Bala (2019)

Bala is an upcoming 2019 Bollywood satirical black comedy film directed by Amar Kaushik and produced by Dinesh Vijan. The film stars Ayushmann Khurrana, Yami Gautam, and Bhumi Pednekar, with Saurabh Shukla, Javed Jaffrey, and Seema Pahwa playing supporting roles. Principal photography began on 6 May 2019 and ended on 7 July 2019. The film is scheduled for release on 15 November 2019.

Eureka (2000)

Eureka (ユリイカ Yuriika) is a 2000 Japanese drama film directed and written by Shinji Aoyama. It stars Kōji Yakusho, Aoi Miyazaki, and Masaru Miyazaki.

American Desi (2001)

American Desi is a 2001 American film with Indian influence, notable for featuring many prominent South Asian American actors. Also featured is an a cappella version of Nazia Hassan's Urdu classic "Aap Jaisa Koi", sung by Penn Masala and originally from the movie Qurbani. The term Desi in the title refers to the peoples and cultures of the Indian subcontinent.

Double Wedding (2010)

Complications arise when twin sisters (Tia Mowry, Tamera Mowry) unknowingly date the same man.

Behind Enemy Lines (1997)

Behind Enemy Lines is an American 1997 action film starring Thomas Ian Griffith, Chris Mulkey, Mark Carlton, and Spanky Manikan. A former Marine and his well trained crew, return to Vietnam, after he discovers a former colleague isn't dead but being held by a sadistic Communist general.

The Nun (2005)

Years ago, a cruel and merciless nun turned boarding school into a living hell for her students until they could no longer bear theabuse...and she mysteriously disappeared. Now the alumnae are being brutally murdered one by one. Feeling a familiar and evil presence, the surviving women regroup to save their lives and lay the nun to rest one final time.

Volunteers (1985)

Tom Hanks and John Candy find themselves an unlikely pair out to do good or have fun trying with the Peace Corps in Thailand! Is there a female volunteer safe from Hanks at his most hilarious?

Sparrows Can't Sing (1963)

There’s panic in Stepney: tearaway Charlie Gooding is back from two years at sea. The trouble is that Charlie isn’t up to date with the news. He doesn’t know, for instance, that the street where he lived has been pulled to the ground since he left, and all that is left of his house is a pile of rubble in a sea of modern flats. And, he's about to find out that his wife Maggie has set up house with Bert, a local bus driver, in one of the new skyscraper blocks.

Laser Moon (1993)

A talk-radio DJ fields his troubled listeners' calls while a serial killer stalks women with a surgical laser.

Blood Rites (2012)

When the drug deal goes bad, Nikki is trapped in a warehouse with an enforcer, gunshot victim, addict and 3 hostages. Exits are blocked and in the dark something lurks. A demon demands to be born and a bizarre blood rite will release it.

It's Entertainment (2014)

Entertainment is a 2014 Bollywood comedy masala film directed by the duo Sajid-Farhad in their directorial debut. Starring Junior, Akshay Kumar Tamannaah Bhatia in the lead roles, the film is produced by Ramesh S. Taurani of Tips Industries Limited. Entertainment was released on 8 August 2014.

Kickboxer 3: The Art Of War (1992)

Kickboxer 3: The Art of War is a 1992 direct-to-video martial-arts film directed by Rick King. The film is the third in the Kickboxer film series with only Sasha Mitchell and Dennis Chan returning from the previous films. It was also the last film to feature Dennis Chan as Xian Chow.

The Party (1980)

La Boum (English title: The Party or Ready for Love) is a 1980 French comedy film directed by Claude Pinoteau and starring Sophie Marceau, appearing in her film début. Written by Danièle Thompson and Claude Pinoteau, the film is about a thirteen-year-old French girl finding her way at a new high school and coping with domestic problems. The film was an international box-office hit, earning 4,378,500 admissions in France. The music was written by Vladimir Cosma, with Richard Sanderson singing the song "Reality". A sequel movie, La Boum 2, was released in 1982.

