Tarkieb (2000)

Tarkieb is a 2000 Indian crime drama film directed by Esmayeel Shroff and produced by Jay Mehta. It stars Nana Patekar, Tabu, Shilpa Shetty, Aditya Pancholi, Milind Soman and Ashutosh Rana in pivotal roles. The film was shot in Panchmarhi.

Nitrate Kisses (1992)

Nitrate Kisses is a 1992 experimental documentary film directed by Barbara Hammer. According to Hammer, it is an exploration of the repression and marginalization of LGBT people since the First World War. To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Teddy Awards, the film has been selected to be shown at the 66th Berlin International Film Festival in February 2016.

Beyond the Seventh Door (1987)

More than 30 years later, it remains one of the most ambitious, sought-after and totally bizarre low-budget Canadian features of all: Yugoslavian-born actor Lazar Rockwood - in a debut performance Canuxploitation.com calls creepy, astonishingly uncharismatic, and displaying a complete disregard for the craft of acting - is Boris, an ex-con and career thief who convinces his ex-girlfriend (Bonnie Beck) to help him rob her wealthy boss' castle. But when Boris discovers that the eccentric millionaire has booby-trapped the building, they'll have to survive six riddle-triggered rooms of homicidal mayhem in order to claimthe treasure.

E poi lo chiamarono il magnifico (1972)

A bookish Boston slicker tries his hand at cowpunching on his father's ranch in this violent but humorous Italian western.

To Cross The Rubicon (1991)

Two successful career women (Patricia Royce, Lorraine Devon) in their 30s have problems with men, and a mutual ex-lover (J.D. Souther) in common.

Zindeeq (2009)

A man's family is at risk after his nephew kills a man.

After the Dance (1935)

After the Dance is a 1935 American drama film directed by Leo Bulgakov and starring Nancy Carroll, George Murphy and Thelma Todd.

Crackdown (1991)

An out-of-control federal agent (Cliff De Young) hunts a drug lord with a lawman (Robert Beltran) in Peru.

The Legend of Suram Fortress (1986)

The Legend of the Suram Fortress (Georgian: ამბავი სურამის ციხისა) is a 1985 drama film directed by Georgian SSR-born Soviet-Armenian director Sergei Parajanov and Georgian actor Dodo Abashidze. Sergei Parajanov's first film after 15 years of censorship in the Soviet Union, it is a film stylistically linked with his earlier The Color of Pomegranates (1968): The film consists of a series of tableaux; once again minimal dialogue is used; the film abounds in surreal, almost oneiric power.

De Flat (1994)

De Flat is a 1994 Dutch mystery film directed by Ben Verbong.

Limbo (2010)

Limbo is a Norwegian drama film, written and directed by Maria Sødahl. The movie takes place in the 1970s and depicts a so-called expatriate-group at Trinidad, associated with the oil industry.

Brass Bells (1999)

Saworoide is a 1999 film directed by Tunde Kelani and released through Mainframe Films and Television Productions.

Una ráfaga de plomo (1965)

The illegitimate son of an Arab chief uses deceit to achieve status.

Heaven with a Barbed Wire Fence (1939)

Heaven with a Barbed Wire Fence is a 1939 drama film written by Dalton Trumbo, directed by Ricardo Cortez, and starring Glenn Ford. Jean Rogers and Ward Bond. The supporting cast features Marjorie Rambeau and Richard Conte.

Inferno (1953)

Inferno is a 1953 American film noir drama/thriller starring Robert Ryan, William Lundigan and Rhonda Fleming, directed by Roy Ward Baker. It was shot in Technicolor and shown in 3-D Dimension and stereophonic sound on prints for the few theaters equipped for that sound system in 1953.

A Life in the Balance (1955)

A Life in the Balance is a 1955 American-Mexican thriller film directed by Harry Horner and Rafael Portillo and starring Ricardo Montalban, Anne Bancroft and Lee Marvin. It was shot in Mexico, and distributed in the United States by Twentieth Century Fox. The film's sets were designed by the art director Gunther Gerszo.

Small Creatures (2011)

Cracks appear in the friendship among three 14-year-old teenagers.

Tonight We Raid Calais (1943)

Tonight We Raid Calais is a 1943 American film directed by John Brahm. Quentin Tarantino picked it as one of his five favorite World War II movies. It was one of the movies he discovered while doing research for his own World War II film, Inglourious Basterds.

