Toast (2010)

Toast (2010), a BBC One adaptation broadcast on 30 December 2010 and directed by S. J. Clarkson, is based on the autobiographical novel of the same name by the cookery writer Nigel Slater. The cast includes Freddie Highmore, Helena Bonham Carter, Ken Stott and Oscar Kennedy. The film received a gala at the 2011 Berlin Film Festival. It was released in cinemas on 11 August 2011.

Bir Baba Hindu (2016)

A fierce mobster falls in love with a yoga instructor. When she is kidnapped, he races to find her to prove his love for her.

Firefall: An Epic Family Adventure (2012)

Yosemite Park hosts an annual Firefall event known all over the world. To celebrate its last year, five families gather to witness. No one knows the trouble that are all in.

The Devil At Your Heels (1981)

The Devil at Your Heels is a 1981 documentary that chronicles the attempt of the stuntman and daredevil Ken Carter to jump a rocket-powered car over the Saint Lawrence River, a distance of one mile, which would break all existing records for jumping cars. The documentary opens with some quick framing of the task, including footage of the ramp and the car to be used for the jump, and then chronicles how Carter became a daredevil, including footage of some early jumps. It then follows the ups and downs he experienced in his five-year journey to jump the river. He has a series of financial and technical obstacles. Technical problems include difficulties with the car (the fuel tank keeps blowing up) and the ramp he was planning to jump off (it was bumpy and not necessarily structurally sound). The financial problems are simpler; he kept running out of money and his backers were unhappy. In the fifth year, everything was ready, but two attempts were called off — one because of a short strike by the ground crew, and one because of weather. The backers, desperate to finish, believed that Carter had lost his nerve and called him to a meeting in another city, and then brought in another driver, Kenny Powers, to attempt the jump. Unfortunately, the bumps in the ramp had not been fixed, and as the car accelerated, it started to shake itself to pieces and fell apart in midair. The parachutes deployed and the car landed in shallow water. Powers survived with eight broken vertebrae (he later recovered fully). The effort to make the jump was abandoned. The film closes with Carter vowing to continue trying. However, a few years after the movie was made, the ramp was demolished, and then Carter was killed in 1983 in Peterborough, Ontario, while attempting another stunt. The ramp and its runway were located in a field just west of Hanes Road, south of county road 2 in Morrisburg, Ontario, Canada. The ramp has since been demolished, but the concrete runway still existed in 2010. The title song was performed by the blues performer Long John Baldry. Produced by the National Film Board of Canada, The Devil at Your Heels won the Genie Award for Best Theatrical Documentary.

Girl King (2002)

Girl King is a 2002 Canadian feature-length, drag king pirate movie; directed, produced, written and edited by Ileana Pietrobruno, with cinematography by John Houtman. It stars Chrystal Donbrath-Zinga, Michael-Ann Connor, Raven Courtney, Victoria Deschanel, Joyce Pate and Jonathan Sutton. The music is by Amon Tobin.

Dhool Ka Phool (1959)

Dhool Ka Phool is a 1959 Indian Bollywood film. Produced by B. R. Chopra, it was directed by B.R.'s brother Yash Chopra, this being Yash's first movie as a director, having been an assistant director in B.R.'s earlier film Naya Daur. The film stars Mala Sinha, Rajendra Kumar, Nanda, Leela Chitnis, Jeevan and Ashok Kumar. The story revolves around a Muslim bringing up an "illegitimate" Hindu child and featured the classic song Too Hindu Banega Na Musalman Banega, Insaan Ki Aulaad Hai, Insaan Banega on Manmohan Krishna, who also won the Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role as Abdul Rasheed. Besides that, Mala Sinha received a nomination for Best Actress and Mukhram Sharma for Best Story. The movie was remade in Telugu as Jeevana Teeralu.

Joni (1979)

Joni is a 1980 drama film directed by James F. Collier. It is based on the book of the same name and is the true story of Joni Eareckson Tada (played by herself), a seventeen-year-old girl who becomes paralyzed after a diving accident. Through her physical, emotional and spiritual struggles, Joni learns to trust in God. Billy Graham financed the film through his company World Wide Pictures and appears in a cameo.

Fatal Pulse (1988)


Song of the Wasteland (1947)

Song of the Wasteland is a 1947 American Western film directed by Thomas Carr and written by J. Benton Cheney. The film stars Jimmy Wakely, Lee White, Dottye Brown, Henry Hall, John James and Mike Ragan. The film was released on May 31, 1947, by Monogram Pictures.

