Pati patni aur woh (2019)

Adam and Eve are banished to Earth to live as Ranjeet and Sharda. They live in harmony until Ranjeet carries out an affair with his beautiful secretary, and has to repent when his wife finds out.

Age Of Tomorrow (2014)

When the sun strikes an alter, hidden within the ancient Pyramid of the Sun in Mexico, it creates a beacon that triggers an alien blitzkrieg. Within hours, their ships destroy all the military infrastructure on earth. One anthropologist knows how to repel the invaders, but this secret is buried under the ruins of the Pyramid of the Moon--directly underneath the mothership.

Uncle Was a Vampire (1959)

Uncle Was a Vampire (Italian: Tempi duri per i vampiri) is a 1959 Italian film directed by Steno.

Burning Mussolini (2009)

A former boxer lands in hot water when he steals from a gangster.

America's Dream (1996)

America's Dream is a 1996 American drama film directed by Paris Barclay, Bill Duke and Kevin Rodney Sullivan and written by Ron Stacker Thompson and Ashley Tyler. It is based on the short stories The Reunion by Maya Angelou, The Boy Who Painted Christ Black by John Henrik Clarke and Long Black Song by Richard Wright. The film stars Danny Glover, Wesley Snipes, Lorraine Toussaint, Tate Donovan, Norman D. Golden II, Susanna Thompson and Jasmine Guy. The film premiered on HBO on February 17, 1996.

Aberdeen (2014)

Aberdeen, previously known as 曼珠莎華, is a 2014 Hong Kong drama film written and directed by Pang Ho-cheung and starring Louis Koo, Eric Tsang, Miriam Yeung and Gigi Leung. Pang revealed in various interviews that the film differed from his previous comedies Vulgaria and SDU, in that it explores the family dynamics in a typical Hong Kong family. The film is also known as 人间小团圆 in Mainland China. The film was released on 8 May 2014.

Mystery of the White Room (1939)

A doctor (Bruce Cabot) and a nurse (Helen Mack) solve an operating-room murder.

Un Conte de Michel de Montaigne (2013)

Filmmaker Jean-Marie Straub examines parallels between Michel de Montaigne's work and today.

Petticoat Fever (1936)

Petticoat Fever is a 1936 American comedy film directed by George Fitzmaurice and written by Harold Goldman. The film stars Robert Montgomery, Myrna Loy, Reginald Owen, Winifred Shotter and Otto Yamaoka. The film was released on March 20, 1936, by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.

The Man on the Eiffel Tower (1950)

The Man on the Eiffel Tower is a 1949 American color film noir mystery film directed by Burgess Meredith and starring Charles Laughton, Franchot Tone, Meredith, and Robert Hutton. It is based on the 1931 novel La Tête d'un homme (A Man's Head) by Belgian writer Georges Simenon featuring his detective Jules Maigret. The film was co-produced by Tone and Allen as T&A Film Productions and released by RKO Radio Pictures. The film is also known as L'homme de la tour Eiffel in France.

The Day Will Come (2016)

The Day Will Come (Danish: Der kommer en dag) is a 2016 Danish drama film directed by Jesper W. Nielsen. It won six prizes at the 2017 Robert Awards.

Dead Billy (2016)

Calliope (Lauren Myers) has a thriving career and a doting fiance until seizures unlock memories of a darker past.

Palomino (1991)

Danielle Steel's Palomino is a 1991 American made-for-television romantic drama film based on a novel by Danielle Steel about the romance between a photographer and a cowboy. A subplot involves a romance between characters played by Rod Taylor and Eva Marie Saint, who acted together years earlier in Raintree County (1957) and 36 Hours (1964). The film aired on October 21, 1991 on NBC.

All the Rage (1999)

It's the Rage is a 1999 film version of Keith Reddin's play "The Alarmist" about three interconnected stories and how handguns affect each of the nine people involved. The film is James D. Stern's first time directing a feature, and boasts an all-star cast.

