Near Death (1989)

Filmmaker Frederick Wiseman studies four cases of terminal patients, their families, and their doctors and nurses in Boston's Beth Israel Hospital.

Her Man (1930)

A prostitute/pickpocket (Helen Twelvetrees) falls in love with a sailor who takes her away from the brothel.

Four Girls in White (1939)

Norma (Florence Rice), Mary (Mary Howard), Pat (Ann Rutherford) and Gertie (Una Merkel) are four nursing students hoping that their long education and investment will lead to a well-paying, stable job. When Bob Maitland (Kent Taylor), the son of their hospital's founder, is checked in, Norma falls for his good looks and his fabulous wealth. When she neglects her other patients to dote on Bob, however, her position in the hospital is put in jeopardy.

Girl in the Woods (1958)

A lumberjack (Forrest Tucker) and his wife (Margaret Hayes) move to a town caught up in a tree war.

Dagmar's Hot Pants, Inc. (1971)

A prostitute (Diana Kjaer) disappoints her faithful clients when she announces her retirement in order to get married.

The Perils Of Pauline (1933)

A famous scientist (James Durkin) and his daughter (Evalyn Knapp) travel to Indochina to find an ivory disc that has the formula for a deadly gas engraved on it.

Shelby (2014)

An orphaned dog (Rob Schneider) is taken in by Jake (John Paul Ruttan) on Christmas Eve, and has to hide from a dog catcher, Jake's parents, and a nasty great dame.

The Avenger (1960)

A Scotland Yard investigator is called in to save an actress from a murderer and his bestial accomplice.

Vampire in Venice (1988)

While staying at a Venetian palace, a vampire scholar comes face to face with the renowned Nosferatu.

Lord of the Jungle (1955)

Bomba the jungle boy is ordered to slaughter a herd of rogue elephants that have been trampling natives.

Eagle Vs. Silver Fox (1980)

The Silver Fox incurs the wrath of a martial-arts master when he attempts to recruit students as assassins.

Drudge (2013)

What was supposed to be a romantic night in for a young couple quickly turns into a terrifying encounter with a vicious killer.

Last Paradise (2015)

Physicist and outdoorsman Clive Neeson chronicles how the planet has changed in 45 years.

Hotel America (1981)

Helene (Catherine Deneuve), a pill-addicted anesthesiologist, is mourning the death of her boyfriend when, through a car accident she causes, she chances to meet the lethargic Gilles (Patrick Dewaere), a young man who lives for free at his mother's hotel. Gilles pursues Helene romantically, and she eventually softens up. Gilles, however, is also devoted to Bernard (tienne Chicot), a petty crook who revels in mugging gay men. All three struggle with relationships that seem to be going nowhere.

Blood and Black Lace (1964)

A masked man with a metal-claw glove stalks models at a couple's (Cameron Mitchell, Eva Bartok) fashion salon in Rome.

Identikit (1974)

A woman (Elizabeth Taylor) flies to Rome on a reckless quest, not for love but for death.

Queen: Live in Budapest (1987)

The British rock group's 1986 tour includes "We Will Rock You," "Bohemian Rhapsody," "We Are the Champions."

Strip Search (1997)

A woman (Caroline Nron) hires a police detective (Michael Par) to track her stepdaughter, a stripper.

Lake Fear (2014)

Four young women go to a cabin in the woods and must battle their way out of a labyrinth of evil.

Project-M (2014)

Four astronauts have to live in a space station for 1,000 days to prove a trip to one of Jupiter's moons is possible. The project goes well until something goes wrong on Earth.

Antonio (1973)

A South American villager's life takes a turn for the worse when he tries to return a car to an eccentric Texas oilman.

Powder River (1953)

While seeking the man who murdered his partner, a marshal (Rory Calhoun) befriends a dying doctor (Cameron Mitchell).

The Dirty Dozen: The Fatal Mission (1988)

A female officer (Heather Thomas) joins a major (Telly Savalas) and GI convicts for a desert raid on the Nazis.

Bombshell (2012)

A 10-year-old tomboy must weigh her loyalty to her trusted older brother when the siblings become complicit in a hate crime.

Origins (2014)

Exploring the balance of nature and technology,particularly the advances of human civilization and how man's technological marvels threaten the environment.

Sweethearts of the U.S.A. (1944)

Knocked unconscious, a worker (Una Merkel) in a defense plant dreams that she is a detective on the trail of bank robbers.