Dancing on the Edge (2011)

A teenage girl (Nicole McCullough) battles substance abuse.

One Man War (1990)

Bullets fly when a hard-luck folk singer (Dan Haggerty) joins his undercover brother (Benton Jennings) on a toxic-waste case.

The Doomed Battalion (1932)

Doomed Battalion is a 1932 American drama film directed by Cyril Gardner and written by Karl Hartl, Patrick Kearney, Paul Perez and Luis Trenker. The film stars Luis Trenker, Tala Birell, Albert Conti, Victor Varconi, Henry Armetta and Gustav von Seyffertitz. The film was released on June 16, 1932, by Universal Pictures.

Clash of the Wolves (1925)

The Clash of the Wolves is a 1925 American silent Western/adventure film produced and distributed by Warner Bros. Directed by Noel M. Smith, the film stars canine actor Rin Tin Tin, Charles Farrell and June Marlowe. It was filmed on location in Chatsworth, California, and at what would later become the Joshua Tree National Park. It was transferred onto 16mm film by Associated Artists Productions in the 1950s and shown on television. A 35mm print of the film was discovered in South Africa and restored in 2003. In 2004, The Clash of the Wolves was deemed "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant" by the United States Library of Congress and selected for preservation in the National Film Registry.

Double Date (1941)

A budding romance is boosted by a teenage girl and a stolen car.

Cosmonaut (2009)

Cosmonaut (Italian: Cosmonauta) is a 2009 Italian coming-of-age film written and directed by Susanna Nicchiarelli. It won the Controcampo Italiano at the 66th Venice International Film Festival. It also won the Ciak d'oro for best first work.

The Plank (1967)

The Plank is a 1967 British slapstick comedy short film made by Associated London Films. It follows the misadventures of two builders who require a floorboard. It was written and directed by Eric Sykes, and produced by Jon Penington. The story was based on an episode of Eric Sykes' BBC comedy series Sykes and a... from 1964, called 'Sykes and A Plank'. Although not strictly a silent film, it is unusual in having little dialogue; instead, the film is punctuated by grunts, other vocal noises and sound effects. The cast features many of the top comedians and comic actors of the time.

Sky Bandits (1986)

Sky Bandits (a.k.a. Gunbus) is a 1986 British adventure film about two outlaws from the Wild West, drafted to the battlefields of WWI, who enlist in the fledgling Royal Air Force flying early warplanes called gunbuses. The film was directed by Zoran Perisic and made extensive use of the Zoptics technique he had developed for the flying sequences on Superman. The production holds the record for the largest film crew on a fiction film (582).

El leyton (2003)

Chilean fisherman Leyton (Juan Pablo Sez) and his co-worker, Modesto (Luis Wigdorsky), are best friends. After Modesto marries the sultry Marta (Siboney Lo), however, it's not long before she grows restless and sets her sights on Leyton. This leads to an affair between Marta and Leyton that threatens more than just her marriage and his friendship with Modesto. As the plot unfurls, Leyton must face up to his actions, which may carry dire consequences.

The Wild Panther (1984)

A special agent and a boutique owner crack a crime cartel in Korea.

Monopoly (2006)

Kyong-Ho (Dong-kun Yang) is a computer genius recruited to help John steal a little money from every bank account in Korea.

Contadora is for lovers (2006)

A couple (Vincent DePaul, Rene Pietrangelo) enter a love triangle while on vacation in Panama.

Hitler Meets Christ (2007)

Hitler Meets Christ is a film that premiered at the Cinequest Film Festival in 2007 and went on to play at other festivals internationally. It was written as a play, then titled Hitler and Christ meet Death at the Port Authority Bus Station, by Michael Moriarty while he was living in New York and acting in Law & Order. It was adapted for screen after Moriarty moved to Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The film was produced by Brendan Keown and Jeremy Dyson of Third Tribe Productions and directed by Brendan Keown. In 2010 the film was released on DVD by Pathfinder Pictures.

The Hostage Tower (1980)

The Hostage Tower is a 1980 American spy and thriller telemovie starring Peter Fonda and Douglas Fairbanks Jr., and directed by Claudio Guzmán, well known for his work in sitcoms. It is based on a book of the same name by John Denis, based on an idea by Alistair MacLean. The book was written deliberately for television adaptation. It is the first in the series of UNACO books.

Kiss the Moon (2009)

Filmmaker Khalid Gill examines life in Pakistan's transgender community, focusing on three preoperative transsexuals.

