The Mysterious Island (1929)
In the peaceful kingdom of Hetvia, Count Dakkar (Lionel Barrymore) prepares two high-tech submarines to explore the ocean depths. Jealous of Hetvia's bounty and eager for war, the evil Baron Hubert Falon (Montagu Love) attempts to steal the two submarines for use as weapons. An undersea chase ensues, which leads the two rivals, along with Dakkar's daughter, Sonia (Jane Daly), and her lover, Nikolai Roget (Lloyd Hughes), into a secret world ruled by a race of strange aquatic creatures.
Junction 88 (1947)
A New York publisher finds the church-choir leader who has sent him a song.
The Winner's Circle (1948)
A Thoroughbred makes the long journey from initial training and workout to ultimate triumph as a champion horse.
Murder by the Clock (1931)
A policeman (William Boyd) investigates a woman's (Lilyan Tashman) link to murders that are preceded by a shrilling horn inside a family mausoleum.
Fear No More (1961)
A woman becomes a murder suspect after discovering a dead woman on a train.
Prison Warden (1949)
The new warden (Warner Baxter) of a bad prison finds his biggest problem is his wife (Anna Lee).
Los Pobres Van al Cielo (1951)
Two elderly must confront different hardships when someone attempts to take away a child they raised.
Federal Bullets (1937)
A clever lady outlaw conceals her real intentions by acting as a charity-drive leader.
Los Viejos Somos Así (1948)
A young woman lends money of her work to her boyfriend and this one doesn't pay it back, but an old man helps her in exchange of love.
Federal Man (1950)
After a narcotics agent and his informer are murdered in Los Angeles, the Federal Bureau of Narcotics assigns Special Agent Phil Sherrin (William Henry) to help West Coast Bureau Chief Charles Stuart (Robert Shayne) investigate. A photo of a dancer's dead informer takes Phil to Tijuana, Mexico, where he gets information that leads him to a mysterious box sent to California. Tipped off to the identity of the head of a drug-smuggling ring, Phil is nevertheless powerless to stop the next murder.
War of the Zombies (1965)
An underground wizard (John Drew Barrymore) supplies his grasping goddess with walking-dead Roman soldiers.
Hallelujah the Hills (1963)
Two men woo the same woman at different times of the year only to lose her to a bearded man.
Amos Oz: The Nature of Dreams (2009)
The life and work of the Israeli author.
Los Traficantes (2012)
Former drug cartel chief Esteban Mendoza finds redemption while serving a 33-year prison term by helping inmates overcome drug addiction.
Willow and Wind (2000)
A transfer student, newly located to a rainy Iranian town, feels a responsibility to fix a broken window when a classmate cannot afford to.
Luxury Liner (1948)
Capt. Jeremy Bradford (George Brent) has a particularly exciting luxury-liner cruise in store when he's charged with transporting a troupe of opera singers to Rio de Janeiro. Anxious to become a singer herself, Bradford's young daughter, Polly (Jane Powell), decides to skip out on school and sneak onto the ship before it departs. Angry that his daughter disobeyed him, Bradford puts her to work on the ship for punishment, but Polly has her own ideas about how to spend the trip.
Another Wild Idea (1934)
An experimental ray gun designed to release a person's inhibitions turns a timid man (Charley Chase) into a mountain of boldness.
The Upturned Glass (1947)
A surgeon (James Mason) suspects foul play after his illicit lover (Rosamund John) falls to her death from a window.
Pokémon the Movie: Kyurem vs. the Sword of Justice (2012)
Based on the video game.
Dangerous People (2002)
Young and talented singer Roxanne LaBelle is kidnapped and held for a ransom.
Rio Grande (1939)
The conniving Ed Barker (Dick Curtis) murders a rancher and tries to steal the ranch from his widow, Jean Andrews (Ann Doran). However, their old friend Cliff Houston (Charles Starrett) appears on the scene to try and save the day. He makes a deal with Barker and his crew to drive the Andrews herd to market and split the money, but each man really plans to con the other as soon as the time is right. Along for the ride is singing cowboy Bob Stevens (Bob Nolan).
God sends two recently deceased gangsters on a mission to help a psychotic cowboy (Vincent Schiavelli) kill a controversial video artist (Drew Abrams).
Gigantis, the Fire Monster (1955)
Atomic blasts off the coast of Japan activate a prehistoric monster.
The Argyle Secrets (1948)
A framed reporter (William Gargan) and the crooks on his trail scramble to locate a book containing the names of war profiteers and traitors.
A man and his son wander into a deserted small town in search of work, and they join the population of lost souls.
