The Illumination (1972)
Franciszek studies physics until he abandons his convictions to seek meaning in his life.
Four Days In July (1985)
In northern Ireland, a pair of young couples find their lives beset by religious divisions. Eugene (Des McAleer) and Collette (Brid Brennan) are Roman Catholics, while Billy (Charles Lawson) and Lorraine (Paula Hamilton) are Protestants. Each pair is expecting its first child. Yet despite their superficial similarities, the two couples lead very different lives, colored by the region's political troubles. This becomes abundantly evident in the lead up to the Protestant July 12 celebrations.
A Fight to the Finish (1937)
A taxicab driver (Don Terry) and his friends form their own company after a thuggish rival (Ward Bond) frames him for a crime and steals his job.
Stranger from Venus (1954)
A woman (Patricia Neal) meets a man (Helmut Dantine) with no pulse who is here from Venus to warn Earth about the atom.
A Gentle Gangster (1943)
A roadhouse owner puts the squeeze on three former racketeers who traded crime for respectability two decades earlier.
A Matter of Morals (1963)
A seductive hostess (Maj-Britt Nilsson) lures an American bank employee (Patrick O'Neal) into a scheme to destroy a Swedish tycoon's business empire.
Rat Fink (1965)
A sadistic rock singer (Schuyler Hayden) will do whatever it takes to become a star. After seducing an older woman in order to steal money from her, the singer travels to Hollywood, Calif., and hires an agent (Hal Bokar), eventually engaging in an affair with the man's wife (Warrene Ott). Meanwhile, he also impregnates a clueless teenager (Judy Hughes) and then forces her to get an abortion from a veterinarian, only to promptly dump her when he suddenly becomes famous.
One War (2009)
Five Soviet women, branded traitors for bearing children fathered by enemy soldiers, await evacuation from their remote island prison camp.
We Don't Care About Music Anyway (2009)
Performers use musical instruments and electronics to create walls of noise that fit in with the group's unique definition of music.
Stage Struck (1925)
Daydreaming waitress Jennie Hagen (Gloria Swanson) fantasizes about becoming a famous actress, while in reality she and her cook boyfriend, Orme Wilson (Lawrence Gray), hope to one day own their own diner. Although Orme loves Jennie, he also has a weakness for stage stars -- so when a riverboat theatrical crew comes to their town, he is smitten by lead actress Lillian Lyons (Gertrude Astor). Desperate to keep Orme, Jennie insists on going onstage to best Lillian, but is soon out of her depth.
The End of the Road (2001)
Filmmaker Brent Meeske chronicles the Grateful Dead's final concert tour in 1995 and the Deadheads that follow the band.
Never Trust Your Wife (2012)
With help from her former partner (Fritz Karl) in crime, a woman and her husband (Harald Krassnitzer) hatch a scheme to commit insurance fraud.
The Assassination (1972)
A journalist (Jean-Louis Trintignant) lures a developing nation's leader (Gian Maria Volonte) to Paris, supposedly to make a television show.
What's Up Front! (1964)
A salesman (Tommy Holden) persuades a bra company to let him sell its wares door to door.
A teenager tries to help an accident victim but finds himself charged with murder instead.
A Box for Rob (2013)
Rob Spencer's world begins to unravel when a dark secret from his childhood becomes reality when a murder happens.
Rules of the Game (1999)
When his friend is left paralyzed after a fight, a man (Louis Koo) joins the attacker's crime ring and works his way up the ranks to wreak vengeance.
Regretting Fish (2011)
Fisher has just stolen $500,000 from a French drug cartel and makes plans to escape from New York City. He gets help from his ex-fiance, Verity, and as the net tightens around them, Fisher realizes he cannot trust anyone.
Long Distance Revolutionary: A Journey with Mumia Abu-Jamal (2013)
Cornel West, Alice Walker, Angela Davis and others discuss the case of Mumia Abu-Jamal, an imprisoned journalist who continues to write, provoke and inspire from behind prison walls.
In The Heat Of Passion (1992)
A woman (Sally Kirkland) and her lover (Nick Corri) pin her husband's death on the real-life rapist the lover portrays on a TV crime show.
