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  • Man From Reno
  • Man From Reno

    Burned-out and depressed, a Japanese mystery writer goes AWOL in San Francisco during a U.S. book tour and enjoys a one-night stand in her hotel room with a strange man who then disappears, leaving behind several live exotic turtles in her toilet tank. 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...
  • Manhattan Melodrama (NR)

    This 1934 feature was the last movie John Dillinger saw before being gunned down outside the Biograph, and he might have had better luck on both counts. more...
  • Mean Streets (R)

    Martin Scorsese's intrusive insistence on his abstract, metaphysical theme—the possibility of modern sainthood—marks this 1973 film, his first to attract critical notice, as still somewhat immature, yet the acting and editing have such an original, tumultuous force that the picture is completely gripping. more...
  • Mickey One (NR)

    This 1964 film is so obscure that contemporary critics dismissed it as a colossal bit of self-indulgence by director Arthur Penn and star Warren Beatty. more...
  • Micmacs (R)

    Jean-Pierre Jeunet (Amelie) delivers more of his cartoonish whimsy and grotesquerie in this French comedy about a wacky terror cell trying to bring down two rival weapons manufacturers. more...
  • Middle Men (R)

    Christopher Mallick's experiences in the 90s as chief executive of the Internet billing company Paycom informed this fictional saga about a Houston attorney and family man (Luke Wilson) who partners with two coked-out freaks (Giovanni Ribisi and Gabriel Macht) to turn their innovative computer code for an online porn hub into a multimillion-dollar enterprise. more...