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  • Heaven Can Wait

    Ernst Lubitsch's only completed film in Technicolor (1943), the greatest of his late films, offers a rosy, meditative, and often very funny view of an irrepressible ladies' man (Don Ameche in his prime) presenting his life in retrospect to the devil (Laird Cregar). more...
  • The Heavens Call

    Noble Soviet cosmonauts blast off for Mars, racing dirty American capitalists to plant the first flag on the red planet. more...
  • Heavy Traffic

    Ralph Bakshi moves beyond the ersatz animalism of Fritz the Cat to the real-life animalism of New York's Lower East Side in this hilarious, grotesque cartoon/live-action feature (1973), a pinball player's fantasy equivalent of Hubert Selby's Last Exit to Brooklyn. 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...
  • Heiran

    The uneasy relationship between Iranians and immigrants from other Islamic nations is evident in this naturalistic drama by director Shalizeh Arefpour. more...
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  • The Heiress

    William Wyler turns Henry James's Washington Square into a visually concise chamber drama (1949) that starkly renders the characters' cruelty and ambiguous motives. more...
  • Hell on Wheels

    After petering out in the 70s, women's roller derby recently made a comeback as a semicamp event with costumes, character names, and an ethos of female empowerment. more...
  • Hellaware
  • Hellaware

    In this wry satire of millennial art-chic posturing, a wannabe artist in Brooklyn (Keith Poulson) discovers a goofy horror-rap group online and, amused by their antics, travels to their rundown Delaware town to photograph them partying in their grungy basement. more...
  • Hellboy II: The Golden Army

    In Guillermo del Toro's sequel to his Hellboy (2004), the big red guy (Ron Perlman) tries to thwart a renegade elfin prince (Luke Goss) who plans to violate a long-standing truce with mankind by resurrecting a dormant army of gigantic metal warriors. more...
  • Hello, My Name Is Doris
  • Hello, My Name Is Doris (R)

    After more than a decade doing TV, writer-director Michael Showalter (The Baxter, Wet Hot American Summer) returns with another of his wacky but endearingly sweet rom-coms, this one about a May-December office crush. more...
  • Hellzapoppin'

    Rarely shown in the U.S. these days, this 1941 film of the wildly deconstructive stage farce with Ole Olsen and Chic Johnson is still regarded as a classic in Europe, and it lives up to its reputation. more...
  • Hedlzapoppin'

    Rarely shown in the U.S. these days, this 1941 film of the wildly deconstructive stage farce with Ole Olsen and Chic Johnson is still regarded as a classic in Europe, and it lives up to its reputation. more...
  • Helsinki, Forever

    Peter von Bagh uses paintings, historical photos, and archival footage to contemplate the title city in this lovely and lyrical 2008 documentary. more...