The Price of Silence (1959)
The Price of Silence is a 1959 British crime film directed by Montgomery Tully and starring Gordon Jackson and June Thorburn, with Mary Clare, Maya Koumani and Terence Alexander in supporting roles.
A Family Affair (2001)
A Family Affair is a 2001 lesbian romantic comedy directed by Helen Lesnick.
Goodbye & Amen (1978)
Goodbye & Amen is a 1978 Italian film. It stars Claudia Cardinale, Tony Musante and John Forsythe in the leading roles.
Middleground is Russian-American drama film directed by Alisa Khazanova.The film premiered at the Moscow International Film Festival on 27 June 2017 followed by a release in Russia on 2 November 2017. The film will receive a limited theatrical and VOD releae in the United States on 18 May 2018.
Zvírátka a petrovstí (1946)
Animals work together to deter thieves.
Night Pulse (2018)
A powerful corporate mogul becomes trapped in his house.
5 Pattern Dragon Claws (1983)
The Silver Fox reigns supreme with his deadly thunder foot technique.
A 12-year-old city boy is sent to his mother's place in Swedish Lapland against his will. The only one that is able to make contact with him is his sister. She takes him on a journey into the magical world of the woods to overcomes his shyness.
The Espadrillo Fortune (2017)
An outlaw races against a shady treasure hunter to find a lost Spanish shipwreck.
The Helper (2017)
Joanna Bowers chronicles diverse stories from Hong Kong's migrant workers, exploring their immense contribution to society in the face of heartbreaking separation from their loved ones.
The Incantation (2018)
A young American girl visits her ancestors' castle in the south of France. She finds that her family is hiding a shocking secret about their nefarious past, far away from prying eyes.
Bang is a 1995 American crime drama film directed by Ash.
Night 'n' Gales (1937)
Night 'n' Gales is a 1937 Our Gang short comedy film directed by Gordon Douglas. It was the 156th Our Gang short (157th episode, 68th talking short, and 69th talking episode that was released.
Two love stories combine with a Mafia episode.
Between Waves (2018)
When a best-selling author has a midlife crisis, he returns to his coastal hometown and embarks on a wild adventure in a desperate attempt to reclaim his youth.
Ti Presento un Amico (2010)
Ti presento un amico is a 2010 Italian film directed by Carlo Vanzina.
Writer's Block (2010)
Friends decide to participate in the "100 Hour Film Race." As the clock ticks on, they can't seem to agree on what their film will be about.
To Matthieu (2001)
To Matthieu (French: Selon Matthieu) is a 2000 French drama film written and directed by Xavier Beauvois and starring Nathalie Baye.
The film was entered into the main competition at the 57th Venice International Film Festival.
All Stars (2015)
A veteran softball coach is saddled with a team of inexperienced 10-year-olds and their overly ambitious, entirely delusional parents whose ridiculous behavior is more suited to five-year-olds than adults in the hilarious comedy, ALL-STARS.
Beyond the Border (2011)
December 1942. Two young soldiers leave their post at check-point 83 in Northern Värmland, Sweden, and make their way through the ice cold winter-night towards the border of Nazi-occupied Norway. Sweden stands on the brink of invasion and the soldiers want to see the enemy everybody's talking about. But the adventure ends in disaster and the following day Lieutenant Aron Stenström finds out that his brother Sven is one of the missing soldiers. With the odds against him, he is forced to go on a secret rescue mission behind enemy lines. Deep in the Norwegian forest Aron realizes that a completely different kind of line must be crossed if they're to come out alive.
Accidental Family (2017)
Loïc le Tallec never really took care of his son. When his son dies in a road accident, Loïc is devastated. He has only one idea in mind: to find the one who now lives with the heart of his son. He finds Hugo, a young man that this brand new heart makes totally unreasonable and uncontrollable. Their meeting promises to be explosive.
Chicken Kokkachi (2017)
A man has to leave his village after his family causes problems.
Tintin et le mystère de la Toison d'Or (1961)
Tintin and the Golden Fleece (in the original French, Tintin et le Mystère de La Toison d'or, meaning Tintin and the Mystery of the Golden Fleece) is a film first released in France on 6 December 1961. Featuring characters from the The Adventures of Tintin comic book series written and drawn by the Belgian writer-artist Hergé, it was a live-action film with actors made-up to look like the characters and featured an original storyline not based on any of the books.
