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Pick of the Week

Talk to Her

Gone, with one major exception, are the delicious hysterics of Almodóvar's earlier works; Talk to Her is a mostly restrained, though by no means unemotional, work about two men in love with comatose women.

New This Week

$100 and a T-Shirt

1910, the Spiritist Revolution

1997 Sing-Along

1999 Sing-Along

2001 … on the Moon

2001: A Monster Pansy Ball

2002 Hollywood Showcase

2003 Student Hollywood Film Showcase

2004 CYC Summer Film Camp Final End-of-the-Semester Screening

2006 Drum Corps International World Championship Quarterfinals

2007 Drum Corps International Classic Countdown

2007 Drum Corps International World Championship Quarterfinals

2008 DCI World Championship Quarterfinals

2010 Best Picture Showcase

2010 Fly Fishing Film Tour

2010 Red Carpet Bash

2015 Academy Award-Nominated Animated Short Films

Five Oscar nominees, plus some extra treats.

2015 Academy Award-Nominated Documentary Short Films: Program A

Program A consists of the two longest doc shorts, and they’re among the best of the batch.

2015 Academy Award-Nominated Documentary Short Films: Program B

The collected films in Program B examine suffering from different angles

2015 Academy Award-Nominated Live-Action Short Films

This live-action group is unified by a general desire to tug at the heartstrings.

2016 Oscar-Nominated Short Films: Animation

Watch and prepare for your Oscar pool

2016 Oscar-Nominated Short Films: Documentaries – Program A

Let the voting begin

2016 Oscar-Nominated Short Films: Documentaries – Program B

Be the most knowledgeable voter at your Oscar party

2016 Oscar-Nominated Short Films: Live Action

Form an opinion instead of guessing what will win this category

"22/8: The Jeffrey Luers Story" and "Green with a Vengeance"

24: Season Finale

24 Series Finale

3-D Work-in-Progress Party

512 Film Night


À Tout de Suite

Shot in jittery black-and-white 16mm, this French film's on-the-fly aesthetic captures the shiftlessness of bourgeois youth and some of the spirit of the French New Wave.

A*P*E*: Attack of the Giant Horny Gorilla in 3-D

The A-Team

It's the latest old TV show to be remade as a contemporary feature film and fares just about as well as the rest.

A.I.: Artificial Intelligence

AAatank! The Hindi Jaws

Aadu Magaadra Bujji


Telugu action comedy.

Aaja Nachle

A dancer in New York returns home to India to see the teacher who taught her to dance and, ultimately, fight to save the school he built.


When three students go missing in a small Indian village, the investigation into their disappearance causes mayhem. In Hindi.


The story of Prabhakar Anand, a legendary educator, is told in this new Indian film.

Aayirathil Oruvan

Ab Tak Chhappan



Las Abandonadas

The Abandoned

Creepy Eastern European atmospherics encase this horror film, which nevertheless suffers from an anemic script.

Abandoned: The Betrayal of America's Immigrants

Abar: The First Black Superman

ABBA Sing-Along

ABBA: The Movie

Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein

Abbott and Costello Meet the Mummy



ABCD 2 (Any Body Can Dance)

Bollywood dance-competition sequel.

ABCs of Death 2

Let us count the ways this compilation of 26 short films gets its spook on.

The ABCs of Death

Horror anthology does it down to the letter.


Twilight's Taylor Lautner makes his bid for solo action stardom.

Abduction: The Megumi Yokota Story

The Abductors

Abe Osheroff: One Foot in the Grave, the Other Still Dancing

Abigail Lesley Is Back in Town

"The Abortion Diaries" and "Teen Mami"

About a Boy

About Baghdad

About Last Night

Sexual perversity is released with gleeful abandon in this second film outing for Mamet's 40-year-old play.

About Schmidt

About Time

Love Actually maestro wants to make you cry with this romantic dramedy.

Above the Rim

The Abyss

Academy Award Best Picture Nominees: Part 1

Academy Award-Nominated Animated Shorts 2006

See this year's five nominees and some additional animated shorts.

Academy Award-Nominated Animated Shorts 2009

The Academy gets animated.

Academy Award-Nominated Documentary Shorts 2005

A rare opportunity to see what's considered the best in the field of short docs; plus all four nominees have a socio-political bent.

Academy Award-Nominated Live Action Shorts 2006

And the Oscar goes to … see the five nominees and judge for yourself.

Academy Award-Nominated Live-Action Shorts 2009

Good things come in small packages.

Academy Award-Nominated Short Film Showcase 2005 (Live Action and Animated)

Academy Award-Nominated Short Films 2003

A package of some of the most recent animated and live-action Oscar nominees.

Academy Award-Nominated Short Films 2004

A program of eight short films nominated for live-action and animated Academy Awards in 2004.

Academy Award-Nominated Shorts 2002

Academy Award-Nominated Shorts 2003

Academy Awards Party



Accepted asserts that a college run by students might be better than its institutional alternative, but who wants education advice from the creators of such a witless, uninspired excuse for a college comedy?

Access Denied


A radio deejay returns home to India from a foreign trip to discover that his activist wife has died in an accident. But was it really an accident?

Acción Mutante

The Accompanist

"The Accused"

Ace in the Hole

Ace Ventura: Pet Detective

Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls

Aces: Iron Eagle III

The Acid House

Across the Sea of Time 3D

Across the Universe

Julie Taymor takes the timelessness of the Beatles' music and yanks it earthward into a minefield of literalism.

Act of Aggression

The Act of Seeing With One's Own Eyes

Act of Valor

Navy SEALs conduct a rescue mission in this film that employed actual soldiers and their experiences in its making.

Action Replayy

This Bollywood film mixes science fiction and romantic comedy.



Hugh Dancy and Rose Byrne co-star in this love story about a guy with Asperger's Syndrome and the girl who lives next door.

Adam & Steve

It’s an honest, refreshing comedy about love – gay, straight, or both – and is a date movie for all occasions and persuasions.

Adam Sandler's Eight Crazy Nights

Adam's Apples

Pitting a skinhead against a priest, this Danish comedy, like most of that country's dramas, is dark, dark, dark.

Adam's Rib

Adam's Rib


Addams Family Values

Uncle Fester finds love.

The Addams Family


This erotic thriller is based on the best-selling novel by Zane.

Addicted to Fresno

Natasha Lyonne and Judy Greer co-star as sisters in off-color comedy

Addicted to Love

The Addiction

Adios Amigo

The Adjuster

The Adjustment Bureau

Based on a Philip K. Dick story, this multilayered romantic thriller stars Matt Damon and Emily Blunt.


Tina Fey and Paul Rudd go rom-drahm, while Lily Tomlin runs circles around everyone.

Adolescence of Utena

Adopt a Minefield Film Festival


Atom Egoyan returns ambitiously to form with this probing, if not always successful, drama that reveals his ongoing fascination with the subjective nature of truth.

Adrenalin: Fear the Rush

Adrenaline Drive

Adrift in Tokyo

Adult Beginners

After failing in enterprise, a man returns to his childhood home


The Adventurers

Adventures in Babysitting

Adventures in Great Film Music

The Adventures of Baron Munchausen

The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension

Wonderfully fun, albeit markedly chaotic and incoherent, Buckaroo Banzai is one of those movies that has earned a strong cult reputation on the basis of its mile-a-minute cross-cultural references and pseudoscientific mumbo jumbo.

Adventures of Captain Marvel

The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland

Adventures of Felix

The Adventures of Huck Finn

The Adventures of Milo & Otis

The Adventures of Pete & Pete

The Adventures of Pinocchio

The Adventures of Pluto Nash

Adventures of Power

All Power wants is to be the best possible air drummer he can be.

The Adventures of Prince Achmed

In this groundbreaking silent film, Reininger employs cutout silhouettes filmed in front of hand-tinted backgrounds to tell animated stories from The Arabian Nights. The effect is like watching lace figurines.

The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert

A trio of “showgirls” – two drag queens and one transgender – venture out of tolerant, big-city Sydney and into the wilds of central Australia.

The Adventures of Robin Hood

Mixing a touch of self-mockery with all its derring-do and romance, this Errol Flynn classic remains fun through the decades and is also marked by its ravishing color and score by Erich Wolfgang Korngold.

The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle

The Adventures of Sebastian Cole

The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl in 3-D

Robert Rodriguez adds a dimension with this kids fantasy movie, but only in the most literal sense – 3-D.

Adventures of the Great Mouse Detective

The Adventures of Tintin

Steven Spielberg brings Hergé's comic books to animated life.

The Advocate

Aelita: Queen of Mars

Austin quintet, the Invincible Czars, debut a new score for this Soviet science-fiction propaganda film chock-full of Constructivist set design.

Aeon Flux

Its heart is in the right place, but Aeon Flux's head is just a little too high to make much sense.

Aerosmith Concert: You Gotta Move

An Affair of Love (Une Liaison Pornographique)

The Affair of the Necklace

An Affair To Remember


Afghan Star

In Afghanistan's version of American Idol, there's a lot more at stake than the glory.

Afraid of Everything

Afraid of the Dark

African Adventure 3D: Safari in the Okavango

African Cats

Lions and cheetahs in the African savanna look lovely onscreen but are imbued with human emotions.

The African Queen

African-American Independent Film Festival (Southwestern University)

Africa’s Elephant Kingdom

Afropunk: The "Rock n Roll Nigger" Experience

After Dark Horrorfest 2007: 8 Films to Die For

After Earth

Often gorgeous, sometimes fascinating, this Smith-family outing is ultimately unwieldy and unsurprising.

After Innocence

This documentary raises staggering questions about virtually every aspect of the criminal-justice system as it follows what happens to several convicts who have been exonerated by DNA evidence submitted by the Innocence Project.

After Last Season

Opening this week in only 4 U.S. cities, this self-described psycho-thriller has selected Austin as one of the lucky few.

After Life

After the Sunset

Possibly the ideal film to more or less ignore while lounging poolside and sipping Jamaican rum, After the Sunset is 100-proof pap.

After the Thin Man

After Tiller

After the assassination of Dr. George Tiller, what's life like for the 4 remaining doctors who perform late-term abortions in this country?

After Words

Marcia Gay Harden stars as a lonely woman on vacation in an exotic locale


Afternoon Delight

A woman creates a tempest in her domestic teapot when she invites a lap dancer to stay with her family.

Against the Grain: Vive La Revolucion Festival

Against the Ropes

Like a lot of sports movies, this biopic about boxing promoter Jackie Kallen is better than it has to be but not as good as it ought to be.

Agatha and the Storm

The Age of Innocence

The Age of Wal-Mart

Agent Cody Banks

Agent Cody Banks 2: Destination London

Frankie Muniz, playing the star agent of the CIA's kiddie corps, saves the day in London.

Agent Vinod

Bollywood tries to launch a James Bond-like franchise.

Agente XU 777




Agliff Oscar Night Party

aGLIFF Oscar Party

Agliff Outdoor Surprise

aGLIFF Secret Cinema


Bollywood action thriller.

Agnes Browne

The Agony and the Ecstacy

The Agronomist

Jonathan Demme's riveting documentary about slain Haitian populist and radio personality Jean Dominique.

Aguirre, the Wrath of God

Ah! My Goddess: Flights of Fancy

Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry

Alison Klayman's doc is as much a rallying cry for freedom of expression as it is a portrait in progress of an artist whose career is ongoing.



Aileen: Life and Death of a Serial Killer

Executed serial killer Aileen Wuornos leaves little doubt as to her sanity in this second Nick Broomfield documentary on the subject.

Aileen Wuornos: The Selling of a Serial Killer

Aimé Césaire, A Voice That Goes Down Through History – Part I: The Vigilant Island

"Aimé Césaire, A Voice That Goes Down Through History – Part III"

Aimé Césaire, A Voice That Goes Down Through History – Part II: Where the Edges of Conquest Meet

Aimée & Jaguar

Ain't It Cool News Night

Air Bud

Air Bud: Golden Receiver

Air De Famille, Un

Air Force One

The Air I Breathe

The Air Up There




Bollywood actioner




Bollywood takes on Jane Austen's Emma.

Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani

This new Bollywood film is a romantic comedy.


Eighteen-year-old Brit from an unhappy background re-invents himself as a member of the aristocracy. He's also working out his gay identity. And it's told in triptyches, too.

A/k/a Tommy Chong

Chong cuts a hugely sympathetic figure in the story of his legal troubles after Operation Pipe Dreams, an anti-paraphernalia sweep that specifically targeted his bong business.

