Starring Adam West (2013)
Actor Adam West's career includes a meteoric rise to fame as the title character in TV's "Batman" in 1966 and a late-in-life resurgence as a voice actor on the TV show "Family Guy."
My Favorite Son (2001)
A woman searches for her adopted son's natural parents after learning he needs a bone-marrow transplant.
Mitti Aur Sona (1989)
Vijay, a student from a wealthy family, is expected to marry his childhood friend Anupama. When he falls in love with girl from a less prestigious family, he is left grappling with the consequences of a difficult decision.
Naya Shoorveer (2006)
A wedding organizer's photograph reaches a doctor's daughter by mistake instead of the actual prospective groom's. The doctor trades human organs and this is investigated by the wedding organizer's brother who is a police officer.
The Alpha Incident (1977)
An alien organism with the potential to destroy all life on Earth is inadvertently released in a small town.
Zodiac Sign (2015)
A beautiful and divorced elementary school principal (Caryn Ward) agrees to date a few men from from her friends' zodiac approved dating pool.
Martian Successor Nadesico The Motion Picture: Prince of Darkness (1998)
Much has changed since the end of the Great War: the Jovians and Earthlings have allied themselves, Ruri is the new captain of the Nadesico B, and Akito and Yurika have completely disappeared.
Things He Never Said (2013)
What a partner wants to say when there are no repercussions.
In the Spirit (1990)
A Beverly Hills woman (Elaine May) returns to New York and flees upstate with a cosmic woman (Marlo Thomas), chased by a killer.
My Skinny Sister (2015)
An adolescent girl discovers her older sister is hiding an eating disorder.
The House on 92nd Street (1945)
In a story based on actual events, Nazi spies in New York City try to recruit German-American college student Bill Dietrich (William Eythe) at the height of World War II. Dietrich instead offers his services to the FBI as a double agent. Infiltrating the spy ring, which is headquartered in an East 92nd Street townhouse, Dietrich must contend with the house's beautiful owner (Signe Hasso) and, ultimately, a cache of smuggled atomic secrets that could derail the entire American war effort.
The Sweet and the Bitter (2007)
A man (Luigi Lo Cascio) learns to regret his decision to join the Mafia.
Fear Town, USA (2014)
Four nerdy virgins, a girl haunted by a dark secret and an escaped mental patient all show up to the same St. Blevin's Day party.
Dragon Lore: Curse of the Shadow (2013)
A warrior (Richard McWilliams), an elven bounty hunter (Danielle Chuchran) and an orc raider (Paul D. Hunt) join forces to prevent a secret cabal from unleashing the evil God of the Undead.
A Family Secret (2006)
A woman (Céline Bonnier) learns secrets about her family while attending the funeral of her father.
Charlie's Angels (1975)
Three lovely private eyes (Kate Jackson, Farrah Fawcett-Majors, Jaclyn Smith) find a missing corpse for their unseen boss.
Alien Incursion (2006)
A park ranger tries to protect hikers from aliens and a team of hunters out to eliminate any witnesses.
Two children and a stranded alien set out to rescue a captured extraterrestrial from evil researchers.
Going Bananas (1987)
A boy (David Mendenhall), his guardian (Dom DeLuise) and an African guide (Jimmie Walker) try to save a talking chimp called Bonzo from bad guys.
Danger Zone (1951)
A San Francisco man (Hugh Beaumont) is paid to bid on a saxophone and escort a woman to a yacht party.
Darshan, the Embrace (2005)
Filmmaker Jan Kounen follows Amma, a renowned humanitarian and Gandhi-King Prize winner, as she spreads comfort and healing throughout India with hugs and charitable works. Amma heads an organization that houses the homeless, feeds the hungry, and builds hospitals and orphanages.
The Great Impersonation (1942)
An Englishman (Ralph Bellamy) kills a German look-alike and poses as a Nazi spy in London.
Leaders of an ancient civilization in South America travel with an aging British filmmaker and 400 kilometers of gold thread to trace the invisible connections in nature.
A chance at romance forces a Chicago designer (Shawna Waldron) to confront the personal hardship she faces as the caretaker of a severely autistic sibling (Stephen Louis Grush).
Crips and Bloods: Made in America (2008)
An examination reveals conditions that have led to decades of gang violence among youth growing up in South Los Angeles.
Babes on Swing Street (1944)
The president (Peggy Ryan) of a settlement-house group puts on a benefit variety show.
The Million Dollar Duck (2016)
The history of the Federal Duck Stamp Contest, the only juried, art competition run by the U.S. government.
Enter Arsene Lupin (1944)
French jewel thief Lupin (Charles Korvin) robs an heiress (Ella Raines) on a train, then follows her to England and saves her life.
