The Green Hornet (2006)
The Green Hornet is a 2006 French short-movie, based on The Green Hornet character created by George W. Trendle and Fran Striker.
The Constant Nymph (1928)
The Constant Nymph is a 1928 British silent film drama, directed by Adrian Brunel and starring Ivor Novello and Mabel Poulton. This was the first film adaptation of the 1924 best-selling and controversial novel The Constant Nymph by Margaret Kennedy. The theme of adolescent sexuality reportedly discomfited the British film censors, until they were reassured that lead actress Poulton was in fact in her 20s.
Girl from Stormy Croft (1917)
The Lass from the Stormy Croft is a 1917 Swedish drama film directed by Victor Sjöström, based on the 1908 novella with the same title by Selma Lagerlöf. It was the first in a series of successful Lagerlöf adaptions by Sjöström, made possible by a deal between Lagerlöf and A-B Svenska Biografteatern to adapt at least one Lagerlöf novel each year. Lagerlöf had for many years denied any proposal to let her novels be adapted for film, but after seeing Sjöström's Terje Vigen she finally decided to give her consent.
Sirup is a 1990 Danish drama film written and directed by Helle Ryslinge. It was entered into the main competition at the 47th Venice International Film Festival.
Nejlepsi clovek (1954)
Nejlepší člověk is a Czech comedy film. It was released in 1954.
The Party (1962)
FIND IT... OR DIE! A 72-mile marathon to glory in New Mexico by Pete Canfield (Ronny Cox, Deliverance, Robocop, Total Recall), Roger Bower (Art Hindle, Black Christmas, The Octagon, The Brood) and Craig Jensen (Tim Maier, Psycho II, Coward of the County) turns into a nightmarish fight for survival when the three men are tracked and hunted by a feral band of commandos armed with full weaponry and motorcycles. Led by Colonel Crouse (M. Emmet Walsh, Blade Runner, Blood Simple, Critters), the renegade group maneuvers to kill their two-legged prey. Lois Chiles (Moonraker, Death on the Nile) and William Russ (Wanted: Dead or Alive, Dead of Winter) co-star in this tense action-packed thriller where man's true survival instincts are tested.
The Escape (1963)
Gun Law (1929)
Witness for the Prosecution (1949)
Little Boy Blue (1936)
The Graduates (2007)
Abie's Irish Rose (1928)
Abie's Irish Rose is a 1928 early talking (part-talkie) film directed by Victor Fleming, based on the play Abie's Irish Rose by Anne Nichols. The film was later remade in 1946.
Three Daughters (1968)
The Perfect Woman (2004)
The Unbeliever (1918)
The Unbeliever is a 1918 American silent propaganda film made towards the end of World War I. It was directed by Alan Crosland for the Edison Company towards its last days as a functioning film-making company. It stars Raymond McKee and Marguerite Courtot, who married a few years later, and Eric von Stroheim.
Web of Deception (1989)
The Phantom Rider (1936)
The Phantom Rider is a 1936 Universal movie serial.
The Age of Innocence (1924)
The Age of Innocence is a 1924 American silent film directed by Wesley Ruggles. It is the first film adaptation of Edith Wharton’s novel The Age of Innocence. It was produced and distributed by Warner Brothers.
Love Games (2013)
How the Grinch Stole Christmas! (1966)
How the Grinch Stole Christmas! is a television special directed and co-produced by Chuck Jones. It is based on the eponymous children's book by Dr. Seuss, the story of the Grinch trying to take away Christmas from the townsfolk of Whoville below his mountain hideaway. Originally telecast in the United States on CBS on December 18, 1966, it went on to become a perennial holiday special. The special also features the voice of Boris Karloff as the Grinch and the narrator.
"Abla runs a modest local bakery from her home in Casablanca where she lives alone with her 8-year-old daughter Warda. Their routine of housework and homework is interrupted one day by a knock on the door. It is Samia, a young woman looking for a job and a roof over her head. The little girl is immediately taken with the newcomer, but her mother initially refuses to allow a pregnant stranger into their home. Gradually, however, Abla’s resolve softens and Samia’s arrival begins to offer all of them the prospect of a new life."
Barabbas is a 2012 American-Italian television movie directed by Roger Young.
Jack and the Beanstalk (1990)
Love Me Not (2018)
I guappi (1974)
I guappi (internationally released as Blood Brothers) is a 1974 Italian historical drama film with "poliziotteschi" and "noir" elements. This film marks the meeting between Claudia Cardinale and the director Pasquale Squitieri, who shortly thereafter would become her husband.