Akeelah and the Bee

This story about a girl from the ghetto who wins the national spelling bee has lofty if sometimes unfulfilled goals, but is a rewarding tale nevertheless.


Telugu fantasy.


This animated science fiction based on a graphic novel set the modern standard of excellence for Japanese anime.

Akira Kurosawa’s Dreams

Al Franken: God Spoke

The film follows around comedian and politico Franken without managing to either inflame or inspire the viewer or add much new information to Franken's already well-documented history.



Bollywood takes on the famous fairy tale to create a family-oriented adventure fantasy.

The Alamo Apprentice Boardroom

The Alamo: Myth on Film

Alamo Public Access

Alamo Trailerthon Showcase

The Alamo

The Alamo

In this round of historical revisionism there's not much to remember except, maybe, Davy Crockett becoming a fiddler on the roof.

Alan & Naomi

Alan Partridge

Steve Coogan’s comical egomaniac Alan Partridge jumps from British television to the movie screen – with all of his smarm intact.

The Alarmist


Alaska: Spirit of the Wild

Albert Nobbs

This melancholy picture is distinguished by Glenn Close's vanishing act in the titular role.

Albino Alligator

Alcohol Is Dynamite

Alex & Emma

Alex Cross

Stretching out of his Madea comfort zone to play James Patterson's FBI profiler is a courageous but misguided move on Tyler Perry’s part.

Alex in Wonderland

Alex Rider: Operation Stormbreaker

Based on the first of a series of youth adventure books by Anthony Horowitz, this film introduces the teenage spy to film audiences.


Oliver Stone has achieved the impossible: He's made the life of Alexander the Great seem boring.

Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

This pleasant throwback to the live-action Disney films of yore provides brisk fun for all.

Alexander Nevsky



Jude Law's new Alfie is less tramp and more scamp: the modern metrosexual.


Ali: Fear Eats the Soul

Ali G Indahouse

Unlike its televised predecessor, Ali G Indahouse just isn’t that funny.

Alias Betty

Alice Adams

Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore

Alice et Martin

Alice in Wonderland

Sadly, the mirth-to-muck ratio in Tim Burton's new film is deeply imbalanced.

Alice in Wonderland Feast


Alien Blood: The Director's Cut

The Alien Factor

Alien Resurrection

Alien: The Director's Cut

Alien Trespass

Taking its cues from several classic 1950s sci-fi films, Alien Trespass is a deeply affectionate homage to the era when every kid on the block knew what "Klaatu borada nikto" meant.

Alien Vs. Predator

An asinine grudge match between two of the most memorable Eighties-era screen bugaboos


Aliens in the Attic

A group of kids save their vacation home from extraterrestrials while keeping their clueless elders out of the loop.

Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem

Apocalyptic monster mash makes big crash.


Weaver's Lt. Ripley and H.R. Giger's brainchild face off in Fincher's beautifully shot sequel that goes nowhere.


Alive & Kicking

All About Eve

A record 14 Oscar nominations for the cast and crew, this showbiz classic is as wicked and sophisticated as they come.

All About Evil

All About My Mother

All About My Mother merges all of Almodóvar's noted preoccupations with women on the verge of nervous breakdowns, screwball melodramas, and flamboyant visual touches with a cohesive – and universal – story about the faces and roles we all adopt in public.

All About Steve

Sandra Bullock plays it kooky in this romantic comedy in which she stalks a CNN cameraman (Bradley Cooper) with whom she's smitten.

All About the Benjamins

All Dogs Go to Heaven 2

All Dressed Up in White

Allá en el Rancho Grande

All Good Stuff: A New Kind of Variety Show

All I Want for Christmas

All in This Tea Feast

All is Grace: The Films of Robert Bresson

All Is Well

Bollywood family drama.

All Kindsa Girls: The Real Kids

All on a Mardi Gras Day

All Over Me

All Over Me and But I'm a Cheerleader

All Over the Guy

All Quiet on the Western Front

All That Gender Will Allow: The Works of Mocha Jean Herrup

All That Heaven Allows

All That I Need

Movies this bad don’t often get released anymore, a circumstance that instantly raises the curiosity factor of All That I Need.

All That Jazz

All the Best: Fun Begins

In this Bollywood film, comic events unfold in an effort to cover up an initial lie.

All the Colors of Darkness

All the King's Men

Despite an A-list cast and director, it's astonishing how bad this movie is.

All the King’s Men

All the President’s Men

All the Pretty Horses

All the Rage

All the Sins of Sodom

All the Vermeers in New York

All the Way Down

All the Women in the World

All Things Must Pass

Spirited doc traces the rise and fall of Tower Records

All Tomorrow's Parties: The Velvet Underground Story

All You Need Is Pag-ibig

Filipino romantic comedy


Bow Wow plays a National Guard soldier who goes AWOL in the early Nineties in this unfoused drama

Allegro Non Troppo


A Belgian riff on the pitch-black legend of the Honeymoon Killers

Alley Cat

Alley Cat Rock: Sex Hunter

All's Faire in Love

Christina Ricci stars in this strained romantic comedy set in the world of renaissance festivals.

Almost Famous

This sweet, amiable, and knowing coming-of-age tale is Cameron Crowe's semi-autobiographical boyz-to-men story about how he grew into the role of a rock & roll journalist in 1973.

Almost Heroes


Jennifer Connelly and Cillian Murphy play an odd and estranged mother and son


Cameron Crowe parks this rom-com in Hawaii

Alone in the Dark

There's a certain majesty to German director Boll's style of filmmaking: a freedom from art, talent, skill of any formal kind, and the sheer pigheadedness to keep going at any cost.

Along Came a Spider

Along Came Kinky … Texas Jewboy for Governor

Along Came Polly

Ben Stiller and Jennifer Aniston date and become more than just friends.

Alpha and Omega

This 3-D animated film is about two wolves trying to find their way back to their pack.

Alpha Dog

It’s a soggy true-crime drama – too serious to be trashy, too trashy to be serious.

Altered States

In this uneasy blend of the extreme visuals of director Ken Russell and the bloated dramaturgy of writer Paddy Chayefsky (who disowned this adaptation of his novel), Hurt plays an agnostic psychophysiologist who’s willing to try anything to find life’s answers: sensory deprivation tanks, mushrooms, you name it.

Alternative and Independent Video


Alvin and the Chipmunks

What's it all about, Alvin? This by-the-numbers attempt at a chipmunk revival is not bright-eyed and bushy-tailed.

Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked

We're wondering if anyone will call the ASPCA if we leave these animated rodents chipwrecked far from civilization.

Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip

Call the exterminator: The tuneful rodents are back

Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel

Alvin, Simon, and Theodore have good reason to squeak: Girl chipmunks enter the picture.

Alvin Purple

Aly and AJ

Amadeus: Director's Cut

Amandla! A Revolution in Four-Part Harmony

Amarilly of Clothesline Alley


The Amati Girls

Amazing Grace

Unfortunately, what makes British abolitionist William Wilberforce a great man is also what makes him dull: his single-minded righteousness.

"Amazing Grace: Jeff Buckley"

Amazing Panda

The Amazing Panda Adventure

The Amazing Spider-Man 2

More proves to be less for Spidey this time out.

The Amazing Spider-Man

The Amazing Spider-Meh might be a better name for this dullish retread.


Amazonia: Voices From the Rainforest

"The Ambassador"

The Ambassador

With daring, gonzo filmmaking, this documentary film penetrates the blood-diamond trade in the Central African Republic.

AMC Best Picture Showcase


Hilary Swank stars as Amelia Earhart in Mira Nair's big-budget biopic.

Amélie Feast


America: Freedom to Fascism

Although grounded in Libertarian theory, this documentary by producer-turned-director Aaron Russo presents provocative material about the perceived illegality of income taxes – and various freedom-restricting consequences of the new world order.

America: Imagine the World Without Her

Another book by conservative political commentator Dinesh D'Souza gets the documentary treatment.

America Unchained

America's Sweethearts

American Artifact: The Rise of American Rock Poster Art

This documentary crosses the country to chronicle the rise of American rock poster art since its birth in the Sixties. Among the many artists interviewed are Stanley Mouse, Frank Kozik, Victor Moscoso, and dozens more.

American Astronaut

Scripted and directed by the frontman of the musical group the Billy Nayer Show, American Astronaut is an imaginative and resourceful spectacle.

American Beauty

This Oscar winner is a bleak comedy of suburban mores and one man's sudden rejection of the arrangement.

American Beer

American Beer Feast

American Buffalo

An American Carol

Michael Moore and left-leaning Hollywood are the subjects of this spoof that's missing only one thing: comedy.

American Chai

American Cyborg: Steel Warrior

American Detective

American Dream

American Dreamz

American Dreamz tries to satirize the vapidity of American popular culture; instead, the film gets trapped beneath its own wheels.

American Drug War: The Last White Hope

American Fabulous

American Flyers

American Graffiti

American Grindhouse

American Hardcore

Crammed with grainy, shot-on-the-fly mid-Eighties video footage, recent interviews, and a genuine love for its subject, American Hardcore encapsulates a largely forgotten moment in maximum rock & roll history.

An American Haunting

A satanic-possession thriller set in 1817 stars Donald Sutherland and Sissy Spacek – to little avail.

American Heart

American History X

American Hustle

It's all about the hair, the performances, and the grift and graft in this unpredictable new offering from David O. Russell.

An American in Paris French Feast

American Indian Graffiti

American Job

American Mary

The plastic surgery performed in this horror film gives real meaning to going under the knife.

American Matchmaker

American Me

Olmos delivers a stark and unflinching study of the self-destructive perpetuation of violence, crime, and gang warfare in the Hispanic-American community.

American Movie

American Mullet

An American Opera: The Greatest Pet Rescue Ever

American Outlaws

American Pie

American Pie 2

American Pimp

American Pop

American Psycho

American Reunion

Thirteen years after American Pie jump-started sexual innuendo for a new generation, this sequel is the best one in the series.

American Sniper

Clint Eastwood and Bradley Cooper tell Chris Kyle's war story.

American Teen

A princess, jock, rebel, heartthrob, and geek: It could be The Breakfast Club, but American Teen is instead a documentary that ducks the consequences of its own making.

American: The Bill Hicks Story

The rants of the late, great stand-up comic Bill Hicks sound as fresh and brilliant as ever.

American Ultra

This stoner action rom-com stars Jesse Eisenberg and Kristen Stewart

American Wedding

American YouthWorks Student Film Festival

The American

George Clooney stars in this thoughtful thriller from the director of Control, the biopic about Joy Division's Ian Curtis.

¡americanos!: Latino Life in the United States

America's Heart & Soul

Inspirational documentary is about Americans with true grit working in a land where seldom is heard a discouraging word.


The self-serving sub-prime mortgage boom of 2007 proves seductive to a fading collegiate ballplayer.

Amira & Sam

Cross-cultural love between a U.S. soldier and an Iraqi girl flourishes in the Big Apple.


Amityville 3-D

The Amityville Horror preview

The Amityville Horror

A dream home on Long Island is not all it's cracked up to be: The family inside sees dead people.

The Amityville Horror

Amityville II: The Possession

AMODA Performance Series

Among Giants

Amores Perros

Three stories about beast and man.

Amos & Andrew


In this delightfully human and sweetly comic ode to the contemporary immigrant experience in a post-9/11 “Amreeka,” a Palestinian mother and son create a world of possibilities.


Doc about the life of Amy Winehouse is revelatory, amusing, and deeply devastating

Amy's Orgasm

An Act of Conscience

An All My Relations, Grown Upd Surface Drive

An American in Paris

Even if you think you've watched this musical to death during home viewings, you have never really seen this most tragic of all the director's tragic musicals if you haven't viewed it on a big screen with its shimmering color photography.

An American Rhapsody

An American Tail: Fievel Goes West

Produced by Steven Spielberg, this animated film follows the further adventures of the Mousekewitz family, who came to America to escape the cat pogroms.

An American Werewolf in London

For its time, this movie was a radical melange of genuine horror and self-aware comic touches, not to mention the fabulous Rick Baker special effects.

An American Werewolf in Paris

An Angel at My Table

An Awfully Big Adventure

An Unfinished Piece for Player Piano


Telugu film.


Anacondas: The Hunt for the Blood Orchid

A Hollywood vessel of doom hunts for the Big Squeeze.

Analyze That

Analyze This


A teen searches for belonging and unconditional love in this animated film set against the sanitized background of the Russian Revolution.


