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    Death Rides a Horse (R)

    John Philip Law plays a farmer hunting down the bandits who killed his family when he was a boy; Lee Van Cleef is the mysterious gunman who offers his help. more...
  • Death Wish 3 (R)

    Having cleaned up Los Angeles in Death Wish II, Charles Bronson's vigilante architect takes another crack at New York. more...
  • The Debt (R)

    A strong cast fails to rescue this ponderous Oscar bait, about a trio of Mossad agents (Jessica Chastain, Sam Worthington, Marton Csokas) charged with tracking down a fiendish Nazi doctor in the mid-60s. more...
  • Deep End (R)

    Jerzy Skolimowski's first English-language film (1970), made just after his departure from Poland—which may help account for the film's unusually strong sense of displacement, unfamiliarity, and isolation. more...
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  • The Deer Hunter (R)

    A disgusting account of what the evil Vietnamese did to poor, innocent Americans stands at the center of this Oscar-laden weepie about macho buddies from a small industrial town (Robert De Niro, Christopher Walken, John Savage, and John Cazale, wasted in his last screen performance). more...
  • Defiance (R)

    Edward Zwick (Blood Diamond) adapts Nechama Tec's nonfiction book about the Bielski brothers, Polish Jews who outfoxed the Nazis and saved 1,200 lives by building a partisan community in the woods of Belarus. more...
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  • Deliver Us From Evil (R)

    In this Exorcist knockoff, Eric Bana plays a lapsed Catholic policeman who rediscovers his faith while investigating a series of crimes whose perpetrators are all possessed by the devil. more...
  • Deliverance (R)

    John Boorman's 1972 film of the James Dickey novel has a beautiful visual style that balances the film's machismo message. more...
  • Demolition Man (R)

    A police sergeant (Sylvester Stallone) convicted of involuntary manslaughter and a psychopathic criminal (Wesley Snipes) are frozen into cryogenic stasis for "rehabilitation," then unfrozen in 2032. more...
  • The Departed (R)

    After a pair of expensive historical epics (Gangs of New York, The Aviator) Martin Scorsese returns to the well for this blistering crime thriller about cops and robbers in South Boston. more...
  • The Descendants (R)

    Alexander Payne won an Oscar for the screenplay of this clumsily written drama, in which characters keep explaining things that their listeners would already know, and the first couple reels are so thick with expository voice-over that you may think you're listening to a museum tour on a set of headphones. more...
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  • The Descent (R)

    A half-dozen women friends meet in the Appalachians to explore a remote cave, hoping their outdoor adventure will rejuvenate one of them after a tragic accident a year earlier, but they're attacked by blind subterranean beasties. more...
  • Desert Flower (R)

    Somalian-born fashion model Waris Dirie is best known for having raised international awareness about female genital mutilation, but that's no excuse for turning her unique story into a simple issue drama. more...