D - Underworld (2005)
A mechanic from Dubai comes to Mumbai and gets entangled in a web of crime by accident. Soon, he goes on to become a dreaded underworld kingpin.
Sunday Dinner for a Soldier (1944)
Sunday Dinner for a Soldier is a 1944 motion picture directed by Lloyd Bacon andbased on a novelette by Martha Cheavens.
The Bushwhackers (1952)
The Bushwhackers is a 1952 American film directed by Rod Amateau.
Three men (Jonnie Hurn, Ian Virgo, Rob Oldfield) are locked in an isolated room as part of a psychological experiment.
Thanks a Million (1935)
Thanks a Million is a 1935 musical film produced and released by 20th Century Fox and directed by Roy Del Ruth. It stars Dick Powell, Ann Dvorak and Fred Allen, and features Patsy Kelly, David Rubinoff and Paul Whiteman and his band with singer/pianist Ramona. The script by Nunnally Johnson was based on a story by producer Darryl F. Zanuck (writing as Melville Crossman) and contained uncredited additional dialogue by Fred Allen, James Gow, Edmund Gross and Harry Tugend.
Thanks a Million was nominated for the Academy Award for Sound (E. H. Hansen) in 1935. It was remade in 1946 as If I'm Lucky, with Perry Como and Phil Silvers in the Powell and Allen roles.
Mimi and Dona (2014)
Mimi Thornton, a 92-year-old widow, must find a home for her daughter, who needs full-time care.
Virtual Combat (1995)
A border patrolman (Don "The Dragon" Wilson) in Las Vegas of the future pursues a virtual-reality villain who entered the real world.
Unfinished Business (1941)
Unfinished Business is a 1941 American romantic comedy film starring Irene Dunne, Robert Montgomery and Preston Foster and produced and directed by Gregory La Cava. A young woman quickly falls in love with a playboy, but when he shows no interest in making her his wife, marries his brother.
They Came to Blow Up America (1943)
German-American Carl (George Sanders) is tapped by the U.S. government to infiltrate the Bund, a Nazi propaganda organization. Though Carl is chastised by his own family for joining the group, he refuses to break cover. He later assumes the identity of a Nazi agent and works his way to the Bund headquarters in Hamburg, Germany. There he encounters Frau Reiter (Anna Sten), the wife of the man whose identity he stole, and she tries to expose Carl as a U.S. operative, putting his life in danger.
Planet of Dinosaurs (1977)
A space-shuttle pilot (James Whitworth) and his colleagues bail out on a planet full of prehistoric monsters.
Abbott And Costello Meet Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde (1953)
Abbott and Costello Meet Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde is a 1953 American horror comedy film directed by Charles Lamont and stars the comedy team of Abbott and Costello, and co-stars Boris Karloff.
Inspired by the 1886 novella The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson, the film follows the story of two American detectives visiting Edwardian London who become involved with the hunt for Dr. Jekyll, who is responsible for a series of murders.
A Shot in the Dark (1941)
A newsman (William Lundigan) and a policeman (Regis Toomey) flirt with a singer (Nan Wynn) as rivals on a murder case.
The Silence (1998)
The Silence is an Iranian film from 1998. It is directed by Iranian film maker Mohsen Makhmalbaf. The movie is about a little boy who has the onerous task of earning money for his family, but is always enchanted and distracted by music. It is set in Tajikistan.
The Lady Is Willing (1942)
The Lady is Willing is a 1942 Columbia Pictures screwball comedy film starring Marlene Dietrich and Fred MacMurray, directed by Mitchell Leisen.
Gone to Earth (1950)
Gone to Earth (1950) is a British Technicolor film by the director-writer team of Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger. It stars Jennifer Jones, David Farrar, and Cyril Cusack, and features Esmond Knight. The film was significantly changed for the American market by David O. Selznick and retitled The Wild Heart in 1952.
Gone to Earth is based on the 1917 novel of the same name by author Mary Webb. The novel was all but ignored when it first appeared, but became better known in the 1930s, as the neo-romantic revival gathered pace, even inspiring a 1932 parody, Stella Gibbons's novel Cold Comfort Farm.
A rich scientist, Armitage (Donald Sinden), has problems. Not only is his luscious wife being wooed by all and sundry, but his laboratory is under threat of sabotage to steal his secret nerve gas formula. So he calls upon ‘Rentadick’, a band of private detectives given the job of protecting both his business and his wife. What follows is a catalogue of double-dealings and indiscretions.
Another Man, Another Chance (1977)
Another Man, Another Chance (Un autre homme, une autre chance, UK title: Another Man, Another Woman) is a 1977 French western film directed by Claude Lelouch.
