The Tracker (2000)

Private investigator Connor Spears (Casper Van Dien) reluctantly revisits a past romance when he finds out that the Chinese Mafia has abducted his beautiful ex-girlfriend, Kim (Lexa Doig). Joined by her brother, Rick (Russell Wong), a martial-arts expert, Connor travels from Los Angeles to New York City to rescue Kim. On arrival, the two tough guys must contend with both Chinese and Russian mob factions, but they get unexpected help from Carmen (Francoise Robertson), a no-nonsense taxi driver.

A Heavenly Gamble (2002)

A deceased couple must return to Earth and help people before they will be allowed to remain in heaven.

Pueblo de Madera (1991)

Stories of adultery, friendship, separation and thievery make up life in a small Mexican town.

Time to Say Goodbye? (1997)

A man kidnaps his Alzheimer's-stricken father (Richard Kiley) from his mother (Eva Marie Saint) and family to prevent an assisted suicide.

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.

Good Night, Sweet Wife: A Murder in Boston (1990)

This film examines an actual police investigation from 1989. Charles Stuart (Ken Olin) reports that an African-American male attempted to hold up his automobile. Stuart survived the incident with a gunshot wound, but his pregnant spouse (Annabella Price) and the couple's unborn son both died in a stunning act of violence. The subsequent murder case exposes preexisting race-related biases. But when holes begin to appear in the husband's story, the investigation takes a sharp turn.

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).

The Desperado (1954)

A gunfighter (Wayne Morris) saves a framed Texan (James J. Lydon) from carpetbaggers, twin killers and corrupt state police.

Broth of a Boy (1960)

An Irish codger (Barry Fitzgerald), 110, wants a piece of the action for doing a British producer's TV show.

Penn & Teller Get Killed (1989)

A psychotic fan stalks the bad boys of magic after Penn announces that it would be exciting to dodge an assassin.

Big Executive (1933)

When a married stockbroker falls in love with another woman, he becomes the prime suspect in his wife's accidental death.

Leona Helmsley: The Queen of Mean (1990)

The story of the New York hotel owner (Suzanne Pleshette) is told, from 1953 to her tax-fraud case with husband Harry (Lloyd Bridges).

The United States of Albert (2005)

In the 1920s, Albert (ric Bruneau) sets off from Montreal for Hollywood, intent on a career playing heroes in the movies. Along the way, he finds himself embroiled in numerous adventures, including an encounter with Jack (Roy Dupuis), a ladies' man golfing his way through West Coast deserts. He also meets and falls in love with a radical Mormon, Grace (milie Dequenne), who believes polyandry is the answer to polygamy. Then he's forced to be a real-life hero at a California train stop.

Gypsy (1993)

Ambitious stage mother Rose Hovick (Bette Midler) wants desperately for her daughter, June (Jeffrey Broadhurst), to become the vaudeville star she never was. With the help of savvy but kind-hearted agent Herbie Sommers (Peter Riegert), Rose realizes her aspirations for June, but when her new star rebelliously elopes, June's shy sister, Louise (Cynthia Gibb), reluctantly steps into the spotlight, transforming herself into the legendary burlesque star Gypsy Rose Lee.

The Soldier's Tale (2007)

People discuss war's devastating effects on soldiers.

A Perry Mason Mystery: The Case of the Wicked Wives (1993)

The lawyer (Paul Sorvino) borrowing Perry's office defends the widow (Kathy Ireland) of a fashion photographer (Eric Braeden) with four ex-wives.

Inspired Guns (2014)

Mormon missionaries teach two dimwitted mafia goons who think the Elders are messengers from their boss.

South of the Border (1939)

Secret agent Gene Autry (Gene Autry) and partner Frog (Smiley Burnette) are sent to Mexico on a dangerous mission. There Gene takes a liking to a local lady named Dolores (Lupita Tovar). But, when his bosses reveal to Gene his task, he's stunned to learn that the target of his criminal investigation is his new love's brother, Andreo (Duncan Renaldo). The job takes Gene and Frog to the island of Palermo, Italy, where they discover that greedy Andreo's dealings are about to foment a war.

Journey (1995)

In this drama based on a novel by Patricia MacLachlan, 11-year-old Journey (Max Pomeranc) is heartbroken when his mother, Min (Meg Tilly), skips town, leaving him and his sister, Cat (Eliza Dushku), alone. Then they are sent to live on the family farm with their grandmother Lottie (Brenda Fricker) and grandfather Marcus (Jason Robards). It's a difficult transition, but over time Journey gets used to his new life, especially when Marcus helps the him develop an interest in photography.

