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Being John Malkovich (1999)

When unfortunate street puppeteer Craig Schwartz (John Cusack) starts a job at a Manhattan firm he discovers a small door hidden behind a filing...

Being There (1979)

Peter Sellers plays a mentally handicapped gardener named Chauncey Gardiner ("Chance"), raised and protected by a rich old eccentric who dies and leaves him bewildered...

Bellboy, The (1960)

Stanley (Jerry Lewis) is just one of an army of bellboys at a luxury hotel in Miami. But, unlike the others, he always seems...

Belle De Jour (1967)

Séverine Serizy is a young, breathtakingly beautiful Paris housewife who has masochistic daydream fantasies about elaborate floggings and bondage. She is married to a doctor...

Belles of St Trinian’s, The (1954)

A rollicking British comedy based on Ronald Searle's cartoons of a terrifying girls' school known as St. Trinian's. Bookie Clarence (Alastair Sim) is the brother...

Belly Of An Architect, The (1987)

Brian Dennehy stars as a self-obsessed middle-aged American architect travelling to Italy to supervise an exhibition about an 18th-century French architect. His work is subverted...

Belstone Fox, The (1973)

This touching tale of the doomed friendship between a fox cub and the humanitarian huntsmen who reared him is a workmanlike adaptation of David...

Ben (1972)

Just your typical "boy-with-heart-condition meets highly-intelligent-killer-rat and reeks havoc on a small California town" story. This sequel to Willard (1971) is probably best known for its...

Ben-Hur (1959)

This vast fifteen-million-dollar epic was the most expensive film ever made to date. Shot in 70mm, the script was based on a 19th century novel...

Beneath The Planet Of The Apes (1970)

Beneath The Planet Of The Apes opens where the original Planet Of The Apes movie (1968) closed. We find that not one but two spacecraft have actually landed on the...

Beneath The Valley of The Ultra-vixens (1979)

This quintessential sex comedy was Russ Meyer's last movie as director, and it's all here - insatiable mega-busty women, religion, necrophilia, comic violence, impotent bumbling men,...

Benji (1974)

In 1974, amidst The Towering Inferno, Earthquake, another Godfather movie and two comedy classics from Mel Brooks (Blazing Saddles and YoungFrankenstein), a little low-budget family film starring a scruffy dog snuck...

Benny & Joon (1993)

Mechanic Benny (Aidan Quinn) has devoted his life to taking care of his younger mentally ill sister Joon (Mary Stuart Masterson). When their part-time housekeeper...

Best Friends (1982)

Burt Reynolds and Goldie Hawn play Hollywood screenwriters Richard Babson and Paula McCullen who have, for five years, been an unbeatable team as writers, lovers,...

Best Little Whorehouse In Texas, The (1982)

Film version of the hit Broadway musical about the legendary bordello known as The Chicken Ranch (because of a period in the brothel's history...

Best Of Times, The (1986)

Robin Williams and Kurt Russell play two of life's failures in this all-American whimsy set in small-town California. Bank manager Jack Dundee (Williams) lives in...

Best Pair of Legs in the Business, The (1973)

Capitalising on his remarkable success in On the Buses, Reg Varney took on the contrasting role of a third-rate seaside holiday camp entertainer dreaming...

Betsy’s Wedding (1989)

In Betsy's Wedding, Alan Alda shows off and gives daughter Molly Ringwald a fabulous formal wedding. What happens next is every bride's nightmare. This is not...

Betty Blue (37°2 le matin) (1986)

If you have ever loved someone with great intensity - and against all common sense - you will understand this film perfectly. It is...

Between The Lines (1978)

Boston's one-time underground newspaper The Back Bay Mainline is losing its excitement on the way to making a profit. The radical flavour is disappearing and...