The Frame-Up (1937)
The Frame-Up is a 1937 American crime film directed by D. Ross Lederman.
Quicksand is a 2002 action film that was released direct-to-video in March 2003 after a short initial run in theatres in Los Angeles in March 2002. The film stars Michael Dudikoff, Brooke Theiss, Richard Kind and Dan Hedaya. In United Kingdom the film was released on DVD in August 2003. The film is directed by Sam Firstenberg.
Code Of Ethics (1998)
An increasingly realistic computer game leads a woman into a web of political intrigue.
Turn of Faith (2002)
Turn of Faith is a 2001 film directed by Charles Jarrott. It stars Ray Mancini and Mia Sara.
Slackers are hired to count furniture in a discount store.
Dancing Mothers (1926)
Dancing Mothers is a 1926 American black and white silent film drama, produced by Paramount Pictures. The film was directed by Herbert Brenon, and stars Alice Joyce, Conway Tearle, and making her debut appearance for a Paramount Pictures film, Clara Bow. Dancing Mothers was released to the general public on March 1, 1926. The film survives on 16mm film stock and is currently kept at the UCLA Film and Television Archive.
Tiger Tail in Blue (2012)
Because Chris and his wife work opposite schedules, he craves attention and is tempted to cheat when a saucy co-worker shows interest.
American Friends (1991)
Francis Ashby (Michael Palin) is a Victorian-era Oxford instructor who takes a trip to Switzerland, where he befriends vacationing American Caroline Hartley (Connie Booth) and her teenage daughter, Elinor (Trini Alvarado). Both women are romantically interested in Francis, and when he returns to campus, the Hartleys follow him back and move into a nearby home to pursue him. Unfortunately, university professors are forbidden to marry, and Francis must choose between love and his career.
Parvati begins a new life in Canada after her family is swept away in the Asian tsunami.
The $178.92 Movie: An Instructional Guide to Failure (2009)
A struggling rock band decides to make a movie to advance its music career.
Wo yao zuo model (2004)
A frumpy policewoman (Karena Lam) and the male model (Ronald Chen) she is protecting are forced to partner up for an important pageant.
Love Note (1987)
Craig falls for Darby, a bitter young woman with terminal cancer.
Wendigo: Bound by Blood (2010)
Deep in the woods of Pennsylvania, a small town sheriff and a traveling physician investigate a string of brutal murders while dodging hit men and two mysterious people protected by federal agents.
Rainbow Fireflies (2011)
Yuta goes to a place he used to visit with his father and is transported back in time. When he comes back to the present, a miracle occurs to the former children of the village.
2 once di piombo (1966)
Due once di piombo (internationally released as My Name Is Pecos, also known as Il mio nome è Pecos) is a 1967 Italian Spaghetti Western film directed by Maurizio Lucidi.
The film represents the first successful chapter in the "Pecos" film series starred by Robert Woods. It was followed by Pecos Cleans Up.
The Crime of Helen Stanley (1934)
The Crime of Helen Stanley is a 1934 American Pre-Code crime film directed by D. Ross Lederman.
Crime of the Century (1946)
Crime of the Century is a 1946 American crime drama directed by Philip Ford.
The Wayshower (2011)
Jesus (Jsu Garcia) finds an ancient and powerful book that can answer all of his questions, but a dark force steals it, reigniting an age-long battle that Jesus must win on his own.
One Revolution (2011)
Paraplegic Chris Waddell attempts to scale Mount Kilimanjaro with a specially designed handcycle.
An Argentinian maid secretly marries her employer, but he leaves her soon after to marry a rich woman.
El baisano Jalil (1942)
El baisano Jalil is a 1942 Mexican film. It stars Sara García. Story about Lebanese-immigrants to Mexico in the earlier 19th century.
Sweet and Low-Down (1944)
Sweet and Low-Down (1944) is a film directed by Archie Mayo, and starring Benny Goodman and Linda Darnell. It was nominated for an Academy Award in 1945. The film was a fictionalized version of life with Goodman, his band, and their manager while entertaining at military camps.
City in Darkness (1939)
Charlie Chan in City in Darkness, also titled City in Darkness, is a 1939 mystery film starring Sidney Toler in his fourth performance as detective Charlie Chan.
Rockin' In The Rockies (1945)
Rockin' in the Rockies is a 1945 musical western full-length movie starring the Three Stooges (not to be confused with their 1940 short subject Rockin' Thru the Rockies). The picture was one of the Stooges' few feature films made during the run of their more well-known series of short subjects for Columbia Pictures, although the group had appeared in supporting roles in other features. It is the only Stooges feature with the team's best known line-up (Moe Howard, Larry Fine, and Curly Howard) in starring roles.