I'm Not Like That No More (2010)

Felipe is a lazy 30-year-old who lives with his parents until he reconnects with a classmate named Jill who inspires him to turn his life around.

Disgraced (1933)

Disgraced! is a 1933 American Pre-Code mystery film directed by Erle C. Kenton and written by Francis Martin and Alice D.G. Miller. The film stars Helen Twelvetrees, Bruce Cabot, Adrienne Ames, William Harrigan, Ken Murray, Charles Middleton and Adrienne D'Ambricourt. The film was released on July 7, 1933, by Paramount Pictures.

Disobedient (1953)

Intimate Relations is a 1953 British drama film directed by Charles Frank. It was entered into the 1953 Cannes Film Festival.

La horse (1970)

La Horse (Italian: Il Clan degli uomini violenti, German: Der Erbarmungslose) is a 1970 French-language thriller directed by Pierre Granier-Deferre and based on Michel Lambesc's novel.

Tonite Let's All Make Love in London (1967)

Filmmaker Peter Whitehead films a performance by Pink Floyd at London's UFO Club in 1966, with footage of the celebrity audience including John Lennon.

Topless Women Talk About Their Lives (1997)

Topless Women Talk About Their Lives is a 1997 New Zealand film about a group of twenty something friends. It was based on a TV series.

Bang Rajan (2000)

Bang Rajan (Thai: บางระจัน) is a 2000 Thai historical drama film depicting the battles of the Siamese village of Bang Rajan against the Burmese invaders in 1767, as remembered in popular Thai culture. Cross-checking the story with the events reported by the Burmese sources indicates that the purported events at Bang Rajan are likely a merger of at least two independent events that took place in the war. The film was directed and co-written by Thanit Jitnukul. In 2004, the film was "presented" by Oliver Stone in a limited release in US cinemas.

Ufo In Her Eyes (2012)

A Communist Party official launches a publicity campaign after a Chinese woman (Shi Ke) tells of seeing a UFO above their village.

Suckerfish (1999)

Two salesmen (Dan Donovan, Tim Orr) selling wholesale pet supplies encounter and try to discredit a third who threatens their profits.

Don't Gamble with Strangers (1946)

Don't Gamble with Strangers is a 1946 film about two card sharks, pretending to be brother and sister, who clean out a small-town banker, then take over a crooked gambling joint.

Gran Paradiso (2000)

Gran Paradiso is a 2000 German adventure film directed by Miguel Alexandre.

Bananas!* (2009)

Bananas!* is a 2009 Swedish documentary directed by Fredrik Gertten about a conflict between the Dole Food Company and banana plantation workers in Nicaragua over alleged cases of sterility caused by the pesticide DBCP. The film was criticized by Dole for containing "patent falsehoods". After a screening at the Los Angeles Film Festival in June 2009, Gertten was sued for defamation by Dole on 8 July. The lawsuit was preceded by threats of legal action from Dole aimed against the LA Film Festival, which resulted in sponsors pulling support and the film being removed from competition. Dole dropped their lawsuit against Fredrik Gertten and Bananas!* on 15 October 2009. In September 2009, the Swedish parliament members Mats Johansson (M) and Luciano Astudillo (S) took the initiative of displaying the movie in the Parliament of Sweden, this being its premiere in Sweden. In late 2010 a court in Los Angeles decided in favor of the movie crew, making it possible to release the film in the USA. A judge awarded the filmmakers nearly $200,000 in fees and costs. In 2011, Gertten directed the film Big Boys Gone Bananas!* about how the company was sued by Dole.

Riders of the Badlands (1941)

A Texas Ranger's uncanny resemblance to a wanted outlaw results in his own arrest by a fellow lawman.

Cose di Cosa Nostra (1971)

Gang War (Italian: Cose di Cosa Nostra) is a 1971 criminal comedy film written and directed by Steno and starring Carlo Giuffré, Pamela Tiffin, Vittorio De Sica, Aldo Fabrizi, Jean-Claude Brialy and Salvo Randone.

The Music Box Kid (1960)

The Music Box Kid is a low budget 1960 gangster film directed by Edward L. Cahn, starring Ron Foster and Luana Patten.

The Man with the Twisted Lip (1921)

The Man with the Twisted Lip is a 1921 British film directed by Maurice Elvey. It is the eighth film in Stoll's Adventures of Sherlock Holmes series starring Eille Norwood as the detective.

