Northwest Rangers (1942)
Orphaned by Indians, boyhood buddies meet again as gambler (James Craig) and Mountie (William Lundigan).
An unscrupulous politician collaborates with an 'illiterate' and simple man to win an election.
Flatfoot in Hong Kong (1975)
A cop must clear his name and find the person who has infiltrated his police department.
Aap Ke Saath (1986)
Two brothers fall in love with the same mysterious woman at different points in time. The woman has a sinister plan and begins to execute it by becoming the mistress of the younger brother.
Paradise in Harlem (1940)
Mobsters hound a nightclub performer who has witnessed a slaying.
Jason Nash Is Married (2014)
Forced by debt to jump-start his stalled career, a man (Jason Nash) meets an assortment of nefarious characters and comes to a realization about the real meaning of marriage.
The Girl on a Motorcycle (1968)
Unhappy with her marriage, a leather-clad woman (Marianne Faithfull) hops on a motorcycle to meet her lover (Alain Delon).
People transform the imaginary game of quidditch into a real sport.
Old Man (1997)
A conscripted convict (Arliss Howard) experiences salvation with an abused wife (Jeanne Tripplehorn) he saved from Mississippi River flooding in 1927.
The Special Need (2013)
Enea, Carlo and Alex find more than they bargained for.
The Cold Room (1984)
A British teen (Amanda Pays) visits East Berlin with her writer father (George Segal) and faces something evil from 40 years before.
49 Days (2006)
Just before he is to be beheaded for a crime he did not commit, a reprieved herbalist returns home to a house that almost seems haunted.
A bird daydreams about escaping its cage.
Hot Touch (1982)
An art collector's henchman (Lloyd Bochner) forces a forger (Wayne Rogers) to duplicate lost works by van Gogh and El Greco.
Second Thoughts (1983)
A divorced lawyer (Lucie Arnaz) debates her pregnancy with her lover, a law-school-dropout street musician (Craig Wasson).
Going Steady (1958)
High-school sweethearts (Molly Bee, Alan Reed Jr.) run off and get married, then move in with her parents.
My Dad Is Into Terrorism (2006)
After a string of terrorist attacks in France, Judge Gilles Boulouque is appointed to conduct a high-profile investigation. In 1987 he interviews and releases an Iranian man thought to be a key member of a terrorist network, and a public outcry ensues. Suspected of cutting deals with extremists, Boulouque's reputation is effectively destroyed, and he's soon driven to suicide. Documentary filmmaker William Karel revisits these event as seen through the eyes of Boulouque's daughter, Clemence.
A 1998 Hindi film starring Mithun Chakraborty.
Game Over: Kasparov and the Machine (2003)
This documentary focuses on the match between chess champion Garry Kasparov and Deep Blue, an IBM computer designed to play the game at the highest level. In the years prior to the 1997 match, Kasparov was known as the best talent in chess history, but he grows agitated when Deep Blue opens the contest by playing better than expected. Kasparov argues that IBM is somehow cheating to better its chances of victory, and his contention casts a shadow over the match's dramatic finale.
Sunset Pass (1946)
A frontier lawman (James Warren) and his sidekick (John Laurenz) face train robbers along the Arizona border.
Waiting for Caroline (1967)
A man faces competition from a young actor while trying to win back his former lover (Alexandra Stewart).
'Neath Brooklyn Bridge (1942)
Muggs and the gang (Ann Gillis) hide a girl (Noah Beery Jr.) and solve a murder.
Three Poplars at Plyuschikha (1967)
A cabdriver almost falls in love with a married peasant woman.
Wanderer of the Wasteland (1945)
A cowboy (James Warren) seeks vengeance for his father's murder but meanwhile falls for the killer's niece.
A gambling woman is blackmailed into working with a monster brought to life by a self-proclaimed psychologist.
Beyond the Door III (1990)
A coed (Mary Kohnert) and her friends go to Yugoslavia, where the Prince of Darkness wants her for his bride.
Tara and her friends are bored with life, and one night they decide to steal her brothers van loaded with his musical equipment and start a road trip posing as a punk band.
During World War I, the 1st Russian Women's Battalion of Death is formed as a propaganda ploy by the Russian government.
Pit Pony (1997)
A horse's companionship helps a boy (Ben Rose-Davis) overcome his fears and work in a Nova Scotia coal mine to support his family.
