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Friends with Benefits

A morally troubling film that falls short even on the base level on which it tries to work.

 
Friends with Kids

What starts off as depicting what happens to a group of friends once kids enter the picture seriously goes downhill in a hurry.

 
Friends With Money

When I watched Nicole Kidman's Oscar-winning turn in The Hours back in 2002, I'd officially witnessed the most vacant, depressing and seemingly never-ending flick for which I ever shelled out eight bucks. Now, minus the money spent for admission, I've seen a movie that doesn't rank far behind.

 
From Justin to Kelly

This isn't a musical that's as "hip" as "Grease" or as "cool" as the old beach party movies from the '60s but then again, this isn't your typical musical. This movie is really a perfect example of a new era of Hollywood capitalism and a brilliant marketing strategy.

 
From Up on Poppy Hill

This animated coming-of-age story is aimed more at adolescents than young children, and packs a surprising, emotional wallop.

 
Frost/Nixon

A fascinating moment in history comes to life in Ron Howard's Frost/Nixon, an adaptation of Peter Morgan's stage play. Starring Frank Langella as Richard Nixon and Michael Sheen as interviewer David Frost, the film stands out as a retelling of a landmark TV interview.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • December 05, 2008 |
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Frozen

Hans Christian Andersen's "The Snow Queen" comes to life in a retelling that will have families laughing and singing, and hearts melting.

  • Susan Ellingburg |
  • November 27, 2013 |
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Fruitvale Station

More than a timely drama about racial tension, but a spiritually potent story that portrays people looking toward a better life.

 
Full Frontal

Steven Soderbergh is known for his unique style and respected for his brilliant directing, but after seeing this film I had to ask myself, "What was he thinking?"

 
Fun Size

If you plan to view this Nickelodeon product with your kids, prepare to come away shell-shocked rather than satisfied.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • October 26, 2012 |
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Fun With Dick and Jane

With its scattershot approach, "Fun With Dick and Jane," Jim Carrey’s latest comedy, yields uneven and disappointing results. Surprisingly unfunny at times, the film is, at its best, mildly amusing, but its own sense of moral righteousness comes across as mean-spirited.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • December 21, 2005 |
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Funny People

Funny People, the latest Judd Apatow shock comedy, doesn’t have enough of a positive message to overcome its stream of bawdy stand-up comedy and profanity-laced script. Additionally, the film’s excessive length only magnifies its negative elements.

 
Furry Vengeance

Consider yourself warned: Furry Vengeance is truly the worst movie I've screened this year. And trust me, I've already reviewed some doozies (Tooth Fairy, Cop Out and The Bounty Hunter, for starters).

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