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Rango

One of the year’s funniest and a huge leap forward in digi-mation. Given Industrial Light And Magic’s pedigree in pioneering visual effects
 
 
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Round Up, The

A film that packs enough emotional punch to leave you haunted for some days after viewing.
 

 
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Red State

About halfway through Sam Peckinpah’s masterful, melancholic elegy to the death of the West, Ride The High Country, two characters, a morally upright gunfighter (Joel McCrea) and a tyrannical religious zealot (R.G. Armstrong), ...
 
 
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Resident, The

After last year’s well-received Let Me In, this film marks the second release for the newly revamped Hammer Film Productions and shows that there is serious mileage to be had in this studio comeback.
 

 
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Rabbit Hole

A touching and affecting story that, while emotionally powerful, never feels intentionally hard hitting.
 
 
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Rock Hudson Home Movies

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Repo Men Cinema

Thanks to Barack Obama’s recent introduction of universal health care in the US, the scenarios in this film are less of a possibility than they were a year ago, although the repo men have certainly been busy anyway, takin...
 
 
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Rio Breaks

Brazil, like many of its Latin American neighbours, is one of the richest countries in the world today and has paid off their debt to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) (much to the IMF’s disappointment). Despite this ...
 

 
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The Referees

There isn’t much left unknown about football, the all-conquering global sport, but referees are probably the last part of the game with an air of mystery about them.
 
 
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Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes

Sometimes it’s necessary to take a pinch of salt with a film. To suspend your disbelief. For Rise of the Planet of the Apes you’re going to need about 3 litres of saline administered intravenously.