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  • Rabia (NR)

    A construction worker (Gustavo Sánchez Parra) and a live-in maid (Martina García) find love in each other's arms and a remedy for homesickness too—they're both Colombian guest workers in Spain. 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 2 (NR)

    Abbas Alibhai Burmawalla and Mastan Alibhai Burmawalla directed this Indian crime thriller about a mobster intent on avenging the death of his girlfriend. more...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • La Rafle

    This French historical drama (2010) depicts the Vel' d'Hiv roundup, in which French police, under Nazi orders, imprisoned more than 13,000 Jews, the majority of whom wound up in Auschwitz. more...
  • Raging Bull (R)

    I can't pan it, but this 1980 fantasy biography of fighter Jake LaMotta seems unquestionably Martin Scorsese's weakest work, at least to that point in his career. more...
  • Raging Bull (R)

    I can't pan it, but this 1980 fantasy biography of fighter Jake LaMotta seems unquestionably Martin Scorsese's weakest work, at least to that point in his career. more...
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  • 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...
  • 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...