Slingshot (2005)

Mercy is a 2005 American independent crime film written and directed by Jay Alaimo and starring David Arquette, Thora Birch and Balthazar Getty.

No Place for Jennifer (1950)

No Place for Jennifer is a 1950 British film directed by Henry Cass and starring Leo Genn, Rosamund John, Guy Middleton and Janette Scott. In the film, a young girl experiences trauma when her parents divorce. It was based on a novel by Phyllis Hambleton.

Innersection: Black (2011)

The 25 two-minute surf movies that make up Taylor Steele’s Innersection: Blue were each created by the surfers themselves

The Night of Truth (2004)

Night of Truth (French: La nuit de la vérité) is a 2004 French/Burkinabe film, the first by director Fanta Régina Nacro. Set in a fictional West-African country, this film tells the story of the night of reconciliation between two ethnic groups, the Nayak and the Bonandés. After ten years of war and much bloodshed, Théo, leader of the Bonandés, invites the Nayak president to come and make peace. However, things do not go as smoothly as planned. The film is in French and Dioula.

Gunhed (1989)

GUNHED is a 1989 Japanese science fiction action film directed by Masato Harada.

The Ski Bum (1971)

The Ski Bum is a 1971 American drama film directed by Bruce D. Clark, written by Bruce D. Clark and Marc Siegler, and starring Zalman King, Charlotte Rampling, Joseph Mell, Dimitra Arliss, Tedd King and Dwight Marfield. Based on the 1965 novel The Ski Bum by Romain Gary, it was released on December 1, 1971, by Embassy Pictures.

Suzhou River (2000)

Suzhou River is a 2000 film by Lou Ye about a tragic love story set in contemporary Shanghai. The film, though stylistically distinct, is typical of "Sixth Generation" Chinese filmmakers in its subject matter of contemporary China's gritty urban experience. The film stars Zhou Xun in a dual role as two different women and Jia Hongsheng as a man obsessed with finding a woman from his past. The film was co-produced by the German Essential Films and China's Dream Factory.

Jal (2013)

Jal is a 2013 Indian Hindi-language romance film set in the Rann of Kutch, India, and follows an overconfident water diviner Bakka who tries to solve the drought problems in his village, but faces unforeseen circumstances when he tries to help a female bird watcher save flamingos. The film is directed by Girish Malik and is his debut film as a director.

Cinéman (2009)

A math teacher meets the woman of his dreams after magically transporting into a movie.

Weapons Of Mass Distraction (1997)

Weapons of Mass Distraction is a 1997 television film directed by Stephen Surjik and starring Gabriel Byrne, Ben Kingsley and Wooski Hart, Mimi Rogers, Jeffrey Tambor, and other stars in an ensemble cast, about two media moguls and their fight over ownership of a professional American football team. It was written by Larry Gelbart.

Eskimo Nell (1975)

Eskimo Nell, also known as The Ballad of Eskimo Nell and as The Sexy Saga of Naughty Nell and Big Dick, is a 1975 British film directed by Martin Campbell and produced by Stanley Long. Though inspired by "The Ballad of Eskimo Nell", the movie owes little to the original bawdy song.

Blood Harvest (1987)

Blood Harvest is a 1987 American slasher film directed by Bill Rebane and starring Tiny Tim. It is the only feature film he starred in. Peter Krause appears in his first feature film role. Made in 1987 and released through Titan International, it had a limited theatrical exposure.

Transistor Love Story (2001)

Monrak Transistor is a 2001 Thai film directed by Pen-Ek Ratanaruang. Blending several genres, including comedy, romance, musical and crime, it is the story of a young man named Pan and his odyssey after he goes AWOL from the army and tries to make it as a luk thung singing star.

Classic Dance of Love (2005)

Classic - Dance of Love is a 2005 Hindi-language Indian feature film directed by Babbar Subhash, starring Mithun Chakraborty, Vikas Bhardwaj and Meghna Naidu with Shashi Kiran, Navin Nischol featuring in supporting roles. Mithun Chakraborty is the antagonist as well as the protagonist in the movie.

