Clockstoppers is a 2002 American science fiction comedy film released by Paramount Pictures and Nickelodeon Movies. It was directed by Jonathan Frakes, produced by Gale Anne Hurd and Julia Pistor, and written by Rob Hedden, Andy Hedden, J. David Stem, and David N. Weiss. Its stars are Jesse Bradford, Paula Garcés, French Stewart, Michael Biehn, Robin Thomas, and Julia Sweeney.
Angels Fall (2007)
Angels Fall is a 2007 American mystery thriller romantic drama television film directed by Ralph Hemecker and starring Heather Locklear and Johnathon Schaech. It is based on the Nora Roberts novel of the same name. The film is about a beautiful chef who moves to a small town in Wyoming after her Boston restaurant is shut down because of a fatal shooting. The movie debuted January 29, 2007 on Lifetime Television. At the time, it was one of the top-ten watched telecasts in the history of the network.
Indictment: The McMartin Trial (1995)
Indictment: The McMartin Trial is a film made for television that originally aired on HBO on May 20, 1995. Indictment is based on the true story of the McMartin preschool trial.
Bloody Tie (2006)
A crystal meth dealer with a tragic past is forced to team up with a renegade cop to take down a powerful crime lord. Reminiscent of the Hong Kong action films of the 80s but full of the dark and unpredictable machismo of Korean cinema today, Bloody Ties is a sinister and vicious film noir thriller.
Midas Run (1969)
Midas Run (UK title A Run on Gold) is a 1969 American comedy film directed by Alf Kjellin and starring Richard Crenna, Anne Heywood and, in one of his final big-screen roles, Fred Astaire.
Comanche Territory (1950)
Comanche Territory is a 1950 American Technicolor Western film directed by George Sherman starring Maureen O'Hara and Macdonald Carey. Jim Bowie is sent into Comanche country by the government on a mission to draw up a treaty allowing the government to mine silver on the Indian's turf. Filming was done in and around the Oak Creek Canyon area of Arizona.
The Navigator: A Medieval Odyssey (1988)
The Navigator: A Medieval Odyssey is a 1988 feature film, an official Australian-New Zealand co-production, directed by Vincent Ward. It won numerous New Zealand and Australian awards, including the Australian Film Institute Award for Best Film, and several awards at European fantasy film festivals.
There Goes The Neighborhood (1992)
Prison psychologist Willis Embry learns about a hidden fortune from a dying convict, and discovers the money is buried beneath the home of Jessica Lodge
Four friends on a weekend trip to Las Vegas get into trouble with a loan shark and have to flee the city. When they become stranded in the desert, something unearthly stalks them in the darkness.
A genetic scientist (Gene le Brock) experiments on himself and eventually turns into a Tyrannosaurus rex.
No Way Home (1997)
No Way Home is a 1996 film written and directed by Buddy Giovinazzo.
La bandera (1935)
La Bandera (released in the United States as Escape from Yesterday) is a 1935 French drama film directed by Julien Duvivier and starring Annabella, Jean Gabin and Robert Le Vigan. It was based on the 1931 novel La Bandera by Pierre Mac Orlan. After committing a brutal murder in Paris, a Frenchman flees to Barcelona where he enlists in the Spanish Foreign Legion. He is sent to fight in Morocco where he unexpectedly bonds with his comrades and marries a local woman before his past begins to catch up with him. Like Duvivier's other works of the period, the film is infused with poetic realism.
In the Name of the Son (2013)
In the Name of the Son (French: Au nom du fils) is a 2012 Belgian drama film directed by Vincent Lannoo. In January 2014 the film received seven nominations at the 4th Magritte Awards.
Il delitto di Via Poma (2011)
A biographical drama featuring Silvio Orlando.
Troubled Waters (2006)
Clairvoyant FBI agent Jennifer Beck is assigned the case of a wealthy couple’s missing daughter, but each clue she finds simply reveals how little time she has left to find the girl.
