Wall Teaser, The
Directed by: Peter Atencio
Released: March 2002
Preview Peter is a professional cinematographer, and this is his first attempt at a movie in 3dmm. The movie is very much plot driven, following a 16 year old girl called Manni, who enjoys walking the Berlin wall. It is on one such journey that he meets a lad called Elsa, who lives on the Western side. They become friends, and eventually fall in love. The wall is later attacked by a communist terrorist group and Elsa dies trying to protect Manni... or does he?! The story then evolves from there with a few neat twists, so the director informs us. This is only a teaser, so you'll have to wait until the movie is actually released to discover the full extent of the plot for yourselves, but this teaser indicates that it will be great. OK, so it uses customised default scenery, but the movie has a definite unique feel to it that bodies well for the movie.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
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Wankerman DVD Edition
Directed by: Will Maltby, Yusof Ozkizil
Released: May 2001
Preview Christmas 03 Film Festival movie #10.5. Started as a joke the best part of 3 years ago between Will and Oz, this movie was never officially released before now. Apparently, Maltby made this crappy 15 second movie, then Oz added another 20 times slightly more hilarious DVD material. This imbalance is part of the joke. Space Goat was supposed to add some material of his own, but never got round to completing it once Oz left the community. It's short, pointless and well, unfunny to be perfectly frank. I suggest you download it though just for old times sake!
Overall rating: 3/10 Download
Wankerman DVD Edition [1.06 MB]
Wanted
Directed by: Shadow the Hedgehog
Released: August 2005
Preview A movie by our favourite Italian 3dmmer here, and while it may not have great scenery or animation, it's heavy on the fun! The movie involves some guy escaping from prison while other people hunt him down. The voices were all in Italian, but translated well, although there were occassional cases of Engrish (Such as calling an obvious girl your son.). As I said, scenery and animation are sub-par, but the real gem of the movie is the comedy. Clearly inspired by Loony Toons, it managed to make me laugh a couple of times and was done quite well. Overall, if you don't care about 3dmm skill and just want to see a fun movie, download one of Ned Carlson's various CNCW Studios movies. Or this. It would probably make more sense to download this. Review by Tom Bown - 7/10.

Wanted is a film that’s stuck in the past, through and through. It looks old, uses default scenes, and is basically a slapstick romp. The humor, much like Chuck Jones’ Looney Toons, has its moments, but certainly not enough to outweigh the sense of laziness on the director’s part. The plot is simple: man escapes from jail, must avoid capture. This leads to many chases and scenarios increasing ever further into madness. There are some moments that shine, such as the log sequence and one well done dance scene, but the rest fall flat. Part of the problem is the presentation doesn’t accentuate what’s going on. The camera oftentimes remains zoomed out for a scene regardless of what’s going on onscreen. The presentation lacks focus. The animation is decent, straying into jerkiness some times, but on the whole being acceptable. The movie falls desperately behind in visuals. The use of default scenery is the biggest complaint. The scenery that is custom made is the simplest possible, and lacking any sort of coherent design, leading us to wonder what the heck is actually going on. The sound is a treat. The film is in Italian with English subtitles, which is fun. The music is also mostly drawn from Looney Toons cartoons, which fits in well with a lot of the action taking place. However, it doesn’t do enough to overcome the overall feeling of laziness. The director appears to rely completely on the random, zany humor to distract people from the technical dinosaur this movie is. It has its moments, but the end feeling can’t help but hint that we have digressed at least 10 years. Review by Andrew Salter - 4/10.

Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Wanted [2.15 MB]
War is Hell Teaser
Directed by: Fredrick Arnoy
Released: March 2002
Preview Wow, amazingly detailed scenes here from Fred and they move too. The voice acting seemed a tad over the top but this is only a teaser! This movie looks awesome, can't wait at all. Review by Will Cheyney.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
War is Hell Teaser [451 KB]
War of the Worlds
Directed by: Adam Bibilo
Released: June 2005
Preview Adam Bibilo's take on the Steven Spielberg movie (oh, and the book by H.G. Welles) is a disjointed attempt at recreating some of the atmosphere of War of the Worlds. Unfortunately, the narrative skips from point A to point R without explaining what happened during the journey. The result is a confusing plot that frustrates more than anything. The presentation relies completely on static scenery and default scenery. What little custom scenery there is serves its purpose well enough, but is far behind current filmmakers. The sound also has issues. At times, MIDI and wav sounds collide to make an aweful caucaphony of noise that forces one to press stop and start again. The sound effects rely mostly on 3dmm's sound effect library, and Bibilo has not put it to its potential. Many sounds do not belong where they go, such as a soft "ping" whenever someone gets shot by a tripod. While a decent attempt for a first film, Bibilo should take a look at the community's recent releases and see what the rest of the directors are doing in terms of presentation and voicing. Bibilo shows a competent grasp of the program, but he's yet to push the envelope. Review by Andrew Salter.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
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Wasted
Directed by: Dave Smith, Andrew Murphy
Released: August 2000
Preview A spin-off episode of Gleason. Just as bad too. Bad animation, premade scenes, boring dialogue and very repetitive.
Overall rating: 2/10 Download
Wasted [2.96 MB]
Watchtower Documentary, The
Directed by: Andrew Murphy
Released: November 2000
Preview This is a documentary about the watchtower in a previous movie of Andrew's. It starts out talking to a couple of local residents. That is fairly boring to watch really. We then get taken through a few interior scenes of the watchtower where tortures and the like took place. The scenes look gritty and horrible but watching a still scene just isn't all that entertaining I'm afraid. The narration tries to give a moody feel and it almost works but you can't quite take a documentary seriously in 3dmm particularly one of this nature. When it shifts to video and picture archives, we do see some stuff that picks up the tension a bit but this is only for a small part of the movie. Andrew should have gone with extending this sequence even though the content matter may offend some virgin eyes, as Jeff Ching would say. A cameo by Tuna Hematoma at the end helps the movie but Tuna seems unusually flat in his performance for once. After this hodge-podge then of uninteresting interviews, slideshows and ultra-short animation sequences of some horrible acts, the viewer is left feeling cheated. Much like The Blair Witch Project, the draw-card of the mock-umentary format - in this case, the terrible deeds conducted in the tower - are never witnessed to any great extent. There was a mood there, sure, but this was ultimately somewhat disappointing. If you liked 'The Watchtower' or are looking for something a bit different from Andrew Murphy this movie is probably a change. If you want to be entertained, this may do it to some degree but you won't be cheering in the aisles or talking about it in the car on the way home, kiddies. Not to say that it is a terrible movie - but if it hadn't had the problems mentioned above or at least compensated for them, it would be a lot better movie.
Overall rating: 9/10 Download
Watchtower Documentary, The [4.44 MB]
Well, The
Directed by: Matt Friend
Released: August 2001
Preview I really didn't know what to expect from this movie when it appeared in my inbox. I had hardly heard of the director, and the email was somewhat 'messy'. But from scene 1, I knew that it was something more than your plain old, run of the mill movie. The music accompanying the movie fitted perfectly, and was instantly recognisable (Ice Dance, from Edward Scissor Hands). The countryside scenery was lush, with clouds hugging the ground, and the main houses interior and props were amazingly detailed. There were also a few neat lighting effects. The movies plot is perhaps a little weak and I think the ending was cut a little too short. Other than that, a great movie! A recommended download.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Well, The [665 KB]
When a Rat Dies
Directed by: Tuffe John
Released: May 2002
