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Food, Inc.

Many squeamish moments aside, Food, Inc. is still a great example of informative, compelling filmmaking, aside from those occasional diversions into boring pie chart territory à la An Inconvenient Truth.

 
Fool's Gold

In Fool’s Gold, one might expect more of the comedy and chemistry Matthew McConaughey and Kate Hudson first had in How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days. But a hokey script has quickly washed away any hope of striking rom-com gold twice.

  • Christa Banister |
  • February 08, 2008 |
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Footloose (2011)

The remake of Footloose is still a born crowd-pleaser nearly 30 years later, especially when everybody’s dancing.

  • Christa Banister |
  • October 14, 2011 |
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For Greater Glory

A drama about the cost of fighting for religious freedom is a message worth proclaiming. But does that make for good cinema?

 
Forbidden Kingdom, The

The Forbidden Kingdom brings together for the first time ever, Jackie Chan and Jet Li. Despite a storyline that’s about 20 percent plot and 80 percent fighting, kung fu movies have proven to be hits in America, and this one should be no exception.

 
Fountain, The

What does it mean to have eternity set in our hearts? Is immortality possible? These are the questions explored by writer/director Darren Aronofsky in The Fountain, his latest ambitious, artistic, science-fiction production.

 
Four Brothers

“Four Brothers” is meant to leave the audience with a sense of “justice wins” or a “brothers who stick together can do anything” uplifting sort of feeling when it is over. But instead, this particular reviewer (who really likes action films) walked away from the theater feeling only jangled and uncomfortable.

 
Four Christmases

Four Christmases seems to have all the right ingredients to be fun, ‘tis-the-season escapist entertainment. Yet for all the effort the protagonists make to be likeable and the carefully-staged gags, the movie still falls horribly flat.

  • Christa Banister |
  • November 26, 2008 |
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Four Feathers, The

A movie with many levels, The Four Feathers deals with friendships, loyalty, and love relationships. But going even deeper, it addresses man's faith, his will to survive, and his trust in God.

 
Fracture

Fracture gives Anthony Hopkins his juiciest role in years. Although lagging for stretches, the movie is worth seeing for its portrayal of villainy and the cat-and-mouse legal game that will keep viewers guessing until the final moments of the film.

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Frances Ha

Just as reflective about universal emotional experiences as director Baumbach's previous work, but positively jubilant in comparison.

 
Frank

Plays like an inside joke, offering moments of diversion and offbeat humor but never amounting to anything more than a curiosity.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • August 22, 2014 |
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Frankenweenie

Creative and visually inspired at times, but thematically a dark film that may frighten younger viewers unaccustomed to dealing with loss.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • October 05, 2012 |
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Freakonomics

Unlike many documentaries, Freakonomics is not dry or academic. The multiple directors, each of whom was assigned different segments of the film, often handle the material with humorous scripting and entertaining re-enactments of true-life events.

 
Freaky Friday

This is a great movie for parents to see with their kids because both sides will be reminded about what it takes to walk in the other person's shoes for a while. Lindsay Lohan does an impressive job of trying to act mature beyond her years and Jamie Lee Curtis' character had to be the most fun to play in her career.

 
Fred Claus

When I first heard about Vince Vaughn trying to pull off a family-friendly scenario, my suspicions were on high alert. Especially when I heard that Fred Claus was directed by the same guy who did the raunchy, R-rated Wedding Crashers a couple of years ago.

  • Christa Banister |
  • November 09, 2007 |
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Free Birds

I was expecting Chicken Run with a Thanksgiving twist. Instead, I got a mean-spirited tale that left a bad aftertaste.

  • Susan Ellingburg |
  • November 04, 2013 |
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Freedom Writers

Although it doesn't reach the peaks of last year's Akeelah and the Bee in its acting, and goes a bit too far in its sermonizing, Freedom Writers is a fine, uplifting tale of an idealistic woman and the hope she instills in her students.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • January 05, 2007 |
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Freedomland

Its everything 2005’s Crash wanted to be but wasn't. Crackling with racial tension, suspense and two dynamite lead performances, this 113-minute book adaptation delivers on-the-money drama.

 
Friday Night Lights

The best thing about “Friday Night Lights” is neither the story, the direction nor the acting, as great as all these are. It’s the film’s message, which portrays in no uncertain terms both the seduction and the fleeting nature of football fame.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • October 08, 2004 |
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