Daddy (1991)

Daddy, also known as Danielle Steel's Daddy, is a 1991 made-for-television romantic drama film directed by Michael Miller. The film is based upon the 1989 novel Daddy written by Danielle Steel.

The Custodian (2012)

A man lost in the woods stumbles upon the entrance to Heaven. Trapped with other souls who have lost their way, he must learn how to move on and find his freedom.

Profile For Murder (1996)

A suspected serial killer (Lance Henriksen) manipulates a criminal psychologist (Joan Severance) trying to prove his guilt.

The Trail to Hope Rose (2004)

An ex-convict (Lou Diamond Phillips) gives shelter to a battered woman (Marina Black) and grapples with a corrupt mine owner in an 1850s community.

Midnight (1998)

Midnight is a 1998 Brazilian-French drama film directed by Walter Salles and Daniela Thomas for the 2000, Seen By... series.

Dulhan Wahi Jo Piya Man Bhaaye (1977)

Dulhan Wahi Jo Piya Man Bhaye is a 1977 Hindi movie. Produced by Tarachand Barjatya for Rajshri, the film is directed by Lekh Tandon. The film stars Madan Puri, Prem Krishen, Rameshwari, Jagdeep and Iftekhar. It was a surprise hit of the year and gave Madan Puri his most satisfactory film role. The music is by Ravindra Jain. The film has the same storyline as Tamasha and 1941 Hollywood film It Started with Eve. The movie was remade in Tamil as Marumagal.

Made on Broadway (1933)

Made on Broadway is a 1933 American Pre-Code comedy film directed by Harry Beaumont and written by Courtney Terrett. The film stars Robert Montgomery, Sally Eilers, Madge Evans, Eugene Pallette, C. Henry Gordon and Jean Parker. The film was released on May 19, 1933, by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.

Wednesday 04:45 (2015)

Tetarti 04:45 (English title:Wednesday 04:45) is a Greek Crime drama film written and directed by Alexis Alexiou. The film had entered both Karlovy Vary International Film Festival and Tribeca Film Festival.

Flowers (2014)

Loreak, released in the US as Flowers, is a 2014 Basque-language Spanish drama film directed by Jon Garaño and Jose Mari Goenaga. It premiered in the Official Section of the 2014 San Sebastián International Film Festival, and was also screened at the 2014 BFI London Film Festival, the 2014 Zurich Film Festival, the 2014 Tokyo International Film Festival and the 2015 Palm Springs International Film Festival. It became the first Basque language film nominated for the Goya Award for Best Film. It was selected as the Spanish entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 88th Academy Awards, being the first Basque language film to do it, but it was not nominated.

Whistling Bullets (1937)

Texas Ranger Larry Graham (Kermit Maynard) goes under cover in a prison to help Ace Beldon (Maston Williams) break out. After they escape, Ace leads Larry to his hidden loot.

The Henchman's War (2012)

A henchman's mistake sets him on a deadly crusade against a mid-level crime boss.

Sansani: The Sensation (1981)

Sansani: The Sensation is a 1981 Hindi horror mystery film of Bollywood directed by Irshad and produced by Kavita Seth. This film was released under the banner of Panorama Pictures. Lead singers of the film are Asha Bhosle, Amit Kumar, Bhupinder Singh and Varsha Bhosle.

Mcbain (1991)

McBain is a 1991 American action film written and directed by James Glickenhaus. It is about an ex-soldier who reunites his old army buddies in order to get revenge on a Colombian dictator who killed his old friend, a freedom fighter. McBain starred Christopher Walken, Michael Ironside and María Conchita Alonso. Luis Guzmán also appears as a drug dealer named "Papo". The film was not very successful, taking in less than $500,000 at the United States box office.

General Della Rovere (1959)

General della Rovere (Italian: Il generale Della Rovere) is a 1959 Italian film directed by Roberto Rossellini. The film is based on a novel by Indro Montanelli which was in turn based on a true story.