Anatomy of a Brat

Anatomy of a Murder

The Anatomy of Prejudice


Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues

Ron Burgundy is back – and the legend continues, at least in his own mind.

Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy

Will Ferrell's Anchorman needs more work behind the scenes.

Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy premiere

Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy Quote-Along

… And God Created Woman

… And God Spoke (the making of …)

And Now ... Ladies and Gentlemen

Claude Lelouch’s new movie starring Jeremy Irons is a cat-burgler story set in sunny, faraway locales.

And Now for Something Completely Different

And So It Goes

Diane Keaton and Michael Douglas are ill-served by director by Rob Reiner in this odd-couple romance.

… And the Dead Shall Rise!


Andre the Giant Has a Posse

Andrei Rublev

Andrew Lloyd Webber's The Phantom of the Opera

The plodding stage musical finally comes to the big screen, its relentlessly bombastic score intact with a vengeance.

Andy Warhol's Dracula

Andy Warhol's Frankenstein (Aka Flesh for Frankenstein)


Tamil romantic thriller.

Angel Baby

Angel Dust

Angel Eyes


Luc Besson delivers a gorgeous-looking but ill-conceived mash note to the city of Paris that stars a petty crook and an ethereal beauty.



Angela's Ashes

Angelitos Negros

Angels & Demons

The chase is on, but there's no Holy Grail to be found in this suspenseless trail of decoded symbols.

Angels and Insects

Angel's Egg (presented with live musical score by My Education)

Angels From Hell

Angels in Stardust

Alicia Silverstone and AJ Michalka star in this story of a small-town dreamer.

Angels in the Outfield

The Angels' Share

Scottish social-realist director Ken Loach is back with a new movie about young delinquents and a whisky-distillery heist.

Angels Sing

This sugarcoated Christmas tale is an Austin-born and -bred affair.

Angels With Dirty Faces

After growing up gtogether in New York's mean streets, one boy becomes a lifelong criminal (Cagney) while the other serves God (O'Brien) and a pre-stardom Bogart plays the attorney who's involved in their affairs.

Anger Management


Angora Ranch

Angry Monk: Reflections on Tibet



The Ani-Mazing Anime Collection

Animal Crackers

Animal Love

The Animal

Animals Were Harmed in the Making of This Movie & Roam Sweet Home

The Animals

Ánimas Trujano

Animated Documentaries: Fact or Contradiction

Animated Films by Jan Svankmajer

Animated Films by the Brothers Quay

Animation Madness of Max Fleischer

The Animation Show 3

Animé Movie Monday

Anita O'Day: The Life of a Jazz Singer

This celebratory documentary skips briskly over the 60-plus-year career of one of jazz's pre-eminent and most original singers.


Tamil film.

Anjaana Anjaani

This Hindi romantic comedy is set in San Francisco and Las Vegas.



Anna and the King

Anna Freud: Under Analysis

Anna Karenina

Joe Wright's bold but empty imagining of Tolstoy's classic is set mostly within the walls of a theatre.


The doll from hell is back.


Annapolis is a thick but hardly meaty slice of old-school Hollywood hokum.


Anne Frank Remembered


See it today, for tomorrow there will be another filmed version.


This Annie is of our time, even if we've grown remote from spunky little girls.

Annie Get Your Gun

Annie Hall

Annie Sing-Along

The Anniversary Party


Charlie Kaufman goes inside the minds of puppets


Normally a maker of big, explosive movies, Roland Emmerich directs this conspiracy-minded potboiler which questions the veracity of Shakespeare's authorship.

Another Day in Paradise

Another Earth

Shaky science fiction shacks up with a corny redemption tale in this Sundance Film Festival double award-winner.

Another Glorious Day

Another Stakeout

Another Tack

Another Thin Man

Another "Very Special" Episode

Another You

The Ant Bully

Childhood's fascination with all things small and squirmy makes this story of a boy who becomes an ant a pleasant, if undernourished, tale.

Anthony Kaun Hai?


Anton Chekhov's The Duel

This is an even-handed portrait of discontented lovers: A love that starts out in a fever winds up with lots of pistol-waving.

Antonia & Jane

Antonia's Line

Antonio Gaudí

Antwone Fisher


Anvil! The Story of Anvil

Rust never sleeps, and metal never dies in this doc about the band Anvil.

Any Given Sunday

Stone's tale of a professional football team is full of excess, machismo, and a ripped-out eyeball.

Anything Else

Woody Allen's latest was not screened before press time.

Anywhere But Here


Not reviewed at press time.

Apartment Zero

The Apartment

Lemmon plays a company man who tries to climb the corporate ladder by loaning out his bachelor pad to illicitly trysting higher-ups. As usual, office politics makes for some strange bedfellows in this comedy.

Apathy or Action: The Struggle for Human Rights


Bollywood film about an ex-boxer whose career was cut short and the expectations he has of his sons to fulfill his legacy.

Apocalypse Now Redux

Apollo 18

This secretive film's premise is that it reveals suppressed footage of the U.S. government's secret mission to the moon.

Apollo 13

Howard's take on the ill-fated 1970 moon shot is filled with the almost unassailable heroics of the U.S. space program and the genuine urgency of history.

The Apostle


Ed Harris takes a turn behind the camera again in this Western in which he co-stars with Viggo Mortensen, Renée Zellweger, and Jeremy Irons.

The Apparition

A supernatural presence is released during a college experiment.


Danish actor Paprika Steen's turn as a fresh-from-rehab alcoholic is a tour de force performance.

The Apple Dumpling Gang

The Apple

The Apple

Appleseed: Ex Machina

Après le Réconciliation

Après Vous

Two of France's top actors pair up for this wishful farce about good deeds and their consequences.

April Showers

Apt Pupil

Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters

Absurdist non sequiturs and deadpan pauses emanate from an animated milkshake, a box of french fries, and a ball of ground beef.


Based on a young adult novel by Alice Hoffman, the film is about two best girlfriends who meet up with … a mermaid!

Arab and Jew: Wounded Spirits in the Promised Land

Arabian Knight



The Architect

This well-meaning social drama about the intersecting lives of a dysfunctional, upper-middle-class family in suburbia and the residents of a deteriorating public-housing project is flimsy at best.

The Architecture of Doom

Arctic Tale

The filmmakers crafted their nature footage into a kid-friendly "narrative" about the itty-bitty walrus and the little polar bear that could.

Are the Kids Alright?

Are We Done Yet?

Who could have foreseen that Ice Cube's path Straight Outta Compton would lead to family-friendly movies about the complications of life in the suburbs?

Are We There Yet?

Despite bearing a title that practically cries out for disrespect from antsy filmgoers, the new Ice Cube picture (he stars as well as co-produces) demonstrates the actor's amiable side and proves he can headline a family picture.


Aristide and the Endless Revolution

Arizona Dream

Arlington Road

Arlo & Julie

Steve Mims concocts a mischievous story about a happy, if rudderless Austin couple



Armor of God II: Operation Condor


An armored truck robbery of $42 million is an inside job in this action film starring Matt Dillon, Laurence Fishburne, and Jean Reno.

The Armstrong Lie

What's a filmmaker to do with all the footage shot during Lance Armstrong's inspirational bicycling comeback in 2009 but reshape it into a documentary about a sports hero who couldn't stop lying?

Army of Darkness

Horror/humor hybrid is the weak third of Raimi's trilogy.

Army of Darkness Quote-Along

Army of Shadows

Although made in 1969, this French masterpiece by Jean-Pierre Melville is receiving its first stateside release.

Around the Amazon in 80 Minutes

Around the Bend

Family elixir is by turns weepy and hilarious, a little bit Caine and a whole lotta Walken.

Around the Fire

Around the World in 80 Days

Jackie Chan finally emerges as plausible English-language star in this international romp that's as light as a hot-air balloon.

Around the World in Eighty Days


Arrested Development

The Arrival

Arráncame La Vida (Tear This Heart Out)


Arsenic and Old Lace

Art & Copy

Art and Craft

Mark Landis is an expert forger who donates his work to museums, and this doc makes no judgments about this curious man.

Art for Teachers of Children

Art From the Streets

This locally made documentary about homelessness, art, and community service tracks the lives of five Austin homeless people who participate in a unique art program. Viewers will witness homeless camps, visit the twice weekly art "classes," experience the annual show & sale, and see how this program changes the lives of all involved. Filmmaker Blaylock will be in attendance for a Q&A following the film. See for more info.

The Art of Dying

The Art of Getting By

As coming-of-age dramas go, this one is flaccid and endlessly irksome.

The Art of the Steal

This documentary looks at the quandary faced in Philadelphia about moving the Barnes Foundation, home to a premier Postimpressionist collection.

The Art of War

Art School Confidential

This follow-up to Terry Zwigoff and Daniel Clowes’ transcendent Ghost World is too scattershot to be truly great, but their smarty-pants campus yarn is on fire with satire.



Classic performances are delivered by all involved; Gielgud even won an Oscar in this old-timey dipsomaniacal comedy.


The bubbles have gone out of Russell Brand's remake of the 30-year-old original.

Arthur and the Invisibles

Live-action/animation hybrid from Luc Besson features a host of hip vocal talent but little more.

Arthur Christmas

The folks at Aardman Animation, who gave us Wallace & Gromit, seve up an instant – and funny – holiday classic.

Arthur Newman

Colin Firth and Emily Blunt star in this road picture about two people who try to escape their identities but fall in love and learn to accept their responsibilities.

Article Ninety-Nine

The Artist Formerly Known as Captain Beefheart

The Artist

It's a silent, black-and-white film for the 21st century, full of coy delights.

Artists and Models

Arzak Rhapsody

Arzak Rhapsody is a gorgeous and easily digested slice of Gallic animé by Heavy Metal magazine creator Moebius. American premiere.

As Above/So Below

There are things in the catacombs beneath Paris that should remain underground.

As Good as it Gets

Nicholson and Hunt both won Oscars for their respective roles as a rude and obsessive-compulsive writer and the waitress who grows to love him.

As if Nothing Happened

As It Is in Heaven

As Tears Go by


Ashes and Diamonds

Ashes of Time

Asia Fest 2008 Mini Film Festival

Asian Connection

Asian Horror Films

Ask Not

Ask the Dust

The legendary screenwriter and occasional director Robert Towne here adapts and directs John Fante's Depression-era novel about a first-generation Italian-American novelist and his life in Los Angeles.


Aspen Extreme

The Asphalt Jungle

Assassination of a High School President

The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford

The Assassination of Jesse James may be the world’s first epic of misguided hero worship.

The Assassination of Richard Nixon

First-time director Niels Mueller tells "the mad story of a true man" in this tragic portrait of Sam Bicke, who tried to fly an airplane into the White House in 1974.


"Assassins: A Film Concerning Rimbaud"

Assault on Precinct 13

Assault on Precinct 13

This new version of John Carpenter's classic is superfluous in the extreme, and while it’s not technically a bad movie, per se, viewers unfamiliar with the film’s lineage will likely write it off as yet another midwinter also-ran, the sort of action film that never quite takes off and instead focuses on random gun battles and cheesy dialogue.

Assault With a Deadly Weapon

Assisted Living

Greenebaum's superstylized first feature attempts to mesh fiction with nonfiction while remaining a narrative, and it attempts to do it almost entirely in the confines of a nursing home, entirely in one day.

The Associate

Astérix Et La Surprise De César (1985) & "The Little Prince"

Astro Boy

This American-bred Astro Boy remains true to the heart and soul of the Japanese original but lacks its raw animation and emotions.

The Astronaut Farmer

This note-perfect film by the Polish brothers almost could be a relic from another age, an inspirational drama about staying true to one’s dreams no matter the social, economic, or emotional cost.

The Astronaut's Wife

The Astronomer


In this adaptation of Patrick McGrath's novel, Natasha Richardson and Ian McKellan wonder if the patients have taken over the asylum.


At Any Price

This family drama puts a human face on corporate agribusiness.

At First Sight

At Ground Zero

At Play in the Fields of the Lord

At the Death House Door

"At the River I Stand"


This French classic is a work of enduring poetry that has launched a thousand other movies. Vigo died shortly after completing the shoot. Nearly 10 minutes of footage were restored in the early Nineties.


"Atenco: Breaking the Siege"

Atharintiki Daaredi

Telugu comedy.

Atithi Tum Kab Jaoge?

In this Bollywood comedy, the household of a married Mumbai couple is disrupted when a houseguest overstays his visit.


Wicked smart examination of black kids in modern Atlanta features talented young actors navigating the circuitous path to adulthood while spending their downtime at the local roller rink.