The Cycle (2008)

Traveling on a deserted road through the forests of Maine, Carrie Mitchel (Daryl Hannah) almost runs over frightened college student Amy Singer (Leah Gibson). The only survivor of a massacre, Amy describes the horrifying events that took the lives of her Boston University classmates during a field trip to the site of a mine disaster and an ancient Indian burial ground known as the Devil's Ground. But Carrie discovers that Amy's story isn't over yet, and she holds another dark secret.

Eversmile New Jersey (1989)

Women like a foundation-sponsored free dentist (Daniel Day-Lewis) motorcycling through Patagonia, South America.

Deadtime Stories: Volume 1 (2009)

An anthology of horror tales depicts a woman searching for her husband in the jungles of South America, a man finding a jade box on a beach that holds something sinister, and a doctor finding -- during a house call -- a boy with a mysterious illness.

Sins of Silence (1995)

A rape counselor (Lindsay Wagner) goes to jail rather than turning over subpoenaed records of a teen victim (Holly Marie Combs) to the rapist's lawyer.

Painting the Modern Garden: Monet to Matisse (2016)

Through the acclaimed exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts, the film explores the way artists used the modern garden to explore radical and wonderful new ideas.

Dreadnaught (1981)

A laundryman (Biao Yuen) seeks revenge against the violent criminal (Shun-Yee Yuen) who killed his best friend.

Once Upon a Time Maria (2007)

An aspiring filmmaker (Julio Bracho) juggles various lovers named Mara.

Spy(ies) (2009)

In London, an airport baggage handler is forced by French and British intelligence agents to seduce the wife of a businessman with ties to Syrian terrorists.

Mercy (1995)

Revenge drives a teen (Amber Kain) to kidnap the daughter of a New York lawyer (John Rubinstein), her mother's boss.

Stranded (1987)

Misunderstood aliens land in the South and hold a rural teen (Ione Skye) and her grandmother (Maureen O'Sullivan) hostage at night.

Listen Up: The Lives of Quincy Jones (1990)

Director Ellen Weissbrod explores the life and career of Quincy Jones, the creative architect behind countless Grammy Award-winning albums spanning dozens of musical styles. Drawing on candid interviews with some of the biggest names in show business, including Michael Jackson, Aretha Franklin and Barbra Streisand, as well as personal accounts from the producer himself, Weissbrod provides an insightful guide into the work of a still-flourishing musical genius.

Breakfast at Ina's (2015)

The life and history of Ina Pinkney.

Her Master's Voice (1936)

A man (Edward Everett Horton) is forced to pose as a handyman for his wife (Peggy Conklin) and mother-in-law's rich aunt (Laura Hope Crews).

Among the Living (1941)

Twin brothers, one insane, are brought to a dramatic turn of events when the sane one is accused of murder.

Serpent's Lair (1995)

A vigorous seductress (Lisa B.) descends on a Los Angeles man (Jeff Fahey) after a stray cat puts his young wife (Heather Medway) in the hospital.

White Woman (1933)

Gong beaters turn on a ruthless jungle trader and the well-dressed blonde who travels with him.

Saint Seiya Gekijôban (1987)

Eris, the goddess of chaos, uses Elien to revive herself. After she obtains the golden apple, she drains Athena's energy to turn the world into a chaotic place.

Life Happens (2011)

A comedy that's a real mother.

In My Sister's Shadow (1999)

A woman (Nancy McKeon) secretly dates her sister's (Alexandra Wilson) ex-boyfriend (Thomas Joseph McCarthy), gradually realizing he is unstable and dangerous.

El rey pasmado (1991)

The young King of Spain lacks political and sexual experience, so an expert introduces him to that new world.

Shaolin Family Soccer (2004)

A man poses as a nanny so that he can have a hand in raising his bratty grandson.

Can You Feel Me Dancing? (1986)

A blind 19-year-old (Justine Bateman) moves in with her boyfriend to break away from her overprotective family.

Parasmani (1963)

A young man embarks upon a mission to locate a rare gem in exchange for the hand in marriage of the emperor's daughter, with whom he has fallen in love.

I Wonder Who's Killing Her Now (1975)

A man (Bob Dishy) tries to cancel a contract to kill his wife (Joanna Barnes), but the hit man has subcontracted the job.

Night Is My Future (1947)

A young blind man seeks to break his spell of despair through the companionship of an understanding young girl.

Vidas Errantes (1984)

Two filmmakers travel the highland villages displaying movies, what makes them live different situations.

Pecado de amor (1961)

An artist falls in love with a married politician, and when she is accused of murder, the politician's wife takes her daughter.

Imperio de la Fortuna (1986)

A farmer finds his fortune in the world of cock fighting, with his rooster and a woman that brings him good luck.