Eva Doesn't Sleep (2016)
After touring cities throughout Europe, the exquisitely embalmed corpse of Eva Peron is kidnapped.
Only When I Laugh (1981)
Actress Georgia (Marsha Mason) gets out of treatment for alcohol addiction, only to be greeted by a host of interpersonal problems. Her two best friends are dragging her down with their self-involvement, but her friends are the least of her worries. Stress levels skyrocket when Georgia's angst-ridden teenager, Polly (Kristy McNichol), needs a place to live, and her ex-husband (David Dukes) pressures her to star in a new film that spills secrets about their defunct relationship.
Dungeons & Dragons 2: The Elemental Might (2005)
After stealing a magical orb, the sinister wizard Damodar (Bruce Payne) uses his newfound power to terrorize the land. Melora (Clemency Burton-Hill), a beautiful young enchantress, joins forces with the skilled warrior Berek (Mark Dymond) and other brave fighters to embark on a dangerous journey to defeat Damodar and his minions. As the heroes draw closer to Damodar, they must contend with dragons and other fierce beasts before they can put an end to the villain's scheme.
Teddy (David Manners) dreams of being a big star, but is stuck in a mediocre band. Everything changes when the band's singer falls ill moments before an important gig and a drunken patron hands the soft-spoken Teddy a microphone. Teddy's singing is an instant hit, and before long he has struck out on his own. With the help of his girlfriend (Ann Dvorak) and a hungry publicist (Ken Murray), Teddy becomes a major star, but his increasingly arrogant attitude threatens to derail his career.
Blackout Effect (1998)
A National Transportation Safety Board investigator (Eric Stoltz) examines a ground controller's (Charles Martin Smith) role in a midair collision.
The sole survivor (Laurene Landon) of a female tribe of warrior breeders journeys to find a suitable mate.
The Tenant (1976)
In Paris, isolated Eastern European migr Trelkovsky (Roman Polanski) rents an apartment in a spooky old building whose inhabitants regard him with suspicion and even outright hostility. When he learns that the apartment's previous tenant, a beautiful woman, tried to commit suicide by jumping out the window, Trelkovsky begins to identify with her in increasingly disturbing ways. Then, to make matters even worse, he reaches the conclusion that his new neighbors are plotting to kill him.
One More Tomorrow (1946)
A playboy (Dennis Morgan) marries a gold digger (Alexis Smith) instead of the photographer (Ann Sheridan) he loves.
Jab Pyaar Kisise Hota Hai (1998)
A wealthy womanizer (Salman Khan) falls in love, mends his ways and meets his illegitimate son.
You're Ugly Too (2015)
After her mother dies, Stacey (Lauren Kinsella) moves in with her uncle Will (Aidan Gillen) in a remote region on the Irish midlands. As they slowly get to know each other, they deal with shadows of the past.
Dibu 3: La Gran Aventura (2002)
Dibu goes to Mars on a mission of peace.
Star Crystal (1986)
Space-station crew members (C. Jutson Campbell, Faye Bolt, Taylor Kingsley) escape from an explosion, with a deadly creature from Mars.
Orion's Key (1996)
Researchers (Todd Jensen, Jennifer MacDonald) discover an artifact in Africa that puts them in contact with an extraterrestrial being (Frank Zagarino).
An ambitious young man (scar Jaenada) leaves drama school and forms a street theater group.
Adm. Michiel de Ruyter (Frank Lammers) commands the Dutch fleet against the English navy in the 17th century.
A man battles the world's most horrific ghouls and ghosts in a graveyard that turns reality into outer world fiction.
After the quick thinking of Hercules (Steve Reeves) saves Princess Iole (Sylva Koscina), he is tasked with training her irresponsible brother, Iphitus (Mimmo Palmara), to assume their father's place as king. Hercules falls for the beautiful Iole, but must perform a series of grueling tasks when Iphitus is killed in a tragic accident. When the mysterious Jason (Fabrizio Mioni) appears and claims to be the rightful king, he, Hercules and the Argonauts set sail for the legendary Golden Fleece.
A Montana trapper (Leif Erickson) leads the search for a boy and a girl kidnapped by a noble Indian chief (Michael Dante).
While the City Sleeps (1956)
A serial killer is on the loose in New York City. Dubbed "The Lipstick Killer," he has also strangely become the center of a power struggle between three division chiefs in a media empire. The directive from their inexperienced boss, Walter Kyne (Vincent Price), is simple: Whoever catches the killer gets promoted to executive editor. But newspaper editor John Day Griffith (Thomas Mitchell) has one distinct advantage in the form of crack reporter Edward Mobley (Dana Andrews).
