I love to|serve them roasted.
It gives them|a more robust taste.
A wonderful|side dish would be ravioli
with boletus|or truffles, per season.
But you need a good pigeon
You could also cook them|in a pig's bladder
in Madeira, cognac and port.
It keeps the pigeon|safe and juicy.
Serve it with tagliatelle|with onions,
truffles and shallots|in a thyme sauce.
Truffles are perfect|for pigeon dish,
because the delicate|pigeon flavor...
Do you feel ill?|-No, no.
Please go on.
Start with crayfish, mussels...|-Martha.
May I change the subject|for a moment?
Why do you come to therapy|every week?
Why do you ask?
Well, I thought perhaps...
it might be helpful to know.
My boss says she'll fire me|if I don't go to therapy.
Why do you think your|boss believes you need therapy?
You know what?|I have no idea.
Table 19 has asked|for the cheque.
On with 14!|-When is 6 ready? -4 minutes.
Gregor says the lamb is great.|-The Steinbergs are here.
I'm busy.|-Martha, please.
2 rucola salads,|one without the duck.
Not too long, or...|-I know.
Dry, Lea.|Qualis go dry, not tough.
And hold off table 9.|-Yes
Let's go through next week's menu|later. -Okay. Lea, table 14!
The quails were tremendous!|Amazing! Magical! -I'm glad.
My husband worships you.|I'm jealous!
I worship everyone who tickles|my palate.
Heaven knows why he married me.
He won't allow me|to make a cup of tea.
There's one thing lonelier|than sleeping alone:
eating alone.|And I love you.
Table 9 asks what this is.|-Lemon thyme.
Should I remove the plate?|-Please.
What is it? -I'll handle it.|-Now what?
I wanna talk to the chef!|-I'm the chef.
Is that so?
Bernd, please!|- You stay out of this!
Your foie gras is undercooked!
Excuse me?|-I'll take it off the bill.
Never!|-My foie gras is not undercooked!
Believe me, dear,|I know what's what.
I am not your dear! This was|perfectly poached at 1 40C in the oven,
and a water temp.|of 80, for 25 minutes.
And it's got the right rose color.
"Comme il faut,"|as the French say.
I don't give a damn!|It's undercooked!
Would you like something else?
Casting pearls before swines|- What!
D'you think you are|at a snack bar?
You want liverwurst,|go someplace else!
Excuse me, please
Why not pour out the wine too!|With all that smoking
you won't taste it anyway!
I'll never cook for you again!
I told you|to pull yourself together!
No, you always|have to make a scene!
He's a barbarian!|-He's a customer!
If he says it's undercooked,|then it is!
It's cruelty to geese!|-Shut it!
It's perfect!|Not a matter of taste.
I know.|But the customer is king.
And who am l? The fool?
If you weren't the second|best cook in the city
I'd fire you on the spot!
Second?|What's that supposed to mean?
What does she mean by that?
She only said it to annoy me
I'm sure she only said it|to annoy me.
One knows a good chef|by simple dishes.
For instance salmon|in light basil sauce.
Most people think it's no big deal|and put it on the menu.
But frying or steaming|it just right
and putting the right amount of salt|and spices in the sauce is difficult
In this recipe|there's no distraction,
no exotic ingredient.
There's only the fish
and the sauce.|The fish and the sauce
Just a minute!
Yes?|-You're the new neighbour?
Was the music too loud?|-No.
I live in the apartment above you.
And I thought,|as you have only just moved in
You can't have settled in yet.
Yeah, it's all a bit chaotic.
I haven't had time to clear|it all up.
I've made something to eat.|You hungry?
Are you inviting me to dinner?|-No...
I could bring you something.
You don't even know me!
You're Samuel Thalberg.|An architect,
divorced, 2 kids.|Friends call you Sam.
Frau Schumann talks too much.
The gossip in the basement.
Don't listen to her,|she thinks I'm nuts.
And you are?|-A chef.
Martha Klein.|-Nice to meet you, Martha.
If you're hungry...|-I've an appointment.
I'm sorry.|Don't let me keep you.
Maybe some other time.|-Yes, maybe.
What'll I cook?
Nothing, we'll order pizza|or eat out.
No, that's out of the question.
What does Lina like?|-Everything.
Except oysters.|Nothing that's alive.