Preview Neat though very weird short little film that shows what happens, yep, when a rat dies. Okay, enough explaining these self-explanatory titles. This is basically 'Life At Any Moment' with a garnish of 'Kikky and Squeak' simmered over easy with '4 Days' seasoned with a cocaine stew. Yup, it's a weird one. But nice animation I thought and even if it doesn't ALL make sense, it's a nice little piece of work. Review by Will Cheyney.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
When a Rat Dies [1.01 MB]
Where the Love Is
Directed by: Matt McGowan
Released: December 2000
Preview Matt McGowan's new heartwarmer does just that. Very good voice acting and a nice soundtrack from Bean. Final Verdict: Awww.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Where the Love Is [630 KB]
Whitman
Directed by: Evan Strobel
Released: July 2003
Preview I love it when Evan finishes a movie, it's something he should do more often. Whitman is one of Evan's finest titles to date. Not only is it complete, it's dark, deep and involving. The scenery, like most of Evan's, it fantastically detailed - suiting the mood in terms of composition and colour. The camera angles and cuts are well thought out and the voice acting is superb. A good watch and a movie I recommend you add to your collection.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Whitman [5.16 MB]
Whitman Special Edition DVD
Directed by: Evan Strobel
Released: December 2003
Preview The original Whitman was brilliant. I must say, this Special Edition doesn’t disappoint. Whitman is based on a true story about Charles Whitman who goes on a killing spree. Brilliant scenery, and brilliant acting, except for a few lines here and there, (is it me, or did the lady at the desk’s voice sound a bit muffled?) and it was sometimes a bit hard to follow (the script included did help me pick up on what happened, though). The Special Edition of the movie gives you extra stuff (soundtrack, script, posters, etc.), as well as changing a few of the scenes. Overall, a great movie, which no collection should be without. Review by Duncan Piasecki.
Overall rating: 9/10 Download
Whitman Special Edition DVD [30.95 MB]
Who Shot Jamie Fletcher
Directed by: Beth Hughes
Released: April 2005
Preview Hmm, the fact that the director of this and 'Sunday Afternoon Competition' have the same surname, is not how I recognised that they were related. Like the effervescent 'Sunday Afternoon Competition', this movie was a total and complete abomination. IT MAKES NO SENSE, which leads me to believe this was a private joke amongst the director's friends. There were default scenes and rubbish music, which complimented the rubbish voice acting. I was so bored during this movie, I was physically and emotionally sick. If you view this movie you will most probably hurl yourself, and I gave it a NICE review. Review by Richard Bevis.
Overall rating: 1/10 Download
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Who's the Director Anyway? 6
Directed by: Mike Belfance, Justin Wawrzonek
Released: October 2000
Preview One of the most clever ideas for a 3D movie composed has got to be for the "Who's the Director Anyway?" series. However, when creators Justin Wawrzonek and Michael Belfance have a go, things begin to get crazy. In this episode of "Who's the Director Anyway?", Duke Nukem, the Power Rangers, The Mask, and Zombies guest star as part of the scenes made by the directors. Don't expect any drama here, each scene ensures some laugh guarantee, even if it's a small giggle or a chuckle for that matter. Sure there's no story, and the style of the film is pretty basic, these are dismissable since you may be laughing so hard to actually notice this. I should know this because I was laughing my guts out. If you want to download a part of one of the best ideas for a 3D movie series, I recommend downloading this and see what you think. I've got to go put my guts back in their right places now. Review by Jonny Anson.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Who's the Director Anyway? 6 [1.76 MB]
Who's the Director Anyway? 7
Directed by: Mike Belfance, Justin Wawrzonek
Released: March 2001
Preview As always, there's no story, just more hilarity. The style of the film is still pretty much the way it was like in the last episode, but it's slightly better this time around. Though the only complaint I seemed to have with this aspect of the film was poorly dubbed aliens. Even so, if you feel up to another round of watching the next chapter in a series which has warped American humor, you should try giving this a look. Review by Jonny Anson.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Who's the Director Anyway? 7 [2.51 MB]
Who's the Director Anyway? 8
Directed by: Mike Belfance, Justin Wawrzonek
Released: August 2000
Preview It's amazing that I'm still laughing even after calming myself down after watching the last episode. Just part of the magic of this series I suppose. Well, believe it or not, this series so far still lacks a real story, and has a dated movie style, but we can look past these and look forward to the inclusion of another few minutes of silliness provided by Mike and Justin. Review by Jonny Anson.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Who's the Director Anyway? 8 [2.51 MB]
Who’s the Director Anyway?
