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  • Hacksaw Ridge
  • Hacksaw Ridge (R)

    Hacksaw Ridg, which opened in wide release last weekend, represents Mel Gibson's directorial comeback after years in the professional wilderness, following the July 2006 publication of a DUI arrest report that quoted him as saying, "The Jews are responsible for all the wars in the world" and the July 2010 leak of a recorded phone call in which he told his then-girlfriend, "You look like a pig in heat, and if you get raped by a pack of niggers it will be your fault." 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...
  • Hall Pass (R)

    Jason Sudeikis and Owen Wilson star as long-married suburbanites who persuade their wives to grant them a therapeutic week off from their vows so they can chase other women. more...
  • The Hallow
  • The Hallow

    A biologist working on a government-sponsored project moves to a remote, wooded area of Ireland with his wife and infant son and discovers that the area is plagued by evil spirits. more...
  • Halloween II

    Rob Zombie’s directing debut, House of a Thousand Corpses (2003), had a kind of diseased grindhouse integrity, but this umpteenth feature about the unstoppable masked killer Michael Myers could be the work of any journeyman, give or take a few hundred gratuitous pop-culture references. more...
  • 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...
  • The Hangover Part II (R)

    Ed Helms, Bradley Cooper, and Zach Galifianakis return as bachelor-party boys prone to disaster, but director Todd Phillips understands that the real star of The Hangover was its cagey story structure, which he carefully copies for this sequel. more...
  • The Hangover Part III (R)

    Zach Galifianakis takes center stage for this final installment in the party-boy franchise, which wisely drops the narrative gimmick of alcohol-induced amnesia that made the first movie so unusual and the second its pallid copy. more...
  • The Hangover

    Todd Phillips is no artist, but his lowbrow comedies (Road Trip, Old School) always hit the mark because they're so psychologically true: the superego tries to control the id, but the id gets drunk and barfs all over it. more...
  • Hanna (PG-13)

    In a thriller variation on the old feral-child premise, young Hanna (Saoirse Ronan of Atonement) has been raised in the snows of Finland and mercilessly drilled in survival tactics by her father (Eric Bana), a rogue CIA agent. more...
  • Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters (R)

    The idea of recasting the little fairy-tale characters as action heroes is so silly it might have worked had it been played for laughs, but director and cowriter Tommy Wirkola (best known for the "Nazi zombie" flick Dead Snow) just uses it as a pretext for fight scenes in the fashion of video games. 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...
  • Happy Feet

    Let's see if I have this straight: in an animated tribe of penguins who talk and sing like inner-city residents, Mumble (voiced by Elijah Wood) can't sing but can tap-dance like crazy. more...