John Leguizamo's Ghetto Klown (2014)
Der Schrei der schwarzen Wölfe (1972)
The Cry of the Black Wolves (German: Der Schrei der schwarzen Wölfe) is a 1972 West German western adventure film directed by Harald Reinl and starring Ron Ely, Raimund Harmstorf and Gila von Weitershausen.The film's sets were designed by the art director Rolf Zehetbauer. Location shooting took place in Austrian Tyrol.
La colle (2017)
Shock 'Em Dead (1991)
Shock ‘Em Dead (1990), also known as Rock ‘Em Dead, is a film directed by Mark Freed and starring Traci Lords.
Love and Other Crimes (2008)
Ljubav i drugi zločini, or Love and Other Crimes in English, is a 2008 Serbian romantic comedy directed by Stefan Arsenijević, and written by Arsenijević and Srđan Koljević, and stars Anica Dobra and Vuk Kostić. The film won Arsenijević an award for Best Director at the 2008 Sofia International Film Festival.
No Ordinary Shepherd (2014)
A False Reality (2015)
287th Hour (2006)
How much lack of sleep can a human body endure? Studies have shown that the longest someone has gone without sleep was 288 hours or twelve days before dying. A cold blooded killer takes a group of people hostage and forces them to stay awake for twelve days. Now anyone who falls asleep dies. Will anyone live to see the 288th hour?
Our Little Differences (2013)
Chez Leon Coiffure (2012)
Qui c'est les plus forts? (2015)
Qui c'est les plus forts? is a 2015 French film directed by Charlotte de Turckheim.
Antonio, Ihm Schmeckt's Nicht! (2016)
It's Your Turn, Honey! (2017)
The Rise and Fall of Black Velvet Flag (2003)
The Apocalypse Watch (1997)
Zwei Herren im Anzug (2018)
Expect a Miracle (2011)
Kill the Monsters (2018)
When young man in a three-way relationship falls ill, his two older partners decide they will all go west to seek holistic treatment and new adventures.
Tout Baigne! (1999)
A torrential downpour traps an unlucky couple in their home.
The Last Vacation (1948)
The Last Vacation (French: Les dernières vacances) is a 1948 French drama film directed by Roger Leenhardt and starring Odile Versois, Michel François and Jean Lara.
The film's art direction was by Léon Barsacq.
Se battre (2014)
Filmmakers follow working-class French people who struggle to make ends meet.
Battling Bunyan (1924)
Battling Bunyan is a 1924 American silent sports comedy film directed by Paul Hurst and starring Wesley Barry, Frank Campeau and Molly Malone. In order to raise cash in a hurry, a young man takes up professional boxing despite the fact he is totally unsuited to it.
Performance artist Atif Y. Siddiqi embarks on a creative journey to self-realization.
Meet Me in Venice (2015)
A woman travels to Venice, Italy, to finally meet her absentee father.
King Size (1988)
Kingsajz is a 1987 cult Polish comedy fantasy film directed by Juliusz Machulski. The action takes place in late communist Poland and in a fictional Lilliputian kingdom called Szuflandia (Drawerland), hidden deep underground the Quaternary Research Institute. The movie is an allegory of a communist regime and thus was received very enthusiastically by anti-communist society. Kingsajz used highly oversized props and sets, supervised by production designer Janusz Sosnowski, intended to capture the difference in size between the little people and the large things from the above ground world that they use. The Drawerland sets were built in Łódź Studio soundstages as wall-to-wall set-constructions. Some scenes were optically enhanced by matte painting by artists from Barrandov Studios.
Fail State (2018)
An investigation into the dark side of higher education.
Little Forest: Winter/Spring (2015)
Za Karate (1974)
Souvenirs of Bucovina: A Romanian Survival Guide (2013)
Water Makes Us Wet: An Ecosexual Adventure (2019)
The Emperor's Newest Clothes (2018)
Sheyal Debota Rahasya (1996)
Joto Kando Kathmandute (1996)
Grace Kelly: The American Princess (1987)
Kommissarie Späck (2010)
Dansen op de vulkaan (2014)
Beware of the Jönsson Gang (1981)
Varning för Jönssonligan (English: Beware of the Johnson Gang) is a Swedish film about the gang Jönssonligan made in 1981. Filming dates: July 1981 – September 1981
It was the first Swedish adaptation of one of the original Danish Olsen Gang movies. Somewhat ionically, it was based on the sixth Olsen Gang movie, Olsen-bandens sidste bedrifter, which was intended as the last one when it was made.
