Columbo: Dagger of the Mind (1972)

In London to visit Scotland Yard, Lt. Columbo takes part in investigating the death of a producer.

Good Kids (2016)

Tight-knit brothers are tested by secrecy and the troubles of becoming an adult.

The Hidden Eye (1945)

Barry Gifford (Paul Langton) is madly in love with wealthy heiress Jean Hampton (Frances Rafferty), and the feeling is mutual. But, when the young lovebirds take a trip to visit Jean's uncle, they find his dead body waiting for them. Barry becomes a suspect in the murder -- the police believe he is a fortune hunter. Convinced her lover is innocent, Jean consults blind detective Duncan Maclaine (Edward Arnold), who vows to discover the real murderer with the help of his loyal seeing-eye dog.

The Further Adventures of Tennessee Buck (1988)

A world-class hunter (David Keith) boozily agrees to take a rich city couple (Kathy Shower, Brant Van Hoffman) through Borneo cannibal country.

Miss Grant Takes Richmond (1949)

Ellen Grant (Lucille Ball) is the worst student at her secretarial school, yet surprisingly, she is hired by real estate agent Dick Richmond (William Holden). It turns out that Dick's real estate office is just a front for a betting operation. When Ellen unknowingly takes a large bet from Dick's old flame, Peggy (Janis Carter), Peggy demands that Dick must either pay up or run off with her. It's up to the dizzy Miss Grant to find a way to extract Dick from this mess.

The Prizefighter and the Lady (1933)

Steve (real-life boxer Max Baer) is a brash bartender whose knock-out power is discovered by the Professor (Walter Huston), an alcoholic ex-fight trainer. Working together, they find success in the ring, and Steve begins a whirlwind romance with the sultry Belle (Myrna Loy), a gangster's moll who hastily leaves her man to marry him. Steve's infidelity brings discord to their marriage, but he'll have to overcome these distractions if he's going to succeed in his heavyweight title fight.

Here Is Harold (2014)

When he loses his job to IKEA, Harold decides to kidnap the company's founder.

The Time Machine (1978)

Based on the novel by H.G. Wells. A computer genius devises a unique vehicle that carries him to a futuristic society.

Ugly Aur Pagli (2008)

A straight-laced man falls for a wild woman.

Two Summers (2002)

A young woman (Ana Maria Mainieri) seduces a young man (Andr Arteche), then vanishes, only to reappear claiming that she is pregnant.

Where the Sky Is Born (2013)

The first Mayan astronaut reflects on the childhood incident that ignited his passion.

Atragon (1963)

An air/sea/land battleship captain (Tadao Takashima) rescues his daughter (Yoko Fujiyama) from the earthquaking undersea dwellers of Mu.

Bread, Love and Dreams (1953)

After being transferred to a sleepy village in the mountains, Italian police chief Antonio Carotenuto (Vittorio De Sica) decides to occupy his time by finding a wife. When he meets knockout Maria De Ritis (Gina Lollobrigida), otherwise known as Frisky, Carotenuto makes his move, but the town heartbreaker already has her mind set on Pietro Stelluti, a young cop on his squad. However, Carotenuto still might find a wife in midwife Annarella Mirziano (Marisa Merlini).

Curse of the Vampire (1960)

Chorus girls in nighties and their entourage land in the castle of Count Kernassy (Walter Brandi) and his vampire ancestor.

Time to Kill (2014)

A hit man tries to think of something to do to pass the time while waiting for his latest mark to return home.

Royal News (2004)

A princess falls in love with a paparazzo who is using her to become famous.

A French Mistress (1960)

The boys in the Melbury Primary School panic when their new French master turns out to be a woman.

The Other Side of the Law (1995)

A Canadian (Yves Rnier) wanted for killing his wife's rapist contacts his long-abandoned son (Johnny Morina).

CHO Revolution (2004)

Comedian Margaret Cho performs live at the Wiltern Theatre in Los Angeles.

Make Love, Not Fat (2005)

A group of friends believes the best way to stay in shape is to have sex.

