Finders Keepers (1967)
Finders Keepers is a 1966 British musical film directed by Sidney Hayers, written by Michael Pertwee and starring Cliff Richard. It was released in the U.S. the following year. A search was made to find an actress to play the Spanish girl who falls for Cliff. The 21-year-old Viviane Ventura won the role: born in London, but fluent in Spanish, she sang a spirited duet in the film with Cliff: Paella.
Woman in a Dressing Gown (1957)
Woman in a Dressing Gown is a 1957 British film directed by J. Lee Thompson. The film won four awards at the 7th Berlin International Film Festival including "Best Foreign Film". Yvonne Mitchell won the Silver Bear for Best Actress. The film also won the 1958 Golden Globe Award for Best English-Language Foreign Film.
The screenplay was written by Ted Willis and the cinematographer was Gilbert Taylor. The producer was Frank Godwin.
And Now My Love (1974)
And Now My Love (French: Toute une vie), (Released as 'A Whole Lifetime' in Australia) is a film released in 1974 by French writer/director Claude Lelouch, starring Marthe Keller, André Dussollier, Charles Denner, and Charles Gérard. The American title derives from the use of the Gilbert Bécaud song "Et Maintenant" at the film's climax; the song title literally translates as "And Now," and the song became a worldwide hit when it was recorded with English lyrics as "What Now My Love". And Now My Love was nominated for the Best Original Screenplay Academy Award in 1975. The film was also screened at the 1974 Cannes Film Festival, but wasn't entered into the main competition.
Life's Essentials with Ruby Dee (2014)
Filmmaker Muta'Ali Muhammad chronicles the lives of his grandparents, actors Ruby Dee and Ossie Davis.
A relaxing trip to the woods turns deadly when a vicious killer declares open season on the members of a hunting party.
Bye Bye Love (1995)
Bye Bye Love is a 1995 American comedy-drama film that deals with the central issue of divorce. It was directed by Sam Weisman and written by Gary David Goldberg and Brad Hall. It stars Matthew Modine, Randy Quaid, Paul Reiser, Janeane Garofalo, Amy Brenneman, Eliza Dushku, Rob Reiner, Amber Benson, and Lindsay Crouse. Production costs were heavily underwritten by McDonald's product placement.
Goldberg and Hall stated that they included in the script several fictionalized accounts of events that had happened to divorced friends of theirs.
Also acting in the film were Jayne Brook, and Ed Flanders in his last movie role. A not-yet-famous Jack Black has one line ("Reefer?") as a disc jockey at a party.
Co-stars Amber Benson and Eliza Dushku went on to play main roles on the television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer, as did Lindsay Crouse.
Di que sí (2004)
Di que sí is a 2004 Spanish film directed by Juan Calvo.
Endless, the Rock Return (2005)
A businessman (Enrique San Francisco) persuades a rock band to reunite and perform on the road.
James A. Michener's Texas is a 1994 ABC television miniseries directed by Richard Lang and starring Patrick Duffy as Stephen F. Austin, Stacy Keach as Sam Houston, Chelsea Field as Maddie Quimper, Rick Schroder as Otto McNab, Grant Show as William B. Travis, David Keith as James Bowie, John Schneider as Davy Crockett, María Conchita Alonso as Lucia, and Benjamin Bratt as Benito Garza. The film is narrated by Charlton Heston. Aaron Spelling was the executive producer.
The Knockout (1923)
An injured boxer (Milton Sills) goes to Canada to manage a lumber camp, but later finds himself back in the ring.
Huggets Abroad (1949)
The Huggetts (Jack Warner, Kathleen Harrison) and their brood decide to drive overland from England to South Africa.
If It's Not Now, Then When? (2012)
Mee has been living with her mother since her father's death; his passing has left a strange aura on the family, which has drifted apart emotionally.
A Pair of Briefs (1962)
Two young Attorneys, Frances and Tony, meet when her car collides with his motor scooter. They form an instant mutual dislike. Soon afterwards they discover that they share the same employer and, worse still, they are working on the same divorce brief - against each other. The case is simple: neither party has a shred of evidence. The bullying judge, and all concerned, become involved in a riotous slanging match. But in all the chaos Cupid intervenes and Frances and Tony find they have quite a lot in common, after all!
