LoveTown (2012)

A dysfunctional bar singer helps three people find love.

Africa (1996)

Blaming his father for his mother's death, a boy and his new girlfriend plot to kill him.

A Bullet Is Waiting (1954)

Storms trap a Utah sheriff (Stephen McNally) and his prisoner (Rory Calhoun) in a coastal cabin with a professor's daughter (Jean Simmons).

The Gracie Allen Murder Case (1939)

Detective Philo Vance (Warren William) solves a murder with sketchy clues from a dizzy witness (Gracie Allen).

That Guy... Who Was in That Thing (2012)

Sixteen actors go through ups and downs as they forge a career in Hollywood.

Kenny (1987)

In this fictional story, a documentary crew arrives to make a movie about a Canadian family and their youngest son, Kenny (Kenny Easterday), who has no legs. Kenny is a happy, willful teen who doesn't wear a prosthesis on his lower torso, much preferring to walk on his hands. When his beloved sister Sharon (Liane Curtis) suddenly runs away, Kenny sets out by himself to retrieve her. After he finds her in Philadelphia, she admits to the jealousy and frustration she has been repressing for years.

Fine Manners (1926)

A rich man tries to turn a waitress into a woman of high society.

Kaalia (1997)

Two men frame a man for murder after he refuses to cooperate with them. Soon, the man escapes from jail and sets out to exact revenge on them.

The Great Mr. Nobody (1941)

Robert Smith (Eddie Albert), who sells newspaper advertisements, has so many romantic ambitions that his nickname around the office is "Dreamy." While his shifty boss, John Wade (John Litel), scoffs at these lofty goals, Dreamy knows that he is closer than ever to leaving his lackluster job behind to set sail on a world adventure. But then the car he plans to sell ends up underwater. Still, this tenacious daydreamer finds a new plan, thanks to his feisty girlfriend, Mary (Joan Leslie).

2 x One (2013)

Two brothers run away from their home in Mexico City and come face to face with death. To survive, they are forced to change their perceptions of life, love and freedom.

The Corsican File (2004)

Rémi François is a detective hired to find Ange Leoni, a Corsican who has inherited an incredible house.

Pavee Lackeen: The Traveller Girl (2005)

Members of an Irish town council offer an impoverished woman and her children a new apartment.

I'm Still Alive (1940)

A Hollywood stuntman (Kent Taylor) refuses to quit, not even for his wife (Linda Hayes).

As Tears Go By (1988)

Love for a distant relative causes a Chinese gangster (Andy Lau) to consider leaving the triad.

City of Darkness (1999)

A triad boss searches for three pendants that hold parts of a map leading to a hidden treasure.

Six Bridges to Cross (1955)

In the 1930s, newly minted Boston policeman Eddie Gallagher (George Nader) breaks up a robbery by a group of hooligans led by Jerry Florea (Sal Mineo). Though Eddie shoots and wounds Jerry in the process, the boy later comes to him to provide a tip on another robbery. Over the years, the two develop a relationship in which Eddie guides Jerry, who struggles to reform. When the adult Jerry (Tony Curtis) hopes to enlist in the Army, he is prevented by his criminal past, until Eddie lends a hand.

Piccadilly Incident (1946)

A missing Wren (Anna Neagle) returns from a desert isle and finds her husband (Michael Wilding) has a new wife and son.

Zero Kelvin (1995)

After his girlfriend turns down his marriage proposal, sensitive poet Henrik Larsen (Garb B. Eidsvold) becomes a fur trapper and is sent to Greenland. There he inhabits a small, filthy cabin with the brutish veteran Randbaek (Stellan Skarsgard) and the wily scientist Holm (Bjrn Sundquist). Randbaek takes sadistic delight in taunting Henrik with graphic tales of his girlfriend's infidelities, and tensions among the three men mount as they struggle to survive in the punishing conditions.

SpongeBob An Scannan: Spuinse As Uisce (2015)

Life is dandy in Bikini Bottom for SpongeBob Squarepants (Marcus Lamb) and his friends Patrick, Squidward (Brian Thunder), Mr. Krabs (Liam Heffernan) and Sandy (Carmel Stephens). However, when the top-secret recipe for Krabby Patties is stolen, SpongeBob finds that he must join forces with perpetual adversary Plankton (Garrett Keogh) and come ashore to battle a fiendish pirate named Burger Beard, who has his own plans for the delicious delicacies.

Severed Ties (1992)

A scientist's widow (Elke Sommer) and her partner (Oliver Reed) try to profit from her son's genetics work, which gets out of hand.

Kiss the Boys Goodbye (1941)

A Broadway director (Don Ameche) and composer (Oscar Levant) search for talent down South and find a star (Mary Martin) for their show.

