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Blonde Ambition

The target audience for Blonde Ambition is a mystery. With such patently silly production values, it seems geared to young girls and fans of Jessica Simpson. But its language and sexuality make it only appropriate for older teens or adults.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • January 29, 2008 |
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Blood and Chocolate

Blood and Chocolate’s biggest problem, aside from the fact that it contains hardly any blood or chocolate, rendering the title meaningless, is its script. The pacing lags, the characters have little depth and the story lacks credibility.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • June 12, 2007 |
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Blood Work

Deliberately paced cop movie builds to an interesting twist.

 
Blue Crush

A disappointing message about casual sex weighs down an otherwise entertaining movie.

 
Blue Jasmine

Cate Blanchett's powerhouse performance as the titular character is what the accolade tour de force is reserved for.

 
Blue Like Jazz

Donald Miller’s story might strike you as an unsurprising entry among the tales told by Christians critical of the church.

 
Bobby

"Bobby” is less concerned with its title character than it is with teaching 1960s history - presumably to those too young to have considered it previously. What we get is a “highlight reel” of late '60s turbulence set to the most obvious period songs imaginable.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • November 28, 2006 |
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Body of Lies

Body of Lies is not up to Ridley Scott’s best work, but the performances—especially from Leonardo DiCaprio—are strong. The result is a film that seriously examines U.S. foreign policy while still managing to entertain.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • October 10, 2008 |
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Bolt

Bolt is probably the best-looking Disney movie in a good long while. Crafted in gorgeous 3-D splendor, it’s a feast for the eyes complete with lavish attention to detail. And the engagingly drawn leads are only further enhanced with stellar vocal talent.

  • Christa Banister |
  • November 21, 2008 |
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Bonneville

As the debut of writer/director Christopher Rowley, Bonneville—but only barely. It’s full of the usual road trip clichés (the road-tripping gals pick up a handsome hitchhiker and one falls in love with a trucker), but it lacks substance.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • June 26, 2008 |
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Book of Eli, The

The Book of Eli continues the string of apocalyptic tales. It has style, it has action, but it also has something that sets it apart from even the best mindless action films. It has a point: The Word of God can be used for both good or ill, but a world without the Word is a hopeless place.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • January 18, 2010 |
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Book Thief, The

For any who see the film before reading the exceptional novel it's based on, a helpful tip is not to judge the book by the movie.

  • Christa Banister |
  • November 25, 2013 |
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Borat

"Borat" intends to offend, in order to reveal our deepest prejudices. The film also has a strong message about stereotypes and the subtle racism that still exists in our country. But to get there, we have to wade through a lot of nudity, foul language, scatology and crude humor.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • March 08, 2007 |
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Born to Be Wild

Baby animals are nothing short of pure adorableness—something the documentary filmmakers definitely use to full crowd-pleasing effect in Born to Be Wild.

 
Bounty Hunter, The

These days, getting the girl looks a little different with Gerard Butler on the scene. Officially kicking Mr. Sensitive to the curb, his character's idea of a fun night involves throwing his ex in the trunk and carting her off to jail for a cool 20k in The Bounty Hunter.

 
Bourne Identity, The

This riveting thriller deals with murder, intrigue and politics.

 
Bourne Legacy, The

Even bringing back Matt Damon wouldn’t have helped; it’s writer/director Tony Gilroy’s script that leaves a poor legacy.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • August 10, 2012 |
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Bourne Supremacy, The

Having escaped from a slew of would-be assassins in this film’s predecessor, The Bourne Identity, Jason Bourne (Matt Damon) is still having trouble with his memory in this exciting, gripping thriller.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • July 23, 2004 |
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Bourne Ultimatum, The

In The Bourne Ultimatum, the identity of Jason Bourne is, at last, resolved, while communicating an uncomfortable message about current events in the post-9/11 world: Those who “volunteer” to “kill the bad guys” are the victims of power-mad warmongers unconcerned about the humanity of their charges.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • August 03, 2007 |
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Box, The

Mysterious, intriguing and involving for about 40 minutes, The Box, directed by Richard Kelly and adapted from a short story by Richard Matheson, turns sillier and sillier as it attempts to explain every mystery and answer every question about its premise.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • November 09, 2009 |
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