Batman: The Dark Knight Returns (2013)
It is ten years after an aging Batman has retired, and Gotham City has sunk deeper into decadence and lawlessness. Now, when his city needs him most, the Dark Knight returns in a blaze of glory. Joined by Carrie Kelly, a teenage female Robin, Batman takes to the streets to end the threat of the mutant gangs that have overrun the city. And after facing off against his two greatest enemies, the Joker and Two-Face, for the final time, Batman finds himself in mortal combat with his former ally, Superman, in a battle that only one of them will survive.
Nightmare City 2035 (2007)
In the future, a corrupt regime creates the illusion of a beautiful city through implanted chips in everyone's brain. As more people realize the truth, they seek allies to foment a revolution to reveal the reality.
Post impact (2004)
Post Impact is a 2004 disaster film, written and directed by Christoph Schrewe and stars Dean Cain, Bettina Zimmermann, Joanna Taylor, Nigel Bennett, and Hanns Zischler. The film centers on the story of Captain Tom Parker, who is forced to leave his family behind during a massive impact event.
Clan of Amazons (1978)
Clan of Amazons, also known as Clan of the Amazons, is a 1978 Hong Kong film adapted from Xiuhua Dadao of Gu Long's Lu Xiaofeng novel series. The film was directed by Chor Yuen, produced by the Shaw Brothers Studio, and starred Tony Liu as the lead character.
Murder At The Vanities (1934)
Murder at the Vanities is a 1934 American Pre-Code musical film based on the 1933 Broadway musical with music by Victor Young. It was released by Paramount Pictures. It was directed by Mitchell Leisen, stars Victor McLaglen, Carl Brisson, Jack Oakie, Kitty Carlisle, Gertrude Michael, Toby Wing, and Jessie Ralph. Duke Ellington and his Orchestra are featured in the elaborate finale number. The film is primarily a musical, based on Earl Carroll's long-running Broadway revue Earl Carroll's Vanities, combined with a murder mystery. Songs featured in the film by Arthur Johnston and Sam Coslow include "Cocktails for Two" sung by Brisson, "Marahuana" sung by Michael, "Where Do They Come From (and Where Do They Go)" sung by Carlisle, and "Ebony Rhapsody" by Ellington. In the film, Lucille Ball, Ann Sheridan, and Virginia Davis had small roles as chorines. It was released on DVD (as part of a six disc set entitled "Pre-Code Hollywood Collection") on April 7, 2009.
A reporter (Katrina Halili) discovers that village tales about a ghost are all too real, and must figure out a way to put the vengeful spirit to rest.
Doctor X (1932)
Doctor X is a 1932 American Pre-Code two-color Technicolor horror/mystery film, produced jointly by First National and Warner Bros. Based on the play originally titled The Terror (New York, February 9, 1931) by Howard W. Comstock and Allen C. Miller, it was directed by Michael Curtiz and stars Lionel Atwill, Fay Wray and Lee Tracy.
The film was produced before the Motion Picture Production Code was enforced. Themes such as murder, rape, cannibalism and prostitution are interwoven into the story. The film was one of the last films made, along with Warner Bros' near contemporary Mystery of the Wax Museum (1933), in the early two-color Technicolor process. Black and white prints were shipped to small towns and to foreign markets, while color prints were reserved for major cities.
Tandem is a 1987 French dramatic road movie directed by Patrice Leconte.
Finnish Blood Swedish Heart (2013)
Finnish Blood Swedish Heart is a 2013 documentary film by Mika Ronkainen about a Finnish father and son revisiting their former home in Sweden. The film won two Jussi Awards (Finnish Oscars) in 2014: Best Documentary and Best Music, and the Dragon Award for Best Nordic Documentary Film at the Göteborg Film Festival in February 2013.
The film was released theatrically in Sweden with the title Ingen riktig finne on March 22, 2013, and in Finland titled Laulu koti-ikävästä on April 5, 2013.
Sherlock Undercover Dog (1994)
A boy (Benjamin Eroen) and a girl (Brynne Cameron) help a talking canine track the smugglers who kidnapped his policeman master.
So Evil, So Young (1963)
So Evil, So Young is a 1961 British Technicolor Reform school Prison film from the Danzigers, starring Jill Ireland and Ellen Pollock.
Rattle of a Simple Man (1964)
Rattle of a Simple Man is a 1964 British comedy-drama film directed by Muriel Box and starring Diane Cilento, Harry H. Corbett and Michael Medwin, based on the 1963 play by Charles Dyer. The screenplay concerns a naive man who becomes involved with a prostitute.