A Song for Europe (1985)
the real story of Stanley Adams who blew the whistle on his Swiss employers Hoffman LaRoche - his honesty cost him everything.
Caprice is a 1967 DeLuxe Color comedy-thriller film directed by Frank Tashlin starring Doris Day and Richard Harris. This film and In Like Flint (1967) were the last movies made in CinemaScope, with most studios moving to Panavision and other widescreen processes.
Tactical Unit - No Way Out (2008)
After losing his job and his comrades' friendship, a desperate merchant plans his revenge.
A Girl in Every Port (1928)
Two sailors (Victor McLaglen, Robert Armstrong) travel the world in search of women and adventure, until one decides to get married.
Novye priklyucheniya kapitana Vrungelya (1978)
The New Adventures of Captain Wrongel is a 1978 Soviet children's musical adventure film directed by Gennady Vasilyev loosely based on The Adventures of Captain Wrongel by Andrei Nekrasov.
People of a Feather (2012)
People of a Feather is a Canadian documentary film, directed by Joel Heath and released in 2011. The film explores the impact of the development of hydroelectric dam projects in the Canadian Arctic on the population of eider ducks at Sanikiluaq, Nunavut.
Old Explorers (1990)
Two armchair adventurers (Jose Ferrer, James Whitmore) indulge in searches for lost treasures and the city of Atlantis.
The Frost (2009)
Based on the play by Henrik Ibsen.
Breaking Up Is Hard to Do (2010)
Breaking Up Is Hard to Do is a 2010 romantic comedy film.
Je t'aime, je t'aime (1968)
Je t'aime, je t'aime ("I Love You, I Love You") is a 1968 French science fiction film directed by Alain Resnais from a screenplay by Jacques Sternberg. The plot centres on Claude Ridder (Claude Rich) who is asked to participate in a mysterious experiment in time travel when he leaves hospital after a failed suicide attempt. The experiment, intended to return him after one minute of observing the past, instead causes him to experience his past in a disjointed fashion. His fate is left ambiguous. The film was listed to compete at the 1968 Cannes Film Festival, but the festival was cancelled due to the countrywide wildcat strike that occurred in May 1968 in France. It won two awards – one for best actor, and the other many years later for "best rediscovery" in 2014 (Special Award of the Boston Society of Film Critics). While seldom ranked among Resnais's best works, Je t'aime, je t'aime has received positive reviews since its release. Its synopsis has been cited as an influence on the 2004 Michel Gondry film Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.
Daggers Drawn (1964)
Five men embark on an ill-fated quest to retrieve sunken Nazi treasure.
Case départ (2011)
Case départ (Tee box) is a 2011 French comedy film directed by Lionel Steketee, Fabrice Eboué and Thomas N'Gijol.
Tamahine is a 1963 British comedy film directed by Philip Leacock and starring Nancy Kwan, Dennis Price and John Fraser. It is a film about a Polynesian woman who believes she can change the culture of Hallow School, a British boys' boarding school. The story was filmed at a real boys' boarding school, Wellington College in England.
The film had its World Premiere on 18 July 1963 at the Empire, Leicester Square in London's West End.
Dancers in the Dark (1932)
Dancers in the Dark is a 1932 American pre-Code film about a taxi dancer (Miriam Hopkins), a big band leader (Jack Oakie), and a gangster (George Raft). The screenplay was written by Herman J. Mankiewicz (Citizen Kane), Brian Marlow and Howard Emmett Rogers from Jazz King, a stage drama by James Ashmore Creelman, and directed by David Burton.
Buckaroo: The Movie (2005)
After gang member Jerome (Simon Baker) is sent to work on a farm, he discovers that he needs to find a new direction in life.
Winning Streak (2012)
Winning Streak (Spanish: The Pelayos) is a 2012 Spanish comedy-drama film directed by Eduard Cortés. It stars an ensemble cast that includes Daniel Brühl, Lluís Homar, Miguel Ángel Silvestre, Eduard Fernández and Blanca Suárez. It is based on the exploits of the García-Pelayo family.
The film premiered on 21 April 2012 at the 15th Málaga Film Festival.
Someday This Pain Will Be Useful To You (2012)
Someday This Pain Will Be Useful to You is a 2011 comedy-drama film directed by Roberto Faenza based on Peter Cameron's novel of the same name. It is primarily Italian financed, but was shot in English. The teenage American protagonist was played by eighteen-year-old English actor Toby Regbo and the supporting cast is mainly American.
