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Quel maledetto treno blindato (The Inglorious Bastards)

Quel maledetto treno blindato (The Inglorious Bastards) (1978)

Starring: Bo Svenson, Fred Williamson, Ian Bannen

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Les salauds (The Bastards)

Les salauds (The Bastards) (2013)

Starring: Vincent Lindon,Chiara Mastroianni,Isolda Dychauk,Lola Creton,Gregoire Colin

Bastards

Bastards (2014)

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At 14 Rabha El Haimer was an illiterate child bride, beaten, raped and then rejected. Ten years later, she is a single mother, fighting to legalise her sham marriage and secure a future for her illegitimate daughter. With unprecedented access to the Moroccan justice system, this film follows Rabha's fight from the Casablanca slums to the high courts.

Bloodsucking Bastards

Bloodsucking Bastards (2015)

Starring: Fran Kranz,Emma Fitzpatrick,Joey Kern,Pedro Pascal,Joel Murray

When an office worker at a soul-crushing company loses his coveted promotion to his longtime nemesis, he begins to fear for more than his job as strange disappearances and bizarre deaths suggest the office is turning into a haven for the undead. (C) Official Facebook

Bloodsucking Bastards

Bloodsucking Bastards (2015)

Starring: Fran Kranz, Pedro Pascal, Joey Kern

When an office worker at a soul-crushing company loses his coveted promotion to his longtime nemesis, he begins to fear for more than his job as strange disappearances and bizarre deaths suggest the office is turning into a haven for the undead. (C) Official Facebook

Mad Bastards

Mad Bastards (2011)

Starring: Dean Daley-Jones,Lucas Yeeda,Greg Tait,Ngaire Pigram,Douglas Macale

Three generations of men struggle to deal with the violent impulses that have scarred their lives in this drama from director Brendan Fletcher. TJ (Dean Daley-Jones) is a mountain of a man of Aborigine heritage living in Western Australia. TJ has a weakness for alcohol and a habit of getting into fights; years ago, he abandoned his wife and son, and as time passes his conscience tells him it's time he began facing up to his responsibilities as a father. As it happens, TJ's son Bullet (Lucas Yeeda) is nearly as troubled as he is; at the age of thirteen, he's already in trouble with the law for burning down a house and doing time in a juvenile detention home. Bullet isn't eager to get reacquainted with TJ, but both realize they need to settle their scores with one another, and TJ's father Texas (Greg Tait), who has come to understand his own demons and become a peace officer, steps in to help. Mad Bastards was an official selection at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival.

Greedy Lying Bastards

Greedy Lying Bastards (2013)

Starring: Dr. Kevin Trenberth, Dr. Michael Mann, Michael Mann

Hurricane Sandy. Wildfires in the West. "Brown-Outs" in the East. Farmers losing crops to the worst drought since the Dust Bowl. Climate change is no longer a prediction for the future, but a startling reality of today. Yet, as evidence of our changing climate mounts and the scientific consensus proves human causation, there continues to be no political action to thwart the warming of our planet. "Greedy Lying Bastards" investigates the reason behind stalled efforts to tackle climate change despite consensus in the scientific community that it is not only a reality but also a growing problem placing us on the brink of disaster. The film details the people and organizations casting doubt on climate science and claims that greenhouse gases are not affected by human behavior. From the Koch Brothers to ExxonMobil, to prominent Senators and Justices, this provocative expose unravels the layers of deceit threatening U.S. democracy. -- (C) Official Site

The Battered Bastards Of Baseball

The Battered Bastards Of Baseball (2014)

Starring: Todd Field, Rob Nelson, Robert Richardson

When Portland, Oregon, lost its longtime minor-league affiliate, Bing Russell-who briefly played ball professionally before enjoying a successful Hollywood acting career-bought the territory and formed a single-A team to operate outside the confines of major-league baseball. When they took the field in 1973, the Mavericks-the only independent team in America-started with two strikes against them. What did Deputy Clem from Bonanza know about baseball? Or Portland, for that matter? The only thing uniting his players, recruited at open tryouts, was that no other team wanted them. Skeptics agreed that it could never work. But Bing understood a ballplayer's dreams, and he understood an audience. His quirky, unkempt castoffs won games, and they won fans, shattering minor-league attendance records. Their spirit was contagious, and during their short reign, the Mavericks-a restaurant owner turned manager, left-handed catcher, and blackballed pitcher among them-brought independence back to baseball and embodied what it was all about: the love of the game. (C) Netflix

Bastards

Bastards (2013)