No Man of Her Own (1932)
Gambler Babe Stewart (Clark Gable) flees Manhattan when his mistress threatens to turn him in. He hides out in a small town, where he meets prim librarian Connie Randall (Carole Lombard). When Connie refuses his advances, Babe impetuously flips a coin to decide whether to marry her, and does. Returning to New York with Connie, Babe avoids the police and convinces his new wife that he holds a respectable day job. But when Connie discovers Babe's duplicity, she takes matters into her own hands.
Show Them No Mercy (1935)
A young couple and their child fall prey to kidnappers when a storm drives them into a seemingly abandoned farmhouse.
John Hus (1977)
The life story of the 15th-century Bohemian religious reformer and martyr also known as John Hus.
Smouldering Fires (1925)
Attracted to young Robert Elliott (Malcolm McGregor), who works in the factory she manages, Jane Vale (Pauline Frederick) promotes him -- and then falls in love with him. To quell the rumors that begin spreading, Robert proposes to Jane. But before the wedding, Jane's younger sister, Dorothy (Laura La Plante), meets Robert and they fall in love. Robert marries Jane out of loyalty, but soon after, Jane realizes their age difference is too great, and conspires to bring him together with Dorothy.
The owner (Eugene Domingo) of a small funeral parlor continually meddles in the affairs of her three children.
Rat Fink (1965)
A sadistic rock singer (Schuyler Hayden) will do whatever it takes to become a star. After seducing an older woman in order to steal money from her, the singer travels to Hollywood, Calif., and hires an agent (Hal Bokar), eventually engaging in an affair with the man's wife (Warrene Ott). Meanwhile, he also impregnates a clueless teenager (Judy Hughes) and then forces her to get an abortion from a veterinarian, only to promptly dump her when he suddenly becomes famous.
Eric Fane (Richard Barthelmess) is a composer unwilling to compromise his dream for a steady job back home in the United States. After his studies in Italy, he moves to Paris, where he is forced to write popular songs for money when he stops receiving support from his father. He tires of selling out and, after an encounter with the mob, starts to travel. He begins a madcap journey from Paris to Port Said, Egypt, and to the South Seas, where he believes he has found love with Teita (Bessie Love).
A man travels across a barren land to gain revenge.
One War (2009)
Five Soviet women, branded traitors for bearing children fathered by enemy soldiers, await evacuation from their remote island prison camp.
We Don't Care About Music Anyway (2009)
Performers use musical instruments and electronics to create walls of noise that fit in with the group's unique definition of music.
French Conspiracy (1973)
A journalist (Jean-Louis Trintignant) lures a developing nation's leader (Gian Maria Volonte) to Paris, supposedly to make a television show.
Multiple Maniacs (1970)
The Cavalcade of Perversion, a traveling freak-show, is a front for a band of psychotic kidnappers and murderers.
The Disenchantment (1976)
Filmmaker Jaime Chvarri interviews the wife and three children of a Spanish poet who died in 1962.
Mi Compadre Capulina (1989)
Capulina is taken to prison for crimes he didn't commit. His neighbor helps free him but soon after he gets into trouble again.
Rules of the Game (1999)
When his friend is left paralyzed after a fight, a man (Louis Koo) joins the attacker's crime ring and works his way up the ranks to wreak vengeance.
Fall In (1942)
A sergeant (William Tracy) who has a photographic memory has zany misadventures with a buddy (Joe Sawyer).
The Tune (1992)
In this quirky animated comedy by cult cartoonist Bill Plympton, Del is a young songwriter, working for the bossy Mr. Mega, who must come up with a hit or face losing his job. Hoping to stay employed and close to the object of his affections, Didi, who happens to be Mega's assistant, Del sets out in search of musical inspiration and ends up in the strange town of Flooby Nooby. Will the odd denizens of the strange hamlet help him to create his all-important snappy tune?
False Faces (1943)
A district attorney sets out to vindicate his son who's been accused of murdering a nightclub singer.
Regretting Fish (2011)
Fisher has just stolen $500,000 from a French drug cartel and makes plans to escape from New York City. He gets help from his ex-fiance, Verity, and as the net tightens around them, Fisher realizes he cannot trust anyone.
Boris Godunov (1986)
A possible impostor (Alexander Soloviev) torments a newly crowned medieval czar (Sergei Bondarchuk) who may have ordered the real successor's death.
In the Heat of Passion (1991)
A woman (Sally Kirkland) and her lover (Nick Corri) pin her husband's death on the real-life rapist the lover portrays on a TV crime show.
When a Man's a Man (1935)
Drifter Larry Knight (George O'Brien) misses his train after stopping at a rodeo, and decides that he might as well stay and work as a ranch hand. Knight takes a job with Dean Baldwin (Richard Carlyle), whose water supply has been in crisis because of a landslide. Knight hatches a plan to divert water back to the Baldwin ranch. What he doesn't account for is the treachery of foreman Phil Action (Paul Kelly), who has been jealous of Knight ever since he strolled onto Cross Triangle Ranch.
