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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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Miracle at St. Anna

Clocking in at 160 minutes, Spike Lee’s Miracle at St. Anna wants to be so many things—a rewriting of history, a war movie, a murder mystery, even a heartstrings-tugging melodrama—that it doesn’t do anything particularly well.

  • Christa Banister |
  • September 26, 2008 |
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Mirror Mirror

A charming and deliciously sinister performance from Julia Roberts as the Queen ensures Mirror Mirror is no rotten apple.

 
Miss Congeniality 2

“Miss Congeniality” was a big hit in 2000 and a rather benign spoof of beauty pageants that was mostly appropriate for younger teens. This sequel, however, has a lot of sexual content and violence, which will be hugely disappointing for parents of teen girls -- and just one example of the increasing inappropriateness of PG-13 films (now the new rated R).

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • March 25, 2005 |
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Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day

As a romance, the main message is that finding love is what matters most in life. It’s a “chick flick,” to be sure, but one that will be appreciated by that audience—especially those of a certain age.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • August 21, 2008 |
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Miss Potter

Miss Potter fits right in with other historical biographies to hit the silver screen in recent years as it inspires audiences with the messages that ring out most beautifully in true stories. Like The Pursuit of Happyness, it touts the “never, never, never give up on your dream” idea that kids so need in a world of cynicism.

 
Mission: Impossible 3

Weak Plot Works Against "Mission: Impossible 3"

 
Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol

There’s plenty of life left in the Mission: Impossible franchise, thanks to an inspired script and direction from Brad Bird.

  • Christa Banister |
  • December 16, 2011 |
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Mom's Night Out

Directors Jon and Andrew Erwin give faith-based humor with social and spiritual relevance their best shot and get two out of three right.

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Mona Lisa Smile

I wanted to enjoy this movie like I did “Dead Poets Society,” but instead it left me with a depressed feeling. Aside from the biased commentary made about the '50s, the audience is left with shallow, incomplete characters and major, unresolved issues.

 
Moneyball

Rather than your typical on-the-field heroics or off-the-field antics, Moneyball defies genre conventions.

  • Jeffrey Huston |
  • September 23, 2011 |
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Monster House

In terms of pure laughs, it seems that family films are prevailing at the box office this summer. Now, for those who’ve already test-driven “Cars” or sailed along with Captain Jack Sparrow, there’s the silly, frightening fun of “Monster House” -- a movie that’s far more enjoyable than its trailer.

 
Monster-in-Law

I can understand Jane Fonda’s desire to return to the big screen, after a 15-year hiatus. I can understand the desire to play a character actress. I can even understand the need for publicity for her new book. She has, after all, got a lot of ‘splaining to do. But did she have to pick this movie for her big comeback?

 
Monsters

Although it could have resulted in a unique hybrid of different styles, Monsters is unique more for its failure to generate any well-earned emotions—or thrills. Better to rent District 9, Cloverfield or The Host, which work much better on their own terms, than to try to make do with this.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • November 05, 2010 |
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Monster's Ball

Monster's Ball is a hardcore human drama, filled with depressing issues.

 
Monsters University

Not even close to being on par with Pixar's Toy Story sequels, but a genial nature and thoroughgoing inoffensiveness make it palatable.

 
Monsters Vs. Aliens

While most of the story is decidedly unfussy--save for a little non-preachy takeaway--humor, not to mention a slew of well-crafted action scenes ultimately make Monsters Vs. Aliens an exciting ride from beginning to end—especially in 3-D.

 
Monsters, Inc. (2001)

Pixar has once again come through with special effects that give us an alternate world where mostly benign, goofy-looking monsters look so real they're almost cuddly. The main message of the story: Laughs are much more powerful than screams.

 
Monsters, Inc. 3D (2012)

The monsters are back in 3D this time, and it's good 3D. So what's not to love?

  • Susan Ellingburg |
  • December 20, 2012 |
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