Mother The 2003 CD1
I'm gonna be sweating like an old donkey.
You know how cold you get in London.
Come over to this side.
-Can I help you with that? -Thank you very much.
Cross the road and turn right.
-Which one is it? -That one, I think.
Come on, they invited us.
-Hello. -Hello, dear.
-God, you're early. -Not too early, I hope?
No, come in. It's great to see you at last. Bobby's been so looking forward to this.
-Just turn it off! -No!
-Mind your backs. -Oh, dear.
Mind your fronts, mind your minds and manners.
I'm breathing dust in.
Everybody hold their breath for 10 minutes.
It's like Buckingham Palace.
Hello, little ones.
-Have they got any presents? -Who are they?
For God's sake, Rosie.
What a lovely house.
That's your gran and granddad. Say hello.
-Hello, sweetheart. -Harry.
Goodness, you've grown. I wouldn't have recognized you.
-Hello, Rosie. -Hello, granddad.
Shall I take that?
-Do you like jigsaws? -Yeah.
-What are you listening to? -What?
-What are you listening to? -What?
You have a broken face.
That's not very nice.
How long are you staying?
We don't know yet, dear. We haven't decided.
Can you do the bedroom....
That's a castle in Wales.
Rosie, come on. Harry.
How graceful you are, my dear.
And elegant. Always like a picture.
Toots, you're always so sweet. I'm really late.
Where is he then? Still in bed?
Harry, for God's sake, stop it! Sorry.
He had an 8:30. He'll be here in a second.
-I hope he's not overdoing it. -We're all doing that.
Have you got a little job?
-Didn't he tell you? -No.
-I've just opened a shop. -Selling what?
Cashmere. Anything you can get made out of gorgeous cashmere, look.
Feel these sweaters. Absolutely gorgeous.
My goodness. Yes, it's very soft.
-You girls, you're doing everything now. -Pop into the shop if you want.
Well, you got here okay. You're nice and early, too.
Listen, I've just popped back, really, just to say hello.
Aren't you spending the day with us?
I can't. I'd love to, but I've got wall-to-wall bloody meetings all day.
-Everybody wants him. -Yeah, that's it, Mom.
Everything's going well then?
-Business is good? -Business is at its busiest, really.
-I've got to go. -We've got too busy to--
I'll see you tonight, okay? We're going to Paula's.
She's cooking, so watch out. All right, bye.
Look, make yourselves at home. Use anything you want.
There's some basil risotto in the fridge.
-Can I get a lift? -As long as you don't talk to me.
Most of the time you criticize me for not talking.
Because you only talk to me when I'm doing something else.
All right, mate, you want something, do you?
-Yes, bye. -Bye.
-Yes, I know. -Are you?
Stop it. He's slow enough as it is.
Michelangelo took less time at the bloody Sistine Chapel.
Yes, but this'll last longer.
Basil risotto? What the hell is that?
-Pleased to meet you, sir. I'm Darren. -Toots.
That's me, yes, Toots.
-Do you like this work? -I try to.
-Some of this is very careful work. -Built it to last.
They'll be sitting in here in their old age.
They won't enjoy it. They won't know what to do with themselves.
This is Bobby's mom.
And Paula's. We have a daughter.
I'm probably one of Bobby's oldest pals in London.
At college together.
Except, I left in the second week.
-Do you like cricket? -Yes, I do.
-Playing or watching? -Well, I used to play a bit.
Did you? Were you a batter or bowler?
-A bit of bowling. -Well, I was a left-handed batter.
-Really? Whereabouts? -All over. Till my knee went.
Pulled it, you know.
-What are you laughing at? -Nothing.
What's that? There.
Over to your pads, 'cause you're gonna get bowled out there, right?
So try it once more.
That's amusements. Slot machines, things like that.
You have to put money in.
-What does that say? -That's an optician's.
-N. -That's it, brilliant.
Bobby. Not so fast.
Come on, Dad. Come on, it's not that far.
-Just a minute. I'm coming. -You all right?
We should have taken the bus. I said we should have taken the bus.
-Dad, are you sure you're all right? -Yes. I just want to see Paula, come on.
-He's all right. -Daddy, lift me up, please.
I don't wanna carry you now. Can't you walk?
-Are you all right? -Yes, I'm all right.
-My little ballerina! -Hi, Dad.
-Still not married? -Stop it. Leave her alone.
Once was enough.
-Hello, darling. -Hello, Jacky.
Bobby made us walk. He said it was 10 minutes. It's taken us hours.
The boy needs a man like me around the place.
Bobby's gonna introduce me to some of his rich friends, aren't you, Bobby?