Safari (2009)

A gambler (Kad Merad) acts as tour guide for French tourists, who get more than they bargained for on an African safari.

The Last Pogo (1978)

The Last Pogo is a short film made by Colin Brunton in 1978. Shot in Toronto, at the Horseshoe Tavern, The Last Pogo concert on December 1 was billed as "the last punk rock concert" in Toronto—at least for that original wave of punkers circa 1977/1978. Named as ironic tribute to "The Last Waltz", the concert film of the final concert by The Band directed by Martin Scorsese. Featuring performances by The Scenics, The Cardboard Brains, The Secrets, The Mods, The Ugly, The Viletones and Teenage Head, the event also spawned a live recording called And Now Live From Toronto -- The Last Pogo. Apart from the performances, the highlight of the film was probably the shots of the aftermath, because during the show, a bit of a riot occurred. Brunton's crew was ushered outside by police and firefighters, but the sound recordist stuck it out. The film itself was available only in bootleg copies and occasional airings until its release on DVD in 2008. The DVD was released as a tribute to Teenage Head frontman Frankie Venom.

Wildcat Trooper (1936)

A Mountie (Kermit Maynard) works under cover to investigate a feud between rival trappers.

Richard The Lionheart (2013)

The aging King Henry II has chosen his son Richard to lead England in the coming war against France. To test Richard’s loyalty, honor and skill, Henry sends him to a hellish prison in which the captives must fight a never-ending stream of enemies in order to survive. As Richard overcomes each new challenger, his strength, ingenuity and character are proven, and the legend of Richard the Lionheart is born.

58: The Film (2011)

Christians across the world work together to end extreme poverty and hunger.

Lost Airmen of Buchenwald (2011)

Allied airmen imprisoned at the Buchenwald Concentration Camp try to survive in the final months of World War II.

The Loner (1987)

Le Solitaire is a French crime film directed and partly written by Jacques Deray.

Oysters at Nam Kee's (2002)

Oysters at Nam Kee's is a 2002 Dutch drama film, directed by Pollo de Pimentel, starring Katja Schuurman and Egbert Jan Weeber.

Abhilasha (1983)

Abhilasha is a 1983 Telugu film, directed by A. Kodandarami Reddy and produced by K.S. Rama Rao. It is the film adaptation of Yandamuri Veerendranath's novel of the same name. Chiranjeevi, Raadhika, Rao Gopal Rao and Gollapudi Maruthi Rao played vital roles. The super hit music for the movie was scored by Ilaiyaraaja.

Coopers' Camera (2009)

Using a secondhand camcorder, a family member documents his dysfunctional clan's holiday.

Big Guy (2009)

A pretty gal (Kate Mara) changes the life of a chubby recluse (Josh Gad).

Never Stand Still (2012)

At the Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival in Massachusetts, Merce Cunningham, Paul Taylor, Bill Irwin and other dancers and choreographers reveal their passion for their art.

Win/Win (2010)

A nobody at an investment bank becomes successful overnight and gradually becomes estranged from his former life.

Fathoms Deep (2011)

A deal gone bad puts two partners-in-crime (Zachary Ryan Block, Robert Dill) on a collision course with an array of twisted villains.

The Murder Farm (2009)

Based on the novel by Andrea Maria Schenkel.

Miss Kicki (2009)

Miss Kicki is a 2009 Swedish-Taiwanese co-production film. It was Norwegian-Taiwanese director Håkon Liu's first motion picture.

Heer Ranjha: A True Love Story (2009)

