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  • The Man Who Knew Infinity
  • The Man Who Knew Infinity (PG-13)

    Dev Patel has cornered the British market on Indian leading-man roles, but he brings so little to this biopic about mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan, who took Cambridge by storm during the World War I years, that Jeremy Irons easily steals the movie as Ramanujan's gruff but affectionate English mentor, G.H. Hardy. more...
  • The Meddler
  • The Meddler (PG-13)

    Lorene Scafaria, who made her debut as writer-director with the apocalyptic love story Seeking a Friend for the End of the World (2012), returns with a more conventional domestic comedy about a lonely widow (Susan Sarandon) driving her lonely daughter (Rose Byrne) around the bend. more...
  • Mother's Day (PG-13)

    Director Garry Marshall continues his streak of holiday romances (Valentine's Day, New Year's Eve) with another star-studded, woman-targeted movie that's as flimsy and trite as a Hallmark card. more...
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    The Music of Strangers: Yo-Yo Ma & the Silk Road Ensemble (PG-13)

    In 2000 cellist Yo-Yo Ma formed the Silk Road Ensemble, an international collective of 50 musicians that has since recorded seven albums and brought its eclectic performances—incorporating such disparate national instruments as the gaita (a Spanish bagpipe), pipa (a Chinese lute), and kamancheh (an Iranian bowed string instrument)—to approximately two million people in 33 countries. more...
  • Me Before You
  • Me Before You (PG-13)

    Adapted by Jojo Moyes from her own novel, this juvenile romance stars Emilia Clarke (HBO's Game of Thrones) as a sunny working-class girl who becomes a professional caregiver and Sam Claflin (The Hunger Games) as the quadriplegic aristocrat who becomes her charge and eventually her Byronic lover. more...
  • Manglehorn
  • Manglehorn (PG-13)

    Somehow director David Gordon Green persuaded Al Pacino to scale back his performance in this quiet indie drama, but even when Pacino works small, he rolls over everything in his path. more...
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  • Merchants of Doubt
  • Merchants of Doubt (PG-13)

    The jury's back in on the PR hacks who sow confusion and manufacture ambiguity in the public debate over climate change: they're guilty of crimes against not only science and their fellow citizens but humanity itself. more...
  • Me and Earl and the Dying Girl
  • Me and Earl and the Dying Girl (PG-13)

    Jonathan Levine's 50/50 (2011) broke new ground by turning a preeminent source of movie drama—young people battling cancer—into the stuff of wiseacre comedy. more...
  • A Murder in the Park
  • A Murder in the Park (PG-13)

    Neither journalism professor David Protess nor any of his students from the Medill Innocence Project at Northwestern University spoke to Shawn Rech and Brandon Kimber for this 2014 documentary, which argues that Protess, in his zeal to exonerate death row inmate Anthony Porter for the 1982 murder of two south-side teenagers, essentially railroaded another man into prison. more...