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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...
  • Rolling Papers
  • Rolling Papers

    Shortly after recreational marijuana was legalized in Colorado, the Denver Post made some news of its own by launching the first pot section at a major daily. more...
  • 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...
  • Renoir: Revered and Reviled

    Documentary maker Phil Grabsky (In Search of Beethoven, In Search of Mozart) shifts his focus from music to painting with this profile of Pierre-Auguste Renoir, which draws on a collection of 181 Renoir canvases at the Barnes Foundation in Philadelphia. more...
  • Risen
  • Risen (PG-13)

    Produced by Affirm Films, the evangelical label of Sony Pictures, this Christian drama takes an irresistible premise—a Roman military tribunal is charged with tracking down the body of Jesus after it disappears from the tomb—and hammers it into unleavened bread. more...
  • Ray St. Ray
  • Ray St. Ray

    Better known as Chicago’s Singing Cabdriver, Ray St. Ray offers lucky riders the chance to hear him perform, a cappella or with CD accompaniment, an elaborate menu of self-penned songs. more...
  • Racing Extinction (NR)

    Louie Psihoyos (The Cove) directed this documentary about activists who raise awareness about the pending extinction of many of the earth's species. more...