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Monuments Men, The

The patriotic schmaltz feels right. If we can't be sentimental about preserving culture, we've lost touch with what these characters did.

 
Moon

Sam Rockwell has performed well in supporting roles in several powerful dramas recently (Frost/Nixon, Snow Angels), but Moon is his coming-out party—an announcement that he's ready for the big leagues.

 
Moonlight Mile

Unless you're a huge fan of seasoned actors Dustin Hoffman and Susan Sarandon, you might want to think twice before seeing Moonlight Mile. It's depressing and a bit void of anything enlightening.

 
Moonrise Kingdom

When I see superior filmmaking like Moonrise Kingdom, I can’t help but wonder what it is that Wes Anderson’s imitators lack.

 
Morning Glory

Much like 1987's Broadcast News, there's actually a deeper debate that elevates the light and sunny romantic comedy of Morning Glory into something more substantial, namely the discussion of what's "real" news.

  • Christa Banister |
  • November 10, 2010 |
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Mothman Prophecies, The

Mysterious film leads to a let-down of an ending.

 
Mr. 3000

Oh, Disney! What a disappointment that you had to muck up an otherwise perfect family film with so much language and sex. I laughed, and most audiences will too, but no kid under 16 should go near this film. Which really is a shame, because it has a great message.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • September 21, 2004 |
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Mr. Brooks

The creepy new Kevin Costner flick, Mr. Brooks, is played out in a way that dances on the line between terrifying believability and over-the-top, almost comic-book-like-splatter film outrageousness. Consider yourself warned.

 
Mr. Deeds

Mr. Deeds has some laughs, but the rating reminds us it also has some "Sandler" drawbacks.

 
Mr. Magorium's Wonder Emporium

This holiday season, Walden Media brings our kids Mr. Magorium’s Wonder Emporium—a delightful movie that, though it contains some faulty worldview elements, will spark their imagination and teach them a few lessons about loving and living.

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Mr. Peabody & Sherman

Fun for kids and adults, provides a lot of laughs, teaches a little history, even makes a few points about parent/child relationships.

 
Mr. Popper’s Penguins

For moviegoing families who’ve already seen Kung Fu Panda 2 and Judy Moody’s NOT Bummer Summer, Mr. Popper’s Penguins is another option worth considering.

 
Much Ado About Nothing (2013)

Funny script and whimsical tone give movie lovers an escape from the more mindless stories where the highlight is something blowing up.

 
Mud

Director Jeff Nichols effectively blends genres, numerous subplots and character dynamics – and does so with emotional weight and power.

 
Mummy, The: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor

For the Mummy series, the third time offers no charm. Neither darkly compelling nor thoughtfully entertaining, Tomb of the Dragon Emperor is an also-ran.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • August 01, 2008 |
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Muppets Most Wanted

Another star-studded affair that’s also very, very funny, equally showcasing the talents of comedic actors and creative puppeteers.

 
Muppets, The

The Muppets showcases how fascinating characters trump over-the-top stunts any day of the week—even when they’re puppets.

  • Christa Banister |
  • November 23, 2011 |
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Murder by Numbers

Sandra Bullock's latest is a disturbing tale of murder, centering on two teenage suspects.

 
Music and Lyrics

Ultimately, much like those heart-shaped boxes of chocolate on Valentine’s Day, Music and Lyrics is a momentary pleasure - probably not good enough for your DVD collection, but an entertaining-enough escape for an hour and a half.

  • Christa Banister |
  • February 14, 2007 |
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Music Within

Portrayed by Ron Livingston, Richard Pimentel is largely credited with the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act in 1990. Music Within, written by novice screenwriters and directed by the equally inexperienced Steven Sawalich, tells his story.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • October 01, 2007 |
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