Wilt (1989)

A British inspector (Mel Smith) thinks a woman (Alison Steadman) has been killed by her lecturer husband (Griff Rhys Jones), last seen with an inflatable doll.

Athena (2013)

A Greek protestor receives an unexpected visit from the goddess Athena.

Riff Raff Girls (1959)

The owner (Nadja Tiller) of a floating nightclub finds herself mixed up in a bank caper in Brussels.

Bermuda Affair (1956)

Chuck Walters (Ron Randell) and Bob Scoffield (Gary Merrill) are old war buddies who run a cargo airplane service in Bermuda. Walters is happily married to Chris (Zena Marshall) while Scoffield chases after every woman who looks his way. Though Walters doesn't suspect anything, Chris isn't nearly as happy as he is and has started a romance with Scoffield on the side. When Walters finally finds out about the affair, he's devastated by the betrayal and runs out into the jungle.

The Dark Avenger (1955)

Edward III's son (Errol Flynn) fights the French and rescues a lady (Joanne Dru) as the Black Prince of the Hundred Years' War.

The Diabolical Dr. Z (1966)

The late Dr. Z's daughter (Mabel Karr) tries his mind-control method on an exotic dancer called Miss Death (Estella Blain).

Adieu Galaxy Express 999 (1981)

An idealistic teen continues an intergalactic quest to avenge his mother's murder.

My Dad Baryshnikov (2011)

An enthusiastic but marginally talented Russian ballet student (Dmitri Viskubenko) tells his classmates that he's the illegitimate son of legendary dancer Mikhail Baryshnikov.

Yellowstone Kelly (1959)

Union soldier Maj. Towns (Rhodes Reason) asks fur trapper and Indian scout Luther "Yellowstone" Kelly (Clint Walker) to scout for the Army in Sioux territory. Kelly ventures into the area, only to be taken prisoner by the Sioux. Since Kelly saved the life of Chief Gall (John Russell) years before, the chief promises to free him if Kelly treats wounded Arapaho maiden Wahleeah (Andra Martin). Soon Kelly and the recovered Wahleeah are caught between Towns' soldiers and the vengeful Sioux.

Armour of God (1986)

An adventurer (Jackie Chan) and his friend (Alan Tam) aid a woman (Rosamund Kwan) kidnapped by cultists seeking a set of armor with mystical powers.

Stand (2009)

Broadcaster Tavis Smiley, Dr. Cornel West and a group of friends discuss the experience of being black in America.

Tender Parasites (2009)

A young couple (Robert Stadlober, Maja Schne) earn their living by taking advantage of the misfortunes of others.

Hercules: Zero to Hero (1999)

Young Hercules struggles to get through school and be accepted without his mythological powers.

The Toxic Avenger 3: The Last Temptation Of Toxie (1989)

Tromaville's mutated superhero unwittingly becomes Satan's employee when he takes a job at a sinister megacorporation.

Summer Heat (2008)

A photographer's (Waldemar Torenstra) steamy affair with a woman (Sophie Hilbrand) endangers his life.

A Secret World (2012)

A young woman from the middle-class goes on a road trip across Mexico.

Four Lovers (2010)

Mutual attraction leads two married couples to swap bedtime partners.

Sangam (1964)

A woman must choose between two very different men, each of whom claims to love her.

Madame Sans-Gêne (1961)

Napoleon's (Julien Bertheau) laundress (Sophia Loren) and her sergeant husband (Robert Hossein) become heroes, then duchess and duke.

Irish American Ninja (2005)

Flashbacks reveal a washed-up fighter's (Bill Sebastian) rise and fall.

Marine Raiders (1944)

Two marines with conflicting ideas of how to fight share a tumultuous friendship while stationed in the Pacific theater of World War II. On the front lines at the Battle of Guadalcanal, Maj. Steve Lockhart (Pat O'Brien) witnesses paratrooper Capt. Dan Craig (Robert Ryan) erupt in a frenzy of uncontrolled violence. When the two men are transferred to Australia, Lockhart attempts to put an end to Craig's whirlwind romance with servicewoman Lt. Ellen Foster (Ruth Hussey).

Riki-Oh: The Story of Ricky (1991)

Incarcerated for assault and manslaughter, a man (Siu-wong Fan) survives in a futuristic prison by resorting to more extreme violence.

Dream House (1998)

A computer controlling a state-of-the-art house decides that new homeowners (Timothy Busfield, Jennifer Dale, Dan Petronijevic) are unfit to reside there.

