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  • Mundo Alas (NR)

    For this 2009 documentary, singer León Gieco—known as the "Argentinean Bob Dylan"—organized a tour of disabled musicians that culminated in an arena show in Buenos Aires. more...
  • Moulin Rouge! (PG-13)

    Though I still like John Huston's 1952 movie with the same title a bit more, this steamroller by Baz Luhrmann about 1899 Paris and 2001 pop TV—a definite improvement over the repulsive Strictly Ballroom—is diverting, energetic, and even reasonably satisfying, so long as you aren't looking for a real musical to take its place. more...
  • The Magic Flute (G)

    Ingmar Bergman's mounting of the Mozart masterpiece is appealingly conventional—it's less an interpretation than a simple presentation (1974). more...
  • Meet Me in St. Louis

    Vincente Minnelli created one of his masterpieces with this loosely plotted but tightly structured 1944 story of a middle-class family waiting through spring, summer, and fall for the opening of the Saint Louis World's Fair of 1904. more...
  • Made in Hungaria

    It seems as if every former Soviet satellite will eventually produce its own American Graffiti, and this colorful, cartoonish Hungarian musical is pretty good fun. more...
  • Moonlight and Pretzels

    Karl Freund, the legendary cinematographer (Metropolis) and not-so-legendary director (The Mummy), tried his hand at musical comedy with this 1933 feature, in which a chance meeting leads a songwriter to a job on Broadway. more...