Raju Chacha (2000)
Raju Chacha is a 2000 Indian Bollywood action film directed by Anil Devgan, released on 20 December 2000. The film stars Ajay Devgn, Kajol and Rishi Kapoor in the lead roles. Raju Chacha was Devgn's first attempt as a producer.
The Slipper and the Rose: The Story of Cinderella (1976)
In the tiny kingdom of Euphrania, the King and his court are most anxious to get Prince Edward wed. But Edward wants to marry for love. Meanwhile, young Cinderella finds life drastically altered with her father's death as she's forced to be a servant in her own house. But a cheery fairy godmother helps her with her impossible tasks, and even gets her to take an evening out at the King's bride-finding ball. But when the magic wears off, and the prince with shoe-in-hand searches for Cinderella and finds her, what is going to happen to Euphrania without the needed marriage alliance to prevent war?
Steptoe and Son Ride Again (1973)
Steptoe and Son Ride Again is a 1973 comedy film. It is a sequel to the film Steptoe and Son (1972) based on the television series. Again the film starred Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H. Corbett.
A small county town becomes overrun by misfits, freaks and weirdos.
Captain Fracasse (1929)
Captain Fracasse is a 1929 French silent adventure film directed by Alberto Cavalcanti and Henry Wulschleger and starring Pierre Blanchar, Lien Deyers and Charles Boyer. It is based on the 1863 novel of the same name by Théophile Gautier.
Makin' Baby (2002)
Michael and Alicia are newlyweds and life gets complicated when she wants to get pregnant and he gets discovered by a famous rapper.
The Duo (2001)
Superheroes Best Man and Buddy Boy uphold the rules and balance of the universe by fighting crime and battling evil.
Plaguers is a 2008 American science-fiction horror film written and directed by Brad Sykes and featuring Steve Railsback.
CoSM the Movie: Alex Grey & the Chapel of Sacred Mirrors (2006)
Music blends with cinematography in this journey into the visionary art of the Chapel of Sacred Mirrors gallery in New York.
Bringing Up Bobby (2009)
Bringing Up Bobby is a 2009 Christian direct-to-video comedy film directed by Chris Staron. It was the third film by Glowing Nose, who previously made Pint Size and Between the Walls.
Joseph, a man plagued by violence and a rage that is driving him to self-destruction, earns a chance of redemption that appears in the form of Hannah, a Christian charity shop worker.
Time in the Sun (1940)
A documentary exploring solar and lunar eclipses.
Storm at Daybreak (1933)
Storm at Daybreak is a 1933 American pre-Code drama film directed by Richard Boleslawski and written by Bertram Millhauser. The film stars Kay Francis, Nils Asther, Walter Huston, Phillips Holmes, Eugene Pallette and C. Henry Gordon. The film was released on July 14, 1933, by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
Slim Susie (2003)
Slim Susie (Swedish: Smala Sussie) is a 2003 Swedish comedy crime film. It was directed by Ulf Malmros and written by Malmros and Petteri Nuottimäki. It is considered Ulf Malmros most popular film.
The Ravagers (1965)
The Ravagers is a 1965 war drama film directed by Eddie Romero, written by Cesar Amigo, starring John Saxon and Fernando Poe Jr.. The film was set in Philippines during world war II. Filipino guerrillas battle with remaining Japanese forces. In the Philippines the Tagalog version was titled Hanggang May Kalaban and the English version, Only the Brave Know Hell.
No Greater Love (1952)
No Greater Love (German: Herz der Welt) is a 1952 West German drama film directed by Harald Braun. It was entered into the 1952 Cannes Film Festival.
Abel, a nine-year-old boy, has stopped talking since his father left home.
Laugh and Get Rich (1931)
Laugh and Get Rich is a 1931 Pre-Code American comedy film, directed by Gregory La Cava, from a screenplay he also wrote with contributions from Douglas MacLean, who also was the associate producer, and Ralph Spence. The film stars Edna May Oliver, Hugh Herbert, and Russell Gleason, and revolves around the antics in a boarding house in the early 1930s, run by Oliver, and the complications caused by her husband.
