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  • Hardcore Henry (R)

    In this steroidal Russian actioner, everything unfolds from the perspective of the title character, a hideously mangled man who's been reanimated as a cyborg. more...
  • The Harder They Come (R)

    With this 1972 cult hit, Jamaican filmmaker Perry Henzell produced a proud, forthright indictment of national and personal corruption, as evoked through a young reggae singer's odyssey from country to city, from innocent to outlaw. more...
  • Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle (R)

    John Cho (American Pie) and Kal Penn (National Lampoon's Van Wilder) play the title pair, college-grad stoners whose nocturnal mission to score some fast food leads to a series of misadventures. more...
  • Hart's War (R)

    At the heart of this drama, a mildly psychological suspense thriller with military trappings, a white lieutenant and law student represents a black lieutenant on trial for murder—both are American prisoners in a German POW camp during World War II—even as he wrestles his own demons. more...
  • The Hateful Eight (R)

    Django Unchained convinced me that Quentin Tarantino is out of ideas; this follow-up, another western, didn't persuade me otherwise, but it takes a more thoughtful approach to his usual preoccupations (revenge, mainly). more...
  • The Hateful Eight (70mm) (R)

    Django Unchained convinced me that Quentin Tarantino is out of ideas; this follow-up, another western, didn't persuade me otherwise, but it takes a more thoughtful approach to his usual preoccupations (revenge, mainly). more...
  • Hateship Loveship (R)

    Adapted from a short story by Pulitzer Prize-winner Alice Munro, this jumbled drama gets decent mileage out of actress Kristen Wiig (Bridesmaids) but is hindered by a subpar script that fails to translate Munro's characterizations and intricate plotting to the screen. more...
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  • A Haunted House (R)

    The Paranormal Activity movies are so dull and shoddily made that any decent comedian could mock them in his sleep. more...
  • Haywire (R)

    Steven Soderbergh has announced that he'll soon retire from directing to become a painter, and this international thriller—his 23rd feature since 1989—registers as the work of someone who's become both very good at and very bored with his job. more...
  • Headhunters (R)

    A corporate job recruiter who doubles as an art thief faces a series of life-or-death situations after a rival criminal frames him for murder. more...
  • Hearts and Minds (R)

    A masterful documentary (1974), one of the most unsettling discussions of Vietnam and its aftermath ever to appear in any medium. more...