The Necessities of Life (2008)

The Necessities of Life (French: Ce qu'il faut pour vivre) is a 2008 Canadian drama film directed by Benoît Pilon and starring Natar Ungalaaq, Éveline Gélinas and Paul-André Brasseur. Told in both French and Inuktitut, the film is about an Inuit man who seeks treatment for tuberculosis in Quebec. The film was shot in Iqaluit, Nunavut and Quebec City. It received positive reviews and won four Genie Awards, including Best Direction for Pilon, and the Special Grand Prize of the Jury of the Montreal World Film Festival.

Blonde Fist (1991)

Blonde Fist (or Blond Fist), is a 1991 film starring Margi Clarke as the protagonist Ronnie O'Dowd, who finds female boxing as an alternative to her domestic problems.

Brothers in War (2014)

Two soldiers are ordered to bring a female entertainer to safety.

Seven Miles from Alcatraz (1943)

Seven Miles from Alcatraz is a 1942 American action film directed by Edward Dmytryk. The screenplay concerns two prisoners who break out of Alcatraz Federal Penitentiary.

Delta Force Commando (1988)

Delta Force Commando, is a 1988 Italian "macaroni combat" war film directed by Pierluigi Ciriaci as Frank Valenti and starring Fred Williamson and Bo Svenson.

Five Angles on Murder (1950)

The Woman in Question (released in the United States as Five Angles on Murder) is a 1950 British mystery film directed by Anthony Asquith and starring Jean Kent, Dirk Bogarde and John McCallum. After a woman is murdered, the complex and very different ways in which she is seen by several people are examined. It was loosely adapted into the 1954 Indian film Andha Naal.

The Return of Tommy Tricker (1994)

Young Tommy Tricker (Michael Stevens) knows that with the help of a magical postage stamp and a secret incantation, it's possible to mail yourself to any destination in the world. But what happens if the letter gets lost in the mail? When Tommy discovers a stamp collection that includes a 65-year-old undelivered magic stamp with a picture of a young boy named Charles Merriweather (Oliver Morgan Varlow), he and his friends endeavor to deliver the letter and free Charles from his imprisonment.

I Will Be Murdered (2013)

Rodrigo Rosenberg, a Guatemalan lawyer, turns up dead soon after recording a video predicting his murder.

Les misérables (1925)

Les Misérables is a 1925 French silent film based on the novel of the same name by Victor Hugo.

Forty Pounds Of Trouble (1962)

Tony Curtis stars in 40 Pounds of Trouble in which a day at the park becomes a high speed adventure on the world's most exclusive movie set - Disneyland! After escaping from his greedy ex-wife in California, savvy Lake Tahoe hotel/casino manager Steve McClusky (Curtis) has had enough of women. His sabbatical is sabotaged, however, when hotel owner Bernie Friedman (Phil Silvers) orders him to chaperone the venue's new headliner, Friedman's beautiful niece Chris (Suzanne Pleshette). As if that's not enough, McClusky inherits a pint-sized problem in young Penny (Claire Wilcox), a five-year old recently abandoned by her debt-ridden father. Soon charmed by his two charges, he risks crossing the Nevada border to take them to Disneyland. It's not long before the incognito trio is discovered by his ex's detectives, and a wild chase through the park's attractions begins! With a superb cast, gorgeous scenery, and the distinction of being the first feature film ever to be shot in (and above) Disneyland, this irresistible romantic comedy is a treat for the whole family!

The Right of Way (1931)

The Right of Way is a 1931 American pre-Code film directed by Frank Lloyd and produced and distributed by First National Pictures. It stars Conrad Nagel and Loretta Young. The story was filmed previously in 1915 (with William Faversham) and in 1920 (with Bert Lytell).

The Governor's Wife (2008)

A young couple elopes and returns to the groom's home to share the good news with his family and after a string of near accidents, the young woman fears her mother-in-law is trying to kill her.

Sound of the Mountain (1954)

Sound of the Mountain is a 1954 black-and-white Japanese film directed by Mikio Naruse starring Setsuko Hara, So Yamamura, and Ken Uehara. In a film about social change, an elderly man whose daughter's marriage has failed is forced to watch his son's marriage falling apart before his eyes. It is based on the novel The Sound of the Mountain by Nobel-Prize winner Yasunari Kawabata.