A hectic caper flick with farcical overtones, Bullseye! doesn't quite hit the....oh, you know. Government scientist Michael Caine and his titled pal Roger Moore plan to auction off a cold fusion formula to the highest bidder. Meanwhile, a pair of con artists-also played by Caine and Moore-impersonate the scientist and his friends in hopes of getting a piece of the action. This leads to an unending supply of comic complications, deadly encounters, wacky recurring characters and Sennett-style chases. Is louder and faster really funnier? You be the judge (but you'll have to catch the film on home video, since it never received a US theatrical release). Roger Moore's real-life daughter Deborah Barrymore shows up as a CIA agent.
The Murder of Fred Hampton (1971)
The Murder of Fred Hampton is a 1971 documentary film which began with the intention of portraying Fred Hampton and the Illinois Black Panther Party. During the film's production, Hampton was assassinated by the Chicago Police Department.
The Christmas Tree (1996)
The Christmas Tree is a 1996 American made-for-television Christmas drama film directed by Sally Field, starring Julie Harris and Andrew McCarthy and produced by Walt Disney Television which premiered on ABC on December 22, 1996.
Little Girls in Pretty Boxes (1997)
A woman (Swoosie Kurtz) realizes her gymnast daughter (Courtney Peldon) may be harmed by the harsh regimen of the girl's world-class coach (Philip Casnoff).
Violence of Action (2021)
Bojan, a ghost from Kane's (Steven Seagal) past, resurfaces and the CIA believes Bojan is in town to protect someone.
Flirting with Danger (1934)
Three devil-may-care powder mixers are sent to work for a South American dynamite plant.
The Haunted Soul of a Woman Artist (1993)
A Chinese prostitute (Tung-Shing Yee) weds, studies painting and becomes a renowned artist and professor in Paris.
In 1990 two people dressed as police officers steal 13 pieces from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston. The job is one of the most successful art thefts in history, and none of the loot has been recovered. Among the 13 priceless works stolen is Vermeer's "The Concert," one of only 35 of the master's surviving works.
Stolen Spring (1993)
Stolen Spring (Danish: ''Det Forsømte Forår'') is a 1993 Danish film adaptation of Hans Scherfig's novel The Stolen Spring. Stolen Spring was shot in 1993 starring some of the biggest stars in Danish Cinema, such as Fritz Helmuth. The book is a collective novel, in that the protagonist isn't a single person, but rather a group. Some critics think that the movie remake has failed to retain this and other thematics, and therefore does not deliver Scherfig's socialist message.
The Lesson (1910)
A hard-working teacher in a small Bulgarian town is driven to desperate measures to avoid financial ruin.
When the Daltons Rode (1940)
When the Daltons Rode is a 1940 American Western film directed by George Marshall starring Randolph Scott, Kay Francis and Brian Donlevy. Based on the book When the Daltons Rode by Emmett Dalton, the sole surviving real-life gang member, and Jack Jungmeyer, the film is about a family friend of the Daltons who tries to dissuade them from becoming outlaws.
Mysterious Island Of Beautiful Women (1979)
An oil worker (Steven Keats) and his buddies crash-land amid fierce women with names like Bambi and Snow.
Grendel is a 2007 American action-fantasy television film directed by Nick Lyon and very loosely based on the Anglo-Saxon epic poem Beowulf. The television film was produced by the Sci Fi channel as an original movie for broadcasting on the Sci Fi cable television network, and began airing on January 13, 2007. In 2010 it was released on DVD from the sister company by Universal Pictures.
Alice Through the Looking Glass (1987)
Alice Through the Looking Glass is a 1987 Australian-Italian animated film nominally based on the novel Through the Looking-Glass by Lewis Carroll. It was directed by Andrea Bresciani and
Richard Slapczynski from a screenplay by Jameson Brewer. The movie starts off with a bored Alice trapped in her house by a snow storm. The film's voice cast includes Janet Waldo as Alice, Mr. T. as the Jabberwock, Phyllis Diller as the White Queen, Jonathan Winters as Tweedledum and Tweedledee, and Alan Young as the White Knight. Much of the film consists of Alice and a jester named Tom Fool magical trickery tragic castle tower red little ball wind tornado golden citizen wonderland journeying through some of the incidents of the novel, while ultimately, the film is more about Alice finding an imaginary friend in Tom Fool than the novel's themes of logic, illogic, and reversal. The film also throws in Heffalumps, rock-throwing cavemen, Ed Sullivan, The Marx Brothers and Humpty Dumpty. There is also a man made entirely out of newspaper, a talking horse and a talking goat. When Alice wakes up, her father plays a game of chess with her, which her dream journey was based on, walking from square to square on a large chessboard.