Atlantis: The Lost Empire

Atlas Shrugged: Part I

The first third of Ayn Rand's creative diss of collectivism and groupthink gets a film workout.

Atlas Shrugged: Part II

Atlas isn't the only one to shrug off this tiresome load of Ayn Rand – but with poor production values.

Atlas Shrugged: Who Is John Galt?

Audiences shrug back.

Ator the Fighting Eagle

Attack of the Aztec Mummy

The Attack

When the wife of an assimilated Arab in Israel is identified a suicide bomber, the unwitting husband questions both his marriage and hiss Palestinian identity.

The Attacks of 26/11

This Bollywood drama is based on the events of Nov. 26, 2008, when Pakistani terrorists attacked numerous Mumbai locations.

Au Hasard Balthazar

Au Revoir, Les Enfants

Au Revoir, Mon Amour

L'Auberge Espagnole

Audible Picture Show

Audience of One


A horror film masquerading as a deeply disturbing meditation on the war between the sexes, Audition tells the story of a lonely Japanese film producer and widower who stages a film audition, ostensibly to cast a new film, but really to find a new wife.

August: Osage County

Plates are broken and egos are trampled on in this wonderful ensemble rendition of Tracy Letts' Pulitzer Prize-winning play.

August Rush

August Rush is a rather prosaic, oddly anxious, contemporary take on Oliver Twist, with Robin Williams – in nasty-man twee mode – thrown in for bad measure.

August Sun

Auntie Mame

The Aura

A sure winner for arthouse audiences with crossover appeal, Fabián Bielinsky's The Aura spins a purely enjoyable web of intrigue within a meditative, dreamlike setting.

Aurora Picture Show

Aurora Picture Show's Rock Star Parking


Keri Russell plays a woman who vacations in a Jane Austen fantasy camp, but the film is lacking in sense and sensibility.

Austin Asian American Film Festival

Austin Asian American Film Festival Preview

Austin Asian Film Festival

Austin Bike-In Theatre

Austin Fair Trade Film Festival

Austin Film Festival 2005

Austin Film Festival 2006

Austin Film Festival 2007

Austin Filmworks Student Films

Austin Found: A Short Experience

Austin Fuzion

Austin Gay & Lesbian International Film Festival 2006

Austin Gay & Lesbian International Film Festival

Austin Gay & Lesbian International Film Festival (aGLIFF)

Austin Goes Classical

Austin Heart of Film Festival

Austin Indie Film Exposition

Austin IndyMedia Presents

Austin Jewish Film Festival

Austin Jewish Film Festival: The Art of Reel-ism

Austin Live Music Archives: Vol. 1

Austin Media Arts Committee Screenings

Austin Nordic Film Fest

Austin Past and Present

Austin Powers in Goldmember

Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery

Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me

Austin Short Ends 2 Showcase and Fundraiser

Austin Star Trek: Voyager Fans

Austin Stories: Episode 3 and "Hunky Dory"

Austin Sun Fest

Austin Taco Crawl With Broken Lizard: The Slammin' Salmon

'Austin, Texas: East Side Blues' and Reunion

Austin Underground Film Festival

Austin Woman's Film, Music & Literary Festival

Austin Woman’s Film, Music & Literary Festival

Austin Women in Support of the Women of Afghanistan

Austin Yuri's Night Celebration

Austin's Funniest Filmmaker Contest


Baz Luhrmann teams with fellow Aussies Nicole Kidman and Hugh Jackman for this romantic action-adventure epic.

Autism: The Musical

Auto Focus

Autonagar Surya

Telugu language action film.


The Autumn Heart

Autumn in New York

Autumn Sonata

Autumn Spring

Autumn Sun

Autumn Tale

Avant Cinema: A Dazzling Trio

Avatar: Special Edition

The Avengers


Avenue Montaigne

A young Frenchwoman moves to Paris from with nothing but the knapsack on her back and the innocent gleam in her eye.

Avery Beer Experience

The Aviator's Wife



The phenomenon of "anesthetic awareness," in which the patient is fully conscious yet physically paralyzed during surgery, is grist for this psychological thriller.


In this new Bollywood film, a gangster has the job of keeping an eye on his boss' mistress, a girl who was sold to him in the flesh trade.

Away We Go

See it for the many lovely performances, although the film’s vision of Gen-Y nesting is liable to leave you up a tree.

Awesome: I Fuckin' Shot That!

A Beastie Boys concert as filmed by 50 giddy fans.

An Awesome Night With the Beastie Boys

The Awful Truth

Ayn Rand: A Sense of Life




After his son's death, an Indian father-in-law tries to get his daughter-in-law remarried.


Melvin Van Peebles' son Mario pays tribute to his groundbreaking film Sweet Sweetback's Baad Asssss Song, and also settles a few old Oedipal scores along the way.

The Baader Meinhof Complex

This gripping lesson in the recent history of terrorism is an electrifying, morally complex story of the evil that true believers do in the name of the greater good.


Action, romance, comedy, and thrills abound in this new Telugu film.

Baahubali: The Beginning

This first part of a planned two-part epic is showing in Tamil, Telugu, and Hindi

Bab'Aziz: The Prince Who Contemplated His Soul

In the Tunisian desert, a young girl and her grandfather spin stories of woe, lost love, and religious disenchantment in this trancelike movie.


A pig finds his destiny – and it's not as Christmas dinner.

Babe Organic Vegetarian Feast

The Babe

Babe: Pig in the City

Babette's Feast


Although these documentary images of human babies from around the world are beguiling, the film's lack of conclusions is frustrating.


An elite counterintelligence task force fights terrorism in India.

Baby Boy

Baby Day

Baby Doll

Baby Face

Baby Geniuses

Baby Mama

Tina Fey and Amy Poehler skewer motherhood but make sure that nothing gets terribly burnt.

Baby: Secret of the Lost Legend

Baby, the Rain Must Fall

Baby's Day Out

The Baby-Sitters Club


Babylon A.D.

Vin Diesel stars as a mercenary hired to escort a woman with a dangerous virus out of Russia.

The Bachelor


This comedy about four female friends on the eve of one’s nuptials is at times dangerously funny.

Bachna Ae Haseeno

New Bollywood romance.

Back Against the Wall

Back to School

Back to the Future

Back to the Future Trilogy Feast

The Back-up Plan

Jennifer Lopez is back with a new romantic comedy about a woman whose biological clock is out of sync with her life.



Backpack Picnic DVD Release Party

Backroad Diner


Two buddies take a road trip to Montreal in this shaggy dog tale that was an Austin Film Festival Audience Award winner.

Backseat Media Festival

The Backyard

Bad Behavior

Bad Boy Bubby

Bad Boys

Bad Boys

Bad Boys II

Bay does it bigger and badder than ever.

Bad Company

Bad Company

Bad Girls

Bad Guy

Early film from South Korea's enfant terrible Kim Ki-duk is a coarse and distubing drama about obsessive love.

Bad Kids Go to Hell

This Texas-made high school comedy that's based on a comic book mixes elements of The Breakfast Club with Scoobie Doo with uneven results.

Bad Lieutenant

Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans

Nic Cage delivers one of his best and most outrageous performances in Werner Herzog's cops-and-iguanas drama.

Bad Manners

Bad Milo!

In this gross but smart comedy from Jacob Vaughan, a man's stress grows into a monster that explodes from his rectum.

Bad Moon

Bad News Bears

This genial remake is Billy Bob Thornton’s game all the way.

Bad News Bears Premiere

The Bad News Bears

Bad Ronald

Bad Taste

Bad Teacher

Cameron Diaz productively sidesteps her good-times-gal image to play this human cancer who lays waste to everyone who gets in her way.

Bad Video Game Movies: The Definitive History


Badland is a well-meaning but pointlessly overblown drama about an American vet with post-traumatic stress disorder.



Hindi crime thriller.

Badmaash Company

In this Bollywood film, four friends start a business and succeed by doing all the wrong things.

Baggage Claim

Paul Patton stars in this rom-com about a desperate-to-wed flight attendant that never achieves liftoff.

Baghead Premiere



Bajirao Mastani

Hindi historical romance

Bajrangi Bhaijaan

Hindi drama

The Baker's Wife

La Balance

Ball of Fire

Ballad of a Soldier

The Ballad of AJ Weberman

The Ballad of Cable Hogue

The Ballad of Esequiel Hernandez

The Ballad of Gregorio Cortez

The Ballad of Jack and Rose

An insular father-daughter relationship comes apart in writer-director Rebecca Miller's drama, which also stars her actor-husband Daniel Day-Lewis.

The Ballad of Little Jo

The Ballad of Narayama

The Ballad of Ramblin' Jack

The Ballad of the Sad Cafe

Ballet 422

Doc captures young dancer Justin Peck choreographing his first ballet

"Ballet Divas Self-Proclaimed"

Ballet Mécanique, Le

Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever

Balls of Fury

Goofy pingpong comedy gets by on the amiable nerd panache of chunky lead Dan Fogler.

Balls Out

College intramural football comedy features several SNL players


Balzac and the Little Chinese Seamstress

This Chinese film presents an uncharacteristically romantic look at the Cultural Revolution.


This Malian courtroom drama is like nothing you've ever seen: The people put the institutions of the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund on trial.


Band Baaja Baaraat

New Bollywood romantic comedy puts the focus on a pair of wedding planners.

A Band Called Death

A black proto-punk band from Detroit that wouldn't compromise on its name is unearthed in this music doc 35 years after recording their original demo tracks.

Band of Outsiders

The Band Wagon

Many astute people consider this witty backstage tale the greatest of all Minnelli's great musicals. Sublime performances, great musical numbers, and an inspired Betty Comden and Adolph Green script are the glue that holds together Minnelli's most masterful fusion of form, content, and froth.

Bandit Queen


The Band's Visit

A lost band of Egyptian musicians from a police orchestra find refuge with some Israeli townspeople.


A citywide battle of the bands provides the grist for this endearing youth film that was shot in Central Texas.


Banff Centre Radical Reels Tour

Banff Mountain Film Festival

Banff Mountain Film Festival and the Radical Reels Tour

Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour

Banff World Tour 2010

Bang Bang

Bollywood action film.

Bang Bang, the Mafia Gang

Bang the Drum Slowly

The Banger Sisters

Bangkok Dangerous

The Pang brothers' remake of their own film is all cock and no bang.

The Bank Dick

The Bank Job

When a gang of thieves break into some London safe-deposit boxes, they enter a world of police corruption, financial malfeasance, sexual degeneracy, political conspiracy, murder, torture, and upper-class salaciousness.

Bank Robber

Banned Toons

Bar Girls


This New Age tone poem captures images from 24 countries that transcend geographical and language barriers.

Barb Wire


Based on a French comic strip, Fonda and her then-husband Roger Vadim had a good time with this outrageous movie about the adventures of a 41st century sexual explorer. It makes virtually no sense, but the costumes are fetishistic gems and the set design trips the light fantastic.

The Barbarian Invasions

Winner of the Best Foreign Film Oscar, this French-Canadian film reunites a group of old friends.

The Barbarians

"Barbecue: A Texas Love Story"

It's enough to make even a vegetarian drool. Elley gets some of the state's favorite sons and daughters (Ann Richards, Dan Rather, Kinky Friedman, etc.) to testify about their barbecue beliefs and rituals.

The Barbecue People

The Barber of Seville

The Barber of Siberia


Barbershop 2: Back in Business

The franchise is back in business, though this time the project has a more calculated feel.

Barbie Nation: An Unauthorized Tour & "Superstar: The Karen Carpenter Story"


Barefoot Gen

Barenaked in America


This heartwarming Bollywood tale tells the life story of a man who is deaf and mute but lives life to the fullest.



Baristas compete for fame and glory, and the camera catches it all

Barn of the Blood Llama

Barney's Great Adventure: The Movie

Barney's Version

Paul Giamatti won a Golden Globe for his performance as Barney Panofsky in this film based on Mordecai Richler's 1997 novel.

Barnyard: The Original Party Animals

Yet another computer-animated film about talking animals offers a fine message for the kids, but little originality.

The Baron



Barry Lyndon


Barton Fink

For once, the Coen brothers' neurotic filmmaking style works to their advantage; it's giddily appropriate for a movie about a man who's losing his mind.

Barton Springs Stories

Based on a True Story



Basic Instinct

Basic Instinct 2

This wholly unwarranted sequel is so outrageously preposterous (and chockablock with bad dialogue) that the end result achieves a basement grandeur of near-epic proportions.


