They Call Me Macho Woman! (1991)

They Call Me Macho Woman! is a 1989 action film written and directed by Patrick G. Donahue and distributed by Troma Entertainment. The story follows city woman Susan Morris (Debra Sweaney), who decides to escape her banal urban life and goes looking for a house in the country. Unfortunately, she's taken prisoner by a group of savage drug smugglers, headed by the ruthless Mongo (Brian Oldfield). After escaping their clutches, Susan is forced to transform herself into a fearsome warrior and exact her revenge on Mongo and his evil henchmen. A lot of the original music in this film became trademark Troma songs and were used in a variety of films, including the Toxic Avenger sequels. Tagline: Born to shop...she learned to kill!

White Witch Doctor (1953)

White Witch Doctor is a 1953 Technicolor adventure film made by 20th Century Fox. It was directed by Henry Hathaway and produced by Otto Lang from a screenplay by Ivan Goff and Ben Roberts, based on the 1950 novel by Louise A. Stinetorf. The music score (notable for its use of the serpent, an obsolete instrument) was by Bernard Herrmann, and the cinematography by Leon Shamroy. The film stars Susan Hayward and Robert Mitchum, also featuring Walter Slezak, and was set in the Belgian Congo in 1907.

Chandani: The Daughter Of The Elephant Whisperer (2010)

Chandani wants a job that is traditionally given to a male.

Le retour d'un aventurier (1966)

Le Retour d’un aventurier is a 1966 pop art film. In this African-style Western, director Moustapha Alassane delves into African mimicry.

Liberty & Bash (1989)

Liberty & Bash is an 1989 Action film starring Miles O'Keeffe and Lou Ferrigno as Vietnam war buddies who team up to rid their community of drugs.

Olsen Gang Junior (2001)

Olsen-banden Junior is a 2001 Danish film. It is a prequel to the long running Danish film series Olsen-banden, and an implementation of the concept used by the Swedish Olsen-banden remakes prequels Lilla Jönssonligan. The film is also a sequel to the Christmas calendar Olsen-bandens første kup from 1999. The film premiered on December 14, 2001. The film was a moderate success compared to the original series and the Swedish and Norwegian equivalents. The film later received a novelization of the same name.

Circus Shadows (1935)

A circus performer becomes the victim of deception in the form of a "mystic parlor" game.

I earini synaxis ton agrofylakon (2000)

The guard (Takis Agoris) of a tiny Greek village on the island of Chios is incapacitated by a swarm of bees. After much deliberation, the stingy local government finally springs for a new man, only to find that the replacement is a bully who takes to chasing children with a loaded gun. He's fired and another guard is brought in. The third man is much friendlier, but has a gambling habit that finds him on the wrong side of the law. The fourth and greenest guard then takes over the dubious post.

Out for the Long Run (2011)

Openly gay high-school and college athletes navigate a turbulent world.

City Streets (1938)

City Streets is a 1938 American melodrama set in New York City. Wheel-chair bound orphan Winnie Brady (Edith Fellows) is taken in by shopkeeper Joe Carmine (Leo Carrillo). An unsuccessful operation on Winnie's legs bankrupts Carmine, who then sells fruit on the streets. Winnie is sent to live in an orphanage, and Carmine is discouraged from continuing his relationship with her. Carmine is so distraught by grief that he slowly begins to die. Winnie is brought to him by local priest Father Ryan (Frank Sheridan), and she finds the strength to stand and walk to his bedside, eventually regaining full use of her legs.

Shredder (2001)

When seven snowboaders break into an abandoned ski lodge for a weekend of hot partying and heavy powder, they soon find themselves stalked by a psychotic killer who plans to put them all ... on ice.

Running With Demons (2012)

Recovering drug addict Todd Crandell competes in extreme endurance events all over the world and promotes his nonprofit organization, Racing for Recovery.

Close Harmony (1929)

Close Harmony (1929) is an American Pre-Code comedy-drama musical film released by Paramount Pictures.

Smuggler's Gold (1951)

Smuggler's Gold is a 1951 American adventure film directed by William Berke and starring Cameron Mitchell, Amanda Blake and Carl Benton Reid.

Sure Fire (1990)

Wes (Tom Blair) is determined to purchase land in his hometown of Circlesville, Utah, then sell it to Californians eager to get away from urban sprawl. When bank manager Dick (Rick Blackwell) declines to go into a partnership with him, Wes tries to get his best friend, Larry (Robert Ernst), to help him with the business. Meanwhile at home, Wes is an overbearing father to his resentful son, Phillip (Phillip R. Brown), who is preparing for his first hunting trip.

