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  • Far From Heaven

    Todd Haynes's best feature to date—a provocative companion piece to his underrated Safe (1995), which also starred Julianne Moore as a lost suburban housewife but is otherwise quite different. more...
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  • Far From the Madding Crowd
  • Far From the Madding Crowd (PG-13)

    "It is difficult for a woman to define her feelings in a language which is chiefly made by men to express theirs," declares Bathsheba Everdene, the young heroine of Thomas Hardy's novel Far From the Madding Crowd. more...
  • Far From Vietnam

    An "act of conscience" on the part of seven left-wing French filmmakers—Jean-Luc Godard, Alain Resnais, Ruy Guerra, Agnes Varda, Michele Ray, William Klein, and Chris Marker. more...
  • Far Side of the Moon

    Nostalgia for the Russian and American space programs haunts this richly melancholic comedy drama produced, written, directed by, and starring (in a dual role) Quebecois theater director turned filmmaker Robert Lepage (The Confessional, The Polygraph). more...
  • Farewell (NR)

    Christian Carion (Joyeux Noel) fashions an engrossing espionage drama from a forgotten but crucial episode of the Cold War: the 1983 spy case in which a Soviet intelligence officer leaked to the French government classified information on KGB activities in the West, ultimately emboldening President Reagan to propose his "Star Wars" missile defense shield. more...
  • A Farewell to Arms

    Surrealist film critic Ado Kyrou writes of this 1932 film that director Frank Borzage “changed the impersonal and distant tone of Hemingway's novel and imbued it with a passionate warmth.” That's an understatement—Borzage's passionate spirituality washes over this simple tale of a soldier (Gary Cooper) who deserts during World War I to be reunited with the woman he loves (Helen Hayes). more...
  • Fast & Furious 6 (PG-13)

    In this sixth installment of the action franchise, the auto-racing roughnecks (Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, Michelle Rodriguez) team up with a federal agent (Dwayne Johnson) to hunt down an international terrorist. more...
  • Fast Food Nation

    This angry and persuasive piece of agitprop by writer-director Richard Linklater (Before Sunrise, A Scanner Darkly) and writer Eric Schlosser, adapting the latter's nonfiction book of the same title, isn't simply an account of how shit gets into our hamburgers. more...
  • The Fast Runner (Atanarjuat)

    Based on an Inuit legend and made almost entirely by Inuit filmmakers, this totally absorbing 172-minute feature (2001), winner of the Camera d'Or at Cannes, is exciting not as ethnography but as storytelling, as drama, and as filmmaking. more...
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  • Faster (R)

    A former getaway driver (Dwayne Johnson) goes after the men responsible for the murder of his half brother, all the while dodging an unstable hit man (Oliver Jackson-Cohen) and a troubled cop (Billy Bob Thornton, channeling Harry Dean Stanton). more...
  • Fat City

    Stacy Keach is a down-and-out fighter trying for a comeback at the age of 29, and Jeff Bridges is a likable, simpleminded youngster on the way up. more...
  • Fata Morgana

    Cold, documentarylike images of the Sahara are used in a grotesque retelling of the story of creation in Werner Herzog's 1971 experimental feature. more...
  • Fatal Contact

    A clean-living martial arts champ (Wu Jing) rebuffs the mobsters who want to recruit him for high-stakes, no-rules prize bouts, but then a willowy street beauty (Miki Yeung) brings him around. more...