Basilisk: The Beginning

The Basketball Diaries


Bastards of the Party

Bat Out of Hell III: The Monster Is Loose

Batman & Robin

Batman Forever

Batman Returns

Gotham City is once again riven with crime, so Michael Keaton and director Tim Burton's Batman save the citizens from the megalomaniacs.

Batman: The Movie

Batman: Mask of the Phantasm

This animated Batman is from the same folks behind the TV cartoon series, and is a diverting take on the Caped Crusader.


*Batteries Not Included

Battle for Soviet Ukraine

Battle for Terra

An animated tale of a peace-loving race of creatures known as Terrians, who are invaded by alien humans.

Battle for the Minds

Battle in Heaven

Hot new Mexican director Carlos Reygadas is back with his second feature which pushes his unflinching imagery into provocative realms.

Battle in Seattle

The 1999 protests at the WTO meeting in Seattle provide the backdrop footage for this character drama.

Battle: Los Angeles

Aliens fight the U.S. Marines in a gritty urban war. Viewers are the losers.

The Battle of Algiers

One of the first films to successfully employ a pseudo-documentary approach, The Battle of Algiers presents the Algerian conflicts with their French colonial rulers during the years 1954-62.

The Battle of Canudos

Battle of the Year

In this dance competish, it's U.S.A. all the way.

Battle Royale

Fukasaku's violence-soaked film about a government-sponsored, survival-of-the-fittest contest among schoolchildren has caused storms of controversy.

Battle Royale and Battle Royale II

Battlefield America

It's You Got Served for a younger dance generation.

Battlefield Baseball

Battlefield Earth

Battles Without Honor and Humanity


Crass and hugely dumb aliens vs. multiple earthling navies: Must mean the start of summer movies has arrived.

Battleship Potemkin

Eisenstein's classic dramatization of the 1905 naval mutiny starts as a protest strike when the crew is given rotten meat for dinner and ends in a street riot - and a horrific police massacre – in Odessa.

Battlestar Galactica

Battlestar Galactica: "Razor"

Battlestar Galactica: Season 3 Premiere


The Baxter

Director Showalter (Comedy Central's Stella) misses a terrific opportunity to pull back the curtain on "the other guy" – the Baxter is the lead man's second fiddle in your standard romantic comedy – and ends up making a pretty good case for why the sad sack never gets the girl.

Bayou Maharajah: The Tragic Genius of James Booker

BBC Nature Films

Bbuddah: Hoga Terra Baap

A retired hit man has settled in Paris but comes back to India for one last job.

Be Cool

The follow-up to Elmore Leanard's Get Shorty is rife with star talent but short on inspiration.

Be Here to Love Me: A Film About Townes Van Zandt Premiere

Be Here to Love Me DVD Release

Be Kind Rewind

Michel Gondry's latest mind warp, which stars Jack Black and Mos Def, is long on vision and heart but short on narrative coherence.

The Beach Boys in London

The Beach

The Beaches of Agnès

The Beales: Grey Gardens Revisited

The Beales of Grey Gardens


The Beans of Egypt, Maine

Bear Cub

Spanish drama avoids the politics of gay adoption while focusing instead on realistic characters and situations.


Disneynature doc about an Alaskan bear family.

The Beast From 20,000 Fathoms

The Beast Must Die

The Beast Within

Beastie Boys Rap-Along


Beauty and the Beast is refashioned here for the contemporary teen set and stars I Am Number Four's Alex Pettyfer and Vanessa Hudgens.

The Beastmaster

Beasts of No Nation

Idris Elba co-stars in this Netflix drama about child soldiers in Africa

Beat Films: City Lights

Beat Films: Desolation Angels

Beat Films: The Dharma Bums

Beat Films: Sunflower Sutra

Beat Street

This hip-hop answer to the movie Fame presents the culture and breakdancing crews as viable alternatives to gang warfare.

The Beat That My Heart Skipped

A character study of a young man torn between disparate career paths as either an enforcer for his slumlord father or a virtuoso pianist, is underserved by its prosaic realism and adds little to the original.

Beats per Minute: 48 Hour Music Video Competition Screening

Beats, Rhymes & Life: The Travels of A Tribe Called Quest

The actor Michael Rapaport turns director for this admiring portrait of the seminal Nineties hip-hop outfit.

Beau Travail

Claire Denis' spare, ascetic film about a French Foreign Legionnaire in Northern Africa is deceptively dreamlike and stirring. It is a stunning work of beauty, mystery, contemplation, and grit.


The Beaumarchais Scoundrel


Beautiful Boxer

The Beautiful Country

A grueling journey is undertaken by a Vietnamese teen to find his absent mother in Ho Chi Minh City, and then his father, a former G.I., in Texas.

Beautiful Creatures

She's a witch, he's a mortal, and they both read Charles Bukowski: Some teens will never make it to heaven.

Beautiful Dreamers

Beautiful Girls

A Beautiful Mind

Beautiful People

Beautiful Thing

This is a sweet yet unsentimental coming-of-age film about two teenage boys in a working-class London suburb who fall in love.

The Beauty Academy of Kabul

This documentary shows how real power flows not from the barrel of a gun but rather a can of hairspray.

Beauty and the Beast

Beauty and the Beast

The Disney classic returns to theatres with a 3-D update.

Beauty and the Beast Sing-Along

Beauty in Trouble

In this Czech film, the tumultuous marriage of a couple, who only stop quarreling for bouts of sex, faces a reckoning.

Beauty Is Embarrassing

You may not know his name, but you know Wayne White's artwork from Pee-wee's Playhouse or his MTV award-winning design work.

Beauty Shop

Amiable Queen Latifah comedy is the latest offering from the Barbershop franchise.

The Beaver

Jodie Foster directs Mel Gibson in this odd family drama.

The Beaver Trilogy

Beavis and Butt-Head Do America

Bebe's Kids

Because I Said So

With a lazy, cliché, and rabid plot and paper-thin character development, this comedy's idea of fun involves the intergenerational discussion of orgasms.

Because of Winn-Dixie

There are no big surprises in this family picture, but neither is the admonition against working with children and animals appropriate here.

Beck '08 Live


Become the Sky

Becoming Jane

Jane Austen could spot a phony, and, as a result, she would not have been happy with this romanticized account of her early years.

Bed and Sofa


Bedknobs and Broomsticks

Bedrooms and Hallways

Bedtime Fairy Tales for Crocodiles

Bedtime for Bonzo

Bedtime Stories

Adam Sandler has finally found his audience: 3-year-olds. Maybe he should stop making movies already and just rent himself out for kids’ parties.

Bee Movie

Jerry Seinfeld delivers an agreeable though tame animated picture that more than does the trick but is unlikely to become a superbuzz movie.

Bee Season

Myla Goldberg’s novel about spelling-bee fever, a family in chaos, and religious/mystic exploration arrives on the screen with all its faults intact but few of its charms.


Beelzebub's Bathtub

Been Rich All My Life

Beer Wars

This documentary goes inside the brewing business to show the truth behind our favorite labels.


The jokes in this latest film from the Broken Lizard comedy troupe are about as potent as near-beer.

Beerfest Feast

Beerfest With Beerlympics


Telugu romantic comedy.

The Bees


This Austin-shot indie from Andrew Bujalski is a remarkably naturalistic slice of life.


Beethoven's 2nd


In this wonderfully comic spook tale, a couple of mild-mannered ghosts call upon the obnoxious demon Betelguese to help them reinhabit their house from the new (and living) tenants.

Before and After

Before I Go to Sleep

Nicole Kidman stars as a woman who has amnesia and fights to uncover a big mystery from her past.

Before Night Falls

Before Stonewall

Before Sunrise

Richard Linklater takes one of the oldest romantic formulas in the book – strangers on a train – and creates a soulful melding of hearts, minds, and camera.

Before Sunset premiere

Before the Music Dies

Before the Rain

Manchevski's debut film impresses with its cagey temporal structure, incredible cinematography that exposes the precipitous Macedonian landscape, beautiful performances, and a thematic structure that adds to our understanding of specific and universal issues.

Before the Rains

This story about life and love in southern India during the twilight of British rule is exquisitely photographed but emotionally overwrought.

Before You Know It

There's an aging LGBT community that is only getting bigger and older, and this documentary investigates that process – in ways both specific and universal.


Begin Again

Agreeably phony movie focuses on a pair of unlikely partners drawn together by the promise of making music.

The Beginning and the End (Principio y Fin)

Behind Enemy Lines

Behind Locked Doors

Behind the Labels: Garment Workers on U.S. Saipan

Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon

A wickedly entertaining postmodern take on the hallowed, Eighties-era slasher flicks.

Beijing Bicycle

A newcomer to Beijing has his bicycle (and livelihood) stolen by a teen desperate to impress his pals in this Chinese variation on The Bicycle Thieves.

Being at Home With Claude

Being Cyrus

This atypical Bollywood film is an English-language mystery drama that has no song-and-dance numbers and is a brief, 90-minutes long.

Being Evel

Evel Knievel rides again in this retrospective doc

Being Flynn

Robert De Niro and Paul Dano play the troubled Flynn father and son.

Being Human

Being John Malkovich

Being Julia

There are so few really great film roles written for middle-aged women that when one comes along and it stars the near-perfect Annette Bening, it’s disappointing that the rest of the movie does not equal her performance.

The Being

Believe in Me

Despite all its clichéd moralizing and blatant borrowings, the movie does offer a few clever twists on an old sports-movie formula.

Believe Me

In this faith-based comedy, frat boys create a fake charity to pay back tuition bills.

The Believer


This two-person character study features lovely performances that are models of restraint in what otherwise might have been a soppy melodrama.


Inspired by a 1779 painting of two real-life cousins – one black, one white – Belle gives a fictionalized account of their lives.

Belle de Jour

Belle Epoque

Belle Noiseuse, La






The Benchwarmers

Another comedy from ex-SNLers, along with Napoleon Dynamite's Jon Heder and baseball's Reggie Jackson.

Bend and Break

Bend It Like Beckham

Bend It Like Beckham and Ghost World

Bending Rivers, Changing Lives

Beneath the Darkness

This thriller starring Dennis Quaid was filmed in Smithville and Bastrop.

Beneath the Planet of the Apes

Beneath the Veil

Benefit Gala

Bengal Tiger

Telugu action film


Benji: Off the Leash!

New dog. Old tricks.

Benny & Joon

Naïf meets waif in this touching yet whimsically unrealistic tale of love amongst society's write-offs.

Benny Goodman: Adventures in the Kingdom of Swing

Benny's Video



The irony inherent in using 21st century motion-control technology to tell a tale approximately 1,400 years old is just one of many bizarrely entertaining aspects of Beowulf.

Beowulf & Grendel

Berkeley in the ’60s


Bollywood romantic comedy.



Best Boy

The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel

A troupe of top-tier British thesps raises this crowd-pleasing pap into something enjoyable,

Best in Show

In Guest's parodic hands, the Westminster Dog Show goes to the hounds.

The Best Intentions

The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas Sing-Along

The Best Man Holiday

Fourteen years after the first film, this sequel finds our likable characters experiencing the pitfalls and promise of middle age.

The Best Man

Malcolm D. Lee, cousin of Spike, hits emotional pay dirt in this men's-eye-view of marriage, fidelity, and love. ? Marc Savlov.

The Best of AMN

Best of Animation Block Party

The Best of Atom Films

The Best of Aurora Picture Show: Vol. 1

Best of Austin 2006 48-Hour Film Project

Best of Austin 2007 48-Hour Film Project

Best of Austin 2008 48-Hour Film Project

Best of Blanks on a Blank

The Best of Cinematexas 2002

Best of Enemies

The 1968 debates between William F. Buckley and Gore Vidal are legend

Best of Flicker Austin

The Best of Hunter S. Thompson

The Best of Me

It's getting hard to tell one Nicholas Sparks adaptation from another amid all the dross.

Best of New Wave Theatre

The Best of Open Screen Night

Best of QT Fest

Best of Rewind Kindly and Awards Ceremony

Best of Sex Ed With Owen Egerton and Mary Roach

The Best of Sex Ed With Owen Egerton

Best of Split Screen With John Pierson

Best of Super Happy Fun Monkey Bash

Best of the 48-Hour Film Project

The Best of the A/v Geeks III

The Best of the Alamo's Open Screen Night

The Best of the Aurora Picture Show, Volume 2

The Best of the Austin 48-Hour Film Project

Best of the AV Geeks

Best of the AV Geeks 4

Best of the Best Two

Best of the BloodShots 48-Hour Horror Filmmaking Competition

The Best of the Festivals

The Best of the Indie Music Video Fest

The Best of the International Tournee of Animation

The Best of the New York Underground

Best Picture & Best Director Festival

Best Shorts of 2005

Best Worst Movie

Premiering in Austin, this documentary is about the purportedly "best worst movie" ever made, Troll 2, and its enthusiastic fans.