The film is set in Turkey and Greece with the main characters of Tintin and Captain Haddock searching for treasure after inheriting a ship called the Golden Fleece. The film was followed by a less successful sequel, Tintin and the Blue Oranges.
France Inc. (1974)
A drug dealer held in stasis awakens in the year 2222 and recounts how his business changed after the government legalized narcotics.
XX Ray II (1995)
A cadet scientist at a science center claims that he invented a laser disposal machine, but it's actually the brainchild of a fellow student.
Tum Milo Toh Sahi (2010)
Tum Milo Toh Sahi is Bollywood film that released on 2 April 2010. It stars Nana Patekar, Dimple Kapadia, Suniel Shetty, Vidya Malvade, Rehan Khan and Anjana Sukhani in the lead roles.
A film student follows Hong Kong cinema legend Johnnie To on and off the set as the filmmaker reflects on the industry, his career and the creative process.
Echoserang Frog (2014)
A movie industry veteran produces and stars in his own production.
Carrément à l'Ouest (2001)
Carrément à l'Ouest is a 2001 French comedy drama directed and written by Jacques Doillon. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2001 Cannes Film Festival.
Les gaîtés de l'escadron (1932)
Fun in the Barracks (French: Les Gaîtés de l'escadron or Les Gaietés de l'escadron) is a 1932 French comedy film directed by Maurice Tourneur and starring Raimu, Jean Gabin and Fernandel. It was based on a play by Georges Courteline and Edouard Nores. Tourneur was remaking the story, having previously filmed a silent version in 1913. The film was one of the most expensive made by Tourneur and was a popular commercial hit.
Marguerite de la nuit (1955)
Marguerite de la nuit (US title: Marguerite of the Night) is a 1955 French language motion picture fantasy drama directed by Claude Autant-Lara, and written by Ghislaine Autant-Lara (screenplay & dialogue) and Gabriel Arout (adaptation), based on novel by Pierre Dumarchais. The film stars Michèle Morgan and Yves Montand.
It tells the story of an older pedant who buys adolescence from Satan.
I Know What You Did on Facebook (2010)
A woman tries to woo a man she falls in love with.
Bennett's Song (2018)
Two people discover what it means to be a true family.
Kabayan Jadi Milyuner (2010)
KABAYAN, Becomes a Billionaire is a 2010 Indonesian movies, The film was directed by Guntur Soeharjanto, written by Cassandra Massardi, and stars Jamie Aditya, Rianti Cartwright, Didi Petet, Meriam Bellina, and Aming. This film was released on December 23, 2010. Kabayan, is the story people in West Java, Indonesia. Production by Starvision Plus.
Hantu Kapcai (2012)
A spirit returns to clear his name and save his friend.
Max & Lenny (2015)
Two girls from the wrong side of the tracks form an intense friendship.
I Forgot to Tell You (2010)
An elderly painter who has Alzheimer's disease helps a troubled young woman embrace her passion for painting.
Memoirs of a French Whore (1979)
Memoirs of a French Whore (French: La Dérobade) is a French film released in 1979. It was directed by Daniel Duval. It stars Miou-Miou, Maria Schneider and Niels Arestrup.
The Secret of the Ant Children (2011)
Traveling in West Africa, a woman crosses paths with a young African mother who deposits a baby in her arms.
J'adore ma vie! (2013)
Despite loving children, a nursery school teacher discovers that she's allergic to them.
Nothing to Report (1973)
A French battalion fighting in the Algerian War deals with delinquency in the ranks.
The Gang of Oss (2011)
The Gang of Oss is a 2011 Dutch crime drama period film directed by André van Duren starring Sylvia Hoeks and Matthias Schoenaerts. It tells the story of a woman involved with the criminal gangs of the town of Oss in the Netherlands in the 1930s. The film is partly based on real events that caused the fall of the government just before the start of World War II.
Guardians of the Night (2016)
When a teenager saves the girl of his dreams from strange attackers, he discovers an underground world full of monsters and demons straight out of his own recurring nightmares.
Piet Piraat en de Betoverde Kroon (2005)
Piet Pirate and his crew search for a cursed crown that is also being sought by the evil Captain Snorrebaard.
Plop en de Kabouterbaby (2009)
When a convoy of circus dwarfs riding through the forest accidentally leaves behind a basket containing a baby, a community of gnomes including Plop, who dreams of being a gourmet chef, finds the baby and takes it in as its own.
