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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...
  • Roads of Water (NR)

    Augusto Contento's 2009 documentary explores environmental destruction in the Amazon rainforest, where sometimes the only passable "roads" are rivers. more...
  • The Roaring Twenties (NR)

    Raoul Walsh's style achieved maturity with the magnificent use of deep-focus images and spatial metaphors in this 1939 film, conceived as a nostalgic look back to the brutal Warners gangster films like The Public Enemy and Little Caesar. more...
  • The Robber (NR)

    The lone-wolf protagonists of Michael Mann's films look like glad-handing Rotarians compared to the stone-faced bank robber and champion marathoner at the center of this Austrian drama. more...
  • Rock, Paper, Scissors (NR)

    This drama from Venezuela (the country's official entry to the 2012 Academy Awards for Best Foreign language film) alternates between three stories about crime and romance. more...
  • Roll Out, Cowboy (NR)

    The bizarre act of Chris "Sandman" Sand—original cowboy ballads interspersed with rapping—doesn't seem like the best strategy for pop-music stardom, nor does the fact that he still lives in his tiny hometown of Dunn Center, North Dakota, whose elderly residents probably prefer Roy Rogers to LL Cool J. But there's something charming about Sandman's oddball quest and the indomitable spirit that shines through his hapless road tour, his hexed day job as a truck driver, and the free concert of sometimes raunchy material that he performs for his polite neighbors. more...
  • Roman Holiday (NR)

    William Wyler, a director eternally defeated by his own obsessive craftsmanship, poaches on the turf of Lubitsch and Wilder for this 1953 feature. more...
  • A Romance of Happy Valley (NR)

    D.W. Griffith's high-bucolic oedipal drama in reverse (1919), about a farm boy who sets out for the big city and ultimately returns home wealthy, much to the chagrin of his father, who's now unable to recognize his own son. more...
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  • Romantics Anonymous (NR)

    Benoît Poelvoorde (Man Bites Dog) and Isabelle Carré (Private Fears in Public Places) play a would-be couple who work together at a chocolate factory; both struggle with severe social anxiety, but neither is willing to admit it. more...
  • Room in Rome (NR)

    Vacationing in the title city, a bi-curious Russian beauty (Natasha Yarovenko) and a Spanish lesbian (Elena Anaya) meet by chance and retreat to the latter's tony hotel room. more...