The Sergeant (1968)

Master Sgt. Albert Callan (Rod Steiger) is a war hero and a no-nonsense leader who reforms his previously mismanaged military base. Although Callan seems collected, he struggles as a closeted homosexual. When the sergeant becomes obsessed with his handsome clerk, Tom Swanson (John Phillip Law), he even disrupts the young man's relationship with his French girlfriend, Solange (Ludmila Mikal). Since Swanson isn't receptive to Callan's advances, it creates major tension between the two men.

They Met in Argentina (1941)

Texas millionaire George Hastings (Robert Middlemass) sends his right-hand man, Tim Kelly (James Ellison), to Buenos Aires, Argentina, to secure the purchase of a famed racehorse. After arriving, Kelly attempts to ingratiate himself with the animal's gruff Irish-Argentinian owner, Don Enrique O'Shea (Robert Barrat). Complicating matters, Kelly falls for O'Shea's lovely daughter, Lolita (Maureen O'Hara). After Kelly fails to secure the horse at auction, he must struggle to save his job.

Flight at Midnight (1939)

Following a death caused by his negligence, a mail pilot prone to foolish behavior is shunned by the industry.

Black Easter (1994)

In the near future a policeman investigates the death of a nurse who smuggled Muslims away from a war zone.

Maya (2001)

Three men rape a 12-year-old (Nitya Shetty) during a ritualistic ceremony in an East Indian village.

Million Dollar Pursuit (1951)

A nightclub operator (Grant Withers) hears a two-bit hood (Norman Budd) plans to rob a department store.

The Strange Mrs. Crane (1948)

An old politician's (Pierre Watkin) bride (Marjorie Lord) kills to hide her past as a badger-game con artist.

The Walter Gretzky Story: Waking Up Wally (2005)

The father (Tom McCamus) of hockey star Wayne Gretzky (Kristen Holden-Ried) struggles to regain his memory after having a stroke.

Guilt (2011)

Two youths deal with the implications of killing another person.

The Wicked Darling (1919)

A gentleman's kindness helps convince a pickpocket (Priscilla Dean) to go straight.

The Saragossa Manuscript (1965)

As the Napoleonic Wars rage across Europe, two officers from opposing armies meet by chance in Saragossa, Spain, where they're mutually bewitched by a book they find. It recounts the story of Alfonso van Worden (Zbigniew Cybulski), a Walloon Guard captain, trying to reach Madrid via the Sierra Moreno Mountains. There, he is at every turn thwarted by concupiscent princesses (Iga Cembrzynska-Kondrati, Joanna Jedryka), a cunning hermit (Kazimierz Opalinski) and an unrelenting Spanish Inquisition.

The Toxic Avenger Part III: The Last Temptation of Toxie (1989)

Tromaville's mutated superhero unwittingly becomes Satan's employee when he takes a job at a sinister megacorporation.

A Secret World (2012)

A young woman from the middle-class goes on a road trip across Mexico.

Jungle Boy (1996)

A boy living harmoniously with animals in the jungles of India helps an archaeologist thwart a greedy treasure hunter.

Sangam (1964)

A woman must choose between two very different men, each of whom claims to love her.

Beyond Dream's Door (1988)

Nightmares bring a college student (Nick Baldasare) to his dream-girl double in a house of living dead.

Bizarre, Bizarre (1937)

Bishop Archibald Soper (Louis Jouvet) pops in for a chat with cousin Irwin Molyneux (Michel Simon). Like Irwin, his wife, Margaret (Francoise Rosay), dislikes Archibald, so makes herself scarce. Archibald is curious about what's become of Margaret, and Irwin -- a scientist whose work as a moonlighting mystery writer has sharpened his skills of imagination -- makes up an excuse to explain his wife's absence. But this leaves the paranoid bishop thinking that hsi cousin has murdered his wife.

Dream House (1998)

A computer controlling a state-of-the-art house decides that new homeowners (Timothy Busfield, Jennifer Dale, Dan Petronijevic) are unfit to reside there.

Vuelve a la Vida (2010)

A love story involves a New York model, a Mexican scuba diver and a shark.

Crónica Roja (1977)

Two young Colombians commit a series of murders in Mexico. Based on real events.

Sex Machine (2005)

An amnesiac (John Howell) awakes with a bandaged head and different body parts.

The Big Bang (2003)

A petty criminal (Justin Capaz) meets his fate in a small Florida town.

The Magic Christmas Tree (1966)

Climbing a tree to save a witch's cat sends a boy on a fantasy to rescue Santa Claus.

Rhino! (1964)

A white hunter (Harry Guardino) helps a zoologist (Robert Culp) tranquilize a couple of rare white rhinos in Africa.

The Naked Heart (1950)

After spending five years in a boarding school in the early 20th century, a young woman returns to her family farm where she must choose between three suitors.

Tim and Susan Have Matching Handguns (2013)

A couple in love swap ammunition in the middle of a gunfight.