Nora, a bored journalist, is sent to interview Dr. Ling. The mad doctor falls in love with Nora, but he resurrects Ariel -- a young man who committed suicide -- to kill her. Dr. Ling's plans fall apart when Nora and Ariel fall in love.
Return to the Land of Wonders (2004)
Return to the Land of Wonders is a documentary film made almost single-handedly by Maysoon Pachachi in 2003–04.
El Charro de las Calaveras (1965)
El Charro comes to the rescue in three stories: the human wolf, the human vampire and the headless horseman.
In the Garden of Sounds (2011)
Wolfgang creates a center for severely disabled children after he goes blind.
Mount St. Elias (2009)
Three of the worlds best ski mountaineers, Axel Naglich, Peter Ressmann, and Jon Johnston take the challenge of skiing down the longest snow covered vertical drop in the world, Mount St. Elias, the North American K2.
Speed Demons (2018)
Two vampire hunters try to keep a day walker away from the vampire lords who want her dead.
Lost in the Desert, initially released as Dirkie, is a South African film from 1969/1970, written, produced and directed by Jamie Uys under the name of Jamie Hayes.
Uys himself plays Anton De Vries, a concert pianist whose 8-year-old son Dirkie is the central character. Dirkie is played by Uys's real-life son Wynand Uys, credited as Dirkie Hayes.
Alois Nebel (2011)
Alois Nebel is a 2011 Czech animated drama film directed by Tomáš Luňák, based on the comic-book trilogy by Jaroslav Rudiš and Jaromír 99. It is set in the late 1980s in a small village in the Jeseník Mountains, close to the Polish border, and tells the story of a train dispatcher who begins to suffer from hallucinations where the present converges with the dark past of the expulsion of Germans after World War II. The black-and-white film was animated mainly through rotoscoping and stars Miroslav Krobot as the title character. The film was selected as the Czech entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 84th Academy Awards, but it did not make the final shortlist. The film was submitted and won European Film Awards for Best animated movie.
The Clean Bin Project (2010)
A couple tries to lead a waste-free life.
She Couldn't Take It (1935)
She Couldn't Take It is a 1935 screwball comedy film made at Columbia Pictures, directed by Tay Garnett, written by C. Graham Baker, Gene Towne and Oliver H.P. Garrett, and starring George Raft and Joan Bennett. It was one of the few comedies Raft made in his career.
Bela Noite Para Voar (2005)
Juscelino Kubitschek (Jos de Abreu) conducts day-to-day business as president of Brazil.
A Dinner for Them to Meet (2007)
A Dinner for Them to Meet (Italian: La cena per farli conoscere) is a 2007 Italian comedy film directed by Pupi Avati.
A teen (Albert Carb) must contend with a relentless bully (Joan Carles Suau) and his gang after moving to a new town.
This Is Not A Robbery (2008)
In this documentary, filmmaker Lucas Jansen explores the strange life of J.L. Rountree, who is best known as the oldest active bank thief. For most of his life, Rountree is an affluent white-collar man with a satisfying home life. However, in time he suffers both personal tragedies and financial ruin, after which he decides to turn to crime. Rountree executes his first heist at age 86 and his last at 92, only to end up in prison for the holdups he masterminded as a senior citizen.
Before Hollywood, There Was Fort Lee, N.J. (1964)
A history of a town in New Jersey when it was the center of the film industry.
The Idiot (1958)
The Idiot (Russian: Идиот), is a 1959 Soviet film directed by Ivan Pyryev. It is based on the eponymous novel by Fyodor Dostoevsky.
Doctors accuse three mothers of deliberately hurting their children to garner attention.
