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  • Dobermann (R)

    Vincent Cassel plays the title gangster in this 1997 French actioner, which also features such future Gallic marquee names as Monica Belluci (Irreversible) and Romain Duris (The Beat That My Heart Skipped). more...
  • Dog Day Afternoon (R)

    Al Pacino does his Big Soulful Eyes bit in this 1975 film, playing a homosexual who robs a bank to get the money for his lover's sex-change operation but bungles the job and ends up holding nine hostages while he waits for a plane to fly him to Algeria. more...
  • Dog Day Afternoon (R)

    One of Sidney Lumet's best jobs of directing (1975) and one of Al Pacino's best performances (as a bisexual bank robber) come together in a populist thriller with lots of New York juice. more...
  • Dom Hemingway
  • Dom Hemingway (R)

    "Jude Law is Dom Hemingway," reads the poster for this British comedy—just in case you needed some persuading that the poised, delicately handsome actor could pull off his role as a brutal, randy, flamboyant, explosively angry ex-con. more...
  • Drive (R)

    Danish director Nicolas Winding Refn made a name for himself with the brutal, proudly amoral Pusher trilogy, then successfully exported his personal brand of mayhem to the UK for the fact-based prison drama Bronson (2008). more...
  • The Drop
  • The Drop (R)

    James Gandolfini, in his last movie role, plays the mobbed-up owner of a Brooklyn workingman's bar, but the more impressive performance here comes from Tom Hardy as his younger cousin, a guileless soul who tends bar and worries that they've gotten themselves in too deep. more...
  • Easy Money (R)

    Based on a best-selling Swedish crime novel, this 2010 thriller tells the story of a bright economics student from a poor family (Joel Kinnaman) who poses as wealthy to impress his affluent friends. more...
  • Eat Your Bones
  • Eat Your Bones

    In this grim rite-of-passage drama, set in the French industrial town of Creil, an 18-year-old Romany boy must choose between the evangelical Christianity and the thieves' code of honor that have divided his family. more...
  • Elite Squad 2: The Enemy Within (NR)

    Jose Padilha made an explosive filmmaking debut with his documentary Bus 174 (2002), whose recounting of a prolonged hostage drama in the streets of Rio de Janeiro was both viscerally gripping and socially nuanced. more...
  • End of Watch (R)

    I'm not sure who appointed David Ayer poet laureate for the LAPD, but at least he takes the job seriously; along with the usual mean-streets bluster and brutality, his cop-thriller screenplays (Training Day, Dark Blue) conscientiously record the hardening effects of a thankless and frequently pointless job. more...
  • Fear in the Night

    Noirishly shaded mystery (1947) on a favorite B-movie theme: a man suspects he's committed a crime but can't remember doing it. more...