Josh Hutcherson’s 10 Best Movies Recommendation

Thelongestfilm – Josh Hutcherson’s Best Movies. Joshua Ryan Hutcherson, or more commonly, Josh Hutcherson, is an American actor and producer. This man, who was born in 1992, started acting in 2000. Imagine that, since the age of 8, Josh has appeared in many advertisements, television shows, and films, although his roles are still minor.

But it didn’t take long, because in 2002 Josh got the lead role in the television show “House Blend” and the movie “Miracle Dogs” in 2003. Curious about the list of films played by Josh Hutcherson? It’s actually quite difficult to determine which are Josh’s 10 best films because there are so many.

1. The Hunger Games

In 2011, Josh Hutcherson landed the lead role as Peeta Mellark in the box office film series “The Hunger Games”. This film is a huge franchise and has been very successful globally. The film is based on the novel trilogy “The Hunger Games” by Suzanne Collins.

Although there are only three novels, the film was split into four, which were released from 2012 to 2015. Thanks to his role as Peeta, Josh won 3 awards from the MTV Movie Awards and the People’s Choice Award.

“The Hunger Games” is a dystopian sci-fi film. The setting is in a post-apocalyptic future in a country called Panem, which consists of 12 districts (such as provinces or regions). In order to ‘survive’, the government created a regulation whereby a boy and a girl from each of the 12 districts were chosen annually as tributes.

2. Escobar: Paradise Lost

The film “Escobar: Paradise Lost” is based on a true story! Nick Brady (played by Josh Hutcherson) is an Irish surfer who is visiting his brother in Colombia for the holidays. There, he met a girl named Maria and fell in love. However, Maria is no ordinary girl. He is the nephew of Pablo Escobar.

3. Journey 2: The Mysterious Island

Ever watched the movie “Journey to the Center of the Earth” (2008)? Still inviting Josh Hutcherson, this film has a sequel, which was released four years later, namely “Journey 2: The Mysterious Island”. This time, Josh played with Dwayne Johnson, Michael Caine, Luis Guzman, and Vanessa Hudgens. This film sequel is based on the novel by Jules Verne with the title “The Mysterious Island” (1874).

In this second film, Sean Anderson (Josh Hutcherson) experiences a new adventure when he receives a distress signal from an unknown island. He thought this might be a signal from his grandfather from ‘The Mysterious Island’. He also decided to look for the existence of this mysterious island, even though he had to go around the world. On his journey, Sean assisted by a helicopter pilot and also by his daughter.

4. Bridge to Terabithia

Based on the novel “Bridge to Terabithia” by Katherine Paterson, this film released in 2007 with Josh Hutcherson and AnnaSophia Robb (who played in the film “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”). This is a children’s and youth fantasy adventure film.

Jesse Aarons and Leslie Burke tell stories from childhood to adulthood. They are 12-year-olds who are neighbors. They spend their free time together in a tree house deep in the forest and create a fantasy world called ‘Terabithia’.

5. Zathura: A Space Adventure

If I said Josh Hutcherson once played in a movie with Kristen Stewart, would you believe it or not? Oh, you have to believe it, because they were in a film project together in 2005. You may have watched “Zathura: A Space Adventure” as a child. This film is based on the children’s book “Zathura” by Chris Van Allsburg, author of the story “Jumanji”.

So, it turns out, “Zathura” is a spin-off and the second installment of the “Jumanji” franchise. For those who don’t understand what a spin-off, the story broken up but still connected. In short, the two stories are in the same universe because the authors are also the same person.

You know, Valak the demon who has the features of a nun? Well, he appeared in the films “The Nun” and “The Conjuring”, and likes to be mentioned in the following films. Well, “Jumanji” and “Zathura” are like that too. “Jumanji” tells the story of Peter and Judy, a brother and sister who play a mysterious game called ‘Jumanji’.

This board game turns out to connected to the real world and summons all kinds of threats in the forest, such as lions and a herd of elephants, as well as Alan Parrish (Robin Williams), who sucked into the game as a child and only managed to get out 26 years later after Peter and Judy played the game again.

