Smoked (2012)

After three stoners try to rob a pot club, they are hunted by notorious killers.

Bomb in the High Street (1961)

Thieves disguised as soldiers plan to use a bomb scare as part of their plan to rob a bank.

Border Bandits (1946)

Jewel-robbing bandits become the quarry of two United States marshals.

Urban Explorers: Into the Darkness (2007)

From the catacombs of Paris to an abandoned castle in Glasgow, director Melody Gilbert follows urban explorers as they discover, unearth and investigate long-forgotten spaces. Solo participants like the cartography-obsessed Slim Jim and teams like the Action Squad discuss their introduction to the underground community of urban explorers and what drives them to seek out dusty, often dangerous, experiences in cities around the world.

Heart of the West (1936)

Hopalong Cassidy comes to the aid of a family interested in building an enclosure to protect their cattle and property.

The Boy Soldier (1981)

A former soldier sends his reluctant son (Lucas Belvaux) to a military school where the cadet clashes with the commanding officers.

Noel: The Samba Poet (2007)

Noel Rosa (Rafael Raposo) finds fame in music and poetry in the 1930s before succumbing to tuberculosis.

Operation Midnight Climax (2002)

An ultra-paranoid New Yorker who buys into any number of conspiracy theories and lives in a constant state of anxiety that they will capture him because of his forbidden knowledge makes his own plot against the shadow leadership of the world.

Discreet (2008)

A conflicted Christian and an upscale call girl discover that honesty is priceless in a society that values sex above all when their worlds collide on one fateful night.

I Love a Bandleader (1945)

An amnesiac house painter (Phil Harris) thinks he's the leader of a swing band.

The Last Vampire (1989)

A sorcerer's apprentice, endowed with the skills of two master magicians, seeks a sword to slay the last of the undead.

Love Never Dies (2012)

Jane shows her love for Michael, even after death.

Go For Broke 2 (2005)

Desperate for ransom money, two men (Jared Day, John Jean) dress in drag to steal a $20 million diamond from an African prince.

Disk Jockey (2006)

When the former partner of two money-grubbing killers-for-hire absconds with a disc containing all of the information about their illicit business, the race is on to catch the thief before the disc falls into the wrong hands.

Headstand (1981)

Markus does not get along with his mother, and she sends him to a mental institution for electroshock treatment.

Killer Flood: The Day the Dam Burst (2003)

An architect (Joe Lando) tries to warn a corrupt contractor (Bruce Boxleitner) that a dam will eventually break and cause a disaster.

Magician Mickey (1937)

Donald Duck continually heckles Mickey's magic act, but Mickey bests him at every turn.

Angel's Rage (2006)

Troubled youth (Alexandre Castonguay, Isabelle Guérard, Louison Danis) try to survive on the streets of Montreal.

County, State, USA: Sweet Corn (2014)

After robbing a bank, a teenager must trust a local farmer who is facing foreclosure.

Yang Ban Xi: The 8 Model Works (2005)

Chairman Mao's wife commissions a series of musical works to promote the ideals of China's Cultural Revolution.

The Invisible Collection (2012)

Beto travels to the Brazilian countryside to find a collection of rare drawings. He meets Samir and his family, but seeing how lives change with the end of the cocoa plantations is soul-disturbing.

As Seen Through These Eyes (2008)

Prisoners in concentration camps create art and music to survive; Maya Angelou narrates.

Finders Keepers (1952)

An ex-convict (Tom Ewell) disagrees with his wife (Julia Adams) and mother (Evelyn Varden) when his little boy comes home with a wagon of cash.

In Broad Daylight (1991)

Len Rowan (Brian Dennehy) makes life a living hell for the residents of a small town. Despite his history of violence and intimidation, Rowan has always remained one step ahead of the law. With the help of his hotshot attorney, he's been able to duck countless criminal charges. But his bullying goes too far when, after an argument, he shoots a local grocery store owner. When the sheriff offers little in the way of help, the townspeople decide to take the law into their own hands.

The Devil and Miss Sarah (1971)

A satanic outlaw (Gene Barry) commands a homesteader's (James Drury) wife (Janice Rule) to help him escape.

A Yank in Ermine (1955)

An American discovers that he is a British earl and heads to England to claim his estate.

Tony Tango (2012)

To save his family's studio, a Latin dance instructor (Maxx Maulion) must win a dance competition against more talented hoofers.

Jackpot (1962)

Back in London after serving time, an ex-convict learns that his wife is not willing to return to him.

Robinson Crusoe (1970)

The tale of a shipwrecked man (Hugo Stiglitz) on a desert island unfolds from a tiger's point of view.

