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  • 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...
  • Family Plot (PG)

    Alfred Hitchcock's 53rd and final film (1976) was greeted with affectionate condescension by most American critics, but there's no reason to apologize for this small masterpiece, one of Hitchcock's most adventurous and expressive experiments in narrative form. more...
  • Fantastic Mr. Fox (PG)

    Tony hipster Wes Anderson (The Royal Tenenbaums) takes a left turn into stop-motion animation with this 2009 adaptation of the Roald Dahl children's book, and the result is an instant classic. more...
  • Fat City (PG)

    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...
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  • Fed Up (PG)

    Narrated by Katie Couric, this documentary about the childhood obesity crisis takes dead aim at the U.S. food and agricultural industries for their ruthless lobbying, disingenuous labeling, predatory advertising, and cynical disregard for the public health. more...
  • Field of Dreams (PG)

    Well-made treacle (1989), adapted by writer-director Phil Alden Robinson from W.P. Kinsella's novel Shoeless Joe. more...
  • Fill the Void (PG)

    An 18-year-old girl who longs to leave her cloistered Hasidic community gets bound to it even tighter when her older sister dies and relatives pressure her to marry her brother-in-law. more...
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  • Un Flic (PG)

    Despite a stellar cast (Alain Delon, Catherine Deneuve, Richard Crenna), this 1972 film, the last by the great noir stylist Jean-Pierre Melville, is a murky disappointment. more...
  • Flipped (PG)

    Based on a popular young-adult novel and brimming with all the angst and schmaltz you'd expect from such a source, this awkward coming-of-age drama does nothing to gild the legacy of middlebrow maestro Rob Reiner (The Bucket List, Stand By Me). more...