Jonah Hex Synopsis
A supernatural gunslinger (Josh Brolin) faces an old enemy who plans to unleash hell on Earth.
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JONAH HEX. Grade: C (Based on advance premiere screening on Wed. June 16th 2010)

JONAH HEX is based on the DC comics character of the same name. This short 80-minute 'revenge' movie was ineptly directed by Jimmy Hayward. Josh Brolin's character, Jonah Hex, possessed supernatural...

Five Word Review

By xsv_702
A Complete waste of time...


By xdjam0218
I can't wait to see this movie 1 because i love megan fox, and to because it's seems like a breakout role for her and i hope that the movie is great....

Five Word Review

By k28dalton
hate nasty gross megan fox...

a cool supernatural twist to the western genre

By This fans fa you
unfortunately nothing more than mediocrity. James Hayward who directed "Horton Hears a who" should of put more time in plot and character development. Josh Brolin was good in his role as Jonah Hex as...

The movie was really a so-so....

By lovestalentmoviefan
...but I am rating NO because I think you would really be ticked if you spent theatre price money on this! I was pretty pumped,even though I think one of the female leads,no names,(haha) can't act....

Could have been better

By Djv05
Josh Brolin did a terrific job in the title role! However, there seems to be too much editing that took place, leaving a few morsels of a movie, and little explanation of key details. The ending...

Jonah Hex was good!

By enhe97
Didn't know it was a comics . It was different and probably would see it again. I look forward to it coming on dvd. Another movie to add to my collection!...


By scarlettohara

Jonah Hex

By oldapple
I liked the film. It was an entertaining movie and had a good story line. Definitely full of action. I think teenagers would enjoy this movie....

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Rated PG-13 | For sexual content, intense sequences of action, intense sequences of violence and disturbing images
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Dumb, violent action Western totally misfires.
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