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  • The Revenant
  • The Revenant (R)

    By the time Alejandro González Iñárritu (Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)) finished shooting locations for this wilderness-survival drama its budget had more than doubled, to $135 million, but at least the money was spent recording the world instead of creating it with pixels. more...
  • Revolution

    Bob Avakian, chairman of the Revolutionary Communist Party, presents a critical analysis of American social problems in this 136-minute video, the first installment of a four-part, daylong lecture that's also available on VHS and DVD. more...
  • The Revolution Will Not Be Televised

    Sometimes the best photojournalism comes from being in the right place at the right time, which is certainly true of this lucid and gripping on-location account of the 2002 coup d'etat in Venezuela, instigated by oil barons (with the alleged support of the CIA), that toppled the democratically elected socialistic government of Hugo Chavez for 48 breathless hours. more...
  • Ricky (NR)

    Francois Ozon, director of such realistic dramas as Swimming Pool (2003) and Under the Sand (2000), ventures into fantasy with this French feature, which might be read as a parable about coping with “special needs” infants. more...
  • Ricky

    Francois Ozon, director of such realistic dramas as Swimming Pool (2003) and Under the Sand (2000), ventures into fantasy with this French feature, which might be read as a parable about coping with "special needs" infants. more...
  • Ride Lonesome

    Budd Boetticher stretched the format of his Randolph Scott westerns into CinemaScope with this 1959 entry in the cycle, and in some respects the narrative seems drawn out as well: there is hardly any pretense of action or suspense as the characters move, almost aimlessly, through an open landscape, testing each other's strengths and weaknesses through conversations that become psychological chess games. more...
  • Ride the High Country

    Joel McCrea and Randolph Scott are aging gunfighters ushering a gold shipment to a mining town in an early, prestardom western (1962) by Sam Peckinpah. more...
  • Riding Giants

    Stacy Peralta follows up his California skateboard documentary Dogtown and Z-Boys (2001) with this layered ethnography of the west-coast surfing subculture, interviewing three generations of gutsy wave riders who recoil from Hollywood's treatment of the sport. more...