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  • Con Artist (NR)

    If Mark Kostabi weren't a real person, this portrait of him might easily pass for a Borat-style mockumentary. more...
  • Dead Dreams of Monochrome Men

    Combining the dark homoeroticism of Jean Genet, the suspense of Hitchcock, and the visceral thrill of Olympic acrobatics, this mostly silent study of sexual longing is exciting cinema, astounding dance, and gripping drama. more...
  • Doubt

    John Patrick Shanley adapted his own Pulitzer-winning play for this compelling drama about an archconservative nun (Meryl Streep) and a progressive priest (Philip Seymour Hoffman) clashing in a working-class Bronx parish in 1964. more...
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  • Dream Boy (R)

    Sometimes erotic, sometimes spooky, this gay southern gothic--adapted by writer-director James Bolton from a novel by Jim Grimsley--stars Stephan Bender as a teenager in rural Louisiana and Maximillian Roeg (son of Nicolas Roeg and Theresa Russell) as his seemingly straight next-door neighbor, who initiates a sexual relationship with him. more...
  • Dream Boy

    Sometimes erotic, sometimes spooky, this gay southern gothic—adapted by writer-director James Bolton from a novel by Jim Grimsley—stars Stephan Bender as a teenager in rural Louisiana and Maximillian Roeg (son of Nicolas Roeg and Theresa Russell) as his seemingly straight next-door neighbor, who initiates a sexual relationship with him. more...
  • Dreamgirls (PG-13)

    Elegant, unabashedly theatrical, and packed with lush concert scenes and period-perfect costumes, this musical by Bill Condon (Kinsey) is remarkably faithful to director-choreographer Michael Bennett's Broadway hit about a black girl group of the 60s and 70s. more...
  • Dreamgirls

    Elegant, unabashedly theatrical, and packed with lush concert scenes and period-perfect costumes, this musical by Bill Condon (Kinsey) is remarkably faithful to director-choreographer Michael Bennett's Broadway hit about a black girl group of the 60s and 70s. more...
  • Edmond

    David Mamet and director Stuart Gordon, leading lights of Chicago theater in the 1970s and '80s, teamed up for this disappointing adaptation of Mamet's 1982 drama about a bored businessman's spiritual death and rebirth. more...
  • Eleven Minutes

    Aspiring fashion designer Jay McCarroll, who triumphed in season one of the Bravo reality show Project Runway, tries to “make that leap from reality-TV designer to real-life designer” in this irreverent documentary by Michael Selditch and Robert Tate. more...
  • Evil

    Adapted from Jan Guillou's autobiographical novel, this 2003 feature by Mikael Hafstrom explores whether it's better to combat injustice with force or passive resistance. more...
  • The Exploding Girl (NR)

    A quietly expressive performance by Zoe Kazan highlights this gentle, honest study (2009) of a college freshman tentatively negotiating the transition to adulthood. more...
  • The Farmer Takes a Wife

    A boyish Henry Fonda made his screen debut in this leisurely, likable, but predictable 1935 comedy, directed by Victor Fleming and based on a Broadway hit cowritten by Marc Connelly. more...
  • 50 Ways of Saying Fabulous

    A wonderfully expressive performance by child actor Andrew Patterson propels this seriocomic study of growing up gay in rural New Zealand in the 70s. more...
  • The First Beautiful Thing (NR)

    The protagonist of this 2010 Italian drama is a failed writer whose depression and fear of intimacy escalate after he's called back to his hometown to care for his dying mother. more...
  • Forget Me Not (NR)

    The streets and skyline of London provide a scenic backdrop for this maudlin, meandering tale of bittersweet romance (2010). more...