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  • Dark Horse
  • Dark Horse (PG)

    In this documentary by Louise Osmond, cheery and self-satisfied seniors from the Welsh mining town of Blackwood recall the little syndicate they formed to train and race the prizewinning thoroughbred Dream Alliance, which won the 2009 Welsh National. more...
  • Duck, You Sucker! (PG)

    Sergio Leone's elliptical style and good performances from Rod Steiger and James Coburn combine to produce a vastly entertaining film (1971), also known as A Fistful of Dynamite, about the aftermath of the Mexican revolution. more...
  • Despicable Me 2 (PG)

    The family animation Despicable Me (2010) proved superior to its ilk thanks to some vivid action sequences and a screenplay that combined actual emotion with surprisingly smart comedy (the occasional fart joke notwithstanding). more...
  • Despicable Me 2 3D (PG)

    The family animation Despicable Me (2010) proved superior to its ilk thanks to some vivid action sequences and a screenplay that combined actual emotion with surprisingly smart comedy (the occasional fart joke notwithstanding). more...
  • Dolphin Tale 3D (PG)

    A troubled, fatherless grade school boy (Nathan Gamble) helps rescue a beached female dolphin, christened Winter by the veterinary team that amputates its infected tail and rehabilitates it at the marine hospital in Clearwater, Florida. more...
  • Dolphin Tale (PG)

    A troubled, fatherless grade school boy (Nathan Gamble) helps rescue a beached female dolphin, christened Winter by the veterinary team that amputates its infected tail and rehabilitates it at the marine hospital in Clearwater, Florida. more...
  • Despicable Me 3D (PG)

    As if to remind us of what we're otherwise being spared, this superior computer-animated family romp contains just one each of the following: fart jokes, topical references that will sail over kids' heads, and dance numbers in which the characters bust zany moves to a 70s disco hit. more...
  • Despicable Me (PG)

    As if to remind us of what we're otherwise being spared, this superior computer-animated family romp contains just one each of the following: fart jokes, topical references that will sail over kids' heads, and dance numbers in which the characters bust zany moves to a 70s disco hit. more...
  • Diary of a Wimpy Kid (PG)

    I did a double take at the end of this kids comedy when the PG rating advised me that "some material may be unsuitable for children." more...