A Dona da História (2004)
A woman (Marieta Severo) stuck in a midlife crisis imagines how her life could have been different.
The Terror of Doctor Mabuse (1962)
Criminal mastermind and madman Dr. Mabuse (Wolfgang Preiss) has finally been locked away in an asylum for the criminally insane, yet the expertly planned heists that are his specialty continue to occur. Inspector Lohmann (Gert Frobe) believes Mabuse is somehow still in command of his vast crime empire, yet when he visits the institution, he finds Mabuse engrossed in pages of seemingly nonsensical notes and charts. Mabuse's psychiatrist insists the man is harmless, but Lohmann isn't so sure.
The Life of Riley (1949)
The Life of Riley is a 1949 American comedy film directed by Irving Brecher and starring William Bendix, Rosemary DeCamp and James Gleason. It was based on the popular radio show of the same name.
Tweek City (2005)
Haunted by nightmares and afraid to sleep, Bill, (Giuseppe Andrews - ), a young half-Latino plunges into a speed-induced, late-night journey through the streets of San Francisco's Mission District. The night keeps going downhill for sleep-deprived Bill, now completely unhinged after a humiliating one-night stand and the death of his best friend from a reckless stage dive accident. Ultimately, in a hallucinogenic state, he travels down to Los Angeles to crash his high school sweetheart's wedding, and makes a desperate attempt to reconnect with his lost love.
From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler (1995)
From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler is a 1995 American made-for-television comedy-drama film based on E.L. Konigsburg's novel of the same name. The story is about a girl and her brother who run away from home to live in the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art and discover what they think is a lost treasure. The children, Claudia and Jamie, are transfixed with the treasure and won't leave without knowing what its secret is. Lauren Bacall stars in the title role.
Doc Holliday's Revenge (2014)
In 1882, Joseph and Elizabeth protect a wounded Indian in a logging camp from Doc Holliday.
Ever since the accidental death of his only child Cobb Mills has spent his time in a haze of guilt, booze and regret. When he takes a trip to the fateful town where the crash occurred he meets a mysterious, sultry woman. There is a spark between them providing him with hope. But he should have known better, and he soon finds that she carries a dark past which will come to haunt him…
Marilyn and Me (1991)
Marilyn and Me is a 1991 American television film. It premiered on the History Channel in India on May 12, 2006 in Double 'F'.
Slow West (2015)
Slow West is a 2015 British/New Zealand action western film written and directed by John Maclean in his directorial debut. It stars Kodi Smit-McPhee as a young man searching for his lost love in the American West, accompanied by a bounty hunter played by Michael Fassbender. It premiered at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival on January 24, 2015, where it was awarded the Sundance Institute's World Cinema Jury Prize: Dramatic Winner.
The film was first released on May 15, 2015 in the United States, with a simultaneous release on video on demand.
Caught In The Game (2009)
A love triangle forms when a money-laundering woman meets another man.
The Night the World Exploded (1957)
The Night the World Exploded is a 1957 science fiction film. The film was written by Jack Natteford and Luci Ward and directed by Fred F. Sears for producer Sam Katzman. Both Katzman and Sears were great exponents of the low-budget B film genre.
In a Shallow Grave (1988)
A disfigured World War II veteran (Michael Biehn) returns to Virginia and courts his sweetheart (Maureen Mueller) through a hired hand (Patrick Dempsey).
Wintertime is a 1943 Twentieth Century-Fox musical film starring Sonja Henie and Cesar Romero, and featuring Woody Herman and His Orchestra.
That's the Way of the World (1975)
That's the Way of the World is a 1975 film produced and directed by Sig Shore, starring Harvey Keitel, and features the music of R&B/Funk group Earth, Wind & Fire (who also appear in the picture as a fictionalized version of themselves). The film depicts the music business and the life of record executives. A soundtrack by Earth, Wind & Fire released in the same year eventually became one of the group's landmark albums.
Coleman Buckmaster (Harvey Keitel) also known as "the Golden Ear" is a producer extraordinaire for A-Chord Records. In the midst of working slavishly to complete the debut album of "the Group" (Earth, Wind & Fire), Buckmaster is forced to put their project on the back-burner in favor of a new signing to A-Chord, "the Pages," Velour (Cynthia Bostick), Gary (Jimmy Boyd) and Franklin (Bert Parks). According to label head Carlton James (Ed Nelson), the Pages represent good, ol' fashioned, wholesome family values. According to Buckmaster, they represent everything wrong with the music business: a soulless pastiche of cheese-on-white-bread, and he wants nothing to do with them. However, due to his contract, he is forced to turn the flat song of their demo, "Joy, Joy, Joy" into a workable hit. In the meantime, he ends up in a relationship with Velour, seemingly also against his will, but he is able to use the relationship to his and the Group's advantage.