A Monkey in Winter (1962)

A Monkey in Winter (French: Un singe en hiver) is a 1962 French drama film directed by Henri Verneuil. It is based on the novel A Monkey in Winter by Antoine Blondin. Set in a Normandy seaside town, it recounts the meeting and parting of two men at odds with life, one an old hotel keeper who dreams of dashing deeds in pre-war China and the other a young advertising executive who imagines he is an incarnation of Hispanic masculinity.

Impolite (1992)

Impolite is a 1992 Canadian mystery film starring Robert Wisden, Suzy Joachim, Kevin McNulty and Christopher Plummer.

Inkaar (1977)

Inkaar is a 1977 Hindi movie produced by Romu N. Sippy and directed by Raj N. Sippy. the film stars Vinod Khanna, Vidya Sinha, Shreeram Lagoo, Amjad Khan. The music is by Rajesh Roshan.

Casanova 70 (1965)

The amorous adventures of Andrea Rossi-Colombotti, an army officer who finds pleasure with beautiful women in life-threatening situations.

Závrat (1963)

A student feels that he has become detached from reality.

Pinjar (2003)

Pinjar (Hindi: पिंजर, Urdu: پنجر‎, Punjabi: ਪਿੰਜਰ; English:The Cage) is a 2003 Indian period drama film directed by Chandraprakash Dwivedi. The movie is about the Hindu-Muslim problems during the partition of India. The film is based on a Punjabi novel of the same name, written by Amrita Pritam. Urmila Matondkar, Manoj Bajpayee and Sanjay Suri are in the lead roles. Besides critical acclaim, the film also won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film on National Integration.

3:15 (1986)

When a former street-gang member is mistakenly targeted as a drug informant, he embarks on a one-man quest for justice.

Here (2009)

Here is a Singaporean film released in 2009, written and directed by Tzu Nyen Ho. The film was selected for screening at the 41st Directors Fortnight section at the Cannes Film Festival and was also nominated for Golden Kinnaree Award in 2009.

Su excelencia (1967)

Cantinflas works at the embassy for his native Los Cocos, distributing visas to those wishing to visit his homeland. At this time, the world is divided into two sections: those countries that are red and those that are green. Because both sides are evenly matched and Los Cocos has the deciding vote, Cantinflas becomes the Ambassador to of Los Cocos and both sides try to persuade him to join them.

The Salt of Life (2011)

In his warm and witty follow-up to the 2010 sleeper hit Mid-August Lunch , writer-director-actor Gianni Di Gregorio has created another sparkling comedy—this time with a dash of the bittersweet. In The Salt of Life , Gianni plays a middle-aged retiree who has become invisible to all distaff Romans, regardless of age or relation. He contends with an aristocratic, spendthrift mother (again played by Lunch ’s great nonagenarian Valeria de Franciscis Bendoni); a wife who is more patronizing friend than romantic partner; a daughter (played by Di Gregorio’s daughter Teresa) with a slacker boyfriend whom Gianni unwillingly befriends; and a wild young neighbor who sees him merely as her dog walker. Watching his “codger” friends snare beautiful younger women on the sun-kissed cobblestones of Trastevere, Gianni tries his polite, utterly gracious best to generate some kind of extracurricular love life—with both hilarious and poignant results. See also Gianni Di Gregorio's Mid-August Lunch .

Tough to Handle (1937)

Tough to Handle is a 1937 American film directed by S. Roy Luby.

Heartbeats (2010)

Xavier Dolan’s sexy and stylish HEARTBEATS is a comic exploration of a romantically obsessed menage-a-trois. HEARTBEATS was a hit at the Cannes Film Festival, winning the Youth Prize, and an official selection of the 2010 Toronto International Film Festival. Part farce, part exploration of the complexity of love and desire, Heartbeats centers on two close friends, Francis (Xavier Dolan) and Marie (Monia Chokri), who find themselves fighting for the affections of the same striking young man (Neils Schneider). The more intimate the trio becomes, the more unattainable the object of their infatuation seems, sending the friends’ obsession into overdrive.