316 (2015)

Iran's history is seen through all 316 pairs of shoes a woman owned in her lifetime.

Topper Returns (1941)

Topper Returns (1941) is the third and final entry in the initial series of supernatural comedy films inspired by the novels of Thorne Smith. It followed Topper (1937) and Topper Takes a Trip (1938). As in the prior movies, Roland Young plays Cosmo Topper, a mousy banker who gets into trouble because of his ability to see and speak with ghosts, and Billie Burke plays his wife, who's constantly befuddled by his strange antics. The plot revolves around a murder mystery. Joan Blondell portrays a slain woman who seeks out the reluctant Topper and enlists his help in identifying her killer and saving her friend, played by Carole Landis. Most of the action takes place in a spooky mansion filled with eccentric characters, trapdoors and secret passages. The film was nominated for the Academy Award for Special Effects (Roy Seawright and Elmer Raguse) and Best Sound, Recording (Elmer Raguse). A TV series of Topper premiered in 1953 and ran for two seasons. A pilot called Topper Returns (1973) was later made for a proposed TV series. There was also a made-for-TV remake of the original film Topper in (1979). In 1969, "Topper Returns" entered the public domain in the United States due to the failure to renew the film's copyright registration in the 28th year after publication.

The First (2014)

Sara returns to an island to search for her missing sister and discovers an alien invasion is imminent. She has to choose between fleeing or facing off against the aliens to save everyone.

Shoot Loud, Louder... I Don't Understand (1966)

Shoot Loud, Louder... I Don't Understand (Italian: Spara forte, più forte, non capisco) is a 1966 Italian crime film directed by Eduardo De Filippo.

Triumph In The Skies (2015)

The crew of an airline experiences drama and hijinks across multiple cities in Asia.

Wild Horse Phantom (1944)

Wild Horse Phantom is a 1944 American film directed by Sam Newfield.

This Is A Hijack (1973)

Desperate for money, an indebted gambler (Adam Roarke) hijacks a plane.

You're Dead (1999)

You're Dead is a 1999 British dark comedy crime film directed by Andy Hurst. Although set in London most of the film was in fact filmed in Germany, and the film was released in German dub as You Are Dead, and in Japan as King of UK. The plot concerns a disastrously fatal bank robbery set up by a gangster's son played by Rhys Ifans, while the emotional centre of the film is built on the relationship between the accomplice in the robbery, a veteran safe-breaker played by John Hurt, and his policewoman daughter.

The Gardener (1974)

The Gardener (also known as Garden of Death and Seeds of Evil) is a 1974 American horror film written and directed by James H. Kay and starring Joe Dallesandro and Katharine Houghton.

Roméo et Juliette (2014)

A judge presides over the trial of a gang leader, while the two teenage children (Thomas Lalonde, Charlotte Aubin) of each fall in love.

Tarawa Beachhead (1958)

Tarawa Beachhead is a 1958 film directed by Paul Wendkos. It stars Columbia Pictures contract star Kerwin Mathews in his first leading role and the husband and wife team of Ray Danton and Julie Adams. The working title of the film was Flag over Tarawa and was originally to have starred Ronald Reagan.

Skylark (1941)

Skylark is a 1941 film directed by Mark Sandrich, and starring Claudette Colbert, Ray Milland and Brian Aherne. It was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Sound Recording (Loren L. Ryder, Paramount SSD).

Jacob Two Two Meets the Hooded Fang (1999)

Jacob Two Two Meets The Hooded Fang is a 1999 television film adaptation of the novel of the same name by Mordecai Richler.

He Hired the Boss (1943)

He Hired the Boss is a 1943 American comedy film directed by Thomas Z. Loring and written by Irving Cummings Jr. and Ben Markson. The film stars Stuart Erwin, Evelyn Venable, Thurston Hall, Vivian Blaine, William T. Orr and Benny Bartlett. The film was released on April 2, 1943, by 20th Century Fox.

