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Hollywood Ending

Woody Allen rehashes the same tired character we've seen numerous times before.

Hollywood Homicide

What makes this story work is the "bad boy" chemistry Harrison Ford and Josh Hartnett have with each other. But ironically, I think that ultimately affects the integrity of the story. And there are better movies to spend your money on this summer.


Superman Returns revived the superhero's franchise, but Hollywoodland gives us a much more serious side to the Superman story. Unfortunately, this tale of the rise and fall of actor George Reeves delivers the same mixed results as Bryan Singer's over-hyped vision of the superhero.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • September 11, 2006 |
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Home Run

Pretty much a two-hour commercial for Celebrate Recovery, but as promotional videos go it's a surprisingly good and realistic one.


Takes up the slot for those looking for a bone-breaking, pitchfork-stabbing, explosion-laden spectacle in their moviegoing.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • November 27, 2013 |
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Hometown Legend

Great family film builds to an exciting ending.


It is a rare movie that is truly funny for both kids and their parents. Yet the comical “Hoodwinked” is a surprisingly hysterical offering after a year of underwhelming computer animated films.

  • Stephen McGarvey |
  • January 13, 2006 |
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Hoodwinked Too! Hood vs. Evil

After the recent success of Rio, filmmakers are betting there’s enough demand for Hoodwinked Too! to join the fun.


Walden Media certainly knows the formula for making a successful movie: find an already beloved, cherished, award-winning book, and turn it into a screenplay. Now “Hoot,” based on a Newberry Award-winning book of the same title, comes to the silver screen as Walden's next likely hit.


What Hop lacks in originality it makes up for in high energy, bright and colorful imagery and a lively and talented cast led by James Marsden.

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Hope Springs

It’s not too far-fetched to suggest that this film could genuinely help couples, and even save some marriages.

Horrible Bosses

Despite its many comedic achievements, bawdy Horrible Bosses will probably still offend more than entertain.

Host, The

If this sci-fi/romance mash-up is representative of the current state of either genre, those genres are in big trouble.

Hot Fuzz

Written, directed and acted by the same team that gave us the hilarious zombie spoof, Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz is sure to please fans of parody as well as horror and cop movies. Think Monty Python meets Bad Boys II meets Halloween IV, and you’ll get the idea.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • April 20, 2007 |
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Hotel for Dogs

While not as funny as Bolt, Hotel for Dogs is ultimately more substantial than Beverly Hills Chihuahua and doesn't require Kleenex like Marley & Me. That should please parents, while kids get another helping of delightful doggie antics.

  • Christa Banister |
  • January 16, 2009 |
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Hotel Rwanda

A film of great moral and cinematic value, “Hotel Rwanda” is a sobering reminder of just how important it is for those who have power – whether financial, physical or moral – to intervene, when great evil is taking place. If we do not, then who will? And then who will be there for us, when it is our turn?

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • February 16, 2005 |
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Hotel Transylvania

There are much better animated stories about overcoming fears and superficial differences which are far more family-friendly.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • September 28, 2012 |
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Hours, The

An introspective, sad and depressing look at three women’s lives that were linked in an interesting and profound way by a novel penned by Virginia Woolf, Mrs. Dalloway.


Like typical onscreen haunts, the House created by screenwriters Rob Green and Frank Peretti is creepy. Terrifying, in fact. But, unlike most C-genre blood flicks being churned out by Hollywood, this one has a much deeper meaning.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • November 07, 2008 |
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How Do You Know

Rom-coms of the past few years have been particularly stale, as if all churned out by the same studio assembly line. How Do You Know is no different, as indistinguishable as them all.

Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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