Shakespeare's most iconic work, HAMLET is the ultimate play about loyalty, love, betrayal, murder and madness. Every production is defined by its lead actor. In this stripped back, fresh and fast-paced staging by Sarah Frankcom for Manchester's Royal Exchange Theatre, Maxine Peake (The Theory of Everything) creates a Hamlet that is both timeless and unique for today. Though the part has a long history of being performed by women, Peake is the first female actor to be cast in a major production since Frances de la Tour assumed the role forty years ago.
The Wizard of Oz (1933)
The Wizard of Oz (1933) is an animated short film directed by Ted Eshbaugh. The story is credited to "Col. Frank Baum." Frank Joslyn Baum, a Lieutenant Colonel in the United States Army and eldest son of writer L. Frank Baum, was involved in the film's production, and may have had an involvement in the film's script, which is loosely inspired by the elder Baum's novel, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. It runs approximately eight and a half minutes and is nearly absent of language, working mainly with arrangements of classical music created by Carl W. Stalling.
The film was originally made in Technicolor, but because it was made without proper licensing from the Technicolor Corporation (which limited use of its 3-strip process to Disney), it was released in black and white after a lawsuit forbade the release of the film in color.
Halloween Party (1953)
Up in Mabel's Room (1926)
Up in Mabel's Room is a 1926 American silent comedy film directed by E. Mason Hopper, starring Marie Prevost and Harrison Ford, and based on the 1919 play of the same name by Wilson Collison and Otto Harbach.
The film was remade in 1944 starring Marjorie Reynolds, Dennis O'Keefe and Gail Patrick..
Aquaman is a television pilot developed by Smallville creators Al Gough and Miles Millar for The WB Television Network, based on the DC Comics character of the same name. Gough and Millar wrote the pilot, which was directed by Greg Beeman. Justin Hartley starred as Arthur "A.C." Curry, a young man living in a beachside community in the Florida Keys who learns about his powers and destiny as the Prince of Atlantis.
The Aquaman pilot was expected to debut in the fall schedule of 2006, but following the merger of the WB and UPN, the resulting CW Network opted not to buy the series. After they passed on the pilot, it was made available online through iTunes in the United States and became the number-one most downloaded television show on iTunes. It received generally favorable reviews, was later released on other online markets, and aired on Canadian television network YTV.
Rage is a 1999 feature film directed and written by Nigerian-born Newton Aduaka. Rage is his debut feature. Fraser Ayres stars as Jamie, also known as Rage, a mixed-race, angry youth living on a grim council estate in South London. He is part of a rap trio with his two friends Godwin (Shaun Parkes) and Thomas (John Pickard). Looking to escape through their music, they turn to crime in order to finance making a record.
The first draft of the script was written in four days in 1996 by Aduaka. Although it had received some interest, it was only after the success of Aduaka's short On the Edge at the Cannes Film Festival in 1998 that making the film became a possibility. It nearly failed during principal photography due to the main finance being pulled just before filming began in September 1998.
Rage premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in September 1999 and got its UK premiere at the London Film Festival in November of the same year. The distribution rights were picked up by Metrodome Distribution and, after the film was recut to a shorter length, received its full theatrical release in January 2001.
Innocents Abroad (1971)
The Night Before Christmas (1994)
Open Window (2010)
Gandhinagaril Unniyarcha (2017)
Martin Matte: La vie, la mort... eh la la..! (2019)
Quebecois comedy star Martin Matte serves up embarrassing personal stories, a solution for social media trolls and more in this unpredictable special.
E.M.P. 333 Days (2018)
An Electro Magnetic Pulse weapon is detonated, North America is forced to live in pre industrial conditions. Anything electrical is useless, creating anarchy. An 11 year old girl must fend and fight for herself while trying to find her father.
DZIDZIO First Time (2018)
A Christmas Prince: The Royal Baby (2019)
Christmas brings the ultimate gift to Aldovia: a royal baby. But first, Queen Amber must save her family and kingdom by unwrapping a monarchy mystery.
The Lost Paradise (2013)
The Heath Is Green (1972)
The Heath is Green (German:Grün ist die Heide) is a 1972 German drama film directed by Harald Reinl and starring Roy Black, Monika Lundi and Peter Millowitsch. Three friends take their holiday at a remote house in the middle of a heath, but soon grow bored of it and go out looking for excitement. It is a remake of the 1951 film The Heath Is Green.
Tonight or Never (1941)
Tonight or Never (Swedish:I natt - eller aldrig) is a 1941 Swedish comedy film directed by Gustaf Molander and starring Åke Soderblom, Thor Modéen and Sickan Carlsson.