Norske Byggeklosser (1972)
Repmånad eller Hur man gör pojkar av män (1979)
Repmånad is a Swedish comedy film which was released to cinemas in Sweden on 23 February 1979, directed by Lasse Åberg. The plot revolves around a group of men called in for refresher exercise (known as "repmånad" in Swedish, hence the title) in the Swedish Army, and who did their national service together some years earlier. The alternative name is "How to make boys out of men (Swedish:hur man gör pojkar av män), a joke on the military motto "We make men out of boys".
Kurt Josef Wagle og mordmysteriet på Hurtigruta (2017)
Olsen-banden møter kongen og knekten (1974)
Andremo in città (1966)
Andremo in città is a 1966 Italian drama film directed by Nelo Risi. It is based on the novel of the same name by Edith Bruck, Risi's wife. Bruck, a Hungarian concentration camp-survivor, settled in Italy after the Second World War and wrote about her experiences in autobiographical and fictional formats. The film stars Geraldine Chaplin and Nino Castelnuovo.
Att angöra en brygga (1965)
Docking the Boat (Swedish: Att angöra en brygga, or sometimes: To Go Ashore) is a Swedish dark comedy film from 1965 directed by Tage Danielsson. The film stars Gösta Ekman, Monica Zetterlund, Hans Alfredson, Lars Ekborg and Birgitta Andersson have acquired a mild cult following in Sweden for their acting in this film. Monica Zetterlund also performed the theme song.
The Beloved Son of God (1988)
Brotherhood of Legio (2007)
Dusty and Me (2018)
Shaquille O'Neal Presents: All Star Comedy Jam - I'm Still Laughing (2018)
Bollywood Dream (2011)
Bollywood Dream (Portuguese: Bollywood Dream - O Sonho Bollywoodiano) is a 2010 Brazilian–Indian adventure-comedy film written and directed by Beatriz Seigner. It's the first co-production between Brazil and India, and the film debut of Beatriz Seigner as director.
The film follows the story of three Brazilian actresses who decide to try their luck in Bollywood, India's film industry, but once entered into the heart of Indian culture and mythology, their dreams are modified by the contrast between East and West.
Dear Santa (2005)
Dear Santa is a 2005 American Christmas television film directed by Jim Hunziker and starring Clay Aiken, Hilary Duff, Raven Symoné, and Tony Hawk. The film first aired December 9, 2005 on the Fox network, and Season 2 was hosted by Kristen Bell and aired November 28, 2006 on ABC Family.
Welcome to the Roses (2003)
Welcome to the Roses (original title: Bienvenue chez les Rozes) is a 2003 French comedy film, written and directed by Francis Palluau. It stars Jean Dujardin, Carole Bouquet and Lorànt Deutsch.
Shoot First... Ask Questions Later (1975)
The White, the Yellow, and the Black (Italian: Il bianco, il giallo, il nero), also known as Samurai and Shoot First... Ask Questions Later, is a 1975 Spaghetti Western comedy film.
It is the last spaghetti western directed by Sergio Corbucci. Differently from his previous western films, this is openly parodic, acting as a spoof of Red Sun. It was generally poorly received by critics. The character of Milian will be reprised by the same actor, with slight changes, in the comedy film Delitto al ristorante cinese.
Lorai: Play to Live (2015)
Lorai: Play to Live is an Indian Bengali sports drama film directed by Parambrata Chatterjee, which stars Prosenjit Chatterjee, Payel Sarkar and Indrasish Roy in lead roles. The film is produced by Shyam Sunder Dey under the Greentouch Entertainment.The film was released on 9 January 2015.
Tokyo Ghoul: Pinto (2015)
Olsen Banden For Altid (2018)
Bornoporichoy: A Grammar of Death (2019)
Bornoporichoy is a Bengali Neo-noir thriller drama film directed by Mainak Bhowmick. The film starring Abir Chatterjee, Jisshu Sengupta and Priyanka Sarkar as Malini is produced by Shree Venkatesh Films. The film was released theatrically on 26 July 2019. Anupam Roy is the music director of the film.
LasseMajas detektivbyrå - Kameleontens hämnd (2008)
Kill The Ninja (1975)
Benvenuto Cellini (2007)
Black Veil Brides: Alive and Burning (2015)
Tady hlídám já (2012)
The Chaser (1928)
Harry Langdon’s funniest and blackest comedy on the subject of love and marriage. His wife is a nagger and his mother-in-law is worse! The first half of the picture takes hilarious pot-shots at marriage and sets the scene for the second half in which Harry runs away from home with his buddy William Jaimison. They get involved in a slapstick auto chase along the way and Harry parodies ‘The Great Lover’.
