George Carlin: George's Best Stuff (1996)
George's Best Stuff is a compilation of some of Carlin's legendary routines;including "A Place For My Stuff," "Dogs and Cats," "Baseball and Football," "Losing Things," "Al Sleet the Hippy-Dippy Weather Man," the notorious "Seven Words You Can Never Say on Television," and many more. A great collection of some of the best standup comedy ever performed.
The Land Before Time XIII: The Wisdom of Friends (2007)
Get ready for lots of laughs with your favorite prehistoric pals and their new friends in their funniest journey ever! Featuring memorable new songs and the hilarious voice talents of Academy Award® winner Cuba Gooding Jr. and Golden Globe® winner Sandra Oh (Grey's Anatomy), it's an adventure filled with dino-riffic fun and heartwarming friendship! Littlefoot, Cera, Spike, Petrie and Ducky are excited to meet two goofy and lovable yellow-bellied Beipiaosauruses, Loofah and Doofah, who have lost their way while traveling to the distant Berry Valley. Loofah and Doofah seem to be too clumsy to find the way back, so Littlefoot and the others decide to help their new friends while sharing important life lessons called Wisdoms along the way. By the time they reach Berry Valley, Littlefoot realizes that even though the Yellow Bellies don't follow his Wisdoms very well, their silly techniques work just fine.
The Other Half of the Sky: A China Memoir (1975)
The Other Half of the Sky: A China Memoir is a 1975 American documentary film directed by Shirley MacLaine and Claudia Weill. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.
World's Biggest Penis (2006)
Planta 4ª (2003)
Planta 4ª (English: The 4th Floor) is a 2003 Spanish film directed by Antonio Mercero and starring Juan José Ballesta, Alejandro Zafra, Gorka Moreno, Luis Ángel Priego, and Monti Castiñeiras. It was nominated for Best Picture in the 2004 Goya Awards.
A Very Crazy Asylum (1970)
The Alienist (Portuguese: Azyllo Muito Louco, also known as O Alienista) is a 1970 Brazilian comedy film directed by Nelson Pereira dos Santos. The film was entered into the 1970 Cannes Film Festival.
The Day After Trinity (1981)
The Day After Trinity (a.k.a. The Day After Trinity: J. Robert Oppenheimer and the Atomic Bomb) is a 1980 documentary film directed and produced by Jon H. Else in association with KTEH public television in San Jose, California. The film tells the story of J. Robert Oppenheimer (1904–1967), the theoretical physicist who led the effort to build the first atomic bomb, tested in July 1945 at Trinity site in New Mexico. Featuring candid interviews with several Manhattan Project scientists, as well as newly declassified archival footage, The Day After Trinity was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature of 1980, and received a Peabody Award in 1981. The film's title comes from an interview seen near the conclusion of the documentary. Robert Oppenheimer is asked for his thoughts on Sen. Robert Kennedy's efforts to urge President Lyndon Johnson to initiate talks to stop the spread of nuclear weapons. "It's 20 years too late," Oppenheimer replies. After a pause he states, "It should have been done the day after Trinity."
Submarine: Hidden Hunter (2005)
Abbott and Costello Meet Jerry Seinfeld (1994)
Omid Djalili: Live in London (2009)
Lenin, You Rascal, You (1972)
Lenin, You Rascal, You (Danish: Lenin, din gavtyv) is a 1972 Danish comedy film directed by Kirsten Stenbæk and starring Peter Steen.
Tiempo sin aire (2015)
Una chica de Chicago (1958)
A Girl from Chicago (Spanish:Una chica de Chicago) is a 1960 Spanish comedy film directed by Manuel Mur Oti and starring Ana Bertha Lepe, Javier Armet and Rafael Durán.
My Prince. My King. (2011)
A Confession (2011)
For the End of Time (2008)
Península Mitre (2017)
Police Car 17 (1933)
Prince of Arcadia (1933)
Prince of Arcadia is a 1933 British musical comedy film directed by Hanns Schwarz and starring Carl Brisson, Margot Grahame, Ida Lupino and Peter Gawthorne. The screenplay concerns a Ruritanian Prince who is due to marry a princess with acting ambitions, but has fallen in love with another woman.
