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Hijinks and Hobgobble (1984). * D: Sylvester Stallone. Cast: John Travolta, Angie Dickinson. Another attempt to rehash the success of "Saturday Night Fever" features Travolta and Dickinson as dance stars/bank robbers who hustle all sorts of ways. R, c, 92 minutes. jh. [direct link]

Holier Than Thou (1991). ** D: Francis Ford Coppola. Cast: Eric Idle, Billy Connolly. Idle and Connolly star as inept burglars-turned-missionaries in this madcap romp through the Heart of Darkness. Coppola directs what is hopefully self-parody. The writing is terrible, but it's made slightly funnier by virtue of the fact that the stars are British. PG-13, c, 100 minutes. le. [direct link]

How Little Bo Peep Got Her Groove Back (1997). ** D: Robert Townsend with animation by Nick Park. Cast: Tyra Banks, Bjork. A madcap romp through the green hills of New Zealand reminiscient of the blaxploitation films of the '70s, this film straddles the line between satire and farce. Park's sheep never disappoint. R, c, 94 minutes. le. [direct link]

Howliday Inn (1988). **** D: Chuck Jones. Cast: Voices of Tom Bosley, David Hayward, Jack Burns. Animated version of children's classic tale by James Howe. G, c, 75 minutes. fd. [direct link]

Hungry Hungry Hobos (1965). ** D: Coleman Francis. Cast: Paul Newman, Brian Keith, Steve McQueen. Can three homeless Aryans find a nice woman with plenty of food? Guess. G, c, 96 minutes. jh. [direct link]

Hyperbole (1997). * D: Alanis Morrisette. Cast: Alanis Morrisette. Just as she did in her song "Ironic," Alanis confuses literary terms. Here she launches into an extended discussion about superlatives, but insists on claiming she's being "hyperbolic." Famous in some cliques for nude scene to demonstrate "most nude." R, c, 88 minutes. jh. [direct link]

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