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  • A Day at the Races (NR)

    The Marx Brothers' second MGM movie (1937) has its moments, but the anarchy of the Paramount period was obviously gone forever. more...
  • Dear Dictator
  • Dear Dictator (NR)

    A Caribbean strongman strikes up a correspondence with a teenage punk in the U.S., and after his people rise up against him, he arrives at the girl's home in suburban Georgia seeking sanctuary. more...
  • The Departure (NR)

    Lana Wilson's documentary looks at former punk rocker, now Buddhist priest Ittetsu Nemoto as he contemplates whether to give up his effective suicide prevention work as his own life is changed by health considerations and impending fatherhood. more...
  • Dolores
  • Dolores (NR)

    Hagiographic but still lively and informative, this documentary by Peter Bratt shines a spotlight on a historic, relatively overlooked figure: Dolores Huerta, who cofounded the National Farmworkers Association (eventually the United Farm Workers) with Cesar Chavez in the early 60s. more...
  • Displacement (NR)

    Kenneth Mader directed this sci-fi feature in which a young physics student with short-term memory loss must reverse a quantum time anomaly and solve the murder of her boyfriend. more...
  • Downsizing
  • Downsizing (NR)

    Alexander Payne—celebrated for such seriocomic journeys as About Schmidt (2002), Sideways (2004), and Nebraska (2013)—turns to high-concept satire with this leaden effort about a radical new technology that reduces people to five inches in height. more...
  • Dave Made a Maze
  • Dave Made a Maze (NR)

    In this quirky homage to 1980s and '90s fantasy films, a thirtysomething artist (Nick Thune) builds and gets lost inside a fantastical, labyrinthine structure in his living room, which his girlfriend and misfit pals must then fight through to find him. more...
  • Dangal (NR)

    In this biographical Indian sports drama, retired wrestler Mahavir Singh Phogat trains his two daughters, who went on to compete in the 2010 Commonwealth Games. more...
  • Dishoom (NR)

    Rohit Dhawan directed this Indian actioner about two cops joining forces in a 36-hour manhunt. more...
  • Diary of a Chambermaid
  • Diary of a Chambermaid (NR)

    Léa Seydoux stars in this third screen adaptation of Octave Mirbeau's fin de siècle novel, making the title character more cynical than in Jean Renoir's 1946 adaptation and more downtrodden than in Luis Buñuel's 1964 version. 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...
  • Death in the Terminal (NR)

    This horrifying Israeli documentary reconstructs the 18 minutes of chaos that ensued in October 2015 after a Bedouin gunman attacked a bus station in Beersheba; security forces shot the man dead but also fatally wounded a young Eritrean immigrant they mistook for his accomplice, whom bystanders then kicked and bludgeoned as he lay on the floor bleeding. more...
  • Dear Zindagi (NR)

    Gauri Shinde directed this Bollywood romantic comedy about a cinematographer who meets an "unconventional thinker." more...