Hybrid (2000)

Filmmaker Monteith McCollum profiles an Iowa corn farmer and his use of agricultural bioengineering.

Twist of Faith (2013)

A single mother (Toni Braxton) and her gospel community help an Orthodox Jewish cantor (David Julian Hirsh) whose wife and three children were murdered.

Cane Toads: The Conquest (2010)

Mark Lewis (Cane Toads: An Unnatural History) explores one of Australia’s greatest environmental catastrophes as he follows the unstoppable march of the cane toad across the Australian continent. Despised by many, venerated by some, the toad has occupied a nation’s consciousness achieving both cult and criminal status. Despite its international origin the cane toad has become uniquely Australian – yet, for a world wrestling with the idea that we have irretrievably altered our own ecosystem, its story holds universal relevance. Featuring a host of engaging characters as well as thousands of toads, Cane Toads: 3D is a humorous yet thought-provoking journey into the issue of invasive species.

Bed & Board (1970)

Bed and Board (French: Domicile Conjugal) is a 1970 French film directed by François Truffaut. It is the fourth in Truffaut's series of five films about Antoine Doinel, and directly follows Stolen Kisses, showing the married life of Antoine (Jean-Pierre Léaud) and Christine (Claude Jade). The last in the series is Love on the Run.

Droopy's Double Trouble (1951)

Droopy's "Double Trouble" is the 11th animated short featuring Droopy, notable for being the first short to introduce a relative of Droopy's.

The Shooting Party (1985)

The Shooting Party is a 1985 British drama film directed by Alan Bridges and based on the book of the same name by Isabel Colegate. The film is set in 1913 and shows the way of life of English aristocrats, gathered for pheasant shooting and general self-indulgence. Their way of life is contrasted with the local rural poor, who serve as 'beaters', driving the game for the aristocrats to shoot. It was entered into the 14th Moscow International Film Festival.

Venghai (2011)

Venghai is a 2011 Indian Tamil action masala film written and directed by Hari, starring Dhanush and Tamannaah. The story is based in Sivagangai district. The filming started in November 2010 in Trichy, and the film was released on 8 July 2011 to mixed reviews. It was dubbed Hindi as Meri Taqat Mera Faisla by Goldmines Telefilms.

A Ticket to Tomahawk (1950)

A Ticket to Tomahawk is a 1950 American western musical comedy film, released by 20th Century Fox, directed by Richard Sale and starring Dan Dailey and Anne Baxter.

Love Crimes Of Kabul (2011)

Of the 125 prisoners at Badam Bagh Women's Prison in Kabul, Afghanistan, approximately half are there for crimes like drug smuggling, murder and attempted suicide bombing. The others are imprisoned for "moral crimes" that include running away from home, adultery and premarital sex. Nine years after the fall of the Taliban, in a society where seeds of change are sprouting, but strict moral and legal codes of Sharia Family Law still apply, Iranian-American filmmaker Tanaz Eshaghian (HBO's "Be Like Others") goes behind the walls of Badam Bagh to give voice to three of these women. Shining a light on the pressures and paradoxes Afghan females face today - and the dangerous consequences when they refuse to fit in - LOVE CRIMES OF KABUL debuts MONDAY, JULY 11 (9:00-10:15 p.m. ET/PT), exclusively on HBO.

The Missing Lynx (2008)

The Missing Lynx is a 2008 Spanish-British computer-animated adventure family action comedy film produced by Spanish studios Kandor Graphics and YaYa! Films and producer Antonio Banderas. The film is directed by Raul Garcia and Manuel Sicilia, and written by them and Jose E. Machuca. It is presented by Banderas himself. With the film released in Spain on December 25, 2008 in Spanish, it is released in the United States on March 9, 2012 in English. The film is about a bunch of animals from Doñana National Park in Spain, trying to save other animals kidnapped by the bad guys. The movie takes place in the natural parks of Andalusia. The film was developed using servers supplied by Kandor. The Missing Lynx received mixed reviews from internet audience polls and it earned $1.4 million on a $6.5 million budget. The Missing Lynx was released on DVD in October 15, 2009 by Aurum Productions.