Thank You and Good Night (1992)
Written and directed by Jan Oxenberg, this documentary explores the subject of death in a very personal manner. The film focuses on Mae Joffe, Oxenberg's grandmother, who struggles with terminal cancer, but approaches her situation with disarming humor. In addition to extensive interviews with Joffe, the production features playful skits that bring to life Oxenberg's own memories of her grandmother and make use of cardboard cutouts crafted from old photographs.
The Eve of St. Mark (1944)
The Eve of St Mark is a 1942 play by Maxwell Anderson set during World War II. It later became a 1944 film by 20th Century Fox that featured some of the same actors who repeated their roles in the film. The title is derived from the legend of St Mark's Eve and the title of an uncompleted 1819 poem by John Keats.
Powder Town (1942)
Powder Town is a 1942 comedy about an eccentric scientist thrust into danger and romance. Max Brand worked on the screenplay and published a novelisation under his own name.
Reach For The Sky (1956)
Reach for the Sky is a 1956 British biographical film about aviator Douglas Bader, based on the 1954 biography of the same name by Paul Brickhill. The film stars Kenneth More and was directed by Lewis Gilbert. It won the BAFTA Award for Best British Film of 1956. The film's composer John Addison was Bader's brother-in-law.
The Caiman (2006)
The Caiman (Italian: Il caimano, referring to the caiman) is a 2006 Italian comedy-drama film directed by Nanni Moretti and starring Silvio Orlando and Margherita Buy. Focusing on Silvio Berlusconi's vicissitudes, it was released just before the beginning of the 2006 elections, in which Berlusconi lost. It was one of the most successful films of 2006 in Italy. It was entered into the 2006 Cannes Film Festival.
Deadly Friends (2003)
A childhood friend (Brendan Fletcher) murders Nancy Eaton (Jessica Par), the daughter of a wealthy couple.
You Can't Buy Luck (1937)
You Can't Buy Luck is a 1937 murder mystery film. It made a profit of $24,000.
The King Of The Kickboxers (1990)
The King of the Kickboxers (also known as Karate Tiger IV and No Retreat, No Surrender 4) is a 1990 martial arts film directed by Lucas Lowe and starring Loren Avedon as Jake Donahue and Billy Blanks as Khan.
The Fall (1999)
The Fall is a 1999 thriller film written by Mike Walker and directed by Andrew Piddington.
Crash Course (1988)
High school driving instructor Larry Pearle is a nervous wreck. Suffering from a recent divorce and the threat of losing his job, he is also facing the death-defying prospect of teaching a class of zany misfits how to drive --- misfits who are far more interested in pursuing each other, than in passing their driving exams.
Earth Minus Zero (1996)
Suburban humans are hunted by a malevolent alien that wants to make them part of an interstellar zoo.
Nomad: The Warrior (2005)
Nomad: The Warrior (Kazakh: Көшпенділер, Köşpendiler) is a 2005 Kazakh historical epic film written and co-produced by Rustam Ibragimbekov, executive-produced by Miloš Forman and directed by Sergei Bodrov, Ivan Passer and Talgat Temenov. It was released on March 16, 2007 in North America, distributed by The Weinstein Company. The film has been shot in two versions: in Kazakh by Temenov for distribution in Kazakhstan and in English by Passer and Bodrov for distribution worldwide. The government of Kazakhstan invested $40 million in the movie production, making it the most expensive Kazakh film ever made. Nomad was Kazakhstan's official entry for Best Foreign Language Film for the 79th Academy Awards.
Stranger In The House is a 1967 crime drama directed and written by Pierre Rouve (from the novel by Georges Simenon), produced by Anatole de Grunwald, and starring James Mason, Geraldine Chaplin, and Bobby Darin. The movie is also known as Cop-Out and is a remake of the 1942 French film Strangers in the House (Les inconnus dans la maison). The film was remade in 1997.
