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All the films I’ve ever seen (F)

Falling Down 1992

Fantastic Voyage 1966

Fast Times at Ridgemont High 1982

Fantasia 1940

Fargo 1996

France McDormand

The Fabulous Adventures of Marco Polo 1964

Father of the Bride 1991

Ferris Bueller’s Day Off 1986

Matthew Broderick

Fever Pitch 1996

Nick Hornby

Fiddler on the Roof 1971

Topol

Field of Dreams 1989

The Fifth Element 1997

I adhore it. Bruce Willis, Milla Jovovich and Luc Besson

Fight Club 19999

Finding Nemo 2003

The Finishing Touch 1928

Laurel & Hardy – destroy a house

Firestarter 1984

Drew Barrymore

A Fish Called Wanda 1988

The Fisher King 1991

Fist of Fury 1972

Bruce Lee

A Fistful of Dollars 1964

Sergio Leone

Fitzcarraldo 1982

My kind of madness. Klaus Kinski directed by Werner Herzog

Flash Gordon 1980

Flashdance 1983

Flatliners 1980

Joel Schumacker

Flight of the Navigator 1986

I love the premise and the dilemma

The Flinstones 1994

Flipper 1963/1996

Flirting 1989

Introduces the world to Thandie Newton

Flubber 1997

The Fly 1958

I was quite young when I caught this on TV. Scarry stuff when the tiny flyman got caught in a spider’s web and was abojut to be eaten. He called out ‘Help me’ in the most pathetic and hopeless manner. It has given me nightmares ever since.

The Fly 1986

Jeff Goldblum

The Fly II

Footloose 1984

Four Your Eyes Only 1984

Force 10 to Navarone 1978

Forever Young 1992

Forrest Gump 1994

48 Hours 1982

The Four Feather 1939

Les Quatres Cent Coups 1974

Francois Truffaut. A lesson in simplicity – taking the POV of one character and charting his downfall.

The Four Musketeers 1974

Four Weddings and a Funeral 1994

1492: Conquest of Paradise 1992

Ridley Scott. At the time it was worth comparing the two efforts being produced to mark the 400th anniversary of the ‘Discovery’ of the Americas. This worked, the other was trash.

Frankie & Johnny 1991

Frantic 1988

Freaky Friday 2003

Free Willy, 2, 3, 1993, 1995, 1997

All work and each is enjoyed by a young audience.

The French Connection 1971

French Kiss 1995

Kevin Kline and Meg Ryan in their best film

The French Lieutenant’s Woman 1981

A year later I am in Lyme Regis with my crush from my mid teens. We never got beyond being ‘just friends’ whatever my desire to bed her.

Frenzy 1972

Hitchcock at his best or worst? I enjoyed this freak show.

Friday the 13th

I have probably sat through one of them. I don’t know which, but never saw any others. Deplorable. For horror a few seconds seeing a hostage having their head removed with a knife over the internet is enough to give you nightmares forever.

The Frog Prince 1984

Brian Gilbert came to Oxford to show us his graduation film in 1982

Jane Snowden was the daughter of our senior Rowntrees client at JWT when I went into advertising.

From Here to Eternity 1953

From Russia with Love 1963

Sean Connery

The Fugitive 1993

Tommy Lee Jones chases Harrison Ford. The ultimate in the ‘falsely accused.’

The Full Monty 1997

Rags toi riches for the writer. A big hit in British Cinema.

$3.5m to make, grossing $35m in the US and $132m elsehwere. Who got the dosh?

The Fury 1936

One to see

Futureworld 1976

The sequel to Westworld … I think I’ve seen it.

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