• Released
  • April 9, 2010
  • (In Theaters in Limited Release on March 19, 2010)
  • R , 1 hr 45 min
  • Drama
    Music/Performing Arts
The Runaways Synopsis
Teens Joan Jett and Cherie Currie break new ground in the mid-1970s with their all-girl rock band.
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Movie Reviews

Respect the film making, hate that world.

By JonathanOfAwesometon
Not gonna lie, this movie ripped my heart out. I kind of hate it. I just watched a story about lost children drowning and it hurts my freaking guts... I know that's part of what they were aiming for....

I definitely underestimated this film!

By pilar02803
This movie was amazing from start to finish. I was SHOCKED at how great of acting Kristen Stewart and Dakota Fanning did. The movie kept me intrigued from start to finish. I thought it was going to...

The Runaways

By karla_gal
The Runaways promises to be the best of the best! I am so excited I can't wait to see it! Can't wait until it releases in AZ!!!! This movie not only has a great story behind it but it also has great...

looks good

By SallyDoo
looks good from the trailer...

Five Word Review

By kgwahl
KStew rocks as Joan Jett!...

who cares

By Nemion
Kristen is a bore and has an awful attitude. Dont know what all the hype is about her!!!...

Five Word Review

By keliezimmer
Great Perfomances Make It Worthy...

Five Word Review

By TeamEdward01
cool awesome have to see!!!!...

Walk But Don't "Run"

By sezwhom
First off, I saw the Runaways in San Francisco back at the Old Waldorf in 1976. I still remember "I love playin' with fire"! Per this film, it's more a curio than must see! Plenty of holes...

The Runaways

By ttolin1
Really enjoyed the movie, it kicked the ball out of the park! I was so pumped when the movie ended, lots of music , love the music of course, BIG Joan Jett fan, that's why we went! I There are some...

More Info

Rated R | For all involving teens, sexual content, language and drug use
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Sex, drugs, and glam rock in '70s teen band biopic.
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