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Dutch Movie Review
In this little-known John Hughes comedy, Ed OíNeill is the crass, no-nonsense Al Bun-- I mean, Dutch Dooley. His new girlfriend has a son whoís been a bit too influenced by his snot-nosed father, and Dutch agrees to escort the boy home for Thanksgiving, not knowing the horrors that lie in wait...
Hector & The Search for Happiness Movie Review
Sometimes, life is predictable. Sometimes itís not. And sometimes itís the yearning, the search for happiness that makes us unhappy. Hectorís about to find this out for himself, but will he be able to return to the life he knew once he returns?
Hocus Pocus Movie Review
The year is 1693 The Sanderson sisters, having nothing better to do other than whatever people did back then, have decided to become witches. When theyíre caught and murdered, they vow in the form of a curse. it takes 300 years, but theyíre reincarnatedÖ in the 90s. Maybe they were better off dead.
Home Alone Movie Review
A movie that introduced John Hughes to the 1990s and its children, directed by a guy who would make his name known to a generation of children in the 2000s by directing the Harry Potter films, who also wrote The Goonies. But does the film encourage violence against hobos? Maybe.
Home Movie Review
Remember a movie a while ago with a silly alien and a girl that totally wasnít Lilo and Stitch? This was it. It wasnít bad. Hereís why.
Hot Fuzz Movie Review
Strap in for the most fun youíre ever going to have in the idyllic English countryside. Itís a cop movie thatís a love song to other cop movies, but also manages to be better than those it tries to glorify. Itís an absolute riot. But itís British, so itís a very formal riot.
Hotel Transylvania 2 Movie Review
How do you make a sequel about a hotel for monsters? Very simply: just take the film out of the hotel and add a baby... Hopefully itíll all work out.
Hotel Transylvania Movie Review
When Dracula opens up a hotel for his fellow monsters to escape the persecution of Stoker-esque villagers in the 1800s, itís paradise for he and his daughter for over a century. But when she develops a case of 100-year-old wanderlust, Drac ends up with monster-sized case of separation anxiety.
Housebound Movie Review
In the lightest sentencing for robbing an ATM ever, Kylie is under house arrest. Unfortunately, she finds herself arrested to the one she grew up in, home to her chatty but annoyingly positive mother, who believes the house is haunted. Kylie laughs it off, until she starts noticing things herself...
How the Grinch Stole Christmas Movie Review
This was a perfectly serviceable live-action tribute to the works of beloved childrenís author Dr. Seuss that started an idea. A terrible, awful idea: copy-and-paste, pop-culture laden ransackings of childhood memories. But we can at least sit here and enjoy its sire, which is actually entertaining.
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