Plane Nuts (1933)

Ted Healy and the Three Stooges perform musical numbers.

Deewana Mastana (1997)

A thief (Anil Kapoor) and a wealthy man (Govinda) both fall in love with a beautiful psychiatrist (Juhi Chawla).

God's Country (2012)

Meghan (Jenn Gotzon), a young and talented executive, goes to the Mojave Desert to convince a Christian landowner to sell his property. During her stay, she experiences a spiritual transformation and calls on her favorite investor to save the land.

Hella W (2011)

Estonian-born Hella Wuolijoki (Tiina Weckstrm) becomes a feminist writer, an intellectual and a liberal politico.

Waqt (1965)

Family members separated by disaster find their lives interconnect.

Strip-Tease (1962)

A ballet dancer living in Paris (Nico) accepts a job in a strip club and devises an act that captivates audiences and catapults her to stardom.

Million Dollar Weekend (1948)

An embezzler (Gene Raymond) woos a widow (Stephanie Paull) in Hawaii, then loses his loot to a bad guy (Francis Lederer) and tries to get it back.

Clash of the Wolves (1925)

A man (Charles Farrell) tames and befriends a wounded wolf.

Double Confession (1950)

Murder and blackmail mar a vacation for eight people at a seaside resort.

Cosmonaut (2009)

A Russian teen develops her ideals during the space race between the Soviet Union and the United States.

Ballistica (2009)

A man trains in a deadly form of hand-to-hand combat combined with firearms, then the CIA uses him as a weapon against terrorism.

Double Exposure (1944)

A magazine editor (Chester Morris) tries to establish the innocence of a photojournalist (Nancy Kelly) accused of murder.

Absent (2011)

Martin vies for the love and affection of Sebastian, his sports coach. Sebastian tries to keep Martin at arm's length as they inch closer and closer to crossing the line.

To Begin Again (1982)

A dying poet (Antonio Ferrandis) returns to Spain and reunites with his lover (Encarna Paso) from 40 years before.

The Last Movie (2012)

An actress turns the filming of a movie into a thriller of its own when she delves too deeply into a role.

The Immigrant (2005)

The shooting death of a migrant raises questions about the Mexican and American border crisis.

Doulos, the Finger Man (1961)

A gangster stool pigeon comes into conflict with a faithful member of the mob.

Killer Biker Chicks (2009)

When a band's car breaks down, the band gets caught in the crossfire of corrupt cops, the meanest killer biker chicks ever to ride the roads, and another gang of bikers.

Riders of the Rio Grande (1943)

The Three Mesquiteers (Bob Steele, Tom Tyler, Jimmie Dodd) spare a ruined banker who thinks they came to kill him.

What Becomes of the Children? (1936)

Neglected as children, two siblings lead troubled lives as adults.

Welcome to L.A. (1976)

Carroll Barber (Keith Carradine) is a noncommittal, independently wealthy musician who spends his time drifting about Los Angeles from bed to bed. Carroll jumps in and out of relationships with Ann Goode (Sally Kellerman), a real estate agent, and Nona Bruce (Lauren Hutton), the mistress of his father, to name a few. Also in Carroll's orbit is restless housewife Karen Hood (Geraldine Chaplin) and her husband, Ken (Harvey Keitel), an executive who works with the senior Barber.

Land of the Outlaws (1944)

A cowboy (Johnny Mack Brown) and his partner (Raymond Hatton) ride where the lawless try to hide.

Dangerous Cargo (1954)

Thieves blackmail an airport security officer into helping them stage a gold heist.

Children of the Night (1985)

A sociology student (Kathleen Quinlan) works with teenage prostitutes despite her boyfriend (Nicholas Campbell) and a pimp (Mario Van Peebles).

Shooting Straight (1930)

A Western minister (James Neill) and his daughter (Mary Lawlor) take a fugitive crapshooter (Richard Dix) for a traveling crusader.

Josh (2000)

It's 1980 in the coastal town of Vasco. Two gangs fight for control of the streets: the Scorpions, led by Prakash (Sharad Kapoor), and the Eagles, fronted by Max (Shahrukh Khan). When Prakash's brother Rahul (Chandrachur Singh) comes to visit, he meets and quickly falls in love with Shirley (Aishwarya Rai), not realizing she's the sister of his brother's rival, Max. Though Rahul tries to keep their relationship secret, it's only a matter of time before it brings the gang rivalry to a head.