El Sacrificio (2016)
Back at the Staircase (2018)
Mail Early for Xmas (1959)
Write of Passage (2011)
Depression: Out of the Shadows (2008)
Cool It, Charlie (1969)
Cochise County USA: Cries from the Border (2005)
The Private Life of Helen of Troy (1927)
The Private Life of Helen of Troy is a 1927 American silent film about Helen of Troy based on a novel by John Erskine and adapted to screen by Gerald C. Duffy. The film was directed by Alexander Korda and starred María Corda as Helen, Lewis Stone as Menelaus, and Ricardo Cortez as Paris. Coming at the end of the silent film era, it received the honor of being nominated for an Academy Award in 1929, the year of the Awards' inception, in the category of Best Title Writing. However, Gerald Duffy died on 25 June 1928, and he has the distinction of being the first person to be posthumously nominated for an Academy Award. That same year, the first "talkie", The Jazz Singer, received an honorary award for introducing sound to film, and the category for which The Private Life of Helen of Troy was nominated was dropped by the second Academy Awards. Two sections from the beginning and end, running about 27–30 minutes in total, are reportedly all that survive of The Private Life of Helen of Troy; they are preserved by the British Film Institute.
Hammer & Tickle (2007)
Hammer & Tickle: The Communist Joke Book is a 2006 documentary film about nature of Russian political jokes under the powerful and socially restrictive Communist regime of the Soviet Union and her satellite nations. The film's name exemplifies the kind of mockery or criticism of the regime that the Soviet government would have found to be disagreeable by playing on the symbol of communism itself, the hammer and sickle. The film tells the story of the power that jokes had to enable social and political change and advance personal freedoms from within the USSR - the film's opening scene takes quote from George Orwell's 1984: "Every joke is a tiny revolution."
Leaving Amish Paradise (2011)
Wenn die Alpenrosen blüh'n (1955)
When the Alpine Roses Bloom (German: Wenn die Alpenrosen blüh'n) is a 1955 West German drama film directed by Richard Haussler and Hans Deppe and starring Hertha Feiler, Claus Holm and Marianne Hold. Along with As Long as the Roses Bloom it was one of two follow-ups directed by Depp to his hit 1953 heimatfilm When the White Lilacs Bloom Again
It was shot at the CCC Studios in Berlin and on location in the Austrian state of Tyrol. The film's sets were designed by the art director Heinrich Weidemann.
Super Robot Dumbass (2011)
Marco und der Wolf (2004)
The Lowdown on Lowbrow (2006)
Against The Wild (2013)
Against the Wild is a 2013 Canadian direct-to-video children's film starring CJ Adams, Erin Pitt, Natasha Henstridge and Ted Whittall. The film is directed by Canadian director Richard Boddington.
VeggieTales: Sheerluck Holmes and the Golden Ruler (2006)
Larry the Cucumber is detective dynamo Sheerluck Holmes and Bob the Tomato his venerable sidekick Dr. Watson. Together their superlative powers of observation and forensic fortitude can solve any crime. But because Sheerluck takes all the credit for the pair's sleuthing savvy, the missing Golden Ruler - the most valuable and prized treasure in all of Buckingham Palace - may never be recovered. Will Sheerluck remember the all-important golden rule in time to rescue the ruler and save his friendship? Find out in the nail-biting VeggieTales mystery Sheerluck and the Golden Ruler. Plus Archibald Asparagus as Don Quixote in "The Asparagus of LaMancha."
Raggedy Man (1981)
Sissy Spacek stars in this bittersweet drama about a young mother, her two sons and the mysterious benefactor who touches them all. Frustrated by her dead-end job as a telephone operator and divorced from her drunken second husband (Sam Shepard), Nita finds comfort and understanding in the arms of a passing sailor (Eric Roberts). When he leaves, Nita resolves to pick up her boys and start a new life. But first she must confront backstabbing townspeople and the violent Triplett brothers (William Sanderson and Tracey Walker) in this suspense-tinged story of being scared, being alone, being in love and being strong enough to face the truth.
