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  • The Apartment (NR)

    I wouldn't call this 1960 picture one of Billy Wilder's best comedies—it's drab, sappy, and overlong at 125 minutes. more...
  • Audrey the Trainwreck (NR)

    In the first scene of this indie feature, the protagonist (Anthony J. Baker) is injured during a tavern game of darts; in the second, his roommate (Danny Rhodes) gets a flat tire driving over a prankster's bag of glass. more...
  • Autoerotic (NR)

    In the films of Joe Swanberg, sex serves chiefly as a catalyst for loneliness and frustration, but that unhappy worldview turns comic in this collection of bawdy vignettes he codirected with horror specialist Adam Wingard (Pop Skull). more...
  • Back to Burgundy
  • Back to Burgundy (NR)

    After spending several years abroad, a young man returns to his family's vineyard in the title French region, rediscovers his love of the land as he assists his siblings with the annual harvest, then sticks around for several more months to help out on the farm. more...
  • Bad Lucky Goat (NR)

    In Samir Oliveros's Columbian comedy-drama, two teens on the island of Port Paradise hit a goat with the truck they are driving. more...
  • Band Aid
  • Band Aid (NR)

    Zoe Lister-Jones wrote, coproduced, directed, stars in, and dominates nearly every scene of this hipster comedy about a feuding married couple, played by her and Adam Pally, who begin turning their frustrations into three-chord indie rock as a form of therapy and wind up fronting a popular band. more...
  • Bo Ba Bu (NR)

    After turning up mysteriously in the desert, a beautiful blond woman is enslaved by two shepherds. more...
  • Bomber (NR)

    Comparisons to Little Miss Sunshine are all but inevitable, but this trenchant and truthful indie comedy masterpiece about a dysfunctional family on a road trip blows that funny little picture out of the water. more...
  • The Bottle (NR)

    Alberto Lecchi directed this 2008 comedy about an Argentinian woman who asks a bus driver to transport her urine to Buenos Aires for analysis. more...
  • 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...
  • Brother & Sister (NR)

    This droll Argentinean comedy by Daniel Burman (Family Law) examines the love-hate relationship between two elderly siblings, the abrasive Susana (Graciela Borges) and the lumpish Marcos (Antonio Gasalla). more...