Wszyscy swieci (2002)
An 80-year-old widow visits her husband's grave with her family.
Izzat Ki Roti (1993)
Laxmi lives happily with her sons Krishna and Jeet; jealous Veerendra Pratap wants to take away Laxmi's business and create a rift between the two brothers.
Partners from an anti-crime unit clash after a colleague is slain by the Russian mob.
Her Husband's Secretary (1937)
A rich man's (Warren Hull) wife (Jean Muir) competes with her husband's secretary (Beverly Roberts) for his attention.
Alex And The Gypsy (1976)
A seedy bondsman (Jack Lemmon) bails out his Gypsy ex-girlfriend (Genevive Bujold), arrested for assaulting her current boyfriend.
Idol Is Dead (2012)
Momoko, a famous pop singer, is murdered by a Rui, a failed rival. After she is reanimated by a mad scientist as a half-robot, half-zombie and learns Rui took over her identity, Momoko retaliates against the new starlet and her fans.
Geographically Desirable (2015)
An overworked newswoman's life is derailed after she inherits a house and a dog in a small town.
A Place Called Today (1972)
A mayoral candidate (J. Herbert Kerr Jr.) sends two radicals on a bombing spree to justify his anti-crime campaign.
Yang guo yu xiao long nu (1983)
Yang Kuo falls for the Dragon Maiden while learning the art of swordplay, but they are forbidden to marry as master and pupil.
Prince of the Plains (1949)
A bold cowboy comes to the aid of a group of ranchers who are being victimized by a vicious gang of outlaws.
The Boys (1961)
Lawyers (Richard Todd, Robert Morley) debate British law itself in the murder trial of four juvenile delinquents.
The Halfway House (1944)
Sinners stop at a British inn run by ghosts of a man (Mervyn Johns) and his daughter (Glynis Johns) who died the year before.
After the Credits (2010)
The lives of two people after their happily ever after.
Mahjong Heroes (1981)
When gambling champ Yau retires, his heir is forced to enlist legendary gambler Patrick Tse to protect his inheritance.
Princes of the Yen (2014)
Richard Werner uses 20th Century Japan to tackle the mystery of central banks and the social, political and economic power they wield.
Miss Météo (2005)
A woman searches for love and the meaning of life as her 40th birthday approaches.
Half a Life (1983)
Romain Goupil was just a teenager when he joined France's radical Left in the 1960s. With equipment borrowed from his cameraman father, he shot a great deal of film documenting his fellow militants and their protests. Here Goupil combines that footage with other archival material and present-day interviews, creating a record of the events leading up to and following May 1968. He focuses particularly on his friend Michel, trying to understand why this idealistic young man committed suicide.
Death Spa (1988)
Customers at an exclusive fat farm are haunted by a force which turns exercise equipment into deadly killing machines.
The Human Condition II: Road to Eternity (1959)
After being sent to a training camp near the end of World War II, a man (Tatsuya Nakadai) struggles to remain a pacifist.
Filmmaker Emmanuel Gras chronicles the daily lives of cows.
Art Is... The Permanent Revolution (2012)
The works of Rembrandt, Goya, Picasso and others are on display, as three artists and a master printer discuss the dynamic sequences of social reality and protest.
So This Is Paris (1954)
Three U.S. sailors meet three girls on the town, and they stage a fundraiser for orphans.
Public Hero # 1 (1935)
Ambitious FBI agent Jeff Crane (Chester Morris) accepts an undercover assignment in a federal penitentiary. Instructed to gather information on kingpin and fellow inmate Sonny "Dinkie" Black (Joseph Calleia), Crane orchestrates a successful prison break and earns himself an invitation into Black's inner circle. As Crane moves up the ranks in Black's gang, his growing love for the ruthless gangster's straitlaced sister, Terry (Jean Arthur), further complicates an already dangerous job.
Beer Is Cheaper Than Therapy (2011)
Filmmaker Simone de Vries investigates the rise in suicides among young American veterans and soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan.
A 6-year-old (Johan Bergman) gets drafted for the national soccer team in Sweden.
Just Like in the Movies (1990)
A divorced private eye (Jay O. Sanders) keeps in touch with his son and spies on an actress (Katherine Borowitz) who has jilted him.
