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  • Hampstead
  • Hampstead

    Romantic comedies with leads over the age of 50 owe much to Diane Keaton’s later life commitment to the genre; she has starred in about half of them released stateside. more...
  • The Handmaiden
  • The Handmaiden (NR)

    Nightmare monger Chan-wook Park (Oldboy, Lady Vengeance) skillfully transplants the Sarah Waters novel Fingersmith, about Victorian grifters preying on the aristocracy, to his native South Korea during the Japanese occupation. more...
  • Happiest Season
  • Happiest Season

    Happiest Season, director and cowriter Clea DuVall’s semi-autobiographical film, is the latest installment in the holiday romantic comedy catalogue. more...
  • Happy New Year Tijuana

    Andrew van Baal's Mexican/US comedy drama is about a university professor stranded in Tijuana on Mexico's New Year's Eve, whee encounters with a former student and various locals shake up the reserved man's life. 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...
  • Heartbeats

    All lipstick and no kiss, this romantic drama by French Canadian filmmaker Xavier Dolan is filled with candy-colored, cello-scored studies of the beautiful young characters and their 1950s fashions. more...
  • Hello I Must Be Going (R)

    Distraught over her recent divorce, a layabout in her mid-30s (Melanie Lynskey) seeks refuge in the suburban Connecticut home of her wealthy parents (Blythe Danner and John Rubinstein), only to find that no one is interested in her problems. more...
  • Her
  • Her (R)

    As a grammarian, I commend Spike Jonze for using the objective case to name his comedy Her, because this futuristic tale, about a man who falls in love with his computer's artificially intelligent operating system, is preoccupied with the old subject-object relationship. more...
  • A Hidden Life
  • A Hidden Life (PG-13)

    Set in Austria in 1939, A Hidden Life portrays the story of peasant farmer Franz Jägerstätter in the small mountain village of St. Radegund along with his wife Fani and their three small children. more...
  • High Fidelity (R)

    If you can put up with all the archness and self-consciousness—there's quite a bit of both—this is an enjoyable romantic comedy (2000) about a pop music junkie (John Cusack) in Wicker Park who runs an old-fashioned record store and can't seem to sustain a long-term relationship. more...
  • Hobson's Choice

    Charles Laughton's swaggering performance as a tyrannical boot maker—sort of a domestic Captain Bligh—is the best reason to see this 1954 Victorian comedy; he refuses to let his three daughters marry, because he'll lose the free labor in his shop, but the eldest (Brenda de Banzie) becomes secretly engaged to the chief assistant (John Mills) and begins to plot her revenge. more...