R.E.M.'s announcement on Wednesday that the band plans to "call it a day" prompted tearful recollections from fans about the Georgia group's indelible impact on the world of music over the past 31 years. (Cue "Everybody Hurts.") Less noted has been their impact on the world of movies. Besides appearing on dozens of soundtracks, the members of R.E.M. were instrumental in producing some of the most interesting and innovative movies of the last couple decades.
Color Of A Brisk And Leaping Day
Not Yet Rated1996
In Theaters on April 21st, 1997

Train buff (Peter Alexander) tries to revive defunct rail line. Read More

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Being John Malkovich
Based on 36 critics

A man (John Cusack) discovers a tunnel that allows people to become the actor. Read More

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