Dil Tera Diwana (1962)
Dil Tera Diwana is a 1962 Hindi comedy film. It stars Shammi Kapoor, Mala Sinha, Mehmood, Pran and Om Prakash. The music is by Shankar Jaikishan.
The film is black and white in an era where colour films had already started making their appearance. The music of the film was popular. The film was a remake of the Tamil film Sabaash Meena.
One Hundred Thousand Dollars for Ringo (1965)
100.000 dollari per Ringo is a 1965 Italian spaghetti western film directed by Alberto De Martino.
It was shown as part of a retrospective on Spaghetti Western at the 64th Venice International Film Festival.
The Story of Vickie (1954)
Victoria in Dover (German title: Mädchenjahre einer Königin) is a 1954 Austrian historical romantic comedy film directed by Ernst Marischka and starring Romy Schneider, Adrian Hoven and Magda Schneider. It is a remake of the 1936 Erich Engel film Victoria in Dover, which was based on a 1932 play by Sil-Vara. Romy Schneider's performance as a spirited young royal was a lead-in to her best known role in Sissi and its sequels, although Marischka had originally intended to cast Sonja Ziemann as Victoria.
Red Big Fire Truck (2015)
A young man, an orphan for most of his life, recounts stories from his childhood and the foster homes, halfway houses and orphanages he passed through.
The Land of Many Palaces (2015)
In Ordos, China, a government official has to convince thousands of farmers to relocate to cities to modernize the region.
Oriental Evil (1951)
Oriental Evil is a 1951 American film directed and produced by George Breakston.
Dr. Cheapskate (2016)
A lonely doctor (Ray Rosales), fresh off a divorce from a gold-digging ex-wife, takes penny-pinching to the extreme until a former classmate (Scott Dean) forces him to get back in the dating game.
Life Is Beautiful (2014)
Life Is Beautiful is a 2014 Bollywood film that was directed by Manoj Amarnani, who also starred in the movie. The film was released in India on 22 August 2014 and stars Nancy Brunetta as Amarnani's co-star.
It Rains on Our Love (1946)
It Rains on Our Love (Swedish: Det regnar på vår kärlek) is a 1946 Swedish drama film directed by Ingmar Bergman. The screenplay was written by Herbert Grevenius and Bergman, based on the Norwegian play Bra Mennesker (Good People) by Oskar Braaten. It Rains on Our Love is the first film directed by Bergman to include actor Gunnar Björnstrand in a credited role (he also had a credited role in Bergman's screenwriting debut Torment (1944)). Björnstrand would go on to act in nearly twenty of Bergman's films.
No Trace (1998)
A group of friends panics when a young woman dies at a party.
A Stranger in Town (1943)
A Stranger in Town is a 1943 comedy-drama political film made by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. It was directed by Roy Rowland and produced by Robert Sisk from an original screenplay by Isobel Lennart and William Kozlenko. The film had a music score by Daniele Amfitheatrof and Nathaniel Shilkret, and cinematography by Sidney Wagner.
Black Crescent Moon (2008)
A sheriff in a small town investigates a murder at a local diner and finds more than he bargained for in the town and in himself.
Teenage Strangler (1964)
Teen-Age Strangler is a 1964 crime drama film directed by Ben Parker. It was made in Huntington, West Virginia. It exploits the popular concern with Juvenile delinquency of the American Cold War period. It was re-released in black & white in 1990, resulting in local screenings, newspaper writeups, and cast reunions. It was featured on a Season 5 episode of Mystery Science Theater 3000 (MST3K). Actor John Humphreys, who played the role of "Mikey" appeared at the MST3K first Conventio-Con in September, 1994.
Torchy Runs for Mayor (1939)
Torchy Runs for Mayor is a 1939 American drama-comedy film directed by Ray McCarey. The film stars Glenda Farrell and Barton MacLane. This is the eighth film in the "Torchy Blane" movie series by Warner Bros. It was released on May 13, 1939.
Funny Man (1994)
Funny Man is a 1994 British film written and directed by Simon Sprackling.