Arturo's Island (1962)
A teen (Vanni de Maigret) falls in love with the new wife of his estranged father while the last is away on a trip.
Silver Wolf (1999)
A teen (Lynda Boyd) and his uncle (Shane Meier) try to protect an injured wolf from ranchers who want to destroy it.
Daggers of Blood (1963)
A Polish colonel (Pierre Brice) falls in love with a princess (Jeanne Crain) engaged to a Cossack (John Drew Barrymore) circa 1700.
Gangsters, Guns & Zombies (2012)
Q, Tony, Danny and Steve think the police are their biggest problem after they pull off a robbery. But when the dead rise from the grave, they have to hide out with a woman and her grandmother in a fortified windmill.
The Lady Hermit (1971)
A master swordswoman recruits two students to help her defeat the evil Black Demon.
The Taste of Fish (2008)
A successful businessman finds happiness while lending a helping hand at a fish market.
Fully Loaded (2011)
An encounter with a stranger (Dweezil Zappa) changes the lives of two single moms (Paula Killen, Lisa Ann Orkin).
Monsieur N. (2003)
Fresh from seeing his army defeated at the Battle of Waterloo, Napoleon Bonaparte (Philippe Torreton) is in a jail cell on the British-controlled island of St. Helena. Sir Hudson Lowe (Richard E. Grant), the region's governor, is given the task of ensuring the French leader does not escape. However, because Napoleon still has a collection of devoted officers, and it is rumored that he's plotting his getaway, keeping him in captivity proves a complicated task for Lowe.
Siegfried & Roy: The Magic Box (1999)
"Siegfried & Roy: The Magic Box" is the compelling life story of how two boys from war-torn Germany turned their never-ending dreams into reality. This ultimate story of success is recounted within the virtual realms of the magic box, a surreal environment where past and present converge into fantastic 3D storybook reflections on their life's journey.
The Moment After (1999)
Two FBI missing persons agents (David A.R. White, Kevin Downes) investigate a mass disappearance that may hold religious significance.
Gang Girl (2009)
A girl joins a gang and commits a crime, and her punishment is to be sent to a reform program.
I Was Nineteen (1968)
A German teen moves to Russia during World War II.
During the tumultuous days of the Russian Revolution, Countess Tatiana Alexandrova (Barbara Bedford) must leave Siberia and travel to Novokursk, Russia in disguise, for fear of being attacked by Bolsheviks. She enlists the help of a peasant, Sergei (Lon Chaney), to get her there safely. They bond, and when they finally arrive at the palace, she reveals who she really is. Sergei is given work there, but he's influenced by the Bolsheviks and considers turning Tatiana over to the revolutionaries.
The Exorcist Chronicles (2007)
A psychiatrist tries to prove demonic possession.
Journey To Lasta (2004)
Musicians prepare for a competition that they hope will land them a big break.
After the death of Giorgio's beloved dog Melampo, Liza is forced to wear dog collars and leashes.
The Exchange Student (1967)
The headmaster (Louis De Funs) of a French boarding school embarks on a madcap journey to find his wayward son, who ran off with an attractive English exchange student.
The Magliari (1959)
After Mario loses his job as a miner, he becomes a cloth seller in Hamburg. In the city, Mario runs afoul of a Polish gang, and falls in love with his boss' daughter.
The Burned Barns (1973)
The discovery of a murdered woman's body near their property threatens to tear apart a farm family.
Gidget Grows Up (1969)
Gidget (Karen Valentine) goes to New York, becomes a U.N. guide and meets an older man (Edward Mulhare).
The Heart Of Texas Ryan (1917)
Eager to prove himself to his boss's daughter (Bessie Eyton), a cowboy (Tom Mix) captures a cattle rustler, only to get kidnapped by the rustler's gang.
Going Nomad (1998)
A young man (Damian Young) and his circle of friends cruise the streets of Manhattan at night in a gold car.
For 80 Days (2010)
As young people in a more-repressive era, Axun and Maite never allowed their relationship to develop, then they meet again 50 years later.
