Asterix in Britain (1986)

In this animated feature, Roman troops are storming through Europe in the first century B.C., and just a sliver of British soil remains free of Caesar's grasp. After learning of the British plight, Asterix (Roger Carel) and Obelix (Pierre Tornade), two brave souls from similarly besieged Gaul, set out to aid their northern neighbors. Their quest: to deliver a potion that will boost British resolve and fighting skills. By turns, their journey proves whimsical, arduous and terrifying.

Stakeout on Dope Street (1958)

Three adolescents think their prayers have been answered when they stumble upon heroin abandoned by drug dealers.

The Mysterious Magician (1964)

Scotland Yard launches a full-scale investigation to trap a murdering mystic.

3:15 (1986)

A tough teen, Jeff (Adam Baldwin) used to be involved with a local gang, the Cobras. Tired of the violence and drugs, Jeff is through with gang life, but when members of his old crew take over the high school, he must decide whether to take on his former buddies or let them run wild. When the Cobras harm Jeff's girlfriend, Sherry (Deborah Foreman), however, his choice is clear, and he sets out to confront the gang's leader after the school bell rings.

Parsley Days (2000)

A pregnancy delays a woman (Megan Dunlop) from ending her five-year relationship with a birth-control counselor (Mike Le Blanc).

Misión Cumplida (1970)

An honest Public Ministry agent has a daughter studying law and a son who goes to prison for being reckless.

Calamari Union (1985)

Seventeen young men journey through Helsinki, Finland, to reach a coastal town.

Riders to the Stars (1954)

Dr. Richard Stanton (William Lundigan) and Dr. Jerry Lockwood (Richard Carlson) are two daring young scientists who put their lives on the line to explore the universe. Seeking to discover a metal better suited to space travel, these pioneers launch into outer space to retrieve a meteorite. But, after fellow astronaut Walter Gordon (Robert Karnes) is violently killed when attempting to wrangle an enormous meteor, Lockwood panics, leaving Stanton to complete the mission on his own.

The Flemish Farm (1943)

A member (Clifford Evans) of the British air corps returns to his native Belgium to retrieve a flag he had buried before leaving the country.

Cheatin' Hearts (2011)

A man and woman stray after six years of marriage, and they try to salvage their relationship until they realize they were sleeping with the same woman.

Captain Thunder (2011)

During the Third Crusade in Palestine, Prince Killian is tasked with retrieving the Holy Grail from an evil warlord.

Su excelencia (1966)

Cantinflas accidentally becomes ambassador and takes the opportunity to express unappreciated opinions.

Blackbird (2007)

Froggy, a teenage sex worker (Gillian Jacobs), risks everything to be with Baylis (Paul Sparks), a former junkie.

D.O.A. (1981)

A look at the Sex Pistols, the British band best representative of the punk rock movement of the late 1970s.

Pyar Kiya Hain Pyar Karange (1986)

Anand is a Hindu orphan living with a Muslim guardian, Abdul Rehman, in the Northern-most part of India. Anand is a champion skier, and one day Usha watches him ski.

The Night They Killed Rasputin (1960)

Based on the true story of the Russian monk who had a mystical stranglehold on the ruling Romanoffs.

Martha & Ethel (1994)

In this highly personal documentary, filmmakers Jyll Johnstone and Barbara Ettinger revisit the nannies who raised them. Johnstone contrasts her nanny, the no-nonsense German Martha, with Ethel, Ettinger's warm, beloved African-American guardian, examining the now elderly nannies and their impact on the filmmakers' lives. Looking back with fondness -- and sometimes with bitterness toward their busy, absent mothers -- Johnstone and Ettinger tackle their subject with grace and sincerity.

Pay Day (1922)

Charlie and his wife argue over his pay.

Paris Follies of 1956 (1955)

An entrepreneur (Forrest Tucker) stages a musical at a nightclub to impress a millionaire.

