An injured man struggles through the elements to fulfill his wife's dying wish for a single fig.
Torrente, the Wrong Arm of the Law (1998)
A former policeman (Santiago Segura) enlists his nerdy friend (Javier Cmara) to help bust drug traffickers moving heroin through a Chinese restaurant.
Portia on Trial (1937)
Portia Merryman (Frieda Inescort) is a lawyer assigned to defend a woman on trial for shooting her lover, Earle (Neil Hamilton). Coincidentally, Portia once knew Earle's father and has reason to resent the family.
Not Wanted on Voyage (1957)
Cockney stewards (Ronald Shiner, Brian Rix) don disguises and mingle to catch jewel thieves on a cruise to Tangier.
Castle Rá-Tim-Bum (1999)
A family of wizards practicing magic in its castle awaits a planetary alignment to fortify its powers.
The Big Night (1951)
A 17-year-old (John Barrymore Jr.) grabs a pistol and goes looking for the sportswriter who caned his father (Preston Foster).
Cry for Me, Billy (1972)
A young gunfighter (Cliff Potts) falls in love with an Indian survivor (Oaxchitl) of a cavalry massacre.
Brown of Harvard (1926)
A college freshman faces failure in his athletic endeavors.
Yellow Hair and the Fortress of Gold (1984)
The Pecos Kid (Ken Roberson) and a blonde (Laurene Landon) race a Mexican colonel (Luis Lorento) and renegades to gold guarded by Indians.
Society Dog Show (1939)
Pluto competes against high-society dogs in a dog show and flirts with a cute Pekinese.
Maa Aur Mamta (1970)
Henry entrusts an unwed Maya with the care of a newborn infant, leaving her to explain the presence of the child.
Kentucky Woman (1983)
Maggie Telford (Cheryl Ladd) is a single mother working as a waitress in a small Kentucky town. She gets by with the help of her father, Luke (Ned Beatty), a coal miner. But a life in the mines has given Luke black lung, leaving him unemployed and the family strapped for cash. Desperate to make ends meet, Maggie goes to work in the mines. As a miner, Maggie has to struggle to overcome not only the dangerous work environment, but the sexist attitudes of the male miners.
Badman's Country (1958)
Pat Garrett (George Montgomery) has retired from law enforcement and is on his way to Abilene, Kansas, to meet his sweetheart. He learns that Butch Cassidy (Neville Brand) and his gang are preparing to rob an incoming train carrying half a million dollars, so Garrett calls in Wyatt Earp (Buster Crabbe) and a few other lawmen to move some of Cassidy's gang they've already arrested. When the Abilene locals refuse to stand up to Cassidy and his outlaws, Garrett must take matters into his own hands.
Pony Express Rider (1976)
A young man (Stewart Petersen) joins the pony express and searches for his father's killer.
Mirror, Mirror 4: Reflection (2000)
A homeless man possessing a passageway to hell recruits unhappy teens at a rave party.
Rwanda & Juliet (2016)
Professor Emeritus Andrew Garrod travels to Kigali, Rwanda, to help Rwandan college students from both Hutu and Tutsi backgrounds put on a play.
Como un Relámpago (1996)
A young man (Eloy Azorn) leaves his affluent home in search of his father (Santiago Ramos).
Embraceable You (1948)
A small-time hoodlum (Dane Clark) falls in love with a girl (Geraldine Brooks) he accidentally hits with his car.
On the verge of retirement, a railway driver (Tomokazu Miura) becomes upset when his wife decides to return to nursing.
After the death of his wife, a police commissioner raises their daughter on his own despite the danger he faces in his daily job.
The Backyardigans: Super Secret Super Spy (2007)
An agent must stop a villainous woman from stealing three top-secret containers.
After the Fall of New York (1984)
The good losers of World War III send a hero (Michael Sopkiw) and his sidekicks to find the last fertile woman (Anna Kanakis) on Earth.
Ghosts of Rome (1961)
Italian ghosts panic when their princely host dies and his nephew plans to sell the house.
A Los Angeles policeman (C. Thomas Howell) and a runaway teen (Renee Humphrey) team up to bring down a crime network.
These Three (1936)
Martha (Miriam Hopkins) and Karen (Merle Oberon) graduate from college and turn an old Massachusetts farm into a school for girls. The friends are aided in their venture by local doctor Joe Cardin (Joel McCrea), who begins a relationship with Karen, and a prominent woman whose granddaughter, Mary (Bonita Granville), later enrolls in the new school. Mary soon reveals herself to be a spiteful child and tells a scandalous lie about Martha and Joe that threatens to destroy the lives of all involved.