Parole Girl (1933)

An ex-convict (Mae Clarke) falls in love with the store manager (Ralph Bellamy) who caught her stealing.

La espera desespera (2012)

Jorge has no money or insurance when his wife needs heart surgery, so he decides to rob a bank.

War Dancing - Dance to Win (1989)

In Los Angeles, disadvantaged teens Slammer (Carlos Gomez), Francis (Daniel Quinn) and Amanda (Sally Stewart) view the opulence and glamor of Hollywood with envy. Out of boredom, they engage in petty thievery, hoping for a small taste of a better life. When they discover the world of competitive dance, they sense a possible escape from their mundane existence. Working tirelessly on their choreography, they find a creative outlet for their youthful energy and a forum for their ambition.

Who Is the Monster ... You or Me? (1995)

Filmmaker Peter Schamoni profiles French sculptor/painter Niki de Saint Phalle and her work.

Sinners in the Sun (1932)

A dress model (Carole Lombard) and a mechanic (Chester Morris) each experience an empty, wealthy life before falling in love in poverty.

One Day More (2011)

A hopelessly smitten man (Fabio Volo) follows his dream girl (Isabella Ragonese) from Italy to New York.

I Love Budapest (2001)

Aniko (Gabriella Hamori) is a small-town girl with big-city dreams. She arrives in Budapest, Hungary, seeking excitement and aspiring to glamour but soon has to settle for an inauspicious factory job. She and her blue-collar boyfriend, Miki (Sndor Csnyi), often carouse with her friend Moni (Martina Kovacs) and her wealthy beau, Krisztian (Tamas Lengyel). Before long, Aniko and Miki grow jealous of their rich pals. So to make some fast cash, Miki takes to the treacherous world of drug dealing.

Danger Woman (1946)

A group of agents sent to acquire atomic secrets victimizes a college science professor.

Lost Ranch (1937)

A cowboy (Tom Tyler) handles a kidnapping case for his cattlemen's association.

Austin High (2011)

A crackdown on marijuana use affects a principal (Mike Wilson), his staff and their students.

My Heart of Darkness (2010)

Four war veterans journey back to battlefields deep in Africa to find reconciliation, forgiveness and atonement.

How to Boil a Frog (2010)

Solutions to make life better and save civilization.

Daring Daughters (1933)

Liberated ladies find unique pleasures in the days of Prohibition.

Liquid Dreams (1992)

An ingenue (Candice Daly) from Kansas links her Los Angeles sister's slaying to something weird called Neuro-Vid.

Fire Monsters Against the Son of Hercules (1962)

Maxus (Reg Lewis), nomadic son of Hercules, rescues Idar (Luciano Marin), prince of a sun-worshipping tribe, from a lake monster. When a band of cave-dwelling moon-worshippers descends on the Sun People and kidnaps their women for human sacrifice, Maxus leads a counterattack. He rescues the captured women but is abducted himself, before escaping with beautiful moon-worshipper Moah (Margaret Lee). But ahead are more battles with beasts and the Moon People, now allied with an even nastier tribe.

Caterpillar (2010)

After serving his country in the Second Sino-Japanese War, hardened soldier Lt. Kyuzo Kurokawa (Shima nishi) returns home a changed man. Since he lost his arms and legs in battle, his wife, Shigeko (Shinobu Terajima), contemplates putting him out of his misery until she discovers he still has the will to live. But, despite welcoming the prominence that comes with being the loving caretaker of the village war hero, Shigeko quietly begins to take her revenge for Kyuzo's past transgressions.

One Week (2000)

An unfaithful groom-to-be learns that he may have contracted HIV with just days to go before his wedding.

As If It Were Raining (1963)

Embezzling is tempting to a man (Eddie Constantine) passing through Spain.

Crime on the Hill (1934)

When a wealthy man is found poisoned, the town vicar solves the mystery.

Wolf Call (1939)

Based on Jack London's novel of the adventures of a miner and his faithful canine companion in the frozen North.

Boy (1969)

Traveling from one Japanese urban center to the next, a family of grifters has developed a scheme to swindle gullible drivers out of their money. The father (Fumio Watanabe) convinces his young son (Tetsuo Abe) to run into the sides of cars on the street, tricking the drivers into thinking they've just hit a child. By threatening police involvement, the father gets his marks to pay him off, but the boy is increasingly resentful of his line of work.

