Shed Your Tears and Walk Away (2009)
Cass comes to terms with his mortality and tries to end a cycle of self-destruction.
Primal Scream (1988)
A blonde (Julie Miller) hires a private eye (Kenneth McGregor) to find out more about a corporation's deadly fuel of the future.
Rainbow's End (1935)
Rainbow's End is a 1935 American Western film directed by Norman Spencer.
Coming Soon (2008)
Coming Soon is a 2008 Thai horror film starring Worrakarn Rotjanawatchra, Oraphan Arjsamat, Sakulrath Thomas, and Chantavit Dhanasevi. The film is the directorial debut for Sophon Sakdapisit, who was the co-writer of the films Shutter (2004) and Alone (2007).
The Battle of Pussy Willow Creek (2013)
Ken Burns meets Spinal Tap in a subversive tour de force relaying the outrageous life stories of four forgotten Civil War heroes: an opium-addicted gay colonel, an aging Chinese launderer, a nerdy escaped slave, and a one-armed teenaged prostitute.
The Wild Party (1975)
The Wild Party is a 1975 Merchant Ivory Productions film directed by James Ivory, produced by Ismail Merchant, and starring James Coco and Raquel Welch.
An aging silent movie comic star of the 1920s named Jolly Grimm attempts a comeback by staging a party to show his new film. But the party turns into a sexual free-for-all and the comic ends up killing his mistress, Queenie, and an actor who has taken an interest in her.
The film was loosely based on a poem by Joseph Moncure March and filmed in Riverside, California. The poem was also made into two musicals, a Broadway show, composed by Michael John LaChiusa, which followed the poem very closely, and an off-Broadway production, composed by Andrew Lippa, which took some artistic liberties with the poem but still less than this movie.
A dance scene was choreographed by Patricia Birch.
A Captain's Honor (1982)
A Captain's Honor (French: L'Honneur d'un capitaine) is a 1982 French war film directed by Pierre Schoendoerffer.
Legend of the Werewolf (1975)
Legend of the Werewolf is a 1975 British Tyburn Film Productions horror film directed by Freddie Francis. It stars Peter Cushing.. Although released in UK cinemas, in the US it was released on VHS only. Although Endore is not credited, aspects of Guy Endore's classic werewolf novel The Werewolf of Paris are present in the film.
Beyond All Limits (1959)
Beyond All Limits is a 1959 Mexican drama film directed by Roberto Gavaldón. It was entered into the 9th Berlin International Film Festival.
A Bill of Divorcement (1932)
A man, Hilary Fairfield returns home after fifteen years in a mental asylum. However, he finds things are not the way they were when he left.
Subway in the Sky (1959)
An Army major (Van Johnson) solves a black-market mystery with a cabaret singer (Hildegarde Neff) in postwar Berlin.
Hitch Hike to Hell (1977)
A detective races against time to locate a psychotic deliveryman preying upon the residents of a small town.
Second Coming (2009)
A woman (Juliet Reeves) returns to her hometown to save her twin sister from sinister events.
Immigration Tango (2010)
An American couple and a foreign couple test the limits of friendship and love when they switch partners and get married for green cards in this fun and flirty romantic comedy that earned Best Picture at the Boston International Film Festival.
Hidden in the Woods (2012)
Hidden in the Woods (Spanish: En las afueras de la ciudad) is a 2012 Chilean thriller film directed by Patricio Valladares and co-written by Andrea Cavaletto and Patricio Valladares. It features a mixed cast of relatively unknown actors and well-known Chilean comedians, including Siboney Lo, Carolina Escobar, Daniel Antivilo, José Hernandez, Domingo Guzman, Daniel Candia and Nicole Perez. An English-language remake with the same name, also directed by Valladares, is set to be released in 2016.
Streets of San Francisco (1949)
Streets of San Francisco is a 1949 American crime film directed by George Blair and written by John K. Butler. The film stars Robert Armstrong, Mae Clarke, Gary Gray, Wally Cassell, Richard Benedict and John Harmon. The film was released on April 15, 1949, by Republic Pictures.
Black Bandit (1938)
Black Bandit is a 1938 American Western film written and directed by George Waggner. The film stars Bob Baker, Marjorie Reynolds, Wally Wales, Jack Rockwell, Forrest Taylor and Glenn Strange. The film was released on September 16, 1938, by Universal Pictures.
On the Mat (2012)
Wrestlers at Lake Stevens High School face a tumultuous season as they take aim at their fourth state title in five years.
