Hollywood Homicide

Theatrical Release: June 13, 2003
Hollywood Homicide
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Synopsis

In this action comedy, aging homicide detective Joe Gavilian (Harrison Ford) and his very young partner KC Calden (Josh Hartnett) are called to investigate the homicide of four rappers at a hip-hop nightclub. They discover the motive behind the shooting is that the band was seeking to break its contract with their recording label. Both Joe and KC have other jobs besides police work. Also a realtor, Joe talks on his cell phone to real-estate clients while chasing suspects. KC is a yoga instructor who teaches a class to about 20 attractive women, and he also has acting aspirations.

Dove Review

Ford and Hartnett do not have great chemistry together, and the film’s humor is weak, at best. Hollywood Homicide is not a film that Dove can recommend due to violence, a casual treatment of premarital sex, a few racial slurs, and some rough language.

Content Description

Info

Company: Columbia Tri-Star Pictures
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 111 min.
Industry Rating: PG-13
Reviewer: Movie Morality Ministries - Alan Boyer