Crime Takes a Holiday (1938)

A district attorney uses psychology to expose a criminal gang by publicizing the prosecution of an innocent man.

The Living Coffin (1959)

Terrified of being buried alive, a woman makes plans to have an alarm system installed in her coffin.

2501 Migrants: A Journey (2009)

People living in harsh conditions hope to find a better life across the border.

Sound It Out (2011)

A portrait of the last record store in Teesside, England.

The Borrowers (2011)

A scientist (Stephen Fry) tries to capture members of a miniature family who live beneath the floorboards of a house.

Clown Hunt (2012)

Clowns live in the wild and are harvested like animals until the hunters come across a rare albino clown who hunts them.

The Lost Zeppelin (1929)

An explorer is stranded with his wife's lover after their airship crashes in the Antarctic.

The Curse of the Yellow Snake (1963)

The theft of a Chinese icon sparks a battle between the authorities and a group of underground fanatics.

Magic Temple (1996)

Three teenage boys journey into the magical world of Samadhi.

Killing Spree (1987)

Reading his wife's (Courtney Lercara) racy journal sends a Florida man (Asbestos Felt) off on a manic course of mayhem.

Mapado 2 (2005)

Chung-su is hired by a dying executive to find a lost love and ends up stranded on an island inhabited by five grandmothers who will not allow him to leave.

Antilles sur Seine (2000)

With the help of his two sons and a policewoman (Chantal Lauby), a mayor (Med Hondo) tries to get his wife back from kidnappers in Paris.

Moving Target (1990)

Bad guys chase an amnesiac (Janine Linde) who thinks she's a tennis star's illegitimate daughter.

Live to Forgive (2009)

A minister teaches people how to forgive others.

The Silver Fleet (1943)

Considered a traitor for helping Nazis construct submarines, a Dutch engineer (Ralph Richardson) later redeems himself.

The Mountain Music Project: A Musical Odyssey From Appalachia to Himalaya (2009)

Two musicians from Virginia travel to Nepal to explore the remarkable similarities between Appalachian and Himalayan folk music.

Fambul Tok (2011)

The people of Sierra Leone try to heal the wounds caused by their civil war by returning to an old tradition of bringing together victims and offenders for ceremonies of truth-telling and forgiveness.

La spagnola (2001)

A teenager (Alice Ansara) must grow up fast after her father leaves her nagging mother (Lola Marceli) for another woman.

Fanny, Annie & Danny (2010)

A woman brings together her dysfunctional adult offspring for Christmas.

KJ: Music and Life (2009)

Filmmaker King-wai Cheung documents the life of pianist KJ.

The Cream Farewell Concert (1969)

Filmed in London's Albert Hall, the concert highlights the songs of the 1960s band Cream.

Desert Vengeance (1931)

The bandit leader of a remote town falls in love with a deceitful woman.

We Were One Man (1979)

In 1943 after rescuing a wounded German soldier (Piotr Stanislas), a man (Serge Avedikian) becomes his friend and then his lover.

The Desperate Man (1959)

A reporter is forced outside the law when the jewel thief he was trailing abducts his partner.

The Sleeper's Wife (2010)

After learning about her husband's terroristic activities, a woman (Yvonne Catterfeld) tries to flee with her young son (Faraz Kafi).

Destination Unknown (1942)

Foreign spies and police pursue an attractive Dutch spy throughout Peking.

Drei (2010)

A bisexual man (Devid Striesow) has affairs with both members (Sophie Rois, Sebastian Schipper) of a longtime couple who have lost their sexual spark.

Small Creatures (2011)

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

Tonight We Raid Calais (1943)

An English commando (John Sutton) spotlights a Nazi munitions plant for RAF bombers in France.

The Undying Monster (1942)

With its history of murder and suicide, the affluent Hammond family is seemingly cursed. When deaths on the British clan's estate draw the involvement of Scotland Yard, investigator Bob Curtis (James Ellison) arrives to look into the mysterious matter. Oliver Hammond (John Howard) and his sister, Helga (Heather Angel), are among the relatives who must contend their family's dark secret, which involves the legend of a werewolf. Can the macabre legacy of the Hammonds be stopped?

