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  • The Face of Love
  • The Face of Love (PG-13)

    The first ten minutes of The Face of Love function as what might be called a statement of purposelessness, announcing exactly how and why the movie will be bad. more...
  • Faces Places
  • Faces Places

    In this French road movie, whose original title juxtaposes faces with villages, 89-year-old filmmaker Agnès Varda follows 33-year-old photographer and installation muralist JR across the countryside as he and his team photograph working people, enlarge these shots into monumental black-and-white likenesses, and paste them onto the sides of the buildings where the subjects live and work. more...
  • 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 Fall (R)

    Director Tarsem (The Cell) reworks the 1981 Bulgarian film Yo Ho Ho for this stylish fantasy, which premiered at the Toronto film festival in 2006 but was released only this year under the auspices of filmmakers David Fincher (Seven) and Spike Jonze (Adaptation). more...
  • Fame (PG)

    This slick remake of Alan Parker’s 1980 musical follows a diverse group of teens through four years at LaGuardia Arts, the famous performing arts high school in Manhattan. more...
  • The Family Fang (R)

    Adapted from Kevin Wilson's best-selling novel, this serrated comedy of monstrous parents and damaged children unfolds in the esoteric field of performance art, portrayed here as a sort of cultural bullying. more...
  • Family Portrait in Black and White

    At first this Canadian-produced documentary suggests a blandly uplifting human-interest story, introducing a Ukrainian woman who raises almost two dozen foster children of various races, but it soon expands to consider a number of tough issues, including pandemic racism in eastern Europe and the challenge of living strictly by one's moral convictions. more...
  • The Family (R)

    Looking and acting like he just rolled out of bed, Robert De Niro plays a former New York mafioso who under the witness protection program gets relocated to Normandy, France, along with his wife (Michelle Pfeiffer) and teenage kids. 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...