Warlords of Hell (1987)

Friends intervene when outlaw bikers force dirt bikers (Brad Henson, Jeffrey D. Rice) to pick marijuana in Mexico.

The Meanest Man in the World (1943)

Richard Clarke (Jack Benny) is a good-natured lawyer who lacks the hard-boiled legal instincts to be financially successful. When the object of his affections, Janie Brown (Priscilla Lane), decides to marry a wealthy suitor, Richard resolves to relocate his legal practice to New York City and make an attempt to win Janie's heart. Now, with the help of litigious billionaire Frederick Leggitt (Edmund Gwenn), Clarke makes the transformation from nice-guy attorney to ruthless legal shark.

Suzy (1936)

When American showgirl Suzy (Jean Harlow) finds herself in London without work, she plans to leave her career behind and find a rich husband. Instead, she falls for brilliant but broke inventor Terry (Franchot Tone), who is developing an airplane stabilizer. When Terry is mistakenly shot by a spy, Suzy fears she will be blamed and flees to Paris, where she returns to a life of singing and marries flyboy Andre (Cary Grant). But things get complicated when Suzy learns that Terry has survived.

Gangster Exchange (2010)

A yakuza (Nobuya Shimamoto) and an American gangster (Christopher Russell) try to foil an international drug ring.

Pequeñas Voces (2010)

Children in Colombia use drawings to illustrate a war.

I Believe in Santa Claus (1984)

A boy and girl delivering a Christmas wish to Santa meet a fairy, an ogre, elves and reindeer.

The Enforcer (1951)

For as long as crime boss Albert Mendoza (Everett Sloane) has been running a notorious ring of hired hit men, District Attorney Martin Ferguson (Humphrey Bogart) has been hunting him down. But Ferguson cuts a deal with Mendoza's henchman Joe Rico (Ted De Corsia), and the mob boss is finally arrested. However, Rico dies mysteriously before he can testify against Mendoza, and Ferguson must reexamine years of potential evidence, desperately searching for something to incriminate the gangster with.

Slices Of Life (2010)

Mira awakes in front of a seedy motel and has amnesia, then she reads three stories in a sketchbook that she fears are coming to life.

Snake And Crane : Art Of Shaolin (1978)

Hsu Yiu Fong (Jackie Chan) guards a powerful book against numerous clans after the eight Shaolin masters who wrote it go missing.

The Big Bang (2003)

A petty criminal (Justin Capaz) meets his fate in a small Florida town.

Law of the Tropics (1941)

A nightclub singer (Constance Bennett) marries a jilted rubber salesman (Jeffrey Lynn) in the Amazon.

The Magic Christmas Tree (1966)

Climbing a tree to save a witch's cat sends a boy on a fantasy to rescue Santa Claus.

Mother India (1957)

The wedding of Radha (Nargis) and Shamu (Rajendra Kumar) is at hand, but the loan they take out to pay for the ceremony ends up leading to their ruin. Unable to pay the mounting interest rates, the couple is forced to give up three quarters of their crop to the moneylenders. Shamu works the fields in an attempt to alleviate their poverty, but a loose boulder crushes his arm, rendering him incapable of work and humiliated at his sudden inability to provide for his family.

The Dark Man (1951)

A Scotland Yard inspector (Edward Underdown) hunts a seaside killer (Maxwell Reed) out to strangle an actress (Natasha Parry) who saw him get away.

The Last Round-up (1947)

A tribe of Native Americans has taken up residence on a valuable plot of land on which Mesa City officials want to build a new water delivery system. When Gene Autry (Gene Autry) steps in to make sure they get a fair deal on their relocation, he uncovers a plot by local land baron Charlie Mason (Ralph Morgan) to cheat everyone out of the territory. While Mason and his cronies try to provoke the tribe into a confrontation, Autry and Carol Taylor (Jean Heather) try to keep the peace.

The Dream Is Alive (1985)

"The Dream Is Alive" gives the viewer an unprecedented window on board the space shuttle. Shot by 14 NASA astronauts on three shuttle missions in 1984, the film includes footage of launches and landings, satellite capture and repairs, space walks and an inside look at how the astronauts live in space. Experience the sensation of weightlessness and the splendor of Earth from 250 miles up.