A fatal event forces an adulterous art photographer (Paul Freeman) and his unfaithful wife (Diana Kent) to trust each other implicitly.
Ukraine Is Not a Brothel (2013)
Ukraine Is Not a Brothel is a 2013 Australian film directed by Kitty Green. The film debuted at the 70th Venice International Film Festival, although was not part of the competition. The documentary concerns the FEMEN (Фемен) movement, a feminist protest group originating from Ukraine.
Surviving Desire (1992)
Surviving Desire is a 1991 American comedy-drama film written and directed by Hal Hartley. It stars Martin Donovan, Julie Kessler, Matt Malloy, Merritt Nelson, and Mary B. Ward.
Prom Queen: The Marc Hall Story (2004)
Prom Queen: The Marc Hall Story is a Canadian television film, which aired on CTV in 2004. The film is about Marc Hall, a gay Canadian teenager whose legal fight to bring a same-sex date to his Catholic high school prom made headlines in 2002.
The Priest's Wife (1970)
The Priest's Wife (Italian: La moglie del prete) is a 1971 Italian comedy film directed by Dino Risi.
Scrambled Beer (2007)
A slacker pretending to be an artist finds that not only is he frittering away hours, but also that he is jumping through them.
Bottled Up: The Battle Over Dublin Dr Pepper (2014)
Dublin Dr. Pepper, a tiny soda plant, fights to retain its identity against a giant corporation.
The Dressmaker (1988)
The Dressmaker is a 1988 British drama film directed by Jim O'Brien and starring Joan Plowright, Billie Whitelaw and Pete Postlethwaite. Set during the Second World War in England, the story concerns a claustrophobic relationship between two middle-aged sisters and their fragile 17-year-old niece. It is an adaptation of the novel The Dressmaker by Beryl Bainbridge.
She Loves Me Not (1934)
She Loves Me Not is a 1934 American comedy film directed by Elliott Nugent and starring Bing Crosby and Miriam Hopkins. Based on the novel She Loves Me Not by Edward Hope, the film is about a cabaret dancer who witnesses a murder and is forced to hide from gangsters by disguising herself as a male Princeton student. Distributed by Paramount Pictures, the film has been remade twice as True to the Army (1942) and as How to Be Very, Very Popular in (1955), the latter starring Betty Grable. The film is notable for containing one of the first major performances of Bing Crosby, and it helped launch him to future stardom. This was also the last film that Miriam Hopkins made under her contract to Paramount Pictures, which began in the early 1930s upon her arrival in Hollywood. In 1935, the film received an Academy Award nomination for Best Original Song for "Love in Bloom".
Mysterious Doctor Satan (1940)
Mysterious Doctor Satan is a 1940 film serial named after its chief villain. Doctor Satan's main opponent is masked mystery man The Copperhead, whose secret identity is Bob Wayne, a man searching for justice and revenge on Satan for the death of his step-father. The serial charts the conflict between the two as Bob Wayne pursues Doctor Satan, while the latter completes his plans for world domination. It was directed by the directorial team of William Witney and John English. Doctor Satan is played by Edward Ciannelli and The Copperhead/Bob Wayne by Robert Wilcox. Henry Brandon was originally intended to play the part of Doctor Satan while wearing a regular devil costume, complete with horns. At the end of the 1930s, however, this would have stretched the audience's imagination too far so a more believable villain was written in the form of a sleek, gangster-style mad scientist played by Ciannelli.
Joey, Robert, William and Michael Dunlop experience victories, bumps and crashes while dominating road motorcycle racing.
Sunday's Children (1992)
Sunday's Children (Swedish: Söndagsbarn) is a 1992 Swedish drama film directed by Daniel Bergman and written by Ingmar Bergman. At the 28th Guldbagge Awards the film won the award for Best Cinematography (Tony Forsberg) and Thommy Berggren was nominated for Best Actor.
House Calls (1978)
House Calls is a 1978 film comedy starring Walter Matthau and Glenda Jackson, directed by Howard Zieff.
Two competing television news teams investigate leads and gradually learn of an apocalyptic storm.