Sorority House (1939)
Alice Fisher (Anne Shirley), a working-class girl from a small town, arrives for her first year of college. There she meets her roommates, Dotty (Barbara Read), who looks down on sororities, and Merle (Adele Pearce), who is desperate to join one. When Alice begins dating football standout Bill Loomis (James Ellison), he becomes determined to make her popular, telling the sorority girls she comes from wealth. However, Alice quickly learns she can't afford her new lifestyle.
The Man in the Raincoat (1957)
A clumsy hero inadvertently finds himself involved in a murder case.
Performers compete in an annual singing contest to be crowned champion.
Experiment Alcatraz (1950)
Dr. Ross Williams (John Howard) is a solemn man of science who is on the verge of creating a cure for radiation poisoning. All he needs are some willing human subjects to test his antidote. He finds his test subjects in the cells of Alcatraz, where sentenced prisoners are offered their freedom -- if they survive. When one of his test subjects is mysteriously murdered, suspicion falls on Dr. Williams, who must find the real killer to clear his name and save his experiment.
Beck 2 (1997)
Inspector Martin Beck (Peter Haber) tries to find a killer who attacks commuters on Swedish subway platforms.
99 Pieces (2007)
A man (Anthony Falcon) must play a malevolent game to save his missing wife.
Winnie the Pooh: Seasons of Giving (1999)
Winnie the Pooh and friends tell three stories: "GroundPiglet Day," "A Winnie the Pooh Thanksgiving" and "Find Her, Keep Her."
A Girl at the Window (2001)
A woman with a heart condition (Fanny Mallette) moves to the city, meets musicians and artists and lives a carefree lifestyle in the 1920s.
Dialogue with a Woman Departed (1982)
A film concerns the director's deceased wife.
Teenage Angst (2008)
Four students form a clique at an elite boarding school, then two of them start torturing the weakest for fun, until they finally go too far.
A zoology professor (Sam Chew) and a photographer (Elisabeth Chauvet) hunt Mojave Desert snakes riled by nerve gas.
The Samba Within Me (2010)
Georgia Guerra-Peixe documents the people of Mangueira Hill in Rio de Janeiro as they prepare for carnival.
Jack The Ripper (1976)
A policeman's girlfriend (Josephine Chaplin) baits a doctor (Klaus Kinski) who mutilates prostitutes in Victorian London.
Tokyo After Dark (1959)
A military policeman flees Japan after he accidentally kills a teenager.
Act of Vengeance (1986)
Joseph "Jock" Yablonski (Charles Bronson) opposes United Mine Workers president Tony Boyle (Wilford Brimley) and winds up dead in 1969.
'Til Death Do Us Part (1972)
Newlyweds in a haunted mansion discover that their strange visitor is a 200-year-old reincarnated killer.
Know Thy Enemy (2009)
A young rap artist (Sheaun McKinney) learns that success comes at a price.
The Big Timers (1945)
A singer pretends to be wealthy to impress her fiance's family.
Vital Signs (2010)
A young woman (Marie-Hlne Bellavance) volunteers at a center for the terminally ill.
Les amants de Vérone (1949)
The lives of two teenage actors (Serge Reggiani, Anouk Aime) begin to mirror their Shakespearean characters, as they film a new version of "Romeo and Juliet."
The Human Condition III: A Soldier's Prayer (1961)
Illness and fatigue force a World War II Japanese soldier (Tatsuya Nakadai) to surrender to the Russians.
Filmmaker Jamie Meltzer delves into the life of Brandon Darby, a radical activist turned FBI informant.
Question of Love (1978)
Police suspect a woman and her lover when an architect is killed in front of his house.
Angélique and the King (1966)
King Louis XIV sends Anglique (Michle Mercier) on a mission involving the Persian ambassador.
A ship's captain gets caught up in a German spy ring when he follows two people who stole his shore passes.
A woman (Michle Mercier) is forced to abandon her lover and marry a French nobleman.
Hidalgo: La historia jamás contada (2010)
From his prison, Miguel Hidalgo recalls moments from his life, in particular his time as a priest in the small town of San Felipe Torres Mochas.
The 70 Percent Club (2010)
A group of friends prepares for a friend's wedding and struggles with being single.
Cameraman Ganga Tho Rambabu (2012)
Ganga, a camerawoman, helps Rambabu, a fiery mechanic, become a journalist. When Rana, an evil politician, kills a journalist, Rambabu decides to destroy his political career.
