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  • Rio Grande (NR)

    The final film of John Ford's cavalry trilogy (1950), dealing with an army colonel and his estranged wife (John Wayne and Maureen O'Hara) brought together during the Apache wars near the Mexican border. more...
  • The Rise and Fall of Legs Diamond

    Budd Boetticher directed this riveting B in 1960, using intentionally overcontrasted images (lit by Lucien Ballard, with the expressive badness that comes from exquisite skill) and shoddy cardboard sets that look like leftovers from The Untouchables (and may well have been). more...
  • The Rise & Fall of Miss Thang

    An agreeable variation on the underdog theme, this locally produced video feature is an ideal vehicle for powerhouse dancer Dormeshia Sumbry-Edwards, the first female artist to be featured in Savion Glover's Broadway show Bring in 'Da Noise, Bring in 'Da Funk. more...
  • River of No Return

    Marilyn Monroe and Robert Mitchum search for her missing husband in this excellent 1954 western by Otto Preminger, one of the first films to discover the potential of CinemaScope and a fine example of Preminger's rational approach to the mysteries of personal morality. more...
  • River's Edge

    Something very odd about this 1986 feature: a teen problem drama fighting David Lynch battles with its own right-thinking consciousness. more...
  • The Riverside

    Iranian filmmaker Ali Reza Amini follows up his first feature, the poignant Letters in the Wind (2002), with this tense and compelling drama about Kurdish refugees trying to cross the border to Iran. more...
  • Road to La Paz
  • Road to La Paz

    An unemployed man in Buenos Aries, trying his luck as a private driver, befriends one of his passengers, an old Muslim man with a variety of health problems, and agrees to take him on a trip to Bolivia so he can reunite with his brother. more...
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  • The Road to Love

    A French-Algerian sociology student in Paris (Karim Tarek), straight but shooting a documentary about gay culture in the Maghreb, has a tough time interviewing young Arab emigres until he meets a flight attendant (Riyad Echahi) who's intrigued by both film and filmmaker. more...
  • Road to Nowhere (R)

    His first feature in 21 years, this is also Monte Hellman's finest work, a hall-of-mirrors masterpiece about moviemaking with diversions more complex, and more enticing, than in the director's previous efforts (Ride in the Whirlwind, Two-Lane Blacktop). more...