Eric Burdon & The Animals recorded the song "Ain't That So" for the film. The song was co-written by band member Vic Briggs and John Scott, composer of the film score, and was produced and arranged by Briggs.
15 Years and One Day (2013)
15 Years and One Day (Spanish: 15 años y un día) is a 2013 Spanish drama film directed by Gracia Querejeta. The film was selected as the Spanish entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 86th Academy Awards, but it was not nominated.
Stop Me Before I Kill! (1960)
The Full Treatment (also known as The Treatment and Stop Me Before I Kill!), is a 1960 black and white British thriller film directed by Val Guest and starring Claude Dauphin, Diane Cilento and Ronald Lewis. It was based on the 1959 novel The Full Treatment by Ronald Scott Thorn.
What Price Honesty? (1980)
Danny Lee, Jason Pai and Sun Chien play newly-recruited law enforcers whose crime-fighting is hampered by their corrupt superiors, in this period-set martial arts thriller.
The Courier (1988)
A motorcycle courier (Padraig O'Loingsigh) goes after a Dublin drug dealer (Gabriel Byrne) for killing his girlfriend's (Cait O'Riordan) brother.
Tipping Point (2007)
A medical student investigates the death of a powerful man, but those around her begin to question her sanity.
Ski Fever (1966)
An American student at an Austrian resort disapproves of the games of seduction played by his fellow ski instructors.
The Perfect Killer (1977)
Mobsters recruit a convict (Lee Van Cleef) as a hit man, and he seeks out his lover (Tita Barker) and friend who betrayed him.
My Weakness (1933)
My Weakness is a 1933 American Pre-Code musical film directed by David Butler and starring Lilian Harvey, Lew Ayres and Charles Butterworth. It was the second of four films made by the British-German actress Harvey in Hollywood, who had emerged as major star during Weimar Germany.
It both was and wasn't the first mainstream Hollywood film to use the word "gay" as a descriptor of homosexuality. In one scene, Charles Butterworth and Sid Silvers commiserate over their miserable, hopeless shared love for Lilian Harvey, until Butterworth is struck by a solution: "Let's be gay!" However, the Studio Relations Committee censors decreed that the line had to be muffled.
Three Cornered Moon (1933)
Three-Cornered Moon is a 1933 American Pre-Code comedy film directed by Elliott Nugent, and written by Ray Harris and S.K. Lauren, based on play by Gertrude Tonkonogy Friedberg. The film reached No. 9 in the National Board of Review Awards Top 10 films in 1933, and film critic Leonard Maltin identifies it as one of the "25 Vintage Movies You Really Shouldn't Miss".
The Oath Of Death (1971)
A Song dynasty loyalist swears an oath of revenge against a man who was once his blood brother. He disfigures his own face to assume a new identity and gain access to his target's fortress.
A Los Angeles doctor (Lindsay Wagner) and a narcotics detective (Elizabeth Pea) seek passengers of a plane from Latin America carrying cholera.
A foolish publicity stunt dreamed up by a Hollywood press agent almost proves to be the downfall of a famous star.
Everyday People (2004)
Everyday People is a 2004 drama film written and directed by Jim McKay. The storyline revolves around the lives of the employees working at a restaurant in Brooklyn, New York City, which is to be closed down due to economic shortfall.
Carnal Crimes (1991)
Carnal Crimes is a 1991 American thriller film directed by Gregory Dark and produced by Andrew W. Garroni . This film has bean music composed by Jeff Fishman and Matthew Ross.The film starring Martin Hewitt, Linda Carol, Rich Crater, Alex Kubik, Yvette Nelson and Paula Trickey in the lead roles.
The Beneficiary (1997)
Detectives Jimmy Price (Linden Ashby) and Connie Roos (Suzy Amis) suspect a beautiful young woman, Lena Girard (Stacy Haiduk), has murdered her billionaire husband -- but when Lena inherits the money from his death, she gives it all away to a charity, which rules out her motive. Since Price was a friend of the deceased, he doesn't quite want to believe that Lena killed him anyway. But when he starts to get close to her romantically, his suspicions begin to resurface as he discovers her secrets.
A Terrible Beauty... (2013)
The men and women of the Easter Rising in Dublin in 1916.
A Second Chance (2015)
A couple with a rocky past find married life to be very difficult.
The Devil's Playground (1946)
The Devil's Playground is a 1946 American Western film directed by George Archainbaud and written by Ted Wilson. The film stars William Boyd, Andy Clyde, Rand Brooks, Elaine Riley and Robert Elliott. The film was released on November 15, 1946, by United Artists.
