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  • Reality (R)

    Matteo Garrone follows his crime epic Gomorrah (2008) with a comedy about reality TV, and though it hardly rivals the earlier movie in its social complexity, it still offers the spectacle of a vibrant and vividly realized Neapolitan neighborhood. more...
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  • Re-Animator (R)

    Ludicrous and inept, this low-budget 1985 splatter film directed by former Chicagoan Stuart Gordon tries to compensate for its complete failure to establish even a sliver of credibility by inflating the usual quotient of giggly camp humor and squishy gore effects. more...
  • [Rec] (R)

    A lightweight TV reporter (Manuela Velasco) and her cameraman, taping a day-in-the-life piece about a Barcelona fire station, accompany the squad to an apartment building and wind up barricaded inside by the health department as an epidemic spreads from one person to the next, turning them all into rabid psychos. more...
  • Red Cliff (R)

    Released in China as two movies but edited down to a single feature for U.S. release, John Woo's 2008 historical drama takes place early in the third century, when the Han Dynasty, having won a civil war in the north, set out to crush two troublemaking warlords in the south. more...
  • Red Hook Summer (R)

    Spike Lee's films range from undeniable masterworks (Do the Right Thing, Inside Man) to flawed but intriguing efforts (Summer of Sam, Clockers) to outright failures (Miracle at St. Anna, Malcolm X). more...
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  • Red Lights (R)

    Sigourney Weaver and Cillian Murphy are academics who specialize in exposing fraudulent psychics, and Robert De Niro is the legendary spoon-bender in dark glasses who comes out of retirement to challenge them. more...
  • Red Rock West (R)

    A rather ho-hum if watchable neo-noir, though it's been treated in some quarters as something special. more...
  • The Redeemer (R)

    A mysterious figure slices six portraits from a high school yearbook, lures the subjects to a phony tenth-anniversary reunion, and offs them one by one as punishment for their biblical infractions (gluttony, vanity, perversion, licentiousness, debauchery, avarice). more...
  • Reincarnated (R)

    Ganja-loving LA rapper Calvin Broadus Jr.—aka Snoop Dogg—travels to Jamaica to study Rastafarianism and record a reggae album as Snoop Lion. more...
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  • 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 (R)

    If you love the paintings of Auguste Renoir or the films of his son Jean, there's a good chance you'll sit through this slow-moving prestige item about their common infatuation with Catherine Hessling, who began as Auguste's nude model and wound up as Jean's wife and lead actress. more...
  • Repentance (R)

    A spiritual adviser takes on a client fixated on his mother's death in this thriller from Philippe Caland. more...
  • Repo Man (R)

    Alex Cox's 1984 punk comedy is set in a rotting Los Angeles, where a disaffected adolescent (Emilio Estevez) finds an outlet for his aggression and an answer to his boredom in an apprenticeship with a professional car repossessor (Harry Dean Stanton). more...
  • Repo! The Genetic Opera (R)

    A goth successor to The Rocky Horror Picture Show, this gruesome 2008 rock opera takes place in a dystopian future when epidemic organ failure has led to the commercial rise of a giant biotech firm that sells fresh organs; if customers fall behind in their payments, the company dispatches knife-wielding repo men to reclaim the merchandise. more...