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B Boyz

Enter the thrilling world of b-boy culture where young men compete in the streets using a mix of martial arts and break dancing. Chocolate is a b-boy star on the fast track to stardom whose dreams are suddenly shattered by a horrific car accident. Forced to work for his father at the local factory, Chocolate finds solace by watching a mysterious beautiful surfer, Ally. Soon however, Ally gets mixed up with hotshot b-boy promoter, Pacman, and Chocolate must risk everything to save her. Experience high-flying action sequences of b-boys flipping, kicking, and defying gravity in this sweetly humorous dance-action award-winner.

B-girl

B-GIRL tells the modern day underdog story of a brilliant young female dancer from NYC forced to find her inner strength through the one art form she knows breakdance. This non-stop dance movie stars some of the biggest names in the breaking world, including Jules "Lady Jules" Urich (MTV's America's Best Dance Crew's "Beat Freaks", You Got Served, Step Up 2), Wesley Jonathan (Roll Bounce, Steppin: The Movie), Ivan Flipz Velez (Stomp The yard, Honey, You Got Served, Stick It) and features some of the biggest and best b-boys in the world today.

B. Monkey

Alan Furnace is a young man with the perfectly proper, quiet life of a London school teacher. But beneath all of that decency lies a burning desire for excitement and he just found it. She's a woman unlike any other: Unruly Irish eyes, Latin lips... her name is Beatrice, but on the streets they call her B. Monkey. She's about to take him on an outrageous, dangerous and sexy ride through the wild side of London.

B.a. Pass

After losing his parents in a car accident, Mukesh stays at his Aunt's house in Delhi. Enrolled in a good for nothing course in college he finds peace by playing chess at the local cemetery, the rest of the times he worries over ways to make a living and taking care of his sisters. 'B.A.Pass' is a story looking at the fatal promise of a new life. When Mukesh meets Sarika 'Auntie' at a kitty party, little does he know of the city and it's ways and means to survive. Sarika seduces Mukesh, shy and inexperienced he falls for her. What follows is a twist of destiny, a kind of story that appears in the tabloids as 'heinous acts of crime'

B.b. King At Sing Sing Prison

B.B. King and Joan Baez valiantly sing at New York's maximum security prison, Sing Sing. New York's Daily News called it one of the greatest moments in live entertainment. Fans and intrigued viewers will surely be satisfied.

B.b. King: Life Of Riley

The invaluable and definitive autobiography of the last great bluesman, BB King.

B.o.y.d.

A group of 20-somethings embark on a journey with equal parts debauchery and self-discovery. An unforgettable experience that reminds us all what it feels like to be stuck in a rut and how much fun you can have getting out of it.

B.u.s.t.e.d. (1999)

Survival was a million to one shot on the inside. Now this urban nightmare has no end! Warlord gang leaders Terry (Goldie) and his cousin Ray (Andrew Goth) have come home, and Terry's deadly plan, aided by an underworld killer (David Bowie), is to obliterate the Triads. But when Ray threatens to put his gun down for good, Terry unleashes a wave of violence so heinous it threatens to break all ties of loyalty and blood.

Baabul

A widow's father-in-law helps her find new love.

Babar And Father Christmas

In this delightful holiday tale, Babar's children write a letter to Father Christmas to ask him to visit Celesteville at Christmas. Their letter, however, never arrives because it is stolen by Babar's Arch-enemy, Rataxes the Rhinoceros, who wants all of Santa's toys for himself! Can Babar find Father Christmas and save the day for Celesteville?

Babe

Babe, a pig raised by sheepdogs, learns to herd sheep with a little help from Farmer Hoggett.

Babe

Babe is a 1995 family film that tells the story of a pig who wants to be a sheepdog. The main animal characters are played by a combination of real and animatronic pigs and Border Collies. The film is based on the book The Sheep-Pig (known as Babe: The Gallant Pig in the U.S.) by Dick King-Smith, and later spawned a sequel called Babe: Pig in the City. Babe was filmed in Robertson, New South Wales, Australia. The talking-animal visual effects were done by Rhythm & Hues Studios. Although the setting and style of the film are distinctly British/Australasian pastoral, many of the human speaking parts were overdubbed from Australian to American accents for popular acceptance in the American film market.