You know Darren's rather adept with his hands, isn't he?
Handyman, handy chap.
Okay, anyone want a drink?
You should look after your sister.
-About time she looked after herself. -Don't start arguing straight away.
Bobby, I've got something to show you. Come with me.
Come with me, let me show you this.
Look. He just left it like this.
-Who has? -Darren.
Well, tell him off. That's a rotten thing to do.
Well, Bobby's got him working all hours.
Excuse me, I am paying him, you know.
Jesus, I've got more than Darren to think about.
-Sorry. -Oh, God.
Those wretched mobile phones. Why do they need them?
There was a man on the phone shouting for half an hour the other night.
I felt like saying, "You don't need the phone, they can hear you in Glasgow."
Thank you, dear.
-Really? I did, you know. I promised them.... -All right, Dad?
-Really? I did, you know. I promised them.... -All right, Dad?
Yeah, look what I've got.
-Right, can I get you a drink? -That would be lovely.
-Cup of tea, glass of wine? -I'll have a glass of wine.
Right. Careful, everyone. This is hot.
Hey, look at that.
You've burnt yourself.
Right. Let's eat.
-Okay, who wants some wine? -You didn't even bring any wine.
Thank you, darling.
-Here it comes, Dad. -I am so happy.
Happy to see everyone together. Like the old days.
Remember when we all drove up to Scotland?
You were young. And we felt young.
-We were sick out of the car window. -You were sick, always sick.
It was horrible.
Mother wore summer dresses...
and went pink in the face like a salmon.
I went bright red.
And it was raining sheets and buckets.
Oh, God, yeah.
Table tennis, do you remember table tennis?
And you read to us.
And then when I wanted to make up my own stories, Bobby hit me.
-No, I didn't. -You were always teasing him.
-You did. -No, I didn't, I wouldn't do it.
He was always hitting me.
-Well, yes, he was. -No, I wasn't.
You know the thing I'm most proud of?
-Hey, to us all. -Yeah.
-Long lives. -Yes. Long lives.
How much of this can you eat? Jack?
Okay, just a little bit.
Paula's food always makes me feel ill.
You should have told her what I like.
What shall we do tomorrow?
-Can't we go home? -What's the matter?
I've got to go again.
Then you'll have to go yourself. That's one thing I can't do for you.
I've got pains.
What, do you mean now, Dad? Okay.
What is it, in your chest? In your arms? Where is it, Dad? Come on.
All right, okay. It's okay.
Helen, I need you to wake up.
All right. Mother!
I can't just leave him on his own.
There you are, Dianne. "Go for it" is John's advice.
Don't listen to.... Well, listen to him, but don't do anything he tells you.
Look, they're waiting for him.
Come on, in you come.
Mom, where do you want his things?
Just put them back.
-Back where? -Just put them anywhere.
Mom, I must....
The thing is, I'm really gonna have to....
Look at these.
Sorry to interrupt you there. Listen, I'm not in town right now.
I'm gonna be back first thing tomorrow morning.
I really want to meet with you on this.
But I just can't talk right at this moment. Is that okay?
I appreciate it.
All right, see you tomorrow. Take care. Bye.
Come on, why don't you sit down?
I'll put the TV on and I'll make you a cup of tea.
If I sit down, I'll never get up again.
I'll be like all the other old girls around here.
And then I'll go into a home.
Well, you know, I'm sure that's a common reaction.
I'd rather kill myself.
Mom, you can't just wander about.
Come on, sit down.
Such a comfy-looking chair.
You sit in it then. I'm not staying here.
Please. Don't be difficult, Mother.
-Sorry? -Why shouldn't I be difficult?
-What? -Why shouldn't I be difficult?
No, it's just that I can't....
No, we'll just tell them they've got to do it.
We'll just say that's.... That's what I said when I interviewed them.
That they were gonna have to do extra hours, so that's.... Yeah.
Yeah. No, totally.
Yeah, or I can.... I mean, I can come and....
Sorry. Yes, I'll come in and speak to them myself.
You know where everything is.
Is there anything else you need?
If you need somewhere quiet to sit...
use my study across the hall.
I never get a chance to go in there.
I've got to go to a meeting.
-What the fuck are you playing at? -My father has just died, okay?
-What the fuck are you playing at? -My father has just died, okay?
My business is going down. You're never here.
-No, I am here. -You're always on the phone.
It's a nightmare for me at the moment.
-It's nothing to do with that. -How do people not kill each other?
-You can't stand her! -Please keep your voice down.
Come on, let's just hold this together. Yeah?
I think I'll go out for a walk. Cheer myself up.
We'll be like that one day.
No one wanting us.
