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  • Major Dundee (PG-13)

    Director Sam Peckinpah went over budget during production of this 1965 epic western and was fired, so this restoration, based on a scholarly assessment of his intentions, can't really be considered a director's cut. more...
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  • Mama (PG-13)

    Two young girls, left alone in a secluded cabin for five years, are rescued and adopted by their uncle (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) and his punky girlfriend (Jessica Chastain), but the ghostly entity that protected them all those years isn't quite ready to let them go. more...
  • Man on a Ledge (PG-13)

    Asger Leth, best known for the political documentary Ghosts of Cité Soleil (2006), isn't someone I expected to revive the taut, unpretentious crime filmmaking that flourished in 1950s Hollywood, but this noirish thriller is as self-knowingly ludicrous and thoroughly enjoyable as Fritz Lang's Beyond a Reasonable Doubt or While the City Sleeps. more...
  • Man on Wire (PG-13)

    James Marsh's documentary revisits the legendary stunt in which French wire walker Philippe Petit crossed between the twin towers of the World Trade Center in August 1974. more...
  • Me and Orson Welles (PG-13)

    Surely the great filmmaker would have gotten a rueful chuckle from the fact that he's been a character in almost as many movies (including RKO 281, Cradle Will Rock, Ed Wood, and Heavenly Creatures) as he was ever permitted to direct. more...
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  • Metropolitan (PG-13)

    Whether it's "accurate" or not, Whit Stillman's crafty independent feature (1990) about wealthy Park Avenue teenagers and a middle-class boy who joins their ranks over one Christmas vacation is certainly well imagined and impressively acted by a cast of newcomers (including Carolyn Farina, Edward Clements, Christopher Eigeman, Taylor Nichols, and Elizabeth Thompson). more...
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  • Midnight in Paris (PG-13)

    Woody Allen's bad movies often seem to be taking place in some kind of upper-class fantasy world, which may be the reason I find this upfront fantasy (2011) to be his funniest, most agreeable comedy in years. more...
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  • Miss Hokusai (PG-13)

    Katsushika Hokusai was among the most celebrated and prolific Japanese painters of ukiyo-e ("pictures of the floating world"), and bound volumes of his woodblock prints were best-sellers in 19th-century Japan and Europe. more...
  • Mommy (PG-13)

    Born in 1989, French-Canadian writer-director Xavier Dolan ranks as the most accomplished young dramatic filmmaker in North America, and this engrossing character study, his fifth feature, demonstrates an emotional perspicacity one might expect from an artist many years his senior. more...
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  • Moneyball (PG-13)

    Michael Lewis's best seller Moneyball chronicled the remarkable 2002 season of the Oakland Athletics, when general manager Billy Beane, hoping to overcome the payroll gap between his team and the richest teams in baseball, began using complex statistical formulae to find undervalued ballplayers. more...
  • Monsieur Lazhar (PG-13)

    In this 2011 French Canadian feature by Philippe Falardeau, a standard liberal tale about an inspirational teacher gradually deepens into a quiet study of how grief works its way through a community. more...
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