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15 Mesmerizing Movies That Begin With “M” | Movie Titles With Letter M


When you’re reminiscing about a terrific movie you saw recently, you occasionally forget the title. Then the first letter of the film’s title pops into your head, and you think to yourself, “the film starts with t.” Then you start looking it up on the internet. We on the other hand, are here to make your life easier. The following is a list of the best films that begin with the letter “t”:

Mad Max: Fury Road (2015)

‘Mad Max: Fury Road,’ widely regarded as one of the best action pictures ever made, won six Oscars out of ten nominations and is best renowned for its fast-paced action choreography and ensemble cast. The plot is set in a post-apocalyptic desert terrain, where a rebellious lady battles a despot in quest of her homeland, while everyone else fights for survival essentials. The film included some breathtaking action sequences as well as outstanding performances.

Madagascar (2005)

When a zebra at a New York zoo experiences wanderlust, he escapes from his prison in the hopes of reaching Connecticut. Unable to persuade him to stay, a handful of his pals pursue him, only to plunge themselves into danger on their trip to a Kenyan wildlife preserve. ‘Madagascar’ was an entertaining film with something for everyone. The film was healthy pleasure for the entire family, from the colorful images to certain innuendos that had grownups laughing out loud.

Marley & Me (2008)

‘Marley & Me,’ a family picture starring Owen Wilson and Jennifer Aniston about a dog and his owners, was a hit with audiences. It follows the story of Marley, a rambunctious Labrador who is adopted by the Grogans to see if they are capable of fatherhood. Despite the couple’s best efforts to train the rebellious poodle, it sticks with them through good and bad times, eventually becoming an integral part of their lives.

Mary Poppins (1964)

‘Mary Poppins,’ a live-action feature picture starring the lovely Julie Andrews, was a Disney film that was much ahead of its time, adding to the Mouse House’s production value. The picture was Walt Disney’s finest achievement at the time, winning five Oscars out of thirteen nominations. The story revolved around a mystical woman who pretended to be a nanny in order to bring order to a chaotic home.

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Megamind (2010)

Megamind becomes the evil guy when he realizes he isn’t the most popular guy in town, and he destroys everything good in his way, including his arch enemy Metro Man, only to discover later that his villainy is useless without the good things in life. It’s time for the blue meanie to do some soul searching when things get out of hand. The movie had stunning visuals, clever language, and fantastic voice-over performances by Will Farell, Tina Fey, and Brad Pitt, which made it even more lovable.

Memento (2000)

Christopher Nolan is known for crafting films that are historically accurate when describing a specific event. In his film “Memento,” the protagonist suffers from anterograde amnesia, which several medical facilities state was depicted as near to reality as possible. It tells the narrative of an insurance investigator who is trying to solve the murder of his wife while dealing with memory problems. The open-ended psychological thriller was engrossing and entertaining enough to warrant a second viewing.

Million Dollar Baby (2004)

The film, directed by Clint Eastwood and starring Hillary Swank, is a heartwarming narrative of an aging boxing trainer troubled by his past misdeeds and his first hesitation in training an amateur fighter, eventually taking his protégé to the world stage, which struck a chord with fans. The sports drama earned four Motion Picture Academy Awards, with Hilary Swank, Morgan Freeman, and Clint Eastwood each receiving one statuette for their roles in the delightful film. The film is still our “Mo Chuisle”!

Milk (2008)

The biological drama film, based on the life of gay rights activist Harvey Milk, who became the first openly gay person elected to office in the United States, highlighted Milk’s rise to politics following his run-ins with protestors who were not receptive to the subject of homosexuality back in the 1970s. Sean Penn was nominated for an Academy Award for his portrayal of the activist-turned-pioneer-politician. The film received numerous awards and is considered one of Sean Penn’s best works to date.

Moana (2016)

When the demi-god Maui steals an artifact with fabled roots, the surrounding islands suffer the repercussions. The ocean chooses ‘Moana,’ the indomitable daughter of the island chieftain, to go on a once-in-a-lifetime expedition to restore prosperity to her island of Motunui. The brilliant and colorful family film not only thrilled children and adults alike, but it also added a new princess to the already extensive list of Disney princesses, despite the fact that she is technically not one and we don’t care!

Mrs. Doubtfire (1993)

Miranda seeks divorce from her spouse due to a lack of a stable work to support his family, resulting in her children’s custody, much to Daniel’s chagrin. Miranda employs an elderly Scottish nanny to look after her children while she is at work, but neither the children nor their mother are aware that the nanny also has a secret identity. The family film, which starred the late renowned actor Robin Williams in the title role, was well-received for its plot and generated multiple remakes, including Bollywood’s own ‘Chachi 420.’

The Machinist (2004)

One film that gave a glimpse into the life of an insomniac and emaciated factory worker Trevor Reznik was the dark psychological thriller starring Christian Bale in a performance that he had put his heart and soul into. An incident in the plant results in a worker’s death, and Trevor is held solely responsible. His life starts a downward spiral once he is fired, and he becomes delusional and paranoid. In the picture, Bale was hauntingly great, and ‘The Machinist’ is one of his best parts.

The Martian (2015)

‘The Martian,’ directed by Ridley Scott, is a seven-time Academy Award nominee in which Matt Damon plays the lone astronaut left on Mars when a mission to the Red Planet goes awry. A dust storm on Mars leads the astronauts to abort their expedition in the near future, and they leave the botanist behind, assuming he is dead. Then comes his struggle for survival as he tries to get closer to the next base, with NASA attempting to bring him back safely.

The Mask (1994)

Cameron Diaz’s debut film was a comedy superhero picture starring Jim Carrey, which spawned a sequel as well as an animated series for younger audiences. The film follows a shy, unfortunate bank clerk who comes across an abandoned strange mask that grants him superhuman strength and the fame he has craved his entire life. Carrey was in his element in ‘The Mask,’ and he left no stone unturned in completely overshadowing the rest of the actors in a character that was tailor-made for him. The movie was an SMOKIN’ success!

The Mask Of Zorro (1998)

With multiple nominations and a cast that included actors from all over the world, ‘The Mask Of Zorro,’ starring Anthony Hopkins, Antonio Banderas, and Catherine Zeta-Jones, was a swashbuckler period film with a heart in the right place, as well as plenty of stunt sequences that kept the audience on the edge of their seats. The film told the narrative of a retired masked vigilante who, in order to avenge his wife’s death and subsequent separation from their young daughter years before, trains a small-time robber to take his place as the new Zorro.

The Matrix (1999)

The highly acclaimed picture, which made its leading actor Keanu Reeves an international sensation, is often regarded as one of the greatest science fiction films ever created. The film, which popularized the notion of “bullet time,” is a four-time Academy Award winner that tells the story of an easygoing computer programmer who is a dreaded hacker by night who finds his entire existence is nothing but a virtual dream and how he rises to the occasion to make things right. The film had mind-numbing visual effects, which we found to be the most enjoyable aspect of the picture!

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