Papa (2015)

A paralyzed woman learns to find hope and adjust to a new life after her husband passes.

Treasure Island Kids 3: The Mystery of Treasure Island (2004)

Young campers have a surprise encounter with a talking statue.

El Paso Conquest (2014)

A high school in west Texas wins a second state soccer title.

A Thousand Suns (2013)

History of the Gamo Highlands of the African Rift Valley.

The Police Officer's Wife (2013)

A young family takes desperate measures to protect a child's innocence.

Sakima and the Masked Marvel (1943)

During World War II, a masked crimefighter hunts down secret agents and saboteurs in this edited version of "The Masked Marvel" serial.

A Wednesday! (2008)

A retired police commissioner recounts the most memorable case of his career, wherein he was informed about a bomb scare in Mumbai.

Don't Be Afraid (2011)

A psychologist (Cristina Plazas) tries to help a traumatized woman (Michelle Jenner) whose father (Lluís Homar) sexually abused her.

The Big Rascal (1980)

Two brothers help a big operator guard his gambling house from thugs.

Into the Badlands (1991)

The character of a bounty hunter (Bruce Dern) links three tales of the unexpected, set in the Old West.

The Big Steal (1949)

Army officer Duke Halliday (Robert Mitchum) is headed to Mexico to track down a con artist named Jim Fiske (Patric Knowles). Along the way, he meets the beautiful Joan Graham (Jane Greer), who, like Halliday, was double-crossed by the shifty Fiske for a large sum of money. Complicating their search is Vincent Blake (William Bendix), a military man out to get Halliday, and Ortega (Ramon Novarro), a police inspector who is patiently waiting to see how the various conflicts play out.

Intrepid (1999)

A cruise ship carrying naval agents and the daughter of a VIP overturns in the wake of a nuclear blast.

Prisoner of Love (1999)

After witnessing a violent crime, a woman (Naomi Campbell) is kidnapped by one of the thugs (Eric Thal) who has orders to kill her.

War of the Robots (1978)

Earth sends a rescue party for genetic scientists kidnapped by dying aliens.

Sticks (2016)

Four college students blur the lines between reality and fiction while telling scary stories during their camping trip.

Trojan Eddie (1996)

Trojan Eddie (Stephen Rea) sells stolen goods for John Power (Richard Harris), aging godfather of a local network of Irish gypsies, known as "travelers." Having done time rather than inform on his partner in a failed burglary, Eddie now struggles to raise his two daughters alone. Power falls for and marries traveler girl Kathleen (Aislin McGuckin), but when she runs off with Power's nephew Dermot (Stuart Townsend) -- and takes the $11,000 dowry with her -- Eddie must track the couple down.

The Bad Samaritan Must Die! (2012)

The Orphan (Nikita Rachel Shepherdson) wants to meet her hero, a notorious vigilante called The Bad Samaritan. When she finally meets her idol, she discovers he is not the man or hero she thought he was.

Heroes and Villains (2006)

British Rockers from the '60's and '70's in a concert.

Holdout (2016)

A lone Japanese soldier waits patiently on an island. Left behind by his unit, he never learned of his nation's defeat in WWII. Suddenly, he encounters a modern American tourist.

Dora's Dunking Donuts (1933)

Shirley Temple interferes with a radio broadcast that advertises a new kind of doughnut.

Thomas Chapin, Night Bird Song: The Incandescent Life of a Jazz Great (2016)

The life and music of the jazz musician, Thomas Chapin.

Last Stop (2016)

A grieving father goes outside the law and hires a contract killer to avenge his murdered son. The body count continues to climb as dark secrets are uncovered.

Vanished (1995)

When the son of a steel magnate (George Hamilton) and his wife (Lisa Rinna) is kidnapped, her ex-husband stands trial in 1930s New York.

Mina Tannenbaum (1993)

Mina Tannenbaum (Romane Bohringer) and Ethel Benegui (Elsa Zylberstein) are two Jewish women living in Paris who've been friends since grade school. Despite their years of friendship, the two have very little in common either in social background or personality, having forged their bond through being mutual misfits due to their religion. However, as both have followed their own life paths, Mina and Ethel find their differences greater than they can handle and struggle to remain friends.