Deepsea Challenge 3D (2014)

On March 26, 2012, James Cameron made a record-breaking solo dive to Earth's lowest point, successfully piloting a submarine nearly seven miles deep to the bottom of the Mariana Trench in the Pacific Ocean.

Chinese Couplets (2015)

Filmmaker Felicia Lowe explored her family's history.

All Eyes And Ears (2015)

An exploration into the complex links between the U.S. and China.

Hell's Caretaker (2013)

Six friends travel to a remote farmhouse for one last party but have no idea a deranged killer has taken up residence in their favorite party spot.

Number One With a Bullet (2008)

Interviews with stars who have been shot spotlights the violence in hip-hop.

Swedenhielms Family (1935)

Money woes and family problems surround a Swedish scientist (Gösta Ekman) up for a Nobel Prize.

The Legend Of Jimi Lazer (2013)

A guitar player learns of a magic guitar and goes to the House Where Dreams Come True to find it.

Sexo com Amor? (2008)

Three troubled couples attend a school meeting after their children get caught looking at an erotic art book.

The Map Reader (2008)

A misfit New Zealand teenager (Jordan Selwyn) is confused and conflicted by his feelings for a cheery, young blindwoman and a friendly classmate.

The Coverup (2008)

A repeatedly drunken driver is found dead behind a police station.

The Jitterbugs: Pioneers of the Jit (2014)

The three McGhee brothers, founders of Detroit's leading dance agency, discuss their struggles and successes.

Lavoura Arcaica (2001)

In 1940s Brazil, a runaway (Selton Mello) tells his older brother about his incestuous desire for his beautiful sister.

Panic (1983)

A backfired genetic experiment turns a scientist into a bloodsucking zombie.

Midnight Flight (1998)

A woman trapped in an airport sees a man plant a bomb on the plane her ex-husband and son will soon be aboard.

The Collectors (1999)

The head of the Louisiana Mafia sends two mobsters (Casper Van Dien, Rick Fox) to New York on a dangerous assignment to collect money.

Don't Worry, I'm Fine (2006)

A 19-year-old (Mlanie Laurent) searches for her twin brother after he runs away from home, following a fight with their father (Kad Merad).

The Santa Switch (2013)

Hoping to reconnect with his family, a man (Ethan Erickson) takes over Christmas duties for Santa Claus.

Enough Rope (1963)

Two strangers suspect each other of murdering their own spouses.

Sunday in Peking (1956)

A glimpse into Mao's China in Beijing.

Dynamite Brothers (1974)

A street fighter and a martial-arts expert challenge a corrupt organized-crime leader and his murderous henchmen.

Passinho Dance Off: The Movie (2012)

Kids from the favelas of Rio use dance as an alternative to drugs and crime.

Electro Shaabi (2013)

A new form of music combines traditional chaabi music with electronic beats on the streets of Cairo.

A Summer Story (1988)

A barrister (James Wilby) loves, leaves and avoids a rural girl (Imogen Stubbs) in 1902 England.

Papa, Mama, the Maid and I (1954)

Parents do not realize that their easygoing son (Robert Lamoureux) is in love with their new maid.

Grave Secrets (1990)

A professor (Paul Le Mat) of psychic phenomena and his spiritual friend (David Warner) help a woman (Renée Soutendijk) haunted by her past.

The Iron Sheriff (1957)

When his son Benjie is accused of killing a stagecoach driver, Sheriff Sam Galt (Sterling Hayden) is convinced his boy is innocent. On a quest to clear his son's name, Galt spares no expense in hiring lawyers. While Galt's position as town sheriff raises suspicions of police misconduct, he makes it clear he won't stand in the way of the law. But that certainty is thrown into doubt when Galt goes on a search for the real murderer -- and makes a startling discovery.

Trash (2014)

In Brazil, three young favela dwellers go on the run after they find a wallet containing proof of a politician's corruption.

Flying High (1931)

An inventor (Bert Lahr) and his lanky girlfriend (Charlotte Greenwood) set an altitude record in his winged contraption.

The Son-Daughter (1932)

Lovely Lian Wha (Helen Hayes) is heralded within San Francisco's Chinatown for her kindness and beauty. Yet, for all her admirers, she has eyes only for curious college student Tom Lee (Ramon Novarro). When she hears that her homeland's rebellion against their cruel ruler is in dire need of funds, Lian selflessly sets her own happiness aside and offers herself as a bride to the highest bidder, the nefarious Fen Sha (Warner Oland). Her sacrifice inspires Tom to perform his own act of bravery.

Bluebeard (1963)

Bearded Henri-Desire Landru (Charles Denner) courts, kills and incinerates lonely rich women in World War I France.

