The Man Who Broke 1,000 Chains (1987)
Jobless and desperate, World War I veteran Robert Eliot Burns (Val Kilmer) is arrested for theft and sentenced to work on a prison chain gang. Eager to get away from brutal Warden Hardy (Charles Durning), Burns busts out of jail. Suddenly free, he woos foxy stranger Emily Del Pino Pacheco (Sonia Braga). Soon, though, the romance sours, and, without cover from Emily, Burns is left with nowhere to hide. To his dismay, he might just find himself making a return journey to Hardy's chain gang.
The Ghost Walks (1935)
A Broadway playwright (John Miljan) gives a producer (Richard Carle) a too-real taste of his latest whodunit.
Goodbye Love (1934)
Butler Oswald Groggs (Charlie Ruggles) and his boss, Chester Hamilton (Sidney Blackmer), both land in jail for non-payment of alimony to their ex-wives. Chester advances Oswald the money to pay the alimony, but Oswald spends it on a trip to Atlantic City, N.J., where he falls in with gold digger Phyllis (Verree Teasdale) -- who spends all the cash. When the freed Chester becomes Phyllis' next target, Oswald and secretary Dorothy (Phyllis Barry) come to the rescue with a series of fantastic lies.
Parisian Romance (1932)
Glamour and gallantry along the Champs-Elysees.
The Phantom Creeps (1939)
Mad Dr. Zorka uses his arsenal of bizarre inventions to conquer the world in this feature-length version of the serial.
Eleanor and Franklin: The White House Years (1977)
The conclusion of a two-part biopic, Eleanor Roosevelt (Jane Alexander) continues to recall the life of her husband, President Franklin D. Roosevelt (Edward Herrmann), starting from his election to the White House all the way through the end of his life. Roosevelt faces many challenges during his time in the Oval Office including the Great Depression, World War II, and an illness that leaves him paralyzed from the waist down. Based on the book "Eleanor and Franklin" by Joseph Lash.
Young Bill Hickok (1940)
The frontier hero (Roy Rogers) sings and saves Civil War gold with his sidekick (George "Gabby" Hayes).
Two unemployed youths kidnap their wealthy neighbor and later learn that her husband wants her dead for the property; they end up helping her out of the situation.
Born to Speed (1947)
The son (Johnny Sands) of a famed midget-car racer competes against his rival (Don Castle) for a mechanic's niece (Terry Austin).
Jealousy Tango (1981)
A princess (Monica Vitti) whose husband (Philippe Leroy) ignores her convinces a bodyguard (Diego Abatantuono) to pose as her lover.
Carnival Lady (1933)
A society lad who lost his fortune in the stock-market crash finds romance and danger in a traveling carnival.
A Public Affair (1962)
The public good takes on special interests when Sen. Fred Baines (Edward Binns), a virtuous California politician moved by tales of a man beaten up by bill collectors, aspires to crack down on collection agencies' abusive practices. As a result of his stand, Baines finds himself publicly attacked. Lobbyist Hal Green and collection agency fat cat Malcolm Hardy are behind the smearing, which they follow up on by sponsoring an amendment that would weaken Baines' new anti-collection-agency law.
The Hideous Sun Demon (1958)
Sunlight transforms a contaminated scientist into a man-eating lizard in this campy sci-fi classic from the '50s.
Lt. Lance Caldwell (Rock Hudson) is sent to Fort King in Florida to serve under Maj. Harlan Degan (Richard Carlson), who wants to rid the area of the Native American Seminole tribe. This plan sits poorly with Caldwell, whose childhood friend -- and rival in his pursuit of the lovely Revere Muldoon (Barbara Hale) -- is the tribe's chief, Osceola (Anthony Quinn). Tension between the Seminole and the army rises, and, when a guard is killed at the fort, the lieutenant is blamed for the murder.
An FBI agent (Billy Dee Williams) involves a convict in a scheme to nab a con-artist couple (Patrick Bergin, Ashley Laurence).
Agent for H.A.R.M. (1966)
The head (Wendell Corey) of the Human Aetiological Relations Machine pits an agent (Mark Richman) against a flesh-to-fungus spore gun.