If A Tree Falls: A Story Of The Earth Liberation Front (2011)
If a Tree Falls: A Story of the Earth Liberation Front is a 2011 American documentary film by filmmaker Marshall Curry. It tells the story of eco-terrorist Daniel G. McGowan of the Earth Liberation Front (ELF), from his first arson attacks in 1996 to his 2005 arrest by the Department of Justice. The film also examines the ethics of the ELF at large and how terrorism is to be defined.
Premiering at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival, If a Tree Falls was rapidly acclaimed by critics. Many considered it one of the best documentaries of 2011 for its thought-provoking portrayal of complex environmental and political issues. It won a number of awards, and was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.
A Lawless Street (1955)
A Lawless Street is a 1955 American Technicolor Western film directed by Joseph H. Lewis and starring Randolph Scott and Angela Lansbury. The film is also known as The Marshal of Medicine Bend in the United States.
Justin Bieber: Always Believing (2011)
Go beyond the music to learn what it took for Justin Bieber, a boy from small town with a passion for music, to dominate the pop charts around the world. Packed with exclusive interviews with fellow touring artists Mindless Behavior as well as friend and rapper Lil Twist, this comprehensive biography also features rare footage of Selena Gomez and celebrity insights on the "Bieber Phenomenon" from Usher, Drake, Sean Kingston and Nicki Minaj. Experience Justin's remarkable journey from YouTube sensation to the biggest superstar on the planet... a story that will keep millions of fans always believing!
Thorium Remix 2011 (2011)
While researching means of powering a NASA space colony, Kirk Sorensen stumbles across ORNL's Thorium Molten Salt Reactor. History of this design is recounted as well as the politics (and lack of weaponizable byproduct) which killed it.
The Making of 'Nightmare on Elm Street IV' (1989)
This one hour behind-the-scenes look at the Niightmare On Elnm Street films, covers the first four installments with a look at how the amazing special effects, stunts, and Freddy Kruger make-up were created. Interviews with the cast and crew of Nightmare On Elm Street 4, as well as the legendary director and creator of the Nightmare franchise Wes Craven.
Ronald Reagan: An American Journey (2011)
A history of the political career of the 40th president of the United States spotlights milestones that he helped to establish.
The Crow: Wicked Prayer (2005)
The Crow: Wicked Prayer is a 2005 American supernatural superhero film directed by Lance Mungia and inspired by Norman Partridge's novel of the same title. It is the fourth installment of The Crow film series. The movie was filmed in the summer of 2003. It had a one-week theatrical premiere on June 3, 2005 at AMC Pacific Place Theatre in Seattle, Washington before being released to video on July 19, 2005. Like the other sequels to the cult movie The Crow, it had a poor critical reception.
The War of the Worlds (2005)
H. G. Wells's The War of the Worlds (a.k.a. The Classic War of the Worlds or just War of the Worlds) is the first of three reworked direct-to-video film versions, first appearing in 2005, that adapts H. G. Wells' novel of the same name about a Martian invasion of southern England. This version, noted for its faithfulness to Wells's novel, was produced by the independent film company Pendragon Pictures. Unlike the adaptations set in the current day United States, this was the first film set in the novel's original 1898 Victorian England.
BMF: The Rise and Fall of a Hip-Hop Drug Empire (2012)
BMF Entertainment served as the front for a nation-wide cocaine trafficking enterprise that was headed by the Black Mafia Family. The film documents the 15-year-long sting operation carried out by the FBI, DEA, and HIDTA to bring the drug empire down.
Elementary My Dear Watson: The Man Behind Sherlock Holmes (2009)
Without doubt Sherlock Holmes is the most famous detective in print and on film. He has been with us for generations and is constantly remade and retold. He became more widely known than his author, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, and thousands even believe he actually existed as a real man and lived in Baker Street, London.
There is another character in the stories that is often neglected and misunderstood and that is Dr. Watson. We take a deep look into the character of Dr. Watson to expose his origin. He may have been more than just a story telling device used to highlight the genius of Watson. Join us as Philip Gardiner and Brian Allen unlock the mysteries of Dr. Watson, the man behind Sherlock Holmes.
People have to overcome their weaknesses to face reality.
Scrap Happy Daffy (1943)
Scrap Happy Daffy is a Warner Bros. World War II short featuring Daffy Duck, directed by Frank Tashlin and released in 1943. Daffy is the guard of a scrap yard, doing his part to help America win the war against the Nazis, but the Nazis decide to destroy his scrap pile by sending a billy goat out to eat everything in sight.