No oysters, okay.|-Hang on.
Lina, I've told you|a hundred times
to take off|your rollerskates outside!
Sorry. You still there?|-Yes.
Mom!|- I'm talking. What are your plans?
No plans.|-Go to the theatre, the movies.
It's your day off, right?
Call a friend,|have a nice meal,
go dancing afterwards.|-Maybe I will.
But do it,|don't just say you will.
Who is it?|-It's Martha.
I'll see you on Friday.|-Okay.
I'm not compulsive,|I'm precise!
Precision's most important|in a kitchen.
Precision and timing.
Have any idea how complicated it is|to coordinate 47 customers?
Logistics is half the battle.
Can't master logistics?|Forget cooking.
I hope you like mussels.
We agreed you wouldn't|cook for me.
I didn't cook it for you.
I've just tried out something.
You want me to throw it all away|just because you've got principles?
If you'd at least join me,
I'd say that|we're making progress.
That's a good one!|-Calm down!
One with the hair loose,|one tied up.
I just looked at him and said:
"If you're looking for an actress|who strips
"and lets a priest whip her,
"you're wrong!"|-Only in her spare time.
Like the guy at table 17|who brings a different chick
every Friday: rich but uptight!
The special for the Steinbergs.|No salad for him.
she wants it after the fish.
If he stares at my tits again,
he's in for it!|Tip or no tip.
Now I've to ask him|to be patient!
You must eat something.
Could someone|answer the damn phone!
If it's my sister,|I'll be home at one.
Yes, she's here.|Martha, for you
Keep an eye on it
I'm on my way
Hello, dear, it's me again
I wanted to let you know|we'll be late.
I had to see Lina's teacher,|and that took forever,
so we hit the road|way too late.
I don't know what time it is now,|but I've got about 200 km to go.
So don't worry|when I'm not there.
See you, bye.
Have you seen Lina yet?
I was just going to.
No one has told her|about her mother yet.
Do you know|how to reach her father?
Christin didn't keep|in touch with him.
I don't even know his name.|-I see.
Lina hasn't touched her food.|Could you talk to her?
She should eat something.
I will.|-Good luck.
Does it hurt real bad?
Don't you want to eat anything?
You know what?
When they let you out,
I'll cook you|the best dinner you've ever had.
Is Mom dead?
If Martha doesn't find a replacement|soon, I'll have my baby right here.
My friend has been|in bed for 6 weeks...
In the tank,
a lobster eats itself|slowly from the inside.
You have to weigh|it when you buy it.
If it's not as heavy as it looks,
it has been in the tank too long
Some people still kill a lobster|by throwing it in boiling water.
But by now everyone knows
that for the animal|it's the most agonizing death,
because it takes|so long for it to die.
The best way to kill a lobster is|with a well-placed stab in the neck.
I'll be right there.
Go home, Martha.
I just need a minute.|I'll be all right.
You don't understand.|It's no suggestion.
I want you to go home.
I've brought us something.
I'm not hungry.
Neither am l.
Would you rather get some sleep?
I'm not tired.
This Friday you can go home.
Did you know that?|-Yes.
You and I need to talk|about what to do.
Can I go back home?
I'm afraid you can't.
You'd be all alone there.
I've been alone a lot.
But your Mom would|always come home.
Why can't I live with my father?
What do you know|about your father?
He's called Giuseppe.
Giuseppe.|Do you know his last name?
Well, that's a start.
I'll try and find|your father, Lina.
And in the meantime you could|live with me,
if you like.
What do you think?|-Until you find him?
Until I find him.
I don't want to eat.
Rather have something else?
Aren't you hungry at all?
May I go back|to my room now, please?
I have to go out|for a moment. -Okay
Your dinner's in the oven.|-Okay
Do you need anything else?
Right, I'm off then
I didn't see you come in.
I was on my way out.|I forgot something.
So, how are you?
Have you had dinner?
Today?|-This evening, yes...
Neither have l. Would you like|to have dinner with me?
I'm sorry, I can't right now.
That's too bad.
Maybe some other time.
Bye.|-Hadn't you forgotten something?
Yes, of course.
I'm off now.|-Okay.
Only a well-fed cook|is a good cook.
First you must saturate|your taste buds
and only then season to taste.
If you're satisfied|on a full stomach,
then you're a really good cook.