The False Madonna (1931)
A wealthy blind boy falls victim to a female con artist who's wormed her way into his home.
Monsoon Wife (2004)
Four Americans become entangled in a web of love and betrayal in Cambodia.
Elmer and Elsie (1934)
A thick-witted trucker reluctantly entertains his ambitious wife's need to control his destiny.
The Assisi Underground (1985)
An Italian bishop (James Mason) puts a young priest (Ben Cross) in charge of hiding Jews in a Nazi-occupied city.
Los Líos de Barba Azul (1954)
A young man wants to marry the daughter of a rich man, but the man asks him to return when he becomes rich as well.
Phone Call from a Stranger (1952)
After discovering that his wife has been unfaithful, attorney David Trask (Gary Merrill) decides to fly to Los Angeles. He becomes friendly with three other passengers, each with his own story: salesman Eddie Hoke (Keenan Wynn), actress Binky Gay (Shelley Winters) and Dr. Bob Fortness (Michael Rennie). When the plane crashes and the other three are among the dead, Trask decides to visit the families of each. He helps them cope and also finds out some surprises about his new friends.
The Last Challenge of the Dragon (1978)
The strong-willed son of a wealthy and powerful man publicly humiliates a rival, causing violent retaliation.
The Conquerors (1932)
Newlyweds (Richard Dix, Ann Harding) head for 1870s Nebraska and build a banking empire spanning three generations.
Carnival in Costa Rica (1947)
Luisa (Vera-Ellen) has a problem. After returning to Costa Rica from her studies in the United States, the young woman discovers that her parents have decided that she will marry Pepe (Cesar Romero). But Pepe has a serious girlfriend and isn't pleased with the setup either. When Luisa falls for U.S. businessman Jeff Stephens (Dick Haymes), the situation gets more complicated. Both Pepe and Luisa struggle to keep their secret lovers from crossing paths with each other -- and their parents.
A young woman explores deep-hearted feelings and humane tendencies in Munnar.
Clive of India (1935)
In 1748 at Fort St. David, India, Robert Clive (Ronald Colman), a disenchanted East India Company clerk, joins the British army to help combat the French. Through brash daring, Clive escapes capture and leads a courageous attack that saves the entire British army. Within a year, Clive becomes the head of Southern India. He then returns to Britain, marries a friend's sister, Margaret (Loretta Young), and gains a seat in Parliament. Yet when uprisings stir India again, Clive is recalled east.
The Island (2009)
Deeply damaged by being abandoned as a child and using fantasy as her only satisfaction, Nikki decides to track down her birth mother and take revenge.
Desert Vigilante (1949)
The Durango Kid (Charles Starrett) bags Mexican-border silver smugglers for Uncle Sam.
Her First Romance (1951)
High-school student Betty Foster (Margaret O'Brien) is smitten with fellow teen Bobby Evans (Allen Martin Jr.), but when her efforts to impress him at his birthday party and in the classroom fail miserably, Betty decides to follow him to Camp Chipawa for the summer, dragging her brother, Herbie (Jimmy Hunt), along with her. While competing with her rival, pretty Lucille Stewart (Elinor Donahue), for Bobby's affections, however, Betty's emotions get the best of her, and trouble ensues.
They Call It Myanmar: Lifting the Curtain (2012)
The filmmaker documents life in the world's second-most-isolated country.
Gothic & Lolita Psycho (2010)
Yuki dons gothic Lolita clothing and becomes a demon of vengeance after her mother is killed by assassins.
Babe, I Love You (2010)
A wealthy architecture professor (Sam Milby) falls in love with a working-class woman (Anne Curtis) who works as a promo girl.
La playa de los galgos (2002)
When not taking care of his mother (Montserrat Salvador), Martin (Carmelo Gmez) searches for his fugitive brother, Pablo (Gustavo Salmern), who has been in hiding for years. After falling for former terrorist Berta (Claudia Gerini), Martin follows the trail of evidence to Denmark. Hoping to learn Pablo's location from psychiatrist Dubbini (Miguel ngel Sol), Martin is distracted from his pursuit when a love triangle emerges, involving himself, Dubbini and the fiery Berta.
