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  • Harlan: In the Shadow of Jew Süss (NR)

    A darling of the Third Reich, German director Veit Harlan became infamous for the anti-Semitic propaganda film Jew Suss (1940), which was seen by some 20 million Germans and another 20 million people across Europe. more...
  • Hatchet II (NR)

    Adam Green directed this sequel to his 2006 horror comedy about tourists stranded in a Louisiana swamp. more...
  • Le Havre (NR)

    In the northern French port city of the title, an elderly shoe shiner calls on his circle of working-poor friends to help him protect a young African refugee from getting deported. more...
  • Hawaiian Buckaroo (NR)

    Ray Taylor directed this 1938 drama starring Robert Taylor as a singing cowboy who saves a ranch in Hawaii. 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...
  • Heal the Living (NR)

    Katell Quillévéré directed this 2016 French-Belgian drama, a trio of interconnected stories. more...
  • Heart o' the Hills (NR)

    Mary Pickford was at the height of her celebrity when she made this picturesque drama (1919), the third of a landmark free-agent contract that anticipated the contemporary star system. more...
  • Heartbreaker (NR)

    Romain Duris (Dans Paris, The Beat That My Heart Skipped) is plausibly cast as a man who can seduce any woman he sets his sights on but who uses his superpowers for good and never evil. more...
  • Heartless (NR)

    An introverted young photographer (Jim Sturgess) with a heart-shaped birthmark over his left eye and cheek stumbles upon the alarming fact that nocturnal London is being stalked by homicidal, lizard-faced, Molotov-cocktail-tossing demons. more...
  • Hearts of the World (NR)

    One of the best reasons for seeing this powerful 1918 D.W. Griffith feature—a love triangle (Lillian and Dorothy Gish and Robert Harron) set in a French village during World War I—is that it's the only Griffith feature in which Erich von Stroheim has a featured part; Noel Coward also appears in an early bit. more...
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  • The Hedgehog (NR)

    Lacking any depth of its own, this upper-middlebrow French drama (2009) resorts to the old trick of referencing acknowledged masters. more...
  • The Heir Apparent: Largo Winch (NR)

    Contrary to what you might think, Largo Winch is not a piece of construction equipment but an action hero created by Jean Van Hamme for a series of Belgian novels in the 1970s, and subsequently adapted to comic books, TV, and movies. more...