Good Morning, Boys (1937)
A schoolteacher and his pupils visit Paris where they outwit a gang of crooks
A boy discovers that a monster from a 1950s movie filmed in his town is real.
In 2040 a team of specialists, which protects a city's fresh air supply, tracks down an industrialist who wants control of the air.
The wife (Pierre Arditi) of an alcoholic headmaster (Sabine Azéma) ignites a chain of emotional crises when she lights a cigarette.
The Gemini (2016)
The Gemini is a 2016 Burmese drama film directed by Nyo Min Lwin, starring Okkar Min Maung, Nyein Chan Kyaw and Aye Myat Thu. The film follows a love story between two men who had faced difficulties in their life after one had been forced into an arranged marriage. The film was the first LGBT film in cinema of Myanmar and openly railed against the Burmese homosexuality laws.
Guns in the Dark (1937)
Guns in the Dark is a 1937 American Western film directed by Sam Newfield and written by Charles F. Royal. The film stars Johnny Mack Brown, Claire Rochelle, Syd Saylor, Ted Adams, Dick Curtis and Steve Clark. The film was released on May 13, 1957, by Republic Pictures.
To Love, Honor and Deceive (1996)
A widow (Vanessa Marcil) finds out the deaths of her husband (Thomas Gibson) and son were faked by a mob-connected elder.
The Lightship (1985)
Jerzy Skolimowski's The Lightship is based on a novella by the highly regarded German writer Siegfried Lenz. It was filmed in West Germany on the island of Sylt with an all English-speaking cast, the story transferred from its North Sea setting to the coastal waters off Norfolk.
Just when US Coast Guard captain Miller takes his teenage son Alex to his lightship off the coast of Virginia, Calvin Caspary and two criminal accomplices, on the run for the police, decide to hijack it. What the crazy trio didn't count on is that this small crew doesn't just keep taking it lying low, they will put up a fight.
See You In The Morning (1989)
See You in the Morning is a 1989 American romantic comedy film written and directed by Alan J. Pakula, and starring Jeff Bridges, Alice Krige and Farrah Fawcett. It features music by Nat "King" Cole and Cherri Red. The original music score was composed by Michael Small.
The Other Woman (1995)
The Other Woman, is a 1995 television film. Nancy Silvers was nominated for the Humanitas Prize in the "Prime Time 90 Minute" category for writing the film.
Crazy for Love (2005)
My Suicidal Sweetheart is an 2005 American independent dark comedy film written and produced by Michael Parness. The initial working title of the film was Saving Grace; this title was later changed to Max & Grace during production, and remained in place prior to its release on the film festival circuit in March 2005. During an appearance at the 2006 Sacramento Film Festival, Parness remarked that he was dissatisfied with the title of Max & Grace and announced plans to change it to "My Suicidal Sweetheart". The film has been released on DVD under the title "Crazy for Love"
Lola's Last Letter (2016)
Lola-- an ex-con who completes her community service by picking up trash on the side of the road-- records an apology video for her mysterious pen-pal "Henry."
Our Winning Season (1978)
Our Winning Season is a 1978 American drama film directed by Joseph Ruben from a screenplay by Nicholas Niciphor.
Ride Report (2014)
Tiernan and Matt travel 10,000 miles to attend Carnaval in Brazil. They make life-changing connections with strangers along the trip from Las Vegas to Rio de Janeiro.
A burlesque dancer and a boy have to pretend to be married when her mother, who thinks that she is a decent girl, decides to pay her a visit.
Western Trails (1938)
Western Trails is a 1938 American Western film directed by George Waggner and written by Norton S. Parker. The film stars Bob Baker, Marjorie Reynolds, John Ridgely, Carlyle Moore Jr., Forrest Taylor, Franco Corsaro and Bob Burns. The film was released on June 1, 1938, by Universal Pictures.
All That I Have (1951)
The nephews of a former surgeon take him to court to challenge his competency after he donates money to a scam artist.
A Christmoose Carol (2005)
A boy (Raban Bieling) befriends a talking and flying moose (Armin Rohde) that took a test flight for Santa Claus.
The Caddy (1953)
Although gifted golfer Harvey Miller is too nervous to golf in public tournaments, he acts as coach and caddy for friend Joe Anthony.
Serena is a 1962 Black and white British B film crime thriller directed by Peter Maxwell and stars Patrick Holt, Emrys Jones and Honor Blackman. The film takes its name from the mysterious model, Serena Vaughan, who may have figured in a murder. Serena was part of a double bill and was later released to the home media market with Impact (1963), also directed by Peter Maxwell.