The short was also the final appearance of Daffy Duck in black and white.
Far From Home (2014)
Following the death of his uncle, a writer (Barry Watson) returns to his hometown, an island with an uncertain future.
All the Time In The World (2015)
Filmmaker Suzanne Crocker leaves her daily life behind in search of a simpler life with her family in the Yukon for nine months.
Sex Life of Plants (2016)
Bárbara wants to have a child with Guille, but when he becomes slow after a head injury, she loses her sexual attraction to him.
Girlfriends of Christmas Past (2016)
When three hilarious, strong-willed women join forces to seek the ultimate revenge on their cheating ex at his upcoming holiday retreat, love struck event planner Livvy meets Carter, the property manager organizing it all, leaving Livvy to question if she can leave off their revenge scheme long enough to finally forgive her ex and let a real holiday romance blossom.
When landowners In the British countryside discover there is an intruder on their land, they decide to play a twisted game. Without a clue to the danger he is in, the trespasser ventures deeper into the property, where things are not what they seem.
The Whispering Star (2015)
The Whispering Star (ひそひそ星) is a 2015 Japanese science fiction film directed by Sion Sono. The film was released in 2016 and, in March 2016, was played during the Environmental Film Festival at the National Museum of American History, Warner Brothers Theater, in Washington, DC.
Stelvio. Crocevia della Pace (2015)
The Stelvio Pass in the Italian Alps offers a breathtaking landscape and summer skiing, but just 100 years ago, it was the highest and coldest battlefield of World War I.
City of Trees (2015)
City of Trees is a 2015 independent documentary film, directed by Brandon Kramer and produced by Meridian Hill Pictures in association with Kartemquin Films and Magic Labs Media. City of Trees follows two years in the life of trainees and directors in the Washington Parks and People DC Green Corps, a green job training program funded by an American Recovery & Reinvestment Act grant. The film takes place primarily in Wards 1, 7 and 8 in Washington, DC.
The film premiered at the 2015 American Conservation Film Festival on October 5, 2015 and on the PBS/World Channel series America ReFramed on April 19, 2016.
River of Exploding Durians (2014)
In this sweeping drama inspired by real-life events, a group of students fight for their hometown against the construction of a radioactive rare earth plant–growing up and falling in love even in the face of sociopolitical turmoil.
Broken Leg (2014)
A perennial student needs to take care of her sister's husband, who is dealing with a broken leg, for a weekend to prove she's responsible enough for yet another student loan.
The Musketeers of Pig Alley (1912)
The Musketeers of Pig Alley is a 1912 American short drama and a gangster film. It is directed by D. W. Griffith and written by Griffith and Anita Loos. It is also credited for its early use of follow focus, a fundamental tool in cinematography.
Sweet Insanity (2006)
A high school senior (Rebekah Hoyle) becomes aware that the new girl in school (Mackenzie Firgens) has brought something evil with her.
57,000 Kilometers Between Us (2008)
A teenager tries to make connections while building a relationship with her transsexual father and a stepdad who posts online every detail of their family.
The Other Kind (2015)
A family sets out to save their youngest, an eccentric poet who believes Bukowksi lives in his head.
Solange and the living (2016)
One day, while Solange is studying sheep-shaped dust formations in her apartment, the doorbell rings. A deliveryman claims to have a package for her. Solange is formal in her response: That’s impossible.
Fell, Jumped or Pushed (2016)
A group of aspiring documentary filmmakers with zero experience sets out to save the world by making an important, feminist film. The trouble is that none of them, including hapless leader Todd Peters, have any idea of how to do that or what their masterpiece should be about. Fact and fiction commingle as the wannabe documentarians turn their cameras on an unsuspecting, real-life family of women in Spokane, Wash.
Attacking the Darkness (2015)
Beleaguered film producers go on a mission to save impressionable souls from the evils of role-playing games.
Craig Quits His Day Job (2016)
Craig starts a support group for quitters after he leaves his job.
I'm for the Hippopotamus (1979)
I'm for the Hippopotamus (Italian: Io sto con gli ippopotami) is a 1979 Italian adventure-comedy film directed by Italo Zingarelli and starring Terence Hill and Bud Spencer.