Hazaaron Khwaishein Aisi (2003)

An idealist (Kay Kay Menon), a businessman and their friend experience political turmoil in 1970s India.

Divination (2012)

Successful artist and expectant father Jason is initially overjoyed when his old friend Dee returns for an unannounced visit, but begins to fear the worst when his vivid nightmares begin to bleed into reality.

Mayandi Kudumbathar (2009)

The children of two brothers are at odds over a property dispute. The older brother dotes on his youngest son, but once the old man dies, the once-united family starts to disintegrate.

Sojourn (2014)

Aedh, a lonely soul, yearns for love, peace and enlightenment.

The Shanghai Chest (1948)

Charlie Chan is called in to investigate when a "dead" man returns to murder the judge and jurors who convicted him.

Winter Has No Sun (2015)

Two lifelong friends make choices that lead to a number of problems.

The Mendoza Line (2014)

A minor-league baseball player (Juan Carlos Arena) lives in fear that he will fail to achieve his dream, and that his and his wife's status as illegal immigrants will be revealed.

Portraits Chinois (1996)

A fashion designer's (Helena Bonham Carter) friends spend time bickering, lying to themselves and to one another.

She Lives Her Life (2015)

A pawn shop worker named Betsy lives her life in a sequence of 12 chapters.

Up a Tree (1955)

Donald Duck (Clarence Nash) tries to chop down Chip 'n Dale's tree.

Migraine (2012)

A recovering addict (Michael O'Farrell) attends a meeting for drug abuse.

Expert Weapon (1993)

Adam, a convicted murderer on death row, is given the opportunity to join a secret government commando force that will mold him into a skilled and ruthless killing machine.

Harry and the Butler (1961)

An old eccentric (Osvald Helmuth) uses his inheritance to hire a butler.

Twin Sisters of Kyoto (1963)

Twins who were separated at birth meet for the first time as adults, leading one to suffer an identity crisis.

Politics (1931)

Disgusted with the influence of racketeer Jim Curango (John Miljan) in their small town, music teacher Ivy Higgins (Polly Moran) decides to run for mayor. After the death of a young woman, Myrtle (Karen Morley), Ivy discovers that the killer intended to murder Myrtle's boyfriend. Ivy then enlists Myrtle's mother, Hattie (Marie Dressler), in her cause. When Hattie proves a better speaker at rallies, Ivy realizes she should be the candidate instead -- but Curango means to challenge their plans.

Modern Spleen (2010)

A man dreams.

Muzorama (2010)

A journey into the world of French illustrator Muzo.

Girls! Girls! Girls! (1962)

When fisherman Ross Carpenter (Elvis Presley) learns that the boat he helped build and currently works on is for sale, he tries but fails to get the money to buy it. Ross then decides to work as a guide for the boat's new owner, Wesley Johnson (Jeremy Slate), but the two men soon find themselves fighting over local gal Laurel (Laurel Goodwin). This puts Wesley in a tricky situation with his other love interest, Robin (Stella Stevens), as he worries that he'll never have his own boat.

The Day They Hanged Kid Curry (1971)

Outlaws Heyes (Peter Deuel) and Curry (Ben Murphy) try to save an impostor (Robert Morse) from hanging.

Noël (2013)

A stranger helps a woman (Monique Gabriela Curnen) at a hospital on Christmas Eve.

Three Miles North Of Molkom (2008)

Documentary following guests at a New Age resort in Sweden as they participate in activities that include Tantric sex, shamanism and fire-walking.

Wait 'Til You're Older (2005)

A schoolchild learns valuable life lessons when a magic potion transforms him into an adult (Andy Lau).

An Art That Nature Makes: The Work of Rosamond Purcell (2016)

Photographer Rosamond Purcell gains international acclaim for finding unexpected beauty in discarded and decayed objects.

Blast! (2008)

A daring team of astrophysicists embark on a journey to discover the secrets of life as we know it. In the Arctic, then in Antarctica, they launch a state-of-the-art telescope on a NASA high-altitude balloon. The scientists hope to peer deep into space and glimpse star-burst galaxies, which could provide clues about the evolution of the universe. But their challenging expedition isn't easy, and their efforts highlight the joys and sorrows of scientific investigation.

Once Upon a Time (1944)

With the war overseas, Broadway producer Jerry Flynn (Cary Grant) is constantly on the hunt for the next big thing that will keep the people entertained -- as well as his profits up -- but he's not finding much success. In desperate need to turn his fortune around, Flynn ventures into the streets, where he meets a young boy, Pinky Thompson (Ted Donaldson), the proud owner of a dancing caterpillar. Realizing the little critter could be a big ticket, Flynn begins publicizing the new act.

