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  • Darling Companion (PG-13)

    A busy surgeon (Kevin Kline) and his tetchy wife (who else but Diane Keaton) marry off their daughter (Elisabeth Moss) at their vacation home in the Rockies, but the postwedding festivities are spoiled when the doctor loses the wife's beloved mutt during a wilderness stroll. more...
  • Date Night (PG-13)

    Tina Fey and Steve Carell star as a bland suburban couple whose night on the town turns dangerous when they're mistaken for another couple who happen to have evidence incriminating a popular politician. more...
  • Dear John (PG-13)

    A goody-two-shoes college student (Amanda Seyfried) falls for a gigantic slab of gorgeous (Channing Tatum), and after he returns to his special forces unit they carry on a long-distance romance through the mail. more...
  • Death Drug (PG-13)

    This antidrug "scare film" was shot in 1978 but unreleased until 1986, when its lead actor, Philip Michael Thomas, had become a star on the TV series Miami Vice. more...
  • Deepwater Horizon
  • Deepwater Horizon (PG-13)

    The world watched for 87 agonizing days in 2010 as British Petroleum tried to halt the flow of oil from the damaged Deepwater Horizon drilling rig off the Louisiana coast; this big-budget drama focuses on the first day alone, when a giant explosion and fire aboard the station killed 11 men. more...
  • Delicacy (PG-13)

    Petite and saucer-eyed, Audrey Tautou is the closest thing in today's cinema to Audrey Hepburn, and she embraces their similarity in this passable French rom-com (2011), modeling an endless succession of cute outfits. more...
  • Delivery Man
  • Delivery Man (PG-13)

    A lovable Brooklyn truck driver (Vince Vaughn) learns that his copious donations to a sperm bank decades earlier have produced a whopping 533 offspring, a large portion of whom have banded together in a lawsuit to discover his identity. more...
  • Denial
  • Denial (PG-13)

    Adapted from Deborah E. Lipstadt's book History on Trial, this capable courtroom drama recounts the 1996 libel case that British writer David Irving filed against Lipstadt, an American historian, after she called him a Holocaust denier. more...
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  • Departures (Okuribito) (PG-13)

    An Oscar winner for best foreign-language film, this moving 2008 Japanese drama stars Masahiro Motoki (Shall We Dance?) more...
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  • Desert Dancer
  • Desert Dancer (PG-13)

    Iran's Green Revolution becomes the backdrop for a Footloose knockoff in this supremely embarrassing docudrama. more...