La corporación (2012)

Although a businessman seems to have it all, he is missing one important thing in his life.

Garage Sale Mystery: The Deadly Room (2015)

Jennifer Shannon (Lori Loughlin) uses her intuitive skills to investigate her friend's death in a multimillion-dollar home with a dark history.

... E fuori nevica! (2014)

When their mother dies, two brothers must take care of their remaining sibling.

Prospero's Books (1991)

Shakespeare's exiled duke (John Gielgud) tells his tale in calligraphy in this version of "The Tempest."

Bipolar (2014)

Harry tries a new medication for his bipolar disorder and transforms into Edward Grey. Edward becomes a seductive and dangerous alter ego who dramatically changes the lives of people around him.

Hill of Pleasures (2013)

Brazilian police try to maintain law and order in the slums of Rio de Janeiro.

Brotherhood of Murder (1999)

A white supremacist group member becomes an informant for the FBI after a Denver disc jockey is murdered.

Dangerous Appointment (1934)

A store clerk tries to prove himself innocent of robbery and assault.

Bobô (2013)

Two women from Lisbon team up to save a Guinean girl from ritual genital mutilation.

The Secret (1997)

A high-school cheerleader (Ari Meyers) suspects that her unfaithful boyfriend (Mark Krassenbaum) is also a murderer.

Pelle the Conqueror (1987)

When his wife dies, Lassefar (Max von Sydow) takes his 12-year-old son, Pelle (Pelle Hvenegaard), from their home in Sweden to Denmark in search of a better life. Signing on as laborers at a large farm, father and son undergo numerous trials, including prejudice against immigrants and run-ins with those more powerful than themselves in both the physical and the social sense. Over the course of a year, young Pelle learns what it takes to survive in a harsh and unforgiving world.

The Giraffe's Neck (2004)

Mathilde (Louisa Pili), a surprisingly assertive 10-year-old, insists to her grandfather, Paul (Claude Rich), that they find his ex-wife, Madeleine (Monique Melinand), who ran off years ago. With only the letters that Madeleine wrote to her daughter and granddaughter to use as clues, they journey from Paris to Spain in search of her. Meanwhile, when Mathilde's mother, Helene (Sandrine Bonnaire), who's spent her whole life hating Madeleine, discovers what they're up to, she joins in on the hunt.

False Pretenses (2003)

This loose modernized adaptation of the Charles Dickens tale focuses on Dodge (Nick Stahl), a street-smart Toronto hustler. When Dodge meets wide-eyed innocent runaway Oliver (Joshua Close), he teaches the youth how to survive in their harsh urban environment and also introduces him to plenty of vices. Working under Fagin (Gary Farmer), an imposing pimp, Dodge and Oliver engage in prostitution and drug abuse, with no easy way out of their trouble-filled existence.

The Wild, Wild Planet (1967)

Cmdr. Mike Halstead (Tony Russel) receives orders from United Democracies Space Command to babysit crass scientist Nurmi (Massimo Serato) aboard the spaceship Gamma One. Mike finds Nurmi's genetic experiments loathsome and resents the scientist's effort to woo the ship's judo instructor, Lt. Connie Gomez (Lisa Gastoni). Summoned to Earth to explain a string of disappearances, Mike's glad to get away, realizing too late that Nurmi is behind the crimes and that he has kidnapped Connie.

Ja, Ik Wil! (2015)

A woman who is stuck in a disappointing relationship cannot see the love of another man who is right in front of her.

Hotel Congress (2014)

Two would-be lovers spend a platonic weekend together in a hotel while hiding from their spouses.

Jimmy's Hall (2014)

In 1930s Ireland, political activist Jimmy Gralton (Barry Ward) faces deportation for running a community hall for the arts.

Pudor (2007)

Secrets large and small threaten to tear a family (Nancho Novo, Elvira Mnguez) apart.

Dead End City (1988)

A factory owner (Greg Cummins), a TV newswoman (Christine Lunde) and friends fight gangs after the evacuation of Los Angeles.

For Love or Money (1934)

A bankrupt British businessman (Edmund Gwenn) lures investors with a well-dressed impostor (Robert Donat) and found money.

Ride for Lance (2013)

To honor Chief Petty Officer Lance Vaccaro, a highly decorated U.S. Navy SEAL who gave his life for his country in 2008, four Navy SEAL bikers create the Lance Vaccaro Memorial Ride.

