Jesus Henry Christ

Jesus Henry Christ

Downloadable Video - 2011
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This colorful, modern comedy revolves around 10-year-old boy genius Henry James Herman (Jason Spevack) and his fervently left-wing single mother Patricia (Toni Collette), who works at the local university's cafeteria. A misfit from birth, Henry's precocious, rabble-rousing ways catch up with him when he gets kicked out of school for writing "Manifestos on the Nature of Truth." Meanwhile, 12-year-old Audrey (Samantha Weinstein) has her own problems because of her single father, university professor Dr. Slavkin O'Hara (Michael Sheen), who used her as the test subject for his best-selling book Born Gay or Made that Way? Needless to say, she gets a not-so-nice nickname from her classmates. When Henry scores a scholarship to the university as a child prodigy, the two families cross paths and everything they knew about their lives is thrown to the wind.
Publisher: [United States] : Entertainment One : Made available through hoopla, 2011.
ISBN: 9781417237579
Branch Call Number: eVideo hoopla
Characteristics: 1 online resource (1 video file (ca. 95 min.)) : sd., col.


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May 14, 2019

This started out adorably quaint & bright for me but then it took a turn somewhere from exceptional to self-indulgent.

insane_smurf Dec 16, 2013

strange, quirky film, but i loved it!. cant help but always see michael sheen as tony blair in "the Queen" tho lol

Jul 22, 2013

What a funny, strange little movie :) Quirky misfits of all stripes. Good for ages 13 & up if they aren't especially sensitive to references & images of death in the family. I like Toni Collette more & more, but would like to see her in a role other than "all too humanly flawed yet loving mom"

MsMicawber Oct 31, 2012

This movie starts out like a great little black comedy but after half an hour the humour disappears and it turns into yet another boring and predictable "heart-warming" family movie. Big disappointment.

jpozenel Oct 06, 2012

I liked it! Dark humor but definitely very funny at times. I really liked Frank Moore who played Stan Herman (Grandpa) who was quite a character. I'll have to check out more movies that he is in...great acting that appeared almost effortless.


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