Mohawk is a 1956 Pathécolor drama directed by Kurt Neumann, starring Scott Brady and Rita Gam. It is about an 18th-century Boston artist sent to the Mohawk Valley to paint landscapes and portraits of Native Americans.
The film reuses many sequences from the 1939 film Drums Along the Mohawk.
Skips Stones for Fudge (2016)
The world of competitive stone skipping is home to legends and decades-long rivalries.
Muhammad Ali The Whole Story (1996)
A profile shows the heavyweight champion transcending the sport of boxing to become an American icon.
One Good Turn (1996)
A businessman (Lenny Von Dohlen) and his wife (Suzy Amis) regret taking in a soldier (James Remar) who saved his life years earlier.
Hostage Hotel (1999)
A former detective (Burt Reynolds) tries to negotiate the release of his ex-partner (Charles Durning) and a congressman's family, held hostage in a hotel.
The Amazing World of Psychic Phenomena (1976)
Host Raymond Burr reviews ESP, telepathy, Uri Geller's spoon-bending, Jeane Dixon's predictions.
The Blood of Yingzhou District (2006)
The Blood of Yingzhou District is a 2006 short film documentary directed by Ruby Yang and produced by Thomas F. Lennon. The film is about the effect of AIDS on orphans in Yingzhou District of Fuyang, Anhui, China. It won the 2007 Academy Award for Best Documentary.
Harvest Melody (1943)
A press agent's (Sheldon Leonard) wartime stunt puts an actress (Rosemary Lane) to work with a farmer (Johnny Downs).
Rumpelstiltskin is a 1995 comedy fantasy horror film directed by Mark Jones and starring Max Grodénchik as the title character.
Eagles Over London (1969)
Eagles Over London (Italian: La battaglia d'Inghilterra), is a 1969 "macaroni combat" war film directed by Enzo G. Castellari.
Fang Shi Yu yu Hu Hui Qian (1976)
Heroism and romance combine in an action-packed martial arts story. When the Shaolin are betrayed by White-Browed Hermit, hotheaded warrior-hero Fong Sai Yuk vows revenge.
The Flying Guillotine (1975)
A paranoid emperor begins exterminating anyone he fears is his enemy, arming his guards with an innovative new weapon; one soldier, however, becomes disillusioned.
Someone to Remember (1943)
Someone to Remember is a 1943 American drama film directed by Robert Siodmak and written by Frances Hyland. The film stars Mabel Paige, Harry Shannon, John Craven, Dorothy Morris, Charles Dingle and David Bacon. The film was released on August 21, 1943, by Republic Pictures.
Strange Gardens (2003)
In 1960, teen Lucien (Damien Jouillerot) is embarrassed by his father, Jacques (Jacques Villeret), who performs as a clown on street corners. Jacques' best friend, Andr (Andr Dussollier), defends the behavior, telling Lucien his father's conduct is linked to an experience during World War II. Jacques and Andr were part of the French Resistance and imprisoned and sentenced to death by the Nazis. But they were freed because of Jacques' friendship with a guard who often impersonated a clown.
The Working Girls (1974)
The Working Girls is a 1974 American drama film directed by Stephanie Rothman and starring Sarah Kennedy, Laurie Rose and Cassandra Peterson. Three woman sharing an apartment in Los Angeles are all endangered by the men in their lives.
A fight between young brothers spirals out of control.
The Secret Rapture (1993)
The Secret Rapture is a 1993 British drama film directed by Howard Davies. The screenplay by David Hare is based on his 1988 play of the same title.
The Further Adventures Of Tennessee Buck (1988)
A world-class hunter (David Keith) boozily agrees to take a rich city couple (Kathy Shower, Brant Van Hoffman) through Borneo cannibal country.
Miss Grant Takes Richmond (1949)
Dick Richmond (William Holden, Sunset Boulevard) is a sharp bookmaker whose unproductive real estate office is a cover for his gambling operation. Unaware of his real line of work, eager but incompetent Ellen Grant (Lucille Ball, TV's "I Love Lucy") signs on as Dick's secretary and, anxious to make a name for herself—and to help family and friends—presses him into a building project to ease the post-war housing shortage. Dick siphons the cash from unsuspecting homebuyers to pay his debts to a big-time syndicate, leaving his ditzy secretary charged with embezzlement. When the lovely head of the syndicate, Peggy Donato (Janis Carter, Night Editor), offers to tear up his marker in exchange for romance, Dick must choose between the easy, grifting lifestyle or saving his secretary's hide! Newly remastered.