Beyond the Blue Horizon (1942)
Beyond the Blue Horizon is a 1942 American adventure film directed by Alfred Santell and written by Frank Butler. The film stars Dorothy Lamour, Richard Denning, Jack Haley, Patricia Morison, Walter Abel, Helen Gilbert and Elizabeth Patterson. The film was released on June 25, 1942, by Paramount Pictures.
Aurora: Operation Intercept (1995)
Aurora: Operation Intercept is a 1995 film directed by Paul Levine and starring Bruce Payne, Lance Henriksen and John Stockwell.
The "Aurora" is a secret hypersonic military aircraft based at Groom Lake. It is very similar to what aviation experts assume to be the Aurora aircraft. In the film, it is being stolen by a Russian terrorist who tries to destroy the White House. The propulsion system is a "combined cycle" conventional/scramjet engine.
The Lady in the Car with Glasses and a Gun (1970)
The Lady in the Car with Glasses and a Gun (French: La Dame dans l'auto avec des lunettes et un fusil) is a 1970 psychological thriller film directed by Anatole Litvak starring Samantha Eggar, Oliver Reed and John McEnery. It is based on Sébastien Japrisot's 1966 novel La Dame dans l'auto avec des lunettes et un fusil. The film was remade in 2015.
Navy Blues (1929)
Navy Blues is a 1929 American Pre-Code romance film starring William Haines as a sailor and Anita Page as the girl he romances and leaves. This was Haines' first talking picture.
The Nun (1967)
The Nun (French: La Religieuse, also known as French: Suzanne Simonin, la Religieuse de Denis Diderot) is a 1966 French drama film directed by Jacques Rivette and based on the novel of the same title by Denis Diderot.
The Street Fighter (1974)
The Street Fighter (激突！殺人拳, Gekitotsu! Satsujin Ken), literally Clash, Killer Fist!, is a Japanese martial arts film released in 1974 and produced by Toei Company Ltd. It was released in the US by New Line Cinema and became one of the first films to be a commercial success for the distributor. It is notable as the first film to receive an X-rating in the United States solely for violence. In the UK it was originally released as Kung Fu Streetfighter, presumably to avoid confusion with the Charles Bronson movie Hard Times which was initially released as The Streetfighter in the UK.
The Street Fighter inspired two sequels, Return of the Street Fighter and The Street Fighter's Last Revenge. Additionally, the film Sister Street Fighter and its sequels is a spin-off series of The Street Fighter. There was another spin-off entitled Kozure Satsujin Ken, which was brought to the US by a different company under the title Karate Warriors. The video game The Darkness has the entire movie available, to watch, on any of the in-game TVs.
The film is in the public domain and is available for free download at the Internet Archive.
George Washington Slept Here (1942)
George Washington Slept Here is a 1942 comedy film starring Jack Benny and Ann Sheridan. It was based on the 1940 play of the same name by Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman, adapted by Everett Freeman, and was directed by William Keighley. The film also starred Hattie McDaniel, the first black woman to ever win an Academy Award.
Warner Archives released the film on DVD in November 2013. George Washington Slept Here was in the John Wayne film Operation Pacific (1951) when two American submarines traded films at sea.
Love 86 (1986)
Love 86 is a 1986 Bollywood film directed by Esmayeel Shroff, starring Tanuja, Govinda, Rohan Kapoor, Farha Naaz and Neelam.
The Married Couple of the Year Two (1971)
The Married Couple of the Year Two (French: Les Mariés de l'an Deux) is a 1971 French comedy film directed by Jean-Paul Rappeneau. It was entered into the 1971 Cannes Film Festival. The title is a reference to “The Soldiers of Year II”, the conscripts raised by the Levée en masse in 1793 to defend the republic against foreign invaders.
The Woman in Red (1935)
The Woman in Red is a 1935 American film directed by Robert Florey and starring Barbara Stanwyck and Gene Raymond. Based on the novel North Shore by Wallace Irwin, the film is about a woman equestrian who meets and falls in love with a traveling polo player from a once wealthy family. After they are married, she is persuaded to entertain her friend's wealthy client aboard a yacht. The client accidentally drowns, and her friend is arrested for his murder. Determined to keep her name out of the press, the friend does not reveal that he has a witness who can prove his innocence.