A Foreign Affair (2003)
Needing help with domestic duties, two American brothers (Tim Blake Nelson, David Arquette) travel to Russia to interview prospective brides.
Justice Is Mind (2013)
A man (Vernon Aldershoff) is put on trial after a futuristic medical machine uncovers a memory of him shooting two men.
Pete Winning and the Pirates: The Motion Picture (2015)
A pirate crew armed with laser guns and wit navigate the flooded Earth in the future.
Free the Fish! (1999)
Chaos reigns as an auto dealer's daughter prepares to marry the son of a notorious mobster (Michele Placido).
The Burmese Harp (1956)
When a Japanese platoon surrenders to British forces in Burma in 1943, the platoon's harp player, Mizushima (Shôji Yasui), is selected from the prisoners of war to deliver a request for surrender to a Japanese regiment holed up on a mountain. Mizushima fails to convince the soldiers to accept defeat, and a last stand commences. Traumatized by the bloodshed of his fellow countrymen, Mizushima disguises himself as a Buddhist monk and begins a journey toward peace of mind amid the chaos.
A doctor (Nagarjuna Akkineni) is accused of murdering his pregnant wife and seeks the help of a former flame (Ramya Krishna) to clear his name.
The Kids From the Port (2013)
Miguel takes the journey his grandfather cannot to leave an army jacket on an old comrade's grave.
Kabhi na kabhi (1997)
Kachra Seth runs an empire of collecting garbage, which is merely a front for his other business -- drug trafficking.
Carry on England (1976)
Mixed members of an anti-aircraft battery cavort under the captain's (Kenneth Connor) nose at the start of World War II.
After a man dies under mysterious circumstances, his girlfriend and his gay lover deal with his death in different ways.
A jury foreman (O.P. Heggie) sends a woman to the electric chair; then his own daughter (Sidney Fox) faces the same fate.
...And Then She Was Gone (1991)
A businessman (Robert Urich) helps a waitress (Megan Gallagher) search for her missing child (Erica Dill) whom he has spotted on a subway train.
The Challenge (2005)
A martial-arts student (Mathis Landwehr) goes after his master's killer.
Third Degree Burn (1989)
Scott Weston (Treat Williams) makes a living investigating other people's private lives. One day, successful businessman Clay Reynolds (Richard Masur) hires him to follow his wife, Anne (Virginia Madsen), because Clay isn't entirely convinced that she's faithful to him. Scott's surveillance eventually turns into attraction, and he and Anne begin a steamy love affair behind unsuspecting Clay's back. When Clay mysteriously winds up dead, all clues point to Scott as the murderer.
The Devil to Pay (1930)
A naughty but likable gentleman (Ronald Colman) returns to London, buys a dog and charms a socialite (Loretta Young).
Red Light / Green Light (2013)
Filmmakers Jared and Michelle Brock travel to 10 countries to explore the issue of sex-trafficking.
A group of armed robbers fleeing the police head for the New Jersey Tunnel and run right into trucks transporting toxic waste. The spectacular explosion that follows results in both ends of the tunnel collapsing and the handful of people who survived the explosion are now in peril. Kit Latura is the only man with the skill and knowledge to lead the band of survivors out of the tunnel before the structure collapses.
The Cisco Kid and the Lady (1940)
Cisco (Cesar Romero) and his portly sidekick (Chris-Pin Martin) charm a schoolmarm (Marjorie Weaver) and thwart a killer claim-jumper.
One Woman or Two (1985)
A U.S. adwoman (Sigourney Weaver) exploits a French archaeologist's (Grard Depardieu) discovery of the first Frenchwoman.
Here We Go Again (1942)
Fibber McGee and Molly (Harold Peary) cavort with Charlie McCarthy's master (Edgar Bergen) and the Great Gildersleeve (Jim Jordan).
The Angelic Conversation (1985)
Filmmaker Derek Jarman's script and film centers on two gay lovers. Judi Dench narrates.
Good Luck (1996)
A road trip to participate in an Oregon raft race tests a paraplegic optimist (Gregory Hines) and a blind pessimist (Vincent D'Onofrio).