Maciste, the World's Greatest Hero (1963)

A strongman (Mark Forest) must save a group of virgins who are slated to be sacrificed to Babylonian conquerors.

The Boarder (2012)

A couple (Leslie Stevens, Carlton Wilborn) adopt a homeless, 11-year-old boy (Andy Scott Harris) who has a knack for causing trouble.

The Seductor (1995)

An adolescent becomes obsessed with attracting the attention of his sexy new neighbor, a married woman.

No Man's Woman (1955)

The police have five suspects after a rich man's (John Archer) scheming wife (Marie Windsor) is found slain in her art studio.

A Strange World (2001)

A crook hopes that a popular television star he has kidnapped will help him break into show business.

Bureaucracy (2009)

An employee with a corrupt boss plots a murder to save his family from hardship.

In the Year 2889 (1966)

Nuclear war devastates much of the world, but old man John Ramsey (Neil Fletcher) manages to survive, and he holes up on his rural property with his daughter, Joanna (Charla Doherty). Because John always believed in the inevitability of nuclear apocalypse, he'd prepared the house with plenty of provisions. Other survivors of the disaster start to show up at the house demanding refuge. John reluctantly lets them in, but there is much tension. Then the mutants appear.

Sinbad: The Fifth Voyage (2014)

Sinbad is tasked with saving the sultan's first born from an evil sorcerer.

Jimmy Carter: Man From Plains (2007)

Filmmaker Jonathan Demme trails former President Jimmy Carter on the promotional tour for his 2006 book "Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid." From small towns to network talk shows, Carter offers his views on the Middle East peace process while contending with a media machine that frequently distorts those views. While critics condemn his comparison of the situation in Palestine to the apartheid of South Africa, Carter responds to their barbs with beguiling equanimity and customary thoughtfulness.

Tournament Tempo (1946)

A talent scout (Jean Rogers) woos a hockey hero (Allan Lane) to Hollywood to star in "The Behemoth."

Snow White (2005)

A young woman (Julie Fournier) who lives to party falls in love with the rebellious singer (Carlos Leal) of a hip-hop band.

Heroes and Sinners (1955)

A load of stolen diamonds are at the heart of the conflict between two ex-pilots.

Bose - The Forgotten Hero (2005)

The last five years in the life of one of India's greatest leaders, Subhas Chandra Bose, leading to his death in 1945.

Forever Within Us (2015)

Six friends go to visit an old friend, but things get out of hand when they suspect someone of infidelity.

The Patient Girl (2014)

Bernard is jealous of Patrick's status and uses a charm to curse him.

Strange Madness (2015)

The black sheep of a struggling family decides to live above his means.

Fart: A Documentary (2016)

The history of passing gas and the humor surrounding it.

Downpayment on Murder (1987)

In this fact-based film, respected white-collar man Harry Cardell (Ben Gazzara) brutally abuses his wife, Karen (Connie Sellecca), for the better part of a decade, until she decides she can take it no more and leaves her treacherous spouse. Later, when she receives custody of the Cardell children, and a police watchman (David Morse) is assigned to protect her, she finally begins to feel safe. Unfortunately, it isn't long before an enraged Harry enlists a deadly gangster to hunt Karen down.

Return of the River (2014)

A community in Washington fights to set a river free, and starts the largest dam removal in history.

Fabricating Tom Zé (2006)

In the 1960s, Tom Z creates a unique form of music that melds traditional song styles with contemporary political messages and flamboyant theatrics. Though he falls into obscurity in the 1970s, Z achieves popularity in America in the 1990s after David Byrne, the singer of the Talking Heads, pioneers the re-release of his music. Riding high on a full-blown comeback, Z continues to make his music and to tour, affirming his place in the pop music canon.

Men (1997)

A single young woman (Sean Young) moves to Los Angeles, gets a job as a chef and has casual affairs.

It Runs in the Family (1994)

In this sequel to "A Christmas Story," Ralphie Parker (Kieran Culkin) struggles to find the perfect spinning top with which to defeat his old rival, Scut Farkus (Chris Owen). Meanwhile, Mrs. Parker (Mary Steenburgen) butts heads with the owner of a new movie theater over a series of questionable giveaways. And, as the Old Man (Charles Grodin) spends the summer teaching Ralphie to fish, the rivalry rages on between the Parkers and their boisterous neighbors, the Bumpus family.

Something Better to Come (2015)

Families grow up in a garbage dump near Moscow.

Seed 2: The New Breed (2014)

A group of stranded female travelers soon find themselves the victims of a serial killer (Nick Principe) and his sick family.

Sunday Lovers (1981)

Four segments by four directors show four men chasing women in France, England, Italy and the United States.

A Brooklyn State of Mind (1997)

A young man (Vincent Spano) learns the truth about his father's death.