The Duck Doctor (1952)

"The Duck Doctor" is a 1952 one-reel animated cartoon and is the 64th Tom and Jerry cartoon directed by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera and produced by Fred Quimby. It stars Quacker as a wild duck, rather than a farm duck.

Menschenfrauen (1980)

A complicated set of relationships ensues when four women get involved with the same man.

The Medium (1951)

The Medium (Italian: Il medium) is a 1951 Italian drama film directed by Gian Carlo Menotti. It is based on the opera of the same name and was entered into the 1952 Cannes Film Festival. It would later be screened out of competition at the 1987 Cannes Film Festival.

One Nation Under Dog (2012)

The sometimes sobering realities behind America's obsession with dogs includes the tragic circumstances faced by millions of unwanted shelter dogs.

The Voorman Problem (2013)

The Voorman Problem is a 2013 British short film directed and scored by Mark Gill, who also co-wrote the screenplay and edited the film with producer Baldwin Li. It is adapted from "Panopticon", a film within a story from the novel number9dream by David Mitchell, with Martin Freeman starring as a prison psychiatrist, and Tom Hollander as his patient.

Domo Arigato (1990)

Domo Arigato aka Thank you very much is a 3-D film which was produced in 1972 and shown in limited theaterical runs, mainly larger markets. It was re-released in 1991. A med school drop out and GI returning from a tour in Vietnam travels the scenic Japanese countryside with an American tourist from Kansas who harbors a secret in this travelogue romantic melodrama. The use of the SpaceVision 3-D camera rig provides some stunning stereoscopic effects through out. This was Arch Obler's follow up 3-D film after The Bubble (1966).

Emperor (2012)

Emperor is a 2012 American-Japanese post-World War II film directed by Peter Webber, marking his first film in five years. Tommy Lee Jones and Matthew Fox star in lead roles as General Douglas MacArthur and Brigadier General Bonner Fellers respectively. It is a joint American and Japanese production.

Faat Kiné (2001)

Faat Kiné is a 2000 Senegalese film written and directed by Ousmane Sembène, set in present-day Dakar, Senegal. It provides a critical look at modern, post-colonial Senegal and the place of women in that society. It gives a clear glimpse into life of the Senegalaise middle-class and presents present-day Dakar in all of its contradictions of poverty and wealth, tradition and modernity.

Secrets of a Soul (1926)

Secrets of a Soul (German: Geheimnisse einer Seele) is a 1926 silent German drama film directed by Georg Wilhelm Pabst. As with other Pabst films of the late 1920s, it reflects the style and themes of the New Objectivity movement. The sets were designed by the art director Ernö Metzner.

Bob Dylan Never Ending Tour Diaries: Drummer Winston Watson's Incredible Journey (2009)

The drummer shares his personal video diary from his five years on tour.

Aan: Men at Work (2004)

Aan: Men At Work is a 2004 Indian action drama film directed by Madhur Bhandarkar featuring Akshay Kumar, Sunil Shetty, Shatrughan Sinha and Paresh Rawal in the leading roles, while Jackie Shroff, Raveena Tandon, Lara Dutta, Om Puri, Rahul Dev, Manoj Joshi and Irrfan Khan played supporting roles. The movie is about the life of a police officer fighting crime constantly.

Mutant Girls Squad (2010)

Mutant Girls Squad is a Japanese film by Noboru Iguchi, Yoshihiro Nishimura and Tak Sakaguchi. The film is about Rin, a sixteen-year-old mutant girl who meets a gang of rebel mutants who aim to take revenge on humans for persecuting their race. The film had its international premiere at the New York Asian Film Festival in 2010.

New Moon (1940)

New Moon is a 1940 musical film released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and directed by Robert Z. Leonard, with uncredited direction by W. S. Van Dyke. It is the second film adaptation of the operetta The New Moon, which premiered on Broadway in 1928. The stage version featured music by Sigmund Romberg and book and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II and others. The first film adaptation, also titled New Moon, which premiered in 1930, was less faithful to the stage version.

