The Stressful Adventures of Boxhead & Roundhead (2014)

After their home is destroyed, Boxhead and Roundhead head to the big city and battle red tape, rent, rats and the rat race to get it back.

Naga Bonar (1986)

Nagabonar is a 1987 Indonesian comedy film directed by M.T. Risyaf. It was Indonesia's submission to the 60th Academy Awards for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, but was not accepted as a nominee. In 2007, the sequel named Nagabonar Jadi 2 released.

Les bidasses au pensionnat (1978)

In 1978 young conscripts dig a tunnel to get to the all-female boarding school next door.

Le garde du corps (1984)

Barbara marries Julien, a handsome zoologist. Paul, Barbara's old flame, becomes convinced that Julien's previous two wives were murdered for insurance money.

The Telephone Always Rings Twice (1985)

Le téléphone sonne toujours deux fois !! (French pronunciation: ​[lə telefɔn sɔn tuʒuʁ dø fwa], The Telephone Always Rings Twice) is a French comedy by Jean-Pierre Vergne released in 1985.

La main passe (2014)

Although Arnaud likes to possess things, he also loves to steal things. One day, after he sees Émilie commit a crime of passion, he recovers the weapon used in the crime, which he finds in a dustbin.

La planque (2011)

Three bank robbers are forced to hide in a police station when their getaway driver ditches them.

Coach Jake (2018)

A profile of Martin Jacobson, the winningest high school soccer coach in New York City history, at age 70.

The Friends (1971)

The Friends (French: Les Amis) is a 1971 French drama film directed by Gérard Blain. The film won the Golden Leopard at the Locarno International Film Festival.

Dublin Oldschool (2018)

Dublin Oldschool is a 2014 Irish play written by Irish actor Emmet Kirwan and a 2018 movie starring Kirwan, Ian Lloyd Anderson, Seana Kerslake and Sarah Greene based on the play. The film was directed by Dave Tynan.

The Devil Plays (1931)

The Devil Plays is a 1931 American mystery film directed by Richard Thorpe and starring Jameson Thomas, Florence Britton and Thomas E. Jackson. It was given a British release under the alternative title of The Murdock Affair.

Dust (2010)

A plus-sized momma's boy is recruited for a secret government medical experiment that warps his self-image and makes him desperate for further treatment.

Auto Recovery (2008)

Slim is a pro at repossessing expensive and highly protected cars, but his next assignment just might be his last. When Slim is forced to choose between recovering a pastor's car or face serving a 20 year sentence his life is changed forever. You never know when your past will catch up to you.

Barefoot Gen 2 (1986)

Barefoot Gen 2 is a 1986 Japanese animated action drama film and the sequel to the 1983 animated war film Barefoot Gen, loosely based on the Japanese manga series by Keiji Nakazawa. Directed by Toshio Hirata, the film stars Issei Miyazaki, Masaki Kōda, Yoshie Shimamura, and Taeko Nakanishi, who reprise their roles from the first film, while Kei Nakamura and Takami Aoyama join the cast. In the film, Gen and Ryuta Nakaoka join a gang of orphan scavengers while trying to save their mother Kimie from radiation sickness.

Le Pont du Nord (1982)

Le Pont du Nord is a 1981 French film directed by Jacques Rivette. The film stars Bulle Ogier and her daughter Pascale Ogier. It was released in France on 13 January 1982. The short film Paris s'en va was made as a rehearsal in preparation for this film.

Het geheim van Mega Mindy (2009)

Miss Volta and her villainous cohorts construct a device to rob Mega Mindy of her powers.

The Heirs (2015)

Spurred by boredom and peer pressure, a group of suburban teens becomes increasingly violent and find their paths intersecting those of their parents.

Mission Star (2017)

A grocery delivery boy is selected to be on his favorite reality show.

Snuf de hond en het spookslot (2010)

Three cousins plan a one-week stay with their uncle, whose house is located near a haunted castle.

Gegenüber (2007)

Counterparts (German: Gegenüber) is a 2007 German drama film directed by Jan Bonny.

