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Greta Gerwig excels as misguided humanitarian but even she can't save this comedy. 'Damsels in Distress' review Johnny Depp savours the part of a vampire in his latest film with Tim Burton. Dark Shadows review: What's the verdict? There's little to admire about this dismal tale of alien visitation. 'Dark Skies' review Noomi Rapace's reunion with Dragon Tattoo director is a tonally confused mess. 'Dead Man Down' review Sterling performances can't overcome wretched dialogue in this snowbound thriller. 'Deadfall' review Akshay Kumar and John Abraham try their hand as male escorts in this comedy.  'Desi Boyz' review Gru and his yellow Minions return for a second round of animated escapades. 'Despicable Me 2' review Adrien Brody asks for a bit of a hush as a put-upon teacher. 'Detachment' review This account of Princess Diana's final years is a stilted, ham-fisted misfire. 'Diana' review: 'woefully misjudged' This dramatisation of a real story is ruined by a heavy emphasis on clichéd family drama. 'Dolphin Tale' review Jude Law gives a career-best performance in this surreal, salty black comedy. 'Dom Hemingway' review Shah Rukh Khan reprises his role as the master con man in this action-fuelled thriller. 'Don 2' review Joseph Gordon-Levitt makes impressive directing debut in tale of a Jersey lothario. 'Don Jon' review - BFI London Film Festival This largely dull horror movie offers nothing new to the genre. 'Don't Be Afraid Of The Dark' review Karl Urban's chin-based theatrics can't salvage the latest adaptation of Judge Dredd. 'Dredd 3D' review Olivia Wilde and Jake Johnson in a sloshed rather than slushy romance. 'Drinking Buddies' review Ryan Gosling is on a revenge rampage in the outstanding Los Angeles-set thriller Drive. 'Drive' review We listen in on Ryan Gosling and Carey Mulligan's playlist for the Drive OST. 'Drive soundtrack' - review Matthew McConaughey just keeps getting better and better... Dallas Buyers Club: McConaughey excels The latest movie from the Wayans clan is incredible - but for all the wrong reasons. Dance Flick Steve Carell and Tina Fey set the screen on fire like an '80s action movie. Date Night The eagerly-awaited sequel to Russian fantasy blockbuster Night Watch is here - and about time. Day Watch It's a new decade, but Daybreakers is proof that vampires are evidently still popular in Hollywood. Daybreakers Danny Dyer plays second fiddle in this second-rate British gangster film. Dead Man Running Peter O'Toole and Jeremy Northam excel as a reconnecting father and son in Dean Spanley. Dean Spanley Channing Tatum and Amanda Seyfried play parted lovers in Nicholas Sparks's latest weepie Dear John. Dear John Zac Efron's ghost story Death & Life Of Charlie St. Cloud flatlines. Death & Life Of Charlie St. Cloud Not enough life is breathed into the decidedly average Death, according to our stern reviewer. Death At A Funeral Chris Rock and (deep breaths) Martin Lawrence star in an uninspired remake of the 2007 British comedy. Death At A Funeral Quentin Tarantino's latest cinematic homage will test whether audiences are boredom proof. Death Proof Can Paul WS Anderson ensure that the latest Jason Statham vehicle packs a satirical punch amidst the destruction? Death Race Daniel Radcliffe fumbles towards manhood in this soapy, cliché-ridden Australian melodrama. December Boys Daniel Craig stands firm in this story of Jewish resistance in World War II. Defiance Vince Vaughn delivers intermittent laughs in his latest comedy offering. Delivery Man review Steve Carell gets devious as supervillain Mr Gru in Despicable Me. Despicable Me Aamir Khan is the new adversary in the third film in the successful franchise. Dhoom 3 review: Khan is spellbinding Tween comedy Diary Of A Wimpy Kid is intermittently charming but ultimately a let down. Diary Of A Wimpy Kid George Romero returns with a thought-provoking splatterfest that targets your brains like a zombie. Diary of the Dead You won't want to Hear About The Morgans ever again after watching this atrocious rom-com. Did You Hear About The Morgans? John McClane returns to hunt down the bad guys, but is he still much cop? Hell no. Read on for our scathing review... Die Hard 4.0