Charlotte (Trine Dyrholm), the owner of a beauty salon, breaks up with her abusive boyfriend and moves into her own apartment. Below her lives Veronica (David Dencik), a preoperative transsexual. The two become tentative friends after Charlotte saves Veronica's life, and Veronica protects Charlotte from her ex-lover. Both are surprised and confused when friendship turns into romance.
The Waltz King (1963)
Young Johann Strauss Jr. tries to make a name for himself as a composer despite conflicts with his famous father.
Matlock: The Haunted (1993)
Police think a dissatisfied patient murdered her plastic surgeon, but a Southern lawyer (Andy Griffith) thinks otherwise.
DC 9/11: Time of Crisis (2003)
President George W. Bush (Timothy Bottoms) and his staff (John Cunningham, David Fonteno) react to the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001.
Two people with contradicting personalities fall in love.
Never Say Die (2001)
A former government agent (Cynthia Rothrock) endangers her life while trying to help people mixed up with criminals.
The Brain Machine (1977)
Ruthless individuals exploit the subjects of a scientific experiment which enables the overhearing of human thoughts.
Zen & the Art of Dying (2015)
Activist and educator Zenith Virago has spent 20 years going to Australia's Byron Bay to find a more communal, celebratory, and creative engagement with death and dying.
Kin: Fallen Star (2015)
A Hollywood psychic is forced to face her destiny when she meets a mysterious stranger.
Joy of Man's Desiring (2014)
A study of industrial life, factories and the meaning of labor.
Life in a Day (1999)
A research scientist (Michael Goorjian) must counteract the effects of a growth drug that will turn a baby elderly within a week.
Inside the Fifty Shades: Real Women Confess (2013)
Women reveal their experiences within the dominance and submission lifestyle portrayed by the "Fifty Shades of Grey" book trilogy.
The Sufferers (2016)
A grieving mother learns that the devil plans to use her anguish to escape and destroy mankind. She's befriended by two mysterious strangers with dubious motives.
The Lady in Question (1940)
In Paris, bicycle shop owner Andre Morestan (Brian Aherne) sits on a trial of young Natalie Roguin (Rita Hayworth), accused of murder. Captivated by Natalie's demeanor, Andre is the sole juror holdout and Natalie is acquitted. Andre takes her home, presents her as the daughter of a friend and offers her a job in spite of the suspicions of wife Michele (Irene Rich) and son Pierre (Glenn Ford). Natalie inadvertently causes more problems when she's recognized, and Andre begins to doubt his verdict.
A Young Man's Future (2016)
Two gay college students seem to have a bright future ahead of them until one of them is diagnosed with schizophrenia.
Campaign of Hate: Russia and Gay Propaganda (2014)
Filmmaker Michael Lucas exposes Russia's anti-gay agenda.
Take My Advice: The Ann and Abby Story (1999)
Identical twins (Wendie Malick) grow up to become rival advice columnists Abigail Van Buren and Ann Landers.
Vigilantes of Boomtown (1947)
In 1897 Nevada, Molly McVey (Peggy Stewart) is angered when, after legalizing prizefighting, the governor asks her father, Jim (George Tumer), to return to the ring. A retired boxer who has turned to ranching, Jim is delighted to resume fighting and, to Molly's dismay, begins training with former manager Bill Delany (Roscoe Karns). Jim's plans are interrupted when he and his friend Red Ryder (Allan Lane) must deal with cattle rustlers, a revenge-seeking outlaw and a planned gold heist.
A gung-ho football coach comes up against serious gamblers after he is hired to whip a college team into shape.
When Penelope (Natalie Wood) gets married to banker James Elcott (Ian Bannen), she finds him too preoccupied with work to pay much attention to her, so she robs his bank while in disguise. After she confesses to her psychiatrist, Greg Mannix (Dick Shawn), he offers to return the money for her, as he is secretly in love with her. However, he abandons the money when the police approach. Penelope becomes determined to admit to the crime, but neither James nor the police believe her story.
A man (Abhishek Bachchan) falls for a woman who has a violent and overprotective brother (Mahesh Manjrekar).
Brotherhood of Blades (2014)
Three sworn brothers are tasked with annihilating a corrupt fugitive and his followers, but a mistake reveals the brothers are being used as pawns in a deadly game filled with secrets, conspiracies and lethal consequences.
Scotland Yard (1941)
A war-scarred thief, molded by plastic surgeons to resemble a London banker, acts as a decoy to divert Allied funds to the Nazi cause.
