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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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Memoirs of a Geisha

A slowly unfolding tale about a way of life mysterious to most Westerners, “Memoirs of a Geisha” is a soap opera of human and professional jealousy that isn’t so mysterious at all.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • December 23, 2005 |
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Men in Black II

Though enjoyable, the second Men in Black compares unfavorably to its predecessor.

 
Men in Black III

In today's culture, Men in Black III may be enough for audiences who judge it against Men in Black II and other dreadful sequels.

 
Men Who Stare at Goats, The

Though not perfect, The Men Who Stare At Goats still makes for a good time at the movies. At this time of year when many films are self-important Oscar-baits, it’s refreshing to have one that’s main goal is to simply make us laugh.

 
Messenger, The

If I had a vote, The Messenger would be one of the 10 Oscar Award nominees for "Best Picture," and Ben Foster, Samantha Morton and Woody Harrelson would all receive acting nominations. It should not be missed and is that good. Seek it out.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • December 07, 2009 |
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Messengers, The

A sense of irony can add a lively dimension to films in the weary horror genre, but The Messengers barely nods in that direction. In taking itself so seriously, it bogs down. Neither scary nor interesting, The Messengers adds nothing to the genre but a pale imitation of what’s come before.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • February 02, 2007 |
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Miami Vice

There is no lack of "spoof-worthy" material in television's Miami Vice. The show's '80s outfits and décor are generally remembered by most with a chuckle. Yet director Michael Mann, who was involved in the creation of the original, has taken his new film in exactly the opposite direction.

 
Michael Clayton

Michael Clayton is crisp and propulsive, without being at all alienating. The story tackles clear, documented corporate criminality that will have even the most hardened supporters of Big Business wanting to see justice done.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • October 12, 2007 |
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Michael Jackson: This Is It

Instead of focusing on Michael Jackson's private life or his particular oddities, This Is It is really all about the music and a farewell tour that'll never see the light of day, a move that ultimately casts Jackson, and his legacy, in a more favorable light.

  • Christa Banister |
  • October 28, 2009 |
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Midnight in Paris

Woody Allen’s statement isn’t anything original: now is your Golden Age, whether you like it or not, so live in it rather than lament the past.

 
Mighty Heart, A

A Mighty Heart tells the story of the events leading up to journalist Daniel Pearl’s vicious murder in 2002. And while it is presented with technical precision, Heart largely fails to induce the emotions that such a compelling story should.

 
Mighty Macs, The

Based on the true story of Immaculata College’s 1971-72 team, The Mighty Macs is the original Cinderella story in women’s basketball.

  • Susan Ellingburg |
  • October 21, 2011 |
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Milk

Based on the career of Harvey Milk, the first openly gay man elected to public office, Milk’s divergence from an evangelical worldview doesn’t make it completely void of merit. It can provide food-for-thought to the contemplative Christian who is willing to watch and listen even while disagreeing.

 
Million Dollar Arm

Based on a true story, Million Dollar Arm is a heartwarming (and completely predictable) underdog story.

 
Million Dollar Baby

It's one of those films that’s destined to elicit praise. Not only does Million Dollar Baby have an all-star cast, a talented director, and a good script, but it also has a strong, pro-euthanasia message. That's a formula to please many critics – and infuriate many Christians.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • January 21, 2005 |
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Million Ways to Die in the West, A

Mel Brooks has nothing to worry about: Blazing Saddles this is not. In fact, the laughs are in short-supply and mostly the gross kind.

 
Millions

“Millions” provides an excellent opportunity to discuss the Chrisitan faith. Because of its strong message about money and accepting financial responsiblity for those in need, it is also a mostly-appropriate family film - on the condition that parents take the time to not only view the fim with their children, but also debunk the lies it dispenses about the faith.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • April 01, 2005 |
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Minority Report

After Spielberg's disappointing A.I. and Cruise's atrocious Vanilla Sky, the two redeem themselves with this smart futuristic thriller.

 
Miracle

“Miracle” is the kind of movie that comes along once in awhile and reminds us just how great sports – and winning – can be. With echoes of “Breaking Away” and “Rocky,” Disney’s “Miracle” will show even the non-fan why we love our sports so much.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • February 20, 2004 |
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