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  • Halloween
  • Halloween (R)

    The 2018 version of Halloween asks some interesting questions, mostly about why we think we can learn something from men who commit heinous acts. more...
  • The Happy Prince
  • The Happy Prince (R)

    Rupert Everett has long studied Oscar Wilde, having portrayed the Irish literary genius onstage in David Hare's The Judas Kiss, and starred in screen adaptations of Wilde's An Ideal Husband and The Importance of Being Earnest—excellent preparation for this striking biopic, which is also his ambitious debut as screenwriter-director. more...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Henry's Crime (R)

    In this genial screwball comedy a depressed working stiff (Keanu Reeves) gets suckered into driving a getaway car for some bank robbers, then takes the rap for their bungled job. more...
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  • Hero (R)

    On the eve of China's first dynasty, a mysterious man (Jet Li) explains to a warlord how he eliminated three assassins, but his story keeps changing as the warlord questions him; each version of the events is signified visually by a dominant color. more...
  • The Hero
  • The Hero (R)

    Who else but Sam Elliott, the cinema's last surviving cowboy, could have pulled off this soapy tale about an elderly western star silently wrestling with a grim cancer diagnosis? more...
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