A disgraced sniper (Stephen Baldwin) must rescue his kidnapped wife from a vengeful terrorist.
The Black Tavern (1972)
The down and dirty meet in a tavern to plot their nefarious schemes.
Partners in Crime (1937)
Two dedicated citizens attempt to rid their town of a corrupt mayor who reputedly has gangland connections.
A woman (Macha Grenon) shelters a childhood friend (Sylvie Moreau) with a restless 14-year-old daughter, who are destitute.
An indebted peeping Tom (Martin Monahan) falls in love with the woman that he agreed to kill.
A doctor (Ed Quinn) in India seeks help from a manipulative woman (Joey Lauren Adams) and a drug lord (Harvey Keitel) to rescue his kidnapped son.
Code Red (1997)
An arsonist endangers the lives of police officers and firefighters.
Best and Most Beautiful Things (2016)
A precocious young blind woman chases down love and freedom in the most unexpected of places -- a provocative fringe community.
The Sphinx (1933)
Chummy reporters (Sheila Terry, Theodore Newton) see deadly duplicity in a philanthropist (Lionel Atwill) who does not hear or speak.
Australia's Lost Gold: The Legend of Lasseter (2012)
A man tries to piece together clues to find the gold that his father discovered in the Australian desert in 1931.
In the midst of the Algerian Civil War, Dr. Amel (Rachida Brakni) is horrified when her husband, an outspoken journalist, disappears without a trace. When the authorities refuse to consider foul play, Amel appeals for help to her neighbor Khadidja (Fettouma Bouamari), an embittered middle-aged woman and former Algerian revolutionary. As the two women set out into the treacherous countryside to search for the missing man, they struggle to bridge the generation gap between them.
Song of the Road (1955)
Impoverished priest Harihar Ray (Kanu Bannerjee), dreaming of a better life for himself and his family, leaves his rural Bengal village in search of work. Alone, his wife, Sarbojaya (Karuna Bannerjee), looks after her rebellious daughter, Durga (Uma Das Gupta), and her young son, Apu (Subir Bannerjee), as well as Harihar's elderly aunt Indir (Chunibala Devi). The children enjoy the small pleasures of their difficult life, while their parents suffer the daily indignities heaped upon them.
The Immortal Sergeant (1943)
During World War II, talented leader Sgt. Kelly (Thomas Mitchell) takes under his wing a reserved and somewhat insecure junior officer, Cpl. Colin Spence (Henry Fonda), while leading a regiment of soldiers through the Libyan desert. A reluctant pupil, Spence is preoccupied with daydreams of his home-front girlfriend, Valentine Lee (Maureen O'Hara). But when a plane crash seriously wounds Kelly and cripples their means of navigation, Spence is forced to take command of his fellow soldiers.
The Great Indian Butterfly (2007)
A young couple named Krish and Meera are confused and frustrated with the corporate rat race unfolding around them and, as an antidote, they they go in search of a legendary magical insect.
Memories of a Penitent Heart (2016)
Twenty-five years after her uncle died of AIDS, a woman tracks down his lover and opens a Pandora's box of family drama.
The Kentuckian (1955)
Upstanding widower "Big Eli" Wakefield (Burt Lancaster) decides to move from Kentucky further west to Texas. He undertakes the journey with just his young son "Little Eli" (Donald MacDonald), but en route they pick up friends like indentured servant Hannah (Dianne Foster) and schoolmarm Susie (Diana Lynn), a potential love interest. This motley crew's path is difficult, and they face many obstacles, not the least of which is nasty frontiersman Stan Bodine (Walter Matthau).
This Night I'll Possess Your Corpse (1967)
Z do Caixo (Jos Mojica Marins), a demented undertaker determined to find a spouse who can match his depravity, has taken to capturing female villagers and forcing them to undergo gruesome experiments in hopes that one of the abducted woman will be twisted enough to enjoy his company. When Z rejects the unlucky ladies, he tosses their bodies to hungry snakes. Eventually, he takes the lovely, morbid Laura (Tina Wohlers) as his bride, but now the families of Z's many victims want his blood.