The Bank (1915)

Charlie dreams of being a hero during a bank robbery.

Paris Palace Hotel (1956)

Two penniless people each try to convince the other that they're wealthy after meeting in a luxurious hotel.

Spring Madness (1938)

Harvard senior Sam Thatcher (Lew Ayres) and his best friend and roommate, known as The Lippencott (Burgess Meredith), plan to go to Russia after graduation, a decision Sam has kept from his girlfriend, Alex Benson (Maureen O'Sullivan). Alex, at a neighboring women's college, invites Sam to a dance after The Lippencott's girlfriend reveals the boys' plans. A crisis develops when the boys find out the only ship to Russia departs two weeks before graduation -- and the night before the dance.

Service Entrance (2010)

The behavior of two Spanish maids changes the lives of a conservative couple.

Partners of the Sunset (1948)

A cowboy sets out to prevent a young woman from murdering her husband.

Sparrows Can't Sing (1963)

When a British merchant seaman (James Booth) returns home after two years, he finds his wife (Barbara Windsor) living with a married bus driver.

Me and You (2012)

A teenager tells his parents he is going on a ski trip and spends the time alone in the basement.

The Incredible Hulk (1977)

Research scientist David Banner (Bill Bixby), belted by gamma rays, turns into the Hulk (Lou Ferrigno).

The Party's Over (1966)

An industrialist's daughter takes up with a group of London beatniks and, after her disappearance, a death is uncovered.

Carson City Raiders (1947)

A gunslinger (Allan "Rocky" Lane) arrives to put a gang of outlaws behind bars.

Hercules and the Lost Kingdom (1994)

The son (Kevin Sorbo) of Zeus saves a princess (Renee O'Connor) and the city of Troy from a blue monk (Nathaniel Lees) and his cult.

Passport Husband (1938)

A meek, young waiter falls for the charms of a voluptuous nightclub dancer who is a gangster's ex-girlfriend.

Amor vendido (1951)

A dancer whose life has been full of penalties, kills a thug to protect her lover, a crippled composer.

File of Attempted Murder (2010)

A man tries to assassinate the president of the Mexican Republic, Gen. Porfirio Diaz, in 1897.

Smilin' Through (1932)

On the day of his wedding, Sir John Carteret's (Leslie Howard) fiance, Moonyeen (Norma Shearer), is killed by a jealous rival named Jeremy (Fredric March), leaving him emotionally devastated. Carteret spends three decades in seclusion, mostly communing with the spirit of Moonyeen, until he learns that her niece, Kathleen (also Shearer), has become an orphan. He adopts and raises the child as his own but is alarmed when, as a young woman, she falls in love with the son of Moonyeen's murderer.

Phantom Ship (1935)

One crazed seaman (Bela Lugosi) is left after a sailing ship's captain (Arthur Margetson), his wife (Shirley Grey) and his crew die at sea.

Blind Date (1959)

An artist (Hardy Kruger) accused of murdering his lover finds she was the mistress of a high-ranking diplomat.

The People's Enemy (1935)

A gangster learns that his cohorts can't be trusted when he is nabbed by federal treasury agents.

Stablemates (1938)

An alcoholic veterinarian (Wallace Beery) helps a jockey (Mickey Rooney) whose future is riding on a race.

The Saint in Palm Springs (1941)

Following a request from Inspector Fernack (Jonathan Hale), Simon Templar, also known as "The Saint" (George Sanders), enters into a world of theft and murder due to some stamps -- extremely valuable ones. Templar must deliver the goods to the lawful owner (Wendy Barrie), but that's easier said than done when an organized gang will literally kill to acquire the stamps. With the help of an old partner (Paul Guilfoyle), Templar hopes to make good on his assignment and catch the crooks.