You mention any good usual love story and it will have all the usual emotions of love, longing, pain, quest and sacrifice. But the moment you mention Heer Ranjha, the word `eternal' is pre fixed to all these emotions eternal love, eternal longing, eternal quest and eternal sacrifice. Time is perhaps the ultimate test of greatness and it is a testimony to the enduring appeal of the story of Heer Ranjha that it continues to be a dearly loved part of the collective and individual memory of millions across the world even after almost 300 years. Even today, people across cultures and languages read and sing about the love story of these two star crossed souls. Many a lover has invoked the names of Heer Ranjha to sanctify his love and to express the immeasurable depth of his feelings for his beloved. Such is the reverence and affection that this story has earned from the people that it is no longer a story but has become a metaphor, a symbol of pure and eternal love. Our film Heer Ranjha is an attempt to capture on celluloid the eternity of this metaphor. Ranjha, flute playing `man mauji' who looks at life with a twinkle in his eye and a smile on his face, is shattered after the death of his loving father. He leaves his home in `Takht Hazaara' after being disillusioned with the behavior of his family and wanders about aimlessly into the unknown world. However, his wandering feet and heart are arrested by just one glimpse of the mesmerizingly beautiful `Heer' from `Jhang Siyaal'. Love blossoms and the two souls are soon pledged to each other for all eternity. However, the bitter `Kaidon' and the wily `Qaazis' conspire to separate the two lovers and Heer is forcibly married off to `Saidaa' of `Rangpur Kherra'. A disconsolate Ranjha renounces the world and wanders around in search of Heer. The two lovers meet again only to be dealt a cruel blow by fate once again. Ultimately the two lovers meet a tragic end but their story doesn't end with their deaths. It grows into a legend instead. Every time a `ghabroo' sighs in love just as Ranjha must have centuries ago, and every time a `mutiyaar' feels the tars of Heer flow from her own eyes, we know that the story of Heer Ranjha has lived on in the heart of every man who has known and experienced love. Heer Ranjha, the film, tries to recreate the legend of the two lovers with utmost sincerity and historical accuracy. The best of technicians and artists form around the world have come together on this film with a common goal the most authentic and lavish retelling of the story of Heer Ranjha. The dialogues have been beautifully crafted to express every emotion and every nuance that plays out in the story. The soulful music covers the entire melody of the story right from the first note of the Ranjha's flute as it wafted across the night air and whispered a promise into Heer's ear, and up to the last painful note of the lovers' last sigh. A lot of research work has been invested into creating the Punjab of those times. Authentic costumes, architecture and characters from centuries ago have been recreated so that the audience can be transported back to a time, centuries ago, when these two star crossed lovers walked the same earth that we tread upon today. Owing to the hard work that has been put into the making of Heer Ranjha, the team behind the film is sure that the audience will be able to have the soul stirring experience of actually touching the essence of Heer Ranjha in its purest form and will surely come back for more.

How to Fold a Flag (2009)

In this follow-up to their documentary "Gunner Palace," filmmakers Michael Tucker and Petra Epperlein focus on the return home of four soldiers from the Iraq War. The veterans are a heavy-metal rocker trying to laugh off the experience, a cage fighter embittered by a dishonorable discharge, a student going back to finish college, and a prospective Congressman. They were all at war together in the same artillery unit, but now must find peace on their own.

Georg (2007)

Georg is a 2007 biography drama film about Estonian singer Georg Ots. It was directed by Peeter Simm and written by Mati Põldre and Alexander Borodyansky. They used interview material from Georg Ots' second wife Asta Ots. The film stars prominent Estonian actor Marko Matvere, Russian actress Anastasiya Makeyeva and Latvian singer Renārs Kaupers. The film was released in Estonia on 5 October 2007. Georg was made together by Estonia, Russia and Finland and it runs approximately 105 minutes. The budget was 32 million kroons, which is the highest for an Estonian film ever. Georg was shot on location in Tallinn, Helsinki and Moscow.

Cyclone (1978)

When a plane goes down in the middle of the ocean, a group of survivors finds refuge on a smaller boat. Trapped in shark infested waters without food or water, the survivors begin to die one by one – well, at least there’s food now…

Ice Dreams (2009)

Years after a tragic accident, a former Olympic figure skater (Jessica Cauffiel) agrees to coach a young student.

Ghost in the Noonday Sun (1984)

Ghost in the Noonday Sun is a 1973 British comedy film, directed by Peter Medak, starring Peter Sellers, Anthony Franciosa and Spike Milligan. The script was written by Evan Jones and Ernest Tidyman (uncredited) with additional dialogue attributed to Spike Milligan. It was produced by Thomas Clyde & Gareth Wigan with cinematography by Michael Reed & Larry Pizer. The title and some of the plot details are based on the book of the same title by Newbery Medal-winning children's author Sid Fleischman.

Tarzan And The Slave Girl (1950)

Tarzan and the Slave Girl is a 1950 film starring Lex Barker as Tarzan, Vanessa Brown as Jane, and Robert Alda as big game hunter Neil. It was directed by Lee Sholem. The plot involves a lost civilization in Africa, a strange illness, and an evil counselor manipulating a prince into kidnapping large numbers of local women. The film was Barker's second portrayal of Tarzan, and Vanessa Brown's only outing as Jane.

Oil on Water (2007)

A couple experience difficulties which tear them apart.

Criminal Intent (2005)

Devon Major (Sebastian Spence) is charged with murdering his ex-wife after he finds her body in her house. He asks Susan Grace (Vanessa Angel), his wife's best friend and a former criminal lawyer, to defend him.