Cat In The Cage (1978)
An ex-patient comes home to, among other things, a new stepmother and a satanic housekeeper.
The Cat That Hated People (1948)
The Cat That Hated People is a 1948 cartoon directed by Tex Avery and produced by Fred Quimby. The cat's voice was supplied by radio actor Harry Lang in the style of Jimmy Durante; incidental music was directed by Scott Bradley.
Charles Manson Superstar (1989)
Charles Manson Superstar is a documentary film about Charles Manson, directed by Nikolas Schreck in 1989. Most of the documentary (the entire interview) was filmed inside San Quentin Prison. Schreck and Zeena narrated the segments while images were shown, and music played in the background. There was brief footage of Spahn Ranch, and a short clip of James M. Mason being interviewed about the Universal Order, and Manson. Olivier Messiaen's "Death and Resurrection," Bobby Beausoleil's "Lucifer Rising," Krzysztof Penderecki's "Apocalypsis," and Anton LaVey's "The Satanic Mass," and Manson's own songs "Clang Bang Clang" and "Mechanical Man" from the album Lie: The Love and Terror Cult, were played during the film.
Five prisoners relate tales of delicious meals.
Dawn is a 1928 British silent war film directed by Herbert Wilcox and starring Sybil Thorndike, Gordon Craig and Marie Ault. It was produced by Wilcox for his British & Dominions Film Corporation. The film was made at Cricklewood Studios with sets designed by Clifford Pember.
Based on a play by Reginald Berkeley, this film tells the story of World War I martyr Edith Cavell. Sybil Thorndike stars as Cavell, a nurse who risked her own life by rescuing British Prisoners of War from the Germans. When Cavell was captured and sentenced to be executed, it sparked international outrage, even from neutral nations.
The Wheeler Dealers (1963)
Henry Tyroon likes what wealth can bring, but that isn’t why he spends so much time pursuing it. “You do it for fun,” he explains. “Money’s just the way you keep score.”
James Garner scores big as Henry, a flimflammer who lands in New York City after his Texas oil well becomes a duster, needing a million or so in pocket money to pay his debts.
Soon, he also hopes to land a blue-eyed blue chip: a stock analyst (Lee Remick) pressured by her firm to unload a worthless stock. Can Henry come up with a plan to turn what’s worthless into the hottest thing on Wall Street?
The market for wit and charm is a sure thing in this mix of romantic comedy and business-world satire.
Murder with Mirrors (1985)
Murder with Mirrors is a 1985 British-American made-for-television mystery film starring Helen Hayes in her final appearance as Miss Marple and, as well, her final film role. It also stars Bette Davis, John Mills, Leo McKern, Dorothy Tutin and Tim Roth.
OC87: The Obsessive Compulsive, Major Depression, Bipolar, Asperger's Movie (2012)
Thirty years after mental illness derailed his plans to become a filmmaker, Bud Clayman reclaims his dream with a chronicle of the ups and downs of his recovery.
Rate it X (1986)
A revealing and scathing portrait of the various forms of male sexism existing in contemporary American society.
Psycho à Go-Go (1967)
Blood of Ghastly Horror is a 1972 horror film directed by Al Adamson and starring John Carradine.
Much of the footage in the film was previously released in 1965 as part of a crime thriller feature entitled Psycho A-Go-Go.
Prior to this in 1966 additional footage was added and the film was re-released as The Fiend with the Electronic Brain.
New footage was shot for the 1972 version in an effort to introduce more horror and science fiction elements.
Little Ol' Bosko and the Pirates (1937)
While on his way to deliver cookies to his grandmother, Bosko's vivid imagination leads him to a tap-dance competition with a woodpecker and a run-in with hungry frog pirates.
Is She or Isn't He? (2010)
Growing up as a boy, Graham seems more like a girl. When he gets older, he becomes Ashleigh, who desperately wants to be accepted as female.
