Ace Ventura Jr.: Pet Detective (2009)

The son (Josh Flitter) of a supersleuth comes to the rescue when his mother is the prime suspect in the kidnapping of a baby panda.

42 (2013)

In 1946, Branch Rickey (Harrison Ford), legendary manager of the Brooklyn Dodgers, defies major league baseball's notorious color barrier by signing Jackie Robinson (Chadwick Boseman) to the team. The heroic act puts both Rickey and Robinson in the firing line of the public, the press and other players. Facing open racism from all sides, Robinson demonstrates true courage and admirable restraint by not reacting in kind and lets his undeniable talent silence the critics for him.

Días de cine (2007)

During Franco's regime, a famous author decides to make a movie of social denunciation, but his inexperience turns the production on its head.

The Michelle Apartments (1995)

A straight-laced government tax auditor (Henry Czerny) on assignment meets a seductress (Mary Elizabeth Rubens) whose husband (Daniel Kash) is in jail.

Jupiter's Darling (1955)

Rome is on the verge of being conquered by Hannibal (Howard Keel). While Rome's ruler, Fabius Maximus (George Sanders), plots a defense against Hannibal's armies, Fabius' fiance, Amytis (Esther Williams), is curious about the fearless conquerer. Amytis travels to Hannibal's camp just to get a look at him, but she ends up being captured. However, she is instantly smitten by the Carthaginian commander, so she tries to shift his attentions away from Rome -- and to her instead.

Navajo (1952)

Indian boy Son of the Hunter (Francis Kee Teller) runs off into the Arizona canyons, chased by two men (Hall Bartlett, Billy Draper) from his school.

Love Sick (2006)

Two Romanian college students (Maria Popistasu, Ioana Barbu) hide their lesbian romance from their parents.

Dragon's Showdown (1982)

An orphan and his cousin try kung fu on their archenemy and his magic sword.

A Night at the Follies (1947)

A burlesque stage show at the Follies Theater.

Treachery and Greed on the Planet of the Apes (1981)

After slipping through a time warp, astronauts Burke (James Naughton) and Virdon (Ron Harper) land on an earth in which evolved simians rule and humans are treated as mute beasts. On the run from warlike gorilla Gen. Urko, they're aided by kindhearted chimp Galen (Roddy McDowall). In this movie, edited from two episodes of the "Planet of the Apes" TV series, the trio saves poor farmers from a ruthless tyrant, and Virdon competes in a risky horse race against Urko.

Man of the Moment (1935)

A man (Douglas Fairbanks Jr.) rescues a woman (Laura La Plante) from drowning herself, then falls in love with her.

Spenser: Pale Kings and Princes (1993)

The Boston private eye (Robert Urich) connects the murder of a reporter to cocaine traffic in a Massachusetts town.

Bestseller (2015)

A disgruntled writer tracks a literary agent to a remote cabin on the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.

Any Mother's Son (1997)

A woman (Bonnie Bedelia) learns that shipmates killed her sailor son simply because he was homosexual.

Relations (2006)

A businessman (Mikhail Porechenkov) and a magazine editor (Anna Mikhalkova) meet regularly to cheat on their spouses.

Out on Bail (1989)

A Tennessee sheriff (Tom Badal) and lawyer want a jailed drifter (Robert Ginty) to assassinate a mayoral candidate.

Yuri's Day (2008)

A Russian opera singer (Kseniya Rappoport) undergoes a transformation after her son (Roman Shmakov) mysteriously disappears in her hometown.

The Lost World (1992)

Professors and thrill-seekers join a Victorian reporter on a journey to a jungle land of prehistoric life.

Heck's Way Home (1995)

Luke Neufeld (Chad Krowchuk) lives in Vancouver, Canada, and is getting ready to move to Australia with his mother (Shannon Lawson) and father (Michael Riley). His dog, Hector, is coming along too but, through a series of accidents, gets separated from the family. Hector's long road back home is made easier with the help of a friendly hobo (Don Francks). But with a stern dogcatcher (Alan Arkin) in hot pursuit and and only three days before his family leaves, Hector must travel fast.

