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  • Daddy's Little Girls (PG-13)

    Dismissed by critics but embraced by African-American audiences, Tyler Perry now opens his pictures without press previews, but on the basis of this expert melodrama he might want to reconsider. more...
  • Devil (PG-13)

    Five people trapped on a high-rise elevator are terrorized by an unknown killer who just might be the devil. 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...
  • Distant Voices, Still Lives (PG-13)

    It's hard to say what Terence Davies's powerful masterpiece is about—growing up in a working-class family in Liverpool in the 40s and 50s—without making it sound familiar and lugubrious. more...
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  • The Diving Bell and the Butterfly (PG-13)

    Julian Schnabel's skill as a painter informed his previous two films, Basquiat and Before Night Falls, and it's even more evident in this profoundly moving adaptation of Jean-Dominique Bauby's best-selling memoir. more...
  • Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story (PG-13)

    The easygoing owner of a dilapidated gymnasium (Vince Vaughn) faces foreclosure unless he and his team of losers can win $50,000 in a Las Vegas dodgeball tournament; angling to take over his business, and leading a rival team of hard-bodied goons in the contest, is the obnoxious proprietor of a high-tech fitness center (Ben Stiller). more...
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  • Don Verdean (PG-13)

    Napoleon Dynamite (2004) made Jared and Jerusha Hess the freshest new voices in American screen comedy; Nacho Libre (2006) made them embarrassing one-trick ponies. more...
  • Drag Me to Hell (PG-13)

    After directing three Spider-Man movies, Sam Raimi makes a masterful return to the horror genre, though the crazed kineticism of his Evil Dead trilogy is replaced here by a fable of guilt, shame, and insecurity (2009). 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...