Manoos, also called Life's for Living, is a 1939 Indian Marathi social melodrama film directed by V. Shantaram. The movie was simultaneously made in Hindi as Aadmi. The film was based on a short story called "The Police Constable". The story was by A. Bhaskarrao, with screenplay and dialogue by Anant Kanekar. The cinematographer was V. Avadhoot and the music was composed by Master Krishna Rao, with lyrics by Kanekar. The cast included Shahu Modak, Shanta Hublikar, Sundara Bai, Ram Marathe, Narmada, Ganpatrao and Raja Paranjpe.
My Teacher, My Love (2018)
A Napoli non piove mai (2015)
Sternstunde ihres Lebens (2014)
Undercover Doctor: Cure me, I'm Gay (2014)
Lo scugnizzo (1979)
1612: Khroniki smutnogo vremeni (2007)
1612 is a 2007 Russian epic historical period drama film about the 17th century Time of Troubles and the Polish–Muscovite War with the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. It was directed by Vladimir Khotinenko and produced by Nikita Mikhalkov. The film was released on November 1, 2007, to coincide with the celebrations of National Unity Day on November 4 that marks the expulsion of Polish troops from Moscow.
Ty Barnett: Issues (2014)
Random Quest (2006)
Stealing Sunrise (2015)
Four criminals attempt to pull off a series of heists before retiring to a beach town.
Preacher Player (1998)
A womanizing con man poses as a minister.
Mayhem Motel (2001)
A sadistic killer preys on the inhabitants of a seedy motel.
Made in Korea: A One Way Ticket Seoul-Amsterdam? (2007)
Adopted as a baby by a Dutch couple, filmmaker In-Soo Radstake embarks on a journey back to Seoul to search for answers to his past.
Black-and-white study of shadows and textures.
It's been a long time since Nicky's disappearance. He vanished without a single trace. After many years of being unable to cope with his abduction, Nicky's eldest brother seeks a resolution when he learns the unspeakable truth.
7, Roshan Villa (2016)
After the death of her businessman father, Renu lives in Mahabaleshwar with her husband Rajas in a bungalow named 7, Roshan Villa. Dealing with a mental condition, she finds herself entangled in a series of strange incidents.
A tramp is asked to help a ship owner sink a ship to collect insurance money.
Octav is a 2017 Romanian drama film directed by Serge Ioan Celebidachi, and produced by Adela Vrinceanu Celebidachi. The title refers to the film's main character. It was selected for the World Cinema section of the Montreal International Film Festival Montreal... Octav was the most successful domestic film at the Romanian box office in 2017.
Ein mieser Tag (2018)
Demi soeurs (2018)
Axis Sally (2021)
Voodoo Apocalypse (2018)
The Girl Allergic to WiFi (2018)
Undermined - Tales from the Kimberley (2018)
Box Office 3D: Il film dei film (2011)
Tom Meets Zizou: Kein Sommermärchen (2011)
Tom meets Zizou – Not a Midsummer Night’s Dream (German title: Tom Meets Zizou – Kein Sommermärchen) is a documentary film by Aljoscha Pause made in 2011. The film deals with the life and career of professional football player Thomas Broich.
The Cross Roads: La Croisée des Chemins (2009)
Sea of Lies (2017)
Die Anfängerin (2018)
We Will Rock You: Queen Live in Concert (1984)
We Will Rock You is a concert film by English band Queen. It was filmed in Montreal, Quebec, Canada at the Montreal Forum on 24 and 25 November 1981.
Dora Heldt: Kein Wort zu Papa (2012)
Ihr seid natürlich eingeladen (2018)
Das Gesicht auf der Wand (1983)
Planet USA (2013)
Once Upon a Time... Indianerland (2017)
Imagine you're 17 and live in high-rise buildings on the outskirts of town. The air flickers: summer. Then the night Jackie twisted your head. In the outdoor pool, fox hair. Imagine how the sparks sparkle from your fingers.
Baggerführer Bob (2014)
Mutter muss weg (2012)
Der Mann aus Kanada (1967)
The Most Beautiful Girl in the World (2018)
Buddy Ogün - V.I.P. Was' los! (2010)
I want to run - Das härteste Rennen der Welt (2012)
Amundsen der Pinguin (2003)
Wie man sich bettet (1981)
Brotherhood of Tears (2013)
Hanni & Nanni (2010)
Hanni & Nanni (2010) is a German film directed by Christine Hartmann. The screenplay of the film was written by Jane Ainscough based on a book written by Enid Blyton.
Das war der wilde Osten (1992)
Never Mind the Wall (2001)
Das sündige Dorf (1940)
The Sinful Village (German: Das sündige Dorf) is a 1940 German comedy film directed by Joe Stöckel and starring Stöckel, Elise Aulinger and Georg Bauer. It is based on the play Das sündige Dorf by Max Neal. A remake was made in 1954 with Stöckel reprising his role. Another version was released in 1966.
It was made at the Bavaria Studios in Munich and on location in Samerberg. The film's sets were designed by the art directors Rudolf Pfenninger and Ludwig Reiber.
Die Geschichte von der Gänseprinzessin und ihrem treuen Pferd Falada (1989)
Schwester Agnes (1975)
Chingachgook, die grosse Schlange (1967)
Chingachgook, die große Schlange is an East German film. It was released in 1967, and sold 5,077,070 tickets. The title translates to Chingachgook, the Great Serpent, and starred Gojko Mitić as Chingachgook.