Redwood Curtain (1995)

Concert pianist Gerri Riordan (Lea Salonga) was fathered by an American soldier and born to a Vietnamese mother. Adopted by Laird (John Lithgow) and Julia (Catherine Hicks), Gerri grows increasingly curious about who her father was. After hard-drinking Laird dies, Gerri decides to learn more about her past by visiting Geneva (Debra Monk), Laird's sister, who lives in California's Redwood Forest. There she spies Vietnam veteran Lyman Fellers (Jeff Daniels) and becomes convinced he's her father.

Lunatics: A Love Story (1991)

Two offbeat people (Theodore Raimi, Deborah Foreman) meet by chance and become lovers united against real and imagined threats.

Metalhead (2013)

A grief-stricken young woman adopts the persona of her deceased brother.

Vampire Over London (1952)

An Irish scullery maid attempts to thwart a mad scientist's scheme to conquer the world with a monster robot.

Destiny (1997)

In 12th-century Spain, the Caliph of Andalusia (Mahmoud Hemeida) enjoys the counsel of philosopher Averroes (Nour El-Sherif), who believes God wants people to interpret and debate the Koran. The Caliph's two sons, Nasser (Khaled El Nabaoui) and Abdalla (Hani Salama), come to embrace opposite ends of the prevailing intellectual climate, with Abdalla falling under the spell of religious fanatics, and Nasser following Averroes. This leads to social unrest and the persecution of the philosopher.

The Station (2013)

Scientists discover that a red liquid leaking from a nearby glacier contains organisms that turn living hosts into deadly mutants.

Private Worlds (1935)

At the Brentwood Asylum for the mentally ill, psychiatrist partners Jane Everest (Claudette Colbert) and Alex MacGregor (Joel McCrea) are broken up by the new superintendent, Dr. Charles Monet (Charles Boyer), who has a low regard for women physicians. Jane and Charles clash on patient treatment, and Jane learns that Charles has a sister, Claire (Helen Vinson), with a mysterious past. Frustrated by the situation at work, Alex begins treating Claire, despite the concerns of his wife.

Proteus: A Nineteenth Century Vision (2004)

This animated documentary charts the life of painter and biologist Ernst Haeckel, who, in the 19th century, makes a number of fascinating discoveries about what lurks below the sea. Haeckel uncovers thousands of distinct underwater species, and depicts his scientific findings in his spectacular art. He simultaneously inspires the imagination of his followers and advances the cause of science. The creatures he paints are, to many people, glorious proof of a supreme being.

Seven Miles From Alcatraz (1942)

Alcatraz inmates Champ (James Craig) and Jimbo (Frank Jenks), who were gangsters on the outside, learn about the attack on Pearl Harbor and get the idea that the island prison they call home is sure to be the next attack site. They break out of jail and make it to a tiny lighthouse isle, where they take the few inhabitants hostage. But when Champ and Jimbo uncover a Nazi plot to take over the lighthouse, the crooks must choose to either flee or stay put and stick up for their country.

Delta Force Commando (1989)

An ex-commando (Brett Clark) whips up a mission to Nicaragua to negotiate with terrorists who have nuclear armaments.

Gold (2013)

A woman joins a group of German gold-seekers who are unprepared for what awaits them in the unforgiving wilderness.

Sci-Real (2015)

Filmmaker Varo Venturi investigates occult powers using studies and reports.

Seventy Times Seven (2013)

Jealousy turns into murderous rage, leading to the death of a recent bride.

The Torpedo of Doom (1938)

In the late 1930s, U. S. Marines Tom Grayson (Lee Powell) and Frank Corby (Herman Brix) are the sole survivors of an attack by a strange electrified torpedo on a fort in China. Soon after, a Chinese consul secretly tells them about a scientific mastermind known as The Lightening, who's attempting world domination by using the mysterious weapon. When the consul is killed, Tom and Frank race to unearth a plot that includes attacks on naval ships and steel factories and a stash of stolen gold.

The New Girlfriend (2014)

A recently widowed man (Romain Duris) develops a close bond with his wife's best friend (Anaïs Demoustier), while returning to his compulsion to dress like a woman.

Seven Blows of the Dragon (1972)

A kung-fu expert is called in to reinforce the rebels during an 18th-century civil war in China.

Tryst (2005)

A mysterious caretaker (Marc Forget) threatens a troubled couple (Chris Ferry, Natalia McLennan) on a getaway in the snowy mountains.