Beggar's Holiday (1934)

For one day, a poor girl lives life the way she always dreamed it could be.

Taitah Rahibah (2012)

A young man faces his grandmother to break her control over his life.

Renoir (2012)

Renoir is a 2012 French drama film based on the last years of Pierre-Auguste Renoir at Cagnes-sur-Mer during World War I. The film was directed by Gilles Bourdos and competed in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival. The film is set in the south of France during World War I and stars Michel Bouquet, Christa Theret, Thomas Doret and Vincent Rottiers. Renoir achieved critical and commercial success both in France and abroad, most notably in the United States where it is on the Critic's Pick list of The New York Times The film was selected as the French entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 86th Academy Awards, but was not nominated. In January 2014, the film received four nominations at the 39th César Awards, winning for Best Costume Design.

Waban-aki: People from Where the Sun Rises (2006)

Filmmaker Alanis Obomsawin examines the Abenaki people of Quebec.

Behind the Front (1926)

Behind the Front is a 1926 silent film war comedy directed by Eddie Sutherland and starring Wallace Beery and Raymond Hatton. It was produced by Famous Players-Lasky and distributed by Paramount Pictures.A surviving film at George Eastman House and UCLA Film & Tv.

My Name Was Bette: The Life and Death of an Alcoholic (2011)

Filmmaker Sherri L. VandenAkker chronicles a woman's battle with alcoholism using photographs, medical records and court documents.

Basic Training (1971)

Filmmaker Frederick Wiseman follows a company of drafted and enlisted men through the nine-week training course.

Zielinski (2011)

By the 80s, John Zielinski was a well-known author and photographer. Today he is the most blacklisted author in Iowa's history. The film traces the rise and fall of a true American original who sacrificed everything in his quest for justice.

Kosmos (2010)

Cosmos (Turkish: Kosmos) is a 2010 Turkish-Bulgarian drama film, written and directed by Reha Erdem, starring Sermet Yeşil as a thief and a miracle-worker who is welcomed into a tiny, snowbound border village after resuscitating a half-drowned boy. The film, which went on nationwide general release across Turkey on April 16, 2010 (2010-04-16), won four awards at the 46th Antalya "Golden Orange" International Film Festival, including the Golden Orange for Best Film, which it shared with Bornova Bornova (2009) directed by İnan Temelkuran. The film also won the Golden Apricot at the 2010 Yerevan International Film Festival, Armenia, for Best Feature Film.

Slightly Honorable (1939)

Slightly Honorable is a 1939 American film directed by Tay Garnett. The film was based on the 1939 novel Send Another Coffin by F.G. Presnell.

All Hands on Deck (1961)

All Hands on Deck is a 1961 feature DeLuxe film musical in CinemaScope starring Pat Boone as a naval officer and directed by Norman Taurog. It is based on the novel "Warm Bodies" by Donald R. Morris.

Tender Comrade (1944)

Tender Comrade (1943) is a black-and-white film released by RKO Radio Pictures, showing women on the home front living communally while their husbands are away at war. The film starred Ginger Rogers, Robert Ryan, Ruth Hussey, and Kim Hunter and was directed by Edward Dmytryk. The film was later used by the HUAC as evidence of Dalton Trumbo spreading communist propaganda. Trumbo was subsequently blacklisted. The film's title comes from a line in Robert Louis Stevenson's poem "My Wife" first published in Songs of Travel and Other Verses (1896).

The False Madonna (1931)

The False Madonna is a 1931 American drama film directed by Stuart Walker and written by May Edginton, Ray Harris and Arthur Kober. The film stars Kay Francis, William "Stage" Boyd, Conway Tearle, John Breeden, Marjorie Gateson and Charles D. Brown. The film was released on December 5, 1931, by Paramount Pictures.

The Family Next Door (1939)

The Family Next Door is a 1939 American comedy film starring Hugh Herbert, Joy Hodges, Eddie Quillan and Ruth Donnelly.

High Explosive (2001)

A man (Patrick Bergin) defuses land mines, while a doctor (Dsire Nosbusch) treats the injured during Angola's civil war.

Back in the U.S.S.R. (1992)

Back in the USSR is a 1992 American thriller film directed by Deran Sarafian and starring Frank Whaley, Natalya Negoda and Roman Polanski.