Notre histoire (1984)

Our Story (original title: Notre histoire) is a 1984 French drama film starring Alain Delon and Nathalie Baye.

Adhémar ou le jouet de la fatalité (1951)

A man is hired to make an aristocrat laugh.

Summer Night in Town (1990)

A couple struggles with their relationship after a one-night stand.

End of the World Rocks (2018)

A former defense attorney hopes for peace and quiet when he becomes the sheriff of a rural county in West Virginia. His hopes are quickly dashed when a local drug dealer is murdered.

Avant qu'il ne soit trop tard (2005)

Friends meet for a weekend in a mountain lodge, where secrets come out and relationships are tested.

Elles n'oublient jamais (1994)

A man sees his family off on vacation and at once becomes drawn into a risky relationship with a woman he sees outside a cafe near his office. He then discovers that she is to be his son's new nanny.

He Fengming (2007)

Fengming looks back at over 30 years of her life.

Moitié-moitié (1989)

A man inherits the home of his adoptive grandmother but must fight against her legitimate granddaughter to keep it.

Cours Privé (1986)

An attractive teacher in a private school is accused of having sex with her students.

Décharge (2011)

A former criminal, now living a contented life with his wife and children, is forced to confront his past when he crosses paths with a young drug addict.

L'invité (2007)

A newly hired employee panics after inviting his new boss to dinner, so he enlists his neighbor, a public relations whiz, to help plan the evening.

Il gemello (2012)

A 29-year-old man has spent the past 14 years in prison for a bank robbery, and his cellmate is the same age and serving a life sentence.

Marcel Dassault, l'homme au pardessus (2013)

From World War I to the 1970s, an examination of the life of Marcel Dassault, who was a French aeronautical genius, a press magnate, an arms dealer and a politician.

Two Ships (2012)

A broke single artist urges his best friend to throw a party, where he meets an attractive free spirit.

Bonsoir (1994)

Bonsoir is a 1994 French film directed by Jean-Pierre Mocky.

Il paese delle spose infelici (2011)

A charismatic tough guy and a gawky outsider weigh the pros and cons of playing soccer and dealing drugs.

Entre Amis (2015)

Entre amis is a 2015 French comedy film directed by Olivier Baroux. The film features an ensemble cast that includes Daniel Auteuil, Gérard Jugnot, François Berléand, Zabou Breitman, Mélanie Doutey and Isabelle Gélinas. It was released by Pathé on 22 April 2015.

De toutes mes forces (2017)

De toutes mes forces is a 2017 French drama directed by Chad Chenouga.

Dear Dakanda (2005)

A young man and woman become friends until they realize their feelings have changed.

Le Renard jaune (2013)

A detective investigates a hated author's death.

The More You Ignore Me (2018)

In the 1980s, a young mother's efforts to be a good wife are undermined by her declining mental health.

Komaneko (2009)

A talented cat decides to make its own stop-motion film starring its toys.

We Need a Vacation (2002)

Two students whose families can't afford to send them away during summer vacation find adventure after sneaking into a neighbor's trailer.

Délits flagrants (1994)

A look inside the French justice system as suspects apprehended for various crimes appear for interviews with the deputy public prosecutor ahead of their trials.

Where Is Madame Catherine? (2003)

Where Is Madame Catherine? is a 2003 Spanish-French comedy film directed by Marc Recha. It was entered into the Un Certain Regard section at the 2003 Cannes Film Festival.

Le franciscain de Bourges (1968)

During the German occupation of France in WWII, a German priest tries to ease the suffering of prisoners in a jail. Based on a true story.

The Last Billionaire (1934)

The Last Billionaire is a 1934 French comedy film directed by René Clair and starring Max Dearly, Marthe Mellot and Renée Saint-Cyr. The film is based on a fictional small European kingdom which is on the verge of going broke. Its French title is Le dernier milliardaire.

Bottom (2004)

Derrick Jones' dream is to provide financial security for his family. But unjust corporate cutbacks leave him alone, penniless, and with a new baby on the way. His dreams lost at the other end of a liquor bottle. Just when he's about to hit rock bottom, Derrick snaps and recognizes that sometimes, revenge is the ultimate guarantee for justice. In the spirit of Changing Lanes, and Falling Down, Bottom depicts the destruction of the human spirit, when it dangles at the end of the bottom line.

