Pop Switch (2009)
The Riot (1913)
The Riot is a 1913 American short comedy film directed by Mack Sennett and starring Fatty Arbuckle.
A sad adio (2000)
The Devil in the Skin (2011)
Caruso, zero in condotta (2001)
O Klearhos, i Marina kai o kontos (1961)
Harold & Kumar Go to Amsterdam (2008)
Black Pearls (1958)
Fictitious Marriage (1988)
Millionaire in Trouble (1978)
Kaya, also known as Kaya, I'll Kill You is a 1967 Yugoslav feature film directed by Vatroslav Mimica.
The Standard (1977)
I'm Poor But Angry (1970)
That Fatal Sneeze (1907)
That Fatal Sneeze is a 1907 British silent comedy film, directed by Lewin Fitzhamon and starring Thurston Harris and Gertie Potter.
Lupo Goes to New York (1976)
Cigarettes and Coffee (2004)
A Noise from the Deep (1913)
A Noise from the Deep is a 1913 American short silent comedy film starring Mabel Normand and Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle. The film was directed and produced by Mack Sennett and also features the Keystone Cops on horseback.
Der Mann auf der Mauer (1982)
Tabataba is a 1988 film.
Der Schimmelreiter (1934)
The Rider on the White Horse (German: Der Schimmelreiter) is a 1934 German drama film based on the novel of the same name by Theodor Storm.
Junjô Pure Heart (2010)
La part de l’ombre (2014)
Captain Lechi (1960)
Never Speak Ill of the Dead (1984)
The Restless (1967)
13th: A Conversation with Oprah Winfrey & Ava DuVernay (2017)
The Nude Princess (1976)
Nuit docile (1987)
Le destin de Juliette (1983)
Fatty's Day Off (1913)
Fatty's Day Off is a 1913 American short comedy film featuring Fatty Arbuckle.
Max and Morris (1994)
The Biter Bit (1900)
The Biter Bit is an 1899 British short black-and-white silent comedy film, produced by the Bamforth Company, featuring a boy playing a practical joke on a gardener by grasping his hose to stop the water flow and then letting go again when the gardener looks down it to check. The film, "is an English remake," of Auguste and Louis Lumière's L'Arroseur Arrosé (1895), according to Michael Brooke of BFI Screenonline, "providing a good illustration of how early film production companies cheerfully plagiarised each other's work," with, "a few minor differences between, most notably a rather greater sense of space and depth in the Bamforth version," and "three distinct planes to the action." It is included in the BFI DVD Early Cinema: Primitives and Pioneers and a clip is featured in Paul Merton's interactive guide to early British silent comedy How They Laughed on the BFI website.
Czar and General (1966)
Every Cloud Has a Silver Lining (1958)
Letters from Sahara (2006)
Grandma's Reading Glass (1900)
Grandma's Reading Glass is a 1900 British short silent drama film, directed by George Albert Smith, featuring a young Willy who borrows a huge magnifying glass to focus on various objects, which was shot to demonstrate the new technique of close-up. The film, according to Michael Brooke of BFI Screenonline, "was one of the first films to cut between medium shot and point-of-view close-up. It was destroyed in a fire at Warwick Trading Company's studio facility in 1912.
Mysteries of the Deep (1959)
Tanga (Deu no New York Times?) (1987)
Tanga is a 1987 Brazilian comedy film directed by the comic artist Henfil and written by him and Joffre Rodrigues.
Rookie Revue (1941)
Vers Madrid! (The Burning Bright) (2012)
Buy Your Own Cherries (1904)
Lamp: A Ghost Story (2016)
How to Catch a Cold (1951)
Netru Indru (2014)
Netru Indru is a 2014 Tamil action film, directed by Padmamagan, a filmmaker who earlier directed Pallavan and the R. Parthiban-starrer Ammuvagiya Naan. Prasanna and Vimal, along with Richard Rishi and Bharani of Naadodigal fame, played the lead roles, while Arundhati and Manochitra were the female leads. Rehhan scored the music for the film, while Dinesh Sre was the cinematographer and C. S. Prem was the editor. Shot entirely in forests of South India, Netru Indru draws a parallel between events happened in the past and ones that happens in the present in the forest. Produced by S. Malathy, it was expected to hit the screens in August 2013, but it did not release on the projected release date but after several delays in June 2014.
Batalha dos Guararapes (1978)
Destroy Yourselves (1969)
Gårdarna runt sjön (1957)
Love Nest on Wheels (1937)
Love Nest on Wheels is a 1937 Educational Pictures short subject directed by Buster Keaton and Charles Lamont. The film borrows heavily from Keaton's 1918 film The Bell Boy.