Whirlwind (1951)

Gene Autry (Gene Autry), the fastest postal inspector in the West, is on the trail of Big Jim Lassiter (Thurston Hall), who finances his crime sprees by robbing mail carriers. Autry meets Smiley Burnette (Smiley Burnette), a fellow postal inspector, and they set off in search of Big Jim. Burnette goes undercover as a horse doctor to get more information, while Autry poses as a rival robber. Things heat up when the duo catches up to the gang, which includes Big Jim's niece, Elaine (Gail Davis).

The Fabulous Texan (1947)

Confederate officers (William Elliott, John Carroll) come home to Texas and find carpetbaggers and corrupt state police.

Sanctuary (1998)

Killers pursue a man (Mark Dacascos) and a woman (Kylie Travis), trained since youth to be CIA assassins, who seek refuge in the church.

Wagon Team (1952)

Special investigator Gene Autry (Gene Autry) suspects that "the Apache Kid" (Dick Jones) knows the whereabouts of a stolen Army payroll, so he ignores the objections of the local sheriff and goes undercover as the Kid's new cell mate. After the Kid escapes, Autry tracks him to his family's traveling medicine show and tries to convince him and his sister, Connie (Gail Davis), of his good intentions. A gang of outlaws closes in on Autry and the Kid while they decide what to do.

Demon on Wheels (2015)

A former bootlegger working as a mechanic faces the ghosts of his past when he tries to restore the car from his wild youth.

Grand Canyon: The Hidden Secrets (1984)

The film captures the magnificent grandeur of this geologic phenomenon, from its narrow side canyons through thousands of years to wild white water rapids, while exploring the lives of some of the people who have challenged its vast expanse.

Hills of Utah (1951)

Gene Autry (Gene Autry) is the new doctor in a rough frontier town torn apart by a feud between the area's miners and cattle ranchers. When he's not caring for his patients, Autry searches for the mysterious stranger who killed his father. He comes to the rescue of Karen McQueen (Elaine Riley) and tries to save her baby brother, but soon finds himself framed for murder. With the help of his friend Dusty Cosgrove (Pat Buttram), Autry sets out to clear his name and stop the fighting.

Hidden Hawaii (1993)

Explore Hawaii's secrets. Witness the fiery birth of Loihi, the newest Hawaiian island, 4,000 feet beneath the surface of the ocean, and scale the highest sea cliffs in the world in search of the rare Alula plant.

Swamp Fire (1946)

A rattled Navy veteran (Johnny Weissmuller) returns to work as a bayou pilot on the foggy Mississippi.

Behind That Curtain (1929)

Due to ill treatment by her scoundrel husband, an heiress (Lois Moran) returns to San Francisco from India with her lover (Warner Baxter).

The Last Buffalo (1990)

A buffalo calf, moments after its birth, takes its first shaky-legged steps. In "The Last Buffalo" we see all that and more, and in the most breathtaking detail.

37 Degrees 4 S (2013)

Anne has to tell Nick that she has decided to leave the small island where they grew up to study in England.

The Club (1980)

An Australian football team is forced to address tensions between its players, coach Laurie Holden (Jack Thompson) and management. And, as if the clubhouse environment weren't bad enough already, the team gambles big on highly coveted but moody Tasmanian player Geoff Hayward (John Howard). The team's new star begins to take the game and his teammates for granted, vexing his hot-headed coach. In order to keep from losing the team altogether, Holden must inspire his new player.

Apache Country (1952)

At the request of the U.S. President, Gene Autry (Gene Autry) goes undercover to infiltrate an outlaw gang that's been selling guns and alcohol to Native Americans as a way to cover up its own criminal activities. Aided by Pat Buttram (Pat Buttram), Autry's undercover operation is a success, and he soon befriends Dave Kilgrain (Harry Lauter), the gang's leader. Autry and Buttram also receive help from Carolina Cotton (Carolina Cotton), who seeks revenge on Kilgrain for killing her father.

Indian Territory (1950)

A former Confederate general, Gene Autry (Gene Autry) is now working undercover in the Union Army. He's charged with ferreting out Curt Raidler (Philip Van Zandt), a general who has been ordering raids on Native Americans along crucial supply routes. Along with his right-hand henchman, the Apache Kid (James Griffith), Raidler poses a serious threat to the government's efforts to rebuild after the Civil War. Autry and scout Shadrach Jones (Pat Buttram) team up to stop the raids once and for all.

Mountain Gorilla (1992)

"Mountain Gorilla" takes us to a remote range of volcanic mountains in Africa, described by those who have been there as "one of the most beautiful places in the world," and home to the very endangered few hundred remaining mountain gorillas. In spending a day with a gorilla family, audiences will be captivated by these intelligent and curious animals, as they eat, sleep, play and interact with each other.

