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  • The Flowers of War (R)

    This historical drama by Chinese director Zhang Yimou may not stack up to his magisterial actioner House of Flying Daggers (2004), but it's more focused and deeply felt than his last three U.S. releases (Riding Alone for Thousands of Miles, Curse of the Golden Flower, and A Woman, a Gun and a Noodle Shop). more...
  • Focus
  • Focus (R)

    A seasoned con man (Will Smith) takes a novice (Margot Robbie) under his wing and between the sheets, but their romantic/criminal relationship goes south after a big score in New Orleans, and they meet in Buenos Aires three years later as adversaries. more...
  • The Fog (R)

    John Carpenter's 1980 follow-up to Halloween is a ghost story with overtones of Hitchcock (The Birds) and Hawks (The Thing). more...
  • For a Few Dollars More (R)

    Sergio Leone followed up his international hit A Fistful of Dollars with this 1965 spaghetti western, continuing a trilogy that would end the following year with The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly. more...
  • For a Good Time, Call . . . (R)

    Jamie Travis, known for his melancholic short films about childhood and disillusionment, makes his feature directing debut with a mindless sex comedy about two 20-something New Yorkers (Ari Graynor and Lauren Miller) who start their own phone sex line to help pay their rent. more...
  • For Colored Girls (R)

    Tyler Perry is occasionally undone by his penchant for melodrama, but it serves him well in this searing adaptation of Ntozake Shange's landmark 1974 play For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf. more...
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  • For Greater Glory (R)

    As generic as the title, this historical drama spares no cliche in depicting Mexico's Cristero War of the late 1920s: the tight-knit family divided by politics, the sensitive priest urging children to fight for their beliefs, the hard-ass general on horseback exhorting his troops. more...
  • For No Good Reason
  • For No Good Reason (R)

    British artist Ralph Steadman became synonymous with gonzo journalist Hunter S. Thompson in the 1970s, illustrating his classic Rolling Stone pieces and the Fear and Loathing books that came out of them. more...
  • Force Majeure (R)

    If Michael Haneke were recruited to direct an American sitcom pilot, the results might look something like this Swedish feature, about an upper-middle-class family vacationing unhappily in the French Alps. more...
  • Forgetting Sarah Marshall (R)

    In the comedy empire of producer Judd Apatow (The 40-Year-Old Virgin, Knocked Up), many of the breaks have gone to people who toughed it out on his unsuccessful TV series Undeclared and Freaks and Geeks: Seth Rogen, who played one of the stoners on the latter show, has become Apatow's lieutenant and most interesting find, and now Jason Segel, who played another of them, scripted and stars in this solidly funny romantic comedy. more...
  • 45 Years
  • 45 Years (R)

    Kate and Geoff Mercer (Charlotte Rampling and Tom Courtenay) have spent most of their lives together; having weathered their share of adversity, including Geoff's heart attack a few years back, these retired spouses aren't easily fazed. more...
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  • Four Boxes (R)

    Two liquidators (Justin Kirk and Sam Rosen) who auction off the effects of people who've died intestate take charge of an under-furnished McMansion, and as they're cleaning the place they discover a creepy webcam site that seems to be surveiling an oblivious Islamic terrorist as he builds a bomb. more...
  • Four Lions (R)

    Islamic jihadists plot to blow themselves up in the middle of the London marathon, but they're such bunglers that the only real question is whether they'll manage to take any infidels with them. more...