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  • Fair Game (PG-13)

    You'd have to go back to All the President's Men (1976) for a better example of fresh American political scandal being turned into slam-bang, star-powered drama. 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...
  • Farewell (NR)

    Christian Carion (Joyeux Noel) fashions an engrossing espionage drama from a forgotten but crucial episode of the Cold War: the 1983 spy case in which a Soviet intelligence officer leaked to the French government classified information on KGB activities in the West, ultimately emboldening President Reagan to propose his "Star Wars" missile defense shield. more...
  • 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 Five (PG-13)

    The fifth installment in the franchise that began with The Fast and the Furious (2001) pulls together veterans from the first four, headed by Vin Diesel as the car-crazy thief and Paul Walker as the lawman turned outlaw. 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...
  • Female Perversions (R)

    An adventurous and sometimes sexy (if only fitfully successful) 1996 adaptation of Louise Kaplan's celebrated nonfiction book, directed by Susan Streitfeld from a script she wrote with Julie Hebert. more...
  • Femme Fatale (R)

    Try to imagine a synthesis of every previous Brian De Palma film; you'll come up with something not very different from his first made-in-France movie (2002), a personal project for which he takes sole script credit. more...
  • La femme infidele

    Claude Chabrol's richly ironic 1969 melodrama, in which it is shown that nothing revitalizes a dried-up marriage quite like murder. more...