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Rio

With the massive success of the Ice Age series able to rival even the likes of Pixar and Disney at the box office, it’s a bit of a gamble
 

 
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Route Irish

After his peculiarly upbeat dark comedy Looking For Eric in 2009 (one man’s struggle for inspiration guided by the spirit form of Eric Cantona – much better than it sounds on paper), director Ken Loach returns to fa...
 
 
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Rubber

Possibly the most outrageous concept and execution of a film in living memory. The opening to Rubber is a theory in ‘No Reason’. What it boils down to is in cinema things happen and ‘are’ for no reason.
 

 
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The Roommate

By Jamie Steiner. The proverbial ‘single white female’ surely counts as one of modern cinema’s most exhausted clichés
 

 
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OAPs With Guns
 
 
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Rabbit Hole

A bit of a depressing tale this one – a US golden, couple living the suburban dream until the untimely death of their young son. The film jumps in, several months thereafter, in the midst of their grief. Becca (Kidman) an...
 

 
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Rango

Gore Verbinksi, best known for the Pirates of the Caribbean series, has taken his first step into the weird and wonderful world of animation and he’s taken them from the very weird and the exceedingly wild Johnny Depp. Th...
 
 
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Rite, The

When The Exorcist was released in 1973, it explored its own concept so fully and so effectively that it set an impossibly high benchmark for subsequent exorcism movies –