No one wants you anyway.
That's not entirely true.
Excuse me, I'm sorry to bother you...
but you don't happen to know where Benbow Road is, do you?
I don't know. I'm not living here. I'm from....
Excuse me, you don't happen to know where Benbow Road is?
-Do you know where it's near? -No, I mean I just got....
Go in the pub, go into the pub.
I'm completely lost.
No, I'm not from London, I don't know.
Do you know where she was going? Brilliant, Bobby.
I'll call you back later.
I'll call you back later.
-Where have you been? -I've no idea.
I completely lost my sense of direction.
I didn't know where I was going.
Well, you're here now. You're safe now.
Actually, I think I liked it.
You know, just walking.
-What are we gonna do with you? -I don't know, dear.
You could look after Jack sometimes.
In fact, I wanted to go out tonight.
-You're not staying in? -Not if I can help it.
It is a nightmare getting a babysitter...
and then when you get one, they wanna be paid the earth.
You could sleep in my room and I'll jump in with Jack later.
-Can l? -Yeah.
Well, it is what I came for.
I just hadn't expected to do it without your father.
-Won't you be cold without tights on? -Mom, I'm not a child.
Who's the fancy man?
-How do you know it's a man? -Well, I'm assuming it's a man.
Do you like him? Will I meet him? What does he do?
Thank you so much.
-Go on, enjoy yourself. -See you later.
-Bye, Jack. -Bye, Mom.
-Be good. -I will.
-Where's Mommy? I want.... -Hello, darling.
She won't be long. You come and get into bed with me.
That's right. You just snuggle up to me.
That's a good boy.
-Stay. -I better be going.
She's pulling this number at the moment that she's gonna kill herself.
You don't even sleep with her anymore, do you?
Are you gonna go home and fuck Carol now, are you?
Darren, my father died.
-My father died. -I know.
-I still love you, Darren. -I know, my sweet.
-You still care for me? -Of course I do.
-Well, say it then. Say it. -Yeah, of course I do.
Tell me that you love me.
You can't say it, can you? Fuck off then!
Darren, stop. I'm sorry.
I didn't mean to do that.
Leave her alone, you blasted brute.
-Mommy. -Yes, I'm here.
Now, give me that.
Go to sleep.
-Where's Mom? -Hello, darling. I'm picking you up today.
-ls that all right? -Yeah, it's okay.
You look tired. Have you had a busy day?
Yeah, it was tiring.
Shall I put them in?
Yes, that's a good boy. Nanny can cut that one.
Will you tell me a story? Darren tells me stories.
-Does he? Do you like him? -Yeah.
He told me this one once about a, like, monster...
with big bogies hanging out of his nose.
-And he had carrots, and onions, and toast. -Goodness me.
He used to go to starving people and dangle his face down at them.
Heavens, that's dreadful.
Wow, it looks amazing in here.
She's been to her therapist. Is that how you say it?
-Yes. -Go on, chop that up.
Can't you talk to your hairdresser, like everyone else?
Now, plant A will be exposed....
-ls there something wrong with you? -Yes, there is.
You know, I've got nothing....
Turn this bloody telly off.
...with derision and hate.
Look, I've been wanting to say this to you for a long time.
But it's not gonna be easy.
Because I like things, sort of, free now, and open, and honest. So....
-You hardly touched me. -When?
You know, you never praised or encouraged me.
I don't believe you ever thought I could achieve anything.
I never felt valued, Mom.
That is why I'm doing it with a married man on the fucking floor.
What are you saying? It's not true.
If I'd had the advantages that you'd had...
God, I wouldn't be in this mess now.
Advantages? What advantages did I have? Me?
Right. You had a really nice house...
a very good husband...
a nice little job, lots of free time.
You know, kids at school.
If I had that free time....
I mean, what did you do?
You just sat on your ass all day...
watching the fucking telly.
I was unhappy.
All my life.
I've never been strong.
And it was all too much for me.
-Look, let's forget about you for a second. -What?
What about me and what I'm left with?
Darling, you're healthy, you're intelligent.
I want him to be with me.
Who? That man, the builder?
Darling, he's rough, with no qualifications or money--
-That is what I want. -You can do better than him.
-I love him. -Him!
Darling, you don't.
-Why? -He doesn't really live with his wife.
He doesn't really have a relationship with her.
-He lives outside in a van. -Heavens.
And he can't leave because he's got a son.
He's got this autistic son that he absolutely adores.
He'd do anything for him.
You know, Darren is a gorgeous man, he's a lovely man.
But he's just going through a lot at the moment, a lot of turmoil.
He's just in a mess, you know.
