Columbus Day (2008)

After completing his final heist, a thief (Val Kilmer) must race against time to unload the merchandise.

The Light of Western Stars (1940)

Majesty Hammond (Jo Ann Sayers) has just met rancher Gene Stewart (Victor Jory), but they're already headed to the altar. Though preoccupied by her own relationship, Majesty also wants to break up a romance between her brother, Al (Russell Hayden), and reputed floozy Flo (Ruth Rogers). As things get increasingly complicated at home, Gene goes to Mexico to fight in the revolution. But, when love summons him back home, he and Majesty will be involved in a battle against local corruption.

The Place Without Limits (1978)

A transvestite wants to sell his Mexican brothel over his daughter's objections.

The Worst Woman in Paris (1933)

An American art student (Benita Hume) comes home from Paris, scandalized as a millionaire's (Adolphe Menjou) mistress.

Remember Me? (1997)

A wealthy, married Briton (Robert Lindsay) and his girlfriend pay an unexpected visit to his former girlfriend (Imelda Staunton) and her suburban family.

The Grand Role (2004)

To make his dying wife (Brnice Bejo) happy, a struggling actor (Stphane Freiss) and his friends pretend he has won the lead in a new movie.

The Yellow Ticket (1931)

A young Russian Jew, Marya Kalish (Elissa Landi), attempts to travel to St. Petersburg to visit her dying father. But she is unable to travel without a yellow ticket, something a single woman needs to travel alone -- but something that also suggests a woman may be a prostitute. Once Marya is in the city, a British reporter (Laurence Olivier) is outraged by her plight and writes about it. The head of the secret police (Lionel Barrymore) aims to imprison the reporter and take Marya for himself.

The Lady Objects (1938)

Ann (Gloria Stuart) and William's (Lanny Ross) marriage falls apart when her career outshines his, and after William leaves to become a nightclub singer, they reunite when he is charged with murder.

The Invincible Gladiator (1963)

A gladiator hero (Richard Harrison) makes a spectacle of himself in ancient Rome.

Cafe Hostess (1939)

A sailor (Preston Foster) and his buddies punch a way out for a girl (Ann Dvorak) trapped working in a seedy nightclub.

2 temps, 3 mouvements (2014)

Victor moves to Quebec City from Paris after his father dies, and he meets another student -- on a ledge -- at the school.

Cadet Girl (1941)

A West Point cadet (George Montgomery) and his bandleader brother (John Shepperd) fall for a singer (Carole Landis) in the band.

Scar (2005)

A young man (Randy Wayne) and woman (Ashley Nelson) find terror when they investigate the murder of a friend.

Johnny Handsome (1989)

A crook, given a new identity by reconstructive surgery, plots revenge against the gangsters who double-crossed him.

The Naked Heart (1950)

After spending five years in a boarding school in the early 20th century, a young woman returns to her family farm where she must choose between three suitors.

Le mystère MacPherson (2014)

Filmmaker Serge Giguère charts the friendship of Felix Leclerc and Frank Randolph MacPherson.

The Boarder (2012)

A couple (Leslie Stevens, Carlton Wilborn) adopt a homeless, 11-year-old boy (Andy Scott Harris) who has a knack for causing trouble.

Zapata, el sueño del héroe (2004)

The life of the Mexican revolutionary Emiliano Zapata, who embodies the freedom of his homeland.

Sharknado: The 4th Awakens (2016)

Fin (Ian Ziering), his family and the cosmos have been blissfully sharknado-free in the five years since the most recent attack, but now sharks and tornados are being whipped up in unexpected ways and places.

Supervan (1975)

A young man (Mark Schneider) with a custom van leaves home, saves a young man (Katie Saylor) from a gang and enters a rally.

Larceny in Her Heart (1946)

Private eye Michael Shayne (Hugh Beaumont) finds a corpse on his porch and investigates.

The Philadelphia Experiment II (1993)

A government scientist's quest to build the ultimate fighter plane leads to a time-tripping nightmare in Nazi Germany.

That Wasn't Me (2012)

A Spanish aid worker in Africa has an encounter with a child soldier.

Blood Salvage (1990)

A self-taught doctor (Danny Nelson) of autos and anatomy runs a spare-parts clinic in the country with his sons.

When Death Strikes (2009)

In 1944, a once mild-mannered family man is compelled to become a deadly assassin, painting the streets of Germany red with the blood of Nazi collaborators.

Mystery Museum (1999)

Two children travel back to the 18th century and use magic jewelry to battle an evil king.