Breakdown (2016)

Breakdown is a 2016 British thriller film written and directed by Jonnie Malachi, produced by Luke Fairbrass, and starring Craig Fairbrass, James Cosmo and Bruce Payne.

Gold of the Amazon Women (1979)

Gold of the Amazon Women is a 1979 American TV film directed by Mark L. Lester.

The Being (1983)

The Being is a 1983 horror film written and directed by Jackie Kong and Martin Landau, José Ferrer, Dorothy Malone, comedian Ruth Buzzi, Marianne Gordon and exploitation film producer Bill Osco, who is billed as "Rexx Coltrane". It focuses on a detective who is trying to solve a string of grisly murders and disappearances. It was first film directed by Kong, who went on to direct several other films of the same type, including Blood Diner, which has become a cult favorite.

Zhauzhürek myng bala (2012)

Myn Bala is a 2011 Kazakhstani historical dramatic film depicting the eighteenth century war fought between the Kazakhs and the Dzungar Khanate. The film was made to commemorate the 20th anniversary of Kazakhstan's independence from the Soviet Union. Its production cost over $7 million (USD).

The Crimson Ghost (1946)

The Crimson Ghost (1946) is a Republic film serial directed by Fred C. Brannon and William Witney with Charles Quigley and Linda Stirling playing the leads. This was Witney's last serial, after a career that left him one of the most praised of all serial directors. The serial was re-released as a six-episode television series in the 1950s and as a television film called Cyclotrode "X" in 1966. In the 1990s The Crimson Ghost was one of only two Republic serials to be colorised. The villain of the serial, the Crimson Ghost of the title, is one of the most visually striking of the medium. The horror punk band Misfits adapted his visage as their skull logo, and he has appeared in the music video for the song "The Number of the Beast" by Iron Maiden.

Sunday Ball (2015)

Eryk Rocha’s Sunday Ball focuses on a 14-team, annual soccer championship among favela teams in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Set in the Sampaio neighborhood (close to the Maracana? Stadium, where the 2014 World Cup final was held), the film brings audiences up-close to a final match between two rival teams: Gerac?a?o (from the Matriz favela) and Juventude (from the Sampaio favela).

Two In The Dark (1936)

Two in the Dark is a 1936 mystery film starring Walter Abel, Margot Grahame, Wallace Ford, Gail Patrick, and Alan Hale. The movie, about an amnesiac suspected of murder, was directed by Benjamin Stoloff. In 1945, Stoloff produced a remake, Two O'Clock Courage, directed by Anthony Mann and starring Tom Conway and Ann Rutherford.

No Telling (1991)

An organic-farming advocate (David Van Tieghem) meets a woman (Miriam Healy-Louie) whose husband (Stephen Ramsey) does weird limb-transplant experiments with animals.

Frontier Uprising (1961)

Frontier Uprising is a 1961 film which is a remake of Kit Carson (1940).

Gold for the Caesars (1963)

Gold for the Caesars (Italian: Oro per i Cesari) is a 1963 Italian/French international co-production historical adventure film directed by André de Toth and Sabatino Ciuffini and starring Jeffrey Hunter and Mylène Demongeot.

The Last Tattoo (1995)

A nurse and a U.S. Marine investigate a mystery involving murder and a virulent strain of gonorrhea in World War II New Zealand.

Men and Banners (1965)

A family struggles to make ends meet during the 1848 Hungarian revolution against the Habsburg Empire.

There Goes the Groom (1937)

There Goes the Groom is a 1937 screwball comedy film directed by Joseph Santley, starring Ann Sothern and Burgess Meredith. It was Burgess Meredith's second film and his first screen comedy; his first film, Winterset (1936), was a serious romantic drama.

Right of Way (1983)

Right of Way is a 1983 American made-for-television drama film written by Richard Lees and starring Bette Davis and James Stewart, and directed by George Schaefer. The film was originally broadcast on HBO on November 21, 1983.

Lena's Holiday (1991)

A woman gets caught up in a smuggling case when her luggage is accidentally switched with an identical case.

