The Magnetized Man (1907)
Kiinni on ja pysyy (1955)
The Enchanted Pond (1907)
Wall Driller (1985)
Tjoet Nja' Dhien (1988)
Tjoet Nja' Dhien is a 1988 Indonesian film directed by Eros Djarot and starring Piet Burnama, Christine Hakim, Rudy Wowor, and Slamet Rahardjo. Based on the life's story of female Acehnese guerrilla leader Cut Nyak Dhien, it focuses on the six-year period between her second husband, Teuku Umar's death and her capture by the Dutch colonial army. Tjoet Nja' Dhien was released to critical acclaim, winning 9 Citra Awards, and was screened at the Semaine de la Critique du Festival de Cannes. It also became Indonesia's submission to the 62nd Academy Awards for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.
Buffy The Vampire Slayer: The Animated Series (2004)
Buffy: The Animated Series is an animated television series concept based on Buffy the Vampire Slayer created by Joss Whedon. Initially greenlit by 20th Century Fox in 2002, it went ultimately unproduced and unaired when no network was willing to buy the series. The series would have taken place in the middle of Buffy season 1, as writer Jeph Loeb described the continuity as "Episode 7.5".
The Beloved (2007)
Dream of the Moon (1905)
Screen Play (1992)
The Sea Serpent (1984)
Alias Batman and Robin (1991)
Alyas Batman en Robin is a 1991 Filipino musical-comedy film produced by Regal Films spoofing the 1960s Batman television series. It stars comedian Joey de Leon as Batman, his son Keempee as Robin and Dawn Zulueta as Angelique Legarda. Several villains are also featured such as the Joker and the Penguin, respectively portrayed by comedians Rene Requiestas and Panchito Alba.
Munich: Secrets of a City (2000)
Mia and the Millionaire (2010)
Itemi / Kill Tim (2008)
Max and His Mother-in-Law (1911)
Max and His Mother-in-Law is the title of both a 1911 and 1914 French film directed by Max Linder, Lucien Nonguet.
The 1914 film is not a remake.
The film is also known as Max and His Ma-in-Law.
La bicicleta (2006)
Poop Deck Pirate (1961)
Minions: Banana (2010)
Donald Applecore (1952)
Operation Splash (1964)
Vous pigez? (1955)
Huns and Hyphens (1918)
Huns and Hyphens is a 1918 American silent comedy film featuring Larry Semon and Stan Laurel.
Plop en de toverstaf (2003)
Should a Mother Tell (1915)
The Night Is Bright (2004)
Diana the Huntress (1916)
Birds in Peru (1968)
Mickey Plays Papa (1934)
Tale of the Vienna Woods (1934)
When Ambrose Dared Walrus (1915)
Toil and Tyranny (1915)
Bloody Barbara (2016)
Cartoons On Tour (1915)
The Decoy (1914)
The Temple of Moloch (1914)
The First After God (2005)
A Jazzed Honeymoon (1919)
A Jazzed Honeymoon is a 1919 American short comedy film featuring Harold Lloyd. In this eight-minute short, a newly married couple have adventures on a steamship.
Mala, amore e morte (1975)
Very Opposite Sexes (2002)
Donald's Camera (1941)
The Stunt (1977)
Donald Duck and the Gorilla (1944)
Donald Duck and the Gorilla is a Donald Duck short adventure disaster and monster film which was originally released in 1944. It stars Donald Duck along with his three nephews; Huey, Dewey and Louie and Ajax, the killer gorilla. The 1930 Mickey Mouse cartoon The Gorilla Mystery has a similar plot involving a gorilla named Beppo who captures Minnie Mouse.
La différence, c'est que c'est pas pareil (2009)
Il seme di Caino (1972)
Side Street Story (1951)
Side Street Story is a 1950 Italian comedy film directed by Eduardo De Filippo. The film was entered into the 1951 Cannes Film Festival.
The Red Thread (2016)
Akai Ito (赤い糸), also known under the English title Threads of Destiny, is a 2008 Japanese film. It is based on the popular cellphone novel written by Mei, and is released at the same time with the television series of the same name.
