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Baby Sister
Released: 1983
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Sexy "baby sister" attempts to demolish her sibling's romance. Or, as Elvis once warned: "little sister, don't you do what your big sister done" (advice that should also apply to the filmmakers here).
Baby, It's You
Released: 1983
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Love cuts across class in the early '60s, as a Jewish-American Princess falls for a disreputable local hood from the Italian-American working class named "Sheik." (His idol is Frank Sinatra, and his nickname comes from a well-known prophylactic.) Tender, funny, humane; with a wonderful last scene. This is, by far, the best film of radical independent director John Sayles (Secaucus Seven, Lianna), and one of the best of the whole "rock-romance-reminiscence" cycle spawned by American Graffiti.
Baby, the Rain Must Fall
Released: 1965
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An excellent little film that tries for the poetic realism of the postwar Italian movies, and nearly succeeds. The subject: a mentally disturbed ex-convict, his patient wife, and their struggle to survive in a Texas Panhandle town.(M.W.)
Babylon A.D.
Released: 2008
Rated: PG-13
Now Playing? No
In an apocalyptic near-future, a big, semi-honorable lug (Vin Diesel) is contracted to smuggle a sexy Ukrainian nun/orphan (Melanie Thierry) from the Caucasus to New York City. Dumb but efficient late-summer entertainment. (M.S.)
Bachata: Musica del Pueblo
Released: 2001
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Bachelor Flat
Released: 1961
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Bachelor Party
Released: 1984
Rated: R
Now Playing? No
Back Door to Heaven
Released: 1939
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The symbiosis of poverty and crime: a bleak social melodrama by William K. Howard; the director of The Power And The Glory.(M.W.)
Back From Eternity
Released: 1956
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The passenger plane's crash in uncharted jungles, and the desperate attempt to rebuild and fly it out. A remake of the original version of this oft-filmed plot, Five came Back (one of whose screenwriters was Nathaniel West), by its original director, John Farrow. As a kid, I loved it.
Back Street
Released: 1941
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The second version of Fanny Hurst's perennial soaper about noble mistresses and their lives in the shadows. Not bad. It's possible that Tim Holt owed his casting in The Magnificent Ambersons to his performance here.
Back To Bataan
Released: 1945
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If you ever had the perverse urge to see Duke Wayne in a movie written and directed by card-carrying Communists, here's your chance. But unless you're J. Parnell Thomas, you'll have a hard time telling it from Flying Tigers or The Fighting Seabees.
Back to School
Released: 1986
Rated: PG-13
Now Playing? No
Rodney Dangerfield goes to college in this 1986 comedy.
Back to the Future
Released: 1985
Rated: PG
Now Playing? No
The 1985 comedy about an '80s teenager (Michael J. Fox) who travels back to the '50s to set up his own parents.
Backstage
Released:
Rated: R
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Bad Boy
Released: 1949
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Baby-faced, snarling delinquent is rehabilitated at boy's ranch.
Bad Boys II
Released: 2003
Rated: R
Now Playing? No
Two narcotics cops (Martin Lawrence, Will Smith) head to Florida in the hopes of busting the kingpin of Miami's ecstasy trade.
Bad Company
Released: 2002
Rated: PG-13
Now Playing? No
Bad Day at Black Rock
Released: 2008
Rated: NR
Now Playing? No
A one-armed veteran (Spencer Tracey) learns that the townspeople of Black Rock, Ariz. are hiding a shameful secret.
Bad Education
Released: 2004
Rated: NC-17
Now Playing? No
Pedro Almodóvar's latest stars Gael Garcia Bernal as a drag queen, or not
Bad Fever
Released: 2010
Rated: NR
Now Playing? No
Bad Grandpa
Released: 2013
Rated: R
Now Playing? No
In the latest film from the makers of Jackass, an octogenarian (Johnny Knoxville) must drive his grandson (Jackson Nicoll) across the country to a deadbeat dad. Despite a thin narrative thread, the film moves from set-piece to set-piece, finding some hilarious jokes along the way. (M.B.)
Bad News Bears
Released: 2005
Rated: PG-13
Now Playing? No
Bad Santa
Released: 2003
Rated: R
Now Playing? No
The 2003 film about two con men (Billy Bob Thornton, Tony Cox) who pose as Santa and his helper so they can rob department stores with ease.
Bad Teacher
Released: 2011
Rated: R
Now Playing? No
Cameron Diaz stars as a lazy, shallow, pot-smoking teacher. The random string of gags would need to be a lot funnier to support a story with nothing particularly interesting to say and no one particularly worth caring about. (S.R.)
Bad Words
Released: 2013
Rated: R
Now Playing? No
A 40-year-old misanthrope (director Jason Bateman) befriends a lonely 10-year-old prodigy (Rohan Chand) while competing in a spelling bee designed for middle-schoolers. Chand's effervescent innocence adds liveliness to the proceedings, but it's hard to find any sympathy for Bateman's überjerk of a character. (S.R.)
Bad Writing
Released: 2010
Rated: NR
Now Playing? No
Documentary about creative writing features interviews with David Sedaris, Margaret Atwood, others.
Badlands
Released: 1973
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Badlands captures that barren, stony, bleak poetry of the American out lands like few films before or since. Sissy Spacek's flat, almost toneless voice is a sound that may haunt your dreams, reverberate in your guts. This was Terence Malick's first movie; his second was the magnificent Days Of Heaven. If you've never seen it, don't miss it now.
Baggage Claim
Released: 2013
Rated: PG-13
Now Playing? No
Desperate to marry, a 30-year-old woman (Paula Patton) takes a 30,000-mile trip to find a suitable beau. Patton struggles to turn the protagonist into a fully formed character. (M.B.)
Baghead
Released: 2008
Rated: R
Now Playing? No
Four underemployed actors decide to stop waiting for roles and decamp to a cabin in the woods to cook up a scary screenplay in which to star. Kind of funny and kind of scary, Baghead's central horror motif is merely a structure on which to hang its four-character story about the depth of relationships and the drive to find meaningful work. (M.B.)
Baise-Moi
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Rated: NR
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Girls just wanna have sex and violence
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