The Last Gang (2007)

Smalltime hoodlums become headline-grabbing bank robbers in Paris.

The Holy Man (2005)

The Holy Man is a 2005 Thai comedy film. One of the top films at the Thai box office that year, it starred popular Thai television comedian, Pongsak Pongsuwan as a Buddhist monk. It is the first of a comic trilogy about young monks.

Bittersweet (2014)

Derrek finds himself reminiscing about a lost love as he goes about his daily routine.

Senario The Movie (1999)

To bring back the popularity of his fun fair, a man sponsors a concert.

Un amour de pluie (1974)

A married woman and her young daughter experience fleeting romances while on vacation in the French mountains.

Daredevil in the Castle (1961)

The Story of Osaka Castle is a 1961 color Japanese film directed by Hiroshi Inagaki based on historical events taking place in Japan during the beginning of the 17th century. It was also known as Daredevil in the Castle and The Tale of Osaka Castle in the UK.

HAQ (2011)

Haq is a 2010 Malaysian action-drama film directed by CL Hor and Jumaatun Azmi. The film follows two brothers with both good and evil powers, who must either overcome or succumb to their own demons when they finally confront each other.

Opération lune, l'épave cachée du Roi Soleil (2013)

An archeological investigation of Louis XIV's ship, La Lune, which wrecked off Toulon in 1664.

Gisèle Kérozène (1990)

Three witches take to their brooms to chase a thief.

De kollega's maken de brug! (1988)

Workers become stuck in their office during a holiday.

Les filles au Moyen Âge (2016)

An old man regales children with tales of women who lived in the Middle Ages.

Le rire de ma mère (2018)

A boy has to deal with increasing pressures from his family and school as his mother's disease worsens.

VS: The Movie (2011)

After a devastating tsunami in 2010, Florida and the Caribbean islands have been left in ruin. Citizens attempt to rebuild their lives and start anew, but the streets have been taken over by gangs and overrun with criminals.

Human Voice (2014)

In 1950s Naples, Italy, an aging woman rides an emotional roller coaster when her man leaves her.

Unbelievable Adventures of Italians in Russia (1974)

Unbelievable Adventures of Italians in Russia (Russian: Невероятные приключения итальянцев в России, translit. Neveroyatnye Priklyucheniya Italyantsev v Rossii, Italian: Una matta, matta, matta corsa in Russia) is a 1974 joint Soviet-Italian film directed by Franco Prosperi and Eldar Ryazanov. The film tells a story about a group of Italian treasure hunters who set on a journey to find long-forgotten treasure in Leningrad, Russia.

The Fight Rules (2017)

When his mother falls ill, a talented boxer turns to the brutal world of illegal fights in the hope of earning enough money for her treatments.

Perception (2009)

The lives of three New Yorkers become intertwined after a misunderstanding.

Riot on the Dance Floor (2014)

The gritty story of City Gardens, one of New Jersey's most infamous clubs, and its larger-than-life promoter, Randy Now.

Inside the Garbage of the World (2016)

Filmmakers explore the effects of plastic pollution on marine animals.

If I Think of Germany at Night (2017)

DENK ICH AN DEUTSCHLAND IN DER NACHT is the fourth documentary from Romuald Karmakar on Techno and related styles. 196BPM (2002) and BETWEEN THE DEVIL AND THE WIDE BLUE SEA (2005) focused on the performative and physical aspects of electronic music, VILLALOBOS (2009), on a protagonist of the scene. With DENK ICH AN DEUTSCHLAND IN DER NACHT, he designs the most comprehensive and profound picture of a subculture that has shaped the last decades.

The Wake (2017)

Five friends attend the wake of the young boy they accidentally killed a few days earlier, only to find themselves entrapped in what may become a funeral of their own.

Demonia Undertaker (2017)

An alien civilization sends bounty hunters to Earth to stop a demonic serial killer.

Alki Alki (2015)

A man's addiction to alcohol accompanies him through every aspect of his life. His best friend "bottle" is never far from his side.

Farewell to Dream (1956)

Farewell to Dream is a 1956 Japanese film directed by Keisuke Kinoshita. Two of the supporting actors won Japanese awards in part based on their performances in Farewell to Dream.

The Deadly Strands (2013)

A talk show host and his family are terrorized by his ex-wife's ghost.

