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  • Manchester by the Sea
  • Manchester by the Sea (R)

    The three films written and directed by Kenneth Lonergan—You Can Count on Me (2000), Margaret (2011), and his latest, Manchester by the Sea—all deal with grief, guilt, responsibility, and connection. more...
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  • Man Down (R)

    A Marine returning home from Afghanistan searches for his estranged wife and son in this thriller from director Dito Montiel (A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints). more...
  • Moonlight (R)

    A film written and directed by a black man (Barry Jenkins), adapted from a play by a black man (Tarrell Alvin McCraney of Steppenwolf Theatre), and focused on three stages in the life of a gay black man (Alex Hibbert in childhood, Ashton Sanders in adolescence, and Trevante Rhodes in adulthood) qualifies as exceptional for those reasons alone. more...
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  • Morgan
  • Morgan (R)

    At a laboratory in the wilderness, a tight-knit group of researchers (including Michelle Yeoh, Toby Jones, and Jennifer Jason Leigh) keep watch over a genetically engineered girl (Anya Taylor-Joy) who's become uncontrollable, and a corporate risk-management consultant (Kate Mara) arrives at the lab to decide what should be done with the little monster. more...
  • Morris From America
  • Morris From America (R)

    Morris is a 13-year-old black kid transplanted from New York to Heidelberg, Germany, where he struggles to learn the language, endures the racist jokes of his ignorant classmates, and yearns hopelessly for the love of a pale, blond heartbreaker two years ahead of him. more...
  • Money Monster
  • Money Monster (R)

    In this far-fetched topical thriller, a TV financial-investment analyst (played by George Clooney and transparently based on CNBC's Jim Cramer) gets taken hostage midbroadcast by an all-American loser (Jack O’Connell of Unbroken) who's taken a bath on a bad stock tip. more...
  • Miles Ahead
  • Miles Ahead (R)

    Don Cheadle wrote, directed, and stars in this Miles Davis biopic, focusing on a two-day period in 1980 just before the protean jazz trumpeter began to emerge from a self-imposed retirement of five years; Ewan McGregor is a Rolling Stone reporter dispatched to find out what, if anything, the reclusive genius has been recording. more...
  • Meet the Blacks (R)

    Spoofing the 2013 thriller, a family must endure an annual 12-hour purge period of lawlessness after moving to Beverly Hills from Chicago. more...
  • Mei Rén Yú (R)

    This Chinese film tells the story of a professor who falls in love with a mermaid after saving her. more...
  • Marguerite
  • Marguerite (R)

    The fine French drama Marguerite fictionalizes the life of American socialite Florence Foster Jenkins, whose vocal performances of classical arias, beginning in private music clubs and culminating in a 1944 recital at Carnegie Hall, have earned her a large and respectful entry in the encyclopedia of bad. more...
  • Maggie's Plan
  • Maggie's Plan (R)

    A Brooklyn single with a ticking biological clock (Greta Gerwig) decides to conceive by artificial insemination, but the pregnancy is complicated by her unexpected love affair with a married man (Ethan Hawke). more...
  • Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates
  • Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates (R)

    The title yahoos (Zac Efron, Adam Devine) have wreaked havoc at so many family gatherings that their fed-up father (Stephen Root) bans them from their sister's impending nuptials unless they bring dates and behave themselves; after Mike and Dave appear on a TV talk show to recruit them (which the family somehow never hears about), they land a couple of live ones (Anna Kendrick, Aubrey Plaza) who cause more chaos at the event than they do. more...
  • The Mechanic: Resurrection
  • The Mechanic: Resurrection (R)

    Professional assassin Arthur Bishop (Jason Statham) just wants to enjoy retirement on his houseboat in Rio, but he's too damn good at killing for the world to let him be. more...