Directed by: Mike Belfance, Justin Wawrzonek
Released: August 2000
Preview Well, well, well. Another brilliant movie by the Belfance/Wawrzonek team. This time they take the idea of a chain movie and screw around! Mike made the first scene, then Justin made the end of that scene, and the beginning of the next scene. It alternates for a while before we get to Justin’s “Conclusion”. Not to be missed by fans of these guys work, and by fans of random humor. Review by Duncan Piasecki.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Who’s the Director Anyway? [2.20 MB]
Who’s the Director Anyway? 2
Directed by: Mike Belfance, Justin Wawrzonek
Released: August 2000
Preview Another episode! Well, stop staring and download! Yes, it uses premade scenes, but remember, it outdated VGN 2, and besides, if you enjoy it, you won’t notice it. Review by Duncan Piasecki.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Who’s the Director Anyway? 2 [2.36 MB]
Who’s the Director Anyway? 3
Directed by: Mike Belfance, Justin Wawrzonek
Released: August 2000
Preview More randomness in this next episode! Download if you enjoyed WTDA and WTDA 2. Review by Duncan Piasecki.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Who’s the Director Anyway? 3 [3.03 MB]
Who’s the Director Anyway? 4
Directed by: Mike Belfance, Justin Wawrzonek
Released: September 2000
Preview Okay, this defiantly came after the original VGN. See if you can spot the messages in scene 1 (Scene 1 on the counter). Enjoy! Review by Duncan Piasecki.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Who’s the Director Anyway? 4 [2.09 MB]
Who’s the Director Anyway? 5
Directed by: Mike Belfance, Justin Wawrzonek
Released: September 2000
Preview Another good episode. Ash still seems to pop up everywhere. Heheh! Download if you have been following the series. Review by Duncan Piasecki.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Who’s the Director Anyway? 5 [1.69 MB]
Wierd Dream, The
Directed by: George Headrick
Released: May 2005
Preview Another movie by George Headrick and yet another awful attempt - George really can't be trying too hard. For example, in one scene where some guy gets his head shot off, a white cube is placed in front of his head in order to obscure it. I don't think that that has EVER been an acceptable technique in 3dmm. Ever. Come on George, if you want to be good at 3dmm you need to do much better then this, and I MEAN MUCH BETTER! If not, then stop, before you get hurt... And PLEASE learn how to spell 'weird'. Review by Ben Rice.
Overall rating: 1/10 Download
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Will Maltby Dies
Directed by: Josh Keegan
Released: September 2002
Preview What can I say? This was so short it was crap, the only good bit was the end when they shouted, '...that's for leaving the community ya fuck face!'. Crap movie all-in-all. Review by Will Cheyney.
Overall rating: 2/10 Download
Will Maltby Dies [338 KB]
Wisdom Tooth Episode 1
Directed by: Warren Wagner
Released: August 2004
Preview I had fairly high expectations for this movie, and I wasn't disappointed. The plot follows a man called Dale who finds out he has about a year to live. He decides that he's not going to die having achieved nothing. The scenery was suprisingly good considering the director. The voices were also very good, with a couple of exceptions. A recommended download.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Wisdom Tooth Episode 1 [6.25 MB]
Wish, The
Directed by: James Burgon
Released: May 2002
Preview A moving piece from James, that portrays more truth than you would at first imagine.. Showings the angst's of hate, rejection and love, James made this movie to reflect his feelings at the time of production. It's different from anything you've seen before and I like the quirky animation techniques.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Wish, The [1.33 MB]
Without Motive
Directed by: Tommy Pollock
Released: December 2003
Preview Oh man where to start. Well first off this is supposed to be a horror/thriller movie which fails at both. Not only were the deaths so incredibly lame but the animation was so bad in some parts it was almost humorous. The voices were horrible. Dude, if you're going to make a movie featuring adult characters please don't have you and your prepubescent buddies do it for you. And you need variety too. All the characters sounded the same. The Psycho theme in, get this, MIDI FORMAT (omg!) plays throughout the entire movie sucking all of the suspense out of the movie. Come on people, there's more out there than just the Psycho theme. Bad animation, crappy scenery, horrid plot/direction, voices that make you wanna cringe. As punishment for watching this please excuse me while I go sand my nuts off. Maybe then I'll be able to properly quote the dialogue from this movie.