May Fools (1990)

An eccentric French family meets in the country for the funeral of their matriarch (Paulette Dubost), which takes place at the same time as the 1968 student revolts in Paris. Even with the latest updates of the riots coming in over the airwaves, the family prefers to focus on petty squabbles and personal matters rather than the current political climate. When the escalating protests leave them no choice but to venture deeper into the wilderness, they become even more removed from social affairs.

South of Monterey (1946)

The Cisco Kid (Gilbert Roland), Pancho (Martin Garralaga) and a dancer try to outfox a swindler.

Mary, Mother of the Son of God (2003)

A priest tells a girl (Ana Beatriz Cisneiros) the story of Mary.

Everything Happens at Night (1939)

At the beginning of World War II, two rival American journalists, Geoffrey Thompson (Ray Milland) and Ken Morgan (Robert Cummings), race to Europe when they hear that a Nobel laureate, previously thought to be dead, is in fact alive and well and living in Switzerland under an assumed name. However, they get distracted from the job at hand when they meet the professor's beautiful, ice-skating daughter, Louise (Sonja Henie) -- and their focus on matters romantic almost ends in tragedy.

A Stranger in the Family (1991)

In her drive to remind her amnesiac teenage son (Neil Patrick Harris), a mother (Teri Garr) pushes him and herself to the edge.

Don Juan DeMarco (1995)

An aging psychiatrist (Marlon Brando) believes in a patient (Johnny Depp) who sees himself as the world's greatest lover.

Pipelines, Power and Democracy (2015)

The struggle between activists and lobbyists to stop the Energy East pipeline.

Operation E (2012)

A Colombian coca farmer knows that his own life is forfeit if anything happens to the sick infant given to him by militants.

Red Blood of Courage (1935)

An undercover Mountie (Kermit Maynard) saves a girl (Ann Sheridan) and her uncle (Reginald Barlow) from oil-land grabbers.

Seminole (1953)

Lt. Lance Caldwell (Rock Hudson) is sent to Fort King in Florida to serve under Maj. Harlan Degan (Richard Carlson), who wants to rid the area of the Native American Seminole tribe. This plan sits poorly with Caldwell, whose childhood friend -- and rival in his pursuit of the lovely Revere Muldoon (Barbara Hale) -- is the tribe's chief, Osceola (Anthony Quinn). Tension between the Seminole and the army rises, and, when a guard is killed at the fort, the lieutenant is blamed for the murder.

Five Angles on Murder (1950)

In a small British village, fortune-teller Astra (Jean Kent) is found murdered. During the investigation, Detective Lodge (Duncan Macrae) questions Astra's housekeeper, Mrs. Finch (Hermione Baddeley), who portrays Astra in a favorable light. Yet upon speaking with Astra's sister, Catherine (Susan Shaw), and her husband, Bob (Dirk Bogarde), a less appealing image of the victim is revealed. The case is further complicated by information from a neighbor and a sailor who was Astra's part-time lover.

Blind Alley (1939)

Convicted murderer Hal Wilson (Chester Morris) escapes from prison with the aid of his gang and breaks into the home of psychologist Dr. Shelby (Ralph Bellamy) to take refuge from the police. Shelby and his family are entertaining guests, all of whom become Wilson's hostages. After Wilson kills one of Shelby's young medical students, the doctor determines to save the others by analyzing Wilson, to make him understand the reasons behind the odd paralysis in one hand and his violent behavior.

Mom, Can I Keep Her? (1998)

A lonely boy (Justin Berfield) finds a 500-pound gorilla in the garage and tries to keep his new friend a secret.

Rooftops (1989)

A roof-dwelling combat dancer (Jason Gedrick) loves a crack king's (Eddie Velez) sister (Troy Beyer) in a Manhattan ghetto.

Tarawa Beachhead (1958)

A Marine sergeant (Kerwin Mathews) falls in love with the widow (Julie Adams) of a comrade shot in combat by their lieutenant (Ray Danton).

Skylark (1941)

An adman's (Ray Milland) wife (Claudette Colbert) feels neglected, and another man (Brian Aherne) seems to be the answer.

G:MT (1999)

Dreams of success begin to fade as London high-school friends find themselves no better off four years after graduation.

Apache Chief (1949)

Soldiers pay Young Eagle (Alan Curtis) to capture Black Wolf (Russell Hayden), his hostile rival from another tribe.

Good Luck (1996)

A road trip to participate in an Oregon raft race tests a paraplegic optimist (Gregory Hines) and a blind pessimist (Vincent D'Onofrio).

U.S. Seals (1999)

A former Navy SEAL (Jim Fitzpatrick) seeks retaliation against a renegade American hijacker (J. Kenneth Campbell) who killed his wife.