Yankee Fakir (1947)

Yankee Davis (Douglas Fowley) and his partner, professor Newton (Ransom Sherman), are a pair of traveling hucksters on their way to a town in Arizona. Soon after they arrive, Yankee falls for a local girl, Mary Mason (Joan Woodbury). Mary's lawman father turns up dead, and Yankee is sure the man was murdered, but the death is ruled an accident. Believing something's off, Yankee has an elderly associate, Shaggy (Clem Bevans), pose as a rich man and offer a reward for clues about the killing.

The Troops in New York (1965)

A French police officer encounters culture shock as he scours New York for his stowaway daughter.

No Man's Woman (1955)

The police have five suspects after a rich man's (John Archer) scheming wife (Marie Windsor) is found slain in her art studio.

Strange Awakening (1959)

A man (Lex Barker) loses his memory in France, and a woman (Nora Swinburne) uses him in her inheritance scheme.

In the Year 2889 (1966)

Nuclear war devastates much of the world, but old man John Ramsey (Neil Fletcher) manages to survive, and he holes up on his rural property with his daughter, Joanna (Charla Doherty). Because John always believed in the inevitability of nuclear apocalypse, he'd prepared the house with plenty of provisions. Other survivors of the disaster start to show up at the house demanding refuge. John reluctantly lets them in, but there is much tension. Then the mutants appear.

Headin' Home (1920)

Country boy Babe (Babe Ruth) dreams of playing baseball in the major leagues. The young man has home-run talent, but owner John Tobin (Ralph Harolds) refuses to give him a spot on the local team due to his feud with pitcher Harry Knight (William Sheer). Undeterred, Babe joins up with their long-standing rivals. When his batting skills help defeat Tobin's team, Babe earns the enmity of everyone in town and flees to New York City to find his destiny on the diamond.

Under the Sun (2015)

An ordinary family in Pyongyang is followed for a year.

Lay That Rifle Down (1955)

A hotel employee becomes an unwitting foil in a plot to swindle her aunt and a local banker out of their fortunes.

Eight on the Lam (1967)

A widower with seven children, Henry Dimsdale (Bob Hope) is employed as a bank teller. After finding $10,000 on the street, Henry takes the money home, but quickly finds out that the cash came from his workplace. Soon Henry is on the run with his kids, while their baby sitter, Golda (Phyllis Diller), tries to throw her none-too-bright police officer boyfriend, Jasper Lynch (Jonathan Winters), off their trail. Amid the antics, Henry falls for pretty schoolteacher Ellie Barton (Shirley Eaton).

Heroes and Sinners (1955)

A load of stolen diamonds are at the heart of the conflict between two ex-pilots.

Max and Jeremy (1992)

Jeremy is a bomber who blows up people and places for mobsters in Paris. He may not look it, but he is a sensitive fellow and he feels his lowly status keenly. If only he could graduate to the ranks of hit men, who are honored in his world, perhaps then he would feel more like somebody. He finally gets his chance when he receives instructions to kill the eminent hit man Max, who knows too much to be left alive.

Hitchhikers (1972)

A wayward runaway (Misty Rowe) joins the ranch of a hippie (Norman Klar) and his highwaywomen who prey on motorists.

The New Gladiators (1983)

Gladiators (Jared Martin, Fred Williamson) of the future try to cancel their new TV show, "Battle of the Condemned."

Branded to Kill (1967)

After botching his latest assignment, a third-ranked Japanese hit man becomes the target of another assassin.

Fighting Elegy (1966)

Kiroku boards with a Roman Catholic family and falls for the daughter Michiko. He ignores his feelings, joins a gang, gets in fights and, eventually, becomes involved with the radical Kita Ikki group.

Hercules Against Rome (1964)

The muscular hero (Alan Steel) rescues an emperor's daughter in distress.

Prince in Hell (1993)

A young gay man tries to save his lover from drug addiction.

Quatre Garcons Pleins d'Avenir (1997)

Four male law students go out on the town to celebrate the end of school exams.

A Lousy 10 Grand (2004)

A family man secretly marries a foreign woman for cash, but she turns into a free-spending princess.

Night Life (1989)

A teen (Scott Grimes) and his tomboy friend (Cheryl Pollak) flee from four cadavers zapped by lightning at his uncle's (John Astin) mortuary.

Story of a Prostitute (1965)

A woman becomes a prostitute for the army and serves the commander but she falls for a junior officer.

Eddie: The Sleepwalking Cannibal (2012)

A struggling, uninspired artist (Thure Lindhardt) finds a new muse in the form of a brawny mute (Dylan Smith) who devours human flesh while sleepwalking.

The Rainbow Man/John 3:16 (1997)

Filmmaker Sam Green focuses on Rollen Stewart, the Rainbow Man, and his plan to spread God's word through televised sporting events.

Scorn (2011)

Several young people deal with the trials and tribulations of love, friendship and pain over the course of a year.