Blood of Dragon Peril (1978)

A masked avenger battles the Japanese military in Manchuria.

Where Is Jane Doe? (1956)

Detectives in New York City investigate a missing girl.

The Seventh Floor (1967)

The Seventh Floor (Italian: Il fischio al naso) is a 1967 Italian comedy film directed by and starring Ugo Tognazzi. It is based on the short story "Sette piani" by Dino Buzzati, featured in the 1942 short story collection The Seven Messengers. The film was entered into the 17th Berlin International Film Festival.

Zum Dritten Pol (2007)

The lives of mountaineers Hettie and Günter Dyhrenfurth.

Troopers Three (1930)

Troopers Three (1930) is an American Pre-Code silent comedy film, produced and distributed by Tiffany Studios.

Reverend I'm Available Too (2009)

Alex has heard God and is compelled to change his ways and become a Reverend. But his newfound lifestyle creates chaos in the church as the ladies line up to seek his hand in marriage.

Al Medina (2015)

A man loses his faith in God after he accidentally kills a beggar boy and is sent to prison.

Tall Shadows of the Wind (1979)

Some superstitious villagers come to fear -- then worship -- the scarecrow they've erected to protect their fields.

Chocobar (2016)

A woman believes her house is haunted after she begins suffering from terrible nightmares.

Sin sostén (1998)

One night in the city, a man attempts to commit suicide on the upper level of a tall building. A cowboy and a pin-up girl, both characters on two different billboards, watch him.

Codine (1963)

Codine is a 1963 French-Romanian crime film directed by Henri Colpi. It was entered into the 1963 Cannes Film Festival where it won the award for Best Screenplay.

Tulips of Haarlem (1970)

Tulips of Haarlem (Italian: I tulipani di Haarlem) is a 1970 Italian drama film directed by Franco Brusati. It was entered into the 1970 Cannes Film Festival.

The Hunters Club (2016)

Military dropout Mike is dragged into a world of gangs, drugs, guns and violence when he reunites with his old friend Ed who was thought to be killed in action almost 10 years ago.

The Insufferable Groo (2018)

The Insufferable Groo is a 2018 American documentary directed by Scott Christopherson and produced by Jared Hess, Jared Harris, and Eric Robertson. The film follows the work of filmmaker Stephen Groo as he creates the film Unexpected Race and seeks to have Jack Black play a role in his film.

Border Brigands (1935)

Border Brigands is a 1935 American Western film directed by Nick Grinde and written by Stuart Anthony. The film stars Buck Jones, Lona Andre, Fred Kohler, Frank Rice, Hank Bell and Edward Keane. The film was released on June 1, 1935, by Universal Pictures.

Law and Order (1940)

Law and Order is a 1940 American film directed by Ray Taylor.

Long Forgotten Fields (2017)

A woman tries to rekindle her relationship with a returning soldier, but his worsening post-traumatic stress disorder causes him to isolate himself.

Lest We Forget (1935)

Lest We Forget (1935) was the first feature-length documentary film with sound to be made in Canada. Written, directed and edited by Frank Badgley, who was then the Director of the Canadian Government Motion Picture Bureau, and W.W. Murray, with music by Edmund Sanborn and narrated by Rupert Caplan. A compilation, 10-reel film recounting Canada’s role in the First World War, it is fast-paced and has a verbose narration but was well received by critics and audiences at the time. The Bureau was the precursor to the National Film Board of Canada.

Against Wind and Tide: A Cuban Odyssey (1981)

Against Wind and Tide: A Cuban Odyssey is a 1981 American documentary film about the Mariel boatlift, which was first broadcast on PBS the week of June 1, 1981. Written by John Brousek, the film was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.

Del mero corazón (1979)

A sampling of Tejano music.

Search and Destroy: Iggy & The Stooges' Raw Power (2010)

Iggy and the Stooges record their third album.

Moist Fury (2011)

Gang members avenge a fallen comrade.

Monkey Farm (2017)

Human curiosity and animal rage collide.

Dark Highlands (2018)

A Japanese artist visits the Scottish Highlands to paint but becomes the target of a sadistic killer. Alone, suffering from exposure and hunted, he must find a way to survive.

Goliath (2018)

A couple's love is tested when they discover they are about to become parents.

