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  • Bad Grandpa (R)

    A foot-long scrotum hanging out of an old man's briefs turns out to be the enduring image from this anemic bad-taste comedy, starring Johnny Knoxville in octogenarian disguise and directed by Jackass veteran Jeff Tremaine. more...
  • Bad Santa (R)

    After the remarkable one-two punch of Crumb and Ghost World, Terry Zwigoff eases into the mainstream with this R-rated holiday comedy (2003) about an alcoholic thief (Billy Bob Thornton) working as a department store Santa. more...
  • Bad Teacher (R)

    Cameron Diaz stars as a booze-slamming, pot-smoking, gold-digging middle school teacher in the Chicago public school system. more...
  • Bad Words
  • Bad Words (R)

    A 40-year-old troublemaker (Jason Bateman) takes advantage of a legal loophole to enter a nationwide spelling bee, dragging along a freaky journalist who's writing a magazine story about him (Kathryn Hahn) and doing his best to corrupt a lonely Indian-American tyke (Rohan Chand) who's entered in the competition. more...
  • Beautiful Boy (R)

    They say there's nothing more painful than losing a child, but what about losing your child when he kills 20 people and then himself in a collegiate shooting rampage? more...
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  • Before I Go to Sleep
  • Before I Go to Sleep (R)

    Afflicted with a form of amnesia that exists only in the movies, a middle-aged woman (Nicole Kidman) loses her memory each night and wakes up thinking she's still in her mid-20s. more...
  • Before Midnight (R)

    The young lovers of Before Sunrise (1995) and Before Sunset (2004) return, but now they're middle-aged parents; in fact, this third installment in the beloved indie series opens with a near parody of its endless walk-and-talks in which the characters (Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke) drive through the Greek countryside hoping their two little girls in the backseat won't wake up. more...
  • Begin Again
  • Begin Again (R)

    John Carney's cult favorite Once (2006) took a thin love story and filled it out with magical scenes of musical improvisation and discovery; this follow-up works the same way, its soft-rock bonhomie prevailing over a story that often registers as trite or naive. more...
  • Being Flynn (R)

    If you can tolerate the studied ethereality of Paul Dano, you may consider this tale of dashed dreams a real return to form for writer-director Paul Weitz (About a Boy). more...
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  • Bel Ami (R)

    This forgettable adaptation of the Guy de Maupassant novel has one clever idea going for it: the vain, social-climbing antihero is played by Twilight heartthrob Robert Pattinson, whose instant celebrity mirrors that of the character. more...
  • Big Fan (R)

    Movies about obsessed fans are invariably creepy (Misery, The King of Comedy, Play Misty for Me), but in this one nobody suffers worse than the fan himself. more...
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  • The Big Wedding (R)

    A long-divorced couple (Robert DeNiro, Diane Keaton) pretend to be married to help out their adopted son when his biological mother, a staunch Catholic, attends his wedding. more...
  • Black Dynamite (R)

    Righteous soul brother Black Dynamite (Michael Jai White) sticks it to the Man—sho’ nuff, uh-huh, can you dig it? more...