Miramax Films darlings Robert Rodriguez and screenwriter Kevin Williamson teamed up for a high-school alien-horror film that they described as The Breakfast Club meets Invasion of the Body Snatchers. Dilapidated Herrington High is the location for a story about a school faculty taken over by outer-s...
The Facts of Life(1960)
Two middle aged suburbanites(Bob Hope and Lucille Ball) bored with their spouses decide to have an affair.
A model named Barbara Hallen has disappeared and her father gets private detective Sam Morgan to go to Paris to find his daughter. Barbara's trail leads Morgan to a plastic surgery clinic owned by Dr. Flamand. Morgan's investigation reveals the horrifying secret behind the Doctor's miracle cures whi...
FBI Agent Sean Archer (John Travolta) manages, through the magic of technology, to assume the identity of the murderous Castor Troy (Nicolas Cage), in order to find out about his son's murder at Troy's hands. Needles to say, complications ensue.
The Fabulous World Of Jules Verne(1958)
This Czech movie, later dubbed into English, tells stories from the work of Jules Verne.
The Fabulous Baker Boys(1989)
Frank and Jack Baker are professional musicians who play small clubs. They play smaltzy music and have never needed a day job...
F/X2: The Deadly Art of Illusion(1991)
Rollie Tyler is asked by his girlfriend's ex-husband, a cop, to use his special-effects expertise to help catch a serial killer. However, when things go wrong and the cop is killed, he begins to suspect a setup and corruption within the police department. He calls on the help of his friend Leo McCar...
Special effects specialist Rollie Tyler (Bryan Brown) helps fake a death scene for a mob snitch, but ends up in trouble of his own.
F/X (also known as or subtitled Murder by Illusion) is a 1986 American action-thriller film about Rollie Tyler, an expert in the art of special effects (F/X) with a reputation built by his work on many low-budget hack-and-slash films such as I Dismember Mama. The Department of Justice hires him to s...
Fuck (styled as FUCK, F★CK, or F*CK; alternatively titled Fuck: A Documentary and The F-Bomb: A Documentary) is a 2005 documentary film by director Steve Anderson which argues that the word "fuck" is an integral part of societal discussions about freedom of speech and censorship. The film looks at t...