The Angel Who Pawned Her Harp (1954)
An angel (Diane Cilento) comes to Earth on a goodwill mission and befriends an elderly London pawnbroker (Felix Aylmer).
Two Italian brothers fight Hasbro in the courts to keep making a copyrighted game.
High Explosive (2000)
A man (Patrick Bergin) defuses land mines, while a doctor (Dsire Nosbusch) treats the injured during Angola's civil war.
The Pyramid: Finding the Truth (2011)
In 2006, Semir Osmanagic claims that there are ancient pyramids in Bosnia, and he starts excavating sites to prove that the Butmir culture is older than that of the Egyptians.
Three American men set up a business in Nicaragua and get into trouble when the Sandinistas come to power.
A reformed prostitute (Viviane Romance) ditches her irresponsible husband and becomes involved with a wealthy archaeologist.
Heart of Arizona (1938)
Hopalong Cassidy (William Boyd) helps an ex-convict rancher guard her cattle from rustlers.
The Fascist (1965)
A staunch fascist soldier, Primo Arcovazzi (Ugo Tognazzi) is charged with escorting captured dissident professor Erminio Bonafe (Georges Wilson) from the Italian countryside back to Rome. Their journey, however, does not go as planned, particularly when a mischievous girl named Lisa (Stefania Sandrelli) causes Arcovazzi's motorcycle to crash. As their situation goes from bad to worse, Arcovazzi and Bonafe develop a sense of mutual respect, despite their vast ideological differences.
Pourvu que ça dure (1995)
Two motorcyclists from the police force try to protect a deputy mayor.
2012: Mayan Prophecy and the Shift of the Ages (2009)
An investigation of the doomsday prophecy and the predicted beginning of a new historical cycle.
Madame X (1920)
A French diplomat's (William Courtleigh) fallen wife (Pauline Frederick) stands trial for murder, defended by her son (Casson Ferguson) who does not know her.
Daal Mein Kuch Kaala Hai (2012)
The ambition of a budding actress (Veena Malik) to become a star attracts the attention of a newly rich man.
The Best Things in the World (2010)
Together with friends, a paulistan teenager lives situations where fears, pressure to succeed, and family relationship are manifested intensely.
Criminals regroup after a botched bank heist to figure out what went wrong.
Affairs of a Model (1946)
A woman (Maj-Britt Nilsson) who poses for artists falls for a talented sculptor (Alf Kjellin) who sees her only as the perfect model.
White Trash (1992)
Young male hustlers (John Hartman, Sean Christiansen) and a pregnant hooker (Periel Marr) try to survive on the streets of Hollywood.
Alabama's Ghost (1973)
A nightclub employee contends with vampires, Nazis and a robot doppelganger after he assumes the mantle of a master magician.
All Men Are Apes (1965)
A promiscuous young woman finds success as a professional stripper and goes bananas for her hairy erotic-dance partner.
Leap of Faith (2009)
Four families take a leap of faith and start the process of converting into Orthodox Jews. Some of their friends and family think they are courageous and others think it is absurd.
In and Out of Planet Earth (2008)
Thinking he killed someone, a man (Mark Joseph) jumps into a river to drown himself but instead has a surreal underwater experience.
Mardock Scramble: Second Combustion (2011)
Dr. Easter rescues Rune Balot, and she recovers in Paradise, a high-tech laboratory where the Scramble 09 protocol originated. After a fierce battle, Rune and the doctor decide that it's time to take the fight to the enemy.
A Guerra dos Rocha (2008)
Three siblings are constantly fighting over who should care for their elderly mother.
Time Bomb (1984)
A terrorist (Morgan Fairchild) and her gang target an armored truck taking weapons-grade plutonium across Texas.
The Idiot (1951)
In post-World War II Japan, childlike veteran Kinji (Masayuki Mori) suffers from post-traumatic stress-induced seizures, and, after treatment at a mental health institution in Okinawa, he returns to his hometown. There he meets and becomes romantically caught up with two women -- Taeko (Setsuko Hara) and Ayako (Yoshiko Kuga). Another man, Denkichi (Toshir Mifune), is passionately in love with Taeko, too. So when Kinji begins favoring Taeko, a violent conflict erupts between the two men.
Father's Wild Game (1950)
An irate citizen decides to trap his own game rather than pay outrageous store prices for meat.
Absent-minded professor Oscar Collins (Jack MacGowran), studying in his charmless apartment, is bothered by loud music from the flat next door. Peeking through a tiny crack in the wall, he discovers a gorgeous young model, Penny Lane (Jane Birkin), and becomes obsessed with her and her swinging hippie lifestyle. In surreal fantasy sequences, he imagines doing battle with Penny's gauche photographer boyfriend (Iain Quarrier) for her hand. George Harrison provides the period soundtrack.
