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Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior (1981)

Fantastic. Compared with the first Mad Max, directorially it does play hopscotch between Hollywood and Australia, but still bloody good :)

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Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome (1985)

On its own, not bad, pass the time of evening film. But as the supposed third Mad Max film - please, god, no.

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Malcolm in the Middle (2000-2006)

Absolutely superb. It's one of those rare sitcoms in which the producers see sense and omit the canned laughter.

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Man and Boy (2002)

A good adaptation of the novel by Tony Parsons.

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Man of the House (1995)

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The Man Without a Face (1993)

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Maximum Overdrive (1986)

Wow! I love this movie, even though its twee, and at times utterly awful.

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Mercury Rising (1998)

Miko is fantastic - utterly believable. It's a pity Bruce Willis' character was the usual angst-ridden homicidal manic depressive - albeit without the grimy vest this time.

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Milk Money (1994)

An appealing movie, though very short on the adult acting quality department. Malcolm McDowell, star of such classics as If & Clockwork Orange, reduced to a bit part as a cheesy mobster delivering stereotypical Cockney dialogue....why, Malcolm, why?

Apart from that, good performances by the boys :)

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Millions (2004)

A simply beautiful film.

Both boys were fantastic, and it was brilliantly directed.

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Mission Top Secret (1993-1995)

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Mr. Nanny (1993)

I'm afraid I don't have the words to describe how irretrievably horrible this movie is...

Don't Bother My Movie Rating: Red Star 1 / 10
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Mrs. Doubtfire (1993)

Very much a Robin Williams movie. But, as much as that is the case, and as much as I dislike his humour, fairly watchable.

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My Dog Skip (2000)

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My Family (2000-2011)

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My Left Foot (1989)

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Nanny McPhee (2005)

Very entertaining family comedy. Has the happy ending (sorry for the spoiler!), and moral lessons concomitant with films of this genre, but these aren't entirely at the expense of plot, jokes and charm on the part of the child actors, particularly Master Sangster :-)

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The Navigator: A Medieval Odyssey (1988)

A film set in Cumbria, in the UK, in the 14th century, made by a film company from New Zealand, and starring a cast from New Zealand. A fantastic film, which I probably would have missed had I not mistaken it at the cinema for the film starring Joey Cramer (who, incidentally is for some reason referred to as "fat" (?) in one of the reviews above by someone who thought others would make the same mistake).

Quite apart from the superb Scots-border accents, the film is a captivating concept which I think would appeal to the dreamer and explorer in most of us. I managed to find plenty of reviews, but no screen shots, as yet, and I've yet to scour the credits to see where it was filmed

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Neighbours (1985-????)

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The NeverEnding Story II: The Next Chapter (1990)

Watchable enough, and Johnathon Brandis gives an ok performance, but it doesn't quite have the magical sparkle of the first.

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