The Saint Strikes Back (1939)

Suave private detective Simon "The Saint" Templar (George Sanders) arrives in San Francisco and meets Val (Wendy Barrie), a woman whose police inspector father killed himself after being accused of corruption and dismissed from the force. Convinced of the man's innocence, Templar takes it upon himself to vindicate the memory of Val's father. To do so he must take on the city's most dangerous criminal gang, while also battling hostile members of the police department.

Petty Letters and Love Crimes (2010)

Rosalba loves Danilo , a young man sentenced to many years in prison. To ease the strain of his detention, she decides to write him a passionate letter daily.

The Perfect Clue (1935)

Investigators tackle a case that appears to offer rather dubious leads.

The Underground in the Tunnel of Time (2010)

Five leaders of the Etzel and Lehi, pre-Israel militant groups, escape their British captors in Eritrea and return to their homeland.

The Kiss (1929)

Irene (Greta Garbo) is stuck in a passionless marriage with her husband, Charles Guarry (Anders Randolf). She strays and falls for lawyer Andr Dubail (Conrad Nagel), but their secret relationship doesn't last. Irene then starts hanging around love-struck 18-year-old Pierre (Lew Ayres). Pierre kisses Irene farewell as he departs for school, but Charles walks in on the innocent embrace, leading to a scuffle. Charles is killed, Irene takes the blame and a murder trial full of twists ensues.

The Phantom Stage (1939)

A gun-toting duo rides in to save the day when a woman is threatened with the loss of her stagecoach line.

Goldstein (1964)

The Hebrew prophet Elijah (Lou Gilbert) comes to Chicago from Lake Michigan in the guise of an elderly tramp.

The Phantom Submarine (1940)

A South Seas fortune hunter inadvertently discovers an enemy submarine.

Contracorriente (2006)

The lives of three young woman change completely when they decide to have relations with the men with whom they think they are in love.

Memory of Love (2009)

After a woman and her lover have a car accident, she awakes and realizes that both of them have been taken to the hospital where her husband works as a surgeon.

Let's Rock (1958)

Tommy Adane (Julius LaRosa) is a professional singer once renowned for his smooth crooning. But with the emergence of rock 'n' roll, Adane is finding himself and his performance style painfully out of date. He initially resists the rising influence of this new music -- that is, until his devoted and hip girlfriend, Kathy (Phyllis Newman), personally introduces him to the tunes of her favorite artists. Freshly inspired by some of rock 'n' roll's stars, Adane transforms from crooner to rocker.

Jai Vikraanta (1995)

When Choudhary Amar Singh is killed because of the money he owes a cruel landowner, his son decides to avenge him.

Devil's Doorway (1950)

Lance Poole (Robert Taylor) is a Native American who left his tribal homelands to fight for the Union in the Civil War. Despite earning the Congressional Medal of Honor for his heroic duties in the line of fire, when he returns home he's still faced with hatred and racism from the white community that neighbors his village. Unable to own property because he's not considered a citizen of the United States, he fights a lawyer's (Louis Calhern) attempts to take over his tribe's hard-earned land.

The Mighty McGurk (1947)

In 1900 in the Bowery, former prize fighter "Slag" McGurk (Wallace Beery) grows disenchanted when his protg, Johnny Burden (Cameron Mitchell), leaves boxing to join the Salvation Army. Slag inadvertently becomes involved with lost young orphan Nipper (Dean Stockwell), who's searching for his wealthy uncle. Greedily hoping for a reward, Slag helps Nipper, but when Johnny threatens to have the boy taken away, Slag agrees to give up his rowdy ways and join the Salvation Army to retain Nipper.

Kiwi Flyer (2012)

Though he faces an uphill battle, New Zealander Ben (Edward Hall), 12, intends to win the Nelson Trolley Derby in memory of his father.

The Believers (2012)

Despite disdain from mainstream science, a group of scientists, entrepreneurs and a high-school student keeps experimenting to make cold fusion a reality.