The Naked Gun 2½: The Smell of Fear (1991)
The Naked Gun 2½: The Smell of Fear is a 1991 comedy film. It is the sequel to the 1988 film The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad! and the second installment in The Naked Gun film series. The film stars Leslie Nielsen as the comically bumbling Police Lt. Frank Drebin of Police Squad!. Priscilla Presley plays the role of Jane, with O.J. Simpson as Nordberg and George Kennedy as police captain Ed Hocken. The film also features Robert Goulet (who previously made a "special guest star" appearance on Police Squad!) as the villainous Quentin Hapsburg and Richard Griffiths as renewable fuel advocate Dr. Albert S. Meinheimer (as well as his evil double, Earl Hacker). Zsa Zsa Gabor, Mel Tormé and members of the Chicago Bears have cameo roles.
David Zucker returns from the first entry as director and screenwriter of the film. Jim Abrahams and Jerry Zucker serve as executive producers for the film and receive writing credit due to their contributions to the first entry of the series and the Police Squad! television series. However, neither contributed to the screenplay for the film.
Madame DuBarry is a 1919 German silent film on the life of Madame Du Barry. It was directed by Ernst Lubitsch, written by Norbert Falk and Hanns Kräly with the title role taken by Pola Negri and Louis XV played by Emil Jannings. Its alternative title for United States distribution was Passion.
The Naked Runner (1967)
The Naked Runner is a 1967 British espionage film directed by Sidney J. Furie and starring Frank Sinatra, Peter Vaughan and Edward Fox. It was the last film Sinatra made with Warner Bros. and is largely viewed as being a fairly disastrous end to his association with the studio.
The Missing Gun (2002)
A policeman (Wen Jiang) frantically searches for his revolver and the killer who murdered his former lover (Ning Jing).
Sorceress II: The Temptress (1997)
A man (Greg Wrangler) finds himself amid torture and bizarre rituals in a world where the women seek to capture men's souls.
The Great Train Robbery (1978)
The First Great Train Robbery – known in the U.S. as The Great Train Robbery – is a 1979 film directed by Michael Crichton, who also wrote the screenplay based on his novel The Great Train Robbery. The film stars Sean Connery, Donald Sutherland, and Lesley-Anne Down.
Flesh suitcase (1995)
Balloons filled with heroin are inside the stomachs of two drug couriers (Corey Parker, Kai Ephron) in Los Angeles.
When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth (1970)
When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth is a 1970 horror monster movie starring Victoria Vetri, set in the time of cavemen. The film was made by Britain's Hammer Films. Like several of Hammer's previous films, such as One Million Years B.C. (1966), the film anachronistically portrays dinosaurs and humans alongside each other. Directed and scripted by Val Guest, it was based on a treatment by J. G. Ballard (author of Empire of the Sun), and nominated for an Oscar for its visual effects. The special effects are considered a benchmark in stop-motion animation believability, and the film is referenced in the movie Jurassic Park. Stop-motion effects were created by Jim Danforth, assisted by David W. Allen and Roger Dickens. The landscapes of Earth during the Quaternary period were filmed in Gran Canaria and Fuerteventura (Canary Islands). Locations included Maspalomas beach, Ansite Mountain, Amurga and Caldera de Tejeda. The film was released on DVD as an exclusive from Best Buy with a G-rating, but was quickly recalled because it was the uncut version and contained nudity. The original is now a collector's item. When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth was the third in Hammer's "Cave Girl" series, preceded by One Million Years B.C. (1966) and Slave Girls (1967). It was followed by Creatures the World Forgot (1971). The movie characters talk in a language that was constructed for the film, albeit of only a dozen words or so. A key one of these words that keeps popping up is "Neekro", which means "Kill", or a form of Ritual Murder for dominance.
Splendor is a drama film starring Miriam Hopkins and Joel McCrea, produced by Samuel Goldwyn, and distributed by United Artists.
This is the third film made by Hopkins and McCrea after The Richest Girl in the World and Barbary Coast. The two would also star together in These Three and Woman Chases Man.
The Road Within (2014)
The Road Within is a 2014 American film written and directed by Gren Wells. The film is a remake of the 2010 German film, Vincent Wants to Sea. The film premiered at the 2014 Los Angeles Film Festival and was picked up by Well Go USA Entertainment and given a theatrical release in April 2015.