The Sweetheart of Sigma Chi (1933)

The Sweetheart of Sigma Chi is a 1933 American comedy film directed by Edwin L. Marin and written by Luther Reed and Albert DeMond. The film stars Mary Carlisle, Buster Crabbe, Charles Starrett, Florence Lake, Eddie Tamblyn and Sally Starr. The film was released on October 26, 1933, by Monogram Pictures.

The Fascist (1961)

The Fascist (Italian: Il federale) is a 1961 Italian film directed by Luciano Salce.It was coproduced with France. It was also the first feature film scored by Ennio Morricone.

Freetime Machos (2010)

Freetime Machos is a Finnish documentary film about the bromance of two players in world's most northerly rugby club called OYUS Rugby based in Oulu, Finland. The film is directed by Mika Ronkainen and it had its world premiere at the Joris Ivens Competition of IDFA in November 2009. The film got its North American premiere at Tribeca Film Festival in April 2010. It was also part of the Edinburgh International Film Festival in June 2010.

The Best Things in the World (2010)

The Best Things In The World (Portuguese: As Melhores Coisas do Mundo) is a 2010 Brazilian coming-of-age drama film based on the book series Mano, by Gilberto Dimenstein and Heloísa Prieto. It was directed, written and co-produced by Laís Bodanzky, and stars Francisco Miguez, Gabriela Rocha, Caio Blat, Denise Fraga, and Filipe Kartalian.

Udhar Ka Sindur (1976)

Udhar Ka Sindur is a 1976 Bollywood drama film, produced by L. V. Prasad under the Prasad Productions Pvt. Ltd. banner, directed by Chander Vohra. The film stars Jeetendra, Reena Roy, Asha Parekh in the pivotal roles and music composed by Rajesh Roshan. The film was a hit. The film is a remake of the Telugu movie Manushullo Devudu (1974), starring N.T. Rama Rao, Vanisri in the lead roles. Asha Parekh received a Filmfare nomination for Best Supporting Actress, the only nomination for the film.

Trapped in Katrina (2009)

Ignoring warnings to stay out of New Orleans Hilton and Amelia go back to their ruined home to sift through what's left after the storm. As darkness falls they hurry to scoop up whatever memories they can and pack up their car, but two flat tires leave them without a way out. Stranded they split up to find help, but one dark night in the deafening quiet of hurricane ravaged New Orleans will change everything.

Abandoned Souls (2010)

A group of friends arrive on a remote island that is being used as a hideout by crazed prisoners.

The Mark: Redemption (2013)

Chad (Craig Sheffer) and Dao (Sonia Couling) parachute from Flight 777 and descend into a world of madness. They are hunted by mercenaries searching for a biochip, and Chad is forced to use all of his elite skills to outrun and outlast his enemies.

The Dawn (2006)

A group of students singed up for a college credit course about indigineous cultures at a rural retreat. But, when darkness falls, the students find out that the curriculum also included their bloody deaths. Terror begins when darkness reigns and survival depends on staying alive until......The Dawn.

The Dandelions (2012)

Rachel (Juliette Gombert) cannot wait to get away from her parents until she meets Valerie (Anna Lemarchand).

The Idle Class (1921)

The Idle Class is a 1921 American silent comedy film written and directed by Charlie Chaplin for First National Pictures.

Unsolved Suburbia (2010)

Marty, a quirky high school senior who acts straight during the week and gay on the weekends, helps his friend Jake investigate who might have put a hit out on the gay lover of their friend Thomas.

Gemini Affair (1975)

Two aspiring actresses find their dreams of stardom shattered on the streets of Hollywood.

Hell Asylum (2002)

A ghost terrorizes five women who stay at a haunted asylum for a reality TV show.

Stray Cats (2005)

Hopeless romantics Boyet and Martha cope with difficult relationships.

Dear Jesse (1997)

Dear Jesse is a 1998 American documentary film by Tim Kirkman that was released theatrically by Cowboy Pictures in 1998. Using a first-person narrative style in the form of a "letter" to Senator Jesse Helms (R-NC), the filmmaker explores the parallels and differences between himself — an openly gay man — and the staunchly anti-gay rights public servant. The film also features interviews with Helms' foes and fans, community activists, novelists Lee Smith and Allan Gurganus, openly gay Carrboro mayor Mike Nelson, and people in the street, including a brief interview with Matthew Shepard, then a student at Catawba College.