The Best Years of Our Lives

La Bête

A Better Life

An undocumented Mexican worker in Los Angeles who struggles to earn a living and keep his teenage son from joining a gang is the subject of this heartfelt drama.

Better Living Through Circuitry

Better Living Through Circuitry

Better Luck Tomorrow

Better Than Chocolate

Better Than Sex

A Better Tomorrow II

A Better Tomorrow

Woo's crime drama is one of the signature films of the Hong Kong cinema.

Bettie Page Tribute Night

Between Floors

Between Kings & Queens

Between the Teeth

The Beverly Hillbillies

Beverly Hills Chihuahua

It may be a family-friendly trifle, but it's nevertheless a silly, if guilty, pleasure to watch.

Beverly Hills Cop

Beverly Hills Cop III

Beverly Hills Ninja


Bollywood romance glosses over the cultural ramifications of marriage and adultery, but is heavy on the music and melodramatics.


Bollywood romantic comedy.

Beware: Children at Play

Beware of a Holy Whore


Again Kidman goes for another nose-centric role, yet Nora Ephron's very meta remake of the old TV show still misfires.

Beyond Atlantis

Beyond Beats and Rhymes: A Hip-Hop Head Weighs in on Manhood in Hip-Hop Culture

Beyond Borders

Donate your dollars directly to starving children instead of this Jolie adventure.

Beyond Evil

Beyond Fear: Finding Hope in the Horror

Beyond Good and Evil: Children, Media and Violent Times

Beyond Rangoon

Beyond Re-Animator

The mad scientist is back in a sequel that was not screened before press time.

Beyond the Black Rainbow

Visually striking but completely nuts, this filmmaking debut received a Special Jury Award for Boldness of Vision at last year's Fantastic Fest.

Beyond the Clouds

Beyond the Gates

With infinite grace but no real suspense, Beyond the Gates bears dramatic witness to the Rwandan ethnic genocide of the last decade.

Beyond the Law

Beyond the Lights

A popular singer finds the courage to be herself with the help of a friendly cop.

Beyond the Mask

Christian swashbuckler changes the storytelling mode but not the message

Beyond the Mat

Beyond the Pale

Beyond the Rocks

Beyond the Sea

More "Splish" than "Splash," this biopic about the life of pop crooner Bobby Darin is practically a one-man Kevin Spacey show.

Beyond the Valley of the Dolls

Beyond the Valley of the Dolls Reunion

The Beyond

A woman inherits a hotel that was built over a gate to hell. Man, I hate it when that happens.

Bhaag Milkha Bhaag

Sports biopic from India based on the life of "The Flying Sikh" Milkha Singh.

Bhagam Bhag


Telegu romantic comedy.

Bhaji On the Beach

Bhale Bhale Magadivoi

Telugu film

Bhool Bhulaiyaa

This new Bollywood film is a comic haunted-mansion story.


Bollywood film tells the story of a young boy who is visited by the ghost of his dead grandfather.

Bhoothnath Returns

This Hindi ghost returns in a sequel to settle some scores on Earth.

Bhopal: The Search for Justice

Bible Black

Bicentennial Man

Les Biches

Bicycle Dreams

The Bicycle Thief

One of the great films that truly deserves to be called a timeless classic, The Bicycle Thief is a thing of simple beauty.


Big Bad Love

Big Bad Mama

Big Beerfest Sausage Feast

The Big Blue

The Big Blue: The Director's Cut

The Big Bounce

There's very little bounce in this new Elmore Leanard adaptation that stars Owen Wilson and Morgan Freeman.

"Big Bucks, Big Pharma"

The Big Chill

The dashed hopes of idealistic youth and the rationalizations that come with maturity provide rich fodder for a group of old college chums who reassemble for a weekend following the suicide of one of their peers. The Motown soundtrack is a side benefit.

Big Daddy

The Big Day

The Big Easy

Big Eden

The Big Empty

Big Eyes

Amy Adams and Christoph Waltz play the Keane couple, the artists behind the craze of those ubiquitous portraits of wide-eyed waifs.

Big Fan

In this dark new film from the screenwriter of The Wrestler, a New York Giants fan and regular caller to a sports radio talk show snatches rededication from the jaws of disillusionment.

Big Fat Liar

Big Fish

Tim Burton is all grown up and getting serious.

Big Foot

The Big Four: Metallica, Slayer, Megadeth, Anthrax

The Big Green

The Big Gundown

Big Guns

The Big Heat

Big Hero 6

Witty charm, lively animation, and a swift pace help this animated superhero story rise a cut above.

The Big Hit

The Big Kahuna

The Big Lebowski 10th Anniversary Bowl-Out

The Big Lebowski Bowling Roadshow

The Big Lebowski Quote-Along

The Big Lebowski

A case of mistaken identity embroils the supremely go-with-the-flow character of the Dude (Bridges) in an intersecting mix of kidnapping, pornography, German nihilists, sultry women, gumshoes, missing money, and missing toes.

Big Man Japan

Midnight madness doesn't begin to categorize this bizarre Japanese superhero/monster movie.

Big Meat Eater

Big Miracle

Drew Barrymore and John Krasinski star in this fact-based story that shows us that whales are mammals too.

Big Momma's House

Big Momma's House 2

It's a shame to again witness Martin Lawrence squander his considerable comic talents under a fat suit and fake breasts in this shoddy sequel.

Big Mommas: Like Father, Like Son

Martin Lawrence revisits his FBI undercover alter-ego, Big Momma.

Big Night

Big Night Feast

The Big One

Big Preview

The Big Red One: The Restoration

The Big Short

The financial meltdown of 2008 is treated with terrific comic spin

The Big Sleep

The Big Sleep

Big Stone Gap

An Appalachian "spinster" learns the truth about her past

The Big Store and A Night in Casablanca

The Big Tease

Big Time

Big Trouble

Big Trouble in Little China

Carpenter's jokey adventure tale pits good against evil in San Francisco's Chinatown.

The Big Wedding

In this wedding comedy, a bridegroom’s bitterly divorced parents (De Niro and Keaton) must pretend they’re still married to appease his Catholic birth mother.

The Big Windup!

The Big Year

Jack Black, Steve Martin, and Owen Wilson co-star in this comedy about competitive birdwatchers.

Bigger Than Life

Bigger Than the Sky

Despite some bright spots in this woefully earnest modern romance, Bigger Than the Sky is awash in the obvious and sports a cloying adulation of theatre folk.


"Bike Like U Mean it"

Biker Boyz

The Bikini Bandits Experience

Bill and Karen: An American Love Story

Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey

Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure

Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure Quote-Along

Bill Cunningham New York

The film provides an intimate portrait of Cunningham, whose two weekly New York Times photo columns document the city's fashion trends.

Bill Daniel's 16mm Dumpster Beatnik Workshop

Bill Hicks Birthday Tribute

Bill Hicks Memorial Benefit Screening

Bill Narum Footage

Bill W.

Bill Wilson, the co-founder of Alcoholics Anonymous, is the subject of this admiring yet enlightening documentary.


Billie Holiday: From First to Last

Billu Barber

New Bollywood film.

Billy Bathgate

Billy Elliot

Billy Liar

Billy Madison

After his stint at SNL, Adam Sandler broke out as a movie star with this comedy.

Billy Madison Quote-Along

Billy: The Early Years of Billy Graham

A Depression-era biopic about the formative years of the influential Christian evangelist Billy Graham.

Billy's Hollywood Screen Kiss


Bio Zombie


Bird People in China

The Bird With the Crystal Plumage

The Birdcage

Based on its French predecessor, La Cage aux Folles, this American comedy tells the story of two gay men trying to pass as straight for a family gathering.

Birdemic: Shock and Terror

The Birdman of Alcatraz

The Birds Avarian Feast

The Birds


If your dead husband returned to you in the body of a 10-year-old boy, would you seize the opportunity for your romance to be born again or would you call Child Welfare?

Birthday Girl

Bitter Moon

Bitter Sugar

Bittersweet Motel

Black & White

This new Bollywood film takes on the subject of terrorism.

Black and Blue

Black and White

The Black Angels

The Black Balloon

This prize-winning Australian film is a moving, youth-oriented work, featuring lovely performances by Toni Collette and Gemma Ward.

Black Beauty

Black Belt

Black Belt Jones

Black Bomber

Black Book

Although in many ways a characteristically perverse Paul Verhoeven spectacle, this Dutch World War II resistance story is more morally shaded as well as handsomely mounted and suspenseful.

Black Caesar

The Black Candle

Black Cat

The Black Cat

Black Cat, White Cat

Black Christmas

In this prototype slasher movie, a killer targets a sorority house while the sisters are also plagued by a rash of crank calls.

Black Christmas

Although this horror remake isn't as suspenseful or emotionally draining as its influential 1974 predecessor, the film almost makes up for that with its overriding weirdness.

Black Cobra

The Black Crowes Concert

The Black Dahlia

Brian De Palma returns with a new crime thriller drawn from James Ellroy's fictional account of the notorious Los Angeles murder of a would-be Hollywood starlet dubbed the Black Dahlia.

Black Devil Doll From Hell

Black Diamonds

Black Dju

Black Dog

The Black Eyed Peas: The E.N.D. World Tour LIVE

Black Film Festival

Black Force

The Black Gestapo

The Black Godfather

Black Harvest

Black Hawk Down

Black Heat

The Black Hole

Black Is, Black Ain't and Frantz Fanon: Black Skin, White Mask

Black Jack

Black Jack: Infection

Black Knight

Black Lizard

Black Mask

Black Mass

Johnny Depp plays the notorious South Boston crime boss Whitey Bulger

Black Narcissus

Black Nativity

Kasi Lemmons’ adaptation of this Langston Hughes work is a muddled church-time reverie.

Black or White

Kevin Costner and Octavia Spencer play guardians who fight over the custody of their granddaughter.

Black Orpheus

"Black Panther" and "San Francisco State: On Strike"

The Black Panthers (in Israel) Speak

Black Robe

The Black Room

Black Sabbath

Black Sabbath: Paris 1970

Black Sea

This undersea actioner stars Jude Law as a submarine captain leading a team of Brits and Russians in the recovery of a sunken fortune.

Black Sheep

Black Sheep

It's smart; it's silly; it's shear terror, as the ruminants develop a taste for human flesh.

Black Sister's Revenge

The Black Six

Black Snake Moan

Like a steady 12-bar blues progression, Black Snake Moan lays down a groove and works the chords over and over 'til they're all spent.

Black Stallion

Black Sunday

Black Tar Heroin: The Dark End of the Street

Black Tight Killers

Black Vengeance

Black Voltage

The Black Waters of Echo's Pond

Recalling the tone and spirit of Eighties horror films, this is an homage to exsanguinations past.

Blackballed: The Bobby Dukes Story

This SXSW recipient of the 2004 Audience Award for Best Narrative stars The Daily Show's Rob Corddry as a professional paintball athlete looking to reclaim his former glory.


Chris Hemsworth stars in Michael Mann's cyber thriller.


Sam Shepard stars in this film which imagines what might have happened if Butch Cassidy had survived and lived on in Bolivia.



Blade II

Blade Runner

Cops and androids fight it out in 21st century L.A. in this Philip K. Dick adaptation with fabulous art direction.

Blade Runner: The Final Cut

Blade: Trinity

Originality is in as short supply as shirt buttons as Snipes' high tech vampire slayer meets up with what appears to be a steroidal Eurotrash pimp playing Dracula.

Blades of Glory

This ice-skating comedy demonstrates that just because Will Ferrell is game for anything that might draw a laugh, it doesn't mean he should follow through with every idea that comes his way.

The Blair Witch Project

Blame it On the Bellboy


A period piece about two generations of matadors is fused with the Snow White fairy tale in this black-and-white Spanish charmer.

Blank Check

The Blank Generation


Blanks on a Blank: Group A

Blanks on a Blank: Group B


Blast From the Past

Blast Off With Hasselhoff

Blaze Foley: Duct Tape Messiah

Blazing Saddles

Blazing Saddles Quote-Along

Bleach: Memories of Nobody

Bled Number One


America's favorite screen couple, Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore, mosey through another rom-com.