Maroc 7 (1967)
Maroc 7 is a 1967 British thriller film directed by Gerry O'Hara and starring Gene Barry, Elsa Martinelli, Leslie Phillips and Denholm Elliott. The screenplay concerns an international jewel thief who hatches a plan to go to Morocco and steal a valuable artifact.
Bee On Guard (1951)
Donald tries to steal honey from a bee hive.
Gildersleeve's Bad Day (1943)
Gildersleeve's Bad Day is a 1943 American comedy film directed by Gordon Douglas from a screenplay by Jack Townley. The picture was the second in the Gildersleeve's series produced and distributed by RKO Radio Pictures, based on the popular NBC radio program, The Great Gildersleeve, created by Leonard L. Levinson, and was released on June 10, 1943. The film stars Harold Peary, Jane Darwell and Nancy Gates.
Like Father, Like Santa (1998)
Like Father, Like Santa is a TV movie starring Harry Hamlin and William Hootkins. It premiered on Fox Family in 1998 on their 25 Days of Christmas programming block. The script was written by Mark Valenti.
Mark Twain's America in 3D (1998)
Spanning two centuries, "Mark Twain's America" presents one of the most dynamic on-screen chronicles of the human experience. Twain enjoyed enormous success but also experienced great failures and tragedy. He incurred a large debt as the result of investments in failed patents and suffered the loss of almost his entire family, with the deaths of his wife, his son and two of his three daughters.
The Love Nest (1950)
La casa chica (English: The Little House) is a 1950 Mexican drama film directed by Roberto Gavaldón and starring Dolores del Rio.
Disaster is a 1948 American drama film directed by William H. Pine and written by Thomas Ahearn. The film stars Richard Denning, Trudy Marshall, Damian O'Flynn, Will Wright, James Millican and Jack Lambert. The film was released on December 3, 1948, by Paramount Pictures.
Raising The Heights (1998)
In New York's Crown Heights, racial tensions build as neighbors collide. It's a tough pplace to keep your dreams alive. Michael Stallworth, a black teenager, wants to succeed but finds himself giving in to society's pressures. Judy Burke, an ambitious TV reporter, hungers to do serious reporting even to the point of denying her Jewish heritage to get ahead. When a neighborhood drug deal erupts in violence and murder, Michael and Judy's feelings of alienation and frustration turn to outrage. Both take drastic measuresto confront their anger and fears about who they are, realizing that ultimately what separates them is the one thing that can bringthe community together.
Bachelor Flat (1962)
Bachelor Flat is a 1962 American comedy film starring Terry-Thomas, Tuesday Weld, Richard Beymer and Celeste Holm. Filmed in CinemaScope in Malibu, the film is a revised version of director Frank Tashlin's own Susan Slept Here of 1954.
The Second Twin (1966)
A lawyer suspected of murdering the fiance of a woman he has been having an affair with sets out to prove his innocence.
Tomorrow's Another Day (2000)
Tomorrow's Another Day is a 2000 French comedy film directed by Jeanne Labrune.
When four troubled teens and their social workers take a community service trip to a remote Yorkshire village, a minor incident with some local inbred youths rapidly escalates into a violent, deliriously warped nightmare.
El hijo de Huracán Ramírez (1966)
El hijo de Huracán Ramírez is a 1965 black-and-white Mexican Lucha film co-written directed by Joselito Rodríguez and starring David Silva. It is the third installment of the Huracán film series, following the 1962 sequel, El misterio de Huracán Ramírez.
Bronson Lee, Champion (1975)
Hoping to save his grandmother's farm, a kickboxer goes to Japan to fight in a tournament.
The White Raven (1998)
The White Raven is a 1998 action crime thriller starring Ron Silver, Joanna Pacuła and Roy Scheider. Directed by Jakub Z. Rucinski and Andrew Stevens, the film is based on the novel of the same name by Michael Blodgett.
Damon and Pythias (1962)
Il tiranno di Siracusa (English Release Title: Damon and Pythias) is a 1962 Italian/American film directed by Curtis Bernhardt. The film is based on the Greek legend of Damon and Pythias, and set during the reign of Dionysius I of Syracuse (432-367 BC).