State Penitentiary (1950)

An airplane engineer falsely accused of embezzling from his company escapes from prison to search for the real criminal.

Suzanne (2013)

Suzanne shares stories of her family and love affair.

September Tapes (2004)

In this dramatic thriller, traveling from the United States to Afghanistan, documentary filmmaker Lars (George Calil) -- along with his translator, Wali (Wali Razaqi), and cameraman, Sunil (Sunil Sadarangani) -- is searching for information about the ongoing hunt for Osama bin Laden. Lars' reckless idea is to intentionally get himself arrested so he can interview his fellow prisoners for leads, and the plan nets him some names that may take him to bounty hunters tracking down bin Laden.

I Love You... Don't Touch Me! (1997)

Friends (Mitchell Whitfield, Meredith Scott Lynn) advise an aspiring Los Angeles singer (Marla Schaffel) searching for the perfect man.

Duel on the Mississippi (1955)

An aristocrat (Lex Barker) has a machete duel with the leader (Warren Stevens) of a Creole girl's (Patricia Medina) bayou gang in 1820s Louisiana.

The Desert Flower (1925)

Living in a boxcar in the desert, Maggie Fortune is cruelly treated by her stepfather; when she goes to a mining town, she falls for hard-drinking Rance Conway.

The Trackers (1971)

A tracker (Sammy Davis Jr.) helps a white rancher (Ernest Borgnine) avenge his son and rescue his daughter.

The Ravine of Goodbye (2013)

Ozaki and his wife Kanako have a happy marriage until Ozaki's involvement in a gang rape in college becomes public knowledge.

Salvo (2013)

A mafia assassin give his latest victim's sister her sight back.

The Line (2007)

A detective (David Barry) and an undercover lawman (Andy McPhee) try to prevent a murder from leading to a gang war.

King Solomon's Mines (1985)

Ever in search of adventure, explorer Allan Quatermain (Richard Chamberlain) agrees to join the beautiful Jesse Huston (Sharon Stone) on a mission to locate her archaeologist father, who has been abducted for his knowledge of the legendary mines of King Solomon. As the kidnappers, led by sinister German military officer Bockner (Herbert Lom), journey into the wilds of Africa, Allan and Jesse track the party and must contend with fierce natives and dangerous creatures, among other perils.

Men Who Swim (2010)

Filmmaker Dylan Williams joins a club for synchronized swimming.

The Price (1971)

Based on Arthur Miller's play about two estranged brothers who meet after their father's death.

Bitter Seeds (2011)

In India, filmmaker Micha X. Peled follows a journalism student named Manjusha Amberwar as she investigates the reasons behind a rash of farmer suicides, including that of her own father.

Transparency (2010)

A security guard (Lou Diamond Phillips) tries to save a young girl from human traffickers.

The Temptation Of St. Tony (2009)

A mid-level manager loses his grip on a quiet life when he questions mortality.

Dance of Death (1968)

An aging army captain (Laurence Olivier) and his ex-actress wife (Geraldine McEwan) live in hate on a Swedish island.

36 Steps (2006)

Six women are taken captive, tortured into submission and turned against one another.

The Aggressives (2005)

This documentary follows a group of women who are "aggressives," a subculture of lesbians who dress like men and even pass for them in society. These women hide female elements of their bodies and often adopt male personas. However, each of the women defines and utilizes the term "aggressive" slightly differently. They also struggle with the limitations of adhering too closely to the label. A number of the women choose to take part in drag parties and contests.

The Marriage Circle (1924)

In Vienna, Dr. Franz Braun (Monte Blue) and his wife, Charlotte (Florence Vidor), are exceptionally happy in their marriage -- until Charlotte's best friend, Mitzi (Marie Prevost), starts flirting with Franz. Mitzi's suspicious husband, Professor Josef Stock (Adolphe Menjou), hires a detective to investigate her infidelities, and the inquiry soon begins to focus on Franz. Meanwhile, Franz's business partner, Dr. Gustav Mueller (Creighton Hale), hopes to comfort the disconsolate Charlotte.

The Big Doll House (1971)

Women (Judy Brown, Pam Grier, Roberta Collins) in pastel dresses plot an escape from a tropical island prison run by perverts.

Lightnin' in the Forest (1948)

A rich girl (Lynne Roberts) seeks thrills with a vacationing psychiatrist (Warren Douglas) ; they find a fugitive (Donald Barry).

The New Frontier (1935)

After a sheriff is shot in the back, his son (John Wayne) takes over his post and tries to avenge his father's death.

Gun Crazy: Beyond the Law (2004)

An idealistic young lawyer forms a dangerous alliance with an assassin who saved her life.