Caterina Goes to Town (2003)
Catarina (Alice Teghil) moves with her father, Giancarlo (Sergio Castellitto), and mother, Agata (Margherita Buy), from her country town to Rome. At her high school, she finds herself in the middle of a tug-of-war between leftists, led by Margherita (Carolina Iaquaniello), and opposing rightists, led by Daniela (Federica Sbrenna) -- and they all want to use her for their own ends. Her overbearing father gets in on the act, hoping the parents of Caterina's new friends can get his novel published.
Let's Go! (2014)
In 1968, Laura returns to Munich for her father's funeral, where she must face her family's traumatic history.
The Racers (1955)
He may spend his days driving a bus, but Gino Borgesa (Kirk Douglas) is intent on becoming a race-car driver. At the Grand Prix in Monte Carlo, Gino falls for Nicole (Bella Darvi), a beautiful ballerina. Although he lacks the lucrative backing of other drivers, Gino makes a splash on the European racing scene with a series of unprecedented, death-defying wins. But his winner-take-all spirit risks breaking up his relationship with Nicole -- not to mention ending his life on the track.
The Children of Sanchez (1978)
A lusty Mexican laborer (Anthony Quinn) lives with his family in one room, drives out a daughter (Lupita Ferrer), wins a lottery and builds a house.
Gold Coast (1997)
A drifter (David Caruso) and a hit man (Jeff Kober) complicate matters for a mob widow (Marg Helgenberger) who must avoid romance in order to claim her inheritance.
After Midnight (1927)
A practical woman tries to live in her sister's wild style.
Snow White: A Tale of Terror (1997)
An innocent young woman finds refuge from her wicked stepmother (Sigourney Weaver) with seven forest-dwelling outcasts.
Lots of Ice and a Little Bit of Water (2006)
Two sisters (Mariana Ximenes, Paloma Duarte) hatch a plan to kidnap the grandmother who tormented them as children.
The Hairdresser (1984)
A janitor calls on his gay twin for help after having second thoughts about the theft of some cash.
Another Love Story (1986)
An unhappily married businessman (Arturo Bonn) has a homosexual relationship with a younger co-worker.
Professor Mamlock (1938)
A German-Jewish doctor moves to Moscow to escape Nazis.
J'aurais pas dû mettre mes Clarks (2014)
A man's desire for recognition leads to his downfall.
Two-Fisted Law (1932)
A rancher (Tim McCoy) sets out to expose a gang of crooked cattle dealers who swindled him out of his property rights.
Cowboy and Lucky the Last Stand (2012)
Cowboy and Lucky are in over their heads and take their last stand.
Beverly of Graustark (1926)
An American woman impersonates her injured cousin to prevent a villain from taking over his kingdom.
Flight of the Innocent (1992)
Set in southern Italy, 10-year-old schoolboy Vito (Manuel Colao) lives with his family, who profits by kidnapping the children of the wealthy and ransoming them. When Vito's family is killed in a bloody rampage by a competing crime family, he flees to Rome to escape murder at the hands of a scar-faced killer (Federico Pacifici). Taught by his family not to trust the police, he contends alone with certain death and with making amends for the sake of his dead family.
Bermuda Mystery (1944)
A private eye (Preston Foster) and a niece (Ann Rutherford) investigate when six World War I veterans start dying in the same week.
Fred (Michael Caine), a retired composer and conductor, vacations at a Swiss Spa with his longtime friend Mick (Harvey Keitel). As Mick crafts what may be his final screenplay, Fred is given the opportunity to perform for the Queen.
The Star Maker (2012)
A brave boy hopes to fix a machine that stops stars from falling out of the sky.
Betty Co-Ed (1946)
College snobs mistakenly let a carnival singer (Jean Porter) join their sorority.
Bonanza: The Return (1993)
Ben Cartwright's old friend (Ben Johnson) and the ranch foreman (Richard Roundtree) join the family to defend the Ponderosa from a tycoon.
The Wild Affair (1963)
A bride-to-be decides to have one last fling at her office holiday party.
Invasion Quartet (1961)
Injured officers (Bill Travers, Spike Milligan, John Le Mesurier) sneak out of a hospital and cross the English Channel to silence a Nazi cannon.