Come on Danger (1942)

Come on Danger is a 1942 Western film. It was a remake of a 1932 Tom Keene film. The story was bought for Holt in June 1941.

Gang Smashers (1938)

A police lieutenant goes under cover to expose a Harlem nightclub owner who is also strong-arming local businesses for protection money.

Frost Giant (2010)

An explorer and his team search for a 19th-century shipwreck in the Arctic. They dig up an alien creature that was buried in the ice, and it begins to kill them to gain energy for a transformation.

Kadal (2013)

Kadal (English: The Sea) is a 2013 Indian Tamil crime-drama film co-written, co-produced and directed by Mani Ratnam. The film features debutantes Gautham Karthik, son of actor Karthik, and Thulasi Nair, daughter of Radha, in the lead roles, with Arjun and Aravind Swamy in supporting roles. The music was composed by A. R. Rahman. The film revolves around life of Christian fishermen who instill the fact that how faith can sometimes lead to the triumph of humanity. The film was dubbed into Telugu as Kadali. The film was released worldwide on 1 February 2013 in both the versions.

Broadway's Finest (2014)

Broadway's Finest is a 2012 action film, directed and produced by Stephen Marro. It stars Adam Storke, John Lavelle and Larry Pine. The film won 9 awards and was nominated for 9.

Bones Brigade: An Autobiography (2012)

Featuring Tony Hawk, this is the personal story of how sheer talent, skill, passion and the belief that anything is possible transformed skateboarding from a fringe pastime to a thrilling action sport

Echo of Diana (1963)

Joan Scott is distraught at the death of her husband in a plane crash. However, all is not as it seems. Joan has reason to believe that there is more to this than meets the eye and begins to investigate her husband's mysterious death and the involvement of a woman known simply as 'Diana'.

Parole Racket (1937)

Parole Racket is a 1936 American crime film, directed by Charles C. Coleman and released by Columbia Pictures. It stars Paul Kelly, Rosalind Keith, Thurston Hall.

Iron Soldier (2010)

Scientists have created a robot that promises to be a powerful weapon for the U.S. Military's combat. However, a group of renegades break into the base in hopes to steal the metal solider. Now, the U.S. Armed Forces must devise a plan to prevent the robot from ending up in the hands of a foreign power and put a stop to the enemy from taking power over America.

Duet For One (1987)

This remarkable story traces the trauma of a world-class violinist who is suddenly stricken with multiple sclerosis, leaving her no choice but to confront and conquer her despair - or die trying.

Petty Letters and Love Crimes (2010)

Dalla vita in poi ( English: From the Waist Up) is a 2010 Italian film, written and directed by Gianfrancesco Lazotti.

The Sweetest Sound (2001)

Tired of being mistaken for people who might share his name, filmmaker Alan Berliner decides to rid himself of the dreaded Same Name Syndrome. His solution: invite all the Alan Berliners in the world over to his house for dinner.

Gerry (2011)

Gerry is a 2011 biographical film shot in Quebec about rock singer Gerry Boulet (1946-1990) from Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Quebec written by Natalie Petrowski and directed by Alain Desrochers. The lead role of Boulet was played by Mario Saint-Amand and Jassen Charron played Gerry Boulet in his early days. Gerry was filmed in Montréal and other places in Québec starting 19 April 2010. The live concert scene where Boulet and his band Offenbach perform in Montreal Forum required the presence of 3000 spectators. The film was premiered in Boulet's home town Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu on 30 May 2011 and launched on Quebec movie theatres on 15 June 2011.

