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  • Field of Dreams (PG)

    Well-made treacle (1989), adapted by writer-director Phil Alden Robinson from W.P. Kinsella's novel Shoeless Joe. more...
  • Figures in a Landscape

    Mismatched prisoners (Robert Shaw, Malcolm McDowell) try to escape across a hostile desert landscape with an ominous black helicopter in pursuit. more...
  • Fingers (R)

    Dauntingly personal filmmaking by James Toback, this 1978 feature is full of strange, suggestive ideas and deep feelings that are never made comprehensible for the audience. more...
  • Fish Out of Water

    Screened earlier this month as part of Reeling: The Chicago Lesbian & Gay International Film Festival, this documentary examines the controversy over homosexual marriage. more...
  • 500 Years Later

    Poet Amiri Baraka, activist Paul Robeson Jr., and Bishop Desmond Tutu are among the interviewees in this 2005 documentary about the African diaspora. more...
  • Five on the Black Hand Side

    This 1973 black comedy by African-American filmmaker Oscar Williams mixes elements from radio and TV sitcoms (Amos 'n Andy, Duffy's Tavern, Fibber McGee and Molly, One Man's Family, Father Knows Best, The Life of Riley, and Ozzie and Harriet), tosses in a dash of back-to-Africa filiopietism, and ends up looking so obviously derivative that you wonder why black artists of that era felt compelled to turn to white-oriented genres to find something funny. more...
  • Flight (R)

    Denzel Washington has fought like hell against the Sidney Poitier syndrome; for every movie in which he's played Mr. Noble (Antwone Fisher, The Great Debaters), there are more in which he’s played a heel (Philadelphia, Training Day, American Gangster). more...
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  • Flow: For Love of Water

    Director Irena Salina juggles a staggering amount of information in this smart advocacy documentary, an urgent call to protect the earth's freshwater supplies. more...
  • FM

    Embarrassing youth cult film, founded on the shaky premise that the staff of a “progressive” LA rock station have to fight their management for the right to play Olivia Newton-John. more...