The film premiered at the 2011 Rome Film Festival and was scheduled for release in Italy in February 2012. It will receive its North American premiere at the 2012 Miami International Film Festival, but no further cinematic release dates have been announced.
The Italian reviews were mixed, but considerable praise was given for Regbo's performance.
Blue Money (1985)
Larry Gormley is a cab driver with dreams of stardom and on one special day, fate steps in. A passenger leaves a large quantity of banknotes in the back of his cab and Larry decides to take the money and run away. His action propels him on a helter-skelter journey of bizarre and hilarious encounters, backed by a fine selection of songs.
Kasba (English: The Town) is a 1991 Indian drama film written and directed by Kumar Shahani. It is based on the short story "In the Ravine" by the Russian playwright Anton Chekhov. The movie is an important work in the Indian Parallel Cinema movement which started in the early 1970s. It is one of the last films to be part of the movement as it died out by the early 1990s.
Joko, Ants and Reeda enter a casino and they have no idea there are demons inside of them waiting to emerge.
In 1995, Richard and Daniel, two fledgling filmmakers, get unprecedented access to a prison, and they speak with a condemned inmate. Their footage is confiscated by the warden and returned 10 years later.
The Green Goddess (1923)
The Green Goddess is a 1923 American silent adventure film based on the play The Green Goddess by William Archer. Set during the British Raj, it stars George Arliss as the Rajah of Rukh, into whose land arrive three British subjects, played by Alice Joyce, David Powell, and Harry T. Morey. Arliss, Joyce and Ivan F. Simpson reprised their roles from the play and also in the 1930 talking film version The Green Goddess. A copy of the film is in the UCLA Film and Television Archive.
Tactical Unit - Partners (2008)
Elite police officers (Simon Yam, Maggie Siu) must thwart the assassination of their chief.
Miles Electric: A Different Kind of Blue (2004)
Miles Electric: A Different Kind of Blue is a 2004 DVD presenting footage of Miles Davis' performance at the British Isle of Wight Festival on August 29, 1970. The film presents interview clips from a range of those involved, including Chick Corea, Dave Holland, Airto Moreira, and musicians who were in Davis' musical orbit at the time such as Carlos Santana. It includes interviews with some of the band's participants.
Kvinnors väntan (1952)
While at a summerhouse, awaiting their husbands’ return, a group of sisters-in-law recount stories from their respective marriages. Rakel (Anita Björk) tells of receiving a visit from a former lover (Jarl Kulle); Marta (Maj-Britt Nilsson) of agreeing to marry a painter (Birger Malmsten) only after having his child; and Karin (Eva Dahlbeck) of being stuck with her husband (Gunnar Björnstrand) in an elevator, where they talk intimately for the first time in years. Making dexterous use of flashbacks, the engaging Waiting Women is a veritable seedbed of Bergman themes, ranging from aspiring young love to the fear of loneliness, with the finale a masterpiece of chamber comedy.
Do You Love Me (1946)
Do You Love Me is a 1946 Technicolor musical film directed by Gregory Ratoff, starring Maureen O'Hara and Dick Haymes.
Harry James's tendency toward womanizing is treated as a great gag, culminating, at the very end of the movie, in a surprise cameo by a very special guest: Betty Grable, to whom James was married at the time.
Blood, Sweat + Vinyl: DIY in the 21st Century (2011)
Three artist-driven record companies redefine the punk rock ethos.
The Sheriff of Fractured Jaw (1958)
The Sheriff of Fractured Jaw (a.k.a. La Bionda e Lo Sceriffo/The Blonde and the Sheriff) is a 1958 British/American CinemaScope Western comedy film directed by Raoul Walsh, starring Kenneth More and Jayne Mansfield. Mansfield's singing voice is dubbed by Connie Francis. It was one of the first Westerns to be shot in Spain.
A philanderer's wife (Eva Mattes) and her two friends (Ornella Muti, Katja Flint) deal with problems involving men.
The Kid (2015)
A fund manager (Leslie Cheung Kwok-wing) takes care of an abandoned baby and meets the mother several years later.
A free-spirited flapper (Billie Dove) falls in love with a staid minister (Raymond Bloomer), but fear of ruining his reputation causes her to marry another man (Huntley Gordon).
Deconstructing Dad: The Music, Machines and Mystery of Raymond Scott (2010)
Filmmaker Stan Warnow profiles his father Raymond Scott, a musician, composer, inventor and electronic-music pioneer.
Do No Harm (2012)
A psychiatrist (Lauren Holly) kidnaps one of her patients, a woman (Deanna Russo) who bears a striking resemblance to her daughter.