Maangamizi: The Ancient One (2001)

Maangamizi: The Ancient One is a 2001 American / Tanzanian drama film directed by Martin Mhando and Ron Mulvihill and executive produced by Jonathan Demme. It premiered at the Pan African Film Festival and has played in over 55 Film Festivals worldwide. It was the Tanzanian submission for the Academy Award for Best foreign language film, the first, and as of 2016, only, film to be submitted from that country, but was not nominated.

So Soon Forgotten (2009)

A German SS officer tries to save a train full of Jews from going to Auschwitz.

Rings Around the World (1967)

A writer recalls great circus acts: a sword balancer, trapeze artists, animal tamers, a juggler, clowns.

Earthling (2011)

Earthling is the 2010 sci-fi film by Clay Liford starring Rebecca Spence, Peter Greene and William Katt in lead roles.

Barney Bear's Victory Garden (1942)

A bear finds it hard to do his patriotic duty by growing a victory garden when a hungry gopher enters the picture.

Do Elephants Pray? (2013)

The life of advertising executive Callum Cutter (Jonnie Hurn) turns chaotic after he meets a free-spirited French seductress (Julie Dray).

The Bear and the Beavers (1942)

Barney Bear decides the best way to obtain firewood for the winter is to steal it from a community of industrious beavers.

Gun Grit (1936)

Gun Grit is a 1936 American film directed by William Berke. The film is also known as Protection Racket in the United Kingdom.

Love/Hate (2011)

Three young men (Danny McDougall, Cooper Bibaud, Chris Wilcox) struggle with love, women and relationships.

Baba! (1983)

Hey Babe!, also known as Babe! and also known as Rise and Shine, is a 1980 film, a musical drama starring Yasmine Bleeth and Buddy Hackett. This was Yasmine's first film at the age of 12 years.

1911 (2011)

1911, also known as Xinhai Revolution and The 1911 Revolution, is a 2011 Chinese historical drama film. The film is a tribute to the 100th anniversary of the Xinhai Revolution. It is also Jackie Chan's 100th film in his career. Besides starring in it, Chan is also the executive producer and co-director of the film. Co-stars include Chan's son Jaycee Chan, Li Bingbing, Winston Chao, Joan Chen and Hu Ge. This film was selected to open the 24th Tokyo International Film Festival.

Haiti Untold (2012)

Famous and not-so-famous people put their heads together to effect radical changes in Haiti after the earthquake in 2010.

Kinyarwanda (2011)

Kinyarwanda is a 2011 drama film set during the 1994 Rwandan Genocide. It premiered at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival, where it won the World Cinema Dramatic Audience Award. The film is Alrick Brown's directorial debut.

Pulgasari (1985)

Pulgasari is a 1985 North Korean dark fantasy-action monster film directed by Shin Sang-ok and Chong Gon Jo. The film starred Chang Son Hui and Pak Sung Ho and featured special effects by Duk Ho Kim, supervised by Teruyoshi Nakano. The film was loosely based on the legend of the Bulgasari.

If You Love Me (2009)

Four couples struggle with their unique problems.

The Queen (2000)

Filmmaker Werner Schroeter pays tribute to veteran German actress Marianne Hoppe, star of stage and screen.

Lawless Plainsmen (1942)

Lawless Plainsmen is a 1942 American Western film directed by William Berke and written by Luci Ward. The film stars Charles Starrett, Russell Hayden, Cliff Edwards, Luana Walters, Ray Bennett and Gwen Kenyon. The film was released on March 17, 1942, by Columbia Pictures.

Goth (2003)

Goth is a 2003 American horror film directed by Brad Sykes.The film starring Phoebe Dollar, Laura Reilly, Dave Stann, Larry Sprock and Todd Livingston in the lead roles.

Banana Leaves (2007)

Three young adults enter a spirit world after trying a new drug called Banana Leaves.

Love for All Seasons (2003)

Tiger Hung (Louis Koo) is used to breaking women's hearts. He's just not used to their asking for it. That's what happens to the dedicated bachelor when he makes a pilgrimage to China's Mount Emei. He meets martial-arts master May (Sammi Cheng), who is very interested in improving her combat skills. According to lore, she needs to experience heartbreak in order to learn a deadly sword technique. Tiger agrees -- but breaking her heart proves more difficult than it seems.

Glen Or Glenda (1953)

Glen or Glenda is a 1953 drama film written, directed by, and starring Ed Wood, and featuring Bela Lugosi and Wood's then-girlfriend Dolores Fuller. The title was originally I Changed My Sex! and is often given as Glen or Glenda? but the question mark is not present in the film itself. The film is a docudrama about cross-dressing and transsexuality, and is semi-autobiographical in nature. Wood himself was a cross-dresser, and the film is a plea for tolerance. It is widely considered one of the worst films ever. However, it has become a cult film due to its low-budget production values and idiosyncratic style.

