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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...
  • 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...
  • Hank: 5 Years From the Brink
  • Hank: 5 Years From the Brink (NR)

    The story of the 2008 financial meltdown has been told once already from the perspective of Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson, in the gripping HBO drama Too Big to Fail (starring William Hurt); as a consequence, this highly sympathetic documentary profile of Paulson is slightly redundant, but it's also more factualized and instructive in its financial detail. more...
  • Hitchcock (PG-13)

    Stephen Rebello's book Alfred Hitchcock and the Making of Psycho is most interesting as a business story, explaining how the director, determined to buck his studio with a screen version of Robert Bloch's lurid horror novel, had to mortgage his home for funds and shoot the movie with the low-budget crew of his TV show, Alfred Hitchcock Presents. more...
  • Howl (R)

    Pioneering gay filmmaker Rob Epstein (Word Is Out, The Times of Harvey Milk, The Celluloid Closet) and his frequent collaborator Jeffrey Friedman set their sights on one of the defining cultural events of the 1950s: the publication of Allen Ginsberg's Howl and Other Poems, which prompted a landmark obscenity trial. more...