La mansión de los Cthulhu (1991)
Fugitive teens hide out in a carnival magician's mansion, stirring ancient soldiers of Satan.
Asambhav is a 2004 Indian Hindi action thriller directed by Rajiv Rai and produced by Gulshan Rai under Trimurti Films banner. It was released on 23 July 2004, starring Arjun Rampal, Naseeruddin Shah and Priyanka Chopra in the lead roles with Dipannita Sharma, Tom Alter, Milind Gunaji and Sharat Saxena playing supporting roles among others. The film was shot entirely in Switzerland.
Charlie Chan in Panama (1940)
Charlie Chan in Panama is a 1940 mystery film starring Sidney Toler. It is an unaccredited remake of Jacques Deval's novel "Marie Galante", produced by 20th Century Fox in 1934, directed by Henry King.
The Eye of the Monocle (1962)
The Eye of the Monocle (French:L'oeil du monocle) is a 1962 French comedy thriller film directed by Georges Lautner and starring Paul Meurisse, Elga Andersen and Gaia Germani. It is the sequel of The Black Monocle (1961).
She Good Fighter (1995)
Two female kickboxers (Dagmar Liekens, Sophie Winters) and a lawyer (Tom van Landuyt) seek vengeance on an evil crime lord.
My Friend & His Wife (2008)
Two men's friendship faces a challenge when their lives go in opposite directions.
After discovering his teacher has been murdered, a brilliant pianist (Michael Lakner) confesses to the crime.
The First Movie (2009)
Director Mark Cousins travels to a small Kurdish village in Iraq and gives hand-held cameras to the children so that they can document their daily lives.
Breathing Under Water (2000)
A globally-minded Australian (Anne Louise Lambert) and her daughter (Maeve Dermody) explore Sydney's dark side with a cab driver (Kristoffer Greaves).
Bittersweet Motel (2000)
Bittersweet Motel (2000) is a documentary about the rock group Phish. The film was directed by Todd Phillips (later the director of Old School and The Hangover) and covers the band's summer and fall 1997 tours, plus footage from their 1998 spring tour of Europe. The documentary ends with The Great Went, a giant two-day festival held in upstate Maine which attracted 70,000 people.
The film's title comes from a Phish song of the same name, which is featured at the end of the movie.
The Refrigerator (1991)
The Refrigerator is a 1991 supernatural comedy horror film starring Julia McNeal, Dave Simonds and Angel Caban. It was written and directed by Nicholas Jacobs. The film tells the story about a couple that move into an apartment in New York with a refrigerator that contains the portal to hell.
Una hora más en Canarias (2010)
With her sister's help, a married woman plans how to get back her attractive lover.
The Conquerors (1932)
The Conquerors is a 1932 American Pre-Code Western film starring Richard Dix and Ann Harding, and directed by William A. Wellman. A young couple move to the American West and build a banking empire.
My Father's Bike (2012)
My Father's Bike (Polish: Mój rower) is a 2012 Polish comedy film directed by Piotr Trzaskalski.
Delayed Reaction (2004)
A Tel Aviv DJ confronts his past as an Israeli officer during the war in Lebanon.
Kandahar Break (2009)
A British engineer is forced to flee Afghanistan in 1999 because of a deadly game of intrigue.
Per is found beaten and unconscious in a suburb, and his family and friends try to find out who is responsible.
Clive of India (1935)
Clive of India is a 1935 American historical biographical film based on Robert, Lord Clive's life. It was written by R.J. Minney and W. P. Lipscomb and directed by Richard Boleslawski. Colin Clive, who appears in the film, was a descendant of Clive.
Lad: A Yorkshire Story (2013)
A lad and his older brother spend the weekend roaming the countryside.
Babe, I Love You (2010)
Babe, I Love You is a 2010 Filipino romantic comedy starring Anne Curtis and Sam Milby. It was produced by Viva Films and ABS-CBN Film Productions. The film was directed by Mae Cruz-Alviar.
The Hand (1981)
It lives. It crawls. And suddenly, it kills!
Academy Award and Golden Globe-winner Michael Caine stars in the film The New York Times called "a clever tale of unusual psychological intelligence and wit."
Caine delivers a spectacular performance as a cartoonist whose hand is severed in an auto accident. While Caine's marriage and career fall apart, the hand mysteriously returns—on its own murder spree.
A chilling tale of horror written and directed by Academy Award-winner Oliver Stone (Natural Born Killers, JFK, Born on the Fourth of July), and co-starring singer-actress Andrea Marcovicci, Viveca Lindfors, Bruce McGill and Mara Hobel.