Socios por accidente 2 (2015)

Matias is going through the best moment in his life and his daughter admires him. Unbeknownst to him, criminals are plotting to use Matias to assassinate the prime minister. A year later, Rody comes back to protect Matias from danger.

All About My Parents (2014)

A man shares his parents' erotic fascinations.

Shem (2004)

Daniel (Ash Newman), a bored and arrogant London teen, lacks direction in his life. At his grandmother's (Hadassah Ungar Diamant) request, Daniel embarks on a quest for the grave of a close relative, who disappeared during the pogroms of World War II. During his odyssey, Daniel reconnects with his Jewish heritage.

Sympathy (2007)

A desperate bank robber and his rebellious teenage hostage attempt to throw off authorities by laying low in a ramshackle roadside motel.

For Love or Money (1963)

Deke Gentry (Kirk Douglas) is the lawyer of wealthy hotel magnate Chloe Brasher (Thelma Ritter), so he's confused when she orders him to marry off her three daughters. There's Kate (Mitzi Gaynor), the reasonable one; Jan (Leslie Parrish), the free-spirited one; and Bonnie (Julie Newmar), the health-obsessed one. To make sure Deke gets the job done, Chloe orders her personal security guard (William Bendix) to follow him. After a while, Deke realizes that there's more to Kate then meets the eye.

Sau Din Saas Ke (1980)

The story of how a tyrannical mother-in-law mends ways and improves her relationships with her sons and daughters-in-law.

Single Fin Yellow (2005)

Singlefin Yellow tells the story of one surfboard's life as it travels the globe shared by a group of friends.

Absences (1987)

Filmmaker Carole Laganière explores the various forms of absence and its impact on people's lives.

Dracula 3D (2012)

Count Dracula (Thomas Kretschmann) wants to sink his fangs into Mina Harker (Marta Gastini), who resembles the vampire's late wife.

Louis Prima: The Wildest! (1999)

This lively documentary looks at the life of renowned pop/jazz performer Louis Prima. Revisiting Prima's Italian-American upbringing in New Orleans, the film follows the singer and trumpeter's musical career, which shifted from jazz and swing to more accessible pop. During each phase of Prima's decades-long artistic run, his music was defined by his boisterous persona, endearing him to a legion of fans. Among those interviewed are family members and a number of his musical peers.

Shout (1991)

A stranger shows up in a Texas town in 1955. His name is Jack Cabe (John Travolta), and he's been hired as the music teacher at the Benedict Boys Home. Before long, he's upsetting the institution's staid atmosphere by giving his students a primer in rock 'n' roll. Cabe's fresh approach captures the interest of local misfit Jesse Tucker (James Walters), but earns him the rancor of school bigwig Eugene Benedict (Richard Jordan). As his profile rises, Cabe risks exposing a secret from his past.

14 Women (2007)

Capitalizing on family relationships with two of the documentary subjects, the filmmakers (Mary Lambert, Nicole Boxer, Sharon Oreck) behind "14 Women" offer an exclusive look into the world of the 14 female senators elected to the 109th U.S. Congress. Conducting interviews with the congresswomen, the film offers insight into the obstacles of gender and the different roles these women have to play, from politician to mother to wife. Annette Benning narrates.

Good Morning Heartache (2008)

A filmmaker (Stefano Fresi) realizes that he is in love with his friend's wife (Alba Rohrwacher), as he and his partner document the end of the friend's marriage.

La Salada (2014)

In a bustling market outside of Buenos Aires, a Bolivian immigrant becomes friends with a Korean immigrant.

Wink des Himmels (2005)

An engaged architect (Elisabeth Lanz) befriends an introverted widower (Helmut Zierl) and his 7-year-old son (Ludwig Zimmeck).

Dans un océan d'images (2013)

Helen Doyle forces people to look deeper at the outside world.

The Chef, The Actor, The Scoundrel (2013)

Four Chinese agents capture a Japanese scientist during the second Sino-Japanese War to retrieve the cure for a cholera outbreak.

Brothers of the Black List (2014)

The longest litigated civil rights case in American history starts after police use a list of black college students to search for a criminal.

Shaolin (2015)

Based on an ancient Shaolin Temple legend, a cast of 20 ordained soldier monks display their tremendous physical skills on stage in the ultimate display of physical prowess.

Cagney & Lacey: Together Again (1995)

The detectives (Tyne Daly, Sharon Gless) probe the murder of a homeless man who terrorized a middle-class neighborhood.

Looking For An Echo (2000)

A former teen idol (Armand Assante) watches his middle child struggle with starting a rock band, while his youngest daughter battles leukemia.