Sweet Old World (2012)

A father and son become trapped in their grief when a family member dies. Over the years their relationship grows strained and cold until an old friend's return forces them to see the potential for a new beginning.

When Thief Meets Thief (1937)

A London cat burglar (Douglas Fairbanks Jr.) falls for the girlfriend (Valerie Hobson) of a stockbroker (Alan Hale) who used to be his partner.

Little Nellie Kelly (1940)

When Nellie (Judy Garland) gets married to good-looking Jerry Kelly (George Murphy), her grumpy, out-of-work father Michael Noonan (Charles Winninger) disapproves and makes an oath never to talk to his son-in-law. Nevertheless, when the newlyweds move to New York City to make a new start, Noonan immigrates with them. Tragedy strikes, however, when Nellie dies in childbirth. Now the antagonistic pair of men will have to raise the newborn together despite their dislike of each other.

Pick-Up (1975)

Two young Florida women (Jill Senter, Gini Eastwood) take a wrong turn in the mobile home of a man named Chuck (Alan Long).

Here's Your Life (1966)

A young man leaves his foster home to work and support himself.

In Search of Noah's Ark (1976)

A dramatic re-creation of the Great Flood highlights this account of the search for proof of the ark's existence.

The Lost World (1998)

A zoologist (Patrick Bergin) leads a scientific expedition in search of a mythical land where dinosaurs roam freely.

Opposite Corners (1996)

A young man (Billy Warlock) striving to win the Golden Gloves finds his boxing career may be jeopardized by his father's secret life.

Edge of Eternity (1959)

Widowed Les Martin (Cornel Wilde) is an ex-detective haunted by a case he left behind in Denver. Now, Martin is the deputy sheriff of a small Arizona town with nothing to do but pull over beautiful local socialite Janice Kendon (Victoria Shaw) for occasional speeding -- until a mysterious murder at a nearby ghost town requires him to put his old skills to use once again. With the help of Sheriff Edwards (Edgar Buchanan) and Kendon, Martin must unravel a murderous plot involving stolen gold.

Fair Wind to Java (1952)

A Yankee sea captain (Fred MacMurray) and his Javanese mate (Vera Ralston) race a two-faced pirate (Robert Douglas) to diamonds in the West Indies.

Hathyar: Face to Face With Reality (2002)

Ostracized by society for his late father's past, a man (Sanjay Dutt) follows in his footsteps and becomes a gangster.

Maria Candelaria (1944)

A Mexican peasant (Dolores del Ro) poses for the same artist (Alberto Galn) who doomed her mother with a nude portrait.

Macho Callahan (1970)

An escaped Civil War prisoner (David Janssen) hunts and is hunted by his betrayer (Lee J. Cobb) and a Confederate's widow (Jean Seberg).

Gottfried Helnwein & the Dreaming Child (2011)

Conflict erupts backstage between the Israeli Opera and artist Gottfried Helnwein regarding a casting choice for a production of the opera "The Child Dreams."

Oh, You Beautiful Doll (1949)

Larry Kelly (Mark Stevens), a song promoter, has a fortuitous saloon scuffle that leads him to Alfred Breitenbach (S.Z. Sakall), a destitute opera composer. In all the chaos, the two mix up papers, which gives Larry an excuse to visit Alfred's home. There, he becomes smitten with Doris (June Haver), Alfred's daughter. When Larry and Doris realize that Alfred's opera could be a hit with modernization, they receive his reluctant approval to write the music under the pseudonym Fred Fisher.

Midnight Court (1937)

After losing his bid for district attorney, an aspiring young lawyer agrees to defend a ring of car thieves.

The Four Invincibles (1979)

Disabled fighters band together to battle a demonic foe.

The Devil and Leroy Basset (1973)

An American Indian's brush with the law leaves him a wanted murderer with the police hot on his trail.

Sergeant Murphy (1938)

An Army private (Ronald Reagan) proves his horse is fit for service and wins his colonel's (Donald Crisp) daughter (Mary Maguire).

Father's Chair (2012)

A father who has put his career ahead of everything else learns the value of family after his son goes missing.