18 Vayasu (2012)

18 Vayasu is a 2012 Indian Tamil psychological thriller film written and directed by R. Panneerselvam starring the actor known as Johnny,Gayathrie plays the lead female role. The music is by Charles Bosco.

Hooking Up (2009)

High-school student Michelle (Leah Viens-Gordon) wants to learn about casual sex from her experienced friend April (Allyson Muoz).

Accident On Hill Road (2009)

Accident on Hill Road is a 2009 Bollywood film, directed by Mahesh Nair and produced by Nari Hira, starring Farooq Sheikh, Abhimanyu Singh, Celina Jaitly. The film is an authorised remake of the 2007 American film Stuck, which is based on the true story of Chante Mallard.

Telethon (1977)

A fading comic (Red Buttons) puts his career on the line as the host of a lavish TV fundraiser, subject to Las Vegas intrigue.

Beran me-e geisha (1959)

Two warring fathers threaten the love between a young geisha and a carpenter.

Bolts & Blip: Battle of the Lunar League (2012)

Two robots battle an evil doctor who threatens the Earth and the moon.

Ankahee (2006)

Ankahee is an Indian semi-biographical romantic thriller film directed by Vikram Bhatt and starring Aftab Shivdasani, Ameesha Patel and Esha Deol. The film was originally titled Aakhir. This movie was based upon the life of former Miss Universe Sushmita Sen, who was publicly in a relationship with Indian film director Vikram Bhatt.

Ammahit phitsawat (2006)

A voyeuristic rapist (Sarunyu Wongkrachang) pursues a beautiful young woman (Bongkoj Khongmalai).

Cane Toads: An Unnatural History (1988)

Cane Toads: An Unnatural History (1988) is a 47-minute documentary film about the introduction of Cane Toads to Australia. Cane Toads were introduced to Australia with the aim of controlling a sugar cane pest, the cane beetle, but they over-multiplied and became a serious problem in the Australian ecosystem. It is often humorous, and is used in high schools and colleges as a complement to curricula in biology, ecology, environmental science, anthropology, geography, and communication. It was filmed in Cairns and Gordonvale in Queensland. The film was nominated for a BAFTA Film Award for Best Short Film. It is distributed in the United States by Radio Pictures. Unusual for a film considered a cult classic, Cane Toads performed very well during its theatrical release. For almost 20 years Cane Toads: An Unnatural History held the title of top grossing non-IMAX documentary for the Australian box office. It remains easily in the top ten today even with the IMAX films included. Released in March 1988, it is recorded as bringing in $613,910 Australian dollars (not adjusted for inflation).

In Our Name (2010)

In Our Name is a 2010 British drama film written and directed by Brian Welsh. It follows a female soldier (played by Joanne Froggatt) who has returned from serving in Iraq and her struggle to adjust back into everyday life. Froggatt won the Best Newcomer award for her performance in the film at the 2010 British Independent Film awards.

Carnival Magic (1981)

Carnival Magic is a 1981 American film directed by Al Adamson and starring Don Stewart. Originally intended as a family-oriented children’s film, it has since gained a cult following in underground and B movie film circles due to its surreal plot and incongruously-adult themes.

Black Pond (2011)

Black Pond is the debut, low budget, independent feature by young British directors Tom Kingsley and Will Sharpe. The film was nominated for the 2012 BAFTA Outstanding British Debut Award. The film stars Chris Langham in his first acting role since being convicted of child pornography charges. The film is reported as having cost £25,000 to make. It is a black comedy about a family who are accused of murder when a stranger comes to dinner. Screen International reported that "The film premiered at the Raindance Film Festival, going on to be nominated for the Raindance award at the BIFAs and two Evening Standard Awards for Best Debut and Best Comedy." The Guardian reported that the film had also been shortlisted for the Guardian First Film Award.

Love at First Hiccup (2009)

The First Time is a 2009 American teen comedy film directed by Barbara Topsøe-Rothenborg, based on the book Love At First Hicup by Dennis Jürgensen. The film is an American remake of the Danish film Kærlighed ved første hik, which was released in 1999. The film is centered on a high school freshman Victor (played by Devon Werkheiser), who falls in love with the beautiful senior Anya (played by Scout Taylor-Compton) at "first hiccup." The film follows their budding romance as they learn to overcome the little hiccups that can be found in all relationships.

The Replacement Suspect (2001)

Fugitive robbers take refuge in a bar that the police have under surveillance because of a suspected arms dealer.