Junior works in a warehouse at night and plays soccer with his talented friend during the day. When his friend gets signed to a team, Junior struggles with crippling jealousy.
In the Line of Duty: Blaze of Glory (1997)
An FBI agent (Brad Whitford) hopes catching a married couple (Bruce Campbell, Lori Loughlin) in a string of bank robberies will advance his career.
Arson, Inc. (1949)
A big-city firefighter (Robert Lowery) goes undercover for the arson squad.
Hugo the Movie Star (1993)
A pink pig (Bronson Pinchot) lets stardom go to his head after Hollywood executives force him to perform in a movie.
Prisoners of the Sun (1991)
An Australian captain (Bryan Brown) tries to prosecute a Japanese baron (George Takei) for POW-camp crimes, despite a postwar U.S. major (Terry O'Quinn).
U.S. Seals (1999)
A former Navy SEAL (Jim Fitzpatrick) seeks retaliation against a renegade American hijacker (J. Kenneth Campbell) who killed his wife.
New parents try to figure out how to raise their children.
United We Fall (2010)
Filmmaker Bryan Law investigates the union being developed between Canada, Mexico and the United States.
Kusum is obsessed with Bollywood movies and is unable to distinguish between the real world and the movie world, to the extent that she refuses to marry anyone besides her idol, Dharmendra.
An undercover Army captain (James Millican) links missing gold and murder to a gambler's (Reed Hadley) ghost.
A Stranger at the Door (2004)
A couple's (Linda Purl, Perry King) adopted son returns home with evil intentions after many years away.
The Baby Carriage (1963)
Finding herself pregnant, a promiscuous woman (Inger Taube) decides not to stay with the father but to start an affair with another.
The Teckman Mystery (1954)
A biographer (John Justin) falls for the sister (Margaret Leighton) of a supposedly dead test pilot whose case alarms Scotland Yard.
We Gotta Get Out of This Place (2013)
Three teens from Texas move out of their small town and get sucked into organized crime when one of them steals from the wrong man.
Finders Keepers (1966)
A British singer (Cliff Richard) and his band (Robert Morley) join spies looking for a bomb lost by a U.S. plane over Spain.
Woman in a Dressing Gown (1957)
Jim Preston (Anthony Quayle) has been married to Amy (Yvonne Mitchell) for 20 years. They have a teenage son named Brian (Andrew Ray), a house in London and a dog. They seem perfectly happy -- except Jim is secretly having an affair with co-worker Georgie (Sylvia Syms). Desirous of something more than stolen evenings, Georgie threatens to reveal the affair unless Jim divorces Amy and marries her instead. Jim is forced to choose between his family and his fantasy.
And Now My Love (1974)
This expansive drama follows three different generations of the same family. The daughter of a man who survived the Holocaust, Sarah (Marthe Keller), a troubled young woman, falls for Simon (Andr Dussolier), a ne'er-do-well who's struggling to overcome his status as an ex-convict in order to become a prominent film director. While much of the movie follows Sarah and Simon's relationship, other story lines involve Sarah's father (Charles Denner) and grandmother (also Keller).
Life's Essentials With Ruby Dee (2014)
Filmmaker Muta'Ali Muhammad chronicles the lives of his grandparents, actors Ruby Dee and Ossie Davis.
A relaxing trip to the woods turns deadly when a vicious killer declares open season on the members of a hunting party.
The Jailbreakers (1960)
Escaped convicts hold a couple hostage (Robert Hutton, Mary Castle) while looking for loot in a ghost town.
Bye Bye, Love (1995)
With varying degrees of success, recently divorced friends Dave (Matthew Modine), Vic (Randy Quaid) and Donny (Paul Reiser) are trying to move on with their lives. Vic feels villified by his ex-wife's parents, while Donny has a shaky bond with his teen daughter, Emma (Eliza Dushku). Dave, meanwhile, has an enviable problem -- he has more dates than he can handle. As they confront their post-marital challenges, the men take solace in one another's plights.
Say I Do (2004)
Complications arise when two winners (Paz Vega, Santi Milln) of a reality TV show hatch a scheme to take the prize money.