Lock Up (1984)

A Canadian lifer (Winston Rekert) and two other convicts take a prison reformer (Andre Pelletier) and some of her colleagues hostage.

Head Above Water (1993)

Accusations of murder arise when a married woman (Lene Elise Bergum) hides her former lover's body in a potato cellar.

Lola, la Trailera (1983)

Lola, the daughter of a good man who was poisoned, pursues the criminals who killed her father to punish them.

The Shocking Miss Pilgrim (1947)

In the 1870s, Cynthia Pilgrim (Betty Grable) graduates at the top of her New York City typewriting class. When she moves to Boston to work for a shipping company, she finds that her office is an old boys club run by an outspoken sexist, Mr. Saxon (Gene Lockhart). At first, company co-owner John Pritchard (Dick Haymes) is unsure if Cynthia will be able to cut it, but she proves to be a valuable worker. However, John is bothered by Cynthia's involvement in the women's suffrage movement.

The Truth (1960)

Paris lawyers (Charles Vanel, Paul Meurisse) clash in court over the case of a suicidal bohemian (Brigitte Bardot) who has killed her boyfriend.

Fourteen Hours (1951)

Preparing to jump from the ledge of a skyscraper, Robert Cosick (Richard Basehart), a depressed young man, is spotted by police officer Charlie Dunnigan (Paul Douglas), who attempts to talk him down. Bringing in his dysfunctional parents (Agnes Moorehead, Robert Keith) and girlfriend Virginia (Barbara Bel Geddes) only seems to exacerbate the situation. Meanwhile, the number of onlookers increases as the spectacle unfolds, profoundly affecting some in the crowd.

The Mad Bomber (1972)

A Los Angeles police detective (Vince Edwards) hunts a rapist (Neville Brand) and a bomber (Chuck Connors) of public buildings.

Jory (1973)

Impressionable Jory Walden (Robby Benson) is orphaned when his alcoholic lawyer father, Ethan (Claudio Brook), is killed in a saloon fight in Santa Rosa, Calif. Hooking up with flashy gunslinger Jocko (B.J. Thomas) and sober-minded cattleman Roy (John Marley), the troubled Jory learns his life lessons on a cattle drive to eastern New Mexico. Though Jory shows a natural ability with a pistol, Roy tries to impress upon the hot-tempered teen that real men solve problems without guns.

'Nam Angels (1988)

Motorcycle outlaws on jungle bikes help an officer (Brad Johnson) against an ex-Nazi's tribe in Vietnam.

Cry of the Werewolf (1944)

A New Orleans Gypsy queen (Nina Foch) tries to kill a couple (Stephen Crane, Osa Massen) who know she is a werewolf.

Terror in the Jungle (1968)

A young plane crash survivor faces cannibals and the dangerous wilds of the Amazon in his trek to civilization.

Marple: They Do It With Mirrors (2009)

Miss Marple (Julia McKenzie) investigates the murder of a man during a dress rehearsal.

The Magnificent Seven Ride! (1972)

Erstwhile gunslinger Chris Adams (Lee Van Cleef) has put his rowdy days behind him, settling down with a wife (Mariette Hartley) and serving as the sheriff of his town in the Arizona territory. So when his old pal Jim Mackay (Ralph Waite) asks for help defending the border town of Magdalena, Mexico, from a marauding bandit named De Toro, Chris refuses. It's only after De Toro's gang kidnaps Chris's wife that he changes his mind, enlisting a cutthroat gang of prisoners to help him.

Senior Prom (1958)

A singing college girl (Jill Corey) loves a singing college guy (Paul Hampton) who knows Mitch Miller and Louis Prima.

Perra Sociedad (2004)

The story of an illegal who sees racism, and the abuse of U.S. immigration authorities kills a cop and must return as a fugitive to Mexico City.

Todo un Hombre (1982)

A man marries the woman he loves, but his machismo does not allow him tell this her and this causes problems in marriage.

Flip, Flop, and Fly, 40 Years of the Downchild Blues Band (2010)

The life and career of Donnie Walsh and the Downchild Blues band.

