After being financially ruined by the IRS, a man turns to his attorney who teaches him to protect himself.

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William Harrity ...
Dennis SmithKelly
F.G. Houston ...
Marshal #1
Mark Hoadley ...
Marshal #2 (as Mark A. Hoadley)
Richard Almond ...
Airport Buddy Glenn
Douglas James ...
IRS agent Richard
Andrew Harrity ...
John Smith
Ann Rabin ...
Dolores
Andrew Fitzgerald ...
Accountant Sidney
Jessica Susnar ...
Pregnant Lady
Kalena Coleman ...
Boys Home Manager
Liz Kane ...
Old lady
Robert Susnar ...
Robert Kozinski / Marshal #3
Mark Underwood ...
Marshal #4
Sharon Omi ...
Nurse
Mary Lesczinski ...
Nurse Assistant
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After being financially ruined by the IRS, a man turns to his attorney who teaches him to protect himself.

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Rated PG-13 for brief violence and sensuality
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One of the most vapid movies I've ever seen
29 December 1999 | by (Grapevine, TX) – See all my reviews

The kind of movie only a right-wing militia member could love, "The F-Zone" posits the ridiculous theory that the IRS is illegal and federal income taxes can only be collected in "Federal Zones" like Washington, D.C. The flimsy basis for this is that the constitutional amendment creating the IRS and the federal income tax wasn't ratified by all 50 states. By this logic, of course, the entire Constitution should be thrown out the window. The filmmakers probably knew this and so didn't spend much time in the film actually presenting and discussing their case; instead, they give us lots of footage of federal agents acting under IRS orders beating up old ladies and arresting day-care bus drivers for tax evasion. It then delves into absurd conspiracy theories that would make Oliver Stone crack up. As a political tract, the film carries as much weight as "The Turner Diaries;" as a thriller, it's even less entertaining than dreck like "Shadow Conspiracy," if that's even possible. Avoid at all costs, unless one of your "heroes" just so happens to be named Tim McVeigh.


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