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  • Barbershop: The Next Cut (PG-13)

    The fourth entry in the Barbershop franchise delivers keen social commentary, bringing back many of the key players from the 2002 and 2004 installments (the 2005 spin-off Beauty Shop is best forgotten). more...
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  • 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...
  • Breath
  • Breath

    An unsentimental perspective distinguishes this 2016 Iranian drama from earlier youth-centered classics such as Majid Majidi's Children of Heaven (1997) and The Color of Paradise (1999). more...
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  • 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...
  • Bridge of Spies
  • Bridge of Spies (PG-13)

    Tom Hanks lends his considerable Honest John appeal to this fascinating cold war drama about the secret exchange of Soviet spy Rudolf Abel, captured by the FBI in New York City, and Francis Gary Powers, whose U-2 spy plane was shot down over Russia in 1960. more...
  • Brooklyn
  • Brooklyn (PG-13)

    Set in the early 1950s, this immigrant drama follows a young Irishwoman (Saoirse Ronan) as she leaves her mother and sister to settle in the title New York borough, works as a countergirl at a Manhattan department store, and falls in love with a sweet Italian boy (Emory Cohen). more...
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  • The Babushkas of Chernobyl
  • The Babushkas of Chernobyl

    You'd have to be pretty jaded not to fall for the irrepressible subjects of this stirring documentary, a group of elderly Ukrainian women who survived the Chernobyl nuclear power plant disaster in 1986. more...
  • Bridgend

    Danish documentary maker Jeppe Rønde based this 2015 dramatic feature debut on a real-life grouping of nearly 80 teen suicides, almost all hangings, that took place between 2007 and '12 in the small Welsh province of Bridgend County. more...
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  • Black Mass
  • Black Mass (R)

    Based on a nonfiction book by Dick Lehr and Gerard O'Neill, this crime saga details the corrupt partnership between South Boston crime lord James "Whitey" Bulger (a balding, unrecognizable Johnny Depp) and FBI agent John Connolly (Joel Edgerton), an old pal who cultivated Bulger as an informant but may have done more to help his criminal empire than Bulger did to help the bureau. more...
  • Behemoth

    By the time you read this, Donald Trump may already have announced our withdrawal from the Paris climate change agreement. 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...
  • Bringing Out the Dead (R)

    A conscientious NYC paramedic (Nicolas Cage) has lost a patient whose image continues to haunt him in this 1999 seminarrative plotted as a series of calls he answers with a series of partners (John Goodman, Ving Rhames, Tom Sizemore). more...
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  • A Brilliant Young Mind
  • A Brilliant Young Mind (NR)

    A strong cast (Sally Hawkins, Eddie Marsan, Rafe Spall) elevates this sweet British drama about a meek, autistic boy (Asa Butterfield of Hugo) who discovers an extraordinary talent for math. more...