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Marmaduke

Filled with madcap action and a happy ending you'll see coming from a mile away (this ain't Old Yeller, after all), Marmaduke is a movie your kids will probably love, but you'll barely suffer through, thanks to a slew of corny jokes and lame pop culture references.

 
Mars Needs Moms

“My life would be so much better if I didn’t have a mom!” Martians see to it that this boy's "wish" comes true.

 
Martian Child

Much like Hugh Grant’s foray into more serious fare with 2002’s About a Boy, John Cusack, another consummate bachelor in real life, proves he’s got dramatic range and emotional gravitas in the otherworldly drama Martian Child.

  • Christa Banister |
  • November 02, 2007 |
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Master and Commander

Not only does this film succeed because it attends to every historical detail (like the books), but director Peter Weir ("The Truman Show", "Dead Poet’s Society") is known for exploring his characters and that’s what makes this movie enjoyable.

 
Master of Disguise

This caper entertains but doesn't deliver as many laughs as one hopes for.

 
Master, The

A man lacking peace needs a path to take and a master to serve. But this study in cult religion will turn away most Christian viewers.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • September 21, 2012 |
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Match Point

Match Point is the best Woody Allen movie since Crimes and Misdemeanors in 1989, but with such a weak group of films in between, the question remains: Is Match Point good enough to recommend? The answer is yes, but with several important qualifications.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • January 20, 2006 |
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Matchstick Men

While Ridley Scott ("Blade Runner", "Gladiator", "Black Hawk Down") has directed a very different kind of movie this time around (but it works!), Nicolas Cage uses his uncanny ability to take neurotic behavior to a new level … and it made me laugh.

 
Matrix Revolutions, The

This last addition to "The Matrix" franchise will probably make movie history at the box office and complete the amazing journey that has forever changed the way we see special effects in movies.

 
Matrix: Reloaded, The

From the opening explosion and fight sequences to the end-of-the-movie adrenaline rush that leaves you dangling, this incredible, mind-bending, action-packed tour de force has been dubbed THE movie of the summer to see -- and with good reason.

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Maxed Out

Because we can’t resist the lure of credit, documentary Maxed Out insists, more than 10 million Americans declared bankruptcy between 1994 and 2004. This year, more of us will go bankrupt than will divorce, graduate form college or get cancer.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • June 05, 2007 |
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Mean Girls

Despite an opening scene that mocks home-schooled children, who are portrayed as total geeks or homophobic religious weirdos, “Mean Girls” will leave many parents feeling like traditional high schools may be the last place they want their teens.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • April 30, 2004 |
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Mechanic, The (2011)

As in The Transporter, Jason Statham is clearly in his element when executing grueling feats of ridiculousness. And The Mechanic is certainly no exception.

  • Christa Banister |
  • January 31, 2011 |
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Medallion, The

If you want a no-brainer popcorn movie with lots of amazing action, stunts and very funny scenes to finish off the summer with, then this is the movie for you to see.

 
Meek’s Cutoff

Starring Michelle Williams, Meek’s Cutoff is an exploration of suspicion, mistrust and the American spirit. Base instincts keep the characters moving toward an uncertain destination.

 
Meet Bill

Meet Bill appears to be somewhat aimed at kids, but its content makes it only appropriate for adults. For those and many other reasons, it should have simply been left in pre-production purgatory. In other words, don’t meet Bill.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • April 04, 2008 |
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Meet Dave

The nicest thing anyone can say about Meet Dave is that thankfully, it’s not as bad as Norbit. Once again, Eddie Murphy tries potentially family-friendly fare and this time ends up not quite a total bomb—but close.

 
Meet the Robinsons

Meet the Robinsons not only inspires Walt Disney-type creativity and encourages individuality, but it also addresses the issue of rejection - head on - in a most sensitive and compelling way.

 
Megamind

It's déjà vu all over again with Megamind, yet another superhero story in which super-villains go to great lengths to undermine the good guys. Think The Incredibles, Despicable Me, Shrek Forever After or… well, we've seen a lot of this sort of story recently.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • November 05, 2010 |
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Melancholia

Melancholia examines depression and cold-eyed rationality that grew from Lars von Trier’s own struggles with depression.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • November 18, 2011 |
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