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  • Face/Off (R)

    John Travolta, a high-ranking FBI official, and Nicolas Cage, a trendily oversexed supercriminal, pull the old identity swap with a certain amount of aplomb, but there's no mystery in Mike Werb and Michael Colleary's script about who will prevail in the final confrontation—you don't even wonder how good will triumph over evil. 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...
  • 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 Weekend (R)

    After her parents miss her jump rope competition, a 16-year-old girls takes her parents hostage for a weekend. 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...
  • Farewell, My Queen (R)

    Director Benoit Jacquot (A Single Girl) imagines the early days of the French Revolution as they may have appeared from inside Versailles, centering on the relationship between Marie Antoinette (Diane Kruger) and one of her favorite servants (Lea Seydoux). more...
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  • Fargo (R)

    Set mainly in the Coen brothers' native Minnesota and harking back to the sordid themes of their first feature (Blood Simple), this 1996 crime story may be their best picture to date, but if you have the same problems with their movies as I do Fargo won't brush them all away. 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...
  • Faster (R)

    A former getaway driver (Dwayne Johnson) goes after the men responsible for the murder of his half brother, all the while dodging an unstable hit man (Oliver Jackson-Cohen) and a troubled cop (Billy Bob Thornton, channeling Harry Dean Stanton). more...
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    Fat Kid Rules the World (R)

    Based on K.L. Going's young adult novel, this Seattle-set feature charts the friendship between a sullen high school outcast (Jacob Wysocki, playing a variation on his character in Azazel Jacobs's Terri) and the punk rocker who recruits him, as a gag, to play drums in a band. more...
  • Fatal Attraction (R)

    A profoundly uninteresting married yuppie lawyer (Michael Douglas) has a weekend affair with a profoundly uninteresting unmarried yuppie book editor (Glenn Close), who proves to be insane and makes his life a living hell. 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...
  • Fearless Fighters (R)

    The Fearless Fighters battle the Eagle Claw Fighting Clan in this Taiwanese martial arts actioner (1971). more...