A struggling filmmaker shoots a cheap-jack science-fiction movie for his girlfriend's father, a porn producer who demands countless changes to the finished product.
Souls in Pawn (1940)
A pregnant college student with nowhere else to turn enters a maternity home and subsequently loses her baby to a burlesque performer.
Latin Quarter is a 1945 British thriller, which was directed by Vernon Sewell and stars Derrick De Marney, Joan Greenwood and Beresford Egan. The film is an adaptation of the play L'Angoisse by Pierre Mills and C. Vylars. It was Sewell's second film version of the story, following The Medium in 1934. It was made by British National Films at their studios in Elstree.
Border Fence (1951)
Cattle rustlers find the perfect cover for their crimes by hiring on with a former cohort now working on his sister's ranch.
Something To Sing About (1937)
Something to Sing About, (1937), re-released in 1947 as Battling Hoofer, is the second and final film James Cagney made for Grand National Pictures – the first being Great Guy – before mending relations with and returning to Warner Bros. It is one of the few films besides Footlight Parade and Yankee Doodle Dandy to showcase Cagney's singing and dancing talents. It was directed by Victor Schertzinger, who also wrote the music and lyrics of the original songs, as well as the story that Austin Parker's screenplay is based on. Cagney's co-stars are Evelyn Daw and William Frawley, and the film features performances by Gene Lockhart and Mona Barrie.
The film, which is a satire on the movie industry's foibles, flopped in theaters, causing the just recently started "Poverty Row" independent Grand National, which had gone significantly overbudget making the film, to close its doors in 1940.
When, at 80 years of age, Cagney was asked which of his films – outside of Yankee Doodle Dandy – that he'd like to see again, this was the film he chose. Since the copyright on the film was not renewed in 1965, the film is now in the public domain in the United States.
Brothers is a 1930 American Pre-Code crime film directed by Walter Lang.
Wild West (1993)
My Beautiful Laundrette meets The Commitments in a frisky fast-paced comedy about three brothers determined to become the first Asian Country and Western stars.
Mädchen in Uniform (1931)
Mädchen in Uniform (Girls in Uniform) is a 1931 German feature-length film based on the play Gestern und heute (Yesterday and Today) by Christa Winsloe and directed by Leontine Sagan with artistic direction from Carl Froelich, who also funded the film. Winsloe also wrote the screenplay and was on the set during filming. The film remains an international cult classic.
Zavtra byla voyna (1987)
Tomorrow Was the War (Russian: Завтра была война, translit. Zavtra byla voyna) is a 1987 Soviet drama film directed by Yuri Kara based on the eponymous novella by Boris Vasilyev. The film was Kara's thesis at VGIK.
Iz zhizni nachalnika ugolovnogo rozyska (1983)
The relationship between a criminal and chief detective grows hostile.
Back-Room Boy (1942)
Back-Room Boy is a 1942 British comedy film directed by Herbert Mason, produced by Edward Black for Gainsborough Pictures and starring Arthur Askey, Googie Withers, Graham Moffatt and Moore Marriott. A man from the Met Office is sent to a lighthouse on a remote Scottish island to monitor the weather. He hopes to escape from women, but soon finds the island overrun by them.
Beauty Parlor (1932)
Beauty Parlor is a 1932 American pre-Code drama film directed by Richard Thorpe and starring Barbara Kent, Joyce Compton and John Harron.
Girls' Town (1942)
Two aspiring starlets head for the bright lights of Hollywood.
The Duke Is Tops (1938)
The Duke Is Tops is a 1938 American musical film released by Million Dollar Productions and directed by William Nolte. The film was later released in 1943 under the title The Bronze Venus, with Lena Horne given top billing. The film was one of a number of low-budgeted musicals (or "race movies") made in the 1930s and 1940s for the African-American market. The casts and production teams of these films were almost all black, and the music reflected current tastes in jazz and rhythm and blues.