Code Name Vengeance (1989)

The government sends an ex-CIA man (Robert Ginty) to rescue a Mideast magnate's kidnapped wife and son.

Two-Gun Troubadour (1939)

Shortly after arriving to claim his inheritance, a young man dons a mask and tries to nab the his father's murderers.

Rawhide Romance (1934)

A cowboy captures the heart of a young woman while hunting down outlaws.

Blazing Sixes (1937)

A government agent (Dick Foran) poses as an outlaw to find out who's robbing gold shipments.

Robo Warriors (1996)

A boy (James Lew) recruits a high-tech war machine (James Remar) to battle reptilian beings who have conquered Earth in 2036.

Dream Street (1921)

Two brothers fall in love with the same woman.

The Great Train Robbery (1941)

A railroad detective (Bob Steele) guards a shipment of gold his brother (Milburn Stone) plans to rob.

The Hound of the Baskervilles (1931)

Sherlock Holmes (Robert Rendel) and Dr. Watson (Frederick Lloyd) protect Sir Henry (John Stuart), cursed by a glowing killer dog.

Vanished Without a Trace (1999)

A determined woman (Shelley Long) continues to search for her missing daughter after the police have given up.

Nanban (2012)

Three friends achieve great success in the afterlife.

Scarlet Angel (1952)

A robbed sea captain (Rock Hudson) catches up to a New Orleans saloon hostess (Yvonne De Carlo) posing as a rich widow in San Francisco.

Haven't We Met Before? (2002)

Believing a law student killed him in a previous life, a man (Page Fletcher) in a mental institution seeks revenge.

Stunt Rock (1979)

A stuntman (Grant Page) and a rock band (Sorcery) show a newswoman (Monique van de Ven) what it means to live on the edge.

Blood on the Arrow (1964)

An outlaw (Dale Robertson) survives an Indian raid and rescues a couple's (Martha Hyer, Wendell Corey) son taken captive.

Hitler in Hollywood (2010)

Hollywood's plot against the European motion picture industry.

Lovely to Look At (1952)

In this musical, Broadway producers Tony Naylor (Howard Keel), Al Marsh (Red Skelton) and Jerry Ralby (Gower Champion) are having difficulty securing funds for their latest show. Then Al learns he has inherited half of a salon in Paris from his Aunt Roberta. The three men travel to France, where they attempt to stage an extravagant fashion show to revitalize the struggling business, now run by Roberta's nieces, Stephanie (Kathryn Grayson) and Clarisse (Marge Champion).

The Last Cigarette (1999)

Filmmakers Kevin Rafferty and Frank Keraudren examine movie and other footage exploring the mysterious appeal of tobacco.

A Knight in Camelot (1998)

A 1990s scientist (Whoopi Goldberg) lands in King Arthur's (Michael York) court, where her technology clashes with medieval ways.

King of Thorns (2009)

Japan cryo-preserves a select group of patients to save humanity when a virus turns people into stone. Kasumi, one of the chosen ones, wakes up after years of being frozen in the midst of total chaos where monstrous creatures lie in wait all around.

Dr. Wai in the Scripture With No Words (1996)

Assistants help a Chinese archaeologist-cum-novelist (Jet Li) find inspiration for a serial adventure tale.

Aliens From Another Planet (1966)

Hungry aliens capture time-traveling research scientists (James Darren, Robert Colbert) who venture into the past and future.

Danland (2012)

Dan Leal, a pornography producer, has a hard time finding commitment and intimacy due to the industry he works in.

Spanish Affair (1958)

A U.S. architect (Richard Kiley) tours Spain with his interpreter (Carmen Sevilla), followed by her jealous Gypsy boyfriend (Jose Guardiola).

Captain Midnight (1942)

An aviator (Dave O'Brien) in black hunts a fifth columnist (James Craven) who has kidnapped a scientist.

Blood and Steel (1959)

A native girl on a Japanese-held island helps Navy Sea Bees who go there to survey it for construction of an air base.

Square Dance Jubilee (1949)

Two New York talent scouts (Don Barry, Wally Vernon) go west to book acts for Spade Cooley's TV show.

Hotel Continental (1932)

An ex-convict thief (Theodore von Eltz) has the room next door to the room where he hid his loot five years before.

The Sea Chase (1955)

Karl Ehrlich (John Wayne) is the German captain of a freighter stationed in an Australian port. Ehrlich, a fervent opponent of Nazism, receives word that World War II has commenced in Europe, and that he must immediately make his way to Germany while avoiding the pursuing Allied ships. Aboard his ship is a German spy (Lana Turner), whose safe passage he must ensure. Meanwhile, a British ship -- with Cmdr. Jeff Napier (David Farrar) at its helm -- is hot on their trail.

