Fong Sai-Yuk (1993)
Self-assured with the kung fu skills to back it up, Fong Sai-Yuk (Jet Li) is one of the best fighters in the area. When a wealthy merchant (Sibelle Hu) devises a competition to win the hand of his daughter (Li Jia Xing) in marriage, Fong jumps at the chance. However, a case of mistaken identity compels Fong to forfeit, leaving his mother (Zhu Zhang) to win back his honor. Meanwhile, Fong's father invites more problems as a member of a secret anti-government organization.
Steve Chong Finds Out That Suicide Is a Bad Idea (2010)
A suicidal man (Stanley Wong) gathers his unsuspecting buddies together for a final weekend party.
The Barker (1928)
The sideshow barker (Milton Sills) for a cheap carnival has plans for his teenage son (Douglas Fairbanks Jr.) to study law.
Good Riddance (1980)
A lonely French Canadian girl (Charlotte Laurier) wants her mother (Marie Tifo) all to herself. Winner of eight Genie Awards.
King Solomon's Treasure (1976)
English explorer Allan Quatermain (David McCallum) leads an African search for the treasure of a lost Phoenician city.
I Am But a Little Woman (2010)
An Inuit mother recreates the arctic landscape in a spectacular wall hanging.
The Glass Slipper (1955)
In a retelling of the "Cinderella" tale, young orphan Ella (Leslie Caron) lives with her unpleasant stepmother (Elsa Lanchester) and stepsisters (Amanda Blake, Lisa Daniels), essentially working as their housekeeper. When the local prince (Michael Wilding) returns from school, a ball is announced. Around that time, Ella meets the prince, who is disguised as the son of the palace chef, and the two fall in love. When she manages to attend the ball, his revealed identity causes quite a stir.
A photographer (Tiffany Knight) collects images of the dead, while a serial killer continues to terrorize the area.
Atlantic Avenue (2013)
A male prostitute comes to the aid of a teenage girl (Leopoldine Huyghues-Despointes) in a wheelchair.
Hitchhike to Happiness (1945)
A budding singer (Dale Evans), songwriter (Brad Taylor) and playwright (Al Pearce) team up on Broadway.
Demons 2 (1986)
Residents (David Knight, Virginia Bryant, Bobby Rhodes) of a high-rise are trapped inside with demons on a Saturday night.
To Life (2014)
Three women who met in Auschwitz reunite 15 years later during a seaside holiday.
In 1977, during the Argentinian dictatorship, a former Navy pilot disobeys orders and becomes a fugitive. While hiding out in a small town, his presence catches the attention of the corrupt and violent local marshal.
Wild Australia: The Edge (1996)
Filmmaker John Weiley examines natural vistas in Australia, including canyons, rivers and waterfalls.
Table-soccer figurines come to life to battle a bully who wants to destroy them.
When Kate Davis (Chantal Contouri) is kidnapped by members of a cult, she is shocked to discover that they believe her to be a descendant of the notorious Elizabeth Bathory, known as the Blood Queen. The cult, which harvests humans for their blood, tries to enlist Kate to join, but she refuses. After being drugged against the advice of Fraser (David Hemmings), the cult's doctor, Kate returns home -- only to find her husband taken captive. Dr. Fraser offers to help, but can he be trusted?
Son of a Sailor (1933)
Sailor Handsome Callahan (Joe E. Brown) meets lovely Helen (Jean Muir) when she crashes into him with her car after his boxing match. Always armed with a story, Handsome tells her a lie that lands him an invitation to her house for dinner. Little does he know that her fianc will also be joining them. Despite the lighthearted shenanigans of the night, trouble is brewing -- a spy steals vital military technology, and Handsome must try to get it back in time.
The Quest (1996)
In the slums of New York City during the 1920s, petty thief Chris Dubois (Jean-Claude Van Damme) finds himself on the run from the police. At the docks, he hides on an outbound freight ship leaving for Asia. Taken in by the mysterious Lord Dobbs (Roger Moore) as the boat docks in Thailand, Dubois is introduced to the underground world of martial arts fighting. His training culminates in a secret battle between the world's greatest fighters that takes place before a select audience in Tibet.
Voyage of Time: Life's Journey (2016)
Filmmaker Terrence Malick examines the origins of the universe, the birth of stars and galaxies, the beginning of life on Earth and the evolution of diverse species.
Dr. Akagi (1998)
A prostitute (Kumiko Aso), a monk (Juro Kara) and others help a country doctor (Akira Emoto) seek a cure for hepatitis in 1945 Japan.
The Deerslayer (1957)
James Fenimore Cooper's Hawkeye (Lex Barker) and his Mohican friend, Chingachgook, rescue a bounty hunter and his daughters.
