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Jonah Hill

Jonah Hill
Actor Jonah Hill, born Jonah Hill Feldstein, started out in the Judd Apatow flicks "The 40-Year-Old Virgin" and "Knocked Up." It was Hill's performance as a nerdy high schooler in 2007's "Superbad" that proved to be his breakout role.

Hill also voiced a character in the animated feature "Horton Hears a Who!"
Actor Jonah Hill, born Jonah Hill Feldstein, started out in the Judd Apatow flicks "The 40-Year-Old Virgin" and "Knocked Up." It was Hill's performance as a nerdy high schooler in 2007's "Superbad" that proved to be his breakout role.

Hill also voiced a character in the animated feature "Horton Hears a Who!"
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  • Film review: Quentin Tarantino ropes himself a Western with 'Django Unchained'

    Film review: Quentin Tarantino ropes himself a Western with 'Django Unchained'
    As diverse as Quentin Tarantino's first films (“Reservoir Dogs,” “Pulp Fiction,” “Jackie Brown”) were in tone (tragic, comic and romantic, respectively), they all took place within roughly the same world and the same genre — urban crime. The iconic status that accrued to him in that genre could easily have hardened into a straitjacket. In addition, his dialogue is so relentlessly contemporary that he seemed about as well suited for a 19th century period piece as Ang Lee was for a CGI superhero project like “Hulk.”
  • A Balcony View: I'm not bad. I'm just drawn that way

    A Balcony View: I'm not bad. I'm just drawn that way
    Every Tuesday, I post the link to the Glendale News-Press website on my Facebook page so my friends all over the world can read my weekly column. Though it may be hard for my detractors to believe, I actually have loyal readers in places like Australia....

    Film review: Phil Lord and Christopher Miller successfully reboot '21 Jump Street'

    Film review: Phil Lord and Christopher Miller successfully reboot '21 Jump Street'
    For the second week in a row, the biggest studio release is the first live-action feature from a director coming from animation. Or we should say — in the case of “21 Jump Street” — directors. The team of Phil Lord and...

    DVD review: '21 Jump Street' is 'good dumb'

    DVD review: '21 Jump Street' is 'good dumb'
    As I remarked in my review of the theatrical release of “21 Jump Street”, this feature revival/spoof of the ‘80s TV show is better than it has any right to be. It may be dumb, but it's good dumb, mixing very broad shtick with clever...