Spasibo dedu za pobedu (2019)
W. Kamau Bell: Private School Negro (2018)
Comedian W. Kamau Bell muses on parenting in the Trump era, 'free speech' dustups, woke children's TV and his fear of going off the grid.
The Village Teacher (1947)
The Village Teacher is a 1947 Soviet drama film directed by Mark Donskoy.
Annika Bengtzon: Crime Reporter (2012)
Heißes Pflaster Köln (1967)
Annika Bengtzon: Crime Reporter - Lifetime (2012)
Poveri ma ricchissimi (2017)
The Tucci family discovers that they have not really lost all their money and, refusing to pay Italian taxes, decides to turn Torresecca into a tax haven, relying on a post-Italian unification bureaucratic oversight.
Caroline Vigneaux Quitte La Robe (2015)
Riusciranno i nostri eroi a ritrovare l'amico misteriosamente scomparso in Africa? (1968)
Riusciranno i nostri eroi a ritrovare l'amico misteriosamente scomparso in Africa?, internationally released as Will Our Heroes Be Able to Find Their Friend Who Has Mysteriously Disappeared in Africa?, is a 1968 Italian comedy film directed by Ettore Scola. Production of the film started in 1965, with the working title Mister Sabatini, suppongo (Mister Sabatini, I suppose). It inaugurated in Italy a brief vogue of kilometric titles.The film was the sixth highest grossing release at the Italian box office in the 1968/69 season. The plot is loosely based on Italian Disney comics artist Romano Scarpa's comic Topolino e il Pippotarzan (1957).
Gli Inaffidabili (1997)
La galerie des monstres (1924)
The King's Letters (2019)
I've Had It (1973)
Time & Fortune Vietnam Newsreel (1968)
Charlotte The Return (2019)
That Part Feeling - the Universe of Arvo Part (2019)
Arvo Pärt is is the most performed living composer in the world, but he is considered to be something of a recluse, and his person and work have rarely been documented on film. In this documentary we get to know Arvo Pärt as an artist combining an incredible sensitivity with humor and energy in his work. His reputation stems from his deeply-held belief that it’s not through words that a great artist communicates, but simply through music. Though he may seem reclusive in his person, what he wants to say and what he means is written in notes.
Pärt is known for his minimalistic style that employs his self-invented compositional technique "tintinnabuli". It is this harmonious, spiritual and minimalistic approach to music that forms the basis of That Pärt Feeling – a feeling of wholeness, beauty and essence of being, embraced by millions of persons all around the world. Pärt’s intense collaboration with the Cello Octet Amsterdam is at the heart of this documentary, which sheds a bright light on Pärt’s universe. A universe not only inhabited by classical musicians like Tõnu Kaljuste, Candida Thompson or Daniel Reuss, but also by choreographers like Jiří Kylián, filmmakers like Alain Gomis and young musicians like Kara-Lis Coverdale. They are all looking for "that Pärt feeling."
Case #1, Case #2 (1979)
First Case, Second Case is a 1979 Iranian film directed by Abbas Kiarostami.
The Aimless Bullet (1961)
Obaltan is a 1960 South Korean tragedy film directed by Yu Hyun-mok. The plot is based on the novella of the same name by Yi Beomseon. It has often been called the best Korean movie ever made.
The Defense Rests (1934)
The Defense Rests (or Take the Witness ) is a 1934 American film directed by Lambert Hillyer and starring Jack Holt, Jean Arthur, and Nat Pendleton. The movie was produced in May 1934 and released on 15 July 1934.
Delovye lyudi (1962)
Strictly Business (alternate name Business People, Russian: Деловые люди, translit. Delovye lyudi) is a 1962 Soviet black-and-white comedy film directed by Leonid Gaidai, based on three short stories by O. Henry: "The Roads We Take", "Makes the Whole World Kin", and "The Ransom of Red Chief".
The film's title is borrowed from the book of short stories by O. Henry titled Strictly Business (1910, Деловые люди in Russian translation), but none of the short stories it includes were adapted for the screen.
Letter to Theo (2019)
Am I a Serial Killer? (2019)
El día que me amen (2003)
The Curse of Blanchard Hill (2006)
Rien ne Vaut la Douceur du Foyer (2018)
Roches Noires (2018)
A Place to Be (2018)
All We Have Is Now (2014)
Conni und Co 2 - Das Geheimnis des T-Rex (2017)
Le sphinx (1995)