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  • Fading Gigolo
  • Fading Gigolo (R)

    John Turturro continues to explore the strange territory he began mapping out in his earlier directorial effort Romance & Cigarettes (2005), combining an affectionate view of New York ethnic enclaves, vaudeville-style humor, and frank discussions of sexuality. more...
  • The Fairy (NR)

    Physical comedy is so rare in movies now that a team like Bruno Romy, Fiona Gordon, and Dominique Abel is something to be treasured—their Belgian features (L'Iceberg, Rumba) teem with deft slapstick and clever sight gags, skillfully directed and often gut-laugh funny. more...
  • Fan (NR)

    A young man's worship of a movie actor turns dangerously obsessive when his plan to meet the star doesn't go according to plan. more...
  • Fancypants (NR)

    Chicagoan Joshua Russell wrote and directed this story about a professional wrestler on the wane. more...
  • Fast Times at Ridgemont High (R)

    This 1982 first feature by Amy Heckerling (Clueless), based on Cameron Crowe's nonfiction book about teenagers at a southern California high school in the 70s, was never all it was cracked up to be. more...
  • Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (R)

    Hunter S. Thompson's 1971 account of taking drugs and behaving like an asshole in Las Vegas yields a singularly unpleasant 1998 feature from writer-director Terry Gilliam, though one with a lot of creativity and a scuzzy integrity of its own. more...
  • Female Trouble (NC-17)

    This 1975 feature is the best John Waters movie prior to Hairspray and his ultimate concerto for the 300-pound transvestite Divine, whose character will do literally anything—including commit mass murder—to become famous. more...
  • 50/50 (R)

    Young people battling cancer aren't exactly a staple of movie comedy, but this nervy project from director Jonathan Levine (The Wackness) mines a remarkable number of laughs from the situation. more...
  • 50/50 (R)

    Young people battling cancer aren't exactly a staple of movie comedy, but this nervy project from director Jonathan Levine (The Wackness) mines a remarkable number of laughs from the situation. more...
  • The First Beautiful Thing (NR)

    The protagonist of this 2010 Italian drama is a failed writer whose depression and fear of intimacy escalate after he's called back to his hometown to care for his dying mother. more...
  • Florence Foster Jenkins
  • Florence Foster Jenkins (PG-13)

    The story of Florence Foster Jenkins, a New York socialite who became known as the world's worst soprano, has been told many times before—and beautifully, in the French drama Marguerite (2015)—but this is the version that will stick, because it stars Meryl Streep. more...
  • Footnote (PG)

    Israel entered this 2011 family drama in the Academy Awards, and one might twit the movie's safe, middlebrow, apolitical story if the domestic nominees weren't also generally safe, middlebrow, and apolitical. more...
  • Forrest Gump: The IMAX Experience (PG-13)

    Robert Zemeckis, a director known more for brittle, antihumanistic comedy (Used Cars, Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Death Becomes Her) than heartwarming sentiment, moved into Oscar territory with this accomplished tear-jerking 1994 comedy about a slow-witted southerner (Tom Hanks) living through an alternately auspicious and absurdist half century of American history. more...
  • Foxes (R)

    Adrian Lyne (Flashdance, Fatal Attraction) made his directing debut with this 1980 drama about teenage girls in the San Fernando Valley. more...