Elite Squad: The Enemy Within (2010)
After a prison riot, former-Captain Nascimento, now a high ranking security officer in Rio de Janeiro, is swept into a bloody political dispute that involves government officials and paramilitary groups.
Daughters of Darkness (1971)
Daughters of Darkness (in France, Les Lèvres rouges, and in Belgium, Le Rouge aux lèvres, both literally translated as The Red Lips; in Dutch, Dorst Naar Bloed, meaning "Blood Thirst") is a 1971 Belgian horror film (with dialogue in English), directed by Harry Kümel. It is an erotic vampire film.
The Burning Moon (1996)
The Burning Moon is a 1992 German splatter film directed by Olaf Ittenbach. The film depicts a juvenile delinquent reading two highly gruesome bedtime stories to his young sister, the first involving a blind date who turns out to be a serial killer and the second following a raping, murdering priest who is sent to hell and tortured extensively in the film's most notorious sequence.
Early Spring (1956)
Early Spring is a 1956 film by Yasujirō Ozu about a married salaryman who escapes the monotony of married life and his work at a fire brick manufacturing company by beginning an affair with a fellow office worker. The film also deals with the hardships of the salaryman lifestyle. "I wanted," Ozu said, "to portray what you might call the pathos of the white-collar life."
In The Blood (1989)
Filmmaker George Butler shows his 13-year-old son's initiation as a big-game hunter in Africa, recalling Theodore Roosevelt.
ROT: Reunion of Terror (2008)
A reunion of former high-school classmates turns into a weekend of terror at a remote cabin.
Cool Air (1999)
Cool Air is a 1999 black-and-white horror film directed by and starring Bryan Moore, and co-starring Jack Donner, with cinematography by Michael Bratkowski. It is based on the short story "Cool Air" by H. P. Lovecraft.The film starts a multi-volume series called The H.P. Lovecraft Collection. The series is supposed to feature the best of the films submitted at the H.P. Lovecraft Film Festival.
Tales from the Dead (2008)
Tales from the Dead is a 2007 horror film, written and directed by Jason Cuadrado. The film is an anthology of four ghost stories as told by Tamika, a strange young girl with the ability to communicate with the dead. Each tale deals with loss, pain and vengeance as the spirits who tell them attempt to put things right in the world of the living.
Deep in the Woods (2010)
A wanderer named Timothee (Nahuel Prez Biscayart) arrives in a French village in 1865 pretending to be deaf and mute. He uses tricks to hypnotize a beautiful young woman named Josephine (Isild Le Besco) and takes advantage of her until he is arrested and tried for his crimes.
Chori Chori (1956)
Chori Chori is a 1956 Indian Hindi-language romantic comedy film directed by Anant Thakur, with music by Shankar Jaikishan and lyrics by Hasrat Jaipuri and Shailendra. The film is an unofficial remake of the American film It Happened One Night. Bhagwan Dada, Pran, David, and Johnny Walker have character parts. This was the last film of Nargis-Raj Kapoor, with Nargis doing one cameo appearance in the Raj Kapoor starrer Jagte Raho. The music of Chori Chori had popular tracks including "Aaja Sanam", "Yeh Raat Bheegi Bheegi" in the voices of Lata Mangeshkar and Manna Dey; "Jahan Mein Jati Hun" by Lata and Manna and "Sawa Lakh Ki Lottery," by Mohammad Rafi. The movie would later inspire the unofficial 1991 Hindi re-make Dil Hai Ke Manta Nahin, directed by Mahesh Bhatt and starring Aamir Khan and Pooja Bhatt. Like Chori Chori it too became a hit. Sequences for songs "Pachchi Banoo Udti Phiroon" and "Jahaan Main Jaati Hoon" were shot and released in Technicolor. This was known to be AVM Productions's first film to contain sequences in color. The film was later entirely remastered and recolourised.
Beyond the Curtain (1960)
Beyond the Curtain is a 1960 British drama film written and directed by Compton Bennett and starring Richard Greene and Eva Bartok.
Oscar and the Lady in Pink (2009)
Oscar and the Lady in Pink is a 2009 French-Belgian-Canadian drama film written and directed by Éric-Emmanuel Schmitt. It is based on the novel with the same name.
