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  • Riot Acts

    Madsen Minax directed this documentary about gender deviance in music performance. more...
  • Rise of the Guardians (PG)

    Peter Ramsey directed this animated feature about a group of mythological icons—including Santa Claus, the Easter bunny, and the tooth fairy—who protect the world's children from an evil demon who wants to steal their imagination. more...
  • Roadie

    Meat Loaf plays the title character in this rock story (1980) directed by Alan Rudolph. more...
  • Robin and the 7 Hoods

    The Rat Pack—Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, and Sammy Davis Jr.—in a raucous, uneven musical about a Chicago gangster (Sinatra) who becomes the hero of the city when he (inadvertently) shares his boodle with the poor (1964). more...
  • Rockers

    Sounds from the golden age of reggae pulse through this breezy 1978 drama, about a group of carefree Jamaican musicians who champion their homegrown beat and band together when one of them loses his motorcycle to a local theft ring. more...
  • Romantic Moments in Black Cinema

    Darryl Pitts directed this documentary, narrated by Sheryl Lee Ralph, that explores how African-Americans involved in romantic relationships are depicted in film. more...
  • Rude Boy

    Like many films spawned by the first wave of British punk, this 1980 feature about the Clash is a dubious exercise in pop sociology studded with electrifying concert footage. more...
  • Rumble Fish (R)

    Francis Ford Coppola has decided to be an expressionist, but the style of this 1983 film—which comes from Murnau by way of David Lynch and Eraserhead—is so overblown in relation to the trite romantic themes Coppola has to express that the project becomes ridiculous. more...
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  • Run Angel Run

    The title angel (William Smith) is a former member of the Devil's Advocates motorcycle gang who sells an exposé about his past to a national magazine and then settles down to sheep farming with his girlfriend (cowriter Valerie Starrett)—until his former buddies turn up to get even. more...