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  • D-Day

    A documentary about the Normandy invasion, from the PBS series The American Experience. more...
  • D.O.A.

    Documentarian Lech Kowalski had the good fortune to be pointing his camera at one of the great cultural train wrecks of the postwar era: the Sex Pistols' ill-advised weeklong tour of the American south in January 1978, an experience so tense and dismal the band split up after the last show. more...
  • D.O.A.

    A clever but not particularly memorable film noir (1949), directed by the great cinematographer Rudolph Mate (who photographed Dreyer's Vampyr and McCarey's Love Affair, among many other important films). more...
  • D Tour

    Jim Granato directed this 2008 documentary about Rogue Wave drummer Pat Spurgeon's search for a living kidney donor. more...
  • The D Word

    A lame parody of Showtime's hit The L Word, this video collects six shorts united by their willingness to pound a joke into the ground. more...
  • Da

    Hugh Leonard's adaptation of his autobiographical play of the same title, partially based in turn on his book Home Before Night, offers a charming mix of childhood memoir and speculative wish fulfillment. more...
  • The Da Vinci Code

    Dan Brown's mega-selling novel might have made a great ten-hour miniseries: its elaborate riddles and clues could have been properly teased, the cliff-hangers savored, and the sudsy relationships given an appropriately vulgar treatment. more...
  • Daddy and Papa

    This 2002 documentary by Johnny Symons looks at four gay couples, among them himself and his partner, adopting children. more...
  • Daddy Day Camp

    Like its methane-filled outhouse that explodes right on cue, this sequel to Daddy Day Care (2003) smells. more...
  • Daddy Day Care (PG)

    Eddie Murphy, who used to score points off Bill Cosby and Mr. Rogers, enlarged his profitable new sideline as a kiddie matinee idol (Dr. Dolittle) with this innocuous 2003 comedy about a marketing executive who gets laid off and decides to open a home day-care facility. more...
  • Daddy-Long-Legs

    Mary Pickford plays a 12-year-old orphan who grows up to fall in love with her wealthy guardian (Mahlon Hamilton) in this 1919 comedy-drama directed by Marshall Neilan—a film remade in 1931 with Janet Gaynor and Warner Baxter and in 1955 with Leslie Caron and Fred Astaire. more...
  • Daddy Long Legs

    Jean Negulesco, master of forgettable 20th Century-Fox wide-screen comedies (Three Coins in the Fountain, How to Marry a Millionaire), puts Fred Astaire and Leslie Caron through their paces in this languid 1955 musical-romance about a playboy who puts a French waif through school, but doesn't meet her until she's a grown-up knockout. more...
  • Daddy Longlegs

    Ronald Bronstein, who wrote and directed the disquieting indie Frownland, steps in front of the cameras for this similarly lo-fi drama, and his loose-limbed performance as the brash, irresponsible father of two young boys establishes him as a genuine triple threat. more...