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  • The Devil Inside (R)

    Almost competent but not quite watchable, this cheapie horror item blatantly steals from The Exorcist and The Blair Witch Project then cheapens its models by tying them to a reality-TV plot structure. more...
  • The Devil's Double (R)

    Imagine Caligula crossed with a drug-addled gangbanger, and you've got the essence of this lurid biopic, which marks Dominic Cooper's emergence from supporting parts (An Education, Mamma Mia!) more...
  • Devil's Due (R)

    Newlyweds from the U.S. are drugged and abducted while honeymooning in Santo Domingo; upon returning home, the wife (Allison Miller) discovers she's expecting and the husband (Zach Gilford) plans to capture the pregnancy on video, but a string of disturbing events reveals their baby to be Satan's spawn. more...
  • The Diary of a Teenage Girl
  • The Diary of a Teenage Girl (R)

    Adapted from Phoebe Gloeckner's acclaimed 2002 graphic novel, this provocative indie feature chronicles the furtive sexual relationship between a precocious 15-year-old girl (Bel Powley) and her mother's boyfriend (Alexander Skarsgard) in the anything-goes atmosphere of mid-70s San Francisco. more...
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  • The Dictator (R)

    Now that Sacha Baron Cohen is too famous to get away with the hit-and-run pranks of Borat or Da Ali G Show, he's just another superstar comedian playing to the cheap seats. more...
  • Die Hard (R)

    Bruce Willis plays a New York cop visiting Los Angeles to see his estranged wife (Bonnie Bedelia), an ambitious executive working for a Japanese company; he arrives at her company's Christmas Eve party in Century City just as a band of a dozen terrorists, headed by Alan Rickman, are taking over the building. more...
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    Digging For Fire (R)

    Much as I admire Chicago-based filmmaker Joe Swanberg (Hannah Takes the Stairs, Drinking Buddies) for his dedicated work ethic (he's directed 16 features and acted in dozens of others over the past decade), his movies drive me up the wall. more...
  • Dirty Grandpa (R)

    This Dan Mazer directed comedy features Zac Efron as an uptight lawyer on the verge of marrying his boss's daughter and Robert De Niro as his trouble-making grandfather, who accompanies his grandson to Florida on spring break. more...
  • Disconnect (R)

    This dour would-be art movie posits that social media might be alienating people from each other rather than bringing them together. more...
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  • District 9 (R)

    The setup for this sci-fi adventure is delicious: 20 years after a massive spaceship has descended from the heavens, stalling over Johannesburg like some intergalactic junker, its insectlike passengers inhabit a squalid slum called District 9, while a Blackwater-style corporation tries without success to crack the technological secrets of their advanced weaponry. more...
  • Django Unchained (R)

    Quentin Tarantino follows his head-turning World War II adventure Inglourious Basterds with another exercise in pop-culture provocation, turning the old western hero Django into a freed slave who sets out to rescue his wife from bondage in the antebellum south. more...
  • Do the Right Thing (R)

    With the possible exception of his cable miniseries When the Levees Broke, this 1989 feature is still Spike Lee's best work, chronicling a very hot day on a single block of Brooklyn's Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood, when a series of minor encounters and incidents lead to an explosion of racial violence at an Italian-owned pizzeria. more...
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