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  • Don't Let Go
  • Don't Let Go (R)

    Writer and director Jacob Estes (The Details) is back with Don’t Let Go, a new film that's part thriller and part mystery and follows Los Angeles detective Jack Radcliff (David Oyelowo) as he investigates the murder of his brother, sister-in-law, and beloved niece, Ashley (brilliantly played by Storm Reid). more...
  • Death Wish
  • Death Wish (R)

    Michael Winner's Death Wish (1974) is artless, cynical garbage, advancing a misanthropic view of American cities in which disenfranchised people roam the streets like savages, raping, looting, and killing as though it were all they knew how to do. more...
  • Den of Thieves (R)

    Christian Gudegast directed this heist film about the Los Angeles County Sherrif's Department chasing a successful gang of bank robbers, who are targeting the Federal Reserve Bank. more...
  • Don't Worry, He Won't Get Far on Foot
  • Don't Worry, He Won't Get Far on Foot (R)

    A leaky urine bag of a movie—and I mean that as a compliment—this uninhibited biopic immortalizes John Callahan, who was left quadriplegic by a drunken auto accident at age 21 but managed to swear off alcohol and, holding a pen between his paralyzed hands, forge a career for himself as an inspired sick cartoonist. more...
  • Deadpool 2
  • Deadpool 2 (R)

    When the Marvel Comics movie Deadpool stormed the box office in February 2016, reviews focused on its subversive, self-conscious humor. more...
  • Destroyer (R)

    Nicole Kidman stars as a Los Angeles police officer who discovers that the murder of a John Doe victim connects to a bank robbery years earlier when she was working undercover as part of a gang that pulled the heist. more...
  • Disobedience
  • Disobedience (R)

    Chilean filmmaker Sebastián Lelio (Gloria, A Fantastic Woman) makes his English-language debut with this romantic drama set amid London's Orthodox Jewish community. more...
  • Detroit
  • Detroit (R)

    With Detroit, her latest feature, director Kathryn Bigelow has done something unusual: she's made a film that fits all the criteria for what a "Kathryn Bigelow movie" should be, yet one that doesn't much feel like a "Kathryn Bigelow movie." more...
  • The Dinner
  • The Dinner (R)

    A silver-fox congressman running for governor (Richard Gere) and his sharp-edged young wife (Rebecca Hall) meet for dinner at an exclusive restaurant with the congressman's dyspeptic brother (Steve Coogan) and his spouse (Laura Linney) to discuss their respective sons, who are friends and face trouble with the law. more...
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