The Dictator's Guns (1965)
A freelance skipper (Lino Ventura) becomes embroiled in a murder investigation after being hired by a man (Alberto de Mendoza) who subsequently disappears.
Ms. Don Juan (1973)
A French heiress (Brigitte Bardot) confesses to murder and a shameless history of adultery and revenge.
After Innocence (2005)
Following the stories of seven exonerated prisoners, "After Innocence" documents how DNA evidence led to the release of these wrongfully imprisoned, innocent men. Free after years -- and in some cases decades -- behind bars and on death row, these men struggle to transition back into society with inadequate support from the judicial system that wronged them. "After Innocence" brings to light flaws in the criminal justice system and the need for reform.
The Doctor's Dilemma (1959)
In this film adaption of George Bernard Shaw's play, Mrs. Dubedat (Leslie Caron), a devoted wife of a skilled painter (Dirk Bogarde), dedicates herself to saving him from the tuberculosis he has contracted. She tracks down renowned society doctor Sir Colenso Ridgeon (John Robinson) and pleads with him to fit her husband into his schedule. Ridgeon wants to be sure that the man is worth the effort, but he finds himself in a moral quandary when he discovers Mr. Dubedat has more than one wife.
Road To Victory (2007)
A young football player (Mike Reilly) faces mounting pressure.
Because They're Young (1960)
Neil Hendry (Dick Clark) is an engaging new teacher at a small high school. With a traumatic past that motivates him, Hendry believes in taking a laid-back, down-to-earth approach to reach the students on their level. He feels that being involved in students' lives and helping them with their problems is necessary to making a difference. However, the school's stodgy principal (Wendell Holmes) thinks otherwise. Meanwhile, Hendry captures the heart of the principal's secretary (Victoria Shaw).
A savage and enraged orphan fends for himself in a barren wasteland. When he crosses paths with civilization he has to learn to tame his inner beast.
Born to Sing (1942)
Three youngsters and the daughter (Virginia Weidler) of a suicidal composer stage his latest musical after a rival steals the score.
A Quiet Day (2000)
Adversaries challenge a mysterious assassin after he completes a mission.
Hell Harbor (1930)
After her abusive father decides to marry her to an unattractive local merchant, a woman (Lupe Velez) does everything she can to escape from her island home.
The Storytelling Show (2010)
A father tells stories so well that his children sign him up for a television competition.
This documentary reconstructs the epic World War I battle between the Turks and the combined forces of Britain, Australia and New Zealand. Using actual diaries and other historical material that survived, the story is told from both sides' points of view through interviews with experts, narrated firsthand accounts, reconstructions and 3-D computer simulations. The filmmakers also make use of location shooting and underwater photography to enhance the experience.
Smokin' Stogies (2001)
A New York mob boss (Tony Sirico) sends his trusted henchman (Joe Marino) to Miami in order to find missing Cuban cigars.
This documentary by famed French director Louis Malle explores the extremity and vibrancy of Calcutta through video clips of its people, art and ceremonies, with limited narration. From the wealthy to the poverty-stricken, from the healthy to the lepers, from slums to palaces and everything in between, no corner of the city is left unexplored. This film provides a canvas on which the brilliant diversity of this city of eight million is expressed in rich color and depth.
Four stories show indigenous culture: "Las vacas," "Nuestra seora," "El tuerto" and "La potranca."
Midnite Plowboy (1971)
A country boy (John Tull) in Hollywood earns his keep by transporting hookers in a van that doubles as a brothel on wheels.
Insane in the Brain (2007)
Two police officers battle an army of zombies.
After a mysterious artifact is unearthed, a string of homicides spreads across a Florida city.
The Old Crowd (1979)
George and Betty throw a party in their new home despite not having furniture or working bathrooms.
Alias the Deacon (1940)
A clever card player is mistaken for a town's new deacon and becomes involved in a high-stakes game.
The Best Things In Life Are Free (1956)
Dramatizes the lives of 1920s Tin Pan Alley songwriters B.G. De Sylva (Gordon MacRae), Ray Henderson (Dan Dailey) and Lew Brown (Ernest Borgnine).
Voices in the Clouds (2010)
A man journeys back to his homeland of Taiwan and has his life changed by the people he encounters.