The Hangman (2017)

The life of the hangman responsible for executing Nazis.

Rubbertown (2016)

A resident of Louisville, Ky., tries to move her entire house to another county after suffering through years of regular leaks, spills, and occasional explosions at nearby manufacturing facilities.

An All-Colored Vaudeville Show (1935)

Acrobats, racketeers and musicians.

All-Star Vaudeville (1935)

Contortionists, a duet and comic acrobats.

The Evil That Men Do (2015)

The film opens with two soldiers of a powerful Mexican cartel, having lost their link to humanity, spending their time cutting people into little pieces and sending the parts to their enemies. Enter Marina: the young 10-year-old daughter of a rival cartel boss who is entangled in a struggle for power with their own boss. Their lives are forever changed as Marina fights for her life with her only chance of survival being to reach deep inside the psyche of her captors and find out if there is a dint of compassion left in them.

Buzzin' Around (1933)

Buzzin' Around is a 1933 American Pre-Code comedy film starring Fatty Arbuckle.

The Pracht Inn (2014)

In the 1960s, Holocaust survivors living in a hostel in Jerusalem struggle to revive the Yiddish language.

3-D Rarities (2015)

A collection of rare and historic 3-D motion pictures that has been restored and mastered from archival materials.

The Great Sasuke (2016)

A year in the life of an aging Japanese professional wrestler and politician.

Within These Walls (2015)

When a woman moves into the house where her mother died, she is taunted by an evil spirit.

Noon Gun (2015)

An everyday occurrence -- the ceremonial blast from a canon -- sets off a series of events that are viewed from the perspectives of various residents.

Forced Move (2016)

While on his daily jog, a man discovers that each of his neighbors has been brutally slain. Realizing that the killers are working their way toward his home, he races with everything he's got to save his family.

Thirst (2015)

A blind 23-year-old woman and her cousin take their boyfriends for a weekend getaway in their family's country home. Once there, family secrets come to light as unexpected carnal desires develop.

Chatô - The King of Brazil (2015)

A depiction of the life of media mogul Assis Chateaubriand (Marco Ricca), founder of the Associated Journals, the largest network of radio stations and newspapers in Latin America.

Mantis Fists and Tiger Claws of Shaolin (1977)

A newcomer fends off thugs when they harass a young woman. After raping her, the thugs are found dead in the woods.

Beneath (2014)

A crew of coal miners becomes trapped 600 feet below ground after a disastrous collapse. As the air grows more toxic and time runs out, they slowly descend into madness and begin to turn on one another. Inspired by true events.

South Beach on Heels (2014)

The onstage, backstage and offstage lives of eight drag queens.

Gus Arnheim and His Ambassadors (1928)

The Ambassadors perform in a lavish nightclub.

The Bone Man (2009)

The Bone Man (German: Der Knochenmann) is a 2009 Austrian film directed by Wolfgang Murnberger. The script is based on the novel Der Knochenmann by Austrian author Wolf Haas.

A Few Best Men (2011)

A Few Best Men is a 2011 Australian-British comedy film written by Dean Craig and directed by Stephan Elliott. The film stars Xavier Samuel as a young groom heading to the Australian Blue Mountains with his three best men for his wedding.

Meu Mundo em Perigo (2007)

Elias sees his world fall apart when his ex-wife seeks custody of his son. Fleeing from a crime he committed, he hides in a hotel in downtown Sao Paulo, where he meets Isis, a girl who is also facing personal problems.

N.A.S.A.: The Spirit of Apollo (2012)

Behind the scenes of the band making its debut album.

/afk: Away from Keyboard (2011)

Filmmaker Greg Stuetze investigates online gaming addiction.

The Convoys of Shame (2010)

During World War II, French trains transport prisoners held by Nazi forces.

Branded (1931)

Branded is a 1931 American Pre-Code Western film directed by D. Ross Lederman.

Nothing Special (2010)

A dark and funny tale of an ambitious young woman and her relationship with her bi-polar mother. Louise (Julia Garcia Combs) is living in Los Angeles with her mother, May (Karen Black), who has recently been evicted from her Section 8 apartment.

Moonstalker (1989)

Moonstalker is an Independent Film/slasher/suspense movie. It is directed by Michael O'Rourke (who doubled as screenwriter) and stars Dr. Ernest Abernathy, Blake Gibbons, John Marzilli and Kelly Mullis.

Eat The Rich: The Cannibal Murders (2000)

Police try to track down a family of cannibals living in the sewers of a Nevada city.