Starring: Vincent Lindon, Chiara Mastroianni, Julie Bataille

Acclaimed director Claire Denis's jagged, daringly fragmented and darkest film is a genuinely contemporary film noir inspired by recent French sex ring scandals involving men of wealth and power. Vincent Lindon (Denis's Friday Night) stars as Marco, a sea captain gone AWOL to avenge his brother-in-law's suicide and to rescue his estranged sister and his teenaged niece (Lola Creton, Goodbye First Love); Chiara Mastroianni (A Christmas Tale) is Lindon's married lover, who has sold her soul in exchange for the security of her young son; and the remarkable Michel Subor is her husband - a sleazy financier who is the very embodiment of an evil beyond comprehension. Denis takes the viewer into the very heart of darkness in her most unsettling film yet, an unforgettable and thrilling commentary on late capitalism. An official selection at the Cannes and Toronto Film Fesitvals. (c)IFC

The Bastards

The Bastards (2013)

Starring: Vincent Lindon,Chiara Mastroianni,Julie Bataille,Michel Subor,Lola Creton

Acclaimed director Claire Denis's jagged, daringly fragmented and darkest film is a genuinely contemporary film noir inspired by recent French sex ring scandals involving men of wealth and power. Vincent Lindon (Denis's Friday Night) stars as Marco, a sea captain gone AWOL to avenge his brother-in-law's suicide and to rescue his estranged sister and his teenaged niece (Lola Creton, Goodbye First Love); Chiara Mastroianni (A Christmas Tale) is Lindon's married lover, who has sold her soul in exchange for the security of her young son; and the remarkable Michel Subor is her husband - a sleazy financier who is the very embodiment of an evil beyond comprehension. Denis takes the viewer into the very heart of darkness in her most unsettling film yet, an unforgettable and thrilling commentary on late capitalism. An official selection at the Cannes and Toronto Film Fesitvals. (c)IFC

The Rum Diary

The Rum Diary (2011)

Starring: Johnny Depp, Aaron Eckhart, Michael Rispoli

Based on the debut novel by Hunter S. Thompson. Tiring of the noise and madness of New York and the crushing conventions of late Eisenhower-era America, Paul Kemp (Johnny Depp) travels to the pristine island of Puerto Rico to write for a local newspaper, run by downtrodden editor Lotterman (Richard Jenkins). Adopting the rum-soaked life of the island, Paul soon becomes obsessed with Chenault (Amber Heard), the wildly attractive Connecticut-born fiancee of Sanderson (Aaron Eckhart). Sanderson is one of a growing number of American entrepreneurs who are determined to convert Puerto Rico into a capitalist paradise in service of the wealthy. When Kemp is recruited by Sanderson to write favorably about his latest unsavory scheme, the journalist is presented with a choice: to use his words for the corrupt businessmen's financial benefit, or use them to take the bastards down. -- (C) FilmDistrict

Total Badass

Total Badass (2010)

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The ultimate slacker filmmaker just might be Austin's Bob Ray, responsible for the indie productions "Hell on Wheels," about women's roller derby, and "Rock Opera," a weed-infused little goodie about the Austin rocker scene. He's also been at the helm of numerous animations and good-time music videos, such as "Platypus Rex's Clone Whores" and "Night of the Kung Fu Zombie Bastards from Hell!" Anyone with a High Times magazine nomination for Best Stoner Film is alright by us. Ray and his CrashCam Films are always a highlight at the prestigious SXSW festival, and his latest cinematic adventure to screen at the fest is "Total Badass: A Film by Bob Ray about the Life and Times of Chad Holt." We quote from the film's web page: "an insanely funny and wickedly debaucherous new documentary about crime, sex, drugs, music and life in the Austin underground." (They had us at "insanely.") -- (C) Official Site

Two-Legged Rat Bastards

Two-Legged Rat Bastards (2011)

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A short film based on the story by Daniel Wallace (Big Fish) detailing the strange estrangement of an elderly father and his son. Set on a park bench in the present day, Eddie, a cantankerous old alcoholic, attempts to connect with his son Winstead, who's spent the majority of his adult life trying to get away from him. In the course of their conversation Eddie reveals how he lost his leg - in a high stakes poker game 30 years ago.

Frankie In Blunderland

Frankie In Blunderland (2011)

Starring: Tommy Pistol,Thea Martin,Brett Hundley,David Reynolds,Gia Paloma

From the creator of the cult hit Die You Zombie Bastards! Frank Bellini's life is a mess - and it's going to get worse. After a series of events send his life out of control, Frank is forced to embark on a surreal journey through an alternate reality Los Angeles to find his kidnapped wife. Human spiders, robots, Mormons, aliens and fairies collide in this epic and bizarre living acid trip.

Bastards

Bastards (2016)

Starring: Ed Helms,Owen Wilson,Ving Rhames,J.K. Simmons,Terry Bradshaw

Two brothers (Owen Wilson and Ed Helms) hit the road to find their long-lost dad after they learn that their mom has been lying to them about his death. This comedy was directed by Lawrence Sher.

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