Like a Boss (2020)
Best friends Mia and Mel (Tiffany Haddish and Rose Byrne) are living their best lives running their own cosmetics company they’ve built from the ground up. Unfortunately, they’re in over their heads financially, and the prospect of a big buyout offer from a notorious titan of the cosmetics industry Claire Luna (Salma Hayek) proves too tempting to pass up, putting Mel and Mia’s lifelong friendship in jeopardy. The beauty business is about to get ugly. LIKE A BOSS also stars Billy Porter, Jennifer Coolidge, Ari Graynor, Natasha Rothwell, Jessica St. Clair and Karan Soni.
Caught is a 1996 erotic thriller film about a drifter who disrupts the simple life of a fish market owner and his wife. The film was directed by Robert M. Young, and stars Edward James Olmos, Arie Verveen, María Conchita Alonso, and Bitty Schram.
Bodkin Ras (2016)
Bodkin Ras is a 2016 Dutch, Belgium narrative feature film that premiered in March 2016 at the 45th International Film Festival Rotterdam where it won the International FIPRESCI award, and had its North American premiere in March 2016 at SXSW 2016, Austin, Texas, United States.
Amateur is a 1994 comedy crime drama film written and directed by Hal Hartley starring Isabelle Huppert, Martin Donovan and Elina Löwensohn.
Souls at Sea (1937)
Souls at Sea is a 1937 American adventure film directed by Henry Hathaway and starring Gary Cooper, George Raft, and Frances Dee. Based on a story by Ted Lesser, the film is about a first mate on a slave ship who frees the slaves on the ship after a mutiny overthrows the ship's captain. The title of this film was spoofed in the Laurel and Hardy comedy film Saps at Sea (1940).
Promise is a 1986 American made-for-television drama film presented by Hallmark Hall of Fame. Adapted by screenwriter Richard Friedenberg from a story by Ken Blackwell and Tennyson Flowers, the film was directed by Glenn Jordan and aired December 14, 1986. James Garner stars as a carefree man who returns to his hometown after his mother's death and has to assume responsibility for his mentally ill younger brother. One of the most honored films in television history, Promise received the Peabody Award, Humanitas Prize, Christopher Award and Golden Globe Award. Its record of five Primetime Emmy Awards was not matched until 2010, by the film Temple Grandin.
An American man travels to a medieval French city to find an illusive banker.
Operation Oman (2014)
The history of Britain's secret war in Oman.
The Great Jesse James Raid (1953)
The Great Jesse James Raid is a 1953 American western film directed by Reginald LeBorg and starring Willard Parker, Barbara Payton, and Tom Neal. This was the only film for Tom Neal and Barbara Payton to co-star together, as their ill-famed love affair essentially derailed the movie careers of both of them.
Wide Open Faces (1938)
Wide Open Faces is a 1938 American comedy film directed by Kurt Neumann and starring Joe E. Brown, Jane Wyman and Alison Skipworth. A man tries to prevent mobsters getting their hands on loot that they have stashed in an inn.
Silver Rain (2015)
Silver Rain is a 2015 Nigerian-Ghanaian political drama film. It was written and directed by Juliet Asante.
Two Idiots In Hollywood (1988)
Two Idiots in Hollywood is a 1988 comedy film written and directed by actor Stephen Tobolowsky, based on his stage play of the same name.
Sunrise At Campobello (1960)
Sunrise at Campobello is a 1960 Warner Bros. biographical film telling the story of the struggles of future President of the United States Franklin Delano Roosevelt and his family when Roosevelt was stricken with paralysis at the age of 39 in August 1921. Based on Dore Schary's Tony Award-winning Broadway play of the same name, the film was directed by Vincent J. Donehue and starred Ralph Bellamy, Greer Garson, Hume Cronyn and Jean Hagen.
The film was produced with the cooperation of the Roosevelt family. Eleanor Roosevelt was present on the set during location shooting at the Roosevelt estate in Hyde Park, New York.
Chasing Grace (2017)
The tragic death of a child leads to a tense betrayal between two brothers.
Paula is a 1952 film directed by Rudolph Maté.
Raffles is a 1939 film starring David Niven and Olivia de Havilland, and is one of several film adaptations of an 1899 short story collection by E. W. Hornung, The Amateur Cracksman.
Sidney Howard was given credit as co-author of the screenplay with John Van Druten, due to him having been the writer of the 1930 version. Howard had died four months prior to the release of this film. F. Scott Fitzgerald may also have worked on the script, but this is unconfirmed.
The Four Corn Patches (1960)
Four ex-soldiers start new lives in the country, pursuing their dreams and their women.