A Perry Mason Mystery: The Case of the Jealous Jokester (1995)

A lawyer (Hal Holbrook) must clear his niece (Susan Diol), one of many suspects in the murder of a TV sitcom actress (Dyan Cannon).

True to Life (1943)

True to Life is a 1943 film directed by George Marshall. It stars Mary Martin and Franchot Tone.

The Best Pair Of Legs In The Business (1973)

With his life crumbling around him in a dingy holiday camp, middle-aged female impersonator, Sherry.Sheridan stays rooted in the past,but will his son Alan, and long-suffering wife Mary, stay with him?

Ramona (1928)

Ramona is a 1928 American silent drama film directed by Edwin Carewe, based on Helen Hunt Jackson's 1884 novel Ramona, and starring Dolores del Rio and Warner Baxter. Mordaunt Hall of the New York Times found much to praise in what he called "an Indian love lyric": "This current offering is an extraordinarily beautiful production, intelligently directed and, with the exception of a few instances, splendidly acted. The scenic effects are charming.... The different episodes are told discreetly and with a good measure of suspense and sympathy. Some of the characters have been changed to enhance the dramatic worth of the picture, but this is pardonable, especially when one considers this subject as a whole." This was the first United Artists film with a synchronized score and sound effects[citation needed], but no dialogue, and so was not a talking picture. The story had been filmed by D. W. Griffith in 1910 with Mary Pickford, remade in 1916 with Adda Gleason, and again in 1936 with Loretta Young.

Sam Churchill: Search for a Homeless Man (1999)

A private investigator searches for his client's missing father and finds him held captive by child pornographers.

That Day (2003)

That Day (French: Ce jour-là) is a 2003 French comedy film directed by Raúl Ruiz. It was entered into the 2003 Cannes Film Festival.

Ghost Chase (1987)

Hollywood-Monster (released as Ghost Chase in the United States) is a 1987 horror comedy film directed by Roland Emmerich, about a film crew working in a haunted mansion. Emmerich's third movie, it starred Jason Lively, Jill Whitlow, Paul Gleason and Tim McDaniel. The film was released theatrically in Germany on June 25, 1987. It would eventually be released on video cassette in the United States on February 7, 1990, by M.C.E.G. Virgin Home Entertainment. In 2001, the film was released on DVD by Image Entertainment but in full frame and without any bonus material. The DVD is now discontinued.

One in a Million (1935)

One in a Million is a 1934 American drama film directed by Frank R. Strayer and starring Dorothy Wilson, Charles Starrett and Guinn 'Big Boy' Williams.

A Christmas Adventure From A Book Called Wisely's Tales (2001)

A snowstorm forces Santa to crash land in the woods and his reindeer run away when circus animals frighten them.

Frontier Rangers (1959)

Frontier Rangers is a 1959 film composed of episodes of the TV series Northwest Passage (1959).

The Killing Secret (1997)

The Killing Secret is a 1997 made-for-television drama that originally aired on NBC. The film, directed by Noel Nosseck and produced by Philip K. Kleinbart, starred Ari Meyers, Soleil Moon Frye, Tess Harper and Mark Kassen.

Mermaids of Tiburon (1962)

Mermaids of Tiburon is a 1962 film about a diver looking for buried treasure who comes across mermaids. The movie was acquired by Filmgroup productions, who released it in 1962, mostly to some US military bases.

Man of Two Worlds (1934)

Man of Two Worlds is a 1934 film.

Me & Isaac Newton (2000)

Me & Isaac Newton is a 1999 documentary directed by Michael Apted.

Love And Action In Chicago (1999)

Love And Action In Chicago is a 1999 American action romantic comedy starring Courtney B. Vance, Regina King and Kathleen Turner. The film, written and directed by Dwayne Johnson-Cochran, in his directorial debut, focuses on a celibate hired assassin finding love with a quirky accountant in the Windy City.

What Next, Corporal Hargrove? (1945)

What Next, Corporal Hargrove? is a 1945 black-and-white comedy film from MGM, produced by George Haight, directed by Richard Thorpe, that stars Robert Walker and Keenan Wynn. Harry Kurnitz received an Oscar nomination for his original screenplay, What Next, Corporal Hargrove?, for this follow-up to the 1944 hit See Here, Private Hargrove.