Waiting for the Moon (1987)
Writer Gertrude Stein (Linda Bassett) and Alice B. Toklas (Linda Hunt) are seen as they might have been in 1930s France.
The early career of cardiac surgeon Zbigniew Religa.
Nutcracker: The Motion Picture (1986)
In this Pacific Northwest Ballet performance, it is Christmas Eve and festivities are under way. Clara (Vanessa Sharp) is excited when her godfather, Herr Drosselmeier (Hugh Bigney), arrives with a bag full of gifts, one of which is an intriguing wooden nutcracker. That night, while the rest of the household is sleeping, Clara visits the Christmas tree to inspect her nutcracker and soon finds herself immersed in a dream world that is both dark and enchanting.
Secret Valley (1936)
An Eastern gangster's bride (Virginia Grey) flees to a ranch and hides out with a cowboy (Richard Arlen).
Her Name Is Sabine (2007)
Actress Sandrine Bonnaire makes a touching documentary about her autistic sister, Sabine.
Derby Day (1952)
Aristocrats (Anna Neagle, Michael Wilding) fall in love, killers get caught, and a servant girl dates a movie star at Epsom Downs.
Kamikazen: Ultima notte a Milano (1987)
An important television network invites a group of comedians to compete in a public variety show.
Death Benefit (1996)
A Kentucky tax attorney (Peter Horton) risks his career and relationships to prove an insurance beneficiary (Carrie Snodgress) guilty of a girl's murder.
KILD TV (2016)
The crew of a local horror movie showcase is used to broadcasting creepy stories of heinous killers, but tonight the crew members are the story as they are trapped with a real killer among them.
Orders to Kill (1958)
Gene Summers (Paul Massie) is an American Air Force pilot recruited to take part in a secret government mission. He is tasked with killing Marcel Lafitte (Leslie French), a lawyer working with the French Resistance, and a suspected double agent. After Summers parachutes into France, he meets his Resistance contact, Leonie (Irene Worth), and she provides him with information about Lafitte. But, after learning more about his target, Summers has second thoughts about his mission.
Tennis, Anyone ...? (2005)
A Hollywood actor (Donal Logue) and his best friend compete in celebrity tennis tournaments.
The Prowler (1951)
After being frightened by a peeping Tom at her mansion in the suburbs, the beautiful Susan Gilvray (Evelyn Keyes) calls the police for help. When a policeman, Webb Garwood (Van Heflin), arrives, he becomes infatuated with Susan, and the two engage in an affair. Susan soon ends their relationship, choosing to remain with her husband, John (Sherry Hall). However, Webb's obsession with her continues to grow, until he begins plotting to kill John and cash in on his life insurance policy.
Hopalong Cassidy Returns (1936)
The new marshal arrives at Mesa Grande to find his friend's shop and the town run by a woman gambler.
The White Angel (1936)
In the midst of the bloody battles of the Crimean War, English heroine Florence Nightingale (Kay Francis) proves to be an ever-dedicated nurse as she does whatever she can to provide the best possible treatment for her ailing patients. Refusing to bow down to stern pressure from the male-centric and unforgiving military bureaucracy, Nightingale perseveres in her crusade for better patient care, tirelessly organizing zealous volunteers to tend to the wounded soldiers.
Season of Dreams (1987)
A beer-bellied farmhand (Frederic Forrest) helps a teenager (Megan Follows) fix a hay-stacker to save her family farm in 1950s Montana.
Birds of a Feather (1931)
The peaceful serenity of birds flying through the sky is broken by a hawk that steals a baby chick.
Coed Call Girl (1996)
An escort service's glamour fades for a collegian (Tori Spelling), especially when she is charged with trying to kill the owner (Scott Plank).
Rampage at Apache Wells (1966)
A rapacious oil baron (Harald Leipnitz) has his eye on a piece of land, and will do almost anything to stop the wagon train that means to settle there. He sets them up with a scout who deliberately misleads them, and effectively rallies the local Indian population to try and run them off. What he doesn't count on is the interference of frontiersman Old Surehand (Stewart Granger) and his faithful Indian sidekick, Winnetou (Pierre Brice), who come to the aid of the settlers.
Nothing in Return (2015)
A teenager finds a surrogate family in Madrid.
Win, Place or Steal (1974)
Hapless gamblers Billy (Dean Stockwell), Raymond (Russ Tamblyn) and Frank (Alex Karras) spend most of their time and all of their money at the track, betting and losing on horse races. Disgusted at the amount of cash they've lost on the ponies over the years, the three friends hatch a scheme to make their money back and then some: They'll steal one of the machines that prints out the track's betting slips and use it to place winning bets after the race is run.
