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  • 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...
  • The Damned United

    The arrogance of power holds a special fascination for Peter Morgan, whose screenplays for The Last King of Scotland, The Queen, and Frost/Nixon rank among the juiciest historical dramas of the past few years. more...
  • Damsels in Distress (PG-13)

    The upper-crust characters of writer-director Whit Stillman have always been snooty, but in his earlier films (Metropolitan, Barcelona, The Last Days of Disco) that quality was tempered by his wit and modest budgets. more...
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  • Dance Flick (PG-13)

    Shawn, Marlon, Craig, Damien, and Keenen Ivory Wayans scripted this parody of street-dancing melodramas, a genre ripe for ridicule if there ever was one. more...
  • Dancing Across Borders

    When Anne Bass plucked a young Cambodian temple dancer from poverty and brought him to New York to study ballet, she did more than just transform someone's life; videotaping his progress over the years, she laid the groundwork for this vivid documentary about a rare talent, his extraordinary teachers, and cross-pollination of the arts in the global era. more...
  • Dancing in Jaffa
  • Dancing in Jaffa

    In this U.S. documentary, Palestinian-born educator and ballroom dancer Pierre Dulaine goes to Jaffa to teach Israeli and Arab children to dance together, which turns out to be every bit as sappy as it sounds. more...
  • Danny Collins
  • Danny Collins (R)

    In 1971, John Lennon read an interview with up-and-coming English folksinger Steve Tilston in which Tilston worried that success would inhibit him creatively; the former Beatle dashed off a letter to Tilston protesting that this wasn't so, but Tilston never saw the letter until 2005. more...
  • The Darjeeling Limited (R)

    In its story line, this wacky tale (2007) from Wes Anderson (Rushmore, The Royal Tenenbaums) about estranged wealthy brothers (Owen Wilson, Adrien Brody, cowriter Jason Schwartzman) reunited for a strained spiritual journey through India is pretty unconvincing as character development. more...
  • The Dark Knight Rises (PG-13)

    After the anarchic laughs and cagey political allegory of The Dark Knight (2008), Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy sinks back to the level of the thundering, self-serious Batman Begins (2005). more...
  • Dark Shadows (PG-13)

    Tim Burton is like a billionaire fanboy who buys Bela Lugosi's Dracula cape: he has a perfect right to it, but that doesn't mean it looks good on him. more...
  • Darling Companion (PG-13)

    A busy surgeon (Kevin Kline) and his tetchy wife (who else but Diane Keaton) marry off their daughter (Elisabeth Moss) at their vacation home in the Rockies, but the postwedding festivities are spoiled when the doctor loses the wife's beloved mutt during a wilderness stroll. more...