Little Senegal (2001)
Little Senegal is a 2001 Algerian film directed by Rachid Bouchareb. It was Algeria's submission to the 73rd Academy Awards for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, but was not accepted as a nominee.
Dying to Be Heard (2013)
Rachel, a high-powered executive, strives to climb the corporate ladder until she discover she is pregnant, and she is forced to choose between her career and a life of unexpected sacrifice.
Strange Affection (1957)
A British schoolmaster (Richard Attenborough) and his doctor wife (Dorothy Alison) adopt the son (Colin Petersen) of a drunken vaudeville actor.
Violent Playground (1958)
Violent Playground is a 1958 British film directed by Basil Dearden starring Stanley Baker, Peter Cushing and David McCallum. The film, which deals with the genre of juvenile delinquent, has an explicit social agenda. It owes much to U.S. films of a similar genre.McCallum's character, in particular, references roles played by James Dean, Marlon Brando, and especially Vic Morrow in Blackboard Jungle. Rock 'n' Roll is presented as a negative influence. In a memorable scene, music appears to put the youths into a trance-like state, culminating in McCallum leading a menacing advance on Baker's character.Many of the poor working class subjects of the film are from Liverpool's sizable Irish-descended community. Notably, there are several mixed race and black characters, and two important characters are Chinese.Though it was said at the time by a reviewer that "Despite its Liverpool setting not a single character speaks with a Merseyside (Liverpool) accent in the entire film", this is not strictly true as a young Freddie Starr plays a member of the gang.The tough inner-city estates are represented as a breeding ground for youth crime. The success rate of Liverpool's juvenile liaison officers is lauded in the prologue.
Secrets Of Scotland Yard (1944)
Secrets of Scotland Yard is a 1944 American thriller film directed by George Blair and starring Edgar Barrier, Stephanie Bachelor and C. Aubrey Smith. The screenplay was by Denison Clift, adapting one of his own stories "Room 40, O.B." from Blue Book Magazine. It concerns a British police detective who goes undercover to root out a Nazi spy in Britain's decoding organization.
The Hands of Orlac (1960)
The Hands of Orlac is a 1960 British-French horror film directed by Edmond T. Gréville, starring Mel Ferrer, Christopher Lee, and Dany Carrel, and based on the novel Les Mains d'Orlac by Maurice Renard.
Phantom Gold (1938)
A cowboy (Jack Luden) befriends an orphan (Barry Downing) and fools ghost-town gold thieves.
Fighting Fury (1924)
Fighting Fury is a 1924 American silent western film directed by Clifford Smith and starring Jack Hoxie, Helen Holmes and Fred Kohler.
Hold That Hypnotist (1957)
Hold That Hypnotist is a 1957 film starring the comedy team of The Bowery Boys. The film was released on March 10, 1957 by Allied Artists and is the forty-fourth film in the series.
From horror legend Tobe Hooper - Desperate to put the traumatic loss of their infant child behind them, an Emirati couple return home - but home doesn't provide the comfort they seek. Soon they are tormented by unexplainable events and begin to question if their neighbors are human, or the sinister, shape-shifting demons - the Djinn.
Heartwood is a 1998 American independent drama film written and directed by Lanny Cotler and starring Jason Robards and Hilary Swank.
The Dude Goes West (1948)
The Dude Goes West is a 1948 film starring Eddie Albert and Gale Storm from King Brothers Productions.
The movie was originally known as Tombstone.
The Emissary: A Biblical Epic (1997)
Angry, zealous Saul goes to Paul, the servant of Christ, who will pay any price to bring his message to the world.
Red-Haired Alibi (1932)
The Red-Haired Alibi is an American pre-Code feature-length film produced by Tower Productions. The film was produced by Sigmund Neufeld.
Released on October 15, 1932, it was directed by Christy Cabanne. The movie was based on a novel of the same name written by Wilson Collison. It is the first feature-length film to feature child actress Shirley Temple in the credits.
Alias John Law (1935)
Alias John Law is a 1935 American western film directed by Robert N. Bradbury, produced by Supreme Pictures, released by William Steiner Productions on a states-rights basis and starring Bob Steele.
Double Play: James Benning and Richard Linklater (2013)
The personal and professional friendship between filmmakers James Benning and Richard Linklater.
Ghost Mountaineer (2015)
A hiking group composed of Estonian students gets caught up in a series of scary events in Siberia.
Cat Murkil and the Silks (1976)
Eddie "Cat" Murkil (David Kyle) kills his way to the top of his Los Angeles street gang, the Silks.
