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Ranger's Apprentice

The story follows an orphan who becomes the apprentice of a man as they battle to keep the fantastical kingdom of Araluen safe from a multitude of threats.

Rules of Civility

Set in New York City in 1938, a 25-year old named Katey Kontent attempts to rise above the Wall Street secretarial pool into the upper echelons of New York society at the end of the Depression. As much as anything, her challenge is to not lose herself in the romance in Gotham’s high society.

Roosevelt

The film will chronicle the formative years of Roosevelt as he reinvented himself from a slight and privileged New York politician with a Harvard degree to the burly commander of the Rough Riders, a track that would lead him to the New York governorship, the vice presidency and the White House, when William McKinley was assassinated.

Replay

An advertising executive uses his knowledge of the future to make a fortune and go after the woman of his dreams, instead of the woman he married.

Rounders 2

Sequel to 1998's Rounders, which followed a reformed gambler who must return to playing big stakes poker to help a friend pay off loan sharks.

Rainbow Six

CIA agent John Clark leaves the agency with several colleagues and creates an England-based multinational organization designed to battle terrorism.

Razorblade Tears

Two men team up to seek vengeance for their murdered sons in the face of intolerance and prejudice in the rural South and find redemption along the way.

Rant

In a dystopian future, urban dwellers are forcefully divided by curfew into two separate classes: the respectable Daytimers and the oppressed Nighttimers. Buster Rant Casey, a murderous demolition driver, takes part in the Party Crashing derby in a world where people intentionally crash into each other violently to feel, and create a vivid reality of the experience.

Roald Dahl/Patricia Neal

The story is set in New York, England and Los Angeles at the beginning of the 60s and recounts Roald Dahl’s struggles to write some of his most famous works while Neal returns to acting with Hud.

Red Bird

Lured by a brochure his doctor gives him after informing him that his emphysema has left him with scarcely a year to live, 52-year-old Oswald T. Campbell abandons wintry Chicago for Lost River, Alabama, where he believes he’ll be spending his last Christmas. Frances Cleverdon, one of four widows and three single women in town, hopes to fix him up with her sister, Mildred–if only Mildred wouldn’t keep dying her hair outrageous colors every few days. When Frances and Oswald become involved in the life of Patsy Casey, an abandoned young girl with a crippled leg, the townspeople and neighboring communities rally round shy, sweet Patsy as Christmas approaches.

Redemption

Joyce Ann Brown spends more than nine years in prison for a 1980 fur store robbery and murder in Dallas that she didn't commit. Jim McCloskey, a crusader for the wrongly convicted, fights for her release.

Racing Dreams

Three young racers compete in the World Karting Assn.'s National Pavement Series. Clocking speeds up to 70 mph, the trio chase the National Championship title and move closer to achieving their dream of becoming NASCAR racers.

Rampage

An American counter terrorism operative teams up with an MI5 agent to hunt a terrorist menacing London.

Remarkable Creatures

Set against the dramatic landscape of the English coastal town of Lyme-Regis and centers on two female 19th century fossil hunters who make significant discoveries that changed the scientific world forever. The story reveals invisible women in science who were influential but marginalized and whose accomplishments were appropriated by men.

Ruin

A nameless ex-Nazi captain navigates the ruins of post-WWII Germany. Determined to atone for his crimes during the war, he hunts down the surviving members of his former SS Death Squad.

Race to the South Pole

In the early 1900s, two explorers try to be the first person to reach the last uncharterd territory on the planet, the South Pole. Englishman Robert Falcon Scott and Norwegian Roald Amundsen are explorers from antithetical countries. Their race, seen as heroic during a golden age of exploration, sparks international interest and galvanizes the world to see who will reach the Southernmost point first.