The Border Patrolman (1936)

The Border Patrolman is a 1936 American film directed by David Howard.

As We Forgive (2008)

Two Rwandan women confront the men who killed their family.

Down To The Sea In Ships (1923)

Newly mastered from an archival 35mm print, Down to the Sea in Ships is an adventure film that conveys the dangers and excitement aboard the whaling ships of New England. Produced on location by the short-lived Whaling Film Corp., Down to the Sea in Ships is not only an engaging romance and rousing adventure film, it is a fascinating (and remarkably authentic) record of the 19th century whaler.

Pan-Americana (1945)

Pan-Americana is a 1945 American romantic comedy film produced and directed by John H. Auer, from a screenplay by Lawrence Kimble, based on a story by Auer and Frederick Kohner. RKO released the film on March 22, 1945, and the picture stars Phillip Terry, Audrey Long, Robert Benchley, Eve Arden, Ernest Truex, Marc Cramer, and Jane Greer (uncredited) in her feature film debut. The film was an example of the Good Neighbor policy encouraging Americans to travel to South America for holidays and the last of a film genre.

Getting Back to Abnormal (2014)

Race, politics and culture collide in post-Katrina New Orleans as Councilwoman Stacy Head -- a self-styled corruption fighter -- fights to maintain her seat in a black majority district.

Wolf Call (1939)

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

Cooking up dreams (2009)

A journey into the kitchens of Peru's people.

The Acceptance (2010)

Unforeseen events unexpectedly and violently tear into the web of Elli's interconnections and relationships.

Da wan (2001)

World famous film director Don Tyler (Donald Sutherland) is surrounded by hundreds of costumed extras in China's fantastic Forbidden City when a creative drought hits and he has no idea where to put the camera. Tossed off the picture by his studio boss (Paul Mazursky), Tyler's depression is only relieved by his unlikely friendship with down-on-his-luck cameraman YoYo (Ge You). Knowing he's not well, Tyler asks his friend to plan a "comedy funeral" for him where people leave feeling happy, as they do at Chinese funerals of the elderly. When Tyler eventually falls into a coma, YoYo begins the task of granting Tyler's last wish. However, when the costs of his spectacular funeral spin wildly out of control, can YoYo hold it all together by selling prime ad space at this unique event to be televised around the world? And more importantly for YoYo, can he convince Tyler's lovely assistant Lucy (Rosamund Kwan) that he isn't just selling Tyler out to the highest bidder? That's the world of BIG SHOT'S FUNERAL: a zany, satiric comedy capturing the dizzy excitement and whirlwind change of modern-day China.

The Acorn People (1981)

An out-of-work teacher (Ted Bessell) works as summer counselor at a camp for severely disabled children.

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.

Where the Boys Are (1984)

Where the Boys Are '84 (onscreen title: Where the Boys Are) is a 1984 American comedy film and a remake of the 1960 teen sex comedy film Where the Boys Are, starring Lisa Hartman, Russell Todd, Lorna Luft, Wendy Schaal and Lynn-Holly Johnson. Directed by Hy Averback and produced by Allan Carr, it was the first film released by Tri-Star Pictures. The film's tagline is: When girls want a vacation filled with fun, sun and romance, they go to Fort Lauderdale ... Where all your dreams come true.

KJ: Music and Life (2009)

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

A Beautiful Belly (2011)

When Danny (Lauren Brown) gets pregnant on her first date with Jason (Chris Worley), the two decide to marry, but they each find themselves attracted to other people, as the due date approaches.

Restless (2008)

A housewife (Raquel Welch) in Greece has an affair with her childhood sweetheart.

This Man Is Dangerous (1953)

Cet homme est dangereux/This Man is Dangerous is a French film adaptation of Peter Cheyney's novel This Man is Dangerous. It followed the film La môme vert-de-gris which had been Eddie Constantine's debut as Lemmy Caution and it was also successful at the box office.

Wacky Taxi (1972)

A Mexican-American, Pepper (John Astin), has big dreams of striking it rich, but very little capital to make those dreams a reality. But one day Pepper quits his factory job and uses his life savings -- such as they are -- to buy a beat-up jalopy, which he transforms into a taxi. He prowls the streets looking for fares, always trying to stay away from the cops, as his business is illegal. His dreams sour, though, when the car is stolen. He must get it back or lose everything.

