Hi, Mom!
Hi, Mom! (1970)

Jon Rubin (Robert De Niro) id the former Viet Nam veteran who aspired to become a high class pornographer. He sets up in a seedy apartment across from the offices of Joe Banner (Allen Garfield) to impress the erotic filmmmaker with his… More

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Rated: R
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Release Date: December 7, 2004
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Critic Score: 78% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Dennis Schwartz
Ozus' World Movie Reviews

Now considered valued mostly as a relic.

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Jeffrey M. Anderson
Combustible Celluloid

Wasn't quite as controversial as its X-rated predecessor, Greetings (1968), but it still has a bite, even today.

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Fernando F. Croce
CinePassion

Brian De Palma's joke, in its manifold aspects, roasts the counterculture's naļveté regarding cinema as "truth 24 frames per second"

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Christopher Null
Filmcritic.com

comes across as one big joke

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Emanuel Levy
EmanuelLevy.Com

Sort of a sequel to De Palma's Greetings: De Niro plays a Vietnam vet who attempts to pursue a "Peeping Tom" art career with a new kind of porn film.

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Eric Henderson
Slant Magazine

The most Hitchcockian riff that De Palma ever examined is the capacity for the human psyche to harbor intense, complicated divergence.

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Flixster Audience Score: 57% Flixster User Reviews
AJ Verser
This movie is more of a documentary about radical New York film and theatre groups in 1970. It's really uneven and all over the place, and the end… More
Pierluigi Puccini
Before turning into a suspense auteur, Brian DePalma directed this subversive little film, heavily inspired by the vanguardist french nouvelle vague. A sequel… More
Lady D'arbanville
My guess is it's a 'you'll get it or you won't' kind of movie. Personally I found it a pleasantly surprising quirky film and the title… More
Stephen M
"Greetings" was good but the sequel "Hi, Mom!" is astonishing, easily the best of Brian De Palma's early comedies and still one of the… More
Conner Rainwater
Continuing the hilarious scenario fro Greetings, this is an even better film with a lot more direction and better acting. Robert De Niro continues to dominate… More
Adam Mahler
DePalma never came closer to Godard, and DeNiro has never been funnier