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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...
  • The Dark Tower
  • The Dark Tower (PG-13)

    Idris Elba and Matthew McConaughey star as the hero and villain, respectively, in this convoluted sci-fi action film, a continuation of an eight-book series by Stephen King. more...
  • Dolores
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    Dolores

    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...
  • Dean (PG-13)

    Comedian Demetri Martin is partially famous for using drawings in his stand-up routines; in his debut feature as writer-director he also stars as a grieving Brooklyn cartoonist, but here his doodles don't carry the same punch. more...
  • Dunkirk
  • Dunkirk (PG-13)

    Written and directed by Christopher Nolan (The Dark Knight, Inception), this World War II epic dramatizes the heroic three-day effort to evacuate French, British, and Belgian troops from the French port town of Dunkirk before German forces could move in and eviscerate them. more...
  • Dreams Are Colder Than Death

    Through the lens of the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King's "I Have a Dream" speech, documentary maker Arthur Jafa examines the "epistemological" roots of being black in America. more...
  • Dunkirk: The IMAX 2D Experience
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    Dunkirk: The IMAX 2D Experience (PG-13)

    Written and directed by Christopher Nolan (The Dark Knight, Inception), this World War II epic dramatizes the heroic three-day effort to evacuate French, British, and Belgian troops from the French port town of Dunkirk before German forces could move in and eviscerate them. 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...
  • Dunkirk: 70mm
  • Dunkirk: 70mm (PG-13)

    Written and directed by Christopher Nolan (The Dark Knight, Inception), this World War II epic dramatizes the heroic three-day effort to evacuate French, British, and Belgian troops from the French port town of Dunkirk before German forces could move in and eviscerate them. more...
  • Dim the Fluorescents
  • Dim the Fluorescents

    An actress desperate for a break (Claire Armstrong) and a playwright (Naomi Skwarna) living off checks from her dad funnel all their untapped creative passion into writing and performing instructional skits for corporate seminars. more...