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  • Home (PG)

    The latest computer animation from DreamWorks continues the studio's aggressive and cynical approach to children's entertainment, pummeling viewers with mechanical-looking action sequences (which suggest video game demos), unfunny one-liners, and overly loud pop songs and sound effects. more...
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  • Home 3D (PG)

    The latest computer animation from DreamWorks continues the studio's aggressive and cynical approach to children's entertainment, pummeling viewers with mechanical-looking action sequences (which suggest video game demos), unfunny one-liners, and overly loud pop songs and sound effects. more...
  • Heaven Is for Real (PG)

    A young boy claims to have visited heaven during a near-death experience in this family drama directed by Randall Wallace. more...
  • The Hundred-Foot Journey
  • The Hundred-Foot Journey (PG)

    A Muslim family, fleeing religious persecution in India, land in a French alpine village and dare to open a restaurant across the street from a Michelin-starred place that’s commanded by a haughty old widow (Helen Mirren). more...
  • Hook (PG)

    Steven Spielberg's post-Freudian, revisionist sequel (1994) to J.M. Barrie's Peter Pan, with Wendy now 80 years old (played by Maggie Smith) and Peter (Robin Williams) married to her granddaughter (Caroline Goodall) and working as a Wall Street lawyer—a character, one suspects, who is rather like Spielberg himself. more...
  • Harold and Maude (PG)

    Bud Cort is a poor little rich boy who fakes suicides to attract his mother's attention; Ruth Gordon is a life-loving septuagenarian who steals cars and poses in the nude. more...
  • The Hunt for Red October (PG)

    Like many such efforts, this leaden 1990 cold-war thriller, adapted from Tom Clancy's best-selling novel, tries to make the CIA more competent and sophisticated than it is. Here CIA analyst Alec Baldwin tries to figure out why the Soviet nuclear submarine Red October, commanded by renegade Sean Connery, is approaching North America's eastern seaboard without authorization. more...
  • Hotel Transylvania (PG)

    Adam Sandler voices Count Dracula in this corny children's animation that collects other notable horror figures from literature and folklore—including Steve Buscemi as a werewolf and Cee-Lo Green as a mummy—and places them in a monsters-only resort where they can gather without fear of human condemnation. more...
  • Hotel Transylvania 3D (PG)

    Adam Sandler voices Count Dracula in this corny animated comedy that collects other notable horror figures from literature and folklore—including Steve Buscemi as a werewolf and Cee-Lo Green as a mummy—and places them in a monsters-only resort where they can gather without fear of human condemnation. more...
  • Hugo (PG)

    "The movies are our special place," remarks the title character, and his words go a long way toward explaining how Martin Scorsese came to make a 3-D children's fantasy. more...