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  • Ma (R)

    Octavia Spencer stars in this horror film about a lonely woman befriended by a group of teens, whom she lets party at her house, but who grows increasingly obsessed with them. more...
  • Macbeth
  • Macbeth (R)

    Middlebrow hucksters Bob and Harvey Weinstein serve up a Shakespeare adaptation for the holiday season, opting for the medieval-historical angle: the Scottish soldiers all stomp around in grungy Braveheart war paint, and the settings consist mainly of candlelit hovels and mist-shrouded battlefields. more...
  • Macbeth

    The Roman Polanski version (1971), strong on youth, beauty, and inevitable gore. more...
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  • MacGruber (R)

    Constructing a feature-length comedy around a Saturday Night Live character has always been a fool's errand, but luckily for Will Forte, his demented special-ops warrior MacGruber (conceived as a parody of the ultra-resourceful TV hero MacGyver) slots neatly into the formula of the fireball-laden summer action flick. more...
  • Machete Kills (R)

    Robert Rodriguez directed this grindhouse actioner about a Mexican cop turned government spy who sets out to stop a terrorist from attack the United States. more...
  • Madagascar (PG)

    A Dreamworks computer-animated feature (2005) about a lion (the voice of Ben Stiller), a zebra (Chris Rock), a hippo (Jada Pinkett Smith), and a giraffe (David Schwimmer) in a Manhattan zoo that get shipped to Africa, then find themselves unequipped for the wilds. more...
  • Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa (PG)

    In this nutty sequel to the 2005 Dreamworks 3-D animated hit, four best friends and former stars of the Central Park Zoo—a dancing lion (voiced by Ben Stiller), a rollicking zebra (Chris Rock), a lugubrious giraffe (David Schwimmer), and a hippo diva (Jada Pinkett Smith)—look forward to trading their current island residence on Madagascar for their old island home of Manhattan. more...
  • Madam Phung's Last Journey
  • Madam Phung's Last Journey

    Madame Phung is a middle-aged drag queen who runs a traveling carnival in Vietnam; this documentary follows her troupe over the course of a few months as they cross the country and entertain small, unappreciative crowds. more...
  • A Madea Christmas (PG-13)

    The relentless Tyler Perry directed and stars in this holiday comedy about the titular matriarch and her whacky adventures. more...
  • Madea's Big Happy Family (PG-13)

    Another bizarre outing for Tyler Perry's foul-mouthed, two-fisted, 70-something drag matriarch, who solves various family problems with homey advice, threats of violence, and motor-mouthed profanity. more...