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  • Hairspray (PG)

    John Waters's 1988 musical comedy set in 1962 Baltimore represented a good many firsts for the celebrated underground “bad taste” writer-director-producer: his biggest budget, his first period foray, his first PG-rated movie, and his first real brush with politics—the issue of integrating a local TV dance show in Baltimore during the height of the civil rights movement. more...
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  • Hairspray (PG)

    Adam Shankman's movie version of the Broadway hit—itself based on John Waters's 1988 film—satirizes prejudice about race, class, and physical appearance in 1962 Baltimore. more...
  • Hidden Figures
  • Hidden Figures (PG)

    A distaff counterpart to The Right Stuff (1983), this exuberant, inspiring drama tells the fact-based story of three black women who strove for upward mobility—both professional and atmospheric—as NASA mathematicians during the JFK era. more...
  • Hotel for Dogs (PG)

    A bright, funny family movie (2009) that gets everything right, from story to production design to cast (both human and canine). more...
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  • 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...
  • Hugo 3D (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...