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Donnie Brasco (1997)

New York, 1978. Joe Pistone (Johnny Depp), an undercover FBI agent posing as jeweller Donnie Brasco, wins the trust of disgruntled mobster Lefty Ruggiero...

Death Becomes Her (1992)

"I don't want to become one of the living dead in Beverly Hills," says plastic surgeon Bruce Willis in Robert Zemeckis' black comedy Death Becomes...

Don’t Knock The Rock (1956)

Quickie follow-up to the enormously successful Rock Around The Clock (1956), also featuring the granddaddy of rock'n'roll - Bill Haley and his Comets. There's great period value in...

Dead Zone (1983)

Stephen King movies are a tricky lot - There have been over 40 movie and TV adaptations of his work, and for every Misery (1990) there is...

Dead Ringers (1988)

David Cronenberg is not a director for the squeamish. In Dead Ringers he returns to his obsession with - and seeming disgust at - the human...

Doors, The (1991)

Although the title would have you believe that this is a biopic of the entire band, we learn next to nothing about Ray Manzarek,...

Double Bunk (1961)

When newlyweds Jack and Peggy face eviction, they are tricked into buying a run down houseboat. After rebuilding the engine, they take their friends Sid...

Dead Poets Society (1989)

The year is 1959. John Keating (Robin Williams) is the new English professor at Welton Academy - a stuffy prep school tucked away in the...

Dead Man Walking (1995)

Sean Penn gives a chilling and mesmerising portrayal of sociopathy, as Matthew Poncelet, a trailer trash multiple killer on death row with no sense...

Down And Out In Beverly Hills (1985)

Based on a 1932 French movie entitled Boudu Saved From Drowning, and the very first R-rated picture ever to come out of that bastion of...

Dick Tracy (1990)

Comics had been made into movies for decades but it was Warren Beatty's production of Dick Tracy (1990) that ultimately made the perfect marriage between film...

Dolemite (1975)

Dolemite (Rudy Ray Moore) is a bad mutha pimp who is set up by his arch nemesis Willie Green (D'Urville Martin, who also directed)...

Dead Man (1995)

Offbeat Western starring Johnny Depp as penniless sissy Ohio accountant William Blake who arrives in the lawless Wild West town of Machine (where prostitutes...

Dracula (1958)

Hammer Films' revision of Bram Stoker's famous novel is one of the great horror films. Director Terence Fisher, who combines a cutter's eye for...

Deadfall (1968)

Michael Caine plays recovered alcoholic cat burglar Henry Clarke, who finds himself enticed into the home of Fe Moreau (Giovanna Ralli), where he discovers...

Down By Law (1986)

Jack (John Lurie) is a big-talking small-timer and ineffectual third-rate pimp who ends up in the same cell at Orleans Parish Prison as Zack...

Double Trouble (1967)

A teenage heiress (Annette Day, an English girl who happened to be in Hollywood at the time yet neglected to take acting lessons) falls...

Dead Calm (1989)

When Australian naval officer John Ingram (Sam Neill) and his young wife Rae (Nicole Kidman) chance upon suave American nutter Hughie Warriner (Billy Zane), a...

Dirty Dancing (1987)

It's the summer of 1963. Johnny Castle (Patrick Swayze) is a Catskills summer camp dance teacher (moonlighting as a "dirty dancer" in sleazy bars)...

Do The Right Thing (1989)

Sal's Pizzeria has been trading for 20 years and now represents one of just a couple of white businesses in a black area. Tensions begin...

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Birdy (1984)

Al and Birdy became friends in high school despite the extreme difference in their personalities, Al being the popular and athletic extrovert, Birdy the...

Barb Wire (1996)

Once upon a time, comic book films were not always expected to be sophisticated works of classy entertainment. Still, Barb Wire is totally inept and inert. Busting...

Blood Simple (1984)

A supreme gothic thriller made on a shoestring budget, but rich in wit, intrigue, style, moodiness and suspense. The plot is deliciously complex and...

Little Mermaid, The (1989)

Plucky mermaid Ariel, daughter of King Triton, is unhappy with her life beneath the waves and makes a deal with devious sea witch Ursula...

Life Of Brian, The (1979)

The Monty Python team are synonymous with a dark, subversive humour that defies comparison to anything else. Although often attempted, no-one since this legendary...

Searchers, The (1956)

John Ford had been making westerns for almost four decades before he acknowledged the racism inherent in cowboys vs Indians and directed this exciting,...

Six Degrees of Separation (1993)

Fact-based drama about a con man who poses as the renowned actor Sidney Poitier's son to make his way up the ladder of New...