One Summer Love (1976)

Following years under the care of Dr. Lee (James Noble), Jesse (Beau Bridges), a troubled young man, is released from a mental institution. He decides to look for his family, who had Jesse committed long ago for reasons that aren't clear to him. After meeting Chloe (Susan Sarandon), a lovely movie theater employee, Jesse begins a relationship with her, but his past may prevent the couple from having a lasting romance. Can Chloe help Jesse overcome his psychological and emotional obstacles?

Killers in the House (1998)

Bank robbers take a man (Mario Van Peebles) and his family (Holly Robinson Peete, Michael J. Pagan) hostage in their newly inherited mansion in the Pacific Northwest.

His Lordship Goes to Press (1938)

A British lord decides to teach an obnoxious American journalist a lesson by masquerading as a farmer.

Christmas Angel (2012)

Wishes are coming true in Olivia's (Izabela Vidovic) class and she wishes for a dad of her own. She thinks a mysterious woman (Della Reese) is an angel granting the wishes -- but she learns she is a normal person who knows how the wishes come true.

Trapper County War (1989)

A New Jersey musician (Robert Estes) and his pal meet a diner waitress (Betsy Russell) guarded by a trigger-happy backwoods clan.

Johnny Firecloud (1979)

An American Indian war veteran (Victor Mohica) avenges the hanging of his grandfather by local thugs.

Naruto Shippuden the Movie: The Will of Fire (2011)

Four ninjas who guard the Hidden Villages of Cloud Stone Mist and Sand disappear from their villages and another ninja war will break out if they are not found.

Valley of the Eagles (1951)

A Swedish scientist (John McCallum) and policeman (Jack Warner) track the scientist's wife, assistant and invention into Lapland.

5 Time Champion (2011)

A teen (Ryan Akin) begins to question his own sexuality while the adults around him are mired in romantic entanglements of their own.

Tomorrow at Ten (1964)

A British policeman (John Gregson) tries to find a rich man's (Alec Clunes) son before a kidnapper's (Robert Shaw) time bomb blows.

Roar of the Press (1941)

A police reporter (Wallace Ford) suspects that a suicide may be murder.

The Courtship of Andy Hardy (1942)

In the small town of Carvel, the family of Judge Hardy (Lewis Stone) welcome eldest daughter Marian (Cecilia Parker) back from New York but are dismayed when she takes up with the local "wolf." Hardy then asks his son, Andy (Mickey Rooney), to take out Melodie Nesbitt (Donna Reed), a teen at the center of a custody dispute. When Melodie develops a crush on him, Andy gets nervous. Meanwhile, Mrs. Hardy (Fay Holden) nervously suspects that she's being cheated on a mail-order gift for the judge.

The Great Dan Patch (1949)

After the death of his father, a horse trainer, scientist David Palmer (Dennis O'Keefe) devotes himself to Dan Patch, a harness-racing horse. When the horse's driver takes ill, David drives Dan to a record time at a Kentucky track. When David refuses to sell the farm, his wife (Ruth Warrick) divorces him. With his attention now focused on his horse, David grows closer with trainer Cissy Lathrop (Gail Russell). As they fall in love, Dan Patch tries for racing glory.

Rose of Cimarron (1952)

A marshal (Jack Buetel) tries to head off a cowgirl (Mala Powers) on a manhunt to avenge her Indian foster family.

Kurtulus Son Durak (2012)

Neighborhood women try to cheer up psychologist Eylem, a newcomer to the building who was recently dumped by her boyfriend.

Big and Hairy (1998)

A boy (Robert Burke) recruits a young sasquatch onto the local basketball team, with unforseen results.

Mirror of Death (1987)

Beaten by her boyfriend (John Reno), a woman (Julie Merrill) uses voodoo to become beautiful and lure men to death.

The Lone Rider in Ghost Town (1941)

A cowboy (George Houston) must protect gold prospectors from murderous racketeers.

Summer Job (1989)

Coeds (Amy Baxter, Sherrie Rose, Cari Mayor) cavort with guests and co-workers while working at a Florida resort.

The Siege of Sidney Street (1960)

A police inspector (Donald Sinden) tracks down Russian anarchist Peter the Painter (Peter Wyngarde) and his gang in circa-1911 London.

The Mango Tree (1977)

As World War I rages in the distant background, Jamie Carr (Christopher Pate) passes through the last year of high school in what he's always thought of as his quiet Queensland town. But his opinion of it changes dramatically when the rantings of a loose-cannon preacher (Gerard Kennedy) rile up the townsfolk in ways he didn't think possible. Jamie soon finds himself inadvertently swept up into a manhunt, and in the process decides that city life might be more to his liking.

Tremendo Amanecer (2004)

A vampire prowls the streets for blood and the reincarnation of his dead lover.