“Zathura” has a similar premise, which is that it is a board game that makes the player ‘sucked’ into the game. Tells about two brothers, Danny (Jonah Bobo) and Walter (Josh Hutcherson), who find a mysterious board game in the basement of their house.

It turns out that this game pulls their house into outer space, along with their older sister, Lisa (Kristen Stewart). To be able to return to earth, they must complete the game. Luckily, they get help from a mysterious astronaut who stuck in outer space.

6. Josh Hutcherson’s Best Movies : Detention

“Detention” an American comedy film directed by Joseph Kahn. Bringing along a line of actors and actresses such as Josh Hutcherson, Shanley Caswell, Spencer Locke, and Dane Cook. The plot like this, There a serial killer known as Cinderella on the loose, and she preying on Grizzly Lake High School students.

The headmaster believes that Cinderella is a student who often makes trouble or is even very quiet. He also made a detention class for the suspects. Because they have the potential to trapped in a room with a killer, the children in the detention class work together to stop Cinderella.

7. Josh Hutcherson’s Best Movies : Firehouse Dog

As a child, Josh played the main character in the film “Firehouse Dog.” Is a family film distributed by 20th Century Fox. Uh, but actually the main star of this film a dog named Rexxx.

He is a superstar; he lives a bourgeois life with an owner who loves him and a series of fans who always want to be close to him. Yes, Rexxx is a celebrity dog who has appeared in many blockbusters. One day, while filming a parachuting stunt, the plane Rexxx was on crashed. Trey (played by Dash Mihok) thinks his dog gone.

Meanwhile, Shane Fahey (Josh Hutcherson) a small child who has just been left behind by his uncle and dog due to a fire. When he intends to run away from school, he caught by two firefighters and taken to the fire station.

Then the officers were called because there was a fire somewhere. Shane went to the location, and he saw a dog trapped on the roof of a burning house. Yes, that dog Rexx, who rumored to have died. Yes, earlier, it turned out that Rexxx fell on top of a tomato truck, so he survived. However, he is sad and hopeless because he is far away from his owner.

8. Josh Hutcherson’s Best Movies : RV

“RV”, or short for “Runaway Vacation,” is a family comedy film starring the late Robin Williams, Cheryl Hines, Joanna Levesque, Josh Hutcherson, Kristin Chenoweth, and Jeff Daniels. Tells about Bob Munro (Robin Williams) and his family, who are not familiar with each other because of their respective activities.

Bob also rented an RV for a road trip from Los Angeles to the Colorado Rockies in an effort to bring his family closer together. However, it turns out that he also has a personal mission, namely to take care of his office work. It should be simple to drink water while diving, right? But it turns out that Bob actually encountered a lot of problems. Will his family and work be safe?

9. The Polar Express

It seems that everyone saw the movie “The Polar Express” when they were little. This Christmas-themed animated film adapted from a novel with the same title by Chris Van Allsburg.

Unlike cartoon films, “The Polar Express” uses motion capture animation with live-action characters! For a 2004 film, this really sophisticated.

This film tells the story of a boy who sees a mysterious train stop in front of his house on Christmas Eve. Inside the train, there were already many other children. It turns out that this train is moving towards the North Pole to visit Santa Claus.

10. Josh Hutcherson’s Best Movies : 7 Days in Havana

Unlike the other films Josh has ever played, “7 Days in Havana” is a Spanish-language film. The film with the original title “7 Days in Havana” is an anthology film.

Why is the title seven days? Because this film set in one week in the Cuban capital, Havana. However, many criticize that this anthology film is too cliche and that some stories are too overpowering so that other stories are forgotten.

Throughout his career, Josh Hutcherson has shown an interest in directing as well as producing, while still playing major roles in those films. Josh has served as executive producer on “Detention” (2011), “The Forger” (2012), and “Escobar: Paradise Lost” (2015). Wow, really cool, huh, this Josh!

So, it’s not just Hunger Games; Josh also plays in many movies, and almost all of his movies are famous. Have you ever watched any of the movies above?

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