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  • Matilda (PG)

    In this modern fairy tale (1996), adapted from a Roald Dahl novel, a gifted girl (Mara Wilson) with stupid and neglectful parents (Danny DeVito and Rhea Perlman) gets sent away to a fearful school, where a sympathetic first-grade teacher (Embeth Davidtz) discovers her special talent. more...
  • Matinee (PG)

    John Goodman stars as shlockmeister Lawrence Woolsey (affectionately based on William Castle), who turns up in Key West in 1962 to present a preview of his latest horror B-film. more...
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  • McFarland, USA (PG)

    At this point the inspirational coach drama has become as ritualistic as the Catholic mass, but it's also developed an admirable social agenda of breaking down racial divisions, which is exemplified by this heartwarming Disney release. more...
  • Meatballs (PG)

    A cheerful, if not particularly deft, summer-camp comedy (1979) that owes less to its ostensible inspiration, Animal House, than to the adolescent romantics of Where the Boys Are. more...
  • Meek's Cutoff (PG)

    Imagine a collaboration between John Ford and Wallace Stevens and you might get a sense of what Kelly Reichardt (Wendy and Lucy) pulls off here: a sincere re-creation of the pioneer experience, brought to life through careful, often unexpected detail. more...
  • Meet the Patels (PG)

    Indian-American character actor Ravi Patel stars in this documentary about his loving but neurotic relationship with his immigrant parents. more...
  • Megamind (PG)

    Pixar's The Incredibles (2004) initiated a wave of children's movies and TV shows about decidedly postsuper superheros (Zoom, Hancock, and most recently ABC’s No Ordinary Family); now the Dreamworks animation team piles on with this handsome and generally amusing adventure. more...
  • Megamind 3D (PG)

    Pixar's The Incredibles (2004) initiated a wave of children's movies and TV shows about decidedly postsuper superheros (Zoom, Hancock, and most recently ABC’s No Ordinary Family); now the Dreamworks animation team piles on with this handsome and generally amusing adventure. more...
  • Megamind: An IMAX 3D Experience (PG)

    Pixar's The Incredibles (2004) initiated a wave of children's movies and TV shows about decidedly postsuper superheros (Zoom, Hancock, and most recently ABC’s No Ordinary Family); now the Dreamworks animation team piles on with this handsome and generally amusing adventure. more...
  • Mia and the Migoo (PG)

    The vibrant hues of this 2-D animation (2008) recall the work of Fauvist painter Raoul Dufy, who celebrated color for its own sake, not as something to serve the line. more...