What are you doing here?
Tell me the secret|of your saffron sauce.
I beg your pardon?|-Lea didn't want to show me and...
How he savours the song!|Fantastic.
I meant to call you.|This is Mario.
This is Martha, our chef.
Believe me,|the world would be a sad place
without your pigeon with truffles.
You could've asked!
You had other worries.|-But... -Evening.
Booked a table?|-Yes, Mendel. For two.
Let me show you to your table.
Great. A madman in my kitchen!
It's my kitchen|and he isn't mad.
He's eccentric.|Your coats, please
Eccentric? Are you mad?
An Italian!|-Someone'll be with you soon
We agreed|that I would choose my staff.
Lea would've coped|for a few days.
And what does he want|my recipe for?
I... -Calm down!|I needed a replacement
He's a superb cook.|Be glad he's here.
Lea shouldn't work at all|after 8.
Soon we'll have to do|without her.
If we're lucky,|Mario will stay on.
He could do the fish dishes.
Hang on! The fish dishes!
You know we've got to change.
Nowadays people|want light dishes.
They watch their diet,|their cholesterol,
blood pressure,|salt content of water!
Olive oil instead of butter.|Light!
Want to get rid of me?|Tell me now!
When I do,|you'll be the first to know!
Didn't I have|to go to school today?
D'you need anything?|A pen? Maybe paper?
Want to take sandwiches?|-No, thanks.
I can't find my scarf.|-Hurry up.
Put on your jacket.
I won't go without my scarf!
What did you say?|-I can't find my scarf.
You can have mine.|-I want mine!
We're late. Put on mine today
and yours tomorrow, okay?
Is that it?|-Yes.
Thank God!|-But I didn't put it on him.
I'll get you some.
Who are you?
I'm Sam, your neighbour.
There you are.|-Thank you.
Have you had breakfast yet?
No, but we've got|to get to school.
lsn't she a little too old|for that?
Goodbye.|-See you around.
Why go to school|if I'm going to ltaly?
Because all children|go to school.
I don't know|when I'll find your father.
Have you started looking at all?
I don't really know|where to start. -In Italy!
Two chefs in one kitchen is like...
Like 2 people driving a car.|lmpossible.
My wife and I often drive together.
But you're not both|behind the wheel.
You'll manage to avoid the worst.
That he'll put up|with you for a while.
Are you this nice to all|your patients?
Only to those who deserve it.
I know you don't need|a babysitter,
but this way|I'll know you've everything.
I don't need anything.
Or if anything happens,
like a fire,|I don't want you to be alone.
She's probably nicer|than she looks.
And she brought a book,|to read to you.
I can read myself.
Maybe a game.|-Haven't you got any?
When will you be back?|-Late.
It's ready.|Veal's in the fridge,
everything else is here.
All you have to do is...
Heat it up.
Here's the recipe.
You can cook, can't you?
Not a bit.|-Great!
Why, why, why...?
Hire a detective.
No. They find nothing,|and cost a fortune.
My sister once hired a detective|to find her ex-boyfriend.
He bled her,
but never found him.|-Just what I said.
Isn't Mario there yet?
Maybe changed his mind.|-Don't you dare!
Missed out on something?|-Not really.
We've been working here|for an hour.
No, thank you.
I never eat in the afternoon.
Martha, my mother whispered this|recipe to me on her deathbed.
It's been a family secret|for centuries.
I made it especially|for all of you.
You can't say no,|that's impossible.
The memory of my mama is more...
I thought your mother|lived in Nice. -Yes, no.
We thought she wasn't|going to make it,
but then...|It was a miracle!
Table 15: 3 tureens, 1 rucola salad,|1 angler, 2 lambs. 6 minutes
Lia are you ready?
Carlos, 1 lobster, 3 artichokes
Let me know if you need help.
Lea, table 3, 30 seconds.
Carry on with table 6.|-Tables 2 and 4.
Lea, now 1 quail and 1 rabbit.
Carlos, 2 rucola salads, 1 tureen.
2 mousses, quickly, please
I'll need that.|-You'll get it back.
May I ask you something?|-If you must.
Who taught you to cook this good?
That's French for "father".
In English he'd be a pear.
What's wrong with you?
Anything wrong with my cooking?
It's my kitchen.|I worked hard for it.