Pseudo: Blood of Our Own (2012)
A veteran detective takes the law into his own hands and conducts a series of raids with his friends. Trouble arises when they turn on one another and begin a game of cat and mouse.
King Arthur: The Young Warlord (1975)
Brave Arthur (Oliver Tobias) unites ancient tribes of Britons against sixth-century Saxon invaders.
Van Veeteren: Münsters Fall (2005)
A lawman (Sven Wollter) investigates the stabbing death of a wealthy wine merchant.
It Shouldn't Happen to a Dog (1946)
An editorial prank puts a newsman (Allyn Joslyn) on a case with a detective (Carole Landis) and her Doberman pinscher.
Mariana, Mariana (1987)
A young student falls in love with the best friend of her mother, feeling that is discovered by his teachers.
Don Quintin the Bitter (1935)
A businessman abandons his family and reunites with his daughter on his deathbed.
The Fighting Code (1934)
The death of a young woman's father puts a cowboy on the trail of a killer.
Fighting Fury (1934)
An extraordinary dog and a lovely white stallion help trap outlaws.
Love Story (1981)
Two young lovers (Vijayata Pandit, Kumar Gaurav) run away to elope after their parents decide to oppose their relationship.
Ganga Zumba (1963)
In 17th-century South America, plantation slaves revolt against their cruel owners in a bid for freedom.
Frog Song (2005)
Akemi (Konatsu) leaves her cheating husband and befriends Kyoko (Rinako Hirasawa), a sexually unbridled woman who hooks for extra cash, and is introduced to a new world of sensual experiences.
Sea Rex: Journey to a Prehistoric World (2010)
An underwater journey through the Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous periods.
Dracula's Fiancee (2002)
A professor and his protege track Dracula through parallel universes and find an odd order of nuns, which is holding a young woman captive so she can marry the vampire.
The Fighting Ranger (1948)
A bold Texas Ranger sets off on the trail of a band of ruthless outlaws.
Twice a Judas (1969)
A wealthy amnesiac becomes aware of a con man's attempts to kill off his family and separate him from his estate.
The Rats of Tobruk (1944)
Anzacs wage a long and courageous resistance to Nazi invasion during World War II.
Directed by acclaimed filmmaker Mike Nichols, this documentary presents beloved comedienne Gilda Radner in a live performance. Exuding manic energy, Radner launches into routines that feature her renowned characters from "Saturday Night Live," most notably the wacky Roseanne Roseannadanna. The concert also includes other amusing comedic bits by Radner such as "Honey (Touch Me with My Clothes On)" as well as a guest appearance by Father Guido Sarducci (Don Novello).
Satan in High Heels (1962)
A married stripper flees to New York and has an affair with her boss and his son.
Wrestling for Jesus: The Tale of T-Money (2011)
A man from rural South Carolina tries to overcome the demons from his past by starting a Christian professional wrestling league.
The Fighting Rookie (1934)
A condemned cop redeems himself by exposing a gang of underworld crooks.
All About Women (2008)
A doctor (Zhou Xun), a beautiful executive (Kitty Zhang) and a rock singer (Kwai Lun-mei) search for love in Beijing.
The Wolves (1972)
In 1923, Japanese mobsters Seiji Iwahashi (Tatsuya Nakadai) and Gunjiro Ozeki (Noboru And) are arrested in the midst of a violent gang battle. Four years after their conviction, there is a regime change in Japan, and the new emperor pardons many prisoners, including Iwahashi and Ozeki. When they reunite with their former associates, they find that the criminal codes they live by have been abolished. Worse, their gang has deadly new leaders who don't take kindly to Iwahashi's mistrust of change.
The Dream and the Silence (2012)
After a couple have a terrible car accident that kills their daughter, the father awakes from a coma with no memory of his deceased daughter.
Fighting Thoroughbreds (1939)
A simple stableboy works long and hard to become a very wealthy man.
Space Dogs (2010)
A circus dog and a stray become the world's most famous canine cosmonauts.
Alter Egos (2004)
Documentary filmmaker Laurence Green goes behind the scenes to show the making of Chris Landreth's "Ryan," a computer-animated short film based on the life of acclaimed Canadian animator Ryan Larkin, who went from being nominated for an Academy Award in 1969 to being a homeless alcoholic addicted to drugs. Interviews with Landreth show the process behind the creation of "Ryan," and interviews with Larkin himself shine light on the troubles he faced, and on his road to redemption.
Finnegans Wake (1965)
In this inventive attempt to bring to the big screen James Joyce's "unfilmable" final masterpiece, which circles through the dreams and subconscious of a man over the course of one night, characters read passages from the novel itself. With visual and other stylistic devices -- some readings are accompanied by subtitles and occasionally the film switches into animation -- this experimental work offers an accessible entry point into a difficult text.