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Little Buddha (1993)

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Little Secrets (2001)

My late introduction to Michael Angarano. Such a cute face, made for mugging. I loved Landon Kunzelman and got a real laugh at the end when we see the results of his digging.

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Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome (1985)

On watching it again I was, surprisingly, most intrigued by the character played by Frank Thring. That million-dollar voice of his was so familiar it drove me crazy until I remembered his roles in Ben-Hur and The Vikings.

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Maid in Manhattan (2002)

What Cal said.

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Matinée (1977)

Armando Martin Martinez who plays Jorge - a very charming Mexican boy with freckles! Very cute.

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Mercury Rising (1998)

Given the boy's autism and the loud, violent handling the film gives him its a wonder he didn't end up completely shattered. Miko is totally endearing, as usual.

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Misty (1961)

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Morte a Venezia (1971)

A sad parable of repression.

I also found the film heavily padded and slow. I would have edited 25 minutes, easily. Any director unable to establish a scene or set a mood in less than five minutes is simply wasting film and boring audiences.

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The Mummy Returns (2001)

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My Bodyguard (1980)

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My Left Foot (1989)

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Mysterious Skin (2004)

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The NeverEnding Story II: The Next Chapter (1990)

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The New Adventures of Pinocchio (1999)

Gabriel Thomson is wonderful. He has a classic boy profile, I finally noticed.

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Nochnoy dozor (2004)

Russia takes a stab at a big horror/fantasy production and the result is bizarre but interesting. Dmitri is breathtaking and quite a good actor.

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Non si sevizia un paperino (1972)

Not bad at all! Having seen one of Fulci's latest films I was prepared for the worst. The several boys in the cast are a visual treat. My worst complaint is that the film is dubbed in english and I missed hearing the boys' natural voices.

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The Nutcracker in 3D (2009)

Always nice to see Charlie Rowe. The movie tries very hard to be charming and magical, with very good production values. To me, it only succeeds a little. It is often ponderous and takes some awful liberties with Tchaikovski's music.

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Oliver Twist (1997)

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Pay It Forward (2000)

Might have had more impact for me if I didn't know that the notion of 'pay it forward' did not originate with this movie. The science fiction author Robert Heinlein used the phrase years ago and reportedly lived it in his dealings with others.

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Pete's Dragon (1977)

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