No Smoking (1993)
A mild-mannered man (Pierre Arditi) and a wild-eyed woman (Sabine Azma) find their marriage on the brink of collapse.
A businessman (Enrique San Francisco) persuades a rock band to reunite and perform on the road.
Led by Stephen F. Austin (Patrick Duffy) and Sam Houston (Stacy Keach), settlers take their fight for independence to the Alamo.
The Knockout (1925)
An injured boxer (Milton Sills) goes to Canada to manage a lumber camp, but later finds himself back in the ring.
Huggets Abroad (1949)
The Huggetts (Jack Warner, Kathleen Harrison) and their brood decide to drive overland from England to South Africa.
If It's Not Now, Then When? (2012)
Mee has been living with her mother since her father's death; his passing has left a strange aura on the family, which has drifted apart emotionally.
A Pair of Briefs (1962)
Two young British lawyers (Michael Craig, Mary Peach) find romance as adversaries in a battle of the sexes.
Batman: The Dark Knight Returns (2013)
Batman comes out of retirement and gets help from a teenage sidekick. He faces off against the Joker and Two-Face before a battle to the death begins against Superman.
Nightmare City 2035 (2007)
In the future, a corrupt regime creates the illusion of a beautiful city through implanted chips in everyone's brain. As more people realize the truth, they seek allies to foment a revolution to reveal the reality.
Post Impact (2003)
In 2012, a meteorite collides with Earth, unleashing an ecological catastrophe that destroys civilization and tosses the planet into a bleak ice age. There are pockets of survivors, however, spread across the snowy planet. Among them is Capt. Tom Parker (Dean Cain), former head of security at the U.S. Embassy in Berlin, and his second-in-command, Sarah Henley (Joanna Taylor), who lead a team of scientists on an expedition into Europe to find whatever survivors there may be.
Clan of Amazons (1978)
A detective hunts a bandit who steals from the wealthy, then blinds them with embroidery needles.
Murder at the Vanities (1934)
A slow detective (Victor McLaglen) puzzles over backstage murders in between numbers at a New York theater.
A reporter (Katrina Halili) discovers that village tales about a ghost are all too real, and must figure out a way to put the vengeful spirit to rest.
After many years of a stormy relationship, a man decides to leave his lover, but she threatens to commit suicide.
Doctor X (1932)
New York City reporter Lee Taylor (Lee Tracy) is doing a piece on a series of grisly, cannibalistic murders that have all been committed under a full moon. Police soon begin to suspect that the murderer works at the lab of Dr. Jerry Xavier (Lionel Atwill), a mysterious Long Island researcher who is doing an investigation of his own. Antsy for an inside story, Taylor breaks into the lab, where he meets and falls in love with Dr. Xavier's daughter Joan (Fay Wray).
Michel Mortez (Jean Rochefort) doesn't know that the radio game show he's hosted for 25 years has just been canceled, because his best friend, assistant and confidante, Rivetot (Gérard Jugnot), doesn't want to tell him. Rivetot thinks he's protecting Michel, who has a sentimental side -- unlike his on-air Don Juan persona. As Rivetot struggles to hide the truth, the two travel around the country, continuing to produce the show while the awkward situation snowballs.
Finnish Blood Swedish Heart (2013)
A father and son go on an emotional journey as they explore the history of Finnish immigration.
Sherlock Undercover Dog (1994)
A boy (Benjamin Eroen) and a girl (Brynne Cameron) help a talking canine track the smugglers who kidnapped his policeman master.
So Evil, So Young (1961)
A young woman framed for robbery is sent to a reformatory where she endures the punishment of a sadistic female warden.
Rattle of a Simple Man (1964)
Percy Winthram (Harry H. Corbett), a shy, repressed 39-year-old, is in London with some buddies to see the football championship. While on the town, his pals bet that he can't talk a beautiful blonde (Diane Cilento) into a tryst. Unknown to them, the lady in question is a prostitute. But after overhearing the wager -- in which Percy's motorbike would be forfeit if he loses -- she kindly takes him back to her apartment, regaling him with lies about her luxurious past life along the way.
