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Babies

With no narration, subtitles and little in the way of actual cultural subtext, Babies definitely isn't your ordinary documentary. In fact, French filmmaker Thomas Balmes is content to let the audience draw its own conclusions as he beautifully captures the first year of four very different babies' lives.

 
Baby Mama

Former Saturday Night Live star and screenwriter (of Mean Girls) Tina Fey has perfected the role of a successful working woman who longs for a baby in her role as Liz Lemon on the NBC sitcom 30 Rock. Now Fey finds similar success with Baby Mama.

 
Babylon A.D.

Babylon A.D. probably won’t do much for Vin Diesel’s action-movie career. But its failure may be for the best if it pushes the actor into roles that require him to do more than mumble one-liners and shoot bad guys.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • September 02, 2008 |
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Bachelorette

A recognizable cast, weddings, and raunchy pre-matrimonial hi-jinx make this a surefire crowd-pleaser, right? Wrong.

  • Christa Banister |
  • September 07, 2012 |
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Back-up Plan, The

Even if someone manages to suspend disbelief and buy into this lamely conceived plotline, there's nothing about The Back-up Plan that has any resonance in the real world. Not only is the dialogue unbelievable from the get-go, but the characters are just plain kooky.

 
Bad Company

I was hoping this would be a great pairing, but the chemistry gamble fell flat. It just goes to show that even when you have the best talent behind and in front of the cameras, a well-written script is still key to making a movie work.

 
Bad News Bears (2005)

In the mid-1970s “The Bad News Bears” didn’t just launch a franchise; it crossed content barriers deemed taboo for a family film. Like its predecessor, the new “Bad News Bears” crosses those lines with great frequency. Unfortunately, the lines today start at a much lower level than they did thirty years ago.

 
Bad Teacher

Bad Teacher is painfully desperate for laughs. Its primary modus operandi is shock value, packaged in the usual suspects of pervasive language, drugs and sex.

 
Bad Words

A more or less uncomfortable viewing experience depending on your tolerance for pranks, put-downs and a barrage of bad language.

 
Baggage Claim

While its formula and tone are excessively simplistic, it carries its canned comedy rather lightly on the shoulders of Paula Patton.

  • Jeffrey Huston |
  • September 27, 2013 |
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Balls of Fury

Sometimes a low brainpower movie is the perfect escapist entertainment. But even then, ping-pong farce Balls of Fury still doesn’t deliver. After all, the filmmakers’ idea of a good laugh is making fun of an Asian (because he’s Asian), a fat guy (because he’s fat) or an elderly man who swears a lot (because he swears a lot).

 
Bangkok Dangerous

There’s nothing new in Bangkok Dangerous, which caps its dreary running time with a downbeat ending that might have been more credible if the movie preceding it sustained any semblance of a pulse.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • September 08, 2008 |
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Bank Job, The

Loosely based on the 1971 bank robbery at Lloyd's Bank in Marylebone, London, The Bank Job is directed by Australian Roger Donaldson. It's a heist movie, pure and simple, with some throwbacks to the '70s.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • March 07, 2008 |
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Barnyard

Several recent movies, such as “Chicken Little” and “Curious George,” highlighted issues related to the need for good fathering. In the same vein, “Barnyard” is a vivid portrayal of the need for children to model their lives after strong, sacrificial role models.

 
Batman Begins

A star-studded, action-packed, dark-and-scary adventure movie. The producers do an excellent job of taking us to the beginning of the story and creating a fun, semi-realistic backstory.

 
Battle for Terra

While low-budget, Battle for Terra is still an engaging tale that provides an intriguing change of pace for sci-fi fans. And in 3-D, Terra positively sparkles, thanks to eye-popping visuals and imaginative set-ups.

 
Battle of the Year

Contains likeable characters pulling off jaw-dropping physical feats while teaching some valuable lessons about teamwork, too.

  • Susan Ellingburg |
  • September 20, 2013 |
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Battle: Los Angeles

This big-budget invasion flick offers no surprises. But if you’re into this sort of thing, Battle: Los Angeles provides exactly what you’re looking for.

 
Battleship

Full of sound and fury, Battleship will appeal to audiences who can tolerate the voluble, violent battle at the center of the film.

 
Be Cool

“Be Cool” is a sequel to “Get Shorty,” Quentin Tarantino’s ultra-popular 1995 film based on the book by Elmore Leonard. Unfortunately, this film is what gives sequels a bad name. It has almost the same cast and plot and the exact same jokes, and it’s just not funny. Maybe something to do with the need to be original, what do you think?

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • March 04, 2005 |
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