Bringing Out the Dead (1999)

After a disheartening and haunting career wears him down, New York City paramedic Frank Pierce (Nicolas Cage) begins to collapse under the strain of saving lives and witnessing deaths. Through the course of a few nights, three co-workers (John Goodman, Ving Rhames, Tom Sizemore) accompany Pierce as he grasps for sanity and pushes to be fired. Before Pierce falls off the edge, he still has a hope when he forms a friendship with a victim's daughter (Patricia Arquette).

Tough Assignment (1949)

A meddlesome reporter sporting a young bride takes on a gang of lawless cattle rustlers.

Bad Behaviour (1993)

Gerry McAllister (Stephen Rea), a city planner growing weary of his job's endless frustrations, and his wife, Ellie (Sinead Cusack), a bookstore clerk who wants to be a writer, are Irish immigrants in middle-class North London. The couple normally muddle through with relative cheer, but when their shady contractor pal, Howard (Philip Jackson), convinces them to let his identical-twin builders (Phil Daniels) remodel their bathroom, the additional stress reveals the strain in their marriage.

A Stranger at the Door (2004)

A couple's (Linda Purl, Perry King) adopted son returns home with evil intentions after many years away.

The Haunting of Sarah Hardy (1989)

An heiress's (Sela Ward) husband (Michael Woods) and actress friend (Morgan Fairchild) try to drive her mad at a seaside mansion.

Bye Bye Braverman (1968)

One day, Morroe Rieff (George Segal) learns that his friend and fellow writer, Leslie Braverman, has died. After meeting Leslie's widow, Inez (Jessica Walter), who is more flirtatious than grieving, Morroe joins up with three other writer friends -- Barnet (Jack Warden), Felix (Joseph Wiseman) and Holly (Sorrell Booke) -- to attend funeral services. However, the quartet faces numerous obstacles, including poor directions and a car accident, that could keep them from paying their respects.

The Hitler Gang (1944)

Adolf Hitler (Robert Watson) rises to power with Goebbels (Martin Kosleck), Himmler, Goering and the rest of his Nazi henchmen.

Eye of the Beholder (1999)

British spy Steve Wilson (Ewan McGregor), known as "The Eye" to his employers, is trailing Paul Hugo (Steven McCarthy) for an assignment when he witnesses Paul being murdered by his girlfriend, Joanna Eris (Ashley Judd). Haunted by the breakup of his marriage and by his absent daughter, Lucy (Ann-Marie Brown), Steve notices Joanna's resemblance to his child and decides to protect her. As Joanna wanders the United States, Steve follows and destroys evidence of her multiple killings.

Bypass (2014)

After the death of his mother, a teen (George MacKay) turns to a life of crime to make ends meet.

Dügün Dernek 2: Sünnet (2015)

After his son is married, Ismail stresses over his grandson's impending circumcision.

Mrs. Worthington's Party (2006)

Shortly before Christmas, Father Jonathan Keene (David Wall) arrives to shut down the church of a fishing village's dwindling parish. Though he is usually dispassionate and efficient when working on such tasks, events take a different turn when he becomes entangled in the lives of the town's eccentric residents.


A gay Chinese man in New York makes plans to marry an immigrant woman to fool his traditionalist parents.

Shakes the Clown (1991)

The all-clown town of Palukaville provides a colorful backdrop for this tale of an alcoholic funnyman framed for murder.

The Clairvoyant (1935)

Maximus (Claude Rains) and his wife, Rene (Fay Wray), perform a fixed mind-reading act together. On board a train, Maximus is overcome with the sense that it will crash, but is only able to convince Christine Shawn (Jane Baxter) to get off. When the train crashes, Christine's father, a newspaper publisher, prints the story and makes Maximus famous. Unaware his skills occur only when Christine is near, he relishes his fame -- until his prediction of a mining tunnel collapse goes tragically wrong.

The Dressmaker (1988)

Two aunts (Joan Plowright, Billie Whitelaw) give their 17-year-old niece (Jane Horrocks) conflicting advice about men in 1944 Liverpool.

No Subtitles Necessary: Laszlo & Vilmos (2008)

Hungarian-born cameramen Laszlo Kovacs and Vilmos Zsigmond become renowned cinematographers in Hollywood while maintaining a nearly lifelong friendship.

She Loves Me Not (1934)

A Princeton crooner (Bing Crosby) and his pal hide a nightclub girl (Miriam Hopkins) who has witnessed a murder.

