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(A) Mad Hot Ballroom

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MPAA Rating:     Audience: 4th - 6th Grades
"Can I have the gentlemen tuck in their shirts, please?"

This is a question politely but firmly addressed to a group of underprivleged 5th graders in New York. And not in the 1950's. Now. ...

(A) Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World

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MPAA Rating:     Audience: Mature High Schooler
This first movie based on Patrick O'Brien's hugely popular 20-volume series of books about a ship's captain during the Napoleonic Wars falls into the Harry Potter category: the intensely detailed b...

(A) Matchstick Men

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MPAA Rating:     Audience: Mature High Schooler
Director Ridley Scott (Gladiator, Thelma and Louise, Blade Runner) has assembled the ingredients in this movie like a perfectly iced martini that is stirred, not shaken. The result is dry but refr...

(A) Meet Me in St. Louis

Genre: Romance
MPAA Rating: G     Audience: All Ages
This episodic story of the Smith family in the St. Louis of 1903 is based on the memoirs of Sally Benson.  Its pleasures are in the period detail, the glorious songs (including standards "The Trol...

(A) Memoirs of a Geisha

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MPAA Rating:     Audience: Mature High Schooler
Movies can show us visions of other worlds, exotic vistas, customs, fashions, rules. And they can show us visions of ourselves, with our longings, our fears, our dreams, the and the way love can i...

(A) Monsters, Inc. 3D

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MPAA Rating: G     Audience: Kindergarten - 3rd Grade
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(A) Mr. Deeds Goes to Town

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MPAA Rating:     Audience: Kindergarten - 3rd Grade
Longfellow Deeds (Gary Cooper), of Mandrake Falls, Vermont, is a quiet bachelor who writes rhymes for birthday cards and plays the tuba for concentration. Informed that he has inherited twenty mill...

(A) Munich

Genre: Thriller
MPAA Rating: R     Audience: High School
Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meier said, "I can forgive them for killing my children. I cannot forgive them for forcing my children to kill theirs."

At the 1972 Olympic games in Munich, ther...




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