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    Peter Lorre stars in Fritz Lang's sympathetic and terrifying story of a child murderer, filmed in Germany in 1931. more...
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  • Maborosi

    This sensitive and at times beautiful 1995 feature by Japanese documentary filmmaker Hirokazu Kore-eda focuses mainly on the second marriage and new life of a young mother whose first husband inexplicably committed suicide. more...
  • Macario

    Based on a story by B. Traven (The Treasure of the Sierra Madre) and set in colonial Mexico, Roberto Galvadon's 1959 rags-to-riches fable combines magical realism and folkloric elements of Mexico's Indianist movement with results that are alternately comic and poignant. more...
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  • Macbeth

    Thoughtful, sexually charged, and sometimes brutal, this Australian drama by director Geoffrey Wright updates the setting of Shakespeare's play but stays true to its themes, offering fresh insight into the characters and verse. more...
  • The Mad Masters

    One of the guiding spirits of the French New Wave, ethnographic filmmaker Jean Rouch directed this 1955 documentary on the annual ceremony of Hauku priests and initiates in colonial Gold Coast (before it became Ghana). more...
  • The Mad Masters

    Jean Rouch's seminal ethnographic short of 1955 about the Hauka of West Africa, whose violent trance rituals imitate and mock British colonialism, apparently purging them of their fury so that they can return to their dull labors afterward. more...
  • Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa (PG)

    In this nutty sequel to the 2005 Dreamworks 3-D animated hit, four best friends and former stars of the Central Park Zoo—a dancing lion (voiced by Ben Stiller), a rollicking zebra (Chris Rock), a lugubrious giraffe (David Schwimmer), and a hippo diva (Jada Pinkett Smith)—look forward to trading their current island residence on Madagascar for their old island home of Manhattan. more...
  • Madagascar

    A lauded physics professor (Zaida Castellanos) complains to her doctor that her dreams only recap her daily experiences, yet everything that follows in this moody 1994 evocation of post-Soviet Havana feels mildly hallucinatory. more...
  • Madam Phung's Last Journey
  • Madam Phung's Last Journey

    Madame Phung is a middle-aged drag queen who runs a traveling carnival in Vietnam; this documentary follows her troupe over the course of a few months as they cross the country and entertain small, unappreciative crowds. more...
  • Madame Bovary

    In Claude Chabrol's otherwise faithful 1991 adaptation of Flaubert's novel, Isabelle Huppert is good at conveying Bovary's boredom but not her passions, and as often happens in adaptations, the film is more a series of episodes than a convincing narrative. more...