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  • Race to Witch Mountain (PG)

    Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and director Andy Fickman (The Game Plan) reteam for this action-driven update of Disney's Escape to Witch Mountain (1975) and Return From Witch Mountain (1978). more...
  • Raiders of the Lost Ark (PG)

    One would think that a collaboration between Steven Spielberg and George Lucas would produce something better than this giggly pastiche of a Republic serial, but then again maybe not: their gadget-freak aesthetics and propensity for instant gratification seem to reinforce each other. more...
  • Rango (PG)

    Gore Verbinski, director of the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise, tries his hand at animation with this exuberant western parody combining flint, whimsy, and frat-boy humor. more...
  • Red Army
  • Red Army (PG)

    As Soviet communism reached a dead end in the 1980s, Soviet ideals remained alive and well in the form of the nation's hockey team, the Red Army, who were world champions for most of the decade. more...
  • Rise of the Guardians (PG)

    Peter Ramsey directed this animated feature about a group of mythological icons—including Santa Claus, the Easter bunny, and the tooth fairy—who protect the world's children from an evil demon who wants to steal their imagination. more...
  • Rise of the Guardians 3D (PG)

    Peter Ramsey directed this animated feature about a group of mythological icons—including Santa Claus, the Easter bunny, and the tooth fairy—who protect the world's children from an evil demon who wants to steal their imagination. more...
  • Rocky (PG)

    Sylvester Stallone's bedtime story (1976) about a pug from the Philadelphia slums who gets an unexpected crack at the world heavyweight title isn't quite the exhilarating experience it was designed to be, thanks mainly to director John Avildsen's habit of peering down at the characters as if they were germs on a microscrope slide. more...
  • Rudy (PG)

    Director David Anspaugh and screenwriter Angelo Pizzo, who first collaborated on Hoosiers (1986), reunited seven years later for this similarly well-crafted piece of middle-American uplift. more...
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