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June 17, 2003

Hollywood Homicide

While my parents were visiting, we went to seeHollywood Homicide with them. I enjoyed this offbeat little cop buddy flick. I think many people had too high of expectations for it, being a ‘big’ summer movie, but I found the movie funny and the characters charming.

From the previews, I thought the two leads, Harrison Ford and Josh Hartnett, were going to be stuck together against their will with Ford’s character forced to deal with a rookie cop. Instead, they were just two guys that had been working together for a while, who have some funny things happen in the course of working a homicide investigation. In particular there is one chase seen in a waterside neighborhood that I found particularly amusing. I also enjoyed the fact that each of the characters was confronted by the need to balance their professional lives with the rest of the things going on in their life.

Don’t get me wrong. This isn’t a great movie, but I found it pleasant enough not to regret going to see it. On my scale of 1-100, I rate it a 75.

For a complete list of my ratings go to Mike's Movie Ratings .

Posted by tmichael at June 17, 2003 10:43 PM