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  • Heaven Is for Real (PG)

    A young boy claims to have visited heaven during a near-death experience in this family drama directed by Randall Wallace. more...
  • Housemaids

    For this 2012 Brazilian documentary, Gabriel Mascaro gave video cameras to seven teenagers and asked them to record their families' maids for a week. more...
  • Hazard

    Paulette Godard stars in this 1948 comedy from Paramount, as a gambler who wagers her own hand in marriage, loses it to a card shark, and goes on the run. more...
  • Hallelujah the Hills

    Two men love the same woman in this 1963 comedy by Adolfas Mekas, the New York avant-gardist and brother of filmmaker Jonas Mekas. more...
  • Hi, Mom!

    Lacking the unity of its progenitor (Greetings!), this 1970 film by Brian De Palma and Charles Hirsch stacks the comedic deck both against the audience (too many parodies, too many topics) and against the fine cast (too much improvisation, not enough coherent material for Allen Garfield, Jennifer Salt, and Robert De Niro to work with). more...
  • An Honest Living
  • An Honest Living

    This documentary profiles four Chicagoans—a painter, a musician, a burlesque dancer, and a martial arts teacher—who've pursued their respective interests for years while holding down day jobs. more...
  • Happy Christmas
  • Happy Christmas (R)

    This is Joe Swanberg's first movie to be shot on celluloid, though his subject matter is still the domestic rituals and professional aspirations of self-regarding (and uniformly ineloquent) middle-class millennials. more...