In the near future, James, a geneticist, has managed to raise superbugs that can provide protein at low cost. When the reproduction of the bugs gets out of control, the bugs begin feasting on human flesh.
Les Charlots en folie: À nous quatre Cardinal! (1974)
The four valets of the Musketeers attempt to recover a necklace offered by Louis XIII to Anne of Austria, who had imprudently given it to the Duke of Buckingham.
Ju-on: The Beginning of the End (2014)
Ju-on: The Beginning of the End is a 2014 Japanese supernatural horror film and the tenth installment of the Ju-on franchise. The film was directed and co-written by Masayuki Ochiai with Takashige Ichinose producing and co-writing. The Beginning of the End is a reboot of the series, retelling the events of the cursed Saeki family that centers on a house in Nerima, Japan.
Gen is a 2006 Turkish horror film directed by Togan Gökbakar.
The Bedside Detective (2007)
An inventor uses his homemade gadgets to become a detective.
Ju-Rei: The Uncanny (2004)
Ju-Rei: The Uncanny is a 2004 J-Horror film directed by Kōji Shiraishi.
Crimi Clowns 2.0: Uitschot (2016)
Clowns moonlight as dangerous criminals.
Roc et Canyon (2007)
Teenagers ride a train.
Ennui Ennui (2014)
An Afghan warlord kidnaps a French ambassador's daughter in the midst of peace negotiations.
Buppah Rahtree Phase 2: Rahtree Returns (2005)
Buppah Rahtree Phase 2: Rahtree Returns is a 2005 Thai comedy-horror film written and directed by Yuthlert Sippapak. It is a sequel to the 2003 film, Buppah Rahtree.
It Lives Inside (2018)
A chronic sleepwalker reads from a mysterious book that foretells his impending demonic possession. He then struggles to hold his family together as the ancient evil threatens to consume everything he holds dear.
Bruce Lee: The Man and the Legend (1973)
Bruce Lee, The Man and The Legend (Chinese: 李小龍的生與死), also known as The Legend is Born of Bruce Lee and Year of the Dragon, is a 1973 Hong Kong documentary produced by Raymond Chow, and starring Bruce Lee. A follow-up/reworking of this documentary was released in 1984 under the title Bruce Lee, The Legend.
A young man leaves his fiancee and moves to Mexico, where he becomes a famous matador.
Deux grandes filles dans un pyjama (1974)
A man invites two tourists to stay with him while his wife is away on vacation.
Pierre and Djemila (1987)
Pierre and Djemila (French: Pierre et Djemila) is a 1987 French drama film directed by Gérard Blain. It was entered into the 1987 Cannes Film Festival.
Big Father, Small Father and Other Stories (2015)
Big Father, Small Father and Other Stories is a 2015 Vietnamese drama film directed by Phan Đăng Di. It was screened in the main competition section of the 65th Berlin International Film Festival.
Belgian Rhapsody (2014)
Belgian Rhapsody is a 2014 Belgian musical film directed by Vincent Bal.
Always Further On (1965)
Always Further On is a 1965 Mexican drama film directed by Luis Alcoriza. It won the FIPRESCI Prize at the 1965 Cannes Film Festival. The film was also selected as the Mexican entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 38th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.
Fishing with Gandhi (1998)
Danno is hitching his way down the California coast, trying to forget his mum's recent marriage to his uncle. He meets Roy and Gil, who are two truck-driving brothers who are dealing with some severe issues of their own.
Viva Cangaceiro (1969)
Viva Cangaceiro (originally titled as O' Cangaçeiro, also known as The Magnificent Bandits) is a Brazilian themed spaghetti western movie co-produced by Spain and Italy and directed by Giovanni Fago as his third and last spaghetti western.
The Passenger (2014)
A disgraced gangster hopes to redeem himself by capturing a thief.
Building a Dancer (2018)
A dancer navigates the high and low points of trying to make it in the business.
A woman discovers an anonymous love letter for her husband, which has only a heart with the phrase "I love you", and it is signed as "yours".
A young elven girl grows up to be a dark sorceress.
League of Superheroes (2015)
Twenty-six superheroes show off their powers.
A supernatural force attacks a team of journalists.
Children from around the world draw self-portraits.
Scout and Axle fly across the globe to learn about horses.
