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  • Remember
  • Remember (R)

    In this gimmicky thriller, an elderly man suffering from dementia (Christopher Plummer) is so traumatized by his wife's recent death that he resolves to track down and kill the former Nazi officer, now living incognito in the U.S., who murdered the man's parents and siblings at Auschwitz. more...
  • Run All Night
  • Run All Night (R)

    Explaining the convoluted backstory in this Liam Neeson actioner would take more space than I have here, so I'll just cut to the chase—his character, a broken-down hit man, goes on the run with his estranged, upright son (Joel Kinnaman) to save the young man from a ruthless mob boss (Ed Harris). more...
  • Room
  • Room (R)

    The first half of this Irish-Canadian indie is so depressing I could barely stand it, but in the second half my emotional investment paid off handsomely. more...
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  • The Revenant
  • The Revenant (R)

    By the time Alejandro González Iñárritu (Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)) finished shooting locations for this wilderness-survival drama its budget had more than doubled, to $135 million, but at least the money was spent recording the world instead of creating it with pixels. more...
  • Rock the Kasbah
  • Rock the Kasbah (R)

    Bill Murray stars as a washed-up music manager who goes to Afghanistan on a USO tour and winds up helping a Pashtun teenager compete on the wildly popular reality show Afghan Star. more...
  • The Runner
  • The Runner (R)

    Unfolding amid the BP oil spill of 2010, this cynical drama charts the moral downfall of a Democratic congressman as he sets out to fight the political influence of oil companies but ends up as a mouthpiece for the petroleum lobby. more...
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  • Repentance (R)

    A spiritual adviser takes on a client fixated on his mother's death in this thriller from Philippe Caland. more...
  • Raising Cain (R)

    Brian De Palma's 1992 thriller borders on incoherence and irrelevance as plot, but as a chance for De Palma to perform stylistic pirouettes around a void, it's full of sleek and pleasurable moments. more...
  • The Railway Man (R)

    Captured by the Japanese in the 1942 invasion of Singapore, British officer Eric Lomax labored over the Thailand-Burma Railway, just like the soldiers in The Bridge on the River Kwai (1957), but given the torture and deprivation he endured, this adaptation of his 1995 memoir is unlikely to send you out of the theater whistling. more...
  • Rudderless
  • Rudderless (R)

    A sensitive performance from Billy Crudup buoys this sincere but ill-conceived drama, the directorial debut of character actor William H. Macy. more...
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  • The Rover
  • The Rover (R)

    The opening title for this Australian action flick announces that it takes place "ten years after the collapse"—that's all the backstory the movie provides, but it's impressive for its ingenuity in suggesting, on a relatively low budget, a 21st century in which the world monetary system has disintegrated, leaving every man for himself. more...