I won't let you take it away|from me.
Why would I want to do that?
What else could you want here?
Now you listen to me.
I don't need this job.
I can work anywhere I want.
I'd like to work here.|I admire you.
It's an honor for me|to cook with you.
But most of all I like to work
where I'm wanted.|You understand, right?
So if you want me to leave,|just say so and I'm gone
What's going on here?
What is it you want?
Sorry, Frida, find someone else.
Why? Martha,|what have you done?
Nothing at all.
Please stay, Mario, we need you.
I'd need to hear her say so.
After all, it's her kitchen.|-It's mine, too. -No.
It's your restaurant,|but her kitchen.
Without her, it's just a pile|of metal. It's for her to decide.
All right, if there's no other way.
We'll give it a try.
You want me to stay?
Didn't I just say so?|-Excuse me?
I want you to stay.
All right, I'll stay.
Your towel's on fire.
"l am at Sam's"
I'm sorry,|I'd hoped the babysitter...
That's OK.|It was a pleasant change.
How could I thank you?
You could go out with me|some time.
I don't go out.|-No? What a shame.
What a shame.|We could stay in together.
Well, good night.
That bitch's not coming back.|I promise.
She wouldn't come anyway.
Did you have anything to eat?
You want anything?|I'll make something.
I want to go home.
Sleep with me in the living room?|-No.
I'll stay until you fall asleep.|-No
Good night then.
Gnocchi?|You want to serve gnocchi!
I've never made gnocchi.|-That's okay.
Mario's, in sage butter,|are glorious.
Wonderful! Was it his idea?|-No, mine.
Gnocchi! Of all things!
They need to be made|with great care.
With gnocchi you take your time.
They tend to get tough and|inedible, if you don't do your best
I always do my best.
With cooking, yes.
Could you do me a favor?
Here,|I just need his address.
If his wife answers,|say you're an old friend
and you forgot the address.
What's wrong now?
If I have to lie,|I want to know why.
I want to send this letter|to Giuseppe.
Could you translate it for me?
5 wants the crayfish|as a main course.
She won't touch anything I cook
Give her time.|-How long? Until she's...
skin and bones?|She fainted today.
Do you like it here?
My mother was a vegetarian.
Show you how to make|creme brule?
No, thank you.
Carry on with tables 7 and 11.
The Steinbergs|want to speak to you.
Here, smell this.
In Italian it's called "basilico".
You've got company now?|-Temporarily.
And? Do you get along?
I don't know|how to deal with children.
Amusing?|-The little boy in every man.
But seriously.|You prepared the angler?
Lea, take over table 5,|will you?
This is delicious!
12 still not ready?|Get a move on!
Leave me some.
I thought|I was never going to get...
See you tomorrow.|-Right, tomorrow
I hope she finds a home soon.
She needs a home.
Does anyone want a ride?|-Yes, please.
Nearly finished.|First this arm...
And now this one.
It's late,|we'll be late for school.
Just tell them|it was my fault, okay?
And that it'll never happen again.
I'll pick you up later!
This is for you.
Could I have|some cheese, please?
The rosemary first.|Smell.
In she goes!
Smells wonderful, right?|Now the fish.
What is it?|-Don't fall down!
Don't fall down!
Watch the potatoes.
Are you crazy,|those are truffles!
Martha! The baby's coming!
We need an ambulance!
Oh my God!
I'm sorry...|-You forgot me!
No, I didn't.|-Yes, you did!
No, I didn't
I took Lea to the hospital
We were at the market when she...
You forgot me!
All right, I forgot you.
I'm really sorry.
Let's go home
Come, it's freezing here!
Come on, will you?
I'll make you a deal:|make a wish.
You may wish|for anything you like,
and I'll do everything|to make it come true.
Then forgive me|for having forgotten you.
All right, I forgive you.
I'm off to work.|Are you coming?
Tomorrow's your day off, right?|-Yes.
And Mario, too?
But why can't I cook for us?
We could cook together...|-I prefer ltalian food.
Martha, could I see you|for a moment?
What do you suggest I do?
I can't leave her at home alone,|she's only 8.
Exactly, she's only 8
She should be at home,|play with kids,
do her homework|and go to bed early.
Why don't you find her|a babysitter?
She doesn't need one,|she needs a mother.