Kiss the Girls and Make Them Die (1967)
Anglo-American secret agents (Michael Connors, Dorothy Provine) foil a mad industrialist (Raf Vallone) out to sterilize the world.
Broken Glass (2013)
A man must sort through his mind's tricks to unlock his mysterious past.
Welcome to the Rozes (2003)
While being transferred from one prison to another, convicts Gilbert (Lornt Deutsch) and MG (Jean Dujardin) escape and proceed to take Daniel Roze (Andr Wilms) and his wife, Beatrice (Carole Bouquet), hostage in the couple's house. Though MG simply wants his share of the money from the bank robbery that landed him in jail, the criminals find themselves welcomed by the pair and their 18-year-old daughter, Magali (Clmence Posy), who all seem to relish the sudden danger.
Love, Honor and Obey the Law (1935)
A 1935 comedy featuring Harry Langdon and Monte Collins.
When Tomorrow Comes (1939)
A married pianist (Charles Boyer) deserts his mentally troubled wife when he falls in love with a pretty waitress (Irene Dunne).
The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (2006)
A doctor (Tony Todd) becomes a rampaging murderer after testing a concoction to cure his heart condition.
Diamond Jim (1935)
Gay '90s celebrity Diamond Jim Brady (Edward Arnold) courts Lillian Russell (Binnie Barnes) and other women but mostly likes to eat.
Lost a Girl (2015)
A woman believes her colleague is framing her for incompetence, but the truth is far more sinister.
Marseille - De guerre lasse (2014)
A man has a series of conflicts with the Corsican mafia after his time in the French Foreign Legion.
Raja (Arjun), who can't remember his past, recollects vague images and memories only in his sleep until he meets and falls in love with Anjali (Kirat Bhattal).
LUV Don't Live Here (2015)
A gay black man (Nathaniel Ryan) is forced to confront harsh truths about himself and his relationships when he becomes ill.
Sex Galaxy (2008)
Sex starved astronauts detour to Sex Galaxy.
Adrift in Tokyo (2007)
A thug (Tomokazu Miura) offers to pay a law student's (J Odagiri) gambling debt if the student will accompany him on a trip across Tokyo.
Panama Sal (1957)
A Beverly Hills playboy (Edward Kemmer) tries to make a Panama calypso singer (Elena Verdugo) a star.
A meek woman becomes a vicious brute in prison after thugs force her to murder her fiance's sister. After she escapes from the penitentiary, she trains with a mysterious mountain man before tracking down the gang.
The Sons of Buena Vista (2004)
Bandleader Po Leiva and an aging cabdriver comb Cuba's nightclubs for the island's up-and-coming musical talent in a follow-up to "Buena Vista Social Club." Among the acts in the spotlight are singer El Nene, rapper Telmary Daz, and singer Osdalgia Lesmes.
It Happened Out West (1937)
A gang of outlaws trying to cheat a woman out of her silver-rich land meets its match in a two-fisted cowboy.
A man rides out for revenge after his friend is murdered by outlaws.
The Brighton Strangler (1945)
An actor acquires the homicidal tendencies of his stage character after suffering a concussion in a London air raid.
Kimberly (Shelley Hack), Caryl (Sela Ward), Beth (Stephanie Faracy) and Pat reunite in their hometown for a fifth friend's wedding.
'Til We Meet Again (1940)
Time is short for Joan Ames (Merle Oberon). Suffering from a terminal illness, she has only weeks to live and has decided to spend her remaining days traveling the globe. While on a cruise ship back to America, she meets and falls in love with Dan Hardesty (George Brent). Joan doesn't want to ruin their romance by telling him the truth about her illness, but what Joan doesn't know is that Dan's time is limited too; he's a convicted criminal being sent back to America to face his execution.
Take-Away Romance (2014)
Seemingly opposite personalities struggle through the complexities of love.
Failed by the judiciary system, a man (Victor Browne) seeks revenge for the savage murders of his wife and daughter.
Joe's Apartment (1996)
Based on a popular short film, this comedy focuses on Joe (Jerry O'Connell), a young man who has moved from Iowa to downtown New York City. After settling into his grimy apartment, Joe discovers that it is home to a legion of talking and singing cockroaches. Although having so many bugs for roommates has its drawbacks, Joe finds the roaches to be friendly and good-natured, and they aid him in wooing the lovely Lily (Megan Ward), as well as in contending with his mean landlord (Don Ho).
A young man earns his living by committing petty crime; he lives with his younger sister and widowed mother. He is in love with a gypsy girl but has to contend with her suitor in order to win her over; but, his arrest changes his life completely.
The Master of Ballantrae (1953)
Two Scottish brothers engage in fierce sibling rivalry while battling pirates, Indians and British soldiers.