Second-Story Man (2011)
A man's grip on reality slips away after his partner is killed.
Evim Sensin (2012)
Leyla separates from her husband, but her father helps her repair the link between them.
Two rascals from the city arouse the hopes and greed of a sleepy village when they claim to be developers looking for a site to build a transmission tower.
Bloody Murder 2: Closing Camp (2003)
Bloody Murder 2: Closing Camp is a 2003 American slasher film directed by Rob Spera, and written by John R. Stevenson. It is the sequel to the 2000 film Bloody Murder.
End of Desire (1958)
One Life (French: Une vie) is a 1958 French drama film directed by Alexandre Astruc, starring Maria Schell and Christian Marquand. It is also known as End of Desire in the United States. It is set in the 19th century and tells the story of the unhappy marriage between an idealistic woman of aristocratic background and a cynical man. The film is based on the novel Une Vie by Guy de Maupassant. It was shown in competition at the 19th Venice International Film Festival. It had 2,315,098 admissions in France.
The song "Une Vie", written by Roman Vlad and Marc Lanjean, was released as a single by Maria Schell in 1958, and also covered by Eddie Barclay's big band in 1959.
Agent Beetle (2012)
A cop goes under cover to get the goods on a drug company that gives convicted criminals extraordinary powers.
Land of Genesis (2010)
The filmmaker follows three mammals in their native habitat.
The Female Bunch (1971)
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A Good Man (2009)
A law professor witnesses a colleague, friend and mentor murdering his wife, creating a serious moral dilemma for the former man.
Native Dancer (2008)
An aging shaman (Neisipkul Omarbekova) uses supernatural powers to combat a sleazy gangster (Asel Abutova).
The Youth Killer (1976)
After a young man has a psychic breakdown, his family disintegrates.
Three to Dance (2011)
When a Latvian legionnaire is sentenced to death for deserting the German army, his girlfriend gets involved in a love triangle with a German officer to save the life of her beloved.
Pol is a teenager with a seemingly calm life. However, Pol has a secret: Deerhoof, a cuddly teddy bear who thinks, moves around and with whom he shares his best moments. Life goes on as normal until he befriends Ikari, an enigmatic student with a dark side. After an inexplicable death and a series of strange events, Pol’s routine transforms into an adventure which will take over their lives.
Parachute Nurse (1942)
Parachute Nurse is a 1942 Columbia Pictures film about the Aerial Nurse Corps. The film was directed by Charles Barton.
Sea Rex 3D: Journey to a Prehistoric World (2010)
An underwater journey through the Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous periods.
Attack of the Jungle Women (1959)
Land developers looking to build a highway through the wilds of Central America encounter fierce opposition from a tribe of savage female natives.
Babes in the Goods (1934)
Two women (Thelma Todd, Patsy Kelly) hired to demonstrate washing machines in a department-store window get locked in overnight.
Somewhere West (2011)
Ian is terminally ill and stops getting treatment so he can head out on the road to find solitude and the right place to spend his final moments.
What's Good for the Goose (1969)
What's Good For The Goose, also known as Girl Trouble, is a 1969 British comedy film, starring Norman Wisdom.
It was written and directed by Menahem Golan. The film features pop music by Electric Banana otherwise known as the Pretty Things. The film uses locations around the Southport area, including the Birkdale Palace Hotel.
Yank Tanks (2002)
Filmmaker David Schendel documents the proliferation of American automobiles in Cuba.
Color Adjustment (1992)
Color Adjustment is a 1992 documentary film that traces 40 years of race relations and the representation of African Americans through the lens of prime time television entertainment, scrutinizing television's racial myths. This documentary, narrated by Ruby Dee, was designed as a sequel to Riggs’s Ethnic Notions, now examining racial stereotypes in the broadcast age.
Naduvula Konjam Pakkatha Kaanom (2012)
Naduvula Konjam Pakkatha Kaanom (English: A few pages are missing in between) is a 2012 Indian Tamil black comedy film and the directorial debut for Balaji Tharaneetharan. Featuring Vijay Sethupathi and Gayathrie Shankar in the lead roles, The plot revolves around a young man who forgets a full year of his life, 2 days before his wedding. The music and background score of the film are composed by Ved Shankar and Siddarth Vippin respectively. The film released on 30 November 2012 to very positive reviews from critics. The film was remade in Telugu as Pusthakamlo Konni Pageelu Missing with newcomers Sree and Supraja in lead roles and it was also remade in Kannada as Kwatley Satisha with Satish Neenasam and Sonia Gowda playing lead roles. The film is also being remade in Malayalam as Medulla Oblangata with Rahul Madhav