Delicious Little Devil (1919)
A woman (Mae Murray) poses as a notorious dancer to land a job as the hostess of a roadhouse.
The Shop (2013)
Friends get into trouble when one inherits his uncle's Mustang and finds $20 million in diamonds in the engine.
A Little Color (2002)
Fed up with her abusive husband, a submissive hairdresser (Anouk Grinberg) runs away and gets a job at a motel.
What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? (1991)
An aged Hollywood child-star (Lynn Redgrave) torments her famous sister (Vanessa Redgrave) in a wheelchair, in their old mansion.
Last of the Comanches (1952)
A cavalry sergeant (Broderick Crawford) leads soldiers, civilians and an Indian (Johnny Stewart) on a desert trek.
No Strings Attached (1998)
An engaged journalist (Vincent Spano) writing about sexual fantasies becomes obsessed with a female subject (Cheryl Pollak).
A woman's life becomes chaotic when her lies start to spin out of control.
A young man's failed suicide attempt unleashes an inner guilt that causes him to see frightening apparitions.
November Moon (1985)
A Jewish woman (Gabriele Osburg) has a lesbian romance after fleeing from Germany to Paris in 1933.
Mystery Plane (1939)
Foreign spies kidnap comic-strip teens Tailspin Tommy (John Trent), Skeeter (Milburn Stone) and Betty Lou (Marjorie Reynolds).
Jay invites Nick to spend the weekend having sex with him and his partner and a dark obsession begins.
The Lazarus Child (2004)
A desperate couple (Andy Garcia, Frances O'Connor) use a doctor's (Angela Bassett) controversial method to revive their comatose daughter.
The Man in the Brown Suit (1989)
An American tourist (Stephanie Zimbalist) and her partner (Rue McClanahan) solve a robbery and a murder in Egypt.
A cargo boat captain finds a notebook full of poems.
The Tale of Ruby Rose (1987)
During the 1930s in the remote highlands of Australian Tasmania, Ruby Rose (Melita Jurisic) lives with her husband, Henry (Chris Haywood), and stepson, Gem (Rod Zuanic). Ruby is alone for much of the time and, afraid of night's darkness, she concocts elaborate mythical stories to survive, retreating into a private world. Eventually she sets out to reconnect with her estranged father, and in the process transcends the fear that had gripped her so tightly.
Sure Thing (2015)
A man sits across the table from a beautiful woman.
The Wisdom of Crocodiles (1998)
After years of murdering single women for their blood, debonair vampire Steven Griscz (Jude Law) can no longer quench his thirst at the pallid necks of the lonely and miserable. To continue to sustain himself, he desperately needs the vibrant, energizing blood of a victim who loves him. As Griscz struggles to seduce gorgeous scientist Anne Levela (Elina Lowensohn), policeman Healey (Timothy Spall) follows a trail of clues leading directly to his door.
Duel in the Jungle (1954)
An insurance man (Dana Andrews) goes to Africa with the secretary (Jeanne Crain) of a supposedly dead diamond miner (David Farrar) insured for $1 million.
The Van (1996)
Given his experience working with food, it's hardly surprising that after losing his job at a bakery, Brendan "Bimbo" Reeves (Donal O'Kelly) becomes successful selling fried morsels from a van. He hires Larry (Colm Meaney), his best friend, to help, but having Bimbo for a boss doesn't improve their relationship. The van is eventually closed down by a health inspector -- which Bimbo thinks is because Larry ratted him out over questionable food prep techniques -- and their friendship is severed.
The Emperor's New Clothes (1993)
A man and a boy make an imaginary suit for a vain emperor and say that it can be seen only by the wise.
During Prohibition, loudmouth Harlem grifter Ray (Eddie Murphy) and the no-nonsense Claude (Martin Lawrence) team up on a bootlegging mission to Mississippi that could bring them big bucks. But they run into trouble when a crooked lawman hits them with a phony murder charge. Ray and Claude are given life sentences and shipped off to jail, where they must think of a way to prove their innocence and avoid the brutal guards while battling their biggest enemies -- their opposing personalities.
An Art That Nature Makes (2015)
Photographer Rosamond Purcell gains international acclaim for finding unexpected beauty in discarded and decayed objects.
Barsaat Ki Ek Raat (1981)
Inspector Abhijeet Rai leads a happy life with his pregnant wife, Rajni. However, his life comes crashing down when Kaliram, a man he had arrested five years ago, returns in his life to take revenge.
We Won't Grow Old Together (1972)
A married man's (Jean Yanne) six-year affair with a much-younger mistress (Marlène Jobert) reaches its end.
The Medicines Seller (2013)
Bruno, a pharmaceutical representative, becomes involved in illegal sales to persuade doctors to prescribe his company's drugs.