Military Academy (2007)
Living and Knowing You're Alive (2019)
Die fruchtbaren Jahre sind vorbei (2019)
Blauw in Bulten (2019)
An Innocent Little Game (2004)
A Pink Christmas (1978)
The Pink Panther employs various strategies in an effort to get himself a big holiday dinner.
Ad ovest di Paperino (1981)
A Very Pink Christmas (2011)
All Star Comedy Jam: Live from South Beach (2009)
Paws, Bones & Rock'n'roll (2014)
Paws, Bones & Rock'n'roll (Russian: Ёлки лохматые, translit. Yolki lokhmatye, meaning Shaggy Christmas Trees), is a 2015 Russian comedy film, spin-off from Yolki, featuring the dogs Pirate and Yoko, which appeared in Yolki 3.
Giselle is a 2013 New Zealand drama film written and directed by Toa Fraser. It was screened in the Contemporary World Cinema section at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival. The film is based on the 2012 production Giselle, performed by The Royal New Zealand Ballet which many of the cast members are part of.
Twilight Dinner (1998)
Cold Is the Breath of Evening (2000)
La isla (2010)
Werner - Volles Rooäää!!! (1999)
Das Schulgespenst (1987)
Weihnachtsmann gesucht (2002)
Mother Holly (1961)
Totòtruffa '62 (1963)
Totòtruffa '62 (also known as Totó Vigarista) is a 1961 Italian comedy film directed by Camillo Mastrocinque.
Ice Age (2015)
Shirts Up Knickers Down (1972)
Pancho Villa aquí y allí (2008)
One Minute Before Death (1972)
The Terror (1938)
After a devastating betrayal at the hands of their mysterious employer, gold thieves Soapy Marx (Alastair Sim) and Ferdy Fane (Bernard Lee) are captured by the police. They rot in prison for a decade, and, upon their release, Marx and Fane struggle to track down the man who betrayed them and the massive cache of gold they stole for him. Their paths converge with that of policeman Goodman (Wilfrid Lawson) at the creaky mansion of Col. Redmayne (Arthur Wontner), where nothing is at it seems.
A Haunting in Georgia (2001)
Takim: Mahalle Askina! (2015)
Strange Horizons (1992)
When the Persimmons Grew (2019)
The Monkey King Caused Havoc in Dragon Palace (2019)
Daniel Sosa: Maleducado (2019)
In his second stand-up special, Daniel Sosa reminisces about his childhood, ponders Mexican traditions and points out a major problem with 'Coco.'
Cup-Tie Honeymoon (1948)
Cup-Tie Honeymoon was the first motion picture to be filmed at the Dickenson Road Studios by the Mancunian Film Corporation in 1948, themed around football.
Peor imposible, ¿qué puede fallar? (2002)
Sherlock Holmes and the Valley of Fear (1983)
Sherlock Holmes and the Valley of Fear is a 1983 Australian animated television film produced by Tom Stacey and George Stephenson. It is an adaptation of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's novel The Valley of Fear (1914), the fourth and final Sherlock Holmes novel featuring Sherlock Holmes and Dr. John Watson.
El placer de matar (1988)
Ten Little Indians (1974)
And Then There Were None (a.k.a. Ten Little Indians) is a 1974 film version of the Agatha Christie mystery novel of the same name. Two previous films were released in 1945 and 1965, and a videotaped made-for-television version was broadcast in 1959. This was the second of three versions of Christie's novel to be adapted to the screen by producer Harry Alan Towers; the aforementioned 1965 version, this one made in 1974, and another in 1989. It follows the script of the 1965 version, right down to calling the Oliver Reed character "Hugh" (a name change made to accommodate Hugh O'Brian in the earlier version) instead of "Phillip," which was character's name in the novel and play. This particular adaptation is set in an abandoned hotel in the Iranian desert; the film was shot in the Shah Abbas Hotel (now known as the Abbasi Hotel) in Iran during its pre-revolution days. (The 1965 version was set at a snowed-in mountain chalet, and the 1989 one in the African savanna.) The film is an hour and thirty-eight minutes long, and was the first version of the novel to be filmed in colour. Some versions of the film feature a pre-credit sequence that shows the guests arriving by plane at an airport in Iran, where they subsequently board a helicopter to be transported to the hotel. This prologue was cut from the U.S. release. Herbert Lom, who plays Dr. Armstrong here, also starred in the 1989 version as the General. The film was directed by Peter Collinson.
The Wicked Die Slow (1968)
Reveals the true brutality, passion, and violence that dominates the lives of those ruthless enough to risk their lives in search of adventure in the American Wild West.
Black Jack (1968)
Fuera de juego (2017)
Violent Shit: The Movie (2015)
Rome is shattered by a series of gruesome murders that paint the Eternal City deep red. Italian Police Inspector Aristide D'Amato and his German counterpart Hans Ebert initiate their criminal investigations. They stumble upon the eccentric Professor Vassago - a master of myths and mysteries - who is linked to Senator Vinci - a corrupt politician - mutually driven by power and perversions. The suspicion grows that these atrocious crimes are connected with the return of one of the most heinous serial killers of our time - Karl the Butcher!
Beatrice Cenci (1908)
Lost Treasure of Jesse James (2021)
El cuarto reino. El reino de los plásticos (2019)