Xuxa Requebra (1999)
A young woman prepares dancers to win a contest, which will prevent drug traffickers from buying a school.
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.
The Defiant Ones (1986)
Two men (Robert Urich, Carl Weathers) of different races, who loathe each other, escape from a chain gang shackled together.
Old Mother Riley Overseas (1943)
Innkeeper Riley (Arthur Lucan) sails to Portugal, plays Beethoven in concert and rescues her daughter (Kitty McShane) from wine crooks.
Bloody Murder 2: Closing Camp (2003)
The body count rises as a maniacal killer stalks camp counselors as they prepare to leave for the season.
Why Change Your Wife? (1920)
In this classic silent comedy, Robert (Thomas Meighan) has become bored with his bland and old-fashioned wife, Beth (Gloria Swanson), while her patience is tested by his common desires and lowbrow tastes. Divorcing Beth and remarrying stylish jazz doll Sally (Bebe Daniels) seems like a good idea at the time, but when Robert gets a look at his newly glamorized and revamped ex-wife, he begins to question the hasty switch. Is he too late to win Beth back?
One False Step (2004)
A vixen (Melissa Marie Lewis) emerges from a writer's (Jeffrey Stubblefield) script and influences his life in corrupt ways.
Slackers who live for free in a rock star's mansion find that their ride on the gravy train is coming to an end with the sale of their pal's residence.
I Married a Woman (1958)
An adman (George Gobel) working on a beer account neglects his pregnant beauty-queen wife (Diana Dors).
Folies Bergère de Paris (1935)
In this 1935 musical comedy, featuring the glitzy production numbers of Busby Berkeley, Eugene Charlier (Maurice Chevalier) easily impersonates the married yet unfaithful Baron Cassini (also Chevalier) in his act. When the baron leaves for a secret out-of-country meeting, Charlier gets hired to play him again at a state reception. Both the baron and Charlier romantically toy with the baroness (Merle Oberon) and Charlier's lover, Mimi (Ann Sothern), in an amusing game of mistaken identity.
Bukarest Fleisch (2007)
Lara (Friederike Kempter) goes to Bucharest after her parents' death to see them once more and uncovers a dark secret.
The Ambush: Incident at Blood Pass (1970)
A Japanese warrior is drawn into a complicated plot surrounding a charismatic bandit at a remote mountain pass.
Taina, an Amazon Adventure (2001)
After the death of her grandfather, an orphan (Eunice Baa) is taken in by a scientist who is working on a vaccine for jungle fever.
Song of the Exile (1990)
After going to school in London, Cheung Hueyin (Maggie Cheung) returns to Hong Kong for the wedding of her younger sister. It doesn't take long for the young woman to discover the vast gulf now separating her from her mother, Aiko (Lu Shao-fen). As Cheung prepares for the wedding, she contends with her mother's animosity for the Western customs she's picked up. In search of answers, Cheung dredges up painful memories of the past that shed light on her mother's resentful behavior.
Samurai Banners (1969)
A 16th-century warlord (Kinnosuke Nakamura) and his loyal general (Toshir Mifune) fall in love with the daughter of a slain rival.
The Act (1984)
Political conniving leads to an overly complicated heist.
Momo: The Sam Giancana Story (2011)
The family of a notorious mob leader share stories of his life.
An Argentinian maid secretly marries her employer, but he leaves her soon after to marry a rich woman.
Money Buys Happiness (1999)
Married Money (Jeff Weatherford) and Georgia (Megan Murphy) begin to part when he seeks a spiritual quest, and she, an old suitor.
Without a Fight (2012)
Soccer brings social change in Kibera, Kenya, where one of Africa's largest slums exists.
Bury Me Not on the Lone Prairie (1941)
A mining engineer (Johnny Mack Brown) sets out to bring his brother's killers to justice.
Before My Heart Falls (2012)
A teenager has a key moment in her life before she commits an act she will always regret.