A Doctor's Sword (2015)

Niki, the daughter of WWII survivor Dr. Aidan MacCarthy, travels to Japan to learn more about the sword her father brought home after his experiences as a prisoner of war.

Rock Paper Scissors: A Geek Tragedy (2007)

The Walker brothers try to turn the child's game into a fun competitive sport, but when fanatics converge on the world championship, they become caught between big business, talk show hosts and a battle between good and evil.

Niagara: Miracles, Myths And Magic (1986)

Daredevils and awestruck explorers play out their drama against the backdrop of the thundering Niagara Falls. From a steamship ride through whirlpool rapids to the plunge of a boy who survived the 150 foot drop with only the protection of a life jacket, the film examines the lure and majesty of this natural wonder for the adventurers who have challenged its might.

Voodoo Bayou (2007)

A voodoo doll comes to life after being bitten by an electrified mosquito.

The Lost Volcano (1950)

Bomba the jungle boy (Johnny Sheffield) leads bad guys to a lost city by a hot volcano.

Poirot: Murder in Mesopotamia (2001)

While on vacation, a private detective investigates the murder of an archaeologist's beautiful but unpopular wife.

The Macomber Affair (1947)

Francis Macomber (Robert Preston) and his wife, Margaret (Joan Bennett), hire experienced hunter Robert Wilson (Gregory Peck) as their guide on a safari through Kenya. After embarking on the trip, Margaret becomes quickly and openly attracted to Robert. The safari guide refuses her advances, but the situation causes tension between husband and wife. When Margaret shoots Francis, it's up to a jury to decide whether she meant to kill her spouse or the stampeding buffalo behind him.

The Sun Also Rises (1957)

Jake Barnes (Tyrone Power), a journalist from the United States, comes out of World War I injured and disillusioned. Rather than return home, he chooses to leave his past behind and move to Paris, where he meets an aimless group of bohemian expatriates. His new friends include the seductive Brett Ashley (Ava Gardner) and her lover, the reckless alcoholic Mike Campbell (Errol Flynn). Together, they pursue a hedonistic, directionless lifestyle until Brett's affection for Jake complicates matters.

Come Fill The Cup (1951)

A recovered alcoholic (James Gleason) helps a down-and-out newsman (James Cagney) quit drinking and work his way up to city editor.

Search for the Great Sharks (1995)

"Search for the Great Sharks" takes viewers on a round-the-globe expedition to encounter the most notorious creature of the sea. From the coast of California to the remote reefs off Western Australia, the film pursues blue sharks, whale sharks, and the most-well-known of all, the white shark.

The Mysterious Affair at Styles (1990)

Detective Hercule Poirot (David Suchet) works with Capt. Hastings (Hugh Fraser) to solve a crime at a mansion in 1917 England.

Green Grow the Rushes (1951)

Ship Capt. Cedric Biddle (Roger Livesey) and his partner, Robert (Richard Burton), run a bootlegging scheme to sneak booze into England by boat. A young journalist named Meg (Honor Blackman) catches the con men in the act, but Robert convinces her to look the other way. Customs officials catch on to the plot when Robert and Biddle bungle their next attempt to unload a shipment of liquor, but the agents quickly reveal themselves to be even more bumbling than the scammers.

14 Days with Victor (2010)

Victor tries to find meaning in his life, and his luck changes when he meets Martin, an artist who enjoys exploring the limits of violence and torture.

Tyrant of Lydia Against the Son of Hercules (1963)

Hercules' son tries to rescue a princess from a malevolent despot.

Skyward (1985)

A conservationist's efforts to restore nature's ecological balance at Suncoast Seabird Sanctuary in St. Petersburg, Fla., focus on the development of a family of Canada geese and explore the relationship between people, birds and the environment.

To Fly! (1976)

A brief summary of the history of flight begins with 19th-century balloons and continues to 21st-century space probes.

A Woman of Mystery (1958)

A reporter (Dermot Walsh) finds a suicide was murder, having to do with counterfeiters.

Rio, 40 Graus (1955)

Filmmaker Nelson Pereira dos Santos follows boys from the hills beyond Rio de Janeiro who sell peanuts in the city.

The Healer (1935)

A crippled child has a stabilizing effect on an idealistic physician who let fame and fortune go to his head.