The Abandoned Field: Free Fire Zone (1979)
The Abandoned Field: Free Fire Zone is a 1979 Vietnamese drama film directed by Nguyễn Hồng Sến. It won the Golden Prize and the Prix FIPRESCI at the 12th Moscow International Film Festival.
A filmmaker explores the assertion that government regulations benefit agri-business and threaten small farms.
Tierra del fuego (2000)
Tierra del fuego is a 2000 Chilean drama film directed by Miguel Littín. Based on a short story of the same name by Francisco Coloane, it is about the conquest of Tierra del Fuego by Julius Popper. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2000 Cannes Film Festival.
Arizona Seaside (2007)
A factory worker (Alexandra Hunter) from Kazakhstan wants to be a country-music star.
Ilan (Yossi Pollak) commits a terrible act when he confronts his young wife's (Melanie Peres) lover.
Filmmaker Frederick Wiseman follows scientists as they study the physical and mental development of primates.
LOVE YOUR MAMA (1990)
A strong woman (Audrey Morgan) raises her problem sons and daughter (Carol E. Hall) with no help from her husband.
Louis and Hilary are a twisted brother and sister who like to badger, berate, and bewitch each other. When Hilary comes home to announce that she is leaving Phoenix for good, she brings Soledad, a love-struck desert artist. As Louis and Hilary's fun and games escalate, Soledad gets a lacerating look at their perverse relationship and a preview of the betrayal to come.
Code of the Streets (1939)
Code of the Streets is a 1939 Universal Studios film starring The Little Tough Guys.
Piazza Fontana: The Italian Conspiracy (2012)
Romanzo di una strage (internationally released as Piazza Fontana: The Italian Conspiracy) is a 2012 Italian drama film directed by Marco Tullio Giordana. It is loosely based on the book Il segreto di Piazza Fontana by Paolo Cucchiarelli. The film deals with the reconstruction of the Piazza Fontana bombing that took place in Milan December 12, 1969, and of the tragic events that ensued, from the death of Giuseppe Pinelli, which occurred in mysterious circumstances during an interrogation, to the death of the Commissioner Luigi Calabresi, who had led the investigation.
Romanzo di una strage entered the 2012 Karlovy Vary International Film Festival, in which it won the Special Jury Prize. It was nominated to 16 David di Donatello awards, and won three (for best supporting actor, best supporting actress and best visual effects). It also won three Nastro d'Argento awards (for best script, best actor and best supporting actress) and two Ciak d'oro (for best supporting actor and best score).
Summer with Monika (1953)
Inspired by the earthy eroticism of Harriet Andersson, in the first of many roles for him, Ingmar Bergman turned in this work of stunning maturity, a sensual and ravaging tale of young love. A girl (Andersson) and boy (Lars Ekborg) from working-class families in Stockholm run away from home to spend a secluded, romantic summer at the beach. Inevitably, it is not long before the pair are forced to return to reality. Although Summer with Monika was initially quietly received, its reputation gathered steam throughout the 1950s, and it became an international sensation.
Goldberg - P.I. (2011)
Jackie (Jackie Mason) is at the end of his career until he helps a 16 year-old (Antony Del Rio) prove his mother's innocence.
Mean Mother (1974)
Two soldiers (Clifton Brown, Dennis Safren) land in trouble when they go AWOL during the Vietnam War.
Dead Women In Lingerie (1991)
Scantily clad models turn up dead at a lingerie factory staffed almost exclusively by illegal aliens.
Science Crazed (1989)
A bandaged fiend (Tony Dellaventura) walks the halls of an institute, looking for women to kill.
Under the Bridge (1984)
A man under a bridge encourages an abused teen to kill his needy sister.
The Most Terrible Time in My Life (1994)
The Most Terrible Time in My Life is a 1994 film directed by Kaizo Hayashi. The film is the first in the series featuring the detective Mike Hama, which included two more films by Hayashi, a TV series, and a film made from one episode of that TV series.
Two Tons of Turquoise to Taos Tonight (1975)
“A film without a beginning or an end,” in Downey’s words, this Dadaist thingamajig—a never-before-seen, newly reedited version of the director’s 1975 release Moment to Moment (also known as Jive)—is a rush of curious sketches, scenes, and shots that takes on a rhythmic life of its own. It stars Downey’s multitalented wife, Elsie, in an endless succession of off-the-wall roles, from dancer to cocaine fiend.