Peg o' My Heart (1933)
Young Peg O'Connell (Marion Davies) is living with her father, Pat (J. Farrell MacDonald), in a small village in Ireland when Sir Gerald Markham (Onslow Stevens) turns up with news. Peg has been left a large inheritance by her late grandfather, providing she spends three years in England training to be a lady and remains separated from her father during this time. But when Pat sends a false report of his death to her in England, Peg believes herself to be alone, and begins to fall for Markham.
Resurrection Mary (2005)
Shawn (Jason Ryan Lovett) has to defeat a beautiful spirit dressed in white to save the soul of his fiance Amy (Rebecca Shea).
Run, Broken Yet Brave (2009)
A sullen teen (Ariel Yurach) awakes to her native heritage during a summer spent on the farm of her Cree grandfather (Joseph Naytowhow).
Sprookjesboom de Film (2012)
Trapped in Winterland, friends from Fairy Tale Tree must find five crystals to return home.
U.S. Seals 2 (2001)
A former soldier (Michael Worth) tries to rescue a kidnapped nuclear physicist from a terrorist (Damian Chapa) who wants her to create warheads.
El Diablo No Tiene Sexo (1995)
A fun-loving womanizer tries to seduce a beautiful woman who turns out to be a transvestite.
Paradise: Faith (2012)
A devout woman's (Maria Hofsttter) faith holds that she bow to the demands of her partially paralyzed, tyrannical husband (Nabil Saleh).
Old Explorers (1990)
Two armchair adventurers (Jose Ferrer, James Whitmore) indulge in searches for lost treasures and the city of Atlantis.
Mr. Cao Goes to Washington (2012)
U.S. Rep. Joseph Cao of New Orleans confronts the realities of racial and partisan politics in the South, while serving two years as a Louisiana congressman.
Once a Thief (1965)
All ex-convict Eddie Pedak (Alain Delon) wants is a fresh start with his wife, Kristine (Ann-Margret), and daughter, Kathy (Tammy Locke), as he tries to rebuild his life in San Francisco, but a few obstacles stand in his way. One is Inspector Mike Vido (Van Heflin) of the SFPD, who believes Pedak is the man who shot him several years back, and wants revenge. The other is Pedak's brother, Walter (Jack Palance), a lifetime criminal who persistently tries to recruit him to pull one last job.
They Were Eleven (1986)
Terror strikes as space cadets aboard a derelict vessel face the possibility of a traitor in their midst.
The Paleface (1922)
Evil oil barons try to kick Indians off their land, and Buster joins the tribe to help them fight.
The Adventurer (1917)
The Tramp breaks out of prison, saves a girl and her mother from drowning, and wrecks a swank party.
The Myth Of The American Sleepover (2010)
Four young people search for love and adventure on the last weekend of the summer.
Tortilla Flat (1942)
Down-and-out Danny Alverez (John Garfield) gets lucky when he discovers he has inherited two vacant houses in a small seaside California town. His two friends, Pilon (Spencer Tracy) and Pablo (Akim Tamiroff), eagerly take advantage of the situation by moving into one of the homes. But when the house burns down, Pilon feels guilty and decides to help Danny get his life together and earn the affection of Dolores (Hedy Lamarr), a local woman with whom Danny is smitten.
A Hindu/Sikh family face challenges when their adopted son falls in love with a Muslim girl.
Tough Enough (1983)
Singing honky-tonk tunes doesn't pay the family bills for Art Long (Dennis Quaid), so he decides to go where the money is: fighting. After winning his first bouts in a local Toughman contest, Art finds himself headed for the national championship. Winning would mean $100,000 and a new start. But does he have the skills to make it to the top? With his wife, Caroline (Carlene Watkins), and fight promoter James Neese (Warren Oates) by his side, Art's about to find out.
Phone Swap (2012)
Two people from different walks of life accidentally switch phones and tread in each other's shoes.
A detective (Gilbert Melki) and his partner (Emmanuelle Devos) investigate the murder of a teenage male prostitute.
A Girl, 3 Guys And A Gun (2001)
A heartbroken man (Brent Florence) and his buddies resort to thievery to raise the cash they need to skip town.