The Three Legionnaires (1937)
Doughboys (Robert Armstrong, Lyle Talbot) horse around with a princess, a scientist and Bolsheviks in Siberia.
Wetlands Preserved: The Story of an Activist Nightclub (2006)
The Wetlands nightclub in New York City didn't just introduce audiences to countless jam bands. It also promoted important environmental causes. Located in Manhattan's Tribeca district, Wetlands was the brainchild of Larry Bloch, who wanted to create a socially conscious music venue. While the Dave Matthews Band, Phish, Blues Traveler and others graced its stage, the club donated large sums of its proceeds to environmental causes. Wetlands was a unique social experiment; this is its story.
Investigation of a Citizen Above Suspicion (1970)
A highly regarded Italian police inspector (Gian Maria Volonte) murders his mistress, only to become part of the homicide investigation that follows. The inspector proceeds to plant clues at the crime scene as his fellow officers either ignore or fail to recognize his obvious tampering. But all is not as it seems. While the killer may have an inside track on fabricating his own innocence, he also seems to be testing the competence and integrity of Italian law enforcement.
Dangerous Child (2001)
Sally Cambridge (Delta Burke) is a single mother battling an unhealthy relationship with her volatile ex-husband, Brad (Vyto Ruginis). Then 16-year-old Jack (Ryan Merriman), the elder of her two sons, suddenly starts exhibiting violent tendencies. Despite Sally's interventions, his behavior only worsens. In a fit of rage, he attacks Sally and critically injures his younger brother, Leo (Marc Donato). Erroneously arrested for child abuse, Sally finds her fate rests in the hands of her family.
The Battle of Neretva (1969)
During World War II, Yugoslavians fight for their freedom against local Chetniks as well as Italian and German troops.
Prehysteria! 3 (1995)
Pygmy dinosaurs help the owner (Fred Willard) of a miniature golf course fight off bank foreclosure and takeover by his greedy brother (Bruce Weitz).
The Power (1968)
Scientists (George Hamilton, Suzanne Pleshette) think a colleague has a deadly superbrain capable of controlling others.
Small Town Girl (1953)
A judge's daughter (Jane Powell) keeps an eye on a playboy (Farley Granger) who gets 30 days in jail for speeding.
Emotional Arithmetic (2007)
Three people who bonded in a detention camp during World War II reunite decades later.
Alcatraz Island (1937)
Racketeer Gat Brady (John Litel) is arrested for tax evasion before leaving on holiday with his daughter, Ann (Mary Maguire). Knowing how important the trip is to her, Brady instructs Ann's nanny, Flo (Ann Sheridan), to take her anyway. Brady arrives in prison and soon receives word that Red Carroll (Ben Welden), an old rival, has kidnapped Ann. Red is caught and sentenced to the same prison as Gat, and their mutual dislike gets them both into trouble.
Wild Flower (1993)
The Benedetti family's wealth comes from gold stolen from the French army during the 18th century. When Jean (Michael Vartan), the lieutenant guarding the coins -- and lover of Elisabette Benedetti (Galatea Ranzi) -- is executed for a crime he did not commit, Elisabette curses the family. Bad luck travels from generation to generation. As the latest Benedettis tell their children about their eccentric grandfather, the children worry that the family curse will be passed on.
Gamera vs. Zigra (1971)
The big dual-exhaust turtle chucks a boulder on the razor-sharp back fins of 75-ton monster Zigra.
Three men send their brother (Fernandel) to a hospital when he tells them that he euthanized his wife.
You Can't Cheat an Honest Man (1939)
Cheapskate circus owner Larson E. Whipsnade (W.C. Fields) has a habit of skipping out on his bills, with the result that he has an entire posse of sheriffs and bill collectors following him from town to town. When his beautiful daughter, Victoria (Constance Moore), visits her father's circus, she falls in love with ventriloquist "The Great Edgar" (Edgar Bergen), but her sense of duty to her father presses her to accept an engagement to stuffy rich boy Roger Bel-Goodie (James Bush).
Child in the House (1956)
An 11-year-old (Mandy Miller) staying with her London aunt (Phyllis Calvert) and uncle (Eric Portman) meets secretly with her fugitive father.