Alien vs. Ninja (2010)

In Medieval Japan, savage aliens smash into a forest full of the most brutal ninjas. You'll be taking bets on who'll win this intense battle for survival!

Stolen Heaven (1938)

Two jewel thieves pose as musicians as a cover to elude pursuing law officers.

Gallants (2010)

Master Law awakes from a 30-year coma without memories, but his martial arts skills are intact. His renowned kung fu academy is now a teahouse, and greedy developers are trying to steamroll it to make way for condos.

Healed by Grace (2012)

Dancer Riley Adams (Natalie Weese) is faced with the worst setback of her life, and clings to her faith to recover.

Night Rider (1932)

A stranger (Harry Carey) is blamed for gulch trouble caused by a night rider.

Love Expresso (2007)

Four friends approaching 30 seek their place in life while pursuing relationships with women.

Around the World (1943)

The bandleader (Kay Kyser) and his entourage entertain troops in Australia, India, China and Egypt.

I'll Be There (2010)

A young, aspiring New York-based fashion designer returns to Philippines to meet her father after her mother's death.

Las Tres Tumbas (1979)

Two lovers get married despite all the objections, in time they suffer the tragic loss of their three sons.

Frost Giant (2010)

An explorer and his team search for a 19th-century shipwreck in the Arctic. They dig up an alien creature that was buried in the ice, and it begins to kill them to gain energy for a transformation.

Forgotten Soldiers (2011)

The Philippine Scouts, an offshoot of the U.S. Army, is charged with protecting the fledgling Philippine Army during its retreat from Lingayen Gulf to Bataan.

General Crack (1929)

A soldier of fortune (John Barrymore) travels to Vienna with his new Gypsy bride to offer his services to the Austrian emperor.

Painted Desert (1938)

Hugh buys the deed to the Banning mine, and sells it to Bob when he thinks it is worthless. When he learns the mine is full of tungsten, he sets out to get it back.

Love Commune (1970)

Cleveland hippies plan peace demonstrations, clash with the police, and welcome a curious young woman into their far-out fold.

Sounds Like a Revolution (2010)

Michael Franti, Fat Mike and other activist musicians use their art to help spur social change, while they defy attempts to censor them.

The Sword and the Dragon (1959)

A colorful account of Ilya Mourometz, the legendary 11th-century hero who defended Russia from monsters and invaders.

Sylvia and the Phantom (1946)

The appearance of a real ghost adds to the confusion when a nobleman hires three impostors to play phantoms.

Angel (1982)

A saxophonist (Stephen Rea) in Ireland picks up a gun for revenge after witnessing the murders of his manager and a bystander.

The Party Crashers (1999)

An aspiring filmmaker decides to finance his first movie by kidnapping and ransoming the daughter of a wealthy family.

Shoe at Your Foot (2009)

Love is in the air when a Parisian woman (Mlanie Laurent) and an American tourist (Justin Bartha) wind up with each other's luggage.

El hambre nuestra de cada día (1960)

A young doctor rescues a woman from her abusive relationship with her boyfriend, who is a hoarder of beans and corn.

When Ladies Meet (1933)

Reporter Jimmie Lee (Robert Montgomery) suspects his long-time girlfriend, successful novelist Mary Howard (Myrna Loy), of having a romance with her married publisher, Rogers Woodruf (Frank Morgan). While Mary works on her latest novel -- about a married woman allowing her husband to desert her for his mistress -- Jimmie meets Woodruf's wife, Clare (Ann Harding). Realizing she is unaware of her husband's affair, he convinces Clare to meet Mary while pretending to be his new girlfriend.

Country Wedding (2008)

Unforeseen events threaten the wedding ceremony of a groom (Bjrn Hlynur Haraldsson) and his bride (Nanna Kristn Magnsdttir).

What If Cannabis Cured Cancer? (2010)

Examination of whether chemicals found in marijuana prevent and even heal several deadly cancers; an eye-opening film about the future of cannabis - and perhaps even the future of medicine.