Walking Thunder (1997)
A Dakota medicine man and a mountain man help a boy and his family, stranded in the Rockies in 1850. Brian Keith narrates.
Fairhaven is a 2012 American comedy film written and directed by Tom O'Brien. The film stars Sarah Paulson, Chris Messina, Rich Sommer, Alexie Gilmore, Natalie Gold and Maryann Plunkett. The film was released on January 11, 2013, by Starz Digital.
Truck Stop Women (1974)
The story concerns a bloody turf battle between Smith (John Martino, The Godfather), a mob hit man, and independent gun moll Anna (Lieux Dressler, Kingdom Of The Spiders) over Anna’s prostitution and theft operation, originating out of a highway truck stop.
Beneath the Surface (1997)
Under ytan (French title: Descente aux Enfers, English title: Beneath the Surface) is a 1997 Swedish film directed by Daniel Fridell. The film won Guldbagge Awards in 1998 for best lead actress Johanna Sällström and best cinematography.
Haunted Maze (2017)
Clancy the Clown and his carnival of misfits, roll into a sleepy mid-western town for their annual Halloween festival. Some are looking for a good time. Clancy has something else on his mind.
Happy Days (2007)
Happy Days is a 2007 Telugu musical coming of age film written, produced and directed by Sekhar Kammula. The target audience for this movie was primarily the youth, teenagers and engineering college students in Andhra Pradesh. It turned to be a Blockbuster at the box-office and later became a Cult Classic. It is one of the most profitable films ever made in the Telugu film Industry.
An investigative team travels deep into the remote Colorado wilderness after a group of young campers are viciously murdered by what may be Bigfoot.
A Dark Place (2018)
On a night of celebrating new beginnings, two guys discover a friend intends to bury more than just his troubled past.
Skeletons in the Closet (2014)
Jamie sits down to watch "Skeletons in the Closet," a late-night, horror anthology television series, but is constantly interrupted by her annoying new babysitter.
Rustum is a 2019 Indian Kannada-language action film directed by Ravi Varma in his directorial debut. It was produced by Jayanna and Bhogendra under the banner of Jayanna Combines. The film features Shiva Rajkumar, Vivek Oberoi, Shraddha Srinath, Rachita Ram and Mayuri Kyatari in the lead roles.
3 Lives (2019)
Emma wakes up to find herself trapped in an abandoned bunker. She soon realizes that there are two other victims trapped with her, Ben and Jamie, who she knows from her days in high school.
Now Ben and Jamie are Emma’s only means of escape from their savage captors, three ex-soldiers. Faced with the choice to stay in the bunker or to escape her kidnappers with the help of her former rapist and his old friend, Emma chooses the latter.
Ruthlessly the ex-soldiers chase the group through the wilderness. While Emma tries to find out why Ben, Jamie, and herself have been kidnapped in the first place. Slowly matters start to spin out of control, facades start to crack and Emma has to learn who her real enemy is.
A female vampire tries to make her way in an unwelcoming city.
West of Eden (2017)
In 1960s New Zealand, a city boy heads to the country to escape his past. Billy discovers that everything is not as it seems on the Henshaw farm, but finds his heart's desire in Tom Henshaw, the affluent farmer's son.
Yamasong: March of the Hollows (2017)
An automaton girl and a tortoise warrior embark on an incredible journey to defeat a sinister mechanized army. Their only hope is to team up with a band of outlaws to find a legendary relic and save the creatures of their world.
Le banquet des fraudeurs (1952)
The Smugglers' Banquet (French: Le Banquet des fraudeurs) is a 1952 Belgian crime film directed by Henri Storck. It was entered into the 1952 Cannes Film Festival.
Two gamblers who are in love with the same woman careen toward a confrontation.
Mid-Century Loves (1954)
Mid-Century Loves (Italian: Amori di mezzo secolo) is a 1954 Italian anthology comedy-drama film consisting of five segments directed by Glauco Pellegrini, Pietro Germi, Mario Chiari, Roberto Rossellini and Antonio Pietrangeli.
Nathan East: For the Record (2014)
Bassist Nathan East records his first solo album after a 35-year career supporting other artists.
A Place in the Caribbean (2017)
Romance blossoms on a Caribbean island until the guests' troubled pasts tame desires.
The Battle of Algiers, a Film Within History (2017)
In 1965, three years after independence from Algeria, Gillo Pontecorvo began filming an ambitious film reconstructing the Battle of Algiers.
Sandrine in the Rain (2008)
Sandrine in the Rain (Italian: Sandrine nella pioggia) is a 2008 thriller film written and directed by Tonino Zangardi and starring Sara Forestier and Adriano Giannini. It premiered at the 2008 Busan International Film Festival.
