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  • Macbeth
  • Macbeth (R)

    Middlebrow hucksters Bob and Harvey Weinstein serve up a Shakespeare adaptation for the holiday season, opting for the medieval-historical angle: the Scottish soldiers all stomp around in grungy Braveheart war paint, and the settings consist mainly of candlelit hovels and mist-shrouded battlefields. more...
  • MacGruber (R)

    Constructing a feature-length comedy around a Saturday Night Live character has always been a fool's errand, but luckily for Will Forte, his demented special-ops warrior MacGruber (conceived as a parody of the ultra-resourceful TV hero MacGyver) slots neatly into the formula of the fireball-laden summer action flick. more...
  • Machete Kills (R)

    Robert Rodriguez directed this grindhouse actioner about a Mexican cop turned government spy who sets out to stop a terrorist from attack the United States. 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...
  • Magic Mike (R)

    Steven Soderbergh seems to have modeled this crowd-pleasing tale about male strippers in Tampa on such gritty 1970s comedies as Bob Rafelson's Stay Hungry and Michael Ritchie's The Bad News Bears, whose broad comedy was undercut by an unsentimental view of economic recession. more...
  • Man of Tai Chi (R)

    Keanu Reeves makes his directorial debut with this satisfying pastiche of Hong Kong action cinema, incorporating knock-out martial arts choreography (courtesy of the great Yuen Woo-ping), operatic brutality reminiscent of John Woo, balletic camera movements a la Johnnie To, and even some of Jackie Chan’s populist humor. 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...