PG 16... (2010)
Skipped Parts is a film in the genre of melodrama, which premiered on September 16, 2010. It is the third feature film directed by Andrey Kavun after the Piranha and Kandagar.
Road to the Big House (1947)
Road to the Big House is a 1947 American films. It was based on a script by Aubrey Wisberg.
The Knife (1999)
The Dagger is a 1999 Yugoslav war film directed by Miroslav Lekić. The film was written by Miroslav Lekić, Slobodan Stanojević and Igor Bojović. The plot is based on Vuk Drašković's novel of the same name.
Olive, the Other Reindeer (1999)
Olive, the Other Reindeer is a 1999 American computer-animated Christmas television special written by Steve Young, based on the children's book by Vivian Walsh, and directed by Oscar Moore. The feature was produced by Matt Groening's The Curiosity Company and animated by DNA Productions. It first aired on December 17, 1999 on Fox, produced by 20th Century Fox Television and Flower Films. The special combines paperlike character art in 3-D environments. Sometimes, traditional animation is used. The special made its cable TV premiere on Nickelodeon in 2001. The special premiered on Cartoon Network on December 11, 2002 and aired during the holiday season until it was last seen in 2014.
Karate Bullfighter (1975)
Champion Of Death , also known as Karate Bullfighter, is a Japanese martial arts film made by the Toei Company in 1975. It was the first in a trilogy of films based on the manga Karate Baka Ichidai, a manga based on Masutatsu Oyama's life by Ikki Kajiwara, Jiro Tsunoda and Jōya Kagemaru.
Sonny Chiba stars as his former master Oyama who was the founder of Kyokushin karate. Chiba would reprise this role in two more films Karate Bearfighter (1975), and Karate for Life (1977).
Death of a Tea Master (1989)
Death of a Tea Master is a 1989 Japanese biographical drama film directed by Kei Kumai. It is based on real life events of Sen no Rikyū, particularly the events surrounding his ritual suicide. It was entered into the main competition at the 43rd Venice International Film Festival, in which it won the Silver Lion.
Victoria Beckham: Coming To America (2007)
Victoria Beckham: Coming to America was a 2007 one-hour American TV special that featured British former Spice Girl Victoria Beckham moving to the United States where her husband, David Beckham, began his career playing soccer for LA Galaxy of the MLS.
Von glücklichen Schafen (2015)
Please, Let the Flowers Live (1986)
N.N. the Angel of Death (1970)
The Grey Rats (1918)
Tercentenary of the Romanov Dynasty's Accession (1913)
The Mirror (1911)
Twelve Canoes (2009)
Nakhakshathangal is a 1986 Malayalam film directed by Hariharan, written by M. T. Vasudevan Nair and starring Monisha, Vineeth and Saleema. The lead actress, Monisha, won the distinguished National Film Award for Best Actress for her role, making her the youngest actress to achieve the feat. The film was a huge blockbuster, and is more noted for its songs. It was remade in Tamil as Pookkal Vidum Thoothu.
San-Antonio ne pense qu'à ça (1981)
Da Game Of Life (1998)
Da Game of Life is a 1998 direct-to-video short drama film starring No Limit Records rapper Snoop Dogg. It was directed by Michael Martin, written and produced by Master P and Snoop Dogg and distributed by No Limit Films. No Limit labelmate C-Murder co-stars. The movie was also a huge success for No Limit Records and for No Limit Films
. The soundtrack is supposedly is to be Snoop Dogg's third album, Da Game Is to Be Sold, Not to Be Told, which was released four months later.
Thomas Graal's Best Film (1917)
Pages of Life (1948)
That Vitamin Movie (2016)
An Odd Evening in April (2014)
Why Get Married the Day the World Ends? (2000)
In Danger's Path (1915)
Avalanche is a 1923 Austrian silent drama film directed by Michael Curtiz, and produced by Arnold Pressburger.
Tables of Content (1986)
The Egg (1922)
The Egg is a 1922 American silent comedy film featuring Stan Laurel.
I See the Sun (1965)
Gertie on Tour (1921)
Girls, Girls (1967)
The Mills in Joy and Sorrow (1912)
Mrs. Pussy Loves Animals (1911)
Lichtspiel opus I (1921)
L'hirondelle et la mésange (1920)
A Little Street in Paradise (1936)
The Dark World (1953)
The Dark World, also known as Aşık Veysel'ın Hayatı, is a 1953 Turkish biographical drama film directed by Metin Erksan, and written by Bedri Rahmi Eyuboglu. It stars Asik Veysel, Ayfer Feray, and Kemal Öz.
The Midnight Cabaret (1923)
The Midnight Cabaret is a 1923 American film directed by Larry Semon and featuring Oliver Hardy.
Hard to Remember (1974)