New Moon (1931)

New Moon is the name of two different film versions of the operetta The New Moon with music by Sigmund Romberg and book and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II and others. The original stage version premiered on Broadway in 1928. The 1930 version of New Moon is a 1930 black-and-white American musical film, and is also known as Komissa Strogoff in Greece, Nymånen in Denmark and Passione cosacca in Italy. The 1930 film, directed by Jack Conway, starred Grace Moore and Lawrence Tibbett. It had an entirely different plot to the original play and is set in Russia. A 1940 film of the same name, also based on the operetta directed by Robert Z. Leonard and W. S. Van Dyke (uncredited), starred Jeanette MacDonald and Nelson Eddy and also reworked the plot, though it was slightly more faithful than the 1930 version. However, the music was not always presented faithfully. The 1930 version added new songs not by Romberg, and the 1940 version turns the melancholy tango number "Softly, As in a Morning Sunrise", originally sung by the hero's best friend, into a cheerful little ditty sung by Eddy while he shines his shoes.

Junior High Spy (2013)

Ricky uses a wide array of high-tech gadgets and help from his computer genius best friend to rescue his dad, an FBI agent, from a criminal organization.

3 Weeks to Daytona (2011)

3 Weeks to Daytona is a 2011 American independent drama film directed by Bret Stern and starring Scott Cohen, Jorja Fox and Rip Torn.

Trail of the Panda (2009)

High in the mountains of the Sichuan province of China, a ten-year-old mute orphan boy, Lu, rescues a lost panda cub separated from its mother. As Lu struggles to return the cub to its home—and protect him from trappers—the two form a unique connection. He names the cub Pang Pang, or "Chubby," and gradually finds the confidence to speak again. Discover the true meaning of friendship in this moving story of a boy touched by the love of a panda cub...and his commitment to reunite the panda family.

Student Tour (1934)

Student Tour is a 1934 American musical film directed by Charles Reisner and written by Ralph Spence and Philip Dunne. The film stars Jimmy Durante, Charles Butterworth, Maxine Doyle, Phil Regan, Douglas Fowley and Nelson Eddy. The film was released on October 5, 1934, by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.

Fort Savage Raiders (1951)

Western hero the Durango Kid (Charles Starrett) tracks escapees from a military prison waging a campaign of terror against the Army.

Badrinath (2011)

Badrinath is a 2011 Indian Telugu-language action film directed by V. V. Vinayak, written by Chinni Krishna and produced by Allu Aravind. The film stars his son Allu Arjun in leading role along with Tamannaah and Prakash Raj. The film revolves around Badri, a skilled warrior trained by a religious Guru Bheeshma Narayan. After being made the protector of Badrinath temple, he finds his loyalties divided when he tries to revive the faith of Alakananda, an atheist, in God and gets caught in violent battles with her cruel uncle Sarkar, while his Guru suspects him to be in love with Alakananda, something against the rules for becoming his successor. Allu Arjun, who plays the protagonist, undertook intensive martial arts and sword fighting training in Vietnam. This film also marks his first pairing with Tamannaah. Cinematographer Ravi Varman in an interview told that the film was shot on a Panavision lens at a set in Kulaba on the way to the Rohtang pass apart from the Badrinath temple, on sets in Hyderabad and in Spain, Italy, Germany and Austria. Earlier, it was reported that the film will also have a dubbed version in Tamil with actor Santhanam's comedy scenes being added, but the plan was dropped out due to the commercial failure of the Tamil dubbed versions of Telugu films Shakti and Magadheera.Previously slated to release on 4 June 2011, the film along with a dubbed Malayalam version was released on 10 June 2011 in 1,400 screens worldwide and ran for 50 days in 187 theatres. According to an article in The Times of India, "Despite mixed record tendered by critics, the acceptable storyline and script work, the thrills and stunts, the gyrations of choreography by Allu Arjun have lured the audience to the screens." It also became the second highest Telugu grosser in Karnataka after Magadheera that time. The film had an opening day record of ₹7.25 crore (US$1.0 million) which was later surpassed by Allu Arjun's own film Julayi in 2012. Prem Rakshith won the Filmfare Award for Best Dance Choreographer for the film's song Nath Nath.The film was made on a budget of ₹42 crore (US$5.8 million), and was one of the most expensive Telugu films at that time.

Killer Mountain (2011)

Killer Mountain is a 2011 made for TV Syfy original film. This sci-fi film tells the story of mountain climbers sent to rescue a missing expedition from a forbidden mountain only to discover the legendary Shangri-La and the hungry creature protecting it, the Druk.