Spoilers of the North (1947)
Spoilers of the North is a 1947 American film directed by Richard Sale and starring Paul Kelly, Lorna Gray (billed as "Adrian Booth"), and Evelyn Ankers.
Cleveland Versus Wall Street (2010)
The city of Cleveland battles 21 banks in court over a devastating string of foreclosures.
Voice in the Wind (1944)
Voice in the Wind is a 1944 American film noir directed by Arthur Ripley and written by Friedrich Torberg, based on a story written by Arthur Ripley. The drama features Francis Lederer, Sigrid Gurie, J. Edward Bromberg, among others.
The Price of Kings: Shimon Peres (2012)
Filmmakers Joanna Natasegara and Richard Symons delve into the life of Shimon Peres.
The Laramie Trail (1944)
The Laramie Trail is a 1944 American Western film directed by John English and written by J. Benton Cheney. The film stars Robert Livingston, Smiley Burnette, Linda Brent, Martin Garralaga, Emmett Lynn and John James. The film was released on April 3, 1944, by Republic Pictures.
Prosecutor Luis Moreno Ocampo fights for justice at the International Criminal Court.
Kick'n Rush (2003)
A teenage soccer player (Jacob Oliver Krarup) strikes up a new romance, while talent scouts scrutinize his teammate.
Air of Paris (1954)
Air of Paris (original title: L'Air de Paris) is a 1954 French drama film, directed by Marcel Carné. Actor Jean Gabin won the Volpi Cup at the 1954 Venice International Film Festival.
Choosing Matthias (2009)
An orphan (Dylan Kasch) renews the spirit of a grieving couple (Jeff Fahey, Caia Coley) who lost their son to a kidnapper two years earlier.
Mixing Karma (2009)
The cowboy father of a Seattle artist thinks the art is a joke until an Indian family shows interest. When he falls for their beautiful daughter, the two cultures clash.
Gypsy woman (2002)
Gypsy Woman is a 2001 film written by Steven Knight, filmed on location in London and The Isle of Man. It is a romantic comedy, set against the backdrop of the Black Mountains, Wales.
The Yogis of Tibet (2002)
Tibetan monks discuss aspects of their philosophy and perform their ancient practices.
Pelo suelto (1991)
A girl aspires to become a famous singer and has the good luck to get to know a boy who can help her.
The Counterfeiters of Paris (1961)
Le cave se rebiffe French: The Counterfeiters of Paris, is a French comedy film from 1961, directed by Gilles Grangier, written by Michel Audiard, starring Jean Gabin, Bernard Blier and Martine Carol. The Counterfeiters of Paris
A Quixote Without La Mancha (1969)
A lawyer trying to fix everyone's problems, instead causes problems, which always end up in funny situations.
Thor: Legend of the Magical Hammer (2011)
Legends of Valhalla: Thor (Icelandic: Hetjur Valhallar - Þór), also known as Thor: Legend of the Magical Hammer, is a 2011 3D CGI animated comedy feature film co-produced by CAOZ, Ulysses and Magma Films. It is based on stories about Thor, the god of thunder from Norse mythology. The film is the first full-length animated film to be produced in Iceland. It was released on October 14, 2011 in Reykjavík.
The film was released on DVD in North America on March 19, 2013.
Female Prisoner Scorpion: Jailhouse 41 (1972)
Female Convict Scorpion: Jailhouse 41 is a film released in 1972 by Toei Company. It is the second in the Female Convict Scorpion series. It stars Meiko Kaji and is directed by Shunya Itō, which also directed the first film in the series Female Convict 701: Scorpion.
Invasion of Alien Bikini (2011)
A beautiful alien who looks human is rescued by a chaste hero and tries to seduce him so she can reproduce.
Hell's Hinges (1916)
Hell's Hinges is a 1916 American Western silent film starring William S. Hart and Clara Williams. Directed by Charles Swickard, William S. Hart and Clifford Smith, and produced by Thomas H. Ince, the screenplay was written by C. Gardner Sullivan.
Hell's Hinges has been selected for preservation in the National Film Registry, and is considered by some to be one of the finest silent Westerns.
Blood Clan (1990)
A teen is accused of following in her late parents' murderous footsteps when neighborhood children are murdered.
Punch The Clock (1990)
A New York bail lawyer (Mike Rogen) falls dangerously in love with an arty car thief (Christine Moore), to rock music.
Just Like Me (2009)
A Casanova who cannot grow up is forced to deal with his young daughter's pregnancy.