Bless Me, Ultima

This honest, earnest, and naturalistic kids’ story about growing up Mexican-American in 1940s New Mexico is based on the popular book.

Bless the Child

"Blind Eye to Justice: HIV+ Women Incarcerated in California"

Blind Faith

Blind Mountain

Blind Shaft

The Blind Side

John Lee Hancock, director of The Rookie, scores with another sports drama, this time concerning a true football story.

Blind Spot: Hitler's Secretary

Blindness Advance Screening

Bling: A Planet Rock

The Bling Ring

Sofia Coppola relates this true-life crime story about Hollywood teens who boosted things from celebrities' homes so they could walk a mile in their Louboutons.


Blip Festival: Reformat the Planet

Bliss (Mutluluk)

Blood and Chocolate

Lycanthropy and young love: not as yummy as it sounds but nowhere near as godawful as Van Helsing, a small mercy but very much appreciated.

Blood & Concrete: A Love Story

Blood Bath

Blood Beach

Blood Brothers

Blood Car

Blood Diamond

This action-packed take on the issue of blood diamonds is an example of social critique masquerading as cineplex fodder.

Blood Feast & 2000 Maniacs! With Herschell Gordon Lewis Live

Blood Feast & 2,000 Maniacs! With Herschell Gordon Lewis Live

Blood Freak

Blood in the Face

Blood Into Wine

The Blood of a Poet

The Blood of Jesus

Blood Rage

Blood Simple

Blood Simple: The Director's Cut

Blood Sweat and Pixels: The Adult Movies of Sixteen Color

Blood Tide

Blood Work

Blood, Sweat & Teeth: The Gauntlet Trials


This video-game-to-movie adaptation of BloodRayne poses no threat to German filmmaker Uwe Boll's reputation as the modern-day Ed Wood.

BloodShots 48-Hour Filmmaking Challenge

BloodShots: 48-Hour Filmmaking Challenge

BloodShots Film Festival


Bloodsucking Bastards

Cubicle horrors: Vampires bloody the workplace

Bloodsucking Freaks

Bloodthirsty Butchers

Bloody Angels

Bloody Mama

Bloody Sunday

Blossoms of Fire


Blow Dry

Blow Up: Short Studies of Celebrity Obsession


Blowin' Up a Spot! Film Festival 2006

Blowin' Up a Spot! Film Festival: A Woman's Perspective

Blowin' Up a Spot! Film Festival: A Woman's Perspective

Blown Away

Blows Against the Empire: "No Logo" and "How to Poke a War Pig"



This new Bollywood film is an underwater action thriller.

The Blue Angel

The Blue Bird

The Blue Butterfly

The Hallmark homilies are all there in this family-friendly feature about a cancer-stricken 10-year-old searching for the elusive morpho butterfly, but when the principals arrive in rainforest country, the film shifts gears and begins to breathe.

Blue Caprice

Blue Chips

Blue Crush

Blue in the Face

Blue Is the Warmest Color

This three-hour-long French film has been much hyped for its graphic sexual content, but it's the less explicit stuff that makes it worth a watch.

Blue Jasmine

Class difference and life's shambles are on Woody Allen's mind as he leads Cate Blanchett through a perfectly calibrated performance as a Park Avenue matron brought low by modern finance.

The Blue Kite

Blue Like Jazz

Based on the bestseller by Donald Miller, this is the story of a Texas-raised Southern Baptist who finds maturity on the liberal campus of Reed College in Portland, Ore.

Blue Planet

The Blue Room

Mathieu Amalric directs and stars in this Hitchcockian story of l'amour four.

Blue Ruin

Writer, director, and cinematographer Jeremy Saulnier colludes with actor Macon Blair to create an unusual spin on this revenge tale.

Blue Sky

Blue Streak

Blue Sunshine

Blue Valentine

Michelle Williams and Ryan Gosling play a pair of lovers from first meet to last fight.

Blue Velvet

Quintessential Lynch.

Blue Vinyl


Blues Brothers 2000

The Blues Brothers Quote-Along

The Blues Brothers

Blues Harp


BMX Bandits

Kidman made her screen debut at the age of 16 in this Aussie teen picture about bikers, some bank robbers, and a carton of walkie-talkies.

Boarding House

Boat Trip

Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice

Bob Dylan: Down the Tracks

Bob le Flambeur

Bob Roberts


Bobby looks at the lives of some everyday people who are about to get caught up in the avalanche of history when they become witnesses to the assassination of Robert F. Kennedy.

Bobby Jasoos

Adventure-comedy about a female private detective.

Bobby Jones: Stroke of Genius

Biopic of the only person to have ever won golf's grand slam.

Bodies, Rest & Motion

The Body Beneath

Body of Evidence

Body of Lies

Leonardo DiCaprio and Russell Crowe star in Ridley Scott's new film about the different types of CIA operatives fighting the global war on terrorism.

Body of War

Filmmakers Phil Donahue and Ellen Spiro show the story of a young veteran, crippled after five days of service in Iraq, and his evolution from gung-ho enlistee to passionate anti-war activist.

Body Parts

Body Shots

Body Snatchers


In this thrice-made Hindi film, a tough bodyguard's exterior hides a hidden romantic's heart.

The Bodyguard From Beijing

The Bodyguard

Bodysnatcher From Hell


Boiler Room

Boiling Point

Bol Bachchan

This Bollywood action comedy of culture clashes is a loose tribute to the 1979 comedy Gol Maal.



Bolt is a canine who plays a cybernetically enhanced dog on TV but has no knowledge of how to cope in the real world in this new animated film.

Bomb the System

Bombay Velvet

Indian crime drama


Investigates the ongoing problem of unexploded cluster bombs remaining in Laos and being used elsewhere.

The Bombing



Bon Jovi: Have a Nice Day

Bon Jovi: Lost Highway Concert Event

Bon Voyage

An engaging chamber comedy cum lavish period piece set in France at the beginning of WWII.

The Bone Collector


Bonnie and Clyde

Bonnie's Kids


Don't go into the closet.

The Boogeyman

Boogie Nights

Boogie Nights gets under the skin of the porn film industry's exuberant burst of public semirespectability in the late Seventies, prior to the home-video revolution that changed the rules of the game forever. The movie is no socio-cultural abstract though; it is at heart the story about a group of characters and the de facto family that emerges from their relationships.

Boogiepop Phantom: Pt. 1

The Book of Eli

In a post-apocalyptic time, Denzel Washington is the lone man who carries the world's last remaining Bible.

Book of Life

The Book of Life

Dia de los Muertos provides a colorful and vivid background for this animated film.

The Book of Mormon Movie, Volume 1: The Journey

The leaden acting, tablecloth wardrobe, and Sixties-era Star Trek set design are more likely to leave nonbelievers stupefied than awestruck.

Book of Shadows: Blair Witch Two

The Book Stealers

The Book Thief

This print bestseller about a girl's coming of age amid the horrors of Nazi Germany is swaddled in maudlin melodrama in this film adaptation.

Books Nots Bars


Boom: The Sound of Eviction


The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day

This long-awaited follow-up to Troy Duffy's violent, pulpy cult original is dead on arrival.

The Boondock Saints

Boot: The Director's Cut, Das


Booty Call


Border Bandits




This Dutch film is a darkly nuanced fable that keeps us consistently off-balance.

Born in Flames

Born to Be Wild

Born Yesterday

The Borrower

The Borrowers




In this Bollywood film, the hero is a one-man army.

The Boss Martians

Boss Nigger

The Boss of It All

Lars von Trier assures us at the outset that this will be a "cozy comedy," the last thing you might expect from this prickly filmmaker. (AFS@Dobie)

The Boss

Bossa Nova

Bottle Rocket

The Wilson brothers made their auspicious, no-budget film debut with this deadpan caper film.

Bottle Shock

Stuff the cork back in: This wine movie was sold before its time.

Bottle Shock Wine Feast

Boudu Sauvé Des Eaux (Boudu Saved From Drowning)



The impressive co-directing debut of the Wachowski Brothers has visual style to burn – not to mention a hot story about two women who fall in love and plot to pilfer a couple million from mobsters.

Bound by Honor

The Bounty Hunter

In this romantic comedy, Gerard Butler is a bounty hunter charged with capturing his ex-wife, played by Jennifer Aniston.

The Bourne Identity

The Bourne Supremacy

Matt Damon is a superb action hero but he spends too much time alone in this sequel.


Bowling for Columbine

Bowling for Soup

Box Elder

Box of Moonlight

The Box

Donnie Darko director Richard Kelly goes for full-fledged suspense in this studio thriller.

The Boxer

Boxing Helena

The Boxtrolls

The third time isn't the charm for this animated film from the studio that gave us the magical Coraline and ParaNorman.



Set on the eastern New Zealand coast in 1984, Boy is a wisp of a story, but originally told by the director of Eagle vs Shark.

A Boy and His Dog

Boy Band Hoot Night

Boy Hooligans From Kishiwada

The Boy in the Striped Pajamas

Vera Farmiga is a knockout in this otherwise predictable and emotionally manipulative story about the horror of the German concentration camps.

A Boy Named Charlie Brown

The Boy Next Door

Jennifer Lopez stars in this brazenly dumb MILF thriller.

The Boy Who Cried Bitch

The Boy With Green Hair

The Boy

Horrors: A nanny finds that her new charge is a life-sized doll

Boyfriends and Girlfriends

Boynton Beach Club

Although this movie about residents of an “active adult” retirement community in Florida has a certain niche-market appeal, it’s really a movie for anyone who enjoys a solid romantic comedy.

Boys and Girls

The Boys Are Back

Clive Owen is a widower in Australia who learns to become a hands-on dad to his sons.

Boys Don't Cry

Without resorting to dogma, ideological tracts, or cautionary tales, Boys Don't Cry evocatively tells the true story of a young Nebraska woman who changed her sexual identity and transformed herself (sans surgery) into a young man. Swank won her first Oscar for this role.

Boys Life 2

Boys Life 3

The Boys of Baraka

The Boys of St. Vincent

Boys On the Side

Boys to Men

Boys vs. Girls

Boys' Shorts: The New Queer Cinema

The Boys

Boyz N the Hood

Singleton's 1991 movie about three black boys growing to manhood in the combat zones of L.A.'s South Central remains a searing cultural indictment.

Bra Boys

Russell Crowe narrates this insider's documentary about Australia's Bra Boys – a family of brawlers whose exploits are legendary.

Las Braceras

Brad Neely Animation Showcase

The Brady Bunch Movie

Brain Damage

Brain Dead: Horror Trivia Show

Brain Donors


The Brainiac


Bram Stoker's Dracula

Coppola's take on the very old story is deliciously fresh. Oldman's Dracula has a stylized, almost hyperreal clarity and a singular weirdness.


In a dystopian society, corporations can see inside people's minds and keep them deluded, but one man fights back.

The Brandon Teena Story

Brassed Off!

Brats: Our Journey Home


Bring some bratitude and a passion for fashion, and you'll be almost as giddy as a 10-year-old girl.

Bratz: Girlz Really Rock


Although the animation looks terrific and the story features an immensely sympathetic heroine, Brave lacks the sheer imaginative oomph of prior Pixar pics.

Brave New Land

The Brave One

Jodie Foster might be good at playing a master of vengeance, but The Brave One turns out to be little more than an upscale B-movie about getting even.


Gibson directs and stars in this rousing 13th century epic about the Scottish freedom fighter William Wallace.

Braveheart (abridged)

Brazil and THX 1138

Brazil: The Director’s Cut

A Brazilian Celebration


The career of Robert Hanssen, the brilliant real-life FBI spy whose exploits as a double agent caused a great many deaths, should be the mole story to end all mole stories, but it is not.

Bread and Roses

Bread and Tulips

An endearing romantic daydream about an underappreciated housewife who decides on whim to not return home.

Break Ke Baad

In this Hindi rom-com, two lovers undergo a separation in order to discover each other once again.

The Break-Up

Thirtysomething icon Jennifer Aniston grieves a failed relationship in one half of the movie, while thirtysomething icon Vince Vaughn grows up in the other.

The Breakdance Kid


Breakfast at Tiffany's

Breakfast at Tiffany's Brunch

Breakfast at Tiffany's Champagne Breakfast

The Breakfast Club

Breakfast of Champions

Breakfast on Pluto

In this latest from Neil Jordan, Cillian Murphy plays the swinging transvestite Patrick "Kitten" Braden, who wanders through and into the pop-and-politics culture of Seventies England.