Heavy Mental: A Rock-n-Roll Blood Bath (2009)

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Treasure of the Bitch Islands (1990)

A new energy source is discovered.

O'er the Land (2009)

A meditation on American identity and manifest destiny.

Aquarians (2017)

Seminary student Danny Sullivan begrudgingly returns to his snow-covered hometown of Silver River to assist his terminally ill pastor Father Rob. But as questions swirl about the young deacon's family past, Danny recognizes the need to reconnect with his estranged brother, Jake. Danny sets off into the night woods to find Jake, setting in motion an emotional rollercoaster as the two undertake chores, attend church, go ice fishing and attempt to reconnect. As tensions erupt, the brothers find themselves in a violent confrontation over the past that set them on divergent paths in life.

Gigil (2006)

A groom jilts his fiancee at the altar after he realizes that he is gay.

The Gentleman Driver (2018)

The Gentleman Driver is a 90 minute documentary about four world-class businessmen who moonlight as race car drivers. Outside the racing world people remain unaware of the gentlemen driver phenomenon having never been told a story like this before. You can’t buy your way into playing the Super Bowl or World Cup, but you can to race at the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Inside the the racing world gentlemen drivers face negative stereotypes, but these men challenge those with their dedication, passion, & skill. Success seems to magically follow these men. To help demystify why this is so, The Gentleman Driver provides audiences with interviews of experts in success, flow, & sports psychology. The film also utilizes access to everything from pit garages, to personal conversations & tours with the Gentlemen Driver CEOs at their places of work. It incorporates gripping race-track broadcasts & in-car action-cam' footage. In addition to the inherent thrill of motorsports, entrepreneurship is a staple in America & a worldwide trend. Knowing that mainstream audiences will be fascinated by going behind the scenes of motorsports & the lives of business tycoons, The Gentleman Driver is sure to both entertain & inspire higher levels of achievement as it reveals time-tested success principles & practices—on & off the track.

Bill Huckstabelle: Serial Rapist (2015)

A celebrity struggles to keep a dark secret from destroying his career.

Sebastian (2014)

A man returns to his hometown to take care of his ailing mother. While there, he struggles to come to terms with his past and the closed-minded people surrounding him.

Mexicanos de Bronce (2016)

After repeatedly being in and out of prison, three men try to move forward and make sense of their lives by forming a band.

The Hideout (2014)

Five thieves take refuge in a cabin as an epidemic begins to spread.

The Last Tip (2016)

An old man reminisces about the past while visiting his favorite restaurant one last time.

Colony Mutation (1995)

A woman doses her cheating husband with an experimental serum, causing his limbs to separate from his body and take on lives of their own.

Love You... Love You Not (2015)

A love triangle becomes complicated when an English tutor unknowingly comes between a hot tempered guy and his girlfriend.

Rawhide Rangers (1941)

Rawhide Rangers is a 1941 American Western film directed by Ray Taylor and written by Ed Earl Repp. The film stars Johnny Mack Brown, Fuzzy Knight, Kathryn Adams Doty, Nell O'Day, Riley Hill and Harry Cording. The film was released on July 18, 1941, by Universal Pictures.

Fad'jal (1979)

Filmmaker Safi Faye investigates traditional storytelling.

Matoma: One In A Million (2018)

While Tom is studying to become a music teacher, a remix he uploaded online gets massive success and turns this small town guy into a world traveling superstar DJ. This should be a dream, but is it what Tom really wants?

The Lost Chick (1935)

A chicken locates six of its seven hatched chicks.

The Dragnet (1928)

The Drag Net, also known as The Dragnet, is a 1928 American silent film crime drama produced by Famous Players-Lasky and distributed by Paramount Pictures. Based on the story "Nightstick" by Oliver H.P. Garrett. Directed by Josef von Sternberg from an original screen story and starring George Bancroft and Evelyn Brent.This feature is now considered a lost film.

Flick's Chicks (2010)

After a young single mother discovers she is gay, she invites five attractive women to her family beach house in hopes of finding the perfect mate.

Crime Family (2004)

Two brothers are thrown into a world of sexual slavery, drug runners and hit men.

Butterfly and Flowers (1985)

Butterfly and Flowers is a 1985 Thai drama film directed by Euthana Mukdasanit, set in Muslim-majority southern Thailand. The film was screened at the 1985 Hawaii International Film Festival, one of the earliest Thai films to gain exposure outside Thailand.