Janie (1944)

Janie (Joyce Reynolds) is a typical 1940s teenager who goes to high school and attends parties with her pals. During one get-together, Janie is photographed kissing her classmate, Scooper Nolan (Dick Erdman), and the picture finds its way onto the cover of Life magazine, causing controversy in Janie's small town. Janie also battles with her dad, Charles (Edward Arnold), over the Army's decision to build a base in town. She's thrilled about the handsome soldiers, but he's vehemently opposed.

I.F.O.: Identified Flying Object (1987)

A teenage computer whiz steals a high-tech miniature helicopter that has a mind of its own, before it is destroyed by its creator.

Column South (1953)

A cavalry officer (Audie Murphy) defends the Navajo despite his captain (Robert Sterling) and exposes a general's Civil War plot.

Carnival Story (1954)

In search of a better life, a German girl named Willie (Anne Baxter) joins an American carnival that is passing through Munich. While traveling from town to town, she is torn between two suitors: cruel carnival barker Joe (Steve Cochran) and kindhearted high-dive artist Frank (Lyle Bettger). Frank gets the upper hand when he asks Willie to join his act. The partners soon become the most popular attraction at the carnival. But tragedy is only a slip away.

Hotel Noir (2012)

As night turns to day, a 1950s detective meets an assortment of haunted characters as he hides from assassins in a downtown Los Angeles hotel.

Framed (2009)

An art curator (Trevor Eve) must temporarily store priceless paintings inside an old mine.

Pinky Moge Wali (2012)

A woman (Neeru Bajwa) stages her own kidnapping to gain attention from her wealthy father.


A young woman (Stephanie Wood) falls for a brash millionaire (Matthew Reese) while temporarily working for him.

Misplaced (1991)

Jacek (John Cameron Mitchell) and his mother, Halina (Elzbieta Czyzewska), leave their native Poland and emigrate to America, searching for a better life. After staying with family in Virginia, Jacek and Halina move to Washington, D.C., where Halina is forced to take a job beneath her abilities. Jacek struggles to blend in at his new high school while suffering the indignity of having to work part-time as a sanitation worker, but mother and son gradually acclimate to their new surroundings.

Terrified! (1963)

College students are stalked by a ghost-town ventriloquist who likes to wear a hood.

Instead of Abracadabra (2008)

A man still living in his parent's basement tries to become a magician.

Hellbent (1990)

The leader (Phil Ward) of a Los Angeles garage band makes a deal with a sinister bar owner.

Saint Christopher (2002)

Released from prison, a man (Christopher Kadish) tries to make amends for the past.

Cheyenne Rides Again (1937)

Cattlemen send an undercover cowboy (Tom Tyler) to bust an outlaw gang.

Shanghai Surprise (1986)

Glendon Wasey (Sean Penn) is a sleazy, down-on-his-luck con man struggling to sell glow-in-the-dark neckties in Shanghai. When he encounters the lovely Gloria Tatlock (Madonna), a nurse who wants to obtain a supply of opium to ease the suffering of her patients, he decides to help her get hold of a stolen supply of the valuable drug. The only problem is that a lot of other people want to secure the stolen opium as well -- gangsters, smugglers, thugs and a host of dangerous lowlifes.

Revenge of the Living Dead Girls (1987)

After toxic waste contaminates their graves, zombies arise to satisfy their hunger for revenge.

Vetri Kodi Kattu (2000)

Two men who dream of wealth lose their money in a scam.

In Search of Dracula (1975)

Christopher Lee narrates this look at Vlad Tepes, the Balkan warlord who was the historical basis for the Dracula myth.

Laws of Deception (1998)

A successful young attorney (C. Thomas Howell) defends his former girlfriend, accused of killing her husband.

Talisman (1998)

An evil spirit chooses two teens to help fulfill its mission to open hell's gates by sacrificing seven human souls.

No Man's Range (1935)

An undercover cowboy (Bob Steele) solves a problem with dynamite.

Blood Sucking Freaks (1976)

A sadist (Seamus O'Brien) kidnaps young women and tortures and kills them on stage, but his audiences think it is fake.

