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  • Rabbit Hole (PG-13)

    Nicole Kidman and Aaron Eckhart star as a husband and wife inconsolable after the death of their young son. 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 to Nowhere (PG-13)

    Vicki Abeles and Jessica Congdon codirected this 2009 documentary about the challenges young people face in planning their futures. more...
  • Raising Arizona (PG-13)

    Joel and Ethan Coen's 1987 Road Runner comedy in overdrive, about a convenience-store bandit (Nicolas Cage) who swipes the infant son of an unfinished-furniture tycoon, then has a hard time holding on to the kid. more...
  • Rampage
  • Rampage (PG-13)

    A 1950s atomic monster movie on a modern megabudget, this thriller stars Dwayne Johnson as a San Diego primate specialist whose best buddy, an albino gorilla named George, is infected by a serum that causes it to grow exponentially. more...
  • Rampage 3D
  • Rampage 3D (PG-13)

    A 1950s atomic monster movie on a modern megabudget, this thriller stars Dwayne Johnson as a San Diego primate specialist whose best buddy, an albino gorilla named George, is infected by a serum that causes it to grow exponentially. more...
  • Ray (PG-13)

    Taylor Hackford's epic biography of Ray Charles differs from other authorized Hollywood musical biopics in one striking detail: its subject, still alive when most of this was made, is almost never shown as a likable person (though reportedly this was even more true of the director's cut, now available on DVD). more...
  • Rebecca
  • Rebecca (PG-13)

    Apparently someone, somewhere, thought it wise to again adapt Daphne du Maurier’s Rebecca, as if the masterful 1940 film version, directed by no less than Alfred Hitchcock (with extensive oversight from producer David O. Selznick), wouldn’t hang over it like Rebecca herself does over the second, purportedly lesser Mrs. de Winter. more...
  • Rebel in the Rye
  • Rebel in the Rye (PG-13)

    Danny Strong, who scripted Lee Daniels's marvelous The Butler, makes his directing debut with this formulaic biopic of J.D. Salinger, covering the author's life in the 1940s and early '50s and focusing on his creation of The Catcher in the Rye. more...