Escape Room (2019)
A bride (Veronica Hurst) and her aunt (Katherine Emery) chase the bridegroom (Richard Carlson) to his Scottish castle, home of a man-frog.
Owner of the Story (2004)
A woman (Marieta Severo) stuck in a midlife crisis imagines how her life could have been different.
Hindle Wakes (1927)
A millworker (Estelle Brody) creates a scandal by refusing to marry the playboy (John Stuart) with whom she went away on holiday.
Terror of the Mad Doctor (1960)
Criminal mastermind and madman Dr. Mabuse (Wolfgang Preiss) has finally been locked away in an asylum for the criminally insane, yet the expertly planned heists that are his specialty continue to occur. Inspector Lohmann (Gert Frobe) believes Mabuse is somehow still in command of his vast crime empire, yet when he visits the institution, he finds Mabuse engrossed in pages of seemingly nonsensical notes and charts. Mabuse's psychiatrist insists the man is harmless, but Lohmann isn't so sure.
The Life of Riley (1949)
Life suddenly improves for an overworked and underpaid aircraft riveter (William Bendix) ; then he finds out why.
Tweek City (2005)
Bill wanders through life empty when his only ground in life, Jerm, is suddenly gone, leaving him to wander around without sleep for days.
From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler (1995)
A brother (Jesse Lee) and sister (Jean Marie Barnwell) run away from home, take up residence in a museum and try to solve the mystery of an angel statue.
Doc Holliday's Revenge (2014)
In 1882, Joseph and Elizabeth protect a wounded Indian in a logging camp from Doc Holliday.
When a broken man travels to the town where his daughter died in a car crash, he discovers something unexpected.
Marilyn and Me (1991)
Aspiring writer Robert Slatzer (Jesse Dabson) befriends Norma Jean Baker (Susan Griffiths) in 1946, the year she becomes Marilyn Monroe.
Slow West (2015)
A bounty hunter (Michael Fassbender) keeps his true motive a secret from the naive Scottish teenager (Kodi Smit-McPhee) he's offered to serve as bodyguard and guide while the youth searches for his beloved in 1800s Colorado.
Caught in the Game (2008)
A love triangle forms when a money-laundering woman meets another man.
The Night the World Exploded (1957)
Earthquake experts (Kathryn Grant, William Leslie, Tristram Coffin) find trouble at the core, something shaky called E-112.
Caught in the Act (2004)
A housewife (Lauren Holly) becomes a private investigator, probing her husband's suspected infidelity and the death of her friend.
Easy Virtue (1927)
An alcoholic's (Franklin Dyall) ex-wife (Isabel Jeans) falls in love with a younger man (Robin Irvine).
In a Shallow Grave (1988)
A disfigured World War II veteran (Michael Biehn) returns to Virginia and courts his sweetheart (Maureen Mueller) through a hired hand (Patrick Dempsey).
Two estranged sisters (James Katharine Flynn, Lily Wheelwright) discuss their dark past when they reunite at an isolated farmhouse.
Norwegian millionaire Hjalmar Ostgaard (S.Z. Sakall) and his daughter, Nora (Sonja Henie), an amateur skating champion, arrive in Canada to wait for their emigration status to America to clear. The co-owner of the faltering Chateau Promenade, Skip Hutton (Jack Oakie), hopes to fool the pair into investing in the hotel, but his honest partner, Freddy Austin (Cornel Wilde), insists on telling the truth. Attracted to Freddy's candor, Nora joins in his and Skip's scheme to ensnare her father.
That's the Way of the World (1975)
Record-industry mobsters make an executive (Harvey Keitel) push a boring family trio instead of Earth, Wind & Fire.
Thank You and Good Night (1991)
Written and directed by Jan Oxenberg, this documentary explores the subject of death in a very personal manner. The film focuses on Mae Joffe, Oxenberg's grandmother, who struggles with terminal cancer, but approaches her situation with disarming humor. In addition to extensive interviews with Joffe, the production features playful skits that bring to life Oxenberg's own memories of her grandmother and make use of cardboard cutouts crafted from old photographs.