Hollywood Homicide

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"They're two cops with one shot at solving a murder... and surviving each other."
  • PG-13
  • 2003
  • 1 hr 56 min
  • 5.3  (38,904)
  • 47

Hollywood Homicide is an action-comedy movie released in 2003, directed by Ron Shelton and starring Harrison Ford, Josh Hartnett, and Isaiah Washington. The film takes the audience into the world of the Los Angeles Police Department's elite Robbery Homicide Division, responsible for solving the city's most high-profile cases. Joe Gavilan (Harrison Ford) and his partner K.C. Calden (Josh Hartnett) are two detectives working in this division whose lives intermingle in a complex and unpredictable way. Joe is a grizzled veteran cop who is also trying to be a real estate agent on the side to get more money to buy a yacht. K.C. is a younger cop who has a part-time job as a yoga instructor and is trying to become an actor.

The thrust of the story is the murder investigation of a group of young hip-hop musicians, while Joe and K.C. also try to survive being cops in a department that is becoming more and more political. Joe is also trying to sell a luxurious house to a wealthy couple while K.C. is trying to land a role in a movie. The two storylines intertwine, offering a glimpse into the fast-paced and often reckless lifestyle of Hollywood's celebrities.

The movie starts with the duo investigating the shooting of four musicians in a nightclub parking lot. They soon find themselves dealing with a complicated case involving a Russian mafia boss, a corrupt defense attorney, and an art dealer whose latest acquisition may be a forgery. As they work to solve the case, they navigate the superficial world of Hollywood's stars, agents, and powerbrokers.

Harrison Ford's character, Joe, is a veteran of the LAPD with a cynical outlook on life. He's constantly juggling his detective work with his other job as a real estate agent, trying to sell a home to a power couple that seems more interested in a potential orgy than in the house itself. Meanwhile, K.C. Calden, played by Josh Hartnett, is a young detective who wants to be an actor. He's offered a role in a movie but is hesitant to take it because he's worried that it will distract him from his work.

Throughout the film, the friendship between Joe and K.C. grows stronger as they rely on each other to get through their respective challenges. Joe helps K.C. prepare for his audition, and K.C. helps Joe navigate the world of Hollywood to sell the house.

The plot of Hollywood Homicide is complex, with multiple storylines that crisscross throughout the movie. The filmmakers use the murder investigation as a way to take the audience on a journey through the high-pressure world of the LAPD's Robbery Homicide Division, while also showing the opulence and excess of Hollywood's stars.

Overall, Hollywood Homicide is a fun and entertaining movie that blends action, comedy, and drama in a way that is satisfying without being too heavy. The strong performances of Harrison Ford and Josh Hartnett, along with a talented supporting cast, make the film engaging and memorable.

Hollywood Homicide is a 2003 action movie with a runtime of 1 hour and 56 minutes. It has received mostly poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 5.3 and a MetaScore of 47.

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  • Release Date
    2003
  • MPAA Rating
    PG-13
  • Runtime
    1 hr 56 min
  • Language
    English
  • IMDB Rating
    5.3  (38,904)
  • Metascore
    47