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  • The Magic of Belle Isle (PG)

    A bitter, alcoholic novelist (Morgan Freeman) moves into a lakeside cabin to crank out a long-delayed western but spends most of his time bonding with the woman next door (Virginia Madsen) and her three daughters. more...
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  • Madrid, 1987

    A self-important newspaper columnist (José Sacristán) attempts to seduce a naive young writing student (Maria Valverde) and ends up locked in a bathroom with her overnight. more...
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  • Monster Trucks (PG)

    Chris Wedge directed this part live-action, part animated feature about a high schooler with an affinity for monster trucks and his subterranean sidekick who is accidentally displaced during oil-drilling site accident. more...
  • Monster Trucks 3D (PG)

    Chris Wedge directed this part live-action, part animated feature about a high schooler with an affinity for monster trucks and his subterranean sidekick who is accidentally displaced during oil-drilling site accident. more...
  • Ma

    Celia Rowlson-Hall directed and stars in this reimagined story of the Virgin Mary, following a woman through her journey of self-exploration across the American Southwest. more...
  • The Marseille Trilogy

    A new digital restoration of Marcel Pagnol’s beloved trio of films—Marius (1931, 127 min.), Fanny (1932, 127 min.), and César (1936, 140 min.)—about a fractured family in the French seaside town. more...
  • My Egg Boy
  • My Egg Boy

    This cloying Taiwanese romantic comedy is painful to watch despite the attractive young couple at its center. more...
  • Mission Control: The Unsung Heroes of Apollo
  • Mission Control: The Unsung Heroes of Apollo

    Hidden Figures dramatized the true story of four black women whose mathematical skills enabled NASA's Mercury program to send John Glenn into orbit in 1962; coming on the heels of that movie, this documentary about the development of NASA's Mission Control Center in Houston can't help but feel like white-male backlash. more...
  • Midwest Independent Film Festival Animation SHowcase

    The festival, a monthly networking event for local filmmakers, presents its first-ever animation program, including the Chicago premiere of the Student Academy Award winner Die Flucht, by Champaign animator Carter Boyce, and the world premiere of Where It Floods, by Chicago animator Joel Benjamin. more...
  • My Entire High School Sinking Into the Sea
  • My Entire High School Sinking Into the Sea

    In this colorful children's animation from writer-director-artist Dash Shaw, a trio of enterprising school-newspaper reporters uncover documents indicating that their coastal high school has been built below code for earthquakes, and wouldn't you know it, the Big One arrives, tossing the whole building into the water and forcing the kids to reenact The Poseidon Adventure. more...
  • Manlife: The Last of the Lawsonians
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    Manlife: The Last of the Lawsonians

    If you haven't heard of Lawsonomy, a "philosophy of life" created by aircraft pioneer and professional baseball player Alfred Lawson in the late 1920s, that's because the government doesn't want you to know—according to Merle Hayden, the winsome 90-year-old subject of this documentary. more...