Friends at Last (1995)

Years after their divorce, a remarried journalist (Colm Feore) reconciles with his ill ex-wife (Kathleen Turner).

Bolero (1934)

A dancer's (George Raft) partner (Carole Lombard) leaves him to marry a baron, but they dance again after World War I.

The Fourth Alarm (1926)

The Our Gang kids try to extinguish a fire.

Posse From Hell (1961)

A deputized gunfighter (Audie Murphy) leads the hunt for killer bank robbers holding a woman hostage (Zohra Lampert).

Vote for Pepo (2016)

A political adviser with something to prove tries to get an unemployed citizen elected.

Three Times Moving: Time Forgotten (2014)

In the conclusion of the "Three Times Moving" trilogy, secrets are revealed and memories unveiled as Adam and Julie face the truth and heartbreak of their relationship.

White Tides (1996)

An ex-Navy SEAL gets caught under the spell of a crime lord's beautiful wife after piloting her boat to Mexico.

A Labor of Love (1976)

People try to make an X-rated movie.

Made in Germany (1998)

Director Thomas Hausner shows the economic rise of the Germans since the early 1900s.

14 Million Reasons (1994)

Two relationships profoundly affect a young woman (Alexandra Vandernoot) contending with her mother's death and a lottery jackpot.

Under the Big Top (1938)

Sara Post (Marjorie Main) has molded her niece, Penny (Anne Nagel), into a crowd-pleasing trapeze performer. The main attraction at the circus Sara runs, Penny devotes all of her attention to her art -- until she finds herself being wooed by fellow aerialist Pablo Le Grande (Grant Richards). The relationship worries Sara, and it infuriates Pablo's brother, Ricardo (Jack LaRue), who also pines for Penny. If they aren't careful, the rivalry might just lead to the circus's undoing.

There's A Noose Waiting For You...Trinity! (1972)

Trinity, an ex-gunslinger, desperately wants to be forgiven and accepted by his family after he abandoned them. A ruthless bounty hunter tracks Trinity down and forces him to return to face justice for his crimes.

Who Has Seen the Wind? (1977)

A rural Saskatchewan boy (Brian Painchaud) faces his father's death and other harsh realities during the Depression.

Body and Soul (1981)

Leon Johnson (Leon Isaac Kennedy) is a boxer who plans to study medicine, but, with his ailing sister, Kelly (Nikki Swassy), in need of costly care, he decides to earn a living in the ring. His rise is rapid, but Leon's newly extravagant lifestyle threatens his relationship with girlfriend Julie (Jayne Kennedy). As Leon approaches the sport's highest echelons, he faces increasingly tough decisions that test his loyalty to his family and himself.

No Vacancy (1999)

In a surreal motel in Los Angeles, society's riffraff dwell in a place between freedom and desperation.

This Is the Day (2012)

Sampson overcame many obstacles to become a self-made millionaire -- but he cannot overcome cancer.

Fire in Babylon (2010)

Capt. Clive Lloyd transforms his 1970s-era West Indies cricket team into champions who dominate the sport for many years afterward.

Her Kind of Man (1946)

A gangster's (Zachary Scott) singer girlfriend (Janis Paige) meets a Broadway columnist (Dane Clark) she likes better.

Have You Seen Drum Recently? (1989)

In South Africa in the 1950s and 1960s, the magazine Drum chronicled the most important cultural happenings in the black townships laboring under apartheid. This documentary uses dozens of archival photographs to trace the arc of this vital journalistic resource from its inception to its forced decline. In the magazine's coverage of politics, arts and sports, it shines a spotlight on the early careers of influential figures such as Oliver Tambo, Albert Lutuli, Miriam Makeba and Nelson Mandela.

Midnight Cop (1989)

A Berlin police inspector (Armin Mueller-Stahl) uses a call girl (Morgan Fairchild) to trap a killer whose trademark is petroleum jelly.