Season of the Witch (1972)
A bored housewife's life spins out of control after she dabbles in the occult. Written and directed by George A. Romero.
After having a number of chance encounters, New York City cabbie Michael (Eric Schaeffer) and renowned model Sarah (Amanda De Cadenet) begin an unlikely affair. With Sarah's aristocratic husband, Phillipe (Rudolf Martin), away in Europe, she is free to engage in such impulsive infidelity, but eventually the lovers have to confront the reality of their relationship. Just when Sarah thinks she has Michael figured out, however, he makes a surprising revelation.
Survive Girls (2008)
Two sexually charged stories of survival. In "The Hunger" a woman wanders out into the forest to end her life, and "The Hidden" features a young woman accosted in the shower by a stranger with a remarkable resemblance to her boyfriend.
Falasha, Exile of the Black Jews (1983)
Filmmakers visit remote mountain regions to report the persecution and destruction of black Ethiopian Jews.
Always Worthy (2015)
An aspiring actress has to overcome herself to find success in Hollywood.
Enormous Changes at the Last Minute (1983)
New Yorkers Virginia (Ellen Barkin), Faith and Alexandra (Maria Tucci) have men problems in three vignettes based on Grace Paley short stories.
Because I Have the Looks (2012)
Charo, a 13-year-old teenager living illegally in Berlin with her mother, turns to her friend for help when her mother is arrested and she faces deportation.
Teenager Joe Silveri (Matthew Barry) has a troubled relationship with his mother, Caterina (Jill Clayburgh), a renowned opera singer, and her husband, Douglas Winter (Fred Gwynne). After Douglas commits suicide, Caterina moves to Rome to join an opera tour, taking Joe with her. However, Joe becomes increasingly unstable and develops a heroin addiction. Sensing her son is slipping away, Caterina attempts to form a closer bond with him, but the two soon develop an unusual relationship.
Behind the Mask (1946)
The Shadow (Kane Richmond) tracks a killer to a clip joint and exposes a city editor's racket.
Dance Madness (1926)
A young woman enlists a masked dancer's help to teach her straying husband a lesson.
Blondie's Big Moment (1947)
Blondie's (Penny Singleton) chance to be a star throws Dagwood (Arthur Lake) and the household into confusion.
Blonde Blackmailer (1955)
A man (Richard Arlen) wants answers when he gets out of prison after spending seven years for a murder he did not commit.
Gunsmoke Mesa (1944)
The Texas Rangers (Jim Newill, Dave "Tex" O'Brien, Guy Wilkerson) chase outlaws away from the Gold Star mine.
Buried Secrets (2015)
A former policewoman (Sarah Carter) lands in hot water when she writes a novel that seems to describe an actual murder.
Under Wraps (2014)
When Danny activates an ancient curse and turns his parents into mummies, he and his cell phone-addicted sister have to find a way to work together to avoid an ancient pharaoh and save their parents.
Case of the Bloody Iris (1973)
The case concerns a killer who decorates his victims with flowers from a perennial plant.
Family of Cops (1995)
Clearing a daughter (Angela Featherstone) of a murder charge involves a Milwaukee police chief's (Charles Bronson) entire family.
The Maltese Murder Mystery (2008)
People go to extraordinary lengths to avoid and conceal the truth.
A young nurse inspires a famous writer to reconnect with her estranged son.
The Mystic (1925)
An American crook persuades a fake medium and her crew to set up shop in New York.
In 1968, the friendship between two teenage boys, one black and one white, falls apart as the world changes.
Dressed to Wed (2014)
Fernando causes confusion on his wedding day.
Halloween Night (2006)
A horribly burned man (Scot Nery) escapes from a mental institution and terrorizes teenagers at a party.
A man becomes obsessed with finding his missing wife and does the same thing every day.
The Enemy (2000)
After a German chemist, a defector, disappears, his son (Luke Perry) and a CIA agent (Olivia d'Abo) fight a rogue British agent (Roger Moore) for custody of a biotoxin.
Soul Mates (1925)
A woman refuses an arranged marriage to a nobleman because she loves another man.
An alien-thing stalks corporate rivals from U.S. and German spaceships on one of Saturn's moons.
The Goodbye Bird (1993)
A veterinarian (Wayne Rogers) comes to the rescue of a student (Christopher Pettiet) accused of stealing his principal's (Concetta Tomei) talking parrot.
