Movies by Letter - R

Guess these film-related answers that start with the letter R.
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Last updated: January 13, 2019
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Did everything Fred Astaire did but backwards and in heels
Ginger Rogers
Special effects studio that declared bankruptcy after winning an Oscar for Life of Pi
Rhythm 'n Hues Studios
Nickname for Strictly Ballroom, Romeo + Juliet, and Moulin Rouge!
Red Curtain trilogy
Black and white boxing film directed by Martin Scorsese
Raging Bull
Specific color of Dorothy's shoes
Judy Garland's frequent early costar
Mickey Rooney
Pixar film about a rodent and haute cuisine
Zhang Yimou film about a romance between a girl and country school teacher
The Road Home
Currently G, PG, PG-13, R, and NC-17 in the U.S.
Akira Kurosawa film with a disjointed, nonlinear story about the murder of a samurai
French film about the decadence of the bourgeoisie at the outset of World War II
The Rules of the Game
Director of the above, who then fled from the Nazis to the United States
Jean Renoir
Bollywood star of Devdas, Bride & Prejudice, and nearly fifty other films
Aishwarya Rai
James Dean and a red jacket
Rebel without a Cause
Director of the above film
Nicolas Ray
Leonardo DiCaprio won an Oscar for eating raw meat
The Revenant
Wendy and Lucy, Meek's Cutoff, and Certain Women director
Kelly Reichardt
Italian director who moved from neorealism to historical epics
Roberto Rossellini
Craig Sheffer and Brad Pitt learn to fly fish
A River Runs through It
Director of the above film
Robert Redford
A film set entirely inside the Hermitage Museum and shot to look like one continuous take
Russian Ark
A film set entirely inside a New York City apartment and shot to look like one continuous take
Another name for a spool of film
Michael Moore stake out GM
Roger and Me
Film that gave us "It's a trap!"
Return of the Jedi
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