Black Really Suits You (2012)

Black Really Suits You (original title: Le noir (te) vous va si bien) is a 2012 French film written, directed and produced by Jacques Bral.

Chicken Feed for Little Birds (1963)

A Parisian mobster turned landlord spies on his troubled tenants.

Tout s'accélère (2016)

A teacher documents his students' reflections on the dizzying changes taking place in the world.

Sharp Edges (1986)

Filmmaker Sandra Luckow follows 15-year-old Tonya Harding to her first national figure skating competition in 1986.

Dubaï Flamingo (2012)

A man searches for his missing wife.

Kami The Movie (2008)

Kami is a 2008 Malaysian drama film directed by Effendee Mazlan and Fariza Azlina Isahak. It was first released on 1 October 2008. The story revolves around the ups and downs of the life of five teenagers and how they cope with their surroundings.

Broken Laws (1924)

Broken Laws (1924) is an American silent dramatic film directed by Roy William Neill, remarkable for the appearance of Dorothy Davenport, who is billed as "Mrs. Wallace Reid".

La vengeance d'une femme (1990)

A Woman's Revenge (French: La vengeance d'une femme) is a 1990 French drama film directed by Jacques Doillon and starring Isabelle Huppert. It was entered into the 40th Berlin International Film Festival.

Blood Cells (2014)

Blood Cells is a 2015 British drama film directed by Luke Seomore & Joseph Bull. The script was written by Luke Seomore, Joseph Bull and Ben Young. The film stars Barry Ward, Hayley Squires, Chloe Pirrie, Jimmy Akingbola and Francis McGee.

The Bells of Death (1968)

After the murder of his family, a martial artist searches for his kidnapped sister.

Johnny the Giant Killer (1950)

Johnny the Giant Killer aka Johnny vs the Giant is a 1950 French fantasy animated film directed by Jean Image. The film was made in 1½ years with a very small crew. The music was composed by René Cloërec.

Mary Magdalene (2000)

Jesus (Danny Quinn) saves Mary of Magdala (Maria Grazia Cucinotta), destitute and shunned by her husband for her infertility.

Midnight at the Wax Museum (1936)

Midnight at Madame Tussaud's is a 1936 British thriller film directed by George Pearson and starring Lucille Lisle, James Carew and Charles Oliver. The screenplay concerns an explorer who bets his friends he can spend a night in Madame Tussaud's chamber of horrors.

Dying to Be Loved (2016)

Jill's daughter takes up with a bad boy whose violent behavior lands the young couple in trouble. To avoid a stint in prison, they appear to commit a double suicide, but Jill sets out to prove they have gone on the run.

Lush Life (1993)

Buddy Chester (Forest Whitaker) and Al Gorky (Jeff Goldblum) are close friends and fellow New York City jazz musicians who scrape by playing studio sessions and night clubs. When Buddy develops a fatal brain tumor, Al decides to put together an all-star jam session as a final farewell. Buddy agrees, but with two stipulations: No one can know he's terminally ill, and Al, who has become lethargic in his personal life and career, must get his act together if he wants to participate.

Costa Dulce (2014)

David divides his time between his home and job fixing a house. When a mysterious device arrives for the homeowner, David's curiosity leads him down a path of greed, obsession and death.

Za ji wang ming dui (1979)

Four men plan an elaborate scheme to avenge their friend's murder.

12 Storeys (1997)

12 Storeys (十二樓 or Shí'èr lóu in Mandarin) is a 1997 Singaporean drama film directed by Eric Khoo. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1997 Cannes Film Festival.

The Good Lie (2014)

The Good Lie is a 2014 American-Indian drama film written by Margaret Nagle, and directed by Philippe Falardeau. Filmed in Atlanta, Georgia and South Africa, the film stars Reese Witherspoon, Arnold Oceng, Ger Duany, Emmanuel Jal, Corey Stoll, and Sarah Baker. It was screened in the Special Presentations section of the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival before being released on October 3, 2014. Another major screening was held by the Greenwich International Film Festival on October 22, 2014, for the benefit of the U.S. Fund for UNICEF.