Breakin' All the Rules

Despite the title of this sugar-coated fluffbomb of an urban romantic comedy, precious few rules are broken, cinematically speaking, during its quick, painless 90 minutes.

Breakin' and Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo Double Bill


Breaking and Entering

Breaking Away

"Breaking the Silence," "Black Panther" and "San Francisco State: On Strike"

"Breaking the Silence," "Black Panthers" and "San Francisco State: On Strike"

Breaking the Waves

Breaking Up

Breath Control: The History of the Human Beat Box

"Breath of Shadows" and "Iran Non-Government Organizations"

Breathe In

A comely British exchange student in upstate New York upsets a cozy family dynamic.


Brew Masters

Brewster McCloud

The next film Altman made after M*A*S*H was this odd murder mystery that's really a character study of a peculiar young man who is obsessed with birds and lives in a fallout shelter in the then-new Houston Astrodome.


Brick transfers Dashiell Hammett’s hard-boiled universe to the modern high school campus with nary a clue that more than a half-century has passed since the Continental Op’s heyday.

Brick Lane

Brick Lane shows us the life of a Bangladeshi woman, who moves to London to marry a man she's never met, keep house, raise a family, and eventually act on her squelched yearnings.

Brick Mansions

In one of his last roles, Paul Walker stars in this American remake of Luc Besson's actioner District B13.

Bride & Prejudice

This Jane Austen adaptation takes the Bollywood out of India and leaves us something too familiar.

Bride of Chucky

The Bride of Exploitation Trailerthon

The Bride of Frankenstein

Bride of the Killer Nerd

Bride of the Wind

Bride Wars

Best friends become enemies when a scheduling snafu places their two weddings on the same day.

The Bride With White Hair II

The Bride With White Hair

The Bride Wore Black

Brideshead Revisited

It's a film, not a miniseries, but this rendition's attention to the steep divides of class and religion in prewar England remains as sharply etched as ever.

Bridge of Spies

Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks revisit the Cold War

Bridge to Terabithia

This excellent screen version of the Newbery-winning novel is not about fairies and enchanted forests but about kids who feel as though they don't fit in.

The Bridge

An emotional and aesthetic whirlpool of horror, fascination, beauty, and resignation gives Eric Steel's Golden Gate Bridge suicide documentary an eerie power.

The Bridges of Madison County

Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason

Cast is excellent; movie is OK; men and women are soooo different.

Bridget Jones's Diary

romantic fantasy as it is social satire.

Brief Encounter

Brief Encounters

A Brief History of Time

Brief Interviews With Hideous Men

John Krasinski makes his directorial debut with this screen adaptation of David Foster Wallace's stories.


Brigham City

Bright Angel

Bright Leaf

Bright Leaves

Bright Young Things

Actor and author Stephen Fry turns director for this colorful group snapshot of monied revelers in 1930s London.

Brighton Rock

Voted the greatest British noir film of all time by The Guardian, this film features Attenborough as a sociopath who fears damnation.

A Brilliant Madness

Bring It On

Catfights, navel-baring, a Top 40 soundtrack, sugarcoated sentiments: Cheerleaders grab center stage.

Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia

Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia is a profound existential adventure, twistedly comic and openly bitter, brought to life by those two maniacs: Peckinpah and Oates. An ugly, vicious film about not very glamorous people engaged in ugly, vicious activities, it’s more black comedy than anything. – Louis Black

Bring Your Own Kill Night

Bring Your Own One-Liners

Bringing Down the House

Bringing It Home

Documentary about hemp.

Bringing it to You

Bringing Out the Dead

Bringing Up Baby

Britcoms: Channel 4 Forever

Britcoms: Nathan Barley

Britcoms: Shaun of the Dead Spinoffs

Britcoms: Steve Coogan

The British Animation Invasion

Britney, Justin, Christina: The MMC Sing-Along

Broadway Bill

Broadway Damage

Broadway Melody of 1940

Broadway: The Golden Age

Epic oral history of the heyday of the Great White Way as told by the people who were living on graham crackers and dreams back when it was all going on.


Brokeback Mountain Preview

Brokedown Palace


Heather Graham is an L.A. transplant whose dreams of a music career become soiled by her relationship with her junkie boyfriend, played by Jeremy Sisto.

Broken Arrow

Broken Blossoms

Broken Bridges

At first glance, Toby Keith drama Broken Bridges is about reconciliations; really, though, the movie is about the cross-marketing potential of contemporary country music full of cliché and contrived music performances.

Broken Bridges Premiere

The Broken Circle Breakdown

A powerful romantic adventure drives the heart of this Belgian melodrama about family and bluegrass music.

Broken City

Mark Wahlberg and Russell Crowe mix it up in this mystery thriller directed by Allen Hughes.

Broken Embraces

Penélope Cruz stars in Pedro Almodóvar's latest, which plays like the lost love child of Douglas Sirk and Alfred Hitchcock.

Broken English

Broken English

Parker Posey gives a lovely, toned-down performance as Nora Wilder, the single, mid-30s Manhattanite at the heart of this romantic comedy.

The Broken Hearts Club

Broken Horses

Anton Yelchin and Vincent Vincent D'Onofrio star in this contemporary Western

Broken Lizard's Club Dread

Broken Lizard (the comedy group that gave us Super Troopers) spoofs summer-camp slasher flicks and lowbrow beach farces.

Broken Wings

Israeli family drama reveals that turmoil begins at home, not at the country's borders.

Bronco Bullfrog


Tom Hardy delivers a searing performance as Britain's so-called "most violent prisoner."

A Bronx Tale

The Brood

Brooklyn Castle

Brooklyn's Finest

Richard Gere, Ethan Hawke, and Don Cheadle star in this clichéd police drama that's capped by an outlandish third act.


Brother Bear

A young Inuit hunter learns lessons when he is turned into a bear.

The Brother From Another Planet

Brother of Bommali

Telugu action-comedy.

Brother on the Run

Brother Outsider: The Life of Bayard Rustin

Brother to Brother

A festival favorite jumps to the big screen with its story that compares and contrasts life as a gay black man in the present day and the Harlem Renaissance.

Brother's Keeper

This documentary is about the unlikeliest of subjects: an alleged mercy killing between a pair of barely socialized, virtually illiterate, unkempt, unhygienic, slow-witted, never-married bachelors.

A Brother's Kiss

Brotherhood of the Wolf


This psychological drama from Denmark is interesting and well-performed, but it's no Cain and Abel.


This drama is inferior in practically every way to Danish director Susanne Bier’s original – but now with more U2!

The Brothers Bloom

Adrien Brody and Mark Ruffalo are cast as the best con men in the world whose current swindle involves an eccentric heiress (Rachel Weisz) in this sophomore effort by the writer/director of Brick.

The Brothers Grimm

Terry Gilliam's skewed fantasy is pure jabberwocky.

The Brothers McMullen

Brothers of the Head

An astonishing twinning of wild imagination and drop-dead realism, Brothers of the Head is simply the most poignant and exciting mockumentary about (conjoined) sibling rivalry, revelry, and reversal of fortunes ever made.

The Brothers Solomon

With three great comic talents in Will Forte, Will Arnett, and director Bob Odenkirk working together in relatively untried and controversial comedy territory, the only result is a syrupy fable about love and family.

The Brothers

Brothers: Blood Against Blood

Bollywood remake of 2011's underrated boxing saga Warrior

The Brown Bunny

Vincent Gallo's notorious film turns out to be an anti-action road trip that has the feeling of a fever dream.

Brown Sugar

The Browning Version

Bruce Almighty

Bruce Lee Fights Back From Beyond the Grave

Bruce Lee: The Fighter

Telugu film

Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band: London Calling – Live in Hyde Park

Bruce Springsteen: One Night Only


Sacha Baron Cohen's Brüno is less specific and less interesting than Borat – and therefore less funny.

Bruno S.: Estrangement Is Death

Brush With Danger

The obvious martial arts skills of the brother and sister filmmakers, Ken and Livi Zheng, don't compensate for this film's wooden drama.

El Bruto


Steven Soderbergh’s Bubble is likely to be remembered as the adequate but unspectacular first volley in Mark Cuban and Todd Wagner’s modern experiment in vertical film integration.

Bubble Boy

The Bubble

This gay-tinged Romeo and Juliet story set largely in Tel Aviv shows the complexities of love in a land where the conflicts are as old as Western religion and as new as suicide bombers.

Bubblegum Music Is the Naked Truth

La Buche


The real-life "horse whisperer," Dan "Buck" Brannaman, is the subject of this documentary that reveals how he derived his hard-won knowledge.

The Bucket List

Jack Nicholson and Morgan Freeman play characters who have only a short time to live. Promises, promises.

Buckminster Fuller: Thinking Out Loud

Bucky Larson: Born To Be a Star

In this comedy, a Midwestern kid decides to follow in his parents' footsteps and become a porn star.


Buena Vista Social Club

Intended less as a concert film than as a set of cinematic liner notes, BVSC is about the vanishing musical culture of Cuban stars who became famous in the Forties and Fifties while playing in the legendary Havana night club of the title.

Buffalo Boy

Buffalo Jump

Buffalo '66

Buffalo Soldiers

On an American military outpost in Europe during the Eighties, the black market economy runs the show.

Buffalo Soldiers

Buffy and Angel Finales

Buffy Sing-Along

Buffy Sing-Along WIth Thom Surprenant

Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Before the TV series, there was the movie in which a Nineties Valley Girl discovers her true calling.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 2, Episodes 11 and 12

Buffy the Vampire Slayer (Season 2, Episodes 9 and 10)

Buffy the Vampire Slayer TV Episodes

Buffy's Last Stand

Buffy's Ten-Year Anniversary


The Exorcist's William Friedkin directs this psychological thriller that never really gets under your skin.

A Bug's Life



Bugs! 3-D: A Rainforest Adventure


Bugsy Malone

Building Bombs and Deadly Deception

Building Hope

Activist Turk Pipkin's documentary looks at the process of building of a secondary school in Mahiga, Kenya.

Built by Snow: "Underneath"

Bujjigaadu: Made in Chennai

Bukowski: Born Into This

Every young writer goes through a Bukowski phase, but only the skid row author himself was "born into it."

Bull Durham

A Bullet for Sandoval

Bullet in a Bible

Bullet Machine

Bullet to the Head

Sylvester Stallone is back – the action is loud and pulpy, the quips are ever-ready, and the cycle is unbroken.


Bulletproof Heart

Bulletproof Monk

Bullets in the Hood

Bullets Over Broadway

Bullett Raja

Bollywood crime thriller.





Bunny Lake Is Missing

The ’Burbs

Burial Ground: The Nights of Terror

Reanimated zombies invade a mansion filled with jet-setters.


Burlesque bumps and grinds. And then grinds and grinds and grinds.


In this film from the director of The Battle of Algiers, Brando plays a mercenary who instigates a slave revolt in the Caribbean, only to have it backfire on the British interests for whom he works.

Burn to Shine: Portland

Burning Man: Beyond Black Rock

Burning Paradise


Bradley Cooper is a "bad boy" chef; Sienna Miller and others are garnish

Burnt by the Sun

Burnt Money

Burzynski: The Movie

Bus Nut: Extreme Bus Adventure 2

Bus Rider's Union

Bush Family Fortunes: The Best Democracy Money Can Buy

Bush in 30 Seconds

Bush Mama

Bush's Brain

Bush's so-called brain is Karl Rove, whose mastery of dirty tricks deserves clearer scrutiny than it gets in this documentary.


Business Man

The Business of Being Born

The Business of Strangers

But I'm a Cheerleader

Campy film is fun viewing and shines light on lipstick lesbians who are willing to put their pom-poms where their mouths are.

Butch Camp

Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid

Butcher Baker Nightmare Maker

The Butcher Boy

Butcher's Fifteen

The Butcher's Wife

The Butchers



Jennifer Garner stars in this satire about a woman who'll stop at nothing to win the Iowa state butter-carving competition.

Butterfield 8


Nicely performed and beautifully shot, this story of a young boy's political awakening flutters lightly across the screen.



Butterfly and Sword

The Butterfly Effect

Ashton Kutcher lays to waste a promising script involving time travel and unforeseeable consequences.

Butterfly Kiss

Butterfly: The Julia Butterfly Hill Story

"Buttermilk Creek"

"By Invitation Only"

By the People

By the Sea

Angelina and Brad topline this modern-day arthouse relic by Jolie Pitt

Bye Bye Birdie

Bye Bye Brazil

Bye Bye, Love