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Donnie Darko: Director's Cut

Rated R for language, some drug use and violence.

R 133min.
 
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After 16-year-old Donnie Darko survives a bizarre accident, he begins seeing an evil, six-foot bunny named Frank who compels Donnie to commit vandalism, though Donnie just wants to date the new girl at school. Read More
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Donnie Darko
Gretchen Ross
Rose Darko
Eddie Darko
Elizabeth Darko
Karen Pomeroy
Jim Cunningham
Dr. Lillian Thurman
Dr. Monnitoff
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August 11, 2008
christan1382
Extremely intellegent film making, nice job everyone! I was thoroughly impressed and this will go down as one of the hugest cult classics, I can see it now! This is on my top 100 of all time, for many reasons other than acting or script. Directing is superb and captivates the correct emotions in which the film and characters are trying to evoke.
June 17, 2008
walkerbjs22
Richard Kelly's debut feature Donnie Darko is a daring, original vision, packed with ideas and intelligence.

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