Warp Speed (1981)

A ship is found adrift in space with no trace of its crew, or any signs of life at all. A psychic is brought into to try to "join" her mind with the memories lingering in the spacecraft so she can find out what happened to the crew and where they are now.

The Sea Bat (1930)

The Sea Bat is a 1930 American thriller film directed by Lionel Barrymore and Wesley Ruggles, starring Raquel Torres and featuring Boris Karloff. Part of the film was filmed on location in Mazatlán, Mexico. The film was originally intended as a vehicle for Lon Chaney, but he was too ill of throat cancer to undertake the project, and died on August 26, 1930. The film concerns a community of sponge divers who are harassed by a large and hostile manta ray. In reality, manta rays are gentle creatures, and do not attack humans.

You're in the Army Now (1937)

O.H.M.S. (US title You're in the Army Now) is a 1937 English adventure film directed by Raoul Walsh and starring Wallace Ford, John Mills, Anna Lee and Grace Bradley.

From the Manger to the Cross (1912)

From the Manger to the Cross or Jesus of Nazareth is a 1912 American motion picture that was filmed on location in Egypt and in Palestine. It tells the story of Jesus' life. Directed by Sidney Olcott who also appeared in the film, actress and screenwriter Gene Gauntier wrote the script and portrayed the Virgin Mary. The film received excellent reviews at the time of its original release. After Vitagraph Studios acquired Kalem, the film was re-released in February 1919.

Raaste Kaa Patthar (1972)

Raaste Kaa Patthar is a 1972 Bollywood action film directed by Mukul Dutt. The film stars Amitabh Bachchan and Shatrughan Sinha. The movie is loosely based on the 1960 movie The Apartment.

Blood Money (1999)

When a load of cash and dead underworld assasins are found at the scene of a drug deal gone sour, Candy (Lori Petty), a fiesty stripper, finds herself in the Mafia's cross-hairs. She's the only eye-witness alive who can implicate a vicious crime lord, and now her life depends on Detective Connor (Michael Ironside) and his partner Peter (Currie Graham). But when no hiding place is safe, who can you trust? You won't know what hit you in this nail-biting action thriller!

Cry, the Beloved Country (1951)

In the back country of South Africa, black minister Stephen Kumalo (Canada Lee) journeys to the city to search for his missing son, only to find his people living in squalor and his son a criminal. Reverend Misimangu (Sidney Poitier) is a young South African clergyman who helps find his missing son-turned-thief and sister-turned-prostitute in the slums of Johannesburg.

Mark of the Astro-Zombies (2004)

A disgruntled scientist, recently fired by a space agency, decides to create superhuman monsters from the body parts of innocent murder victims. The creatures eventually escape and go on a killing spree, attracting the attention of both an international spy ring and the CIA.

The Spider Woman Strikes Back (1946)

The Spider Woman Strikes Back is a 1946 horror film starring Gale Sondergaard. Despite the similar title and role played by Sondergaard, the film is not a sequel to the Sherlock Holmes film, The Spider Woman. In The Spider Woman, Sondergaard's character is named Adrea Spedding. This time it is Zenobia Dollard.

Blind Detective (2013)

Blind Detective is a 2013 Hong Kong-Chinese action crime romantic comedy film directed by Johnnie To and starring Andy Lau and Sammi Cheng.

Beyond Recognition (2003)

Two Chochenyo Ohlone women struggle to protect their ancestors' burial places.

Dixie (1943)

Pre-Civil War minstrel Dan Emmett (Bing Crosby) gets in trouble with his corncob pipe, his girlfriend (Dorothy Lamour) and card shark Mr. Bones (Billy De Wolfe).

Future War (1997)

Future War is a 1997 American direct-to-video science fiction film about an escaped human slave fleeing his cyborg masters and seeking refuge on Earth. It was lampooned in a 1999 episode of Mystery Science Theater 3000.