Overall rating: 3/10 Download
Without Motive [692 KB]
World Trade Center Tribute
Directed by: Jon Sapone
Released: September 2002
Preview A decent tribute to the World Trade Center attacks, on year after the tragedy. Jon uses dramatic camera angles and very good animation to show his viewpoint on the devastation that the attacks caused. Very good.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
World Trade Center Tribute [442 KB]
World War III
Directed by: Jimmy Pozin
Released: May 1999
Preview Some nice scenes here, created by a young Jimmy Pozin. However the camera angles are well picked and the animation is fast and detailed, if slightly choppy in places. It's very unfinished, but just use it as an example of a good few scenes.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
World War III [415 KB]
Woulda Shoulda Coulda
Directed by: Z-Man
Released: December 2003
Preview Christmas 03 Film Festival movie #6. This is a compilation movie for the old work of veteran, Z-man. It starts by showing clips from films Z-Man made way back in '99. These scenes probably wont do anything for the newbies in the community, but for us oldies, it's a sweet reflection on the past - this material was groundbreaking in its day. After that we have the more recent material which all looks fab. Download now for a good old nostalgia fest.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Woulda Shoulda Coulda [3.29 MB]
Wouldn't It Be
Directed by: Andrew Metcalf
Released: March 2000
Preview Little sense. Little taste. Little entertainment. The whole movie revolves around a man named Professor Spaz (the director plays 'himself') doing strange things that usually involve some sort of death here or there. Not particularly good, but nice to watch if you've nothing to do.
Overall rating: 4/10 Download
Wouldn't It Be [1.17 MB]
Wouldn't It Be 2
Directed by: Andrew Metcalf
Released: March 2000
Preview More of the same sort of humor and style as number 1, but I think by now it'll be starting to grow on you a bit. A little funnier with the same great voice acting. Watch if you liked the first one.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Wouldn't It Be 2 [1.76 MB]
Wouldn't It Be 3
Directed by: Andrew Metcalf
Released: June 2000
Preview The third in the series and perhaps not as good as the rest, though still a good movie. The beginning was a little slow paced which kinda ruined it, but it got better and there were some really funny moments. As with the rest of the series it's probably a 'watch once' kinda comedy, but still, I recommend it highly to those with a British sense of humor.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Wouldn't It Be 3 [3.02 MB]
Wouldn't It Be 4
Directed by: Andrew Metcalf
Released: December 2000
Preview Ha! Very amusing little animation based on a cartoon worm comic strip that Tom has done. Nicely translated to the 3dmm silver screen too with worms fighting it out as only worms can. Whatever that means. Looking forward to future episodes.
Overall rating: 9/10 Download
Wouldn't It Be 4 [3.02 MB]
Wouldn't It Be Christmas Special
Directed by: Andrew Metcalf
Released: December 2000
Preview Professor Spaz stars in this Christmas special where he visits Santa's workshop. Quite funny stuff and perfect for the festive season. AHHH YESSSSS, Very funny.