Black Friday (1940)
Black Friday is a 1940 American science fiction film starring Boris Karloff. Béla Lugosi, although second-billed, has only a small part in the film and does not appear with Karloff. Writer Curt Siodmak would revisit this theme again in Donovan's Brain (1953) and Hauser's Memory (1970).
College Confidential (1960)
College Confidential is a 1960 B-movie drama starring Steve Allen, Jayne Meadows and Mamie Van Doren.
Final Dance (2015)
A washed up dancer falls in love with a younger dancer.
After finding a battered and bloody woman in a back alley, some nursing students have a spooky encounter with a vampire cult.
Ghost Town Renegades (1947)
Ghost Town Renegades is a 1947 American Western film directed by Ray Taylor and written by Patricia Harper. The film stars Lash LaRue, Al St. John, Jennifer Holt, Jack Ingram, Terry Frost and Steve Clark. The film was released on July 26, 1947, by Eagle-Lion Films.
Ringo's Big Night (1966)
A man (William Berger) breaks out of jail to prove his innocence in a stagecoach robbery and bring the real thieves to justice.
The One and Only (1999)
The One and Only (Danish: Den Eneste Ene) is a 1999 Danish romantic comedy film directed by Susanne Bier. The film starred Sidse Babett Knudsen, Niels Olsen, Rafael Edholm, and Paprika Steen in story about two unfaithful married couples faced with becoming first-time parents. The film was considered to mark a modern transition in Danish romantic comedies, and became the third biggest box-office success of the 1990s in Denmark. The film earned both the Robert Award and Bodil Award as the Best Film of 1999.
The Broken Wings (1964)
Kahlil Gibran's book "The Prophet" provides the basis for a series of love stories.
Waltz Time (1945)
Waltz Time is a 1945 British musical film directed by Paul L. Stein and starring Carol Raye, Peter Graves and Patricia Medina. In Imperial Vienna a young Grand Duchess is prevented from marrying the man she loves.
Atomic Mom (2010)
Atomic Mom is a 2010 documentary film written and directed by M.T Silvia about the complex experiences of two women struggling with the emotional repercussions of their connections to the nuclear bombings on Hiroshima, Japan, at the end of World War II in August 1945.
Better Than Something: Jay Reatard (2012)
The life and work of the Memphis-based punk musician.
Germany Pale Mother (1980)
Germany, Pale Mother (German: Deutschland bleiche Mutter) is a 1980 West German drama film written and directed by Helma Sanders-Brahms. It was shown at the 30th Berlin International Film Festival in 1980, where it was nominated for a Golden Bear award. It was not released in the United States until 1984.
The film was restored and re-released in the UK in 2015 by the British Film Institute.
The title is taken from the poem of the same name by Bertolt Brecht.
Un amore in prima classe (1980)
Un amore in prima classe (internationally released as Love in First Class) is a 1980 Italian comedy film directed by Salvatore Samperi.
The Day I Will Never Forget (2002)
Filmmaker Kim Longinotto examines the tradition of clitoridectomy in Kenya.
Dead Girls (1990)
Someone tries to make the members (Diana Karanikas, Angela Eads) of a rock group live up to their name, Dead Girls.
Harlistas: An American Journey (2011)
Latin American Harley-Davidson riders travel across the country for the camaraderie of the road.
Treasure of the Aztecs (1965)
Der Schatz der Azteken (Treasure of the Aztecs) is a 1965 West German, French and Italian western film adventure directed by Robert Siodmak.
Love Laughs At Andy Hardy (1947)
Love Laughs at Andy Hardy is a 1946 American film released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, directed by Willis Goldbeck and starring Mickey Rooney and Lewis Stone. The film is also known under its American promotional title Uncle Andy Hardy. This was the 15th, next-to-last Andy Hardy film produced. The final installment, Andy Hardy Comes Home, would be made 12 years later (1958) in a failed attempt to revive the franchise. This film was also noteworthy for being the last to feature veteran character actor Lewis Stone as Judge Hardy. Stone continued his career for the next seven years, making 10 more films until his death in 1953 at age 73.
Brotherhood (Danish: Broderskab) is a 2009 Danish film written by Rasmus Birch and Nicolo Donato, directed by Donato and produced by Per Holst.
Bring Me the Head of the Machine Gun Woman (2012)
Bring Me the Head of the Machine Gun Woman, also known under its original release title of Tráiganme la cabeza de la mujer metralleta, is a 2012 Chilean action comedy that was directed by Ernesto Díaz Espinoza. The film had its world premiere on 23 September 2012 at the Austin Fantastic Fest and was released in Chile on 23 May 2013.