The Bobo (1967)

An impresario will let a clumsy matador (Peter Sellers) sing at his theater if he seduces the biggest flirt (Britt Ekland) in Barcelona.

Who's Been Sleeping in My Bed? (1963)

Jason Steel (Dean Martin) plays a wise, confident and handsome doctor on television -- but besides the handsome part, that's where the comparisons end. In real life, Jason is scatterbrained and unsure about his impending marriage to Melissa (Elizabeth Montgomery), a gorgeous art teacher who most men would kill for. However, he may get a little sage advice of his own when he finds himself the de facto consultant for a group of married women who confuse his screen persona with reality.

Nothing's All Bad (2010)

Four people yearn for love and hope for a better tomorrow.

It's Not You, It's Me (2010)

Memories of his first wife send a man (Eugenio Derbez) on an emotional roller-coaster as he tries to find love again.

Who Killed Teddy Bear? (1965)

The hostess (Juliet Prowse) at a Manhattan disco receives nasty phone calls from a busboy (Sal Mineo) who works there.

Dear Ruth (1947)

Lt. William Seacroft (William Holden), on leave from the Italian front, arrives at the New York home of Ruth Wilkins (Joan Caulfield), with whom he has been corresponding. Unknown to both Ruth and Bill, Ruth's younger sister, Miriam (Mona Freeman), has been writing the letters and signing Ruth's name as part of a program to keep up soldiers' morale. Although Ruth has just gotten engaged to a coworker, she agrees to see Bill and pretend she wrote the letters -- which has unexpected results.

Sabaka (1955)

A maharajah sends a boy (Nino Marcel) with an elephant and a tiger to stamp out a fire-worship cult in India.

Negro es mi color (1951)

A young white woman reveals to her boyfriend that she is the daughter of a black woman and rejects her, but he later repents and searches for her.

The Little Engine That Could (2011)

Little Engine (Alyson Stoner) leaves Dreamland to deliver toys in the real world.

Range Warfare (1934)

A marshal (Reb Russell) pursues rustlers and a crooked sheriff.

Young & Wild (2011)

Daniela, a 17-year-old with a raging sexual drive, taps into an underground network of other horny teenagers through her sexually charged blog.

Sorceress (1987)

A devoted Dominican friar (Tcheky Karyo) of the 13th century is selflessly seeking to vanquish evil when he comes across a peaceful French village. Here he preaches to the ambivalent townspeople, demanding they repent or face the wrath of God. Before long his proselytizing gives way to persecuting when this overzealous monk believes he's discovered witchcraft in the form of Elda, an illiterate woman (Christine Boisson) who plucks healing remedies from the heart of the forest.

Betty Fisher and Other Stories (2001)

Grieving after the death of her young son Joseph, novelist Betty Fisher (Sandrine Kiberlain) enters a dark depression. Hoping to bring her out of it, her mother Margot (Nicole Garcia) arranges to kidnap another child, Jose (Alexis Chatrian), to replace the son Betty lost. Although she knows it's wrong, Betty accepts Jose as her new son. Meanwhile, Jose's mother Carole (Mathilde Seigner) is looking for her son with the help of her boyfriend, Francois (Luck Mervil), and some of his cohorts.

Días de Poder (2011)

In 1960s Caracas, revolutionary leader Fernando Quintero ascends to political power and leaves behind his ideals. He becomes an accomplice to repression, the effects of which lead his son, Efran, to join a student movement against his father.

The Raiders (1964)

Wild Bill Hickok (Robert Culp), Buffalo Bill and Calamity Jane (Judi Meredith) help a Texas rancher (Brian Keith) against the railroad.

Escape From Red Rock (1958)

A rancher (Gary Murray) and his girlfriend (Eilene Janssen) flee to Mexico after an outlaw (Brian Donlevy) forces him to join a holdup.

Vighnaharta Shree Siddhivinayak (2009)

An uncaring industrialist learns that religion can have a meaningful place in his life.

