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  • Mr. Topaze
  • Mr. Topaze

    Based on the play Topaze by French author and filmmaker Marcel Pagnol, Peter Sellers’s first and only credited directorial endeavor (1961) is not so much a lost classic as it is a minor effort that might appeal to his devotees. more...
  • Monsoon
  • Monsoon

    A gorgeous, unyielding, slow burn, in this travelogue-love story Henry Golding plays Kit, a gay Vietnamese-British animator returning to Vietnam for the first time since his departure at the age of six. more...
  • Mortal Kombat
  • Mortal Kombat

    The new Mortal Kombat, director Simon McQuoid’s feature film debut, is lightyears better than the 1995 iteration in both martial arts fight scenes and special effects, a promising start to the new franchise. more...
  • Monster Hunter
  • Monster Hunter

    Monster Hunter is exactly what it sounds like, another vehicle for teenage-boy-trapped-in-a-man-bod Paul W.S. Anderson to cast his wife Milla “Resident Evil” Jovovich in a kill-them-all action romp. more...
  • Mosul
  • Mosul

    The Russo brothers take on an intense but familiar war movie in Netflix’s Mosul. more...
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  • Mucho Mucho Amor
  • Mucho Mucho Amor

    For decades, every day at 5:45 PM, 120 million Latinx TV viewers would tune in to watch Walter Mercado, a sensational gender nonconforming astrologer, dressed in an extravagant cape, adorned in jewelry, and mesmerizing audiences with a message of peace, love, and hope. more...
  • Malcolm & Marie
  • Malcolm & Marie

    Lush and claustrophobic, Sam Levinson’s new film stars John David Washington and Zendaya as the titular Macolm and Marie. more...
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  • Mandabi
  • Mandabi

    The second feature by esteemed Senegalese writer and filmmaker Ousmane Sembène (Black Girl), this 1968 film is based on one of Sembène’s own novellas, The Money-Order. more...
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