Sister, Sister (1987)
Sister, Sister is a 1987 American Southern Gothic thriller film directed and co-written by Bill Condon, and starring Eric Stoltz, Jennifer Jason Leigh, and Judith Ivey.
Night Of The Warrior (1991)
A photographer-nightclub propietor-kickboxer extraordinaire has been making a fortune for a certain fight promoter. When the kickboxer decides to quit fighting, the promoter is furious and cooks up a plan to keep him under his control by framing the kickboxer for murder.
Club Fed (1990)
Club Fed is a 1990 comedy film that spoofs the "Club Fed"-type of minimum security prisons where wealthy white-collar criminals are often sent.
Tarzan the Fearless (1933)
While studying in the remotest regions of Africa, archaeologist Dr. Brooks (E. Alyn Warren) is kidnapped and held hostage by a tribe of jungle dwellers. Lucky for him, he happens to be a friend of Tarzan (Buster Crabbe), the noble hero raised by apes in the continent's darkest forests. With the help of Brooks' daughter, Mary (Jacqueline Wells), Tarzan searches the jungle to find and rescue the scientist, but little does he know Mary's safari guides have insidious plans of their own.
The Venetian Affair (1967)
The Venetian Affair is a 1967 spy film directed by Jerry Thorpe. It stars Robert Vaughn and Elke Sommer and is based on a novel of the same name by Helen MacInnes.
Secrets is a 1933 American pre-Code Western film directed by Frank Borzage and starring Mary Pickford in her last film role. The film is a remake of Secrets (1924), a silent film starring Norma Talmadge, which was based on a 1922 play of the same name.
In 1930, Pickford had begun a remake of the Norma Talmadge Secrets titled Forever Yours with director Marshall Neilan and actors Kenneth MacKenna and Don Alvarado. After spending $300,000, Pickford stopped production and destroyed all the negatives because she was unhappy with the results.
Bank manager Claudio (Thomas Trabacchi) is 35 and gay, and he's been HIV-positive for a decade. He's managing the illness, but his strict regimen of medicine has turned him almost robotic. His relationship with partner Dario (Davide Bechini) has also grown stale. When Claudio reunites with the mysterious Andrea (Riccardo Salerno), an old flame, the dullness of routine is suddenly broken. But soon, Andrea's romantic view of life tempts Claudio to engage in dangerous unprotected sex again.
Highway 13 (1948)
A trucker (Robert Lowery) exposes a series of so-called accidents.
Chains Of Gold (1991)
A social worker tries to help a 13-year-old boy escape the control of a drug-dealing gang. But when the boy disappears, he must infiltrate the drug ring himself.
Mickey the Great (1945)
A compilation of early Mickey McGuire (aka Mickey Rooney) comedies where anything can happen and often does.
The Hole (1998)
The Hole, also known as The Last Dance, is a 1998 drama-musical film directed by Tsai Ming-liang. It stars Yang Kuei-mei and Lee Kang-sheng.
Sunny is a 1941 film American film directed by Herbert Wilcox. It was adapted by Sig Herzig from the Jerome Kern-Oscar Hammerstein II musical play Sunny. It stars Anna Neagle, Ray Bolger, John Carroll, Edward Everett Horton, Grace Hartman, Paul Hartman, Frieda Inescort, and Helen Westley.
It is the second film version of the musical; the first was made in 1930.
Blondie Brings Up Baby (1939)
Blondie Brings Up Baby is a 1939 black and white comedy film, directed by Frank R. Strayer. This was the fourth of 28 films based on the comic strip.
Nine Lives Are Not Enough (1941)
Nine Lives Are Not Enough is a 1941 drama film directed by A. Edward Sutherland and written by Fred Niblo Jr.. The film stars Ronald Reagan, Joan Perry, and James Gleason, with Howard Da Silva, Faye Emerson and Edward Brophy. The film was released by Warner Bros. on September 20, 1941.
Racing Blood (1936)
A jockey transforms an injured colt into a champion Thoroughbred after saving it from the glue factory.
Genesis: The Creation and the Flood (1994)
Genesis: The Creation and the Flood is a 1994 television film shot in Morocco, directed by an Italian film director, renowned Ermanno Olmi. It is based on the Book of Genesis, first book of the Hebrew Bible, where creation of the world and Great Flood are described.
Alone in the Dark (1982)
A quartet of murderous psychopaths break out of a mental hospital during a power blackout and lay siege to their doctor's house.