It was Lina's idea, not mine.
Now why doesn't that|surprise me?
OK, all right.
And I'll do the shopping.
We've got everything.|-I do the shopping!
He's always late.
What if your letter gets lost?
I sent it by registered mail.
Where's the kitchen?|-This way.
I'll take it.|-No, I've got it.
Have you got an iron pan?|-Of course.
Tonight, Lina and I will do|the cooking. Just Lina and l.
But I could...
Why can't we eat at the table?
We haven't got a table!|We're camping!
You forgot the plates.|-No, no, no.
We don't need them today.
No plates?!|-No plates!
What's wrong?|You suffer from asthma?
Allergy? Hold on.
You've got to breathe|into something,
like this. Breathe!
You've moved it!
Napoleon's Casaro|killed himself.
He couldn't get|the mascarpone in France.
Or was it|Louis XlV's personal chef?
I can't remember.
Anyway, one of them hit the dust.
Bit the dust.
Bit the dust.
Why are you telling me this?
Some things cannot be changed.
No matter how hard you try.
Have you ever been to Italy?|-No.
Has Lina got her own room?
Why do you ask?
We only have|her best interest at heart.
She sleeps in my room.
Together with you?|-No, I'm on the couch.
I see.|-It's only for the time being.
I've been in touch|with her father...
Her father?|I thought he was unknown.
I've found him. He's Italian.
He'll come pick her up.|-An Italian?
And you believe|he'll come and get her?
Yes, of course!
Right, anyway,|this is not about
Lina being late|for school regularly.
It's about her not coming here|at all.
And if she comes,|she falls asleep.
And her excuse|for her lack of sleep?
That she has to work late!
She says|she works as a kitchen help,
to earn her board|and lodgings with you!
What did you do|the whole time?
Nothing, I just walked round.
You must go to school,|and that's that.
I don't want to.|-Why not? -Just because.
I can't take you|to the "Lido" anymore.
What? Why not?
That isn't place for a child.
And if I promise to go to school?
Not even then.|I just can't take you.
But why not?
You're only 8, Lina!|-So?
You go to school|and be in bed by 8.
You shouldn't spend|your evenings...
You're so mean!|-Me? Mean?
You're the one telling stories!
Then I won't go to school at all!
Want to become a foster child?|Go ahead!
It won't be my fault!
You don't want me anyway!
Lina, come back!
Let me go!|I want my mommy!
When Dad arrives|I'll get away from you!
Let me in.|-Go away! I hate you!
That's enough, open the door!
No! You can't order me around!
Open the door, or I'll...
You're not my mother|and never will be!
I don't even want to be your mother!
And I never asked to be, damn it!
Sorry to disturb you.
Is everything okay?
Could you do me a favor?|-What favor?
Could you look after Lina tonight?
I know it's on very short notice,
but I've got to go to work.
She probably won't|come out of her room.
Could you look in on her|now and then?
One more little devil|won't matter.
Thank you, that's very kind.
Come on, let's play.
Up there!|Film that, Lina, the kite!
This is a serious moment.|Listen to me.
You're not in the picture.|Now you are.
Our first holiday together!
Throw sand at her|-No!
Thanks for the tip!
Mom, I want the camera!|I want it!
Is that her?
At the station,|buying a ticket to ltaly.
For 22 marks!
Keep an eye on your niece|in the future.
Don't ever do that again,|you hear?
I was so worried about you!
I wish I had a recipe to follow
I know I can't replace|your mother.
I couldn't, even if I wanted to.
I'm just doing my best,|you understand?
I know I'm not doing|a very good job.
But I'm trying very hard,|believe me.
Where were you going?|To Giuseppe?
He'll come, sweetie.|I know he will.
I'm starting to forget her.
Oh Lina, come here.
Do you know what time it is?
It's very, very late.
Cognac, white wine.
Frida was raging mad,|as you can imagine.
Onions and garlic.
I'm sure you got along fine|without me.
It was hell.|Open your mouth.
Would you like another?|-Yes!
Hand me the jam, will you?
Martha, could you come?
Can I help you?
Are you Martha?|Christin's sister?
You wrote to me.|I'm Giuseppe Lorenzo.
You'll be fine there.|-Yes
Giuseppe's very nice.
You'll like ltaly.|It's beautiful there.
