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  • Hands of Stone
  • Hands of Stone (R)

    In keeping with the recent vogue for political sports biopics (Race, 42), this drama about boxing legend Roberto Duran connects his popularity in his native Panama to the country's renewed national spirit when the U.S. ceded control of the Panama Canal in 1977. more...
  • Hunt for the Wilderpeople
  • Hunt for the Wilderpeople (PG-13)

    In the mountains of New Zealand, a troublesome foster child (Julian Dennison) is delivered into the care of an elderly couple (Sam Neill, Rima Te Wiata), and ultimately he and the old man must go on the run, fending for themselves in the wild. more...
  • 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...
  • Hello, My Name Is Doris
  • Hello, My Name Is Doris (R)

    After more than a decade doing TV, writer-director Michael Showalter (The Baxter, Wet Hot American Summer) returns with another of his wacky but endearingly sweet rom-coms, this one about a May-December office crush. more...
  • The Hollars
  • The Hollars (PG-13)

    A young artist in New York City (John Krasinski) returns to his midwestern hometown to reconnect with his spirited mother (Margo Martindale), who faces brain surgery to remove a tumor; his hapless father (Richard Jenkins), whose small business is going under; and his fathead brother (Sharlto Copley), who's causing problems for his ex-wife. more...
  • A Hologram for the King
  • A Hologram for the King (R)

    Tom Hanks stars as a washed-up salesman (his dwindling fortunes in the U.S. are dramatized in an awkward parody of the Talking Heads' "Once in a Lifetime") who journeys to Saudi Arabia and takes up residence in the King Abdullah Economic City, an unfinished commercial and residential development near Jeddah, to sell a new teleconference system to the king. more...
  • Hail, Caesar!
  • Hail, Caesar! (PG-13)

    Backed by Universal Pictures, Joel and Ethan Coen revisit the Hollywood satire of Barton Fink (1991), tossing together cartoonish Tinseltown archetypes (George Clooney as a dumbbell screen idol, Tilda Swinton as a pair of identical-twin gossip columnists) and swell parodies of MGM classics (an Esther Williams-style water ballet starring Scarlett Johansson, a Gene Kelly-style dance number starring Channing Tatum). more...
  • The Hollow

    Miles Doleac directed this "southern-noir crime drama" about FBI agents investigating the death of a congressman's daughter in Mississippi. more...
  • High-Rise
  • High-Rise

    J.G. Ballard's dystopian novel High-Rise (1975) takes place in a block of five apartment towers on the Thames River, the first-occupied of which, with 1,000 units and about 2,000 residents, gradually descends into barbarism. 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...
  • He Named Me Malala
  • He Named Me Malala (PG-13)

    The world's heart went out to 15-year-old Malala Yousafzai when she was shot in the head by a Taliban gunman in 2012 for her spirited defense of women's education in Afghanistan. more...