The F Word (2014) User Reviews

Current Rating: 2.62

Current Rating: 2.62

based on 84 votes and 15 reviews

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  • 4 stars This movie was smart, very funny, and interesting to watch.
  • 3 stars Cute and entertaining film.
  • 3 stars at times boring, other times very funny and smart
  • 5 stars I've now seen this film 3 times...and looking forward to seeing it again! Such great chemistry between the leads. Love everything about this film! Only wish they'd kept the original ending...
  • 1 stars Waste of time and money! What more can I say. ..bad anyway you look at it.
  • 2 stars It had some nice moments, but generally it was painful to watch. I liked Radcliffe and the fact that Toronto was prominently shown, otherwise it was a bore.
  • 5 stars This was a wonderful and sweet romance story about two people finding each other as they struggle through their 20s. The acting was great and there was good chemistry between the two lead actors.
  • 5 stars Totally enjoyed these two flirting and trying to find their way in a new relationship. It's not filled with a lot of great jokes, but the humor is definitely there and everyone contributes. This is an adult comedy for adults who can understand or feel the reality of many of the moments. Recommended for sure.
  • 5 stars Thoroughly enjoyed this witty romantic comedy. The Daniel and Zoe really play off each other. All those cynics who can't get past Daniel being grown up now get over it.
  • 4 stars Loved this film! Sweet and funny and heartbreaking. Not a typical fluffy rom-com - this film has chemistry and heart in spades. Watch this film!

The F Word (2014)

Genre:  Comedy , Drama , Other , Romance | Running Time:  99 min.
Release date:  August 22, 2014 | On DVD/VOD:  November 25, 2014

Current rating: Rating: 2.62
based on 84 votes and 15 reviews
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Cast: Daniel Radcliffe, Zoe Kazan, Megan Park, Adam Driver, Rafe Spall, Mackenzie Davis