Victoria is a 1979 Swedish drama film directed by Bo Widerberg based on Knut Hamsun's 1898 novel. It was entered into the 1979 Cannes Film Festival.
Stray Bullets (2017)
In 16-year-old Jack Fessenden's directorial debut, teens Connor and Ash head to Ash’s father’s trailer for the weekend. When three crooks on the run from a hitman stash their car nearby, they seek refuge inside the trailer holding the teens hostage. Connor and Ash must now help the criminals before the hitman kills everyone in his wake.
Dirty Work (1933)
Dirty Work is a Pre-Code Laurel and Hardy short film classic comedy made in 1933. It was directed by Lloyd French, produced by Hal Roach and distributed by MGM.
On Top of the Whale (1982)
On Top of the Whale is a 1982 Dutch surreal and magic-realistic fantasy film directed by Chilean Raúl Ruiz while he was in exile and "...is one of his most delirious and ambitious hoax-like fictions".
Christmas with Cookie (2016)
In the distant future, global warming has turned the North Pole into a barren desert. Santa and Mrs. Claus battle skeletons, aliens and the abominable snowman in the unforgiving wastes.
Shot! The Psycho-Spiritual Mantra Of Rock (2017)
Shot! The Psycho-Spiritual Mantra of Rock is an odyssey into the colorful and bohemian tales of rock 'n' roll's history. A cinematic adventure that delves deep into the mind of one of rock's greatest living photographers: Mick Rock. Through the poignant lens of rock 'n' roll mythology; icon-maker, psychedelic explorer, poet, and custodian of dreams Mick Rock navigates his story from the glam rock shimmer of London to the snarl of NYC punk, and deep into the new millennium. Mick turns inward to face himself and the experiences as the visual record-keeper of myths and legends that propelled him into a living icon in this rock n’ roll comeback story. Mick's now infamous images of the likes of David Bowie, Queen, Syd Barrett (Founding member of Pink Floyd), Blondie, Lou Reed and Iggy Pop are now imprinted on our collective psyche forever and generations to come.
Presented in his own words, juxtaposed with spellbinding images and exclusive never-seen or heard archival film footage, audio recordings and original material, this film reveals an enigmatic Rock and his adventurous life both behind the camera and as an integral member of the artist’s entourage working with and shaping some of the most outrageous, recognized and accomplished musicians and personalities of the past forty years. An icon-maker, and icon in his own right, Rock is among a very few photographers who himself is photographed walking red carpets in Los Angeles, London, New York and around the globe.
The Venerable Ones (1963)
The Venerable Ones (Spanish: Los venerables todos) is a 1962 Argentine film written and directed by Manuel Antín. It was entered into the 1963 Cannes Film Festival.
Man on Pink Corner (1962)
Hombre de la Esquina Rosada (Man on Pink Corner) is a 1962 Argentine film directed by René Múgica, based on the story by Jorge Luis Borges. It was shown at the Cannes and San Sebastián film festivals.Borges viewed the film favourably, commenting "he did a good job with the possibilities provided by the plot".
Hotel of the Damned (2016)
An ex-con and his daughter stumble upon an abandoned hotel populated by cannibals.
Sinbad and the War of the Furies (2016)
On a treasure hunt gone wrong, modern-day adventurer Sinbad accidentally releases the Furies, three beautiful but terrible ancient beings powerful enough to threaten life on Earth.
Bad People (2016)
Shorts prove that everyone has a dark side.
Plan Z (2016)
A man has to find the courage to stick to his plan when there is a zombie outbreak.
Skateboarding's First Wave (2016)
An examination of the early days of skateboarding culture in Southern California and the kids that shaped its role in the media and in society.
Driven to Succeed (2015)
The owner of a D-rate driving academy and his moronic staff try to save their jobs when a politician targets them for elimination.
Secret Santa (2015)
A killer crashes a liquor-filled Secret Santa party, bringing a special, deadly gift for each guest.
Devil in the Dark (2017)
Two brother enter the woods for a hunting trip. The tides turn quickly as they become the hunted.
Ghosts of Darkness (2017)
Two paranormal investigators are unexpectedly thrown together in the hope of solving a 100-year mystery.
