Getting Rowdy!

Adjective noisy, energetic and rough
The unforgettable war between the tyrannical Big Nurse Ratched and Randle Patrick McMurphy, the boisterous, fun-loving new inmate who resolves to oppose her.
Adjective interrupting usual order or progress
In quite the disruptive scare, Prince Charles and wife Camilla were the victims of a protester attack on December 9 in London, England.
Adjective liable to sudden unpredictable change
By the time of his sudden death at age 50 in 2009, Michael Jackson was known less for his music than for his erratic behavior, wild spending, and many plastic surgeries.
Adjective stubbornly resistant to authority or control
Set in and around a dystopian London fractious with violence and warring nationalistic sects, Children of Men follows the unexpected discovery of a lone pregnant woman.
Noun large, sometimes unruly crowd of people
Shoppers at a Boston mall were left reeling when a flash mob wedding broke out in front of stores. The whole shebang cost a little over 3,000 dollars.
Adjective noisy and difficult to control
In Life Among the Savages, Shirley Jackson's humor is snappy and her children, though messy and obstreperous, seem never to inspire in her anything worse than a fond exasperation.
Adjective difficult to control or handle
Although Sid tries his best to raise the three dinosaurs, their rambunctious behavior scares away all the other animals' young and ruins a playground.
Adjective wildly loud and rowdy
Children are quite a bit like cats. No matter how much you spend on gifts for them, inevitably it is the box that seems to provide the most raucous and satisfying entertainment for them.
Adjective noisy and disorderly
Hesher, an anarchic, overgrown wild child moves in uninvited with a dysfunctional family, and forms a rollicking anti-rapport with the young son T.J.
Adjective noisy and lacking in restraint or discipline
Bars in the U.K. and Canada may have stumbled on to something, handing out lollipops to pacify unruly customers.