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How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days

This is a modern screwball romance comedy that heavily relies on the chemistry of Hudson and McConaughey to make it work. I enjoyed the verbal sparring, modern pop psychology about dating and the happy ending.

 
How to Train Your Dragon

Considering its intricately crafted animation and heartwarming story, you'd think How to Train Your Dragon was Pixar's latest flick. But it is a DreamWorks project, and it's refreshing to see a movie that doesn't rely on a slew of pop culture references and lowbrow humor to entertain.

 
How to Train Your Dragon 2

Doesn't offer the same measure of surprise as the original but has different strengths of its own, including how regret and apology heal.

 
Hugo

One of the year’s best family movies, Hugo ends as an engaging film-history lesson but also taps into deeper human emotions.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • November 23, 2011 |
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Hulk, The

I went to this movie expecting it to be an action-packed, thrill-a-minute adventure, but what I didn't expect was how intense, dark and violent it turned out to be. Granted, I realize this story is about a dark character, but somehow I remembered the television show being a little lighter and funnier.

 
Hundred-Foot Journey, The

Not as memorable as fellow 2014 foodie film Chef, but it’s hard to find any major flaws in it. Predictable, but well-played.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • August 08, 2014 |
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Hunger Games, The

Author Suzanne Collins and her legion of fans should be ecstatic with how this adaptation turned out.

 
Hunger Games, The: Catching Fire

Under a new director, deeper themes lurk beneath the disturbing surface story of this sequel to offer a surprisingly relevant takeaway.

  • Christa Banister |
  • November 22, 2013 |
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Hunting Party, The

Even with the star power of Richard Gere and Terrence Howard, The Hunting Party is so cynical and profane that it largely fails to entertain or inform. This “hunt” is long, slow and dull—a party full of unlikable people that make a night at home a preferable alternative.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • September 14, 2007 |
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Hurt Locker, The

Key to the success of the The Hurt Locker is that its agenda is neither pro-war nor anti-war. Instead, the film is a look at the psychology of the men who go to war, and especially of those who willingly take part in the most dangerous aspects of conflict.

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Hyde Park on Hudson

The casting and the idea to make a movie about FDR are inspired. That's where the inspiration ends for this gross miscalculation.

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