Five Superfighters (1979)

Three kung-fu students and their instructor seek revenge against a martial-arts master.

Pachito Rex: I'm Leaving But Not for Good (2001)

Mystery surrounds the supposed death of a pop star, as his accused killer is released, and his body goes missing.

Blastfighter (1984)

Blastfighter is a 1984 Italian action film by Lamberto Bava starring Michael Sopkiw and George Eastman. Its original title in Italy was Force of Vengeance, and in France it was released as Blastfighter: The Executioner.

Terror in the Swamp (1985)

Louisiana police, locals and a game warden (Billy Holliday) hunt a rodent-man mutated from a fur-industry foul-up.

Legend of a Rabbit: The Martial of Fire (2015)

Legend of a Rabbit: The Martial of Fire is a 2015 Chinese animated action adventure film directed by Ma Yuan and Dong Dake, the sequel to Legend of a Rabbit. It was released on February 21, 2015.

Mar Rojo (2005)

A small-time criminal vanishes with 500,000 euros after his two partners are shot to death.

El día de los albañiles 2 (1985)

Chaos follows a bricklayer and food vendor as they divorce during building construction.

The Glass Man (2011)

After losing his job and stretching his credit to the limit, Martin is desperate to shield his wife from their financial woes. When a sinister debt collector offers to wipe the slate clean in exchange for a favor, Martin must make a dangerous choice.

No Exit (1995)

No Exit (also known as Fatal Combat) is a 1995 action film directed by Damian Lee and starring Jeff Wincott and Sven-Ole Thorsen as the leading hero and main villain, respectively. It is about deadly martial arts combat, and the hero is forced into fights by evil money-men.

Busted Up (1987)

A Canadian boxer (Paul Coufos) can keep his daughter, reunite with her mother (Irene Cara) and save his neighborhood with a fight.

Change of Plans (2009)

Change of Plans (French: Le code a changé) is a 2009 French film directed and written by Danièle Thompson.

The Serpent Warriors (1985)

The Serpent Warriors is a 1987 American-Hong Kong crime-horror film directed by John Howard and Niels Rasmussen starring Clint Walker, Eartha Kitt, Christopher Mitchum, Anne Lockhart, Kathleen Lu, Yuen Kao, and Anita Merritt.

The Head of Joaquin Murrieta (2016)

John Valadez says he has found the head of a legendary Mexican rebel, 162 years after it vanished.

Five Little Peppers in Trouble (1940)

Five Little Peppers in Trouble is a 1940 American black and white comedy-drama film. It was the last Five Little Peppers film.

Pie in the Sky (1935)

Two men use a garbage dump to have a play.

Smart Alec (1986)

A budding Hollywood filmmaker raises funds by trying to please a series of eccentric investors.

Red Like the Sky (2007)

Red Like the Sky (Italian: Rosso come il cielo) is a 2005 Italian coming-of-age drama film written and directed by Cristiano Bortone and starring Luca Capriotti and Paolo Sassanelli. It is based on the childhood experiences of sound editor Mirco Mencacci The film won the Audience Awards at the São Paulo International Film Festival and at the Sydney Film Festival. It also won the David di Donatello of the Youth.

The Girl on the Train (2009)

The Girl on the Train (French: La fille du RER) is a 2009 French drama film directed by André Téchiné, starring Emilie Dequenne, Catherine Deneuve and Michel Blanc. The plot centers on an aimless girl who lies about being the victim of a hate crime.

Don King: Only In America (1997)

Don King: Only in America is a 1997 television film directed by John Herzfeld and written by Kario Salem. The film stars actor Ving Rhames as Don King and tells the story of King becoming a famous fight promoter and boxing manager.

Demons (2014)

A young rock band uses a deserted house to record a new album, and things take a horrible turn when their Satan worshipping manager tries to open the gates of Hell.

The Beheaded Rooster (2007)

A coming of age story set in Romania in 1944.

