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  • Repulsion (NR)

    Roman Polanski's first film in English (1965) is still his scariest and most disturbing—not only for its evocations of sexual panic, but also because his masterful employment of sound puts the audience's imagination to work in numerous ways. more...
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  • Requiem for the American Dream
  • Requiem for the American Dream

    Billed onscreen as the “final long-form documentary interviews” of public intellectual Noam Chomsky, this feature by Peter Hutchison, Kelly Nyks, and Jared P. Scott presents a cogent and incisive lesson in how the superwealthy control the federal government. 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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  • Reservation Road (R)

    A powerful Christian parable, painful but illuminating, about crime and redemption, adapted by John Burnham Schwartz from his own novel with the help of director Terry George (Hotel Rwanda). more...
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  • Restoration (NR)

    Chief among the virtues of this Israeli drama is a genuine curiosity about real adult lives: among the characters are a furniture restorer, a seamstress, and a lawyer, and their work is so vividly depicted that it shapes our understanding of them. more...
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  • Restrepo (R)

    Since the U.S. invasion of Afghanistan, 42 American soldiers have been killed in the desolate Korangal Valley, which serves as a relay point for Taliban forces traveling between Kabul and the Pakistan border. more...
  • Results
  • Results (R)

    Excess wealth has always been a rich topic for comedy because the power to act on any material whim tends to expose and even foreground people's foibles. more...
  • Resurrecting the Champ

    Treacle takes over in the last act, but most of this fact-based story by screenwriters Michael Bortman and Allison Burnett takes the inspirational sports drama into unexpected and morally complex territory. more...
  • The Retrieval

    The Civil War rumbling in the background echoes the ominous strife at the forefront of this atmospheric indie drama, in which white bounty hunters strong-arm a timid black youngster (Ashton Sanders) and his ruthless, mercenary uncle (Keston John) into capturing runaway slaves. more...
  • Return to Homs
  • Return to Homs

    This powerful 2013 documentary takes viewers inside the besieged Syrian city of Homs, where insurgents have been fighting Bashar al-Assad's military since mid-2011. more...
  • Return to Oz

    Walter Murch's 1985 adaptation of the second and third Oz books couldn't have less to do with the MGM classic: in the vein of such underground classics as Invaders From Mars and The 5,000 Fingers of Dr. T, it's bleak, creepy, and occasionally terrifying. more...
  • The Return

    Beautifully structured and emotionally wrenching, this 2003 debut feature immediately established Russian filmmaker Andrey Zvyagintsev as a master. more...
  • Revanche

    An ex-con (Johannes Krisch) runs errands for a Viennese brothel while carrying on a furtive love affair with one of the star attractions (Irina Potapenko); hoping to spring her from the place, he pulls a bank job, but it ends tragically when an unsuspecting policeman (Andreas Lust) intrudes. more...