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Bewitched

Writer/director Nora Ephron smoothly re-imagines a classic sitcom with an inspired premise that puts other TV-to-film retreads to shame. Unfortunately, her "Bewitched" is yet another example of Hollywood soiling a near-perfect homage with “now why did they have to put that in there?” moments.

 
Big Bounce, The

In terms of moral value, “The Big Bounce” is a big bust. It’s full of language, sex and nudity (mostly rear, but the camera lingers). God is referred to twice as “an imaginary friend for grown-ups,” and none of the characters have any virtues at all.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • January 30, 2004 |
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Big Fat Liar

The importance of honesty and trust, as well as a person's ethical character and behavior, are themes that make this movie worth taking your kids and teens to see.

 
Big Fish

Tim Burton has created a timeless classic for adults that will reel you in with a hook of hope, heart and humanity. It’s a story that will deeply touch fathers and sons, husbands and wives and ultimately reinforces the true meaning of family and friends

 
Big Miracle

Big Miracle wants to be a whale of a tale with its heart in the right place, but the execution leaves more to be desired.

  • Christa Banister |
  • February 03, 2012 |
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Big Trouble

Amusing premise and silly performances are overshadowed by a torrent of profanity in Big Trouble.

 
Big Wedding, The

It’s called The Big Wedding but it’s really not about a wedding. It’s about sex (and some very unhappy people).

 
Big Year, The

Despite starring comedians Steve Martin, Jack Black and Owen Wilson, The Big Year is shockingly devoid of big laughs.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • October 14, 2011 |
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Billy The Early Years

More than just the beginnings of arguably the world’s most well-known and respected evangelist, Billy: The Early Years is the story of two friends, of two roads taken and of two ways to make a biopic.

 
Birthday Girl

Kidman's performance can't overcome a poor script in Birthday Girl.

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Biutiful

Alejandro Gonzales Innaritu's film starring Javier Bardem is a dark film about mortality and the struggle to exist in a harsh world.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • January 03, 2011 |
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Black Hawk Down

Brilliantly executed action sequences and amazing battle scenes in Black Hawk Down don't overshadow several moments of human interest, exemplified by the men's willingness to literally lay down their lives for their fellow fighters.

 
Black Knight

Crude comedy has a few laughs but feels stale.

 
Black Nativity

I was moved. Black Nativity will bring people to tears, many to forgiveness, maybe even repentance, and inspire reconciliation.

 
Black Snake Moan

Depicting things in the Deep South as sordid and bizarre, Black Snake Moan, is definitely not for the masses—especially those who like their movies sanitized. But even if it doesn’t look particularly moral, this is actually a well-made morality tale.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • July 03, 2007 |
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Black Swan

Director Darren Aronofsky likes his darkness. This film about a ballet dancer stretched to the breaking point will further cement his reputation.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • December 03, 2010 |
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Blades of Glory

With its over-the-top, absurd storyline, Blades of Glory offers plenty of one-liners that will likely become as memorable as the lines in Napoleon Dynamite. The downside? Perverted jokes, sexual allusions, references to or portrayals of drinking, drugs, smoking, and homosexuality, and a barrage of slapstick violence.

 
Blind Side, The

After burnishing her star power with the summer hit The Proposal, Sandra Bullock embodies Leigh Anne Tuohy in The Blind Side and, in the process, creates one of the year’s more memorable characters. And she’s no fictional creation.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • November 20, 2009 |
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Blindness

Blindness is the type of odious filmmaking that drives people who dare give it a shot right back to the refuge of mindless blockbusters. But films on the opposite end of the spectrum—like Blindness—are equally responsible.

 
Bling Ring, The

A painfully slow pace plus amoral, self-obsessed teens behaving like idiots minus a good lesson equals a massive waste of time.

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