Brawler (2011)

Based on true events, BRAWLER is the gripping tale of two brothers caught in the web of a vicious, bone-breaking underground “fight club” set on mob-run New Orleans riverboats. After a devastating personal betrayal, the once-inseparable brothers go head-to-head in a fight to the death.

25 Hill (2011)

25 Hill is a 2011 drama film written and directed by Corbin Bernsen about the All-American Soap Box Derby, the championships of which are held each August in Akron, OH. It stars Nathan Gamble, Corbin Bernsen, Maureen Flannigan, and Ralph Waite.

Padatik (1973)

Padatik is a 1973 Bengali film directed by noted Parallel Cinema director Mrinal Sen.

Holy Land Hardball (2010)

Massachusetts bakery owner Larry Baras dreams of bringing professional baseball to Israel and hires former Red Sox general manager Dan Duquette to help him.

Morgen (2010)

Morgen is a 2010 Romanian drama film written and directed by Marian Crișan, "a low-key satire that takes a droll approach to the serious subject of illegal immigration".

I Know a Woman Like That (2009)

A portrait of women aged 64-94 and the lives they lead.

Let Me Die Quietly (2009)

Tortured by visions of murder victims' final moments, a psychic sets out to stop the death of someone he saw in his premonitions.

Zanzabuku (1956)

In this adventure documentary, filmmaker Lewis Cotlow takes a crew of cameramen to Africa where they experience the thrills and dangers of safari. Cotlow spends time with hunter Carl Hartley, who catches exotic animals for zoos around the world. Hartley shows the skill and patience required to capture wild species such as zebras, leopards, pythons and lions. Additionally, Cotlow and his crew frequently work closely with African tribesmen and other native peoples to film the elusive animals.

The Boathouse Detectives (2010)

The Boathouse Detectives is a 2010 family film written and directed by Eric Hendershot, and stars Ella Harris, Oscar Hoggan, Mason Johnson, McKenzie Richards, Cameron Phelts, Stacee Rickoff, and Darren Ewing.

Adorable menteuse (1962)

Adorable Liar (French: Adorable Menteuse) is a 1962 French drama film directed by Michel Deville.

In fraganti (2009)

Six odd couples encounter a kidnapper at a motel.

En el balcón vacío (1961)

A survivor of the Spanish Civil War tries to remember the traumatic events of her childhood.

My Right to Ravage Myself (2005)

My Right to Ravage Myself is a 2005 South Korean film based on the 1996 novel by Kim Young-ha. It was controversial for its sex scenes and edgy theme of suicide. It was selected to appear in the 7th annual Pusan International Film Festival in 2003 and the 2004 Fribourg International Film Festival.

Dangerous Intruder (1945)

Dangerous Intruder is a 1945 American film noir directed by Vernon Keays, starring Charles Arnt, Veda Ann Borg and Richard Powers .

My Lovely Sister (2011)

Rahma and Robert's conscience is tested through an emotional and passionate journey.

Beauties at War (2009)

Beauties at War is a 2008 French film. Originally titled La guerre des Miss in French, the film aired in France on 9 January 2009, directed by Patrice Leconte. It was also shown at the Seattle International Film Festival 2009.

Zhenikh (1960)

A newly married man must prove his worth to his in-laws.

In-Laws, Out-Laws (2004)

Complications arise when a matriarch (Lydia Shum) decides to divide a fortune among four married sons.

The Overcoat (1952)

The Overcoat (Italian: Il Cappotto) is a 1952 Italian fantasy-drama film directed by Alberto Lattuada. It stars Renato Rascel and is a modern-day version, set in Italy, of the same-named 1842 short tale by Nikolai Gogol. The director's sister, Bianca Lattuada, was one of the production managers and his father, Felice Lattuada, composed the music.

Lying to Be Perfect (2010)

Lying to Be Perfect is a made-for-television movie from Lifetime based on the novel The Cinderella Pact by Sarah Strohmeyer.

The Darkening (2012)

A young man returns to his hometown to rid himself of the nightmares that have plagued him since he witnessed his mother's murder. As soon as they move in, a stranger begins killing townspeople and the man must prove he is not the killer.

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.

Dumping Lisa (2010)

A couple of slackers who help confrontation-challenged guys dump their girlfriends meet their match when a woman refuses to jilted.

Babylon Central (2010)

Sebastian (Joe Steger) forgets to deliver an important package and becomes embroiled with a Saudi prince's (Amr Mounib) play for power.