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  • 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...
  • Holy Rollers (R)

    Though several notches above the last Hasidic crime drama I remember (Sidney Lumet's daffy A Stranger Among Us, with Melanie Griffith as an undercover cop among New York's ultra-Orthodox), this lackluster indie proves that the flattening power of cliche can trump even the most exotic social setting. more...
  • Human Desire

    Fritz Lang's 1954 American version of the Zola novel (and Renoir film) La Bete Humaine. more...
  • Hyena
  • Hyena

    Gerard Johnson, who wrote and directed the moody crime drama Hyena, claims to have spent over three years researching human trafficking and police corruption in London, and his effort shows in the film's immersive presentation of both subjects. more...
  • I, Olga Hepnarova

    Petr Kazda and Tomás Weinreb directed this 2016 Czech biopic of Hepnarová, a Czechoslovakian woman executed for murder after she drove a truck into a crowd of people in 1973. more...