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  • 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...
  • Blackhat (R)

    Michael Mann's latest crime saga involves the timely topic of cyberterrorism, but aside from the special-effects shots of data zipping around a silicon chip as if it were the Autobahn, this doesn't function much differently from any other cop thriller. more...
  • Blackthorn (R)

    Sam Shepard stars as an aging Butch Cassidy, who has survived the gun battle with the Bolivian military that supposedly killed him and the Sundance Kid in 1908. more...
  • The Blair Witch Project (R)

    A pretty impressive horror film in the form of a documentary, supposedly made up of footage shot by three film students on a trek through Maryland's Black Hills Forest to investigate legends about a witch. more...
  • Blazing Saddles (R)

    With this 1974 western spoof, Mel Brooks abandoned the sweetly sentimental tone of his first two movies, The Producers and The Twelve Chairs, for the manic vulgarity that would become his cinematic calling card. more...
  • Bleed for This
  • Bleed for This (R)

    The familiar conventions of the boxing movie—the underdog getting his shot, the fighter bonding with his trainer, the hero making a comeback—get a muscular overhaul in this gritty biopic about Vinny Pazienza, known as the Pazmanian Devil. more...
  • The Bling Ring (R)

    The title refers to a clique of spoiled SoCal teenagers who reportedly spent more than a year, from October 2008 to August 2009, burglarizing the homes of Hollywood celebrities (Paris Hilton, Lindsay Lohan, Megan Fox, Orlando Bloom) and making off with their cash, clothes, jewelry, and other accoutrements of fame. more...
  • Blow Out (R)

    This 1981 release is one of Brian De Palma's more interesting and better-made thrillers, though it's even more abjectly derivative than his Hitchcock imitations (borrowing mightily this time from Antonioni's Blowup, as the title suggests). more...
  • Blue Caprice (R)

    A fictional treatment of the infamous 2002 Beltway snipers, this indie drama is long on ambience and mercifully short on violent action sequences. more...
  • Blue Collar (R)

    Paul Schrader did very well his first time out as a director with this downbeat tale (1978) of workday oppression starring Richard Pryor, Yaphet Kotto, and Harvey Keitel. more...
  • The Blue Room
  • The Blue Room (R)

    The pleasure of a whodunit generally derives from trying to figure out who done it, but in the case of this arty, terminally obscure French mystery, most of the story has already transpired before one can even piece together what was done. more...