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  • Haider

    In this loose remake of Hamlet, a young man returns to his home town to look into his father's mysterious death. more...
  • Hard-Boiled

    John Woo's violent crime thriller (1992) stars Chow Yun-fat as a tough Hong Kong cop who loses his best friend and partner in a teahouse shoot-out and joins forces with a hired killer (Tony Leung) who appears to operate on both sides of the law. more...
  • Hard Eight (R)

    A pared-down crime thriller set mainly in Reno, this first feature by writer-director Paul Thomas Anderson is impressive for its lean and unblemished storytelling, but even more so for its performances. 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...
  • Harper

    A disappointing retread of the Philip Marlowe genre (1966), with Paul Newman a bit too sassy and self-consciously virile for Chandler's knight and the plot conventions a bit too carelessly used by director Jack Smight. 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...
  • He Ran All the Way (NR)

    Shortly before he was driven into exile by the Hollywood blacklist, the talented and neglected John Berry made this 1951 film, the last of John Garfield, who died of a heart attack at 39 (many believe in part because of pressures related to his own blacklisting). 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...
  • Hermano (R)

    Two young brothers living on the streets hope that professional soccer will be their ticket out of poverty. more...
  • High and Low (NR)

    I would nominate this authoritative 1962 adaptation of Ed McBain's novel The King's Ransom as Akira Kurosawa's best nonperiod picture, though Ikiru and Rhapsody in August are tough competitors. more...