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Lost Boy (2018)

Good film! Doesn't take the easy way out.

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The Lost Boys (1978)

Some of the boys' acting is a bit hit-or-miss but that's a minor quibble. Really very good indeed. Would make a good dual watch with Dreamchild, in which Ian Holm plays Lewis Carroll.

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Lost in Yonkers (1993)

Good movie of the Neil Simon play.

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The Lost Prince (2003)

Very Poliakoff. Overlook the odd inaccuracy and anachronism and you have an absorbing piece of TV with a fascinating central character nicely played by Matthew James Thomas.

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Louis enfant roi (1993)

Rich and involving treatment, though not as good as The Rise to Power of Louis XIV, which is surely the best of Rossellini's TV historical dramas and would make a great companion piece to 2016's The Death of Louis XIV, in which Jean-Pierre Léaud plays the monarch.

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Love Does Grow On Trees (2008)

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Love Lessons for Miles (2009)

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Love That Boy (2003)

Unique movie, stylistically plain, at times goofily hyper-real, at times touchingly realistic.

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Lucas (1986)

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Lucky (2011)

Feature film that grew out of the director's short film of the same name. The short film, included on the Film Movement DVD, is better, a real must-watch, as is Yesterday, another South African film on a similar subject. This one does too much telling rather than showing and you can feel it straining a bit. Nonetheless it has lots of good qualities, including clear and classic cinematography and good old-fashioned storytelling -- in fact the plot's a bit like a twenty-first-century South African version of Oliver Twist. Sihle Dlamini sturdily carries the enterprise on his young shoulders and the two main adult actors are very big names.

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Ma forêt (2012)

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Ma vie en rose (1997)

A wonderful movie. It's not meant to be totally realistic: it was conceived as a modern fairy tale. For a more realistic take on similar subject matter, see Barbie Boy, or Gun Hill Road, or Tangerine, or Romeos, or the documentary shorts Pink Boy and Niet op meisjes...but don't forget that way back in 1997, this earnest, broad-brush, heart-on-its-sleeve film was out there paving the way for those more nuanced and wide-ranging depictions of trans and gender-variant people.

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Mabul (2011)

A strong storyline, good acting, lovely camerawork and one of the few realistic fictional screen portrayals of a low-functioning autistic person. Also see The Black Balloon.

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Macbeth (1983)

Good BBC Shakespeare with not much in the way of cuts and with Crispin Mair making a welcome appearance.

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Macbeth (1971)

A vivid and effective auteurist Macbeth.

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Machuca (2004)

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Macondo (2014)

First feature by documentary filmmaker Sudabeh Mortezai, who spent her childhood partly in Tehran and partly in Vienna. It straddles the line between fiction and documentary: improvisation, people essentially playing themselves, Friday prayer and German lessons filmed as they actually happen -- and instead of caterers, Chechen and Somali women from the neighbourhood cooked for the film crew. The result is a thoughtful study of the main character, well acted by Ramasan Minkailov, as he struggles to cope with the expectation that he be the family patriarch now that his father is dead.

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Mad Hot Ballroom (2005)

Vivid, candid, lovely documentary. Would make a good dual watch with Wonderland: Boy Cheerleaders.

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Magdanas lurja (1956)

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Maid in Manhattan (2002)

Tyler Garcia Posey shines in an otherwise undistinguished movie. There are a few good movies in the romantic comedy and fairytale romance genres: Available Men and Acceptable Behavior come to mind for the former, Were the World Mine for the latter. This isn't one of those. But Tyler's talents almost make up for it!

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