Last Ride on the Midwest Pacific (2011)
The night before an elderly couple move to a retirement community in the rural Midwest, members of their scattered family reunite.
Andy the Talking Hedgehog (2019)
After a girl's wish for all animals to have the ability to speak comes true, local robbers try to capture her talking hedgehog.
The true story of Júlio Santana, a gunman responsible for 492 murders throughout his country.
No Man's Land (2019)
In 1866 a man wakes up and discovers his family members are gone. As he searches for them, he runs into a Native American girl who needs help, and the two of them work together to get what they want.
The Hitman Agency (2018)
A professional hit man uncovers the corruption in his organization by interrogating the greatest hit man to have ever lived.
Good Grief (2017)
Eight estranged childhood friends reunite in their hometown to say goodbye to the one person who barely kept them together.
Chef Challenge (2013)
When one of France's greatest chefs begins to die, he searches for a worthy successor.
Oh, Ramona! (2019)
Oh, Ramona! is a teen rom-com film adaptation of the best-selling novel Suck it, Ramona! Andrei, the main character, tells the story of his adolescence as seen through his eyes, with the good and bad parts in it, with a healthy dose of humor and self-irony. The film portrays Andrei torn between the two girls he loves and how he’s forced to become a man. Who will he end up with? It's like choosing between ice cream and pancakes.
A hip, new ride share service app called RYDE is taking over and dominating the taxi industry. It’s less expensive and capturing followers with it’s fun and casual “friend giving you a ride” vibe. It’s the latest and coolest app out there…. But is it safe? Everyone is going to find out when a psychopath hacks the identity of a Ryde driver. Now everyone who uses the app will be at the mercy of this maniac. Getting a ride from Ryde might be just be a few clicks away, but getting out of the car alive may not be so easy…
Say It with Flowers (1934)
Say It With Flowers is a 1934 British musical film directed by John Baxter and starring Mary Clare, Ben Field and George Carney. The screenplay concerns a group of London shopkeepers who hold a benefit concert in a local pub to raise money for a woman to visit the seaside for her health. The film is notable for the performances of several real music hall stars Florrie Forde, Charles Coborn and Marie Kendall.
Nonsense is a Malyalam movie, India's first to Support BMX bicycle Sport. It stars Rinosh George and is directed by M C Jithin. The movie has many stunt scenes, leading the makers to call it a "Sports Drama"
Leonard Soloway's Broadway (2019)
Broadway legend Leonard Soloway has brought nearly 150 productions to the stage. The film, narrated by Campbell Scott, is a delightful ride through Broadway’s golden age, illuminated by Soloway’s dry wit and humorous story telling.
A housewife initiates a dangerous sexual fling while her husband's hidden infidelity takes him down a dark path.
The Mosquito Philosophy (2019)
The Mosquito Philosophy is a 2019 Indian Tamil-language family drama film written and directed by Jayaprakash Radhakrishnan who was awarded the Gollapudi Srinivas Award for the Best Debutant Director for his debut award-winning feature film Lens. The Mosquito Philosophy is the story about Suresh, the protagonist, who springs a surprise on his friends by announcing that he is to be wedded, where in fact it is Suresh himself who is in for a surprise. Filmed using the minimalist techniques, it is considered part of the Dogme 95 movement.
El Crazy Che (2015)
The life story of Guillermo Bill Gaede, an Argentine engineer who spied for Cuba and the FBI while working in Silicon Valley in the 1980s.
Sky Without Stars (1955)
Sky Without Stars (German: Himmel ohne Sterne) is a 1955 West German drama film directed by Helmut Käutner and starring Erik Schumann, Eva Kotthaus and Horst Buchholz.The film's sets were designed by the art director Hans Berthel and Robert Stratil. It was shot at the Bavaria Studios in Munich.
A lonely man finds a beautiful young woman unconscious and covered in blood while walking through the woods. He starts to fall for her but learns of a terrifying secret.
Prematho Mee Karthik (2017)
An aloof young man is intrinsically changed after meeting a beautiful woman in India.
Nemiche per la pelle (2016)
Lucia and Fabiola are two extremely different women and declared enemies by an old love rivalry. However, both are forced to reconcile and overcome their differences to take care of a little girl called Pauline.
Bare Knuckle Brawler (2019)
When cop Steve returns home in the midst of his brother Joey's investigation into the murder of two bare knuckle fighters, the case becomes personal when Joey is found brutally murdered. With a sense of justice and revenge Steve knows what he has to do. Enter the underground world of Bare Knuckle Brawling; run by the brutal Mereta Crime family where there is only one rule. There are no rules!
