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Reincarnated

Snoop's perma-high style is endearing enough to allow any cynicism to be put in the corner for 90 minutes.
 
 
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Repulsion

– By Edward Boff – Roman Polanski first rose to international success with his last Polish film Knife in the Water.
 

 
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Room 237

Some films stay with you forever and ever and ever.
 
 
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Rosewood Lane

Troubled radio chat show psychiatrist Sonny Blake, returns to her hometown a year after her estranged Father’s death.
 

 
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Rock Of Ages

The rock scene in the 80s was a setting for all kinds of sordid debauchery and over-indulgence
 
 
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The Raid DVD

High-kicking, head-bangingly brilliant action. Every few years, or so, the action genre gets a shot of adrenaline in the arm.  Something to spark inspiration and bring about a new trend in the genre.  Whether it’s the quick fir...
 

 
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Raiders Of The Lost Ark

There are few franchises from the early eighties that invoke
 
 
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Rust And Bone

  Fresh from wowing audiences at Cannes and winning Best Film at this year’s London Film Festival, A Prophet director Jacques Audiard’s latest film, Rust And Bone, is a curiously unsatisfying mash-up of the sublime short s...
 

 
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RoGoPaG

Once a popular cinematic format, the anthology or portmanteau film has now largely died a death.
 
 
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Rumble Fish

In possibly his most art house film of his career, Francis Ford Coppola takes the ideas of family he explored, so fluently, in The Godfather films to endlessly more personal levels in Rumble Fish.