steve hahn


Captain Fantastic (2016) - Matt Ross

5 bullets on this film:

  • I honestly hope 2017 blesses us with more movies like this one. The plot is original, it’s well written, there aren’t any boring scenes, and it made me cry and laugh at the same time. If there are more films like this one out there, please let me know.
  • The cinematography is perfect. I mean it. The setting and the colors are very relaxing and ‘pure’, and the way the film shows the constrast between nature and society is amazing. The soundtrack is also very nice, especially when the characters make their own music. 

  • Viggo Mortensen is great, I even cried because of his performance, you can really notice that he’s feeling his character. And the kids??? DO YOU WANT TO WALK ABOUT THE KIDS?? Some of them are like 5 years old and are already amazingly talented.   

  • The dialogues are really well written and there are some great references and memorable quotes, so if you’re looking for phrases to write on your bedroom wall, this movie will give you some ideas.  

  • This movie manages to send a strong message about capitalism and society’s values without being too extremist, so by the end of the film the viewer gets to have its own opinion on the subject. I think the whole point of the plot is that you can do whatever you want, but never impose your views on other people, let them decide what they want to believe in.  

“That woman is one of the best people I know. If you don’t want to follow her plan, feel free to stay here and protect the civilians while I go help rescue those kids!” STEVE TREVOR DOESN’T HAVE TIME FOR YOUR ARROGANCE, R’AS AL GHUL. 

from Batman ’66 Meets Wonder Woman ’77 #2, written by Jeff Parker and Marc Andreyko, art by David Hahn and Karl Kesel.

A Nation without Borders:  The United States and Its World in an Age of Civil Wars,1830-1910 (Viking Press, 2016)

Thinking about picking this up. By Steve Hahn. Anyone read it yet?


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Exclusive Photos from Captain Fantastic, Starring Viggo Mortensen

Captain Fantastic, starring Viggo Mortensen and directed by Matt Ross, is opening in theaters next year and we’ve got your first look at photos from the Bleecker Street Films release.

In the film, a father (Mortensen), devoted to teaching his six children how to live and survive in the deep forests of the Pacific Northwest, is forced to leave his self-created paradise. When confronted with the real world, he begins a journey that challenges his ideas of freedom and what it means to raise a family.

Missi Pyle, Kathryn Hahn, Steve Zahn and Frank Langella co-star.

(photograph by Regan MacStravic)