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Red Eye

Considered a master of horror, director Wes Craven occasionally diverts to something different. “Red Eye” is one of those departures, although only slightly. With his high-concept thriller direction, the film takes off but eventually the screenplay nosedives, crashes and burns.

 
Red Riding Hood

Apparently “the next big thing” is modernizing fairy tales. But not only is Red Riding Hood’s script virtually devoid of any charm, it’s wildly unfocused to boot.

 
Red Tails

As the big-screen debut from Anthony Hemingway, with George Lucas as executive producer, what Red Tails lacks most is gravitas.

  • Christa Banister |
  • January 23, 2012 |
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Redacted

Redacted takes its plot from a recent incident in Iraq. Director Brian De Palma loves to push the cinematic envelope, and this project is no different. Here, he toys with the medium in order to make a statement about it. He’s also very, very angry about the war.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • November 16, 2007 |
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Reign of Fire

The plot for Reign of Fire is mostly hot air, but the special effects are fun.

 
Reign Over Me

The characters in Reign Over Me do not look heavenward for help, but the movie’s joy is in its story of old friends reunited—in what that friendship means for one man’s ability to face reality, and for the other’s realization of the blessings he’s already been given.

 
Rejoice & Shout

Rejoice & Shout is a near-encyclopedic journey through the almost 200-year history of “other people” who spoke God’s Word through black gospel music. And that’s good news—literally.

 
Reluctant Fundamentalist, The

Tense, well-acted and intriguing, but fails to complete the picture of a complicated man or a lesson about tolerance.

 
Remaining, The

Most of the movie feels un-scary, unsure of its theology, inconsistent in its methods, but there are a few nuggets of subtle quality.

 
Remember Me

For whatever reason, trouble and tragedy seem to follow Robert Pattinson's characters wherever they go. First as Edward Cullen, the vampire who sparkles in the sunlight in Twilight. And now, as Tyler Hawkins, a brooding young man straight out of J.D. Salinger's imagination.

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Rendition

While “extraordinary rendition” is certainly a provocative topic in a post 9/11 world, the team behind Rendition doesn’t mind choosing the most simplistic, even manipulative, methods to getting its message across.

  • Christa Banister |
  • October 19, 2007 |
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Rescue Dawn

Opening July 4, Werner Herzog’s Rescue Dawn is a celebration of America and the spirit that motivates our servicemen. But like a great celebration that goes on a little too long, it has a few lulls, some uncomfortable silences and certain excesses.

 
Reservation Road

Reservation Road take on issues of loss, grief and the ways in which we cope with the sudden death of a loved one. While not without merit, it has a few too many bumps. Steer clear for now, but this one may be worth catching on home video.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • October 19, 2007 |
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Resident Evil

Blood and violence dominate in this video game turned movie.

 
Resident Evil: Afterlife

It's hard to imagine this Resident Evil chapter expanding the franchise's audience. The film should have a brief theatrical run before finding its "afterlife" on home video, where its loyal audience can watch it over and over again. For everyone else, once will be quite enough.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • September 13, 2010 |
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Resurrecting the Champ

Resurrecting the Champ has plenty of redeeming values and will likely be a great choice for families this summer. Josh Hartnett does a fine job as the husband, father and reporter-on-the-ropes, while Samuel L. Jackson is fabulous as the resurrected champ.

 
Revolutionary Road

Revolutionary Road juxtaposes the idyllic image of the American Dream with the deterioration of a marriage that has become a nightmare—via an ironic casting reunion of Titanic stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet.

 
Revolver

After the first few scenes, Revolver’s plot descends into nonsensical logic. Different endings for scenes are shown, and it rewinds much like a pick-your-own-ending storybook. Perhaps that is why it’s named Revolver, which means “to return” in Spanish.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • December 07, 2006 |
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Riddick

When a movie titled after a character's name is more interesting when that character isn't on screen, that's a problem.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • September 06, 2013 |
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Righteous Kill

Righteous Kill stars two of the most revered actors of their generation: Robert De Niro and Al Pacino. Not since Heat have the men shared a scene. But those hoping for acting fireworks here will need to wait for their next joint appearance.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • September 12, 2008 |
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