Locked for three nights in a house with a dark and unsettling past, the two investigators must put their differences to one side and work together. They soon discover the myths and stories are nothing compared to what actually resides within the eerie walls of Richwood Manor.
Skepticism and showmanship are soon put to one side when the two investigators realize there is more at stake than just their professional reputation. For once they have stumbled onto the real thing, but this time it’s their own lives at stake.
Another Yeti a Love Story: Life on the Streets (2017)
A man is dragged into Los Angeles's seedy underbelly when his yeti baby is kidnapped.
Come Down Molly (2015)
Molly accepts an invitation from a group of old high school friends to go on a weekend trip to the mountains. When Molly's trip turns into an out-of-body experience, she is forced to choose between the past and the future.
One of Us (2017)
On a mission to find her friend Haley, investigative journalist Melanie Roberts tracks down the Ascension Family Commune and goes undercover to discover what exactly is happening there. Under the pretense of joining herself, Melanie meets Brent, the magnetic leader of the group, and charms her way into the commune. But Haley isn't there; and the women living on the farm are silent about her disappearance. When Melanie begins having bizarre nightmares, hearing whispers and losing track of where she is, she fears that the journey down the rabbit hole might be a trip she won't return from. Dark secrets are buried in the soil of the commune, and though she doesn't know it, Melanie is already in too deep. Can she break free from Brent's thrall to save herself and the lost souls at the commune before it's too late?
Little Superman (1975)
A Chinese officer and his friend smuggle important war documents out of Japan and into Hong Kong.
Prevenge is a 2016 British comedy slasher film written by, directed by and starring Alice Lowe in her directorial debut.
The film is about a pregnant woman - Ruth - whose partner died in a climbing accident when he was cut loose by the rest of his group. Ruth becomes convinced that her foetus is compelling her to murder and she tracks down the other people who were involved in the climbing accident for revenge.
The film is due for release in cinemas in February 2017.
The majority of Prevenge was filmed in Cardiff in under two weeks whilst Alice Lowe was herself pregnant.
Blood Will Have Blood (2017)
A backstage romance leads a pair of actors down a dark path, as they discover their lives beginning to mirror the story of Shakespeare’s bloodiest play.
Bullets, Fangs and Dinner at 8 (2016)
Set in modern day suburbia, a subculture of wanna-be “Vampires” has taken its obsessions too far and turned itself into a violent cult. After the cult orchestrates a shooting during mass at a local church, seminary student Michael Collins organizes a group of Christian vigilantes — calling themselves ‘Vampire Hunters’ — to avenge his people. Guerrilla warfare ensues.
Making matters more perilous for Michael is the fact that he is the only member of his church who knows the truth about its most well-respected priest: Pastor Steven Cooper is secretly the leader of the vampire cult, plotting the church’s demise from within.
Bitcoin: The End of Money as We Know It (2015)
Filmmakers explore digital currencies and their place in the evolving world of commerce.
Borderland Blues (2017)
Filmmaker Gudrun Gruber examines the lives of people living along the Mexican border in Arizona.
An aging crook double-crosses his associates and runs afoul of his duplicitous daughter.
Julius Caesar (1914)
Julius Caesar is a 1914 Italian silent historical film directed by Enrico Guazzoni and starring Amleto Novelli, Bruto Castellani and Pina Menichelli. Taking minor inspiration from William Shakespeare's 1599 play of the same title, the film portrays the events leading up to the assassination of Julius Caesar. In the wake of Guazzoni's internationally successful Quo Vadis it was produced on an epic scale, including vast sets recreating Ancient Rome and more than 20,000 extras.
Wuthering Heights (1988)
Wuthering Heights is a 1988 Japanese drama film directed by Yoshishige Yoshida, based on the novel by Emily Brontë. It was entered into the 1988 Cannes Film Festival.
Long Live the King (2016)
Long Live the Kong is a feature documentary that explores the enduring fascination with one of the biggest stars in Hollywood history - the mighty King Kong.
Paraguay Remembered (2017)
Filmmaker Dominique Dubosc returns to Paraguay.
Tobacco Burn (2014)
Slaves on a tobacco farm rise up against their brutal overseer 35 years before the Civil War.