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(D) Fascination

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MPAA Rating:     Audience: Mature High Schooler
Lust. Betrayal. Revenge. Greed. Murder. Somehow, all of these things become dull in the preposterous and yet decidedly un-fascinating "Fascination," a movie that plays as though the script was bei...

(D) The Fast and the Furious

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I don’t ask for much from summer popcorn movies. Give me some car chases and explosions, some romance, and a nasty villain who meets a nastier end, and I’m happy. I had high hopes for "The Fa...

(D) Fighting

Genre: Sports
MPAA Rating: PG-13     Audience: High School
Terrence Howard's performance in "Fighting" is so bizarrely strange and awful that it occurred to me he might be hoping we didn't realize it was him. Howard plays Harvey, a street hustler who disc...

(D) Final Destination 2

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MPAA Rating:     Audience: Mature High Schooler
Not bothering with everyday movie conventions like plot, acting, or logic, this wisp of a sequel found its competitive advantage in “Final Destination” (2002) and pursued it with gleeful abando...

(D) Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within

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MPAA Rating:     Audience: Mature High Schooler
In "A.I." we had a real boy, Haley Joel Osment, playing a robot. In this movie, we have computer animated figures playing real people. This is the first computer-animated movie to "star" actors. ...

(D) Flightplan

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MPAA Rating:     Audience: Mature High Schooler
It's always a bad sign in a thriller when the big reveal is greeted by hoots of derisive laughter, and that's what happened at this movie. It's an even worse sign when two-time Oscar winner Jodie F...

(D) Formula 51

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MPAA Rating:     Audience: Mature High Schooler
This "Formula" is missing some key ingredients – like plot, characters, and dialogue.

Here is what it does have: the undeniably cool Samuel L. Jackson (who co-produced) in a kilt, fending ...

(D) Frailty

Genre: Horror
MPAA Rating:     Audience: Mature High Schooler
Many great horror movies deal with families; that is where we are all most sensitive. This uneven film exploits that vulnerability but is ultimately unsatisfying.

The film opens on a da...




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