about hip-hop, and he is similar to me. It is clear that I like the older hip-hop as much as Jonah hill does. I did like the vibe Jonah gave as well, and I like who he is as a person all at once. It would be awesome to meet him, and have dinner with him someday. I am definitely excited to see this movie Mid 90s since I myself was born in the 90s, and started skateboarding when I was 10 years old back in 2003. I would highly recommend to check out Jonah Hill on the breakfast club and see what he has to say.

We have now discussed what I had gotten out of this interview on mid-90s, that Jonah Hill had written and directed. Jonah Hill gave a lot of wise quotes such as “he saw life through the lens of skateboarding, and hip-hop. “writing is a blank sheet of paper and it’s you versus that, and no one can take it away from you.” Something I can definitely relate with because I am a writer myself. One last favorite things he mentioned was “I think holding a mirror up is more powerful than changing history.” This whole entire thing was an educating experience for me, and I can not wait to watch Mid 90s, and see what I get out of it. So who is going to go see the movie mid-90s?

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