Hollywood Homicide


Hollywood Homicide

Critics Consensus

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



Total Count: 161


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User Ratings: 49,601
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Veteran detective Joe Gavilan, a weary but tenacious police veteran at the top of his game professionally, though his personal life is rapidly unraveling. His partner, K.C. Calden, seems to be more interested in his side jobs as a yoga teacher and aspiring actor than in the high-profile gangland-style murder they are currently investigating. Welcome to the land of blue skies, palm trees and dead bodies.

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Harrison Ford
as Joe Gavilan
Josh Hartnett
as K.C. Calden
Bruce Greenwood
as Lt. Bennie Macko
Isaiah Washington
as Antoine Sartain
Lolita Davidovich
as Cleo Ricard
Master P
as Julius Armas
Dwight Yoakam
as Leroy Wasley
Martin Landau
as Jerry Duran
Gladys Knight
as Olivia Robidoux
Meredith Scott Lynn
as I.A. Detective Jackson
Tom Todoroff
as I.A. Detective Zino
James MacDonald
as Danny Broome
as K-Ro
André Benjamin
as Silk Brown
Alan Dale
as Commander Preston
Clyde Kusatsu
as Coroner Chung
Eric Idle
as Celebrity
Frank Sinatra Jr.
as Marty Wheeler
Johnny Grant
as Himself
Shawn Woods
as Killer `Z'
Anthony Mackie
as Killer `Joker'
as H2OKlick
Ronald DeVoe
as Rico Jackson
as H2OKlick
as H2OKlick
as H2OKlick
Michael Bentt
as Club Security Guard
Giovanni Guichard
as Club Security Guard
Shalena Hughes
as Club Girl
Eloy Casados
as Det. Eddie Cruz
Gregg L. Daniel
as Det. Mando Lopez
Jamison Jones
as Det. Bobby Riley
as H2OKlick
Darrell Foster
as Officer King
Christopher Wiehl
as Cheeseburger Cop
Ramon Muniz
as Station Cop
Dennis Burkley
as Hank the Bartender
Slade Barnett
as Bolt Cutter Cop
as Handcuffed Prisoner
Johnny Sneed
as Arresting Officer
Joe Wandell
as Arresting Officer
Arina Gasanova
as Cleo's Girl
Ragan Wallake
as Hot Tub Brunette
Blake Gibbons
as Repo Guy
Valarie Rae Miller
as Sartain Receptionist
Regina Russell
as Sartain Receptionist
Kevin Law
as Himself
K.D. Aubert
as Shauntelle/Streetcar Blanche
Sonia Iris Lozada
as Duran's Housekeeper
Shea Elmore
as Yoga Girl
Luis Avalos
as Det. Willie Palmero
Rudi Frenner
as Autopsy Pathologist
Gretchen Becker
as Venice Nanny
Frankie Jay Allison
as Corrections Officer Meyers
Vincent Laresca
as Corrections Officer Rodriguez
Gregg Donovan
as Beverly Hills Ambassador
Jimmy Jean-Louis
as Gianfranco Ferré Clerk
Brian Larkins
as Beverly Hills Valet
John David Heffron
as Van Family Dad
Kelly Lynn Warren
as Van Family Mom
Jennette McCurdy
as Van Family Daughter
Paul Butcher
as Van Family Son
Leroy Michaux
as S.U.V. Guy
Katie Boggs
as Little Girl On Bike
May Boss
as Taxi Lady
Lauren Sanchez
as Chopper Newscaster
Jennifer York
as Chopper Newscaster
Elvira Jimenez
as Chopper Newscaster
Steve Stafford
as Police Chopper Pilot
Tara Tovarek
as Woman In Elevator
Stephen Stafford
as Police Chopper Pilot
Joan Farrell
as Woman In Elevator
Lisa Arning
as Woman In Elevator
Ali Elk
as Woman In Elevator
Chris Ufland
as Talent Agent
Freddy Lewis
as Rooftop Cop Boudreau
Michael Merrins
as Rooftop Cop Peterson
Brad Tiemann
as Dumpster Cop
Gregg Miller
as Sgt. Kelly
TJ Deline
as Sgt. Davis
James E. Henderson
as Playgoer Critic
Manny Suarez
as Streetcar Pablo
Kathi Copeland
as Streetcar Eunice
Steve Haase
as Streetcar Mitch
Sarah Scivier
as Streetcar Stella
Will McFadden
as Streetcar Steve
JD Ryznar
as Concerned Man on Street
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Audience Reviews for Hollywood Homicide

  • 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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