Maigret and the St. Fiacre Case (1959)
The inspector (Jean Gabin) returns to his hometown and investigates the death of a countess (Valentine Tessier).
Day of the Gun (2013)
A widowed rancher promises payback when a prominent Montana rancher puts up a barbed wire fence between their properties.
All of Me (2014)
Mexican women give food and water to migrants.
Remember Me (1995)
In an old seaside house, ghosts haunt young parents (Kelly McGillis, Cotter Smith) who recently lost a child.
Leaving Circadia (2014)
Tom (Evan Mathew Weinstein), superintendent of a Brooklyn brownstone, is a slacker with friends only slightly more responsible. They find their 30s swiftly approaching with harsh realities in tow.
The Devil's Circus (1926)
A man (Charles Emmett Mack) falls in love with a former trapezist (Norma Shearer) victimized by a jealous woman (Carmel Myers).
Dying of Laughter (1999)
After 20 years of personality clashes, a successful comedic duo's (Santiago Segura, El Gran Wyoming) hatred turns violent.
The Road to Mandalay (1926)
A man opposes his daughter's romance with his shady associate.
A Girl in Black (1956)
While on holiday, a man (Dimitris Horn) falls in love with an island woman (Ellie Lambeti) who is the constant victim of harassment.
1916: The Irish Rebellion (2016)
The events that took place in Dublin during Easter week of 1916.
A Colorado man builds his own castle by hand, while a former industrial wrecker uses salvaged metal to create unusual sculptures.
Below the Deadline (1936)
An officer (Russell Hopton) in disguise hunts nightclub punks for a theft in New York's diamond district.
A scientist and a colleague's daughter (Beatrice Boepple) join forces to overthrow a tyrant condemning the masses to concentration camps.
Vigil in the Night (1940)
Nurse Anne Lee (Carole Lombard) loses her job after taking the blame for a mistake made by her sister and fellow nurse. The move forces Anne to accept a position at a hospital in disrepair. At her new job, Anne falls for the young Dr. Prescott (Brian Aherne). Trouble surfaces in the form of hospital administrator Mr. Bowly, who challenges Prescott and makes advances toward Anne. Dealing with another difficult work climate, Anne gets the chance to prove herself when an epidemic breaks out.
Mere Khwabon Mein Jo Aaye (2008)
Sometimes fantasies are better than the real thing. That's what `Mere Khwabon Mein Jo Aaye' is based on, with the male lead being a figment of the heroine's imagination.
Beyond Suspicion (1993)
The wife (Markie Post) of a small-town dentist (Corbin Bernsen) helps a federal agent (Kelsey Grammer) nab him for seven murders committed over 22 years.
Street Gun (1996)
A crime magnate's son is threatened by an ambitious hood's (Justin Pagel) rise to power in his father's organization.
Mr. Doodle Kicks Off (1938)
College officials engineer on-field stunts to ensure that their wealthy benefactor's son becomes a football star.
Taking Care of Business (1990)
After winning tickets to the World Series, Jimmy Dworski (James Belushi) walks out of his minimum security prison and starts hitchhiking to the big game. While in an airport, he discovers a leather datebook that belongs to Spencer Barnes (Charles Grodin), a wealthy corporate businessman who's just been dumped by his wife. At first, Jimmy wants to return it for a reward, but, when he realizes it's filled with credit cards, he decides to hold on to it for just a little longer.
Forest of Bliss (1986)
Filmmaker Robert Gardner documents daily life in the city of Benares, India, one of the most religious areas of the country.
A cyborg (Kris Kristofferson) and a young warrior (Kathy Long) join forces against rebel cyborgs looking for fuel in a barren future.
The Living Legend (1978)
Two commanders reluctantly join forces for a surprise attack on their enemies. From the "Battlestar Galactica" series.
Dillinger and Capone (1995)
Dillinger's (Martin Sheen) reported 1934 death gives him a new life, but Chicago mobster Capone (F. Murray Abraham) wants him to pull one more heist.
La Beaute du Diable (1949)
Scientist and professor Henri Faust (Michel Simon) is set to retire after decades of study, but he feels there is still much to discover. Enter Mephistopheles (Grard Philipe), a minion of Lucifer, who offers to turn Faust into a young man. The scholar agrees, but now that he is young again, he finds himself distracted by women. Mephistopheles starts tempting him with more and more -- money, acclaim, even a princess (Simone Valere) -- in order to make Faust yield his eternal soul.