Love Her Madly (2000)
Three obsessed men are suspects in the murder of a sexy college coed.
The Golden Boat (1990)
The Golden Boat is a 1990 American film directed by Raúl Ruiz.
Return, also known as Return: A Case of Passion, is a 1985 independent mystery film, written, directed and co-produced by Andrew Silver. It was Silver's debut theatrical work.
Border Outlaws (1950)
A bounty of $1,000 is offered for the Phantom Rider who has been smuggling narcotics.
Secrets of Monte Carlo (1951)
Secrets of Monte Carlo is a 1951 American crime film directed by George Blair and starring Warren Douglas, Lois Hall and June Vincent.
Call a Messenger (1939)
Call a Messenger is a 1939 Universal Studios film that starred Billy Halop and Huntz Hall of the Dead End Kids and several of the Little Tough Guys.
Cowboy is a 2013 Malayalam thriller film directed by P. Balachandrakumar starring Asif Ali, Khushboo and master Pankaj Krrishna in lead roles while Bala and Saikumar play the main antagonists and Mythili, Jagathy Sreekumar, Anoop Chandran and Indrans play supporting roles. The film is produced by K. Anil Mathew and music is done by Benny Ignatious and background score is by Rajamani. The film is inspired by the 1995 Hollywood thriller Nick of Time. Cowboy released to a lukewarm critical reception and was a commercial failure. The film released on 15 February 2013.
Test of Faith (1987)
A college student risks losing a scholarship when he defends his beliefs.
In post-apocalyptic Russia, an army captain escorts two deserters back to their unit. One of the deserters commits suicide and the captain bonds with the other soldier.
The Best And The Brightest (2010)
The Best and the Brightest is a 2010 American independent film. Directed by Josh Shelov, the film stars Neil Patrick Harris and Bonnie Somerville as Jeff and Sam respectively, a young couple that moves into New York City. The film centers around the effort they have to put in to get their five-year-old daughter Beatrice (Amelia Talbot) into an elite private kindergarten.
This is director Josh Shelov's debut feature-film, co-written with Michael Jaeger. The film received mostly mixed to negative reviews.
The Monkey Talks (1927)
The Monkey Talks is a 1927 American silent drama film directed by Raoul Walsh and written by Malcolm Stuart Boylan and Elizabeth Pickett Chevalier. The film stars Olive Borden, Jacques Lerner, Don Alvarado, Malcolm Waite, Raymond Hitchcock and Ted McNamara. The film was released on February 20, 1927, by Fox Film Corporation.
Who's Your Daddy? (2004)
Who's Your Daddy? is a 2002 comedy film directed (and co-scripted) by Andy Fickman.
Dead Weight (2002)
Le Boulet is a French film directed by Alain Berbérian and Frédéric Forestier, released in 2002.
While in Los Angeles for a job, a troubled, drug-abusing actress (Heaven Murphy) finds that boredom and unhappiness are the least of her problems.
Princess Warrior (1989)
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No raifu kingu (1989)
A Japanese boy (Ryo Takayama) and his friends become hooked on a supposedly cursed video game called Life King.
The Kid from Left Field (1979)
The Kid from Left Field is a 1979 American made-for-television baseball comedy film starring Gary Coleman and Robert Guillaume. Coleman's first film, it is a remake of the 1953 film of the same name.
China Venture (1953)
A rookie Navy commander and a battle-hardened Marine captain are sent to kidnap a top Japanese admiral held prisoner by Chinese guerillas.
Dr. Stanislaw Burzynski wins one of the largest legal battles, ever, with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration .
Wife, Doctor and Nurse (1937)
Wife, Doctor and Nurse is a 1937 American comedy film directed by Walter Lang.
Benny and Babloo (2010)
Benny and Babloo is a 2010 Bollywood satirical comedy film, produced by Umesh Chouhan and directed by Yunus Sajawal. The film was released in October 2010 under the Chamunda Films banner. The film stars Kay Kay Menon, Rajpal Yadav, Riya Sen, Shweta Tiwari, Rukhsar Rehman, Anita Hassanandani, Richa Chadda, Maushumi Udeshi, Hiten Paintal and Aasif Sheikh in prominent roles.
Dynamite Jim (1966)
During the Civil War, a Union officer tries to move a gold shipment out of Mexico despite the threat of raiders.