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Jonah Hex (2010)

Jonah Hex

Overview


Genre

Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi

Release Date

June 18, 2010

MPAA Rating

PG-13

Studio

Warner Bros. Pictures

Official Site

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REVIEWS RATE:  Critics  Not quite bad, but it's not recommended either.    Readers  3 of 5 [Rate It]

Cast and Crew


Director

Jimmy Hayward

Producer

Andrew Lazar, Akiva Goldsman

Screenwriter

Mark Neveldine, Brian Taylor

Starring

Story


Jonah Hex (Josh Brolin) is a scarred drifter and bounty hunter of last resort, a tough and stoic gunslinger who can track down anyone ... and anything. Having survived death, Jonah's violent history is steeped in myth and legend and has left him with one foot in the natural world and one on the "other side." His only human connection is with Leila (Megan Fox), whose life in a brothel has left her with scars of her own. But Jonah's past is about to catch up with him when the U.S. military makes him an offer he can't refuse: In exchange for his freedom from the warrants on his head, he must track down and stop the dangerous terrorist Quentin Turnbull (John Malkovich). But Turnbull, who is gathering an army and preparing to unleash Hell, is also Jonah's oldest enemy and will stop at nothing until Jonah is dead. Based on the legendary graphic novel, "Jonah Hex" is an epic adventure thriller about one man's personal quest for redemption against the vast canvas of the battle between good and evil.

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Josh Brolin stars as Jonah Hex in Warner Bros. Pictures' Jonah Hex (2010). Photo credit by Frank Masi.
Poster of Warner Bros. Pictures' Jonah Hex (2010)

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PREMIERE PHOTO

Julia Jones
World Premiere of 'Jonah Hex'
Jun 17, 2010
Ashley Edner
World Premiere of 'Jonah Hex'
Jun 17, 2010

REVIEWS BY CRITICS

“..artlessly directed and sloppily written production..”
by Peter Howell [Toronto Star]
“..Jonah Hex is a good performance and a few good lines buried in a script whose authors should do a little time in writer's hell for scribbling it..”
by Roger Moore [Orlando Sentinel]
“..a real mess..”
by Bill Goodykoontz [Arizona Republic]