The film's art direction was by Arne Åkermark.
Shadow Dancer (1999)
The Swedish Mistress (1962)
The Mistress (Swedish: Älskarinnan) is a 1962 Swedish drama film directed by Vilgot Sjöman. It marked Sjöman's directoral debut and was entered into the 13th Berlin International Film Festival where Bibi Andersson won the Silver Bear for Best Actress award. The film was also selected as the Swedish entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 35th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.
Guest Room (2003)
The Whistle (2013)
Enlighten Thy Daughter (1917)
Enlighten Thy Daughter is a 1917 American silent drama film directed and written by Ivan Abramson.
Don't Look Back (2006)
Hyouteki: Target (2009)
Over the Hill (1931)
Over the Hill is a 1931 American drama film directed by Henry King and written by Tom Barry and Jules Furthman. The film stars Mae Marsh, James Dunn, Sally Eilers, Edward Crandall, Claire Maynard and Olin Howland. The film was released on November 11, 1931, by Fox Film Corporation.
The story was previously filmed as Over the Hill to the Poorhouse in 1908 and 1920.
Arms and the Man (1983)
All Woman (1918)
All Woman is a 1918 American comedy film directed by Hobart Henley and starring Mae Marsh and Jere Austin. It is not known whether the film currently survives.
Via Mala (1948)
Via Mala is a 1945 German drama film directed by Josef von Báky and starring Karin Hardt, Carl Wery and Viktor Staal. It is an adaptation of the novel Via Mala by John Knittel. It was released in April 1945, a month before the unconditional surrender of Germany. The film is visually expressionist, something comparatively rare during the Nazi era.
The Legend Of The Lone Ranger (1952)
The Fighting Sheriff (1925)
Frontier Days (1945)
Innocent Blood (2017)
Der Teufel führt Regie (1951)
The Chinese Bungalow (1926)
The Chinese Bungalow is a 1926 British silent drama film directed by Sinclair Hill and starring Matheson Lang, Genevieve Townsend and Juliette Compton. It was based on the play The Chinese Bungalow which was adapted for further films in 1930 and 1940.
It was made by Stoll Pictures, whose principal star throughout the mid-1920s was Lang.
The Virgin Queen (1923)
The Virgin Queen (1923) is a British silent historical film directed by J. Stuart Blackton and starring Diana Manners, Carlyle Blackwell and Walter Tennyson.
Gambling Ship (1938)
Der gestohlene Himmel (1974)
Stolen Heaven (German: Der gestohlene Himmel, Italian: Il cielo rubato) is a 1974 Italian-German drama film directed by Theo Maria Werner and starring Siegfried Rauch, Hans Holt and Christine Böhm.
It was partly shot on location in the Zillertal in the Austrian state of Tyrol.
Cameo Kirby (1914)
Cameo Kirby is a 1914 American drama silent film directed by Oscar Apfel and written by Clara Beranger and William C. de Mille. The film stars Dustin Farnum, Fred Montague, James Neill, Jode Mullally, Winifred Kingston and Dick La Reno. It is based on the play Cameo Kirby by Booth Tarkington and Harry Leon Wilson. The film was released on December 24, 1914, by Paramount Pictures.
Das doppelte Lottchen (1950)
Two Times Lotte (German: Das doppelte Lottchen) is a 1950 West German film, directed by Josef von Báky and starring Antje Weisgerber, Peter Mosbacher, Jutta Günther and Isa Günther.
Based on a 1949 novel Lottie and Lisa by Erich Kästner, it was made by Bavaria Film at the Emelka Studios near Munich. The film's sets were designed by the art directors Robert Herlth and Willy Schatz.
Hedda Gabler (1962)
Beanstalk Jack (1933)
Er nu shi wo men de (1970)
The American Way (1962)
Black Box (1994)
Black Forest (2015)
Petersburg Nights (1958)
Les Misérables (1948)
Les Misérables (Italian: I miserabili) is a 1948 Italian drama film directed by Riccardo Freda. It is based on the Victor Hugo novel of the same name.
Libido is a 1965 Italian giallo thriller film directed by Ernesto Gastaldi and Vittorio Salerno and starring Giancarlo Giannini and Dominique Boschero.
The Constant Nymph (1933)
The Constant Nymph is a 1933 British drama film directed by Basil Dean and starring Victoria Hopper, Brian Aherne and Leonora Corbett. It is an adaptation of the novel The Constant Nymph by Margaret Kennedy. Dean tried to persuade Novello to reprise his appearance from the 1928 silent version The Constant Nymph but was turned down and cast Aherne in the part instead.