Two Wrongs (2015)

She worked hard for the money but he inherited his power. Kevin and Liberty Dallas were living the American Dream. Their journey in life was full of promises, commitments, spiritual guidance and childhood friendships that kept them focused on being the best and having the best. When lust, lies and deceit mingle, Two Wrongs have never made anything right.

Survival City (1955)

Survival City is a 1955 American short documentary film directed by Anthony Muto. In 1956, at the 28th Academy Awards, it won an Oscar for Best Short Subject (One-Reel).

Werewolf in Bangkok (2005)

A carefree garbage collector becomes a werewolf.

The Haunted House (1929)

The Haunted House, also known as Phantom House or simply Haunted House, is a 1929 animated short film produced by Walt Disney Productions and distributed by Celebrity Productions. The film follows Mickey Mouse trapped in a haunted house and forced to play music. It was directed by Walt Disney who also provided the voice of Mickey; Ub Iwerks was the primary animator and Carl Stalling wrote the original music.

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.

The Cellar (2003)

Four college students rent a remote cottage for the weekend to work on their latest projects. Their stay quickly becomes increasingly unpleasant as they start having strange visions.

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.

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 Pinguïn (2007)

Plop and his friends go to the South Pole to get Pinki back home safely and launch a rescue operation to save all penguins from destruction.

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.

February (2003)

February (Thai: กุมภาพันธ์ or Khumphaphan) is a 2003 Thai romance-drama film, written and directed by Yuthlert Sippapak. The plot involves a young Thai woman with a terminal illness who goes to New York City to live her final months, is hit by a car and then develops amnesia, forgetting that she's in need of medical care.

Deathrow (2000)

Deathrow is a 2000 Filipino melodrama film, directed by Joel Lamangan, about an orphaned boy who's roped into taking part in a robbery that ultimately changes his life. The movie's plot is centered on 16-year-old Sonny Corpus, a resident of the slums of Manila. After being caught and convicted of robbery, Corpus is sentenced to death row. The film revolves around Corpus's life in prison and coping with his past actions.

Rock Oo! Rimba bara kembali (2013)

Former bandmates reunite, determined to become the biggest rock stars in Malaysia.

Bloodlust (1977)

A deaf accountant mutilates corpses in the mortuary, until a tragic event pushes him to pursue living victims.

Jomblo (2006)

Four friends help each other find love.

Pierre Rabhi au nom de la terre (2013)

A French agroecologist opposes overconsumption.

Space Explorers (2018)

Intergalactic explorers gather facts about Earth's wildlife.

Forêt Debussy (2016)

Forêt Debussy is a 2016 Taiwanese drama film written and directed by Kuo Cheng-chui. Starring Gwei Lun-mei and Lu Yi-ching, the film is about a mother who takes her daughter away from the city to the mountains to help her recover from a traumatic past.

The Passion of Martin (1991)

The Passion of Martin is a 1990 American comedy film written and directed by Alexander Payne, adapted from the novel El túnel by Ernesto Sabato.

The Pear Tree (1998)

The Pear Tree (Derakht-e-Golabi) is a 1998 Iranian drama movie written and directed by Dariush Mehrjui with Homayoun Ershadi and Golshifteh Farahani in the lead. The movie was noted for the exemplary craftsmanship of Dariush Mehrjui on his examination of the Iranian bourgeoisie. This movie is also the debut film of actress Golshifteh Farahani.

The Gifted Hands (2013)

While hunting for a murderer, a detective meets a young man who can see someone's entire past simply by touching the person.

I Am Not Him (2013)

An aimless dishwasher steals another man's identity.

Dessine-toi... (2011)

Children from around the world draw self-portraits.

Ma Compagne De Nuit (2011)

A terminally ill architect bonds with her caretaker.

Far from Sunset Boulevard (2006)

A gay director marries his leading actress to hide his homosexuality from the public.

Dharma Guns (La succession Starkov) (2011)

A speedboat accident sends a man into a coma.

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.

Mister Twister Goes Camping (2013)

A strict headmistress threatens to turn a class camping trip into a week of all work and no fun.

Kahwin 5 (2012)

A successful businessman juggles four wives simultaneously.