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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...
  • Bellflower (R)

    Pyromania, muscle cars, pithy punch-out scenes, frantically writhing sex, and profligate use of the direct address "Dude!" are all key ingredients in this white-boy attitude piece, the debut film of writer-director-star Evan Glodell. more...
  • Best of Enemies
  • Best of Enemies (R)

    Best of Enemies is a movie about television—specifically, the short debates between liberal novelist Gore Vidal and conservative magazine editor William F. Buckley that were broadcast live on ABC during nightly news coverage of the Republican and Democratic presidential conventions in 1968. more...
  • Beyond the Door (R)

    This 1974 horror by Ovidio G. Assonitis and Robert Barrett features Juliet Mills as a woman who is about to have the devil's baby. 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 Lebowski (R)

    Probably the Coen brothers' most enjoyable movie—glittering with imagination, cleverness, and filmmaking skill—though, as in their other films, the warm feelings they generate around a couple of salt-of-the-earth types don't apply to anyone else in the cast: you might as well be scraping them off your shoe. more...
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  • The Big Short
  • The Big Short (R)

    In the mid-2000s, the banks that serve as the pillars of the U.S. financial system defrauded the American people, caused the worst global economic crisis since the Great Depression, and essentially got away with it. more...
  • The Big Short (R)

    Adapted from a nonfiction best seller by Michael Lewis (Moneyball), this ambitious but lumbering comedy looks at a handful of peripheral investors who predicted and figured out how to profit from the collapse of the U.S. housing market in 2007 and '08. more...
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