13 Gantry Row (1998)

When young Australians buy an old house, the husband begins to take on the persona of an earlier inhabitant.

Ferat Vampire (1981)

A doctor thinks human blood is used to fuel a racing car.

(1980)

A depressed screenwriter (Jean-Louis Trintignant), a movie producer (Ugo Tognazzi), a magazine editor and five other Italians discuss their changing lives.

A Self-Made Hero (1996)

This acclaimed French satire focuses on Albert Dehousse (Mathieu Kassovitz), a restless young man living in a small village, who longs to be a World War II hero but is denied military service because his mother is a war widow. When Albert finds out that his late father wasn't as upstanding as he'd thought, and that his mother has been a Nazi collaborator, he leaves his home and family and heads to Paris to join the French Resistance, passing himself off as a hero despite his sheltered life.

The Natural History of the Chicken (2000)

People with special connections to chickens are interviewed in this documentary about the ubiquitous fowl. Among the many unusual anecdotes are the story of a chicken resuscitated thanks to her owner's CPR skills, a cockfight breeder whose loud roosters annoy his neighbors and a headless chicken that was a sideshow attraction for many years. Facts about the poultry industry are interspersed with the stories, providing a quirky and well-rounded portrait of the bird.

Through the Wire (1990)

Filmmaker Nina Rosenblum studies the treatment of activists in a federal high-security prison for women.

O Bandido da Luz Vermelha (1968)

A bandit (Paulo Villaa) solicits prostitutes and becomes infamous as a thief and a bookie until he is caught by the police and commits suicide.

Vendetta for the Saint (1969)

Simon Templar wages a one-man war against the Mafia in this feature culled from "The Saint" TV series.

Prison Shadows (1936)

An ex-con prizefighter uncovers the elaborate fight-fixing scheme responsible for the death of his last opponent.

The Legend of Paul and Paula (1973)

A married bureaucrat (Winfried Glatzeder) and a single mother (Angelica Domröse) of two meet and fall in love.

To Mary - with Love (1936)

Newsreel clips punctuate the years in a rich couple's (Warner Baxter, Myrna Loy) marriage, from 1925 to 1935.

Mecánica Mexicana (1995)

A Texan auto mechanic company is expanding its business into Mexico, but it appears that the Mexicans have their own ideas.

Cousin Jules (1972)

Filmmaker Dominique Benichetti spends five years recording the daily lives of two French farmers who live alone in the countryside.

Monster High (1989)

High-school students challenge a demon and his monstrous minions to a basketball game for the fate of the world.

Break Up Club (2010)

Joe uses a special website to get his girlfriend back by breaking up his best friend's relationship.

Factory Complex (2015)

The lives of marginalized female laborers in South Korea during the 1960s.

Can't You Hear the Wind Howl? The Life & Music of Robert Johnson (1998)

Over time, the life of bluesman Robert Johnson has taken on mythic proportions. Urban legends have him exchanging his soul to the devil for his talent with a guitar, or being poisoned with spiked liquor by a romantic rival. This documentary explores all the rumors still surrounding Johnson. Meanwhile, through interviews with friends and disciples, and dramatic re-enactments featuring a doppelgnger, the film shows there definitely is a mysterious power in the music he played.

Murder in Saint-Malo (2013)

Two police captains (Louise Monot, Bruno Solo) investigate a murder victim whose body shows signs of torture.

Pretty Boy Floyd (1960)

A rural Oklahoman (John Ericson) becomes a 1930s bank robber and killer sought by the FBI.

Il était une fois, une fois (2012)

After being snubbed for a concierge job at a prestigious Paris hotel, a man pretends to be the heir to Belgium's throne.

The Fantastic Adventures of Unico (1981)

Spiteful gods use trickery to discover the secret behind a magical unicorn's power to make people happy.

The Sweet Ride (1968)

A tennis bum (Tony Franciosa) and his Malibu Beach buddies hang out with a TV actress (Jacqueline Bisset) headed for trouble.

Betrayed (1954)

When the Dutch resistance brings in Carla Van Oven (Lana Turner) to spy on the Nazis, Col. Pieter Deventer (Clark Gable) initially suspects she could be a double agent. Van Oven eventually convinces Deventer of her character, and when she is sent into occupied territory, she joins up with a rebel leader known as "The Scarf" (Victor Mature). As the resistance endures severe losses and their missions fail, Deventer starts to wonder whose side Van Oven is fighting on.

Brahman (2015)

Siva, a movie buff, owns a cinema theatre, which runs into financial trouble. However, his life changes for the better when he meets his childhood friend who is now a famous movie director.

FSM (2015)

A DJ in Vancouver longs for love, and as she dips her toe into the online dating scene, she realizes she might have already met Mr. Right.