A City Called Heaven (1998)
Churchgoers are shocked by the new knowledge that a recently deceased member of their parish was a transsexual.
Is Your Honeymoon Really Necessary (1953)
Is Your Honeymoon Really Necessary? is a 1953 British comedy film directed by Maurice Elvey. The film was based on Vivian Tidmarsh's play by the same name.
Azahares para tu boda (1950)
Azahares para tu boda ("Orange Blossom for your Wedding") is a 1950 Mexican film. It stars Sara García.
To Find a Man (1972)
To Find a Man is a 1972 American comedy-drama film directed by Buzz Kulik. It was entered into the 1972 Cannes Film Festival. The film introduced actress Pamela Sue Martin.
The Thieves (2012)
The Thieves (Hangul: 도둑들; RR: Dodukdeul; MR: Todukdŭl) is a 2012 South Korean heist film directed by Choi Dong-hoon with an all-star ensemble cast.
Splashy action in overseas locations is mixed with double-dealings and multiple betrayals as a gang of South Korean thieves team up with a Hong Kong crew to steal a diamond necklace from a heavily guarded casino safe in Macau.
With over 12.9 million ticket sales, the action comedy is currently the fifth highest-grossing movie in Korean film history.
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Zhui ma lao (2003)
Leung is the owner of a respectable security company. Trouble begins when he is betrayed by his ambitious younger brother Wen Bao and the film’s villain Yu Haiyang, both more interested in trafficking opium than running a legitimate business. The confrontation escalates to mammoth proportions with Wen Biao single-handedly takes on an army of expert warriors.
The Creature Walks Among Us (1956)
The Creature Walks Among Us, released in 1956, is the third and final installment of the Creature from the Black Lagoon horror film series from Universal-International, following 1955's Revenge of the Creature. The film was directed by John Sherwood, the long-time Universal-International assistant director, in his directorial debut. Jack Arnold, who had directed the first two films in the series, had moved on to "A-list" films, and felt he had no more to contribute to the horror genre. He suggested that his assistant director, Sherwood, could move up to full director, which partly affected Universal's decision to allow him to direct the film. The Creature Walks Among Us starred Jeff Morrow, Rex Reason, and Leigh Snowden, and, like the original Creature from the Black Lagoon, had music composed by Henry Mancini, who at the time was under contract with Universal.
Where a Good Man Goes (1999)
Persecuted by a vindictive policeman, a former gangster (Lau Ching Wan) with money problems falls for an attractive widow (Ruby Wong).
Prince Charming (2001)
Prince Charming is a 2001 television film. It is a comical fairy tale, relating the story of a Prince who is cursed and transported to present-day New York City. The movie stars Martin Short as a wizard squire of modest talents trying to keep his prince from harm, with Christina Applegate as a young woman skeptical of the prince's story, who nevertheless wins his love, and Bernadette Peters as an actress who inadvertently lifts a 500-year curse.
The Cat Creature (1973)
The Cat Creature is a 1973 American made-for-television horror film produced by Douglas S. Cramer and directed by Curtis Harrington from a teleplay by Robert Bloch and starring Meredith Baxter, David Hedison and Gale Sondergaard. The film serves as a tribute to the low-budget Val Lewton horror films of the 1940s and also features an appearance by Kent Smith, who starred in Lewton's original classic Cat People (1942) and its sequel The Curse of the Cat People (1944). It originally premiered as the ABC Movie of the Week on December 11, 1973.
Western is a 1997 road movie directed by Manuel Poirier. It tells the story of the relationship between a Spanish shoe salesman and a Russian hitchhiker as they drive across the French countryside in search of love. The film was selected as the French entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 70th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.
Passion, known in some releases as Passion: The Story of Percy Grainger, is a 1999 Australian drama film about some episodes in the life of the pianist and composer Percy Grainger. It stars Richard Roxburgh as Grainger.
Elopement is a 1951 American comedy film directed by Henry Koster and starring Clifton Webb, Anne Francis, Charles Bickford, and William Lundigan.
Damned If You Don't (1987)
A nun has sexual feelings for another woman.
The Last Rescue (2015)
The Last Rescue is a 2015 war film directed by Eric Colley and starring Brett Cullen.