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  • An Average Little Man

    Italian director Mario Monicelli's black social comedy, about a minor government official who goes on vengeful rampage after his son is killed by a terrorist. more...
  • Back to the Beach

    Frankie Avalon and Annette Funicello get down and sandy one more time in this first feature by transplanted Australian Lyndall Hobbs. more...
  • The Beach

    Eroticism is a preoccupying theme of Italian director Alberto Lattuada (though not always: cf Mafioso), and this slight 1954 comedy typifies his attraction to pneumatic sensuality and abundance. more...
  • Beau Hunks

    Pretty funny Laurel and Hardy short feature, with the two as Foreign Legionnaires pitted against the burnooses; plenty of sand and cheap exotic mood, and Ollie gets in some woeful groaning. more...
  • The Believers

    Veteran director John Schlesinger (Midnight Cowboy, Cold Comfort Farm) puts his good gray professionalism to work in this tale of voodoo and the occult in modern Manhattan (1987). more...
  • Benji the Hunted

    Lost in the woods and attacked by wild things great and small, the intrepid house pet becomes the protector of a quartet of mountain lion cubs. more...
  • Between War and Peace

    Produced under the watchful eyes of U.S. occupation authorities in 1946, this Japanese antiwar epic proved to be the most popular of the new breed of postwar films that explicitly renounced the military jingo of the preceding years. more...
  • Beverly Hills Cop II

    Detroit cop Eddie Murphy returns to the scene of his previous Beverly Hills invasion, with Judge Reinhold and John Ashton reprising as the law-enforcement inepts who follow him around. more...
  • Beyond the Edge

    Film on skiing evidently aimed at a sports-groupie audience; from here it looks like the cinematic equivalent of a vanity publication, but I honestly can't tell you what to expect. more...
  • Beyond Therapy

    Robert Altman's laid-back adaptation of Christopher Durang's bilious stage comedy, about modern life and its therapeutic discontents and finding true love in the personals ads. more...
  • The Birds and the Bees

    Tedious sex farce from director Pietro Germi (Seduced and Abandoned) about multiple adulteries in a northern Italian town. more...
  • The Black Cannon Incident

    Uncharacteristic bureaucratic satire from the People's Republic of China, about a middle-aged translator replaced in his job by a politically well-connected incompetent. more...
  • Black Widow (R)

    Bob Rafelson (Five Easy Pieces) came out of hibernation with this 1987 tale of a federal agent (Debra Winger) on the trail of a deadly sexual predator (Theresa Russell) who invariably murders the wealthy men she marries. more...
  • Blind Date

    Bruce Willis as a financial exec who takes blind date Kim Basinger to an important business dinner and finds his life falling apart as a result. more...