Fate of a Man (1959)

Based on a story by Mikhail Sholokhov. A man's spirit is tested by the horrors of war.

Tirando a Gol (1966)

The rivalry between the parents of a soccer team produces a romance.

Walk Tall (1960)

To keep peace an Army captain (Willard Parker) hunts an outlaw-gang leader (Kent Taylor) for raiding Indians.

Wolf Dog (1958)

An intelligent canine soothes tensions between farmers and ranchers disputing land rights in the Canadian frontier.

Blood on the Streets (1974)

An unlucky French gangster (Alain Delon) vows to avenge the slaying of his partner by a rival gang in 1930s Marseille.

You Have to Run Fast (1961)

Gangland killers catch up to a doctor (Craig Hill) hiding as a store clerk in a country town.

Ocean Frontiers: The Dawn of a New Era in Ocean Stewardship (2011)

Biologists, fishermen, farmers, industrialists and others collaborate to save the world's oceans from destruction.

Girl With Hyacinths (1950)

A porter tries to find out why a girl killed herself.

The Devil Pays Off (1941)

A former Navy man attempts to redeem his honor by exposing a shipping tycoon's dealings with the enemy.

Bienvenido-Welcome (1995)

The lover of a husband ruins his life, when she leaves in the mirror the message 'welcome to the world of AIDS.'

Smoky (1946)

Wandering cowboy Clint Barkley (Fred MacMurray) spots runaway horse Smoky and leads him back to his ranch. Owner Julie Richards (Anne Baxter) hires the drifter despite Clint's refusal to talk about his past. Clint tames the headstrong black stallion, and man and horse become close. When Clint fires ranch hand (and former partner in crime), Frank Denton (Bruce Cabot), he steals Smoky in retaliation. As Smoky is passed from one owner to the next, Clint searches for his companion.

The Satanic Rites Of Dracula (1973)

Van Helsing (Peter Cushing) seeks the 700-year-old count (Christopher Lee), who is dead and living in London with his vampire bride.

Dog Gone (2003)

After a police dog is killed while helping its partner (Jack Wagner), its spirit possesses the body of a criminal and searches for the killer.

Wild Horse Stampede (1943)

The Trail Blazers (Ken Maynard, Hoot Gibson) stop horse rustlers for Indians and a railroad.

Tarab (2009)

In a film about the journey of author Eli Amir, filmmaker Boris Maftsir traces the memories and personal identity of his friend, Eli, and re-encounters his own buried memories, in the process.

Beau Brummell (1954)

Captain George Bryan Brummell (Stewart Granger) is a British soldier who appreciates fine clothing and innovative dress. Although he at first alienates the Prince of Wales (Peter Ustinov) with insulting comments about the prince's uniform designs, he eventually becomes his close confidant. Brummel also falls in love with the beautiful Lady Patricia Belham (Elizabeth Taylor). However, his outspoken manner eventually leads to his being exiled to France.

Killer Bees! (2002)

A sheriff (C. Thomas Howell) tries to save unsuspecting townspeople, including his estranged wife and young daughter, from a deadly swarm.

The Bishop Murder Case (1930)

In this film based on S.S. Van Dine's detective novel, quick-witted private investigator Philo Vance (Basil Rathbone) is in search of a cryptic killer. The body of Joseph Cochrane Robin is discovered pierced by an arrow, with a note that contains a snippet of the nursery rhyme "Who Killed Cock Robin," which is curiously signed "The Bishop." Vance is on the case, but the pressure to uncover the Bishop's identity heats up when more bodies begin to turn up with nursery rhymes attached.

Children of the Princess of Cleves (2011)

Filmmaker Rgis Sauder explores connections between King Henry VIII's court and modern young people.

Pickup (1951)

A young woman (Beverly Michaels) marries a middle-aged man (Hugo Haas), then plots to take his money.

Billi Pig (2011)

Aspiring actress Marivalda, her husband Wanderley, and a false priest end up in the hands of a drug boss when they promise to save his daughter from a coma. A huge cash reward is at stake and all three have to chase the miracle.

Perfect Profile (1989)

A computer program selects a female basketball star as the necessary component to lead a men's team to the championship.

Angels Love Donuts (2010)

A businessman evaluates his life when an angel from heaven visits.