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  • Made in Estonia

    The eccentric residents of a small Estonian village are characters in a live radio soap opera voiced by two dorky actors (Henrik Normann and Madis Milling) in this 2003 comedy. more...
  • A Magical Vision

    Michael Caplan directed this enthusiastic if cursory video portrait of Chicago magician Eugene Burger, one of the world's foremost magic scholars and close-up specialists. more...
  • The Man Who Copied

    Lazaro Ramos (Madame Sata) plays an impoverished Brazilian cartoonist working at a copy shop who hatches a scheme to woo the kind-hearted salesgirl (Luana Piovani) he's been in love with from afar. more...
  • Max and Mona

    Teddy Mattera wrote and directed this sly South African farce (2004) about a young man who's inherited his grandfather's talent for unleashing mass grief and serves as the ritual mourner for his village. more...
  • Miles From Home

    Ty Hodges wrote, directed, and plays a dual role in this uneven but lively debut feature, as a spiritually lost teenager, Miles, and his lascivious alter ego, Diablo. more...
  • Mona Lisa Smile

    Julia Roberts plays an art history professor who arrives at Wellesley in 1953 to disrupt the staid women's college with her unorthodox teaching methods and lifestyle. more...
  • The Muppets Take Manhattan (G)

    The Muppets' enjoyable third feature (1984) has Kermit, Miss Piggy, and the gang storming New York in search of a producer who's willing to give them a shot on Broadway. more...
  • My Best Friend's Girl

    Dane Cook stars as a major-league asshole who specializes in mending other people's relationships: jilted boyfriends hire him to date their exes and repel the women back into their former lovers' arms. more...
  • My Big Fat Independent Movie

    Philip Zlotorynski directed this one-note spoof of indie movies that throws dozens of characters and set pieces from various art-house hits into a thinly connected hodgepodge—think Scary Movie for Miramax fans. more...
  • My Idol

    Guillaume Canet directed, cowrote, and stars in this slick satire (2002), playing an ambitious young gofer on the set of a popular TV game show—“It's Tissue Time!”—that reduces contestants to tears. more...