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  • The Muppets Take Manhattan (G)

    The Muppets' enjoyable third feature (1984) has Kermit, Miss Piggy, and the gang storming New York in search of a producer who's willing to give them a shot on Broadway. more...
  • Monsters, Inc. 3D (G)

    Monsters, Inc., a factory located in the realm behind the bedroom-closet doors of every child, pays its employees to make children scream—screams are the equivalent of electricity in the monster universe. more...
  • The Mighty Macs (G)

    The new basketball coach at an all-girls Catholic school aims to take the downtrodden team to the national championship in this 2009 drama by Tim Chambers. more...
  • Monsters, Inc. (G)

    Monsters, Inc., a factory located in the realm behind the bedroom-closet doors of every child, pays its employees to make children scream—screams are the equivalent of electricity in the monster universe. more...
  • The Muppet Movie (G)

    Jim Henson's TV characters make their big-screen debut in this 1979 comedy, directed by James Frawley (The Monkees). more...
  • The Magic Flute (G)

    Ingmar Bergman's mounting of the Mozart masterpiece is appealingly conventional—it's less an interpretation than a simple presentation (1974). more...
  • March of the Penguins (G)

    As Stephen Holden noted in the New York Times, this documentary about the breeding cycle of the emperor penguin eagerly indulges our desire to anthropomorphize, with narrator Morgan Freeman promising a “love story.” That's unfortunate, because its real subject—the triumph of new life in one of the deadliest environments on earth—is no less moving. more...