The Duke Is Tops features the film debut of singer Lena Horne, then just 20, who had yet to develop the smooth, classy style she would distinguish herself with in her later films for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Notably, Horne has a major acting role in this film, something that save for 1943's Cabin in the Sky and a few later films, she would rarely enjoy. The original top billed star, Ralph Cooper, was host of Amateur Night at the Apollo Theatre for 50 years. He also served as the movie's production manager.
L'ami de Vincent (1983)
A conductor comes to an understanding with the woman who tried to kill his friend.
As You Like It (1992)
Hiding out in an industrial wasteland from the murderous wrath of a regional ruler, a woman, disguised as a boy, gives wooing lessons to the edgy lad who proclaims he loves her.
Together Alone (1992)
Together Alone is a 1991 drama film written and directed by P. J. Castellaneta.
Get Lost (1956)
Get Lost is the 67th animated cartoon short subject in the Woody Woodpecker series. Released theatrically on March 12, 1956, the film was produced by Walter Lantz Productions and distributed by Universal-International, based in well-known fairy tale for Hansel and Gretel of German origin, recorded by the Brothers Grimm.
Music for Montserrat (1997)
Music For Montserrat was a benefit concert held on 15 September 1997 at the Royal Albert Hall. Musicians came together to raise funds for the Caribbean island of Montserrat after a major volcanic eruption by the Soufrière Hills volcano earlier that year left the island, including its capital of Plymouth, devastated. The concert starred musicians such as Phil Collins, Ray Cooper, Carl Perkins, Jimmy Buffett, Mark Knopfler, Sting, Elton John, Eric Clapton, Paul McCartney, Midge Ure, Arrow and many more, all of whom had once recorded at the island's famous AIR Studios. A DVD was released with the most famous songs from the concert, such as Your Song, Layla, Brothers In Arms, Blue Suede Shoes, Money For Nothing, Yesterday, Hey Jude, and Message In A Bottle.
Bis nichts mehr bleibt (2010)
Until Nothing Remains is a German fictional film depicting a story about Scientology and its effects upon converts. In the film, a young couple are brought into Scientology by means of manipulation. "Eventually, the husband decides to leave the group, losing not only his wife in the process, but also his young child and a big portion of his family's inheritance, which his wife has donated to the church." The film is reportedly based on the real-life experiences of a German man named Heiner von Rönn.
Professori Uuno D.G. Turhapuro (1975)
Professori Uuno D.G. Turhapuro is a Finnish 1975 comedy film written by Spede Pasanen and directed by Ere Kokkonen. It is the second film in the Uuno Turhapuro series.
Ball Lightning (1979)
Ball Lightning is a 1979 Czechoslovak comedy film. The screenplay was written by Zdeněk Svěrák, Ladislav Smoljak and Zdeněk Podskalský and the film was directed by Smoljak and Podskalský.
Le Lys d'or (1910)
Blood Money (1983)
Tryumf pana Kleksa (2001)
L'amour blessé (1975)
Bankett für Achilles (1975)
Alice the Whaler (1927)
Computer Hearts (2014)
Computer Hearts is a 2015 Canadian short film that was directed by Turner Stewart and Dionne Copland. The film premiered on July 12, 2015 at the CinemaFantastique Film Festival in Vancouver, British Columbia, where it won the Audience Choice Award.
O Canada (1952)
If You Love (2010)
La ragazza fuoristrada (1973)
Egy bolond százat csinál (1942)
Lentävät luupäät (1982)
The Wedding Waltz (1988)
Lung Fung Restaurant (1990)
Lung Fung Restaurant is a 1990 Hong Kong action romantic comedy film directed by Poon Man-kit and starring Max Mok, Stephen Chow, Ellen Chan and Charine Chan.
Policeman and Automobile (1902)
How to Stop a Motor Car is a 1902 British short fantasy comedy film directed by Percy Stow. Cecil M. Hepworth, T.C. Hepworth and Claude Whitten acted in the film. It was released in USA as Policeman and Automobile.