Broadway's Finest (2012)

Three struggling actors impersonate undercover NYPD cops to take down a notorious drug dealer for their edgy police drama.

In Enemy Hands (1968)

During World War II, Allied Intelligence agents parachute behind enemy lines to sabotage a Nazi torpedo plant.

Brother's Keeper (2012)

Andy and Pete Goodwynn have all that matters taken away from them by a powerful family. The brothers seek revenge on the people responsible for them losing everything.

Summers Past (2012)

An unexpected visitor brings a decision that changes two lives.

Criminal Lawyer (1937)

A district attorney (Lee Tracy) prosecutes for murder a mobster (Eduardo Ciannelli) who used to be his best client.

Can Dialectics Break Bricks? (1973)

French political diatribes and philosophies provide the dialogue for a Hong Kong martial-arts movie.

Wake Up and Live (1937)

Ben Bernie (himself) is about to take the stage with his band at a trendy New York City club when Walter Winchell (himself), a wise-cracking gossip reporter, makes some choice quips at Ben's expense in front of the audience. And so begins a very public series of back-and-forth insults, with Ben and Walter eventually involving others in their game of one-upmanship, including the beautiful singing starlet Alice Huntley (Alice Faye) and a honey-voiced man with a crippling case of stage fright.

The Frankenstein Syndrome (2010)

Horror strikes when a stem-cell researcher (Tiffany Shepis) develops a serum that brings the dead back to life.

Anna (1952)

The presence of two past lovers confuses a young woman (Silvana Mangano) about her vocation as a nun.

The Future (2013)

Bianca (Manuela Martelli) initiates a sexual relationship with a blind former B-movie star (Rutger Hauer) so her friends can rob him.

Gran hotel (1944)

A bum takes to the streets to find work in a luxury hotel, where he is mistaken for a duke.

Guards of Shaolin (1984)

Monks must protect a priceless artifact from a band of deadly ninja.

Her Night of Romance (1924)

An Englishman (Ronald Colman) poses as a doctor to meet the beautiful daughter (Constance Talmadge) of a millionaire.

The Refugee (1940)

A Viennese doctor and his daughter join the Dakota farmers in their trek from the dust bowl to Oregon.

The Spirit of Salsa (2010)

New Yorkers assemble at the dance studio of Tomas Guerrero in Spanish Harlem to learn the art of salsa dancing.

Dick Turpin (1925)

Dick Turpin (Tom Mix), a British highwayman, steals from the rich and passes the wealth along to the poor. But, after robbing the evil Lord Churlton (Philo McCullough), Dick learns that Churlton will soon marry Lady Alice Brookfield (Kathleen Myers), a good-hearted woman who finds Churlton repulsive. In order to escape, Alice disguises herself a boy and travels with Dick to London. Dick is captured by the police and sentenced to hang, but he just might have one last escape left in him.

Charge Over You (2010)

Sarah (Danya Cox) meets Mike (Dominic Deutscher) and everything she thought she knew is thrown out the window.

Lazybones (1925)

"Lazybones" Steve (Buck Jones) is fawned over by his girlfriend, Agnes (Jane Novak) and doting mother. But, when he saves Agnes' sister from a suicide attempt, this loafer suddenly finds himself raising her secret newborn daughter, Kit. His easy life turns hard when the town assumes she's his illegitimate child. Steve is called to fight in World War I, and when he returns Kit is no longer a picked-on kid but a beautiful woman (Madge Bellamy). Then his love becomes not quite so paternal.

Hitting a New High (1937)

A Paris singer's (Lily Pons) press agent (Jack Oakie) arranges her Manhattan debut by way of Africa.

The Phantom of the Range (1936)

Gold thieves devise an otherworldly scheme to scare treasure hunters off their trail.

Cybernator (1991)

A detective combats renegade cyborgs trained as military assassins in a bleak future.