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  • 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...
  • 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...
  • The 15:17 to Paris
  • The 15:17 to Paris (PG-13)

    I never expected to be reminded of French master Eric Rohmer while watching a film by Clint Eastwood, but The 15:17 to Paris shows that the 87-year-old director is still capable of surprises. more...
  • The Fifth Estate (R)

    The rise of WikiLeaks, including its controversial publication of more than a quarter million U.S. diplomatic cables in 2010, makes for a polished and engrossing Hollywood thriller, smartly scripted by West Wing veteran Josh Singer. more...
  • Fifty Shades Darker
  • Fifty Shades Darker (R)

    The title suggests a more extreme follow-up to the soft-core Fifty Shades of Grey (2015), but if anything, this ersatz-noir sequel from James Foley is more laughable than Sam Taylor-Johnson's gauzy original. more...
  • Flatliners
  • Flatliners (PG-13)

    In this remake of the 1990 film, five medical students stop their hearts to investigate near-death experience but unleash buried fears and traumas. more...
  • The Foreigner
  • The Foreigner (R)

    A London restaurateur (Jackie Chan) loses his daughter to a terror attack staged by a group called the "authentic IRA," then taps his long dormant skills as a special operations soldier to face off against a cagey former Sinn Fein leader (Pierce Brosnan) with a lot at stake in his current government post. more...
  • 47 Meters Down
  • 47 Meters Down (PG-13)

    The only thing this so-called thriller has going for it is widescreen cinematography by Mark Silk, a pro with more than two dozen film and TV credits in marine work; he conveys the vastness and terrors of the sea far better than Johannes Roberts and Ernest Riera do with their preposterous screenplay. more...