The Three Musketeers (1933)

A war rages in the Sahara Desert between the French Foreign Legion and a group of Arab arms smugglers. En route to visit his girlfriend, Elaine Corday (Ruth Hall), fearless American fighter pilot Lt. Tom Wayne (John Wayne) opens fire to rescue a trio of legionnaires besieged by a sea of Arab fighters on horseback. Wayne's grateful new friends recruit him to help them in their struggle to identify a mole working for the Arabs -- a mysterious character known only as "El Shaitan."

Craft (2010)

An aspiring actress is given the role of a lifetime.

Redneck Zombies (1988)

A day hike turns deadly for sophisticated urbanites after toxic moonshine transforms rowdy dirt farmers into zombies.

Tars and Spars (1946)

Two Coast Guardsmen (Alfred Drake, Sid Caesar) sing and dance with a girl (Janet Blair) during wartime.

White Cargo (1974)

A civil servant steps in to save strippers from the clutches of evil white slavers.

Money on the Side (1982)

Three housewives (Karen Valentine, Jamie Lee Curtis, Linda Purl) in need of cash join a real-estate agent's call-girl ring.

Qarantina (2010)

An assassin and a family squat in a Baghdad residence and deal with their loves in different ways.

Once in Paris (1978)

American screenwriter Michael Moore (Wayne Rogers) arrives in Paris to work as a script doctor for a struggling film production. At the airport, he is met by Jean-Paul (Jack Lenoir), a charming chauffeur who once served time for manslaughter. Despite this, Michael and Jean-Paul quickly forge a friendship. The American's pleasant stay in Paris becomes complicated when he meets an attractive, wealthy woman (Gayle Hunnicutt) at his hotel -- the complication being the fact that he is married.

Behind Prison Gates (1939)

An agent (Brian Donlevy) for the state attorney general poses as a convict to learn about bank loot.

Behind the Eight Ball (1942)

Rural performers (The Ritz Brothers) find spies trying to send shortwave messages from their barn theater.

No Fish Where to Go (2014)

A little girl is forced to leave home when a civil war breaks out and makes friends with a schoolgirl from another clan.

The Rajini Effect (2013)

A Japanese man wants to become a Tamil film superstar.

The Darkest Light (1999)

Two Yorkshire girls see a blinding flash of light, interpreted by some as a religious vision and a portent of doom.

You're Too Careless With Your Kisses! (1932)

A bee gets caught in the clutches of an evil ladybug.

Patagonia Treasure Trail (2016)

A young musician returns home to visit her family. She and her mother set out for the desert on horseback, where they encounter physical and emotional challenges.

The First Hundred Years (1938)

Lynn (Virginia Bruce) works for a successful theatrical agent (Warren William) in New York City, effectively the breadwinner in her marriage to David (Robert Montgomery). But, when David lands a job in charge of building boats in a shipyard in New Bedford, Mass., he wants Lynn to give up her career and be supported by him in a small town. She refuses, and the couple splits. Soon, the flirtatious Claudia (Binnie Barnes) starts going for David. But then Lynn becomes unsure of her choice.

Africa Blood and Guts (1966)

This shocking documentary chronicles the violence that occurred in much of the African continent during the 1960s. As many of the countries in Africa were transitioning from colonial rule to other forms of government, there were often violent political upheavals. The film shows clips of revolutions in Zanzibar and Kenya in which thousands were killed. The violence is not only political; there is also extensive footage of hunters and poachers slaughtering different types of wild animals.

Captive (2003)

In 1994 Argentina, Cristina Quadri (Brbara Lombardo), a teen from a well-to-do family, leads a charmed life. But when she's summoned in front of a judge one day, she learns the shocking truth of her real parents' disappearance during Argentina's "Dirty War" of the 1970s. Her actual name is Sofa Lombardi, and now she must live with her real grandmother (Susana Campos), a total stranger. With her life forever changed, Cristina works to uncover the deceit that for years kept her from the truth.

The Marksman (1953)

Mike Martin becomes a deputy marshal and takes on a gang of cattle rustlers.