A boy runs away from his abusive home to live with a tribe of forest dwellers.
Far from Sunset Boulevard (2006)
A gay director marries his leading actress to hide his homosexuality from the public.
Fist of the North Star: The Legend of Yuria (2007)
Powerful warriors fight for control of a wasteland.
Dharma Guns (La succession Starkov) (2011)
A speedboat accident sends a man into a coma.
Min søsters børn i Ægypten (2004)
Five young siblings deal with a reluctant chaperone when they wind up stranded on a trip to Egypt.
Milano Palermo - Il ritorno (2007)
A key witness who helped convict a mafia dynasty faces the wrath of the late crime boss's son.
Cecile Is Dead (1944)
Cecile Is Dead (French: Cécile est morte!) is a 1944 French crime film directed by Maurice Tourneur and starring Albert Préjean, Santa Relli and Germaine Kerjean. It is based on the 1942 novel of the same title by Georges Simenon featuring his detective Jules Maigret.
The film's sets were designed by the art director Guy de Gastyne. The film was made by the German-controlled Continental Films.
Coplan FX 18 casse tout (1965)
The Exterminators is a 1965 spy film directed by Riccardo Freda. It was the fourth in the Francis Coplan series of films. It was released in the United Kingdom as The Exterminators and on television in the United States as FX 18 Superspy.
Le cœur des hommes 3 (2013)
Middle-aged friends support each other through tough times.
Mister Twister Goes Camping (2013)
A strict headmistress threatens to turn a class camping trip into a week of all work and no fun.
The Under-Gifted (1980)
Les sous-doués (The Under-Gifted) is a 1980 French comedy film directed by Claude Zidi.
Traumatized by the horrors of trench warfare, Georges Laffont struggles to find his place in the post-war world.
The Tin Mine (2005)
The Tin Mine is a 2005 Thai biographical drama film directed by Jira Maligool. It is adapted from short stories by Ajin Panjapan and his semi-autobiographical account of growing up in a mining camp in Kapong District of Phang Nga Province from 1949 to 1953. The Tin Mine was the official entry from Thailand for Best Foreign Language Film at the 78th Academy Awards.
Kahwin 5 (2012)
A successful businessman juggles four wives simultaneously.
Los Flamencos (2013)
Three brothers plan one final heist before they grow too old to operate.
Make Me Shudder 2: Shudder Me Mae Nak (2014)
High school students travel back in time to fulfill a restless spirit's demands.
Krasue fad pob (2009)
A young girl does battle with a bloodthirsty ghoul who was summoned from her grave by a witch doctor.
Little Tailor (2010)
A tailor falls in love with a stage actress.
Pigeon: Impossible (2009)
A rookie CIA agent tangles with a troublesome pigeon.
Nine Positions of Loneliness (2014)
Nine individuals live their virtual lives and foster the illusion that they are other people.
Brussels By Night (1983)
Brussels by Night is a Belgian drama film from 1983, directed by former Humo journalist Marc Didden. The low budget picture was financed partly by Herman Schueremans, organizer of the Flemish rock festival Rock Werchter. The film was named after a 1979 song by Raymond van het Groenewoud, who also wrote the soundtrack for the movie. Brussels by Night was important in Belgian film history because its bleak, grey atmosphere and stream of consciousness structure were a sharp contrast with the more conventional films the country produced up to then.
Bad Ninjas Wear Gold (1977)
An assassin accepts an assignment from a man wearing a golden mask, and he is unaware that the assignment calls for him to call his brother.
A terrorist organization threatens French territory just before the presidential elections and a policeman with questionable methods is called in to defeat the group.
Het Sacrament (1989)
The Sacrament is a 1989 Belgian comedy film directed by Belgian author Hugo Claus. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1990 Cannes Film Festival. The film is based on Claus' own novel Omtrent Deedee and his play Interieur. The film was selected as the Belgian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 62nd Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.
Crimson Curtain (1952)
Crimson Curtain (French: Le rideau rouge) is a 1952 French drama film directed by André Barsacq and starring Michel Simon, Pierre Brasseur and Jean Brochard.
A Thought Unchained (2014)
Mafia daughter Suki finds herself at the wrong end of a drug deal and left for dead.
Missed Connections (2015)
Marc Reid, a romance novelist, is set up on a blind date by his over excited sister. Marc, a little less than enthusiastic, ends up picking up the wrong girl from the apartment complex.