Perhaps you could, sort of, get talking to him, you know...
and find out how he's feeling...
-ls it ready yet? -What? No, not yet.
-Here. -I'm starving.
-I did not give you that, right? -Okay.
I've seen you about, but we haven't met properly.
I'm Darren. I spoke to your husband just for a minute.
-I'm sorry, I'm very sorry. -Yes, thank you.
I've got to go and pick up my boy...
'cause my wife's with her sister.
For longer than I can remember. Not that I can remember anything.
Who am l?
What are you doing with Paula?
How can you ask that?
Do you want some tea?
-Do you ever work for anyone else? -Not if I can help it.
I worked in shops for years.
-Shoe shops. -Really?
Well, everybody needs shoes. A few pairs, at least.
Not an awful lot of people not wearing shoes.
What else do people have to have, apart from shoes?
I suppose if you could work that out, you could make an awful lot of money.
-What do you think? -I don't know. Love?
That's why I'm not rich.
-I'd like to show you these. -ls that Toots?
Wait, is that him?
That's very funny. Very funny.
I found something the other day, in one of my father's old jackets.
It was just a shopping list my mother had written for him in her own handwriting.
At the time, it just became...
the most valuable thing I'd ever touched, you know.
I think about it all the time now, and I wish I didn't.
About what remains when we're gone.
I can't go home.
I don't know what I'm doing.
-I'm frightened. -Are you?
You imagine people getting less frightened as they get older.
You think they'd be able to deal with things better.
-Yes, they do. -Something to look forward to.
"...the borogoves, and the mome raths outgrabe.
"'Beware the Jabberwock, my son!
"'The jaws that bite, the claws that catch!
"'Beware the Jubjub bird, and shun the frumious Bandersnatch!"'
Hello. What a happy family.
Doesn't he declaim beautifully?
-Very nice talking to you. I'll see you. -Yes.
How's he been? Been okay?
-Been a very good boy. -Good.
-You've not been bored, have you? -Not at all.
I'm sorry I'm a bit late, but I had to stay behind.
Because we've got a naughty boy at school and I had to talk to his mom.
Other people do this kind of thing, you know, it's possible.
-I'll think of something. -I'm gonna have to go or she'll kill me.
I'm getting so impatient, I could kill you.
Why is he so marvelous, this man?
You are such a snob.
-No, I'm not. -Yes, you are.
Your snobbery stops you seeing anything good about anybody.
Just 'cause he's doing a bit of building work.
He's a very clever, talented person, you know.
He's artistic and gentle.
He's a very sweet man.
And he's just, you know, very weak as well.
I'm gonna leave this tonight, I can't concentrate on it.
You know, in two or three years...
I hope I'm gonna be able to support us properly.
And then I'm gonna have a child with him before it's too late.
-Does he want that? -Yeah, he will.
I wanted to say...
if you haven't got anywhere with your writing yet, or--
Here we go. Why can't you just believe in me for once?
Just once, believe. Just say something positive.
Just make me feel better for once in your life.
Don't be so harsh with me.
I am harsh. I am. I feel harsh.
-But I think you're right. -You think I'm right?
That's why I'm so upset.
Listen, just forget what I said.
I am gonna finish with that bastard and get liberated.
You will have to rid yourself of false hope in the end.
Actually, I've been thinking of finishing with him from the moment I met him.
I'll do it tomorrow. Yeah, why shouldn't I do it?
I'll suffer, yes, probably...
and then I'll just be free of the whole fucking nightmare.
I'll be free. Yes.
-You finished? -Yes, thank you.
Actually, I'll take a croissant for a friend, I think.
-Hi, Mom. -Oh, God, you scared me.
-I was just coming to listen to some music. -Great. Why not?
Sit with me. We've hardly had a chance to talk.
You haven't stopped, darling. Enjoy. See you later.
Darren. I brought you this.
Is my daughter talented, do you think?
I really love her voice when she reads to me.
You believe in her then?
Good luck to her in whatever she wants to do.
But it's not necessarily how she should spend her life.
I don't know.
Who knows the answer to how anybody should spend their life?
I thought yesterday.
Now all I want to do are interesting things.
Things I love.
Thank you for that.
I'd better get back. Helen will think I'm slacking.
-Yes, she's very.... -Yes, she is. Very.
-She's jealous of you, that's all. -Me?
Yeah. Well, she's jealous of everybody.
-How do you deal with her? -I tell her she looks like Jean Shrimpton.
What, every day?
Yeah, it has a calming effect on most women, I find.
Yeah, I suppose it would.
I said, "Dear God, let us be alive before we die."
Hey, we'll have lunch, shall we?
-Shall we? -Yeah.
