Hollywood Homicide

Hollywood Homicide

Director: Ron Shelton Cast: Harrison Ford, Josh Hartnett, Lena Olin
3.2 5

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Hollywood Homicide 3.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
goodgirl2 More than 1 year ago
I liked it.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I've never seen such an awful Harrison Ford movie. The whole plot and screenplay was boring, dull, and disconnected. He did a lot of mumbling - I guess we should've kept the kids awake with the volume, to be able to make out all his asides. His character wasn't even well-developed - although, that's more the fault of the screenwriter & director than his own. Regardless, it's a movie you could easily sleep through. Ford's junior partner was supposedly a ladies' man - but couldn't pull the role off to save his life. Halfway through the movie we saw him teaching a class that did not 'fit' with him, not to mention it didn't flow with the story at ALL. There's a car chase - which, other than the pathetic opening bloody scene, is the most intense part of the whole movie. Don't waste your time or money on this one!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I'm not a big Harrison Ford fan, but I was impressed by this one. The chemistry between Hartnett and Ford was amazing. The only thing that stops this movie from getting 5 stars is the realism. The scene I'm talking about in particular is the chase scene. Overall it's a good movie. I definitely recommend it.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
I saw this movie and left the theater knowing I'd see it again and purchase a copy! It's fun, clever, and requires no intense concentration to enjoy. Anyone who's ever sold real estate, will absolutely laugh-aloud at the negotiations to clinch that final sale. And there are great similarities between Harrison Ford's moonlighting character here and in 'Six Days Seven Nights'. I've heard interviews where Ford talks about the plumbing and carpentry jobs he worked before getting his break in 'Star Wars'. This moonlighting character knows that same struggle to break even and finally get ahead, and gives us both laughs and action along the way.