Roulez jeunesse (2018)
A mechanic responds to a call from a woman having car trouble and ends up spending the night with her. When he wakes up, the woman has vanished and he has to care for her three kids.
Three Women (1924)
Three Women, also known as Die Frau, die Freundin und die Dirne (1924) is an American silent drama film starring May McAvoy, Pauline Frederick, and Marie Prevost, directed by Ernst Lubitsch, and based on the novel by Yolande Maree (Iolanthe Mares).
The Fighting Youth (2015)
A man hits a low point in life until he slowly falls for a new woman.
Coping with the loss of her mother, 17-year-old Cassie develops a mother-daughter bond with technology's latest intelligent personal assistant. Their relationship takes a twisted turn when the Artificial Machine Intelligence begins to manipulate Cassie into committing heinous acts of murder. Cassie must soon learn to live without the A.M.I.'s influence and put an end to her phone's sinister ways.
The Brazen Women of Balzac (1969)
A lord and his beautiful lady live in a chateau with his niece, who is eager to find out everything about love.
A Break Alone (2016)
A married man's life is upended when he falls for a young yoga instructor. When the woman breaks things off, he continues to yearn for her.
Hell Girl (2019)
Ghost hunters become uneasy allies with a restless spirit that has unfinished business.
Roxana's Hands (2012)
A prominent violinist has both hands crushed during an accident. After she undergoes a transplant by a prominent surgeon whose methods are controversial, a series of murders start happening in her inner circle.
El Hotel (2016)
A Mexican woman inherits a small hotel in the Caribbean.
Silk Scream (2019)
Two people team up to solve a killing spree targeting clients and workers at a t-shirt business.
The Far Green Country (2018)
A family travels to 11 national parks in a motor home.
Danur is a 2017 Indonesian horror film directed by Awi Suryadi and written by Lele Laila, starring Prilly Latuconsina, Shareefa Daanish, Wesley Andrew in lead roles. The film story is adapted from a novel written by Risa Saraswati-based friendship between ghosts and humans. It is the highest-grossing Indonesian horror movie til date, and has led to a successful sequel, Danur 2: Maddah.
Chasing Molly (2019)
Molly Reynolds is a paranormal con artist, using the guise of casting out demons to steal valuables from her clients. During an evening of scamming, Molly and her partner Atticus Gram accidentally steal a teapot full of ecstasy from LA's biggest drug kingpin, Mr. Black. Instead of retrning the pills, Molly and Atticus decide to sell them so they can stop their demon-cleansing scheme. While Molly has success selling pills, Atticus is kidnapped by Mr. Black's goons. Atticus is now being held as collateral until Molly can return Mr. Black's merchandise. With no money, no connections, and no one to help her, Molly has to use her con artist skills to navigate the underbelly of Los Angeles. Molly must evade the police, fight off drug dealers, crime bosses, muggers, addicts, pimps, jealous ex-girlfriends, craigslist creepers, and multiple street gangs all in time to save her partner and herself.
The Sultan and the Saint (2016)
Francis of Assisi and the Sultan of Egypt meet on a bloody battlefield during the crusades.
Ultimate Justice (2017)
When a family member of one of their own is attacked, a team of former elite soldiers are called back into action and a ruthless game of kill or be killed is set in motion.
Ippadai Vellum (2017)
Ippadai Vellum is a 2017 Indian Tamil action thriller film written and directed by Gaurav Narayanan, starring Udhayanidhi Stalin and Manjima Mohan in the leading roles, with Daniel Balaji, R. K. Suresh, and Soori in supporting roles. The film was released November 9, 2017, with positive reviews.
Global Meltdown (2017)
The Earth is breaking apart, people are killing each other, and fire is raining from the sky - Just another day in Pleasant, Washington for Mayor Wally and his wife Karen. After the Earth's crust begins to fall apart, one community must band together and reach higher ground. Between avalanches, volcanos, and mutiny, this caravan has their work cut out for them. It's a post-apocalyptic road trip they'll never forget.
Laura and her older sister Joséphine spend the summer holidays shuttling between their divorced parents.
Silks and Saddles (1936)
Silks and Saddles is a 1936 American film starring Herman Brix. It was one of a number of films he made for producer Sam Katzman.
Bigfoot Country (2018)
Hikers who have ventured deep into the woods become increasingly paranoid after they realize that something large is dogging their trail.
L'esprit du mal (1954)
A money-grubbing stepmother hatches a plan to break up her stepdaughter's relationship so she can marry a wealthy idiot.