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Bad Boy Bubby (1993)

As a rule Hollywood portrays the mentally disabled as quaint, likeable, quirky and entirely benign people who occasionally say the wisest things. No wait,...

Bad Boys (1983)

Chicago kid Mick O'Brien (Sean Penn) is sent to a juvenile prison for vehicular manslaughter. Unfortunately, the person he has killed is the kid...

Bad Day At Black Rock (1955)

It's 1945, just after World War II, and Spencer Tracy is John J. Macreedy - a one-armed ex-army man who steps off the train...

Bad Lieutenant (1992)

Sodom here is the New York City of blood-splattered car hijacks and crack dens. Drugs, alcohol, spiralling debt and religious visitations are sending an NYPD...

Bad News Bears, The (1976)

"The coach is waiting for his next beer. The pitcher is waiting for her first bra. The team is waiting for a miracle. Consider...

Bad Ronald (1974)

The 1974 made-for-tv movie is a psychological thriller about a teenage murderer hidden inside the walls of a Victorian home in Oakland, California. When Ronald Wilby,...

Bad Seed, The (1956)

Rhoda Penmark (Patty McCormack) has the adults in her life completely fooled, but when her uncontrolled hellishness leads her to murder a schoolmate in...

Bad Taste (1987)

An Alien Investigation and Defence team are dispatched to hunt down some extra-terrestrial aliens who have depopulated a small town, using the humans as...

Bad Timing (1980)

Bad Timing is seen in flashback after a traumatic incident sends young American girl Milena Flaherty (Theresa Russell) to an emergency room in Vienna...

Badlands (1973)

The story of a rock & roll Romeo and Juliet circa 1959, Kit (Martin Sheen) is a self-obsessed 25-year-old garbage man from Fort Dupree,...

Bagdad Cafe (1988)

Bagdad Cafe was the first American film made by German director Percy Adlon. Casting his German star, the flamboyantly overweight Marianne Sägebrecht to lead an...

Ballad of Cable Hogue, The (1970)

Rugged prospector Cable Hogue (Jason Robards) is double-crossed and abandoned in the desert without water by his two partners, but an entrepreneurial opportunity arises...

Ballad of Josie, The (1967)

Widow Josie Minick (Doris Day) takes up sheep farming in order to support herself and her son. Her new neighbours are dismayed by her...

Bananas (1971)

Not everyone can stomach Woody Allen films but, fan or not, you're sure to get a few laughs out of this one. Actor-writer-producer-director Allen is...

Band Wagon, The (1953)

Fred Astaire and Michael Kidd choreographed this gem of a Hollywood musical produced by MGM. The Band Wagon began as a revue which opened in 1931...

Bandolero (1968)

Having fought on opposing sides during the American Civil War, brothers Mace (James Stewart) and Dee (Dean Martin) Bishop join forces as part of...

Bang The Drum Slowly (1973)

Robert De Niro and Michael Moriarty stand out in this film version of Mark Harris' novel about Bruce Pearson (De Niro), a clumsy, oafish, country boy...

Barb Wire (1996)

Once upon a time, comic book films were not always expected to be sophisticated works of classy entertainment. Still, Barb Wire is totally inept and inert. Busting...

Barbarella (1967)

The year is 40,000 AD. Peacefully floating around in zero-gravity - and taking her clothes off to what sounds like Herb Alpert and his...

Barefoot Contessa, The (1954)

The surface appeal of The Barefoot Contessa is obvious: Ava Gardner at her most glamorous as the rags-to-riches star Maria Vargas alongside Humphrey Bogart at his...