The sun nearly always shines.
And the food is simply delicious.
Have you ever been to ltaly?
No, but your Mom|always told me about it.
Yes. Me, too.
Your mom will always|be your mom,
even though|she's not with you anymore.
Always remember that,|you hear?
Lina...|That's a beautiful name.
Do you know what it means?
It's short for "Bellina".
In Italy that means|"beautiful girl".
Beautiful girl. -Yes.
Have a good trip.|Drive carefully.
If I'd known...
I'm really sorry.
I wish I'd met Lina
under different circumstances.
She's a little bit like me.|You know?
A little bit.
She's not easy to get to know.
She likes to cook.
So if you...
Lina will be fine with us.
Of course. I know.
Take care, my angel.
You too, Martha.
Go away, leave me alone.|I can't...
I told you to leave me alone!
I want you to go!
Table 7 wants it rare.
It is rare.
Obviously not rare enough.
Any rarer and it would be raw.
Please, not tonight.|Make a new one.
From the asshole at table 7.
He asks:|Ever seen a really rare steak?
Rare enough?|I'll get you salt and pepper
and you can eat it raw!
You'll get a clean tablecloth|at once.
No need, I'll do it.
Now excuse me,|I've got things to do.
If you go now,|don't come back tomorrow.
I know, but I have to go.
Take care, Frida.|Good luck
I need your help.
Do you think she'll come back|with us?
Of course she'll come back.
Why would she want to stay|with her family
in sunny Italy
when she can go|to cold and grey Germany
to live with a nutcase like you?
You're so mean.|That's not funny.
Lina loves you.
Don't you know that?
But I made it|just the way you said.
I followed the recipe|step by step,
the way you wrote it down.
Prebaked the crust|for 15 minutes?
Exactly 15 minutes|at precisely 210C.
You sure your oven|heats up to 210C?
The thing is brand-new.
Perhaps you neaded|the dough too long?
Not a second|longer than necessary!
Then it must be the sugar.
Did you get the Belgian|like I told you?
Can you tell differences in sugar?
Of course not.
I can taste which kind|you didn't use.
I give up.
I'll be right back.
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Man Who Knew Too Little The CD1
Man Who Knew Too Little The CD2
Man Who Knew Too Much The
Man Who Loved Women The
Man Who Shot liberty Valance The 1962
Man Who Went to Mars A (2003) CD1
Man Who Went to Mars A (2003) CD2
Man Who Would Be King The
Man Without a Past
Man of La Mancha (1972) CD1
Man of La Mancha (1972) CD2
Man of the Year The 2003
Man with the Golden Gun The
Manchurian Candidate The 2004
Manhattan Murder Mystery
Mannen Som Ikke Kunne Le
Mannen Som Log
Manon des Sources
Manon of the Spring
Mans Best Friend
Map Of The Human Heart 1993
Maria Full Of Grace (2004)
Marilyn Monroe - The final days 2001
Marius 1931 CD1
Marius 1931 CD2
Marnie (Hitchcock 1964)
Married With Children 1x01 - Pilot
Married With Children 1x02 - Thinergy
Married With Children 1x03 - Sixteen Years and What You Get
Married With Children 1x04 - But I Didnt Shoot the Deputy
Married With Children 1x05 - Have You Driven a Ford Lately
Married With Children 1x06 - Whose Room Is It Anyway
Married With Children 1x07 - Al Loses His Cherry
Married With Children 1x08 - Peggy Sue Got Work
Married With Children 1x09 - Married Without Children
Married With Children 1x10 - The Poker Game
Married With Children 1x11 - Where Is the Boss
Married With Children 1x12 - Nightmare On Als Street
Married With Children 1x13 - Johnny B Gone
Marrying Kind The (George Cukor 1952)
Marrying The Mafia CD1
Marrying The Mafia CD2
Martian Chronicles The 1980 CD1