Lloyd the Conqueror (2011)
A tyrannical professor (Mike Smith) coerces three slacker students into joining his LARP league in exchange for a passing grade.
The House Across the Street (1949)
A lowly columnist attempts to reclaim his dignity and his editorial post by tracking down a notorious gangster.
Killer's Freedom (2008)
A man's daughter goes missing after a paroled child-killer moves back to the community.
Santa and the Ice Cream Bunny (1972)
Children and a bunny try to help Santa get his sleigh out of Florida sand.
The Cat Ate the Parakeet (1972)
A pair of hippies leads a 13-year-old boy astray, then deserts him in his time of trouble.
"Wolves" brings to the big screen one of Earth's big predators -- the gray wolf of North America. It took a highly-skilled team to make a film about one of the planets most elusive creatures. The film smashes misconceptions, old wives tales, and stereotypes that have dogged the wolf for centuries.
The Challenge (1948)
Bulldog Drummond investigates the murder of a sea captain who died before revealing the location of his hidden gold.
The Serpent of Death (1990)
An archaeologist (Jeff Fahey) and an innocent beauty (Camilla More) race villains to the treasures of Alexander the Great.
Renfield the Undead (2010)
An insane former vampire slave of Dracula, R. N. Renfield (Phil Nichols), stalks the residents of a city.
Old Chisholm Trail (1943)
A spokesman (Johnny Mack Brown) for cattlemen needs a wily woman's fenced-off water.
The Tenderfoot (1932)
Cowboy Peter Jones (Joe E. Brown) travels from Texas to New York, intent on making a fortune for himself and his mother. Targeting Peter as an easy mark, producers Sam Lehman (Lew Cody) and McLure (Robert Greig) convince him to invest in their show. Attracted to their secretary, Ruth (Ginger Rogers), Peter agrees. However, Ruth predicts the show will be a failure, and when it flops Peter buys out his partners. With Ruth's help, Peter then faces a series of bizarre challenges to revive the show.
Oh, God! You Devil (1984)
Unable to gain any professional momentum as a musician, Bobby Shelton (Ted Wass) casually says he would be willing to sell his soul for success. While performing at a wedding, Bobby meets Harry O. Tophet (George Burns), who guarantees seven years as a star performer in return for his soul. Desperate, Bobby signs with Harry, only to find out the old man actually is Satan. Despite his newfound fame, Bobby misses his family and calls for God (also Burns) to help him.
Parallax Sounds (2012)
The connection between musicians and the city of Chicago.
Bromo and Juliet (1926)
A young man puts on a play but has to watch his drunken father and a persistent cabdriver during the performance.
Half Human (1955)
Japanese and American scientists face a monster whose other half is beast.
Violent Stranger (1957)
The wife (Faith Domergue) of a condemned man tries to save him in England by finding the real killer (Zachary Scott).
My Beautiful Days (2001)
With one month left of military duty, a man (Kim Hyun-sung) re-evaluates his relationship with three women.
The Dark Eyes of London (1939)
In London, philanthropist Dr. Orloff (Bela Lugosi) volunteers his services at a home for blind men, which serves as a cover for his notorious exploits. On the side, Orloff runs an insurance company that offers loans to desperate, unattached men, whom he convinces to list him as a beneficiary. With the aid of a blind man from the home, Orloff then coldly murders the men to collect the insurance. Although the police begin an investigation, Orloff brazenly continues the brutal killings.
Girl from Havana (1940)
Rebels and a singer (Claire Carleton) cause trouble for two U.S. oil-drillers (Dennis O'Keefe, Victor Jory) in South America.
The Murder Man (1935)
Steve Grey (Spencer Tracy) is an ace newspaper reporter with a keen eye for details on the homicide beat. So, when a local rogue is shot and killed, the police pay special attention to Grey's articles, in which he reveals an extraordinary murder plot, fingering the man's business partner, Henry Mander (Harvey Stephens). But once Mander is convicted and on his way to the electric chair, Grey grows increasingly edgy. Slowly, gossip columnist Mary Shannon (Virginia Bruce) realizes why.