Isn't it beautiful?
I never think of London like this.
Come on, drink up.
-All right, give us a chance. -I've got something to show you.
-You'll like this. -That's a double.
It was at least a double, I think it was a treble.
-lt'll go to my knees. -Come on. Let's go, chop-chop.
You see, I don't believe you really want to be with my daughter.
And you're making her frantic, not being honest.
If you want to be with her, tell me and I can reassure her.
But I am with her.
Here we are.
Look, I'm sorry. I forgot.
-No, I'm fine with you. -How stupid of me.
-Are you sure? -Yes.
What a lovely place.
-His house is just round the corner. -Good heavens.
I shouldn't think he's in, though.
Why don't you read the poem? Yeah?
"great Painter of Mankind...
"Who reach'd the noblest form of Art.
"Whose pictur'd Morals charm the Mind...
"and through the Eye correct the Heart.
-"Fire thee." -"Fire thee...
"lf Nature touch thee, drop a Tear.
"lf neither move thee, turn away.
"For Hogarth's honor'd dust lies here."
Gosh. I never knew that was here.
I must come and draw it sometime.
-What? -Draw it now.
-Come on. -Don't be silly.
-Draw it now. -I've got shopping to do.
Well, just forget the shopping.
-I like being with you so much. -Good.
Are you all right? I've got you.
Sorry, I'm not used to drinking at lunchtime.
Oh, God, I'm sorry.
I'm so sorry. I don't know what happened to me.
I think you just fell.
I must go.
-Hello. -Very '60s.
I was washing nappies at the time by hand.
-I'm taking you out on the town tonight. -Oh, good.
It's my writers' night, remember?
Unless you're going out with a man.
That would be my lucky day.
Actually, I've been thinking...
I've got someone in mind for you at my writers' group.
-Oh, no. -No. Wait and see.
I think you'll find the group interesting anyway.
-I just saw Darren. -Oh, yes?
-Did you tell him? -Tell him what?
-That you're leaving him. -No.
I kept thinking he had someone else on his mind.
Bastard likes girls too much.
"l wake up early. I love the early morning...
"and while my coffee brews...
"there's a garden at the back of the flat where the birds come to feed...
"and in my slippers I check each flower.
"When my coffee's made, I read some poetry.
"l do this now every day, and try to learn it.
"By now, I'm ready to write and I sit down...
"using Paula's method of free writing.
"l have her in mind...
"as a teacher, you see.
"And I get it all down, and they come back to me.
"Mother, father, brother...
"And I think, this has been a life and I can give it value...
"find new pleasures in it...
"by making it into literature.
"So then I read back what I've written and make changes--"
Bruce, thanks very much. That was great.
I think everyone would agree it was.
-That was really good. -Thank you.
So, why don't we take something from that about the family...
and try and, sort of...
do a sketch of early childhood, maybe.
Sort of really tap into your sense memory from childhood.
Make it a very accurately drawn, a very precise picture.
So, as usual...
we've got pens and papers for you to use everywhere.
So, go and find a quiet corner and have a think about it...
and I'll come round and chat to you whilst you are doing it, okay?
-You don't have to do this, Mom. -No, I will, now I'm here.
Okay. You could use that stuff over there.
Just see what occurs to you.
This looks great.
A memory from 30 years ago.
-A catastrophe? -Wow.
-You should read that out later. -No.
-Yeah, go on. -No.
"I'd put the children to bed at last.
"lt was such a struggle.
"I'd hate them by the end of the day...
"and thought I was the only parent...
"who felt that way.
"They'd be screaming upstairs, throwing things out of their cots.
"I'd put on my coat and shut the front door behind me.
"And I'd go out and walk across the fields...
"for miles, as I do now.
"Or I'd go to a pub where no one knew me.
"l made sure I'd be back before my husband.
"But they'd be asleep at last.
"l wanted to kill myself out of guilt.
"l still haven't recovered from those cries.
"What is it about those cries?"
-ls that the first thing you've ever written? -Yes.
-Very touching. -Thank you.
-Have a nice evening. -I will.
May, I'm Bruce, by the way.
Would you like to come out with some of us tonight? Max and Hilary?
I really like what you did. It was....
It was gutsy.
Thank you. It's a bit late for me, I get a bit tired.
-Right. -I enjoyed that. It was good.
-Bye, Paula. Bruce. -Bye.
I could go all the time.
Mom, why don't you go out with Bruce?
-Yes, I will. Not tonight, but another night. -Good.
-But I enjoyed it. -Yeah, well, I'd like that very much.
I spent the morning shopping.
And I hope you don't mind...
but I've bought something.
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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
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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