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  • 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...
  • Fireflies in the Garden (R)

    This histrionic family drama must have looked good on paper to attract such a big-name cast, but on the screen it comes off as glib, rushed, and underdeveloped. more...
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  • A Fish Called Wanda (R)

    Charles Crichton, the veteran British director who made his biggest mark with The Lavender Hill Mob in 1950, teams up with actor, writer, and executive producer John Cleese in another madcap caper comedy (1988) that's every bit as funny as its predecessor. more...
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  • A Fish Called Wanda (R)

    Charles Crichton, the veteran British director who made his biggest mark with The Lavender Hill Mob in 1950, teams up with actor, writer, and executive producer John Cleese in another madcap caper comedy (1988) that's every bit as funny as its predecessor. more...
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  • 5 Days of War (R)

    Well after his star has faded, Renny Harlin (Cliffhanger) continues to demonstrate the talents that made him a successful action director in the early 90s: his violent set pieces speed forward with sleek momentum and his sadistic imagination can make for some vividly exaggerated bad guys. more...
  • Five Easy Pieces (R)

    Bob Rafelson's 1970 film bridges the self-indulgence of the 60s youth cinema and the deflated naturalism of the 70s. more...
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  • The Five Heartbeats (R)

    Four years after his hilarious satire Hollywood Shuffle, writer-director-actor Robert Townsend gave us this impossibly ambitious 1991 movie following a fictional African-American R & B singing group (Townsend, Michael Wright, Leon, Harry J. Lennix, and Tico Wells) from 1965 to the 90s, scripted with Keenen Ivory Wayans (I'm Gonna Git You Sucka). more...
  • The Five Venoms (R)

    Hong Kong's Shaw Brothers studio produced this 1978 kung fu classic, which is distinguished by its labyrinthine plot. 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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