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  • Man From Reno
  • Man From Reno

    Burned-out and depressed, a Japanese mystery writer goes AWOL in San Francisco during a U.S. book tour and enjoys a one-night stand in her hotel room with a strange man who then disappears, leaving behind several live exotic turtles in her toilet tank. more...
  • Man on a Swing (PG)

    Frank Perry directed this 1974 crime film about a police chief investigating a killing in his small town who is offered help by a psychic. more...
  • The Man on the Balcony (NR)

    Rudolf Gelbard was a Jewish schoolboy in 1942, when he and his parents were transported from Vienna to the Nazi concentration camp Theresienstadt. more...
  • Manhattan Murder Mystery (PG)

    Woody Allen's welcome return (1993) to straight-ahead entertainment, after 15 years of slogging through art-house hand-me-downs, happily coincided with a return to Diane Keaton as his leading lady, and she deftly steals the show. more...
  • Midnight Lace

    Doris Day, Rex Harrison, and John Gavin costar in a London-based murder mystery directed by David Miller (1960) more...
  • Mind Game (NR)

    Masaaki Yuasa's 2004 animated Japanese cult film is about a young aspiring comic book artist who is killed by a yakuza while trying to protect the girl he loves, but escapes from limbo for a second chance. more...
  • Mr. Klein
  • Mr. Klein

    Images of children being ripped from their parents’ arms as law enforcement officials collect them behind tall fences have made a grim comeback under the Trump administration. more...
  • Moss (NR)

    Kang Woo-suk directed this South Korean mystery feature. more...
  • Mother (R)

    With The Host, South Korean director Bong Joon-ho unpacked the cultural and geopolitical baggage of the atomic monster movie; this follow-up (2009) takes on the fractured Freudianism of Hitchcock's Psycho. more...
  • Mr. Holmes
  • Mr. Holmes (PG)

    Like The Seven-Per-Cent Solution (1976) and The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes (1970), this adaptation of Mitch Cullin's novel A Slight Trick of the Mind purports to show the real man behind the legendary sleuth, and as in those movies, the scenes focused on character are more striking than the obligatory detective tale. more...