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Hollywood Homicide suffers from too many subplots and not enough laughs. Read critic reviews

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After music mogul Antoine Sartain's (Isaiah Washington) rappers are murdered, Sgt. Joe Gavilan (Harrison Ford) and police Detective K.C. Calden (Josh Hartnett) start to investigate. Initially distracted -- Joe by his real estate transactions, K.C. by his acting aspirations -- the partners pull together when internal affairs officer Bennie Macko (Bruce Greenwood) starts hounding Joe. The two men prove skilled at police work, but they'll also need help from Joe's psychic gal pal (Lena Olin).

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  • May 28, 2011
    entertaining action comedy that's action packed with same old comedy action formula, at times. B-
    Juan C Super Reviewer
  • Feb 09, 2011
    Well I don't know what to say here... I didn't turn off the movie and ended up watching it to the end... so that's saying something. The plot wasn't all that interesting but it was funny enough to keep with it. I wouldn't see it again or recommend it... in one word: forgettable.
    Dannielle A Super Reviewer
  • Jun 08, 2010
    Showtime may not have a great selection of movies, is what I'm finding out.
    James A Super Reviewer
  • May 12, 2010
    Harrison Ford plays a cop who is greatly in debt and also holds a job as a real estate desperately trying to sell a house and turn a quick profit. He is also being investigated by internal affairs for spending more than he earns lol. His rookie partner Josh Hartnett plays a yoga teacher and a ladies' man who wants to get out of the business and become an actor. They investigate a crime where they try to find the mastermind behind a number of hits on some rappers. Ford and Hartnett have a genuine connection that works and this is one funny movie that makes fun of buddy comedies, of car chases, and of Hollywood in general, by showing you just how ridiculous it really is.
    Deb S Super Reviewer

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