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Current Rating: 3.79

Current Rating: 3.79

based on 1878 votes and 33 reviews

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  • 4 stars Josh Hartnett is the reason I became an actress.
  • I love You Bruce Greenwood.I van Ibolya in Hungary(Budapest) Hi! Ibolya
  • Everytime Harrison Ford does a bad film, he still has fans out there that love him no matter what. But Hollywood Homicide is such a bad plot you start to wonder why a holloywood heavyweight like Harrison Ford would ever do something like this. I like Josh Hartnett but I still couldn`t enjoy this movie.
  • It`s funny movie.
  • The only good part about this movie is when Harrison Ford stole the little girl`s bike.
  • I`ve seen it 3 times. Ford`s talent was perfect for this comedy. The bridge over the river scene between Hartnet and Knight`s son drew belly laughs from me. The beauty and comedy combined provided relief from the evil music business. The surprise of Smoky Robinson, Frank Sinatra Jr., Lou Diamond Phillips and Gladys Knight was a pleasure. There is true greatness in every one of them. Dwight Yoakam was brilliant as always & Bruce Greenwood riveting. This one is a favourite for me.
  • it was a cool movie.
  • It was alright but it was pretty corny as far as Ford movies go. I think the `aspiring young actor` bit however, kind of ruined the movie.
  • it rocks!
  • Harrison Ford and Josh Hartnett make a great TEAM! It`s this SUMMER`s RUSH HOUR, but not as FUNNY! Full of ACTION, FUN, and A BIT OF ROMANCE! VERY GOOD!!!

Hollywood Homicide

Genre:  Comedy
Release date:  June 13, 2003 | On DVD/VOD:  October 7, 2003

Current rating: Rating: 3.79
based on 1878 votes and 33 reviews
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Cast: Harrison Ford, Josh Hartnett, Lena Olin, Bruce Greenwood, Isaiah Washington, Lolita Davidovich, Keith David, Percy Miller, Dwight Yoakam, Martin Landau, Anthony Mackie, André Benjamin