Cement Suitcase (2014)

Franklin, a successful wine salesman, hates his life and knows that his girlfriend has been cheating on him. When he meets the other man -- who turns out to be a terrific person -- Franklin decides it is time to let go of baggage.

Red Lights Ahead (1936)

Red Lights Ahead is a 1936 American film directed by Roland D. Reed. It was the last film released by the Chesterfield Motion Picture Company before they became part of Republic Pictures.

Apocalypse Pompeii (2014)

Apocalypse Pompeii is an 2014 American disaster film produced by The Asylum and directed by Ben Demaree. The film stars Adrian Paul, Jhey Castles, John Rhys-Davies, Dylan Vox, Dan Cade. It was filmed in Sofia, Bulgaria, and Pompeii, Italy. The film was released direct-to-DVD on 8 February 2014. In the tradition of The Asylum's catalog, Apocalypse Pompeii is a mockbuster of the Paul W. S. Anderson film Pompeii.

The Wind In The Willows (1983)

The Wind in the Willows is a 1983 British stop motion animated film produced by Cosgrove Hall Films for Thames Television and aired on the ITV network. The film is based on Kenneth Grahame's classic story The Wind in the Willows. It won a BAFTA award and an international Emmy award. Subsequently, the studio made a 52 episode series, The Wind in the Willows based on characters from the Wind in the Willows between 1984 and 1990. Music & songs composed by Keith Hopwood, late of Herman's Hermits & Malcolm Rowe. The Stone Roses guitarist John Squire worked on this series as a set artist. Voice actors on this adaptation included David Jason, Ian Carmichael and Michael Hordern.

A Ton of Luck (2006)

Soñar no Cuesta Nada (English: Dreaming Doesn't Cost a Thing) is a 2006 Colombian black comedy film directed by Rodrigo Triana. Based on a true story, the plot follows a group of anti-guerrilla soldiers, whose lives are turned upside down after finding $45 million hidden in the jungle.

Hurry, Charlie, Hurry (1941)

Hurry, Charlie, Hurry is a 1941 American comedy film directed by Charles E. Roberts and written by Paul Gerard Smith. The film stars Leon Errol, Mildred Coles, Kenneth Howell, Cecil Cunningham and George Watts. The film was released on June 13, 1941, by RKO Pictures.

The Little Red Schoolhouse (1936)

The Little Red Schoolhouse is a 1936 American drama film directed by Charles Lamont and starring Frank Coghlan Jr., Lloyd Hughes and Dickie Moore. A boy runs away from school and head for New York City.

Best Worst Friends (2013)

When they learn their old high school friend has only a few weeks to live, two pals help him complete his insane bucket list of wishes before he dies.

Don't cry Germaine (2000)

After a daughter's apparent suicide, her family (Rosa Renom, Dirk Roofthooft, Catherine Grosjean) embarks on a disastrous road trip to Spain.

To Be Takei (2014)

To Be Takei is a 2014 American documentary film produced and directed by Jennifer M. Kroot. The film had its world premiere at 2014 Sundance Film Festival on January 18, 2014. After its premiere at Sundance Film Festival, Starz Digital Media acquired the distribution rights of the film. The film had a theatrical release in 2014.

A Genuine Forger (2016)

Artist and forger Guy Ribes shares the secrets behind the creation of his art.

(T)ERROR (2015)

(T)ERROR is an American 2015 documentary film directed by Lyric R. Cabral and David Felix Sutcliffe. The film follows undercover FBI informant Saeed "Shariff" Torres as he engages in a sting operation targeting a white Muslim man named Khalifah Ali Al-Akili. The film won the Special Jury Award for Breakout First Feature at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival, where it premiered. It is the first documentary to follow an active FBI case while in progress. This is the first film for Cabral and the second for Sutcliffe. Sutcliffe said the film's intention was to show informants and their targets, and focus on the "decisions, tactics and objectives of counterterrorism cases." The film was re-titled FBI Undercover when broadcast in the UK by the BBC as part of their Storyville TV series. The story was also retold on This American Life.