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  • The D Train
  • The D Train (R)

    One of the production companies behind The D Train is England's Ealing Studios, which produced such immortal comedies as Whisky Galore! 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Dear White People (R)

    African-American students at an elite, primarily white university wrestle with their racial identities and their roles in the dominant culture. more...
  • Demolition (R)

    The grief-and-loss drama has become a mainstay of indie cinema, with a rigid character arc of shock, denial, inappropriate behavior, offbeat obsession, interpersonal crisis, and breakthrough. more...
  • The Dilemma (PG-13)

    A Chicago small business owner (Vince Vaughn), sweating a deadline for a big deal, can't decide whether to tell his stressed-out partner and best friend (Kevin James) that the latter's wife (Winona Ryder) is cheating on him. more...
  • Dirty Old Town (NR)

    Abel Ferrara receives a special thanks at the end of this underground production, and it’s easy to see why: the movie’s grungy celebration of Manhattan fringe culture would be inconceivable without his example. more...
  • A Dog's Purpose (PG)

    In this gooey melodrama from director Lasse Hallström (The Cider House Rules, Chocolat), a dog's spirit, given voice by Josh Gad, is reincarnated in a series of canine bodies to serve humans and ascertain "the meaning of life." more...
  • Don Jon (R)

    Versatile actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt turns to writing and directing with this smart, sexy, sweet, and hilarious comedy about the difficulties of forging and sustaining relationships. more...
  • Dough (NR)

    This John Goldschmidt-directed comedy follows the high jinks of an old Jewish baker and his Muslim apprentice after the boy's marijuana stash falls into the dough. more...
  • The Dressmaker
  • The Dressmaker (R)

    Kate Winslet stars as a seething woman who returns to her Australian hometown after 25 years in exile, takes the place by storm as a designer of chic dresses, and plots her revenge against the people who cast her out. more...