Martian Chronicles The 1980 CD2
Martin Lawrence Live Runteldat
Marx Brothers - Horse Feathers (1932)
Mary Poppins 1964 CD1
Mary Poppins 1964 CD2
Mask of Zorro
Masque of the Red Death The
Master And Commander - The Far Side Of The World (2003) CD1
Master And Commander - The Far Side Of The World (2003) CD2
Matango (Attack of the Mushroom People 1963)
Matrix Reloaded (2)
Matrix Revisited The (2001) CD1
Matrix Revisited The (2001) CD2
Matrix Revolutions The CD1
Matrix Revolutions The CD2
May (Lucky McKee 2002)
McKenzie Break The 1970
Me Myself I
Me Myself and Irene
Mean Creek 2004
Meaning Of Life The (Monty Pythons) CD1
Meaning Of Life The (Monty Pythons) CD2
Meet Joe Black
Meet The Parents
Mekhong Full Moon Party (2002)
Men Behind the Sun
Men In Black
Men Make Women Crazy Theory
Men Suddenly In Black
Men in Black 2
Men in Tights
Menace 2 society
Mentale La (The Code)
Message in a Bottle
Miami Tail A 2003
Michael Collins CD1
Michael Collins CD2
Michael Jackson Moonwalker 1988
Michael Jordan To The Max 2000
Michel Vaillant CD1
Michel Vaillant CD2
Michelangelo Antonioni - Blow up
Mickey Blue Eyes 1999
Middle of the Moment
Midnight Clear A
Midnight Cowboy (1969)
Midnight Express 1978
Midnight Mass 2002
Midnight Run CD1
Midnight Run CD2
Mighty Wind A
Milagro De P Tinto El
Milieu du monde Le (Alain Tanner 1974)
Millers Crossing 1990
Million Dollar Baby CD1
Million Dollar Baby CD2
Million Le 1931
Minimal Stories 2002
Minority Report 2002
Miracle On 34th Street
Miracle Worker The
Mirror The 1997
Mishima A Life In Four Chapters DVDRip 1985 CD1
Mishima A Life In Four Chapters DVDRip 1985 CD2
Mission Impossible (1996)
Mission Impossible 2
Mission The CD1
Mission The CD2
Mission en Marbella
Mississippi Burning CD1
Mississippi Burning CD2
Mississippi Mermaid 1969
Missouri Breaks The 1976
Mole The CD1
Mole The CD2
Molly Maguires The CD1
Molly Maguires The CD2
Mommie Dearest (1981)
Mona Lisa Smile CD1
Mona Lisa Smile CD2
Money Money Money (Claude Lelouch 1972) CD1
Money Money Money (Claude Lelouch 1972) CD2
Monkeybone - Special Edition
Monsters and Cie
Monthy Python - Life Of Brian
Monty Python Live at the Hollywood Bowl
Monty Python Live at the Hollywood Bowl 1982
Monty Python and the Holy Grail
Monty Pythons Life of Brian
Monty Pythons The Meaning of Life
Monty Pythons and the Meaning of Life
Moon Child 2003 CD1
Moon Child 2003 CD2
Moon Spinners CD1
Moon Spinners CD2
Moonlight Whispers 1999
Moscow Does Not Believe In Tears CD1
Moscow Does Not Believe In Tears CD2
Mosquito Coast The CD1
Mosquito Coast The CD2
Most Terrible Time In My Life The (1994)
Mother India 1957 CD1
Mother India 1957 CD2
Mother Kusters Goes To Heaven 1975
Mother Night 1996
Mother The 2003 CD1
Mother The 2003 CD2
Mothman Prophecies The
Moulin Rouge CD1
Moulin Rouge CD2
Muhammad - Legacy Of A Prophet CD1 2002
Muhammad - Legacy Of A Prophet CD2 2002
Mujer mas fea del mundo La
Mummy Returns The - Collectors Edition (Widescreen)
Mummy The - Full-Screen Collectors Edition
Muppet Christmas Carol The
Murder By Numbers
Murder In The First 1995
Murder Most Foul (1964)
Murder My Sweet 1944
Murder at the Gallop
My Babys Daddy
My Beautiful Laundrette
My Big Fat Greek Wedding
My Boss My Hero
My Bosss Daughter 2003
My Girlfriends Boyfriend (Eric Rohmer 1987)
My Life as a Dog 1985
My Life to Live
My Neighbors the Yamadas (Isao Takahata 1999) CD1
My Neighbors the Yamadas (Isao Takahata 1999) CD2
My Son the Fanatic
My Tutor Friend (2003) CD1
My Tutor Friend (2003) CD2
My Wife Is A Gangster 2
My Wife Is Gangster
Mystery Of Rampo