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Rainmaker
(1998 Francis Ford Coppola 50:-)

When Rudy Baylor (Matt Damon), a young attorney with no clients, goes to work for a seedy ambulance chaser, he wants to help the parents of a terminally ill boy in their suit against an insurance company (represented by a ruthless Jon Voight). But to take on corporate America, Rudy and a scrappy paralegal (Danny DeVito) must open their own law firm. Francis Ford Coppola adapts and directs this story based on John Grisham's best-selling novel.
Raising Arizona
(1987 Joel Coen 50:-)

Ex-cop Edwina "Ed" McDonnough (Holly Hunter) and her ex-con husband, H.I. (Nicolas Cage), are devastated when they learn they can't have children. Not to worry: They reckon they'll just "borrow" one of furniture magnate Nathan Arizona's (Trey Wilson) new quintuplets. Featuring oodles of idiosyncratic humor, this kidnapping farce from Joel Coen and Ethan Coen is a deft nod to classic screwball comedy. John Goodman and William Forsythe co-star.
Ref, The
(1994 Ted Demme 50:-)

Gus (Denis Leary), a burglar, is about to score on Christmas Eve by breaking into a posh home in the suburbs. His plans change when he trips up the alarm and takes the occupants hostage. Or is it the other way around? After all, his hostages include the house's owners, an endlessly bickering husband (Kevin Spacey) and wife (Judy Davis) on the verge of divorce, and Gus finds himself refereeing their blistering -- and constant -- arguments.
Rescuers Down Under
(1990 Hendel Butoy & Mike Gabriel 80:-)

A lawless poacher (voiced by George C. Scott) wants to capture a majestic and rare golden eagle, so he kidnaps the boy who knows where to find the bird. Not to worry -- the Rescue Aid Society's top agents, heroic mice Miss Bianca (Eva Gabor) and Bernard (Bob Newhart), fly to Australia to save the day. Accompanying the fearless duo are bumbling albatross Wilbur (John Candy) and llocal field operative Jake the Kangaroo Rat (Tristan Rogers).
Rescuers, The
(1977 Wolfgang Reitherman 80:-)

An urgent note in a bottle from a kidnapped orphan girl leads two adventuresome mice on a "wild albatross chase" to Devil's Bayou and a madcap encounter with the villainous Madame Medusa. Bob Newhart, Eva Gabor and Geraldine Page lend their voices.
Richard III
(1995 Richard Loncraine 50:-)

Ian McKellen stars in the title role in this visually inventive adaptation of Shakespeare's classic drama, which is set in 1930s England after a civil war has torn the country apart and left the people under fascist rule. Richard plots against his brother, Edward (John Wood), in his quest to usurp the throne, and will stop at nothing in pursuit of his goal. The film received Oscar nominations for art direction and costume design.
Robin and Marian
(1976 Richard Lester 50:-)

Whatever became of Robin Hood after his famed tale of good deeds ended? Now you can find out, in this sequel that takes place years after Robin and his merry men bested the Sheriff of Nottingham. After following Richard the Lionhearted to the crusades, Robin (Sean Connery) returns to Sherwood Forest to find things drastically changed. Audrey Hepburn plays the stalwart Marian … who's joined a nunnery!
Romeo + Juliet
(1996 Baz Luhrmann 50:-)

In director Baz Luhrmann's contemporary take on William Shakespeare's classic tragedy, the Montagues and Capulets have moved their ongoing feud to the sweltering suburb of Verona Beach, where Romeo (Leonardo DiCaprio) and Juliet (Claire Danes) fall in love and secretly wed. Though the film is visually modern, the bard's dialogue remains intact as the feuding families' children pay a disastrous cost for their mutual affection.
Rumble Fish
(1983 Francis Ford Coppola 80:-)

Francis Ford Coppola directed this beautiful black-and-white version of S.E. Hinton's popular youth novel. RUMBLE FISH explores the relationship between a young street thug, Rusty James (Matt Dillon), and his older brother, the legendary Motorcycle Boy (Mickey Rourke). When Motorcycle Boy comes back to town, he finds Rusty James trying to imitate his former gang leader ways and their father (Dennis Hopper) trying to drink away a troubled past. The only color images in the film are the shots of the Siamese fighting fish that the color-blind Motorcycle Boy admires.
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