City on Fire (1979)

An all star cast gets engulfed in this tale of terror and heroism! Starring screen legends Leslie Nielsen, Henry Fonda (Academy Award winner, Ava Gardner, Shelly Winters as well as Barry Newman, James Franciscus, Susan Clark and directed by Alvin Rakoff now see this disaster film in HD!

Best Man In Grass Creek (1999)

As part of a business deal, a jilted groom (Grace Phillips) reluctantly agrees to serve as best man for someone (John Newcombe) he hardly knows.

Red Sonja (1985)

A woman attempts to retrieve a talisman from a queen who will use the charm for evil purposes.

111 Girls (2012)

An Iranian official (Reza Behboodi) tries to find husbands for a group of young Kurdish women who are threatening to kill themselves because of the scarcity of marriageable men.

Broken Vows (1987)

Broken Vows is a 1987 television film directed by Jud Taylor. It stars Tommy Lee Jones and Annette O'Toole.

The Deposition (2011)

Adam reunites with his former lover, Jill, at a wedding; as they are leaving the reception, they are involved in a wreck that kills Jill. Haunted by the night's events, Adam descends into madness and plots to kill Jill's boyfriend, Wayne.

Devil's Kiss (1975)

A former countess and a professor conduct occult research in which they bring people back from the dead.

Flame of Araby (1951)

Flame of Araby (a.k.a. Flame of the Desert) is a 1951 swashbuckler film starring Jeff Chandler and Maureen O'Hara. British film star Maxwell Reed made his American film debut in the picture. Locations were shot at three famous film locations: Vasquez Rocks, Bronson Canyon, and the Alabama Hills in Lone Pine, California.

The Rest Is Silence (1959)

The Rest Is Silence (German: Der Rest ist Schweigen) is a 1959 West German crime film directed by Helmut Käutner. It was entered into the 9th Berlin International Film Festival.

Lasting (2013)

Lasting is a 2013 Polish drama film directed and written Jacek Borcuch.

Lazybones (1925)

Lazybones is a silent film, a drama and romance, produced and directed by Frank Borzage, starring Madge Bellamy, Charles "Buck" Jones, and Zasu Pitts. It opened in New York City on September 22, 1924, and received wider distribution by Fox Film Corporation during 1925.

The Phantom of the Range (1936)

The Phantom of the Range is a 1936 American film directed by Robert F. Hill.

!Women Art Revolution (2010)

!Women Art Revolution is a 2010 documentary film directed by Lynn Hershman Leeson and distributed by Zeitgeist Films. It was released theatrically in the United States on June 1, 2011.

A Woman for All Men (1975)

An elderly millionaire (Keenan Wynn) weds a young woman (Judith Brown) in Las Vegas and brings her home to meet his two sons.

Chicago Confidential (1957)

Chicago Confidential is a 1957 film directed by Sidney Salkow, starring Brian Keith, Beverly Garland and Dick Foran. It is based on the 1950 novel Chicago: Confidential! by Jack Lait and Lee Mortimer. Chicago Confidential was the first film produced for Edward Small by Robert E. Kent, who had been a writer and story supervisor at Columbia. Small and Kent went on to make many movies together.

Revolt of the Praetorians (1964)

La Rivolta dei Pretoriani (AKA: Revolt of the Praetorians) is a 1964 film about the conspiracy to assassinate the emperor Domitian in the year AD 96, though the historical facts have been heavily fictionized. This film was written by Gian Paolo Callegari, directed by Alfonso Brescia and starred Richard Harrison.

Ring Of Fear (1954)

After unstable former circus performer Dublin O'Malley (Sean McClory) escapes from a mental institution, he goes after Clyde Beatty (Clyde Beatty), the animal trainer whom O'Malley blames for his fate. He is also obsessed with Valerie (Marian Carr), a trapeze performer and old flame. When O'Malley arrives, dangerous accidents start happening around the circus, and manager Frank Wallace (Pat O'Brien) calls for help from mystery writer Mickey Spillane (Mickey Spillane).