How to Swim (1942)

Goofy's plans to give a swimming lesson and enjoy a day at the beach go awry.

Dream Machine (1991)

An heiress gives a Colorado fraternity pledge (Corey Haim) a Porsche 911, with her husband's corpse in the trunk.

Command Action (2015)

A boy buys vegetables for his family at a market, and three bullies dare him to steal a toy.

Game Of Death (1978)

An actor (Bruce Lee) shot by gangsters fakes his death, has plastic surgery and seeks kung-fu revenge.

The Boneyard (1991)

A policeman (Ed Nelson) and a psychic (Deborah Rose) link cult mayhem to a morgue where ancient ghouls are on the loose.

Blue & Malone, imaginary detectives (2013)

A little girl hires imaginary detectives to find out why her brother won't play with her.

Heartstopper (2006)

Savage serial killer Chambers (James Binkley) is arrested by Sheriff Berger (Robert Englund) and sentenced to death in the electric chair. After his execution, it seems the world is a little safer -- until the body is brought to the hospital morgue, where it's reanimated by a murderous demon. The possessed Chambers sets his sights on Sara (Meredith Henderson), a suicidal teen in the hospital, while Walter (Nathan Stephenson), another young patient from the ward, tries to protect her.

So This Is Washington (1943)

Trying to do his patriotic duty, store owner Abner (Norris Goff) develops a new formula for a rubber compound. He presents his findings to his friend Lum (Chester Lauck), and they decide the discovery must be presented to the nation's leaders. So they leave their little Arkansas town for Washington, D.C. Once they arrive, they find that common sense is in short supply among politicians, though Civilian Aid office head Chester Marshall (Alan Mowbray) does find their invention intriguing.

Ultracop 2000 (1992)

A band of law enforcers must stop an interplanetary outlaw from killing people on Earth.

It Happens Every Thursday (1953)

Bob MacAvoy (John Forsythe) and his pregnant wife, Jane (Loretta Young), are tired of the hectic life they lead in New York City. Bob abandons his successful position as a reporter to move with Jane to a little town in California, where he buys the struggling weekly newspaper. Their city ways clash with the traditional small-town mores of their new neighbors. Bob then orchestrates a scheme to increase circulation, which only gets the hopelessly cosmopolitan couple into more trouble.

This Is Exile: Diaries of Child Refugees (2015)

Children who have fled from the violence in Syria tell their stories.

Combat Squad (1953)

A tough sergeant (John Ireland) helps a raw recruit (Lon McCallister) find courage under fire during the Korean War.

Extreme Close-Up (1973)

A TV reporter (James McMullan) studies electronic surveillance and starts snooping on strangers and his wife (Katherine Woodville).

Dear Claudia (1999)

A plane crash strands an Australian mailman/pilot (Bryan Brown) on a tropical island with a beautiful thief (Aleksandra Vujcic).

Killer Tomatoes Strike Back! (1991)

A detective (Rick Rockwell) and a "tomatologist" (Crystal Carson) investigate rumored cases of evil tomatoes attacking humans.

Qué pena tu familia (2012)

Although they once swore eternal love, a husband (Ariel Levy) and wife (Andrea Velasco) decide to divorce after having their first child.

Stealing Klimt (2007)

Maria Altmann fights for the return of five paintings stolen from her family by the Nazi's.

Call of the Prairie (1936)

Hopalong Cassidy (William Boyd), Shanghai and Johnny Nelson (Jimmy Ellison) bust up a gang of outlaws.

Smiling Through The Apocalypse: Esquire In The 60s (2013)

Tom Hayes, son of Esquire Magazine Editor Harold T.P. Hayes, interviews celebrities to find out what made his father one of the greatest editors of all time.

The Half-Breed (1952)

A gambler (Robert Young) sides with a part-Apache leader (Jack Buetel) against a coveter of gold on Apache land.

Pickpocket (1997)

A thief (Linton Semage) finds it quite disturbing to discover a photgraph of his pregnant wife (Dilhani Ekanayake) in another man's stolen wallet.

Solo (1977)

A young hitchhiker (Lisa Peers) has an affair with a widower (Vincent Gil) who spots forest fires by plane in New Zealand.

You Can't Write a Letter (2013)

Julien and Nina make a pact with the universe to enjoy life at any cost.

Turbulence (2014)

An immigrant from Kurdistan and his drug-addicted daughter try to find peace and normalcy in Canada.

The Book of Eve (2002)

A Romanian immigrant (Daniel Lavoie) uses good food, good humor and good conversation to break down the walls around a reclusive woman's (Claire Bloom) heart.