The Wrong Child (2016)
A sociopathic teenager (Robbie Davidson) terrorizes a family (Vivica A. Fox, Gary Daniels) after claiming to be the father's long-lost son.
The Moonlighter (1953)
Wes Anderson (Fred MacMurray) is caught cattle rustling and promptly jailed. The public is outraged, but, since Wes always worked at night, they don't know what he looks like. Still, they break into the prison and lynch a hobo they think is Wes, while the actual culprit sneaks off to see his old flame, Rela (Barbara Stanwyck), who has recently taken up with his straitlaced brother, Tom (William Ching). But Tom is envious of his outlaw brother, and he decides to join Wes in a life of crime.
Two newspaper reporters receive help from an unlikely accomplice as they try to save humanity from an alien invasion.
Step Up (2012)
The everyday struggles of single mothers and reasons why fathers leave.
A Woman, a Part (2016)
Workaholic actress Anna Baskin (Maggie Siff), 44, abruptly extricates herself from a successful but mind-numbing TV role, returning to her past life in New York to reinvent herself. But despite the desire for transformation, she cannot find herself outside of her career. When an upsetting personal betrayal unexpectedly leads to the role of her life, she must confront the reality of her past relationships to clear a path forward.
Woman in Deep (2016)
When a woman calls a suicide prevention hotline, she is put on hold.
Two friends who guard secrets reunite in their hometown, a place where money, power and prestige are all equally important.
Call Me Marianna (2015)
Marianna prepares for gender reassignment surgery.
Every Day's a Holiday (1937)
A turn-of-the-century con woman preying on residents of New York City soon finds herself in trouble with the law.
Freak Out (2015)
A soldier in the IDF is sent to northern Israel for a week long patrol with three soldiers he does not know. As the week progresses, the unit begins to question if they will be able to survive the experience.
Riding Speed (1934)
The cowboy hero (Buffalo Bill Jr.) stops smugglers at the Mexican border.
Left with amnesia after a car accident, a man (Arjun Rampal) believes his wife (Priyanka Chopra) is having an affair.
The Grand Duel (1972)
A mysterious gunfighter (Lee Van Cleef) protects a man accused of killing an Arizona big shot.
Through both interviews and dramatic reenactments, this documentary chronicles the life of Paulina Cruz Surez, a woman who works as a maid in Mexico City. As a child living in a small town, Paulina suffered through many emotionally scarring events. Her mother lies, telling all the locals that Paulina was sexually abused, and then trades her to a wealthy man who actually does molest her. Her relatives, siding with her mother, then try to discredit Paulina's side of the story.
First Light (2015)
Marco sets out to find his son after his wife leaves with him.
The Scarface Mob (1962)
Crime-fighter Eliot Ness draws a tight net around Al Capone and his notorious mob. From "The Untouchables" TV series.
Paid to Kill (1954)
A bankrupt businessman embarks on a search for the hood he hired to kill him after his financial situation changes.
Girl Power (2014)
Recent graduate Cass is anxious to get to the heart of the excitement in Britain with a job at a publishing company.
Rockers and dancers attend a party that ends in carnage.
The Wish Horse (2015)
A young boy struggles to care his six-year-old sister after their mother abandons them. When they encounter a newborn foal, the little girl becomes convinced it is capable of granting wishes.
Sketch Artist II: Hands That See (1995)
A serial rapist who usually kills his victims decides to spare blind Emmy (Courteney Cox) because she presumably won't be able to describe him. But when she meets with police sketch artist Jack (Jeff Fahey), she provides a detailed description based on facial features she felt with her hands. As the killer pursues Emmy after learning that she's aiding the investigation, Jack organizes an unusual police lineup, hoping that she'll recognize her attacker when she touches her hand to his face.
American engineer Johnny Munroe (John Wayne) is hired by South American tycoon Frederick Alexander (Cedric Hardwicke) to bore a tunnel for a new railroad in the Andes Mountains. On the job, he falls for Alexander's beautiful daughter, Maura (Laraine Day). Facing dangerous conditions and serious design challenges, Munroe struggles to complete the job he was hired to do, while simultaneously struggling to convince his skeptical, overprotective employer that he is a worthy suitor for Maura.
Fearless Fuzz (1977)
An Italian detective (Maurizio Merli) finds a Viennese banker's daughter, meets a stripper (Joan Collins) and solves murders.
My Friend Raffi (2015)
An 8-year-old boy has to rescue his hamster after a crook nabs it for its special talents.
Desperate Search (1953)
A man (Howard Keel), his wife (Jane Greer) and his famous-aviator ex-wife (Patricia Medina) search for their two children lost with a cougar.
