Howl (2010)
The story of Allen Ginsberg’s ground-breaking poem is told through a mixture of reconstruction and animation.
A Place For Annie (1993)
A custody battle for an HIV positive baby is only the beginning.
Red 2 (2013)
Frank Moses finds he and his girlfriend on a mission to save the world.
R.I.P.D. (2013)
Mismatched cops whose job it is to track down ghosts in human form discover a plot to destroy all life on Earth.
Red (2010)
A retired black ops agent is targeted by his old employer.
Red Dragon (2002)
Remake of Manhunter, in which Hannibal Lecter gives advice to FBI agent on serial killer.
Red Sparrow (2018)
A former ballerina is recruited into Russia's spy school where students learn the artifice of the honey trap
Saved! (2004)
High school comedy takes a side-swipe at Christian fundamentalism after a teenage girl becomes pregnant to her gay pal.
The Spiderwick Chronicles (2008)
Moving to a creepy old house after their parents split up, three children encounter a dangerous but enchanting supernatural world.
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