Overall rating: 9/10 Download
Wouldn't It Be Christmas Special [719 KB]
Wouldn't It Be Christmas Special 2001
Directed by: Andrew Metcalf
Released: December 2001
Preview Unfortunately, it looks as if this will be the last movie in the WIB series. Taking Spaz four months to complete, he say's he has lost the inspiration he used to find when making the movies. Anyhow - that doesn't stop this movie being an absolute corker! With a run time of 11 minutes, its fantastic! The comedy is top stuff - made even funnier by the hilarity of the voices used. There is a special guest voice appearance, x-mas dinner and a snow ball fight! Good animation, great music and well choicen camera angles throughout. A definate download.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Wouldn't It Be Christmas Special 2001 [2.74 MB]
Wouldn't It Be Easter Special
Directed by: Andrew Metcalf
Released: April 2001
Preview Possibly the only 3dmm movie series to ever make an easter special, 'Wouldn't It Be - Easter Special' features the same fantastic voice acting but is sadly bogged down by it's complete stupidity. Yes, usually the 'Wouldn't It Be' series is quite quirky and strange but this episode is a little more nonsensical than it's predecessors. Perhaps good to watch on a lonely, boring Sunday night.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Wouldn't It Be Easter Special [1.50 MB]
Wouldn't It Be Halloween Special
Directed by: Andrew Metcalf
Released: October 2001
Preview A fitting seasonal episode of Spaz's pretty famous 'Wouldn't It Be' series. As usual, the movie compresses of a bunch of fairly humorous skits, introduced by an overly British man, Professor Spaz himself. Apparently, Brits strapped for cash use turnips instead of pumpkins around the time of Halloween. I can tell you this is a lie :) Hehe. Anyway, animation etc. is all pretty standard, but I particularly liked the well suited 'turn on' (look! I'm using semiotic terminology!) music during the hanging scene. I was distantly reminiscent of the 'cutting-ear-off' scene from Reservior Dogs - just to get an idea of what I'm thinking about. Good, wholemeal British stuff.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Wouldn't It Be Halloween Special [1.44 MB]
Wouldn't It Be Special Edition
Directed by: Andrew Metcalf, Jim Weatherby
Released: October 2000
Preview The latest in the long running and popular 3dmm comedy series, this doesn't disappoint. Even makes fun of me a bit, hehe. Really, it is one of the funniest movies in awhile though if there had been more jokes instead of having bloopers, it would have been better. An absolutely marvelous work of art by Andrew and Jim. Extremely funny and a mostly feel-good mo
Overall rating: 9/10 Download
Wouldn't It Be Special Edition [4.40 MB]
Wrestlemania 2000
Directed by: Nick The Almighty
Released: January 2000
Preview Many years ago, this movie was hailed for it's humor, fun factor, even animation, which in that day exceeded the 3dmm standards. Today, it would be receiving horrible reviews, and most people wouldn't even sit through it. So, I guess this film'll get a combination of today's score, along with that "classic film leeway" score, based on how it was at the time of release.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Wrestlemania 2000 [5.56 MB]
Wrestlemania 3000
Directed by: Nick The Almighty
Released: April 2000
Preview This time with crowds and multiple piece scenery! This movie brings a little something to everyone's table. Wrestling fans will love to see their favorite moves in 3dmm. Off topic goers will love to see their friends and peers get brawled by each other. And 3dmmers, in the day, would have loved the animation, and today, will enjoy seeing how things once were. I personally enjoyed this, and feel you will to if you're looking for a laugh.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Wrestlemania 3000 [6.82 MB]
Wrestlemania 4000
Directed by: Nick The Almighty
Released: July 2000
Preview Wow, quite a nice surprise here for a wrestling movie with great intro's and moves that would. Nick pioneer's creative use of graphics in this movie, namely the crowds. He managed to give the illusion of thousands of people watching the event since your really just focusing on the characters. Each wrestler in the movie is a community member. Fantastic animation. Download.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Wrestlemania 4000 [7.59 MB]
Wrestlemania 5000
Directed by: Nick The Almighty
Released: September 2001
Preview Finally, its here! After nearly a year of hype, Nick has released the final episode in his wrestling series, and suffice to say, it doesn't disappoint. For those who are new to the community, 3dmm or just don't know what Wrestlemania is, its a wrestling show that includes several community members, in one huge scrap 'em-up, fighting to the death. As with most of Nicks movies, the animation is superb, and the music that accompanies each character fits very well. In Wrestlemainia 5000 (WM5K) Nick makes use of his excellent crowd effect, making it appear that the Wrestling arena is literally packed with thousands of spectators. This is one of THE best 3dmm movies out there - trust me. However, sadly, this is the last movie from Nick, and to make matters worse, he is, in a way leaving the community. His Internet connection has been terminated, and wont be reinstated until he gets a job and pays for it himself. His parents are cheap. A utterly spellbinding movie, which shouldn't be missed... by anyone!
Overall rating: 10/10 Download
Wrestlemania 5000 [13.18 MB]