That's Life! (1986)

A well-to-do architect, Harvey Fairchild (Jack Lemmon) should be happy, but he's depressed and dreading his impending 60th birthday party. Meanwhile, his supportive wife, Gillian (Julie Andrews), endures a crisis of her own as she waits to hear back on tests for throat cancer, a condition that would threaten both her health and her singing career. As Harvey's birthday weekend progresses, the couple contends with these and other issues, and their problems threaten to eclipse the celebration.

Man Hunt (1941)

Renowned big-game hunter Captain Thorndike (Walter Pidgeon) is hunting in the Bavarian forest when he stumbles upon Adolf Hitler's vacation residence. Tempted by the idea of assassinating the dictator, he's apprehended and beaten before escaping and stowing away on a steamship back to England. Onboard, Thorndike has his identity stolen by the smooth-talking con man Mr. Jones (John Carradine). Both men soon discover that Gestapo agents are swarming London, looking for the would-be assassin.

Among Brothers (2005)

Fraternity brothers help one of their own (Matt Mercer) cover up a crime of passion.

Delivering the Goods (2011)

Steve (Thomas Ian Nicholas), a young Italian-American man living in New York City, tries to become a chef despite his father's protests.

Calcutta (1947)

Cargo-plane pilots (Alan Ladd, William Bendix) link their buddy's strangulation to smugglers flying gems out of India.

Romance (1930)

An opera star (Greta Garbo) kept by an older man (Lewis Stone) falls in love with a preacher (Gavin Gordon) from a rich American family.

Robots of Death (1960)

A scientist (Julio Alemn) plots to revive the brains of three dead colleagues to obtain the formula for a neutron bomb.

Afro Samurai (2007)

A black samurai seeks revenge for the death of his father in feudal Japan.

Doomsday Man (1999)

After his wife dies from the disease he is studying, a grief-stricken scientist (James Marshall) plans to release an airborne strain of the virus into the atmosphere.

The Lying Machine: Conspiracies of the New World Order (2016)

In a world of conspiracies and tyranny, a Berkeley grad and history teacher questions the system, while a home-schooled student begins exposing the truth.

Against Their Will (2012)

During World War II, the Nazis force two young French women (Flore Bonaventura, Louise Herrero) to work in a factory.

The Cricket (1980)

An impressionable young woman's relationship with an aging prostitute leads to a job as a maid at a brothel.

The Quispe Girls (2013)

In 1974, three sisters working as shepherds in the Chilean altiplano are forced to examine their existence when a law changes the way they live.

Seeker Wing (2015)

A journey of self-acceptance.

Lightnin' Bill Carson (1936)

A lawman has doubts about an outlaw's guilt after he captures and hangs him for his crimes.

Guest Wife (1945)

Mary and Christopher Price, preparing to leave on a second honeymoon, are contacted by their friend Joe Parker. He's a roving newspaper correspondent who has, for years, convinced his publisher Arthur Worth he's married. However, Worth has demanded to finally meet Mrs Parker. Joe implores Mary to play the part and she agrees, but matters get complicated and before long, she and Joe are forced to be inseparable.

Naya Aatish (1998)

A rivalry between two influential families divides their village. Many years later, a college student, Ram, comes from America with a mission to unite them and expose the real culprits.

Exile Express (1939)

A San Francisco reporter (Alan Marshal) and a lab assistant (Anna Sten) foil spies on an East-bound deportation train.

No Child of Mine (1993)

A grandmother (Patty Duke) fights for custody of her daughter's (Tracy Nelson) baby with Down syndrome, up for adoption.

Leila Diniz (1987)

Leila Diniz (Louise Cardoso) leads a tempestuous life and becomes Brazil's greatest star.

The Vagabond King (1930)

Rebel poet Francois Villon (Dennis King) charms Louis XI's (O.P. Heggie) niece (Jeanette MacDonald) and saves the king in restless Paris.

Dwarves Kingdom (2014)

Filmmaker Matthew Salton visits a theme park in China where people with dwarfism are on display to perform in elaborate shows.