Island in the Sky (1938)

Island in the Sky is a 1938 drama directed by Herbert I. Leeds, starring Gloria Stuart and Michael Whalen.

Young Jesse James (1960)

Young Jesse James is a 1960 American adventure film directed by William F. Claxton and written by Orville H. Hampton and Jerry Sackheim. The film stars Ray Stricklyn, Willard Parker, Merry Anders, Robert Dix, Emile Meyer and Jacklyn O'Donnell. The film was released on August 2, 1960, by 20th Century Fox.

In Harm's Way (2011)

The best thing in Michael's life is his girlfriend and with no aspirations Michael gets caught up with some old friends, now drug dealers. They find themselves in a life and death situation recovering stolen drugs for an international criminal.

Together Brothers (1974)

Together Brothers is a 1974 American film directed by William A. Graham. It stars Ahmad Nurradin and Anthony Wilson. The film is about a gang of street youths who try to expose a cop killer before he gets to a child who witnessed the murder.

Dead Man's Evidence (1962)

Spy David Baxter is sent to Ireland to investigate the death of a defected colleague apparently found dead on a beach. But is the body really him?

The House Where Evil Dwells (1982)

The House Where Evil Dwells is a 1982 American/Japanese horror film that stars Edward Albert, Susan George and Doug McClure about an American family that moves into a reputed haunted house in the hills of Japan. It was directed by Kevin Connor and produced by Martin B. Cohen. It was based on a novel by James Hardiman and turned into a screenplay by Robert Suhosky.

Cat-Women of the Moon (1953)

Cat-Women of the Moon is an independently made 1953 American black-and-white 3D science fiction film, produced by Jack Rabin and Al Zimbalist, directed by Arthur Hilton, that stars Sonny Tufts, Victor Jory and Marie Windsor. The film was released by Astor Pictures. Notably, the musical score was composed by Academy Award-winner Elmer Bernstein, though his last name is misspelled as "Bernstien" in the opening credits.

Operation Libertad (2012)

A revolutionary group robs a Zurich bank and kidnaps people.

BorderLine (2012)

The post-9/11 relationship between the United States and Canada continues to change.

Death of a Killer (1964)

An ex-con finds revenge is sweet when a confrontation with his betrayer is arranged by a crime czar.

Avalanche (1969)

A group of people are brought together when they're trapped by an avalanche of snow.

Tragedy of a Ridiculous Man (1981)

Tragedy of a Ridiculous Man (Italian: La tragedia di un uomo ridicolo) is a 1981 Italian film directed by Bernardo Bertolucci. It stars Anouk Aimée and Ugo Tognazzi, who was awarded the Best Male Actor Award at the 1981 Cannes Film Festival for his performance. In his review, Vincent Canby describes the film as, "Bernardo Bertolucci's very good, cerebrally tantalizing new film, Tragedy of a Ridiculous Man, the story of what may or may not be a terrorist kidnapping of the sort that has been making Italian headlines with increasing frequency in recent years."

Sacred Places (2009)

A chronicle of a poor but lively neighborhood in the capital of Burkina Faso.

Le téléphone rose (1975)

A French factory owner forsakes virtually everything for the love of a prostitute who cares more for her work than him.

Fate of a Man (1959)

Fate of a Man (Russian: Судьба человека, translit. Sudba Cheloveka), also released as A Man's Destiny and Destiny of a Man is a 1959 Soviet film adaptation of the novel by Mikhail Sholokhov, and also the directorial debut of Sergei Bondarchuk. In the year of its release it won the Grand Prize at the 1st Moscow International Film Festival; Bondarchuk would win again for the first part of his colossal adaption of Tolstoy's War and Peace, titled Andrei Bolkonsky, six years later.

Valley of the Redwoods (1960)

Valley of the Redwoods is a 1960 American action film directed by William Witney and written by Leo Gordon and Daniel Madison. The film stars John Hudson, Lynette Bernay, Ed Nelson, Michael Forest, Robert Shayne and John Brinkley. The film was released on May 8, 1960, by 20th Century Fox.

The Corrupted (2010)

Spring Break meets HP Lovecraft. A man plays his guitar at a lake. A mysterious woman emerges and whispers into his ear. He has no choice but to follow. When his friends arrive for a weekend of partying, its obvious...something in him has changed.

