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M Reviews

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David Keyes

The movie looms over our cinema like a hand of consequence, haunting us with its austerity and power long after others have faded from the mind.

Full Review Source: Cinemaphile.org

September 2, 2013
Kenneth Turan
Los Angeles Times
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Few films are gripping and effective 82 years after their original release, but this one surely is.

Full Review Source: Los Angeles Times | Original Score: 5/5

April 11, 2013
Marc Mohan

Lang's film is a must-see for even a moderately ambitious film buff.

Full Review Source: Oregonian | Original Score: A

March 28, 2013
Joshua Rothkopf
Time Out New York
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This is a movie that dares to sympathize with a sick person, that risks making the monster real and us (in an era when Germany's cinema was still shellacked in canted angles and fanciful shadows).

Full Review Source: Time Out New York | Original Score: 5/5

March 12, 2013
Chris Cabin
Slant Magazine

Fritz Lang's acute use of objects, symbols, letters, and codes to decrypt a relatively simple narrative remains as perfect an example of pure cinema in the sound era as one is likely to find.

Full Review Source: Slant Magazine | Original Score: 4/4

March 10, 2013
Philip Martin
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

...a touchstone, one of those classics that infects the popular imagination to the point that it's really not necessary for most people to have actually seen it to recognize its signal moments ...

Full Review Source: Arkansas Democrat-Gazette | Original Score: 90/100

May 21, 2010
Christopher Long
Movie Metropolis

M is responsible for some of the most memorable images and sequences in cinema history

Full Review Source: Movie Metropolis | Original Score: 10/10

May 1, 2010
Philip French
Observer [UK]

Fritz Lang entered the sound era with a bold expressionist thriller that captured the ugly mood of the years before the Third Reich.

Full Review Source: Observer [UK]

March 16, 2010
Anton Bitel
Little White Lies

Put simply, without M to show the way, there might have been no subsequent films in which a hidden killer unmasks the ills of the society around him

Full Review Source: Little White Lies

February 26, 2010
Steve Crum

Fascinating early talkie that made Peter Lorre a star as child murderer hunted by all.

| Original Score: 5/5

February 24, 2008
Cole Smithey

Peter Lorre's finest performance, and a truly significant socially-themed film.

| Original Score: 5/5

June 29, 2007
Dave Kehr
Chicago Reader
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The moral issues are complex and deftly handled: Lorre is at once entirely innocent and absolutely evil. Lang's detached, modified expressionist style gives the action a plastic beauty.

Full Review Source: Chicago Reader

February 9, 2007
Variety Staff
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An extraordinary, good, impressive and strong talker. Again fine work by Fritz Lang, and his wife and helper, Thea von Harbou.

Full Review Source: Variety

November 11, 2006
Michael E. Grost
Classic Film and Television

Remarkable early look at scientific and police detection - and of a city in fear

Full Review Source: Classic Film and Television

August 22, 2006
Derek Adams
Time Out
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A subversive film, or more simply a movie brimming over with the ferment of Lang's imagination at its height? You choose.

Full Review Source: Time Out

June 24, 2006
Jeffrey M. Anderson
Combustible Celluloid

Even after 75 years, Fritz Lang's first German talkie works beautifully as a carefully constructed thriller and police procedural.

Full Review Source: Combustible Celluloid | Original Score: 4/4

December 6, 2005
Rumsey Taylor
Not Coming to a Theater Near You

M is the most dynamic profile of a serial killer in film.

Full Review Source: Not Coming to a Theater Near You

January 15, 2005
Mark Robison
Reno Gazette-Journal

It's creepy and masterful with many indelible scenes and a knockout performance by Peter Lorre.

| Original Score: A

January 10, 2005
Matt Brunson
Creative Loafing

It's clear that Lang was ahead of most of his peers in grasping the promise of the motion picture form.

Full Review Source: Creative Loafing | Original Score: 4/4

December 13, 2004
D.K. Holm
Movie Poop Shoot

A rather cold masterpiece.

Full Review Source: Movie Poop Shoot

December 13, 2004
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