An Omar Broadway Film (2008)

A prison inmate sneaks a camera into a prison to record abuses by the staff.

Emmtan-Magan (2006)

A man, who is popular for his strictness in his village, treats his son badly. The son wants to marry his childhood friend but his parents and the girl's parents are at loggerheads, making it tough for him to marry her.

China Rose (1983)

A U.S. businessman (George C. Scott) and his consular guide (Ali MacGraw) search Hong Kong alleys for his supposedly dead son.

Goodbye Gemini (1970)

A pair of inseparable twins (Judy Geeson, Martin Potter) becomes involved in a deadly game of cat-and-mouse with a London swinger.

Midlothia (2007)

Friends (Bill Sebastian, James Thomas Gilbert, Jessica McClendon) in small-town Texas face uncomfortable truths about themselves and their relationships.

Overwhelming Women (2002)

Unlucky in love, a graphic designer (Giovanna Antonelli) turns to a matrimonial agency for help in finding her soul mate.

Amsterdam Connection (1977)

A film company fronts for prostitution and drug smuggling on location in the Far East and Europe.

Saibi (2013)

The residents of a rural village place their hopes in an elder to find them a new home when the construction of a hydroelectric dam schedules their village for flooding.

Boystown (2007)

A real estate agent (Pablo Puyol) kills little old ladies who refuse to sell their flats.

Tiger's Claw (1978)

A martial artist becomes fast friends with the man he set out to kill.

Frozen Land (2005)

A chain reaction of bad events starts with a fired schoolteacher and progresses through many people's lives.

Free the Fish! (1999)

Chaos reigns as an auto dealer's daughter prepares to marry the son of a notorious mobster (Michele Placido).

The Burmese Harp (1956)

When a Japanese platoon surrenders to British forces in Burma in 1943, the platoon's harp player, Mizushima (Shôji Yasui), is selected from the prisoners of war to deliver a request for surrender to a Japanese regiment holed up on a mountain. Mizushima fails to convince the soldiers to accept defeat, and a last stand commences. Traumatized by the bloodshed of his fellow countrymen, Mizushima disguises himself as a Buddhist monk and begins a journey toward peace of mind amid the chaos.

The Kids From the Port (2013)

Miguel takes the journey his grandfather cannot to leave an army jacket on an old comrade's grave.

Honeymoon (2013)

An uninvited guest's arrival casts a shadow over an idyllic wedding.

Carolina Skeletons (1991)

A Vietnam veteran (Louis Gossett Jr.) works with a sheriff's (Bruce Dern) daughter (Melissa Leo) to clear his brother, executed in the 1930s.

The Devil to Pay (1930)

A naughty but likable gentleman (Ronald Colman) returns to London, buys a dog and charms a socialite (Loretta Young).

Kentucky Blue Streak (1935)

A framed jockey (Eddie Nugent) escapes from prison to ride in the Kentucky Derby.

Guadalupe (2006)

Two Spanish brothers delve into the mystery of Our Lady and experience a feeling of conversion and reconciliation with God.

Sticky Fingers (1988)

A friend of a friend asks two young New York women (Helen Slater, Melanie Mayron) to mind a bag of money, which they soon spend.

Game: Life After the Math (2008)

The Game discusses his rise to fame and his rivalries with G-Unit and 50 Cent.

Beware My Lovely (1952)

Widow Helen Gordon (Ida Lupino) hires Howard Wilton (Robert Ryan) to do some odd jobs around her large Victorian mansion. What she doesn't know is that Wilton is actually a murderous schizophrenic prone to violent blackouts. Although he has no memory of it, Wilton killed his last employer, and when his grip on his sanity begins to slip away while working at Helen's house, she has to think on her feet to keep him calm and rational until she can escape from her home and get help.

A Stranger in Town (1995)

The past comes back to haunt a single mother (Jean Smart) when a mystery man (Gregory Hines) appears at her door.

Song of Nevada (1944)

A millionaire pretends to be dead and hires a cowboy to break up his daughter's romance and curb her scheming ways.

Conagher (1991)

Pioneer woman Evie Teale (Katharine Ross) is headed west with her family to start a new life, only to have her husband, Jacob (Billy Green Bush), tragically die during the journey. Left to fend for herself and her two children in the middle of nowhere, Evie strikes up a friendship with cowboy Conn Conagher (Sam Elliott), who passes by while she's working as a food server. And Conagher certainly can help, as the area is under constant threat of attack, be it from Apaches or local bandits.