Broad Street Bullies (2010)
Broad Street Bullies is a 2010 documentary film produced and directed by veteran documentary filmmaker George Roy for HBO Sports. It chronicles the National Hockey League's (NHL) Philadelphia Flyers from their beginnings as an expansion team in 1967, to their back-to-back Stanley Cup championships, and three straight Finals appearances (1974–76).
The Balcony (2008)
Misión en Mocland (2008)
Last Summer in Tangiers (1987)
Dei yuk dai sup gau tsang (2007)
Camping Out (1931)
The Bunker of the Last Gunshots (1981)
A Thief Catcher (1914)
A Thief Catcher is a one-reel 1914 American comedy film, produced by Mack Sennett for his Keystone film company, directed by Ford Sterling, and starring Sterling, Mack Swain, Edgar Kennedy, and Charles Chaplin as a policeman. Chaplin had claimed in interviews that he had played a bit-role as a policeman while at Keystone Studios.
Lambert the Sheepish Lion (1952)
Lambert the Sheepish Lion is a Disney animated short film that was released in 1952. It was directed by Jack Hannah.
The Escape on the Fast Freight (1915)
Bombay, Our City (1985)
Bombay: Our City is a 1985 Indian documentary film directed by Anand Patwardhan.
The Bandits of the Rio Grande (1965)
La guerra ed il sogno di Momi (1917)
The Hideaway (1991)
Daddy Duck (1948)
Les insaisissables (2000)
Rhapsody in Blue (2000)
Stiffy is a 2005 short film directed by Jacqueline Wright and written by and starring Alice Lowe. It also stars Steve Oram and James Bachman. Stiffy subverts the taboo of necrophilia by depicting a hospital orderly falling in love with a corpse and then courting it with old-fashioned romance.
Love on the Hay (2009)
The Man from Sysmä (1938)
The Times That Are (1967)
The Times That Are is a Canadian documentary film, which was directed by Pierre Perrault and released in 1967. A sequel to his 1963 film Pour la suite du monde, the film follows Alexis Tremblay and his family on a trip to France to visit their ancestral roots in Normandy and Brittany.
Tight Skin 2 (1987)
Liebes Lager (1976)
How Do I Know It's Sunday (1934)
Burning Words (1923)
Storm över Tjurö (1954)
Foolish Years (1977)
Arise! SubGenius Recruitment Film #16 (1992)
Twisted Love (2006)
The Wonders of Magnetism (1915)
Wished on Mabel (1915)
Wished on Mabel is a 1915 American silent comedy short or "one-reeler" filmed at Golden Gate Park in San Francisco, California, and directed by Mabel Normand. The short also co-stars Normand and Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle.
The Bodyguard (1973)
Karate Kiba or Bodyguard Kiba (ボディガード牙) is a martial-arts film starring Sonny Chiba, released in 1973 and based on an action manga by Ikki Kajiwara.
Creature Comforts (1989)
Planet Blue (1995)
Half a Million Black (1977)
Balkan Express 2 (1989)
The Tenth Muse (2004)
Cadet Rousselle (1954)
A Day Without Lies (1963)
Full House (1952)
She's on Duty (2005)
She's on Duty is a 2005 South Korean film about a police detective who goes undercover in a high school to befriend the daughter of an elusive gangster.
The Flying Mouse (1934)
The Flying Mouse is a 1934 Silly Symphonies cartoon produced by Walt Disney, directed by David Hand, and released to theatres by United Artists on July 14, 1934. The butterfly fairy who appears here may have even inspired the Blue Fairy of Pinocchio six years later. The use of color here was rather innovative as it is set during the course of a single day.
Killer Bees (2008)
Deadly black bees threaten to wipe out an entire city. With venom three times as deadly as an Africanized bee one sting is a guaranteed death sentence. Scientists are working quickly to create an antidote, but time is running out and an attack by a massive swarm of the deadly bees is imminent.
Stork Day (2004)
Lighthouse Keeping (1946)