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  • Rabbit Hole (PG-13)

    Nicole Kidman and Aaron Eckhart star as a husband and wife inconsolable after the death of their young son. more...
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  • Race (PG-13)

    Closely patterned on Brian Helgeland’s 42 (2013), which told the story of baseball great and racial pioneer Jackie Robinson, this biopic of Olympic legend Jesse Owens recounts his triumphs at the 1936 Berlin games, held with Hitler in the stands. more...
  • Race to Nowhere (PG-13)

    Vicki Abeles and Jessica Congdon codirected this 2009 documentary about the challenges young people face in planning their futures. more...
  • Raising Arizona (PG-13)

    Joel and Ethan Coen's 1987 Road Runner comedy in overdrive, about a convenience-store bandit (Nicolas Cage) who swipes the infant son of an unfinished-furniture tycoon, then has a hard time holding on to the kid. more...
  • RED (PG-13)

    Adapted from a DC graphic novel by Warren Ellis and Cully Hammer, this action comedy benefits from a lovely flatness to the images and from blocky compositions that permit fleet editing—sitting in the theater, you may feel as if you're quickly turning some very large pages. more...
  • Red 2 (PG-13)

    Bruce Willis, John Malkovich, Helen Mirren, and Brian Cox return as over-the-hill special agents in this sequel to the 2010 action comedy; joining them for this installment are Anthony Hopkins, Catherine Zeta-Jones, and David Thewlis. more...
  • Red Dawn (PG-13)

    John Milius's 1984 cult classic about American teens battling a Soviet invasion has been reinvented as a Tea Party wet dream that offers a scathing (if completely illogical) indictment of the federal government. more...
  • Red Dawn (PG-13)

    The jingoistic thrills promised by the original ads aren't much in evidence in this 1984 movie, which turned out to be a typically dark and moody piece of neo-Hemingway romanticism by John Milius (The Wind and the Lion, Big Wednesday). more...
  • Red Riding Hood (PG-13)

    Like an idiot, I came to this movie hoping that director Catherine Hardwicke—who made her debut with the controversial bad-girl drama Thirteen (2003)—might engage in a feminist interrogation of the old fairy tale, just as French filmmaker Catherine Breillat has with Bluebeard (2009) and The Sleeping Beauty (2010). more...
  • Red Tails (PG-13)

    George Lucas served as executive producer for this effects-heavy action film about the Tuskegee Airmen, and it feels as synthetic and dull as The Phantom Menace. more...
  • The Remaining (PG-13)

    Casey La Scala directed this supernatural thriller about a group of friends who examine their lives and relationships as the apocalypse unfolds. more...
  • Rescue Dawn (PG-13)

    Released by MGM, starring two busy Hollywood actors, and easily slotted as a Vietnam POW adventure, this 2009 drama could be Werner Herzog's most commercial movie ever. more...
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  • Restless (PG-13)

    Gus Van Sant is regarded as a genuine auteur, but if you set aside his true masterpieces (Drugstore Cowboy, My Own Private Idaho, Elephant), his work tends to separate into good films that aren't very characteristic (To Die For, Good Will Hunting, Milk) and characteristic films that aren't very good (Gerry, Last Days, Paranoid Park). more...
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