You're Laughing (1998)
Two separate narratives tell stories of life in Italy. In the first, set in 1930s Rome, Felice (Antonio Albanese), an aging opera singer, is forced to quit singing and become an accountant. While he sleeps, he bursts out in fits of laughter. His suspicious wife, Marika (Elena Ghiaurov), thinks she's being laughed at. The conflict that ensues could ruin their marriage. In the second piece, a kidnapping in contemporary Sicily is eerily similar to a crime that took place a century earlier.
Qatil Haseeno Ka (2001)
A newlywed and other victims meet their deaths at a posh hotel.
Summer Solstice (2015)
Two young men (Jonas Nay, Filip Piotrowicz), enduring the war from opposites sides, find friendship in occupied Poland during WWII.
A gangster and his flunkies abduct and kill a man's daughter. Soon, the man's adopted son sets out to avenge her death.
Greve Party (1998)
A former leader of a French labor union in the 1960s helps strikers in Paris.
The Road to Glory (1936)
Two French officers (Fredric March, Warner Baxter) and one's aged father (Lionel Barrymore) face no man's land in World War I.
One by one, revelers at the site of an attempted murder fall prey to an unknown assailant.
Where Eskimos Live (2002)
A courier (Bob Hoskins) for a black-market adoption agency befriends a Bosnian orphan (Sergiusz Zymelka) victimized by war.
The Empty Classroom (2015)
Ten filmmakers document the high-school dropout crisis in Latin America.
Trair e Coçar É Só Começar (2006)
A maid (Adriana Esteves) believes that her employer (Cssio Gabus Mendes) is cheating on his wife (Bianca Byington) with a dancer.
Filmmaker Kristi Jacobson follows several inmates as they start prison sentences in Virginia's Red Onion State Prison.
Come Spy With Me (1967)
A female agent investigates the deaths of other agents and a proposed meeting of world leaders in the Caribbean.
Filmmaker Maisie Crow examines the issues surrounding the right to choose in Mississippi.
Almost Broadway (2016)
A group of struggling actors in Manhattan plans to blackmail a politician with a sex tape.
The Good Life (2012)
Marianne and Jacques, a married couple who appear to have the perfect life, begin to sacrifice their vows to accomplish their goals.
A New Orleans detective (Mike Doyle) and his partner must hunt down and kill vampires that feed on the blood of children.
Graveyard Disturbance (1987)
Teens make a bet with each other to spend an entire night in the catacombs of a cemetery.
In London to claim an inheritance, Stan (Stan Laurel) misses out on the money but instead receives his own island. Accompanied, as always, by his pal Ollie (Oliver Hardy), Stan travels to his new property, but gets caught in a storm and washes up on a newly formed atoll. When the boys learn the island is brimming with precious uranium, they form a constitution and declare themselves a sovereign state, while the great nations of the world look to get their own hands on the valuable territory.
Godmonster of Indian Flats (1973)
The mayor of a remote town schemes to profit from a sheep's monstrous offspring by putting it on display.
Danger Has Two Faces (1966)
A U.S. spy (Robert Lansing) assumes the identity and wife (Dana Wynter) of a slain millionaire.
Patrons (Yuri Laguta, Sergey Shnurov, Marina Vovchenko) in a Russian bar tell elaborate lies about their lives.
In 1881, infamous gunman Wade Bannock returns for revenge when someone murders people he knows. A young woman, another gunman, and a town marshal join Wade in a life-or-death struggle in a rugged, unforgiving territory.
Hotel Very Welcome (2007)
An eclectic mix of people travels to Asia seeking serenity.
The Gay Cavalier (1946)
The Cisco Kid (Gilbert Roland) and Pancho (Martin Garralaga) try to help an unhappy bride.
Butterfly Town, USA (2015)
Activists and city staff in Pacific Grove clash over how to protect monarch butterflies.
Bachelorette's Degree (2013)
A successful publicist, an aspiring lawyer and a seasoned middle school teacher experience the ups and downs of love and friendship.
Arati (Madhabi Mukherjee) takes a job as a door-to-door saleswoman in Calcutta's wealthy neighborhoods, in defiance of her traditionally minded husband, Subrata (Anil Chatterjee), and his live-in parents. Emulating her Anglo-Indian friend and co-worker Edith (Vicky Redwood), who speaks as an equal to the men she encounters on the job, Arati quickly becomes her firm's top salesperson. When Subrata loses his job, the power dynamic in the family begins to shift.
The Legend of God's Gun (2007)
A gun-toting preacher returns to Playa Diablo to seek revenge on the bandit El Sobero.
Runaway Hearts (2014)
Two kids on the run from a scary life come across two adults running away from their past.