I was able to catch a sneak of Hollywood Homicide. Not bad as buddy cop movies go, and certainly better than those we've been subjected to recently (such as Showtime and National Security). Both Harrison Ford and Josh Hartnett give a lot of effort to make this work. Both of the characters have comedic elements, which was good as I was worried Harrison Ford would only be the straight man. Harnett's actor angle didn't go off badly and Ford's real estate gag also worked. The weakest part is, predictably, the plot. Its remarkably silly even for this kind of film and certainly couldn't hold my attention. Luckily they didn't dwell on it too much, but it did weaken the film. And for once, the buddy cop partners don't punch each other (although most every other cliche is present). Also of note, I found this to be a very "strong" PG-13 movie, based on some bloody violence, sex, and a fair amount of cursing. All in all, it isn't a bad way to enjoy two hours. I'd give it out of four.