The Prizefighter and the Lady (1933)
The Prizefighter and the Lady is a 1933 pre-Code Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer romance film starring Myrna Loy and the professional boxers Max Baer, Primo Carnera, and Jack Dempsey. The film was adapted for the screen by John Lee Mahin and John Meehan from a story by Frances Marion. Marion was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Writing, Original Story.
Here Is Harold (2014)
When he loses his job to IKEA, Harold decides to kidnap the company's founder.
The Time Machine (1978)
The Time Machine is a 1978 American made-for-television science fiction-adventure film produced by Sunn Classic Pictures as a part of their Classics Illustrated series. Despite updating the plot to take place in the late 1970s, the film, which starred John Beck and Priscilla Barnes, was intended to be a more faithful plot recreation of the original novel by H.G. Wells—as opposed to the 1960 film adaptation, which took several liberties. The film was broadcast November 5, 1978 during the November Sweeps on NBC.
Ugly Aur Pagli (2008)
Ugly Aur Pagli is a 2008 Indian Hindi comedy film starring Ranvir Shorey and Mallika Sherawat. It is directed by Sachin Khot and produced by Pritish Nandy. The film tells the story of the strange relationship between a young Mumbai engineering student and a girl he meets on the train. Ugly Aur Pagli is an uncredited remake of the Korean film My Sassy Girl with many scenes taken directly from the original film.
The legendary empire of the lost continent of Mu reappears to threaten the world with domination. While countries unite to resist, an isolated World War II Captain has created the greatest warship ever seen, and possibly the surface world's only defense.
Bread, Love and Dreams (1953)
For the Korean TV show, see King of Baking, Kim Tak Goo.
Bread, Love and Dreams (Italian: Pane, amore e fantasia) is a 1953 Italian romantic comedy film directed by Luigi Comencini. At the 4th Berlin International Film Festival it won the Silver Bear award.
The Playgirls and the Vampire (1960)
The Playgirls and the Vampire is a 1960 Italian horror film directed and written by Piero Regnoli.
Time to Kill (2014)
A hit man tries to think of something to do to pass the time while waiting for his latest mark to return home.
Margaret Cho: CHO Revolution (2004)
Comedian Margaret Cho performs live at the Wiltern Theatre in Los Angeles.
A paralyzed woman learns to find hope and adjust to a new life after her husband passes.
A Thousand Suns (2014)
History of the Gamo Highlands of the African Rift Valley.
The Policeman's Wife (2013)
The Police Officer's Wife (German: Die Frau des Polizisten) is a 2013 German drama film directed by Philip Gröning. It was screened in the main competition section at the 70th Venice International Film Festival where it won the Special Jury Prize.
Sakima and the Masked Marvel (1966)
During World War II, a masked crimefighter hunts down secret agents and saboteurs in this edited version of "The Masked Marvel" serial.
A Wednesday! (2008)
A Wednesday! is a 2008 Indian thriller film written and directed by Neeraj Pandey. It stars Naseeruddin Shah and Anupam Kher. Set between 2 pm and 6 pm on a Wednesday, the film depicts an about-to-retire police commissioner narrating a sequence of events that unfolded on a particular Wednesday. There does not exist any written record. The awareness of the incident exists only in his mind and in those of several individuals who were involved, willingly and unwillingly, and how those events affected the lives of all the concerned people. It was the inspiration for Tamil movie Unnaipol Oruvan, Telugu movie Eeenadu, and also the Hollywood movie A Common Man.
No Tengas Miedo (2011)
Don't Be Afraid (Spanish: No tengas miedo) is a 2011 Spanish drama film directed by Montxo Armendáriz.
Big Rascal (1979)
Two brothers help a big operator guard his gambling house from thugs.
Into The Badlands (1991)
Into the Badlands is a 1991 American western horror film, released directly to TV. It stars Bruce Dern, Mariel Hemingway, and Helen Hunt.
The film was directed by Sam Pillsbury and written by Dick Beebe, Marjorie David, and Gordon T. Dawson.
It was nominated for a 1992 Primetime Emmy in Cinematography for a Miniseries or a Special (Johnny E. Jensen, director of Photography).
The Big Steal (1949)
The Big Steal is a 1949 American black-and-white film noir/comedy reteaming Out of the Past stars Robert Mitchum and Jane Greer. The film was directed by Don Siegel, based on the short story "The Road to Carmichael's" by Richard Wormser.
Prisoner Of Love (1999)
An erotic thriller in which Campbell is the witness to a violent crime and is kidnapped by one of the offenders.
War of the Robots (1978)
War of the Robots is an Italian film directed by Alfonso Brescia.