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  • The Babymakers (R)

    In hopes of having a child with his new bride (Olivia Munn), an infertile guy (Paul Schneider) tasks his friends with breaking into a sperm bank he once visited. more...
  • Bachelorette (R)

    Think of Bridesmaids or The Hangover, subtract any laughs or semblance of humanity, and you'll have this wretched comedy about a trio of mean girls (Kirsten Dunst, Isla Fisher, Lizzy Caplan) trying to repair a ruined wedding gown before their fat friend (Rebel Wilson) gets married in the morning. more...
  • 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 Milo! (R)

    Ken Marino stars in this horror-comedy as a man who discovers that a murderous demon is living in his intestine. 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...
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  • 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...
  • The Bang Bang Club (R)

    Based on Greg Marinovich and Joao Silva's 2000 book The Bang-Bang Club: Snapshots From a Hidden War, this remarkable fact-based 2010 drama chronicles the activities of a group of white photojournalists (including Marinovich and Silva) whose pictures documented the violent struggle for black political supremacy in 1990s South Africa between Nelson Mandela's progressive African National Congress and its reactionary rival, the Inkatha Freedom Party. more...
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  • Barney's Version (R)

    Producer Robert Lantos spent 13 years trying to make a movie of Mordechai Richler's final novel, though the single best day may have been when he signed Paul Giamatti to play the grouchy, irrepressible title character. more...
  • Barton Fink (R)

    Joel and Ethan Coen (Fargo) go to 1941 Hollywood in an oddball 1991 horror comedy about a blocked New York playwright (John Turturro) with a studio contract and the apparently normal insurance salesman (John Goodman) who lives next door. more...
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  • Basic Instinct (R)

    Reviewing Paul Verhoeven's 1979 Dutch feature The 4th Man, Dave Kehr objected to "conceptions of women as castrating harpies and of gays as predatory beasts that are insulting to all the sexualities involved." more...
  • Bat 21 (R)

    Well-acted but otherwise conventional war hokum about a rescue mission during the Vietnam war, based on William C. Anderson's novel of the same title (which is based in turn on a true incident), and scripted by Anderson and George Gordon. more...
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