Seoul Train (2004)

Seoul Train is a 2004 documentary film that deals with the dangerous journeys of North Korean defectors fleeing through or to China. These journeys are both dangerous and daring, since if caught, they face forced repatriation, torture, and possible execution. Seoul Train has been broadcast on television around the world, including on the PBS series Independent Lens. In January 2007, Seoul Train was awarded the Alfred I. duPont – Columbia University Silver Baton for excellence in broadcast journalism. In April 2007, "Seoul Train" was named runner-up in the National Journalism Awards. The film was produced, directed, and filmed by Jim Butterworth, a technology entrepreneur in Colorado in the United States, and Lisa Sleeth of Incite Productions. It was co-directed and edited by Aaron Lubarsky, a documentary filmmaker in New York City.

To Bed or Not to Bed (1963)

To Bed or Not to Bed (Italian: Il diavolo, also known as The Devil) is a 1963 black-and-white Italian film directed by Gian Luigi Polidoro. It tells the story of an Italian merchant and his experiences during a visit to Sweden.

Taxi Zum Klo (1980)

Taxi zum Klo is a 1981 film written by, directed by, and starring Frank Ripploh. The story of a schoolteacher and the contrasts between his public and private lives, the film documents pre-AIDS gay culture in West Berlin in the early 1980s. Ripploh has stated that much of the film was autobiographical. The name literally means Taxi to the Toilet (or "Taxi to the John", etc.), that being a place for casual gay sex.

12th & Delaware (2010)

12th & Delaware is a documentary film set in a crisis pregnancy center and an abortion clinic across the street from it in Fort Pierce, Florida. The film was produced and filmed by Rachel Grady and Heidi Ewing and covers the center and its patients over the period of a year. The film shows interviews of staff at both facilities, as well as pregnant women who are going to them. 12th & Delaware premiered on January 24, 2010 at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival in the U.S. Documentary Competition. It won a Peabody Award that same year "for its poignant portrait of women facing exceedingly difficult decisions at a literal intersection of opposing ideologies."

You Have to Run Fast (1961)

You Have to Run Fast is a 1961 thriller film.

Three Girls from Rome (1952)

Three Girls from Rome (Italian: Le ragazze di Piazza Spagna, released as Girls of the Spanish Steps in the UK) is a 1952 Italian classic comedy drama film directed by Luciano Emmer

There's Nothing Out There (1991)

There's Nothing Out There is a 1991 comedy horror film that was directed by Rolfe Kanefsky.

The Devil Pays Off (1941)

The Devil Pays Off is a 1941 American crime film directed by John H. Auer. The film was nominated for an Academy Award for Sound Recording (Charles Lootens).

The Devil's Agent (1962)

The Devil's Agent (German: Im Namen des Teufels) is a 1962 drama film directed by John Paddy Carstairs and starring Peter van Eyck, Marianne Koch, Christopher Lee and Macdonald Carey. It was a co-production between Britain, West Germany and the Republic of Ireland. It was based on a novel by Hans Habe. It is set in East Germany during the Cold War.

Wild Horse Stampede (1943)

Wild Horse Stampede is a 1943 American Western film, directed by Alan James and starring Ken Maynard and Hoot Gibson playing marshals with their own names in the manner of Gene Autry and Roy Rogers. It was the first of eight Monogram Pictures "The Trail Blazers" film series, replacing the studio's Range Busters series.

Bayou Blue (2011)

Serial killer Ronald Dominique rapes and murders 23 men in southeastern Louisiana between the years 1997 and 2006.

Tackle Happy (2000)

Tackle Happy is an Australian documentary film released in 2000 about the live performance show Puppetry of the Penis starring Simon Morley and David Friend. It was produced and directed by comedian Mick Molloy, whose radio show Martin/Molloy had chronicled the chaotic 1998 tour captured in the film. Tackle Happy also features guest appearances by Stephen Curry, Paul Hester, Tony Martin, Andrew Denton, Amanda Keller, Pete Smith and Jimeoin.

Awaken the Dragon (2011)

Cancer survivors take part in an ancient Chinese sport known as dragon-boat racing as a means to find the inner strength necessary to fight the disease.

American Scream King (2012)

Sadistic filmmakers shoot a movie where girls die on camera.

Of Snails and Men (2012)

Of Snails and Men is a 2012 Romanian comedy film directed by Tudor Giurgiu.

