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  • 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...
  • The Heartbreak Kid (R)

    I'd like to think Elaine May had it written into her contract that the Farrelly brothers could remake her most brilliant comedy (1972) if they left her name out of the press materials. more...
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  • Heat (R)

    There's nothing really new in this lengthy 1995 thriller by writer-director Michael Mann about cops (Al Pacino and others) and robbers (Robert De Niro and others) in Los Angeles, but it has craft, pacing, and an overall sense of proportion, three pretty rare classic virtues nowadays. more...
  • The Heat (R)

    Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy star as mismatched cops, but the problem is that they're mismatched performers, fighting each other for laughs because neither wants to be the straight woman. more...
  • Heathers (R)

    Michael Lehmann's first film as a director and Daniel Waters's first film as a screenwriter, this misanthropic black comedy (1989) about the cruelty of high school teenagers succeeds at least in being offbeat, but its inanities and glib pretensions are so thick that it mainly comes across as tacky and contrived. more...
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  • Heaven Knows What (R)

    The uncompromising Ronald Bronstein (Frownland) scripted this New York City scuzzfest about junkie teens scoring, shooting up, nodding off, and coming back for more. more...
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  • Heaven's Gate (R)

    Well, it really is a stinker, a compendium of The Deer Hunter's weaknesses (of plotting, narration, dialogue, and character) with few of its lyrical strengths. more...
  • Hedwig and the Angry Inch (R)

    Hedwig (John Cameron Mitchell), whose halfhearted, half-assed sex change at least got her out of Berlin, fronts the Angry Inch, an obscure rock band playing gigs in small clubs while the rock superstar who dumped Hedwig years earlier plays the stadiums next door. more...
  • Hell up in Harlem (R)

    Fred Williamson returns as Harlem crime boss Tommy Gibbs in this 1973 sequel to Black Caesar. more...