Police Story III: Supercop (1992)
To infiltrate a drug cartel, police Inspector Chan Ka Kui (Jackie Chan) goes undercover in a Chinese prison. There, he earns the trust of Panther (Yuen Wah), a cartel member, by breaking him out of prison. With the help of another undercover agent (Michelle Yeaoh), they travel to Hong Kong and join up with Panther's gang. Ka Kui is accepted by the gang's leader (Ken Tsang), but his operation is jeopardized when Ka Kui's girlfriend (Maggie Cheung) accidentally reveals his true identity.
Perry Mason: The Case of the Silenced Singer (1990)
Lawyer Mason (Raymond Burr) defends a former student (Tim Reid) for the shooting death of his rock-star wife (Vanessa Williams).
Felix Manalo (2015)
The origin of Iglesia Ni Cristo in the Philippines.
Lupin the Third: Voyage to Danger (1993)
A new complication arises in Detective Zenegata's efforts to put the villainous Lupin the Third behind bars.
In a small Mississippi town, snobbish Mrs. Carter (Alice Brady) forbids her son, Jeff (James Ellison), to wed poor Mary Tibbitt (Jean Parker). After Mary's father, town doctor Henry (Oliver Hardy), treats a sick elephant from the carnival run by Professor McCrackle (Harry Langdon), the animal becomes attached to Henry and follows him around town. Hoping to use this oddity to prove the Tibbitts are eccentric and unfit, Mrs. Carter convinces McCrackle to sue Henry, only to rouse Jeff's anger.
Up in Central Park (1948)
While investigating a New York racketeer (Vincent Price), a reporter (Dick Haymes) romances a park superintendent's Irish daughter (Deanna Durbin).
The Big Slice (1990)
Two writers turn mob flunky (Casey Siemaszko) and policeman (Justin Louis) to get material for their would-be best seller.
Baseball pitcher Bill Lee (Josh Duhamel) deals with his release from the Montreal Expos.
Under the Rainbow (2013)
Laura meets Sandro and believes he is her prince charming.
Kotodama: Spiritual Curse (2014)
High school students learn about a fatal gas accident which occurred at a school in the past. They sneak into an abandoned school to shoot a horror video for the internet and find a fox's window which leads to the spirit world.
Eleven interlocking scenes play out the stories of couples who talk without listening.
Horror Mansion: The Blind (2011)
A girl who witnesses a murder through the blinds of her apartment window comes to suspect her sister's boyfriend is the culprit.
A Hard Way to Die (1979)
A murdered family's only surviving son learns martial arts from a Chinese physician to exact revenge.
The Moonraker (1958)
A Cavalier (George Baker) cuts a path through Cromwell's Roundheads for Charles II to reach France in 1661.
The Oracle (1986)
The spirit of a man killed by his wife seeks revenge through the medium of a young woman (Caroline Capers Powers).
Operation Golden Phoenix (1994)
A security specialist and a vicious crime czar battle over possession of a pendant that may lead to a lost treasure.
Sixty years after the termination of a Third Reich program designed to weaponize sharks, a reanimated abomination terrorizes the waters of a small ocean town.
It Had to Be You (1947)
Society girl Victoria Stafford (Ginger Rogers) garners a reputation for leaving men at the altar. Getting engaged for a fourth time, Victoria believes she's found the right man -- until on a train she has a strange dream about a Native American who claims that he is her true love. Awakening, Victoria is startled to find the dream man, George (Cornel Wilde), who claims to really exist, while also being a figment of her imagination. Back at home, George guides Victoria to a startling discovery.
Fists of Bruce Lee (1978)
A billionaire with information on international smuggling and drug trafficking hires Bruce Lee to protect him.
De guerre lasse (1987)
Two men (Pierre Arditi, Christophe Malavoy) become rivals for a woman (Nathalie Baye) who is helping them smuggle Jews out of Nazi Austria.
After a young woman runs away with the man she loves to avoid an arranged marriage, villagers wrestle with preserving their traditional culture or adapting it to the increasing outside demands for individual freedom.
Whistle Down the Wind (1962)
After a confusing exchange with a strange man (Alan Bates) they find hiding in their family barn, Kathy Bostock (Hayley Mills) and her young siblings jump to the conclusion that the man -- in reality an escaped killer -- is none other than Jesus Christ. Excitement erupts as word spreads among the children in their small farming community in northwest England. Adult skepticism abounds, until their father (Bernard Lee) catches wind of the tale and begins to investigate.
Mystery in Mexico (1948)
An insurance investigator (William Lundigan) looks for stolen jewels with a missing colleague's sister (Jacqueline White).