Melo (1932)

Dreaming Lips (German:Der träumende Mund) is a 1932 French-German drama film directed by Paul Czinner and starring Elisabeth Bergner, Rudolf Forster and Anton Edthofer. The film is based on the play Mélo by Henri Bernstein. As was common at the time, the film was a co-production with a separate French-language version Mélo made. After Bergner and Czinner went into exile in Britain following the Nazi takeover, they remade the film in 1937. A further German remake was released in 1953, starring Maria Schell.

Ten Winters (2009)

Ten Winters is a 2009 Italian romance film directed by Valerio Mieli. It is based on the novel with the same title written by Mieli himself. The film premiered at the 2009 Venice Film Festival. For this film Mieli won the David di Donatello for Best New Director and the Nastro d'Argento in the same category.

Frida Kahlo (1982)

Director Xavier Villetard profiles the Mexican artist and her husband, Diego Rivera.

Vulcan Junction (1999)

A band on the verge of stardom faces adversity within its ranks during 1973 Israeli war tensions.

Bread and Circuses (2011)

Socialistic Yugoslavia comes to an end, and people look forward to a brighter future.

The Son of the Sheik (1926)

One of the most popular films from the silent era, director George Fitzmaurice’s The Son of the Sheik stars Rudolph Valentino who gives perhaps the finest performance of his career. Unfortunately it would be his last, he died suddenly at the age of 31, just days before the film’s release.In this visually intoxicating sequel to Valentino’s career-defining film The Sheik, the silent screen’s greatest lover portrays a cultured yet untamed young man who is lured into a thieve’s trap by  a beautiful dancer, Yasmin (Vilma Banky). After escaping, he kidnaps the damsel and holds her captive in his desert lair, dressing her in Arabian finery and threatening to unleash his violent passion upon her. Exotic romance saturates every frame of this Orientalist epic; its sadomasochistic fantasies are acted out against the lavish set design of William Cameron Menzies (The Thief of Bagdad) and lushly photographed by George Barnes (Sadie Thompson).From a new restoration available for the first time on home video, and featuring a magnificent score by maestro Carl Davis, The Masters of Cinema Series is proud to present George Fitzmaurice’s The Son of the Sheik in a Dual Format release for the first time in the UK.

Watchtower (2001)

Adam Turrell (Tom Berenger) arrives in a sleepy Oregon town, introducing himself as an English professor working on his first novel. When he meets Kate and Mike O'Connor, a brother and sister grieving from the loss of their father, they befriend Adam and help him settle into his new life. Little do they know Adam is a serial killer in search of his next victim...

The Last Riders (1992)

An ex-member (Erik Estrada) of a motorcycle gang seeks revenge on them and the police who have lied to them.

Tyrant of the Sea (1950)

Tyrant of the Sea is a 1950 American film starring Ron Randell set during the Napoleonic Wars. Lester Matthews plays Lord Horatio Nelson.

The Friends at the Margherita Cafe (2009)

The Friends at the Margherita Cafe (Italian: Gli amici del bar Margherita, also known as The Friends of Bar Margherita) is a 2009 Italian comedy film directed by Pupi Avati.

Code Of Ethics (1998)

An increasingly realistic computer game leads a woman into a web of political intrigue.

Jigsaw (1999)

A washed-up boxer (William Corno), seduced into a drug deal by his former lover (Erica Ehm), demands justice when events lead to murder.

One More Minute (1979)

Snapshot is a 1979 Australian thriller film. It was the first feature directed by Simon Wincer.

Princess Warrior (1989)

Sisters rom he lanet ulkaria eleport hemselves o arth o nvestigate nd eport ack n rder o rove o heir other the lanet’s uler that hey re orth f ecoming ueen.

No Life King (1989)

A Japanese boy (Ryo Takayama) and his friends become hooked on a supposedly cursed video game called Life King.

I due toreri (1965)

I due toreri (Spanish: Dos toreros de aúpa) is a 1965 Italian-Spanish comedy film directed by Giorgio Simonelli.

Brothers on the Line (2012)

Labor leader Walter Reuther and his brothers face violent opposition on the road to building the United Auto Workers union, a 40-year crusade from factory shop floor to national spotlight of civil rights activism and inner-circle Washington politics.

The Night They Robbed Big Bertha's (1975)

An eggheaded do-gooder targets an illegal massage parlor on a busy night.

Azaad (1955)

Azaad is a 1955 Bollywood film produced and directed by Sriramulu Naidu S.M. It was the top grossing Hindi film in the year of its release, and one of the biggest Hindi film hits in the decade. In addition, Dilip Kumar won his third Filmfare Award for Best Actor for his work in this movie.