A Dangerous Woman (1929)

A Dangerous Woman is a 1929 American Pre-Code film released by Paramount, based on the Margery Lawrence story, A Woman Who Needed Killing. It was directed by Gerald Grove and Rowland V. Lee from a script by John Farrow and Edward E. Paramore Jr. Olga Baclanova (billed as Baclanova) stars as Tania Gregory and Clive Brook plays her husband Frank Gregory. The film is set at an outpost in British East Africa. Other actors include Neil Hamilton as Bobby Gregory, Clyde Cook as Tubbs, Leslie Fenton as Peter Allerton and Snitz Edwards as Chief Macheria.

The Walking Dead (1936)

The Walking Dead is a 1936 American horror film distributed by Warner Bros., directed by Michael Curtiz, and starring Boris Karloff, who plays a wrongly executed man who is restored to life by a scientist (Edmund Gwenn). The supporting cast features Ricardo Cortez, Marguerite Churchill and Barton MacLane.

Dance Hall (1950)

Dance Hall is a 1950 British film directed by Charles Crichton. The film was an unusual departure for Ealing Studios at the time, as it tells the story about four women and their romantic encounters from a female perspective.

Danger Valley (1937)

Danger Valley is a 1937 American western released by Monogram Pictures, directed by Robert N. Bradbury, written by Robert Emmett Tansey (as "Robert Emmett") and starring Addison Randall (aka Jack Randall).

Dormant Beauty (2012)

Dormant Beauty (Italian: Bella addormentata) is a 2012 Italian drama film directed by Marco Bellocchio and starring Toni Servillo and Isabelle Huppert. The film was selected to compete for the Golden Lion at the 69th Venice International Film Festival. For this film Maya Sansa won the David di Donatello for Best Supporting Actress.

Austin High (2011)

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

Dinner With My Sisters (2011)

Dr. Andrew Michael, a Greek doctor living in London, returns home to investigate his father's death. He is reunited with his three sisters and old resentments re-emerge as he uncovers the truth about their father's passing.

Make a Fake (2011)

Make a Fake (Italian: Senza arte né parte) is a 2011 Italian comedy film written and directed by Giovanni Albanese. For his performance, Giuseppe Battiston won the Nastro d'Argento for Best Supporting Actor. The film was also nominated for the Nastro d'Argento for best comedy film.

Boss of Bullion City (1940)

Boss of Bullion City is a 1940 Western film starring Johnny Mack Brown. Maria Montez appears as the female lead. It was the first time she played a leading role and was the only one of her film roles where she speaks some Spanish.

Game of Death II (1981)

Game of Death II is a 1981 Hong Kong martial arts film directed by Ng See-yuen starring Bruce Lee, Tong Lung, Huong Cheng Li and Roy Horan. This film was marketed as a sequel to Bruce Lee's last and only partially completed film Game of Death. Bruce Lee died some years before the production of Game of Death II and most of his scenes are taken from Lee's older films; mostly from Enter the Dragon. Aside from the International English dub giving the "Bruce Lee" character the name "Billy Lo", this movie would seem to have no connection with Robert Clouse's film.

Dear Jack (2009)

Dear Jack is a 2009 American documentary film starring Andrew McMahon, the vocalist, pianist and primary songwriter for the bands Something Corporate and Jack's Mannequin. The documentary chronicles McMahon on a rollercoaster year, through the highs of recording and releasing a solo album and the lows of being diagnosed with leukemia and breaking up with his girlfriend.

A Little Closer (2011)

A single mother (Sayra Player) grapples with loneliness and harsh economic realities, while her sons (Parker Lutz, Eric Baskerville) cope with their awakening sexuality.

SoulMaid (2007)

A goddess threatens the relationship between two gay men (Joe Schenck, Tom Bailey).

Lethal Justice (1995)

A guidance counselor convinces teachers to seek revenge after a student rapes one of their colleagues.

The Bad Intentions (2011)

The Bad Intentions (Spanish: Las malas intenciones) is a 2011 Peruvian drama film written and directed by Rosario García-Montero. The film premiered at the 61st Berlin International Film Festival in 2011. It won the award for Best Latin American Feature Film at the 2011 Mar del Plata Film Festival. It was also selected as the Peruvian entry for the Best Foreign Language Oscar at the 85th Academy Awards, but it did not make the final shortlist. The film's lead actress Fátima Buntinx was nominated for a Young Artist Award as Best Young Actress in an International Feature Film.