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  • Medium Cool (R)

    Haskell Wexler's McLuhan-esque essay on media ethics (1969), centering on a young news cameraman (Robert Forster) who tries to retain his detachment as he's caught up in the events of the '68 Democratic convention. more...
  • Meet Monica Velour (R)

    An awkward teen (Dustin Ingram) sets out to meet his favorite porn star (Kim Cattrall), now a single mother performing in a strip club in rural Indiana. 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...
  • Mei Rén Yú (R)

    This Chinese film tells the story of a professor who falls in love with a mermaid after saving her. more...
  • Men, Women & Children
  • Men, Women & Children (R)

    Jason Reitman's latest Oscar bait reaches for the zeitgeist like no Hollywood movie since American Beauty (1999), and you have to give him credit for thinking big even though he drives the theme into your skull with a ball-peen hammer. more...
  • The Merchant of Venice (R)

    Director Michael Radford (Nineteen Eighty-Four, Il postino) begins this 2004 adaptation of the Shakespeare play with a precise date and a brief documentary about anti-Semitism in 16th-century Venice; this doesn't have much to do with the playwright or his audience, but it provides a social context for what follows. more...
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  • The Merry Gentleman (R)

    Michael Keaton adds a few nice strokes to a hopelessly corny character—the anguished hit man at Christmas—in this moody Chicago story (2008), which also marks Keaton's directing debut. more...
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  • Meru
  • Meru (R)

    Three professional mountain climbers attempt to scale the Himalayan peak of Mount Meru, a big wall that even master climbers describe as nearly insurmountable. more...
  • The Messenger (R)

    Fred Williamson offs the pushers in this Italian-produced antidrug actioner; Williamson directed, and Chris Connelly, Cameron Mitchell, and Michael Dante costar. more...