Joker (2016)

A man questions the system.

Jaws: The Revenge (1987)

The family of widow Ellen Brody (Lorraine Gary) has long been plagued by shark attacks, and this unfortunate association continues when her son is the victim of a massive great white. In mourning, Ellen goes to visit her other son, Michael (Lance Guest), in the Bahamas, where she meets the charming Hoagie Newcombe (Michael Caine). As Ellen and Hoagie begin a relationship, a huge shark appears off the coast of the island, and Ellen's trouble with the great whites begins again.

Eye of the Storm (1998)

An intrusive college student and an intense storm spur tragic events for a rural Kansas farm family (Leo Burmester, Blythe Danner, Kurt Deutsch).

Bluebeard's Ten Honeymoons (1960)

Paris antiques dealer Landru (George Sanders) woos, weds and kills rich women to keep his greedy girlfriend (Corinne Calvet) happy.

Robbers' Roost (1955)

An outlaw attempting to go straight while tracking down one of his wife's killers, Jim "Tex" Wall (George Montgomery) finds work on a ranch operated by disabled cattle owner "Bull" Herrick (Bruce Bennett). As Tex begins to fall for Bull's pretty sister, Helen (Sylvia Findley), he also has to face off against two feuding gangs of rustlers, one led by the tough Heesman (Peter Graves). Can Tex escape his shady past and finally end his mission of vengeance?

Noirland (2014)

After a girl is murdered, police find an encrypted flash drive in her hand and have to find out what is on it to solve the case.

Time Stops Moving (2010)

Time seems to stop while three people reveal the truth they find so hard to say.

Die Sister Die (1972)

A Cuban boxing champion fails a doping test and is sentenced to accompany an HIV-positive patient on weekly trips outside the sanatorium.

Project Grizzly (1997)

Directed by Peter Lynch, "Project Grizzly" follows the pursuits of a Canadian metalworker, Troy Hurtubise, as he attempts to construct a suit of armor capable of withstanding a grizzly bear attack. For Hurtubise, building the perfect suit has become an obsession. He is ever searching for stronger materials and better designs, and subjecting himself to brutal tests. Hurtubise is driven by a one-time encounter with a grizzly bear, and seeks to recreate the experience up close and personal.

Love by the Book (2014)

A man (Kristopher Turner) bets the owner (Leah Renee) of a bookstore that she will lose interest in her new beau (Ryan Bittle) after one month.

Drishyam (2013)

Georgekutty, an orphaned man, runs a cable TV business and has a family. When Varun enters their lives, their family is stressed in extreme ways.

The Outside Man (1972)

A waitress (Ann-Margret) helps a French hit man (Jean-Louis Trintignant) on the run from another hit man in Los Angeles.

Dog Watch (1996)

An investigation links the deaths of several detectives and civilians to police corruption and a drug ring.

Love in the City (1953)

Seven Italian directors use actors (Ugo Tognazzi, Maresa Gallo, Silvio Lillo), nonactors and hidden cameras to show romance in Rome.

Django Kills Softly (1967)

Django agrees to escort a shipment through a bandit's territory.

Final Round (1994)

Big-time gamblers watch on closed-circuit television, as professional killers try to hunt a man (Lorenzo Lamas) down.

The Bed-Sitting Room (1969)

Among the ruins of a London devastated by nuclear war, the survivors ineffectually cling to increasingly meaningless social structures. While radioactivity randomly transforms various people into animals and inanimate objects, an absurd election for prime minister takes place. And the parents of Penelope (Rita Tushingham), a young woman who's been with child for nearly a year and a half, want her to marry a man with a promising future, though the fate of the world itself is rather dim.

Captive of the Desert (1990)

African rebels hold a young Frenchwoman (Sandrine Bonnaire) captive for months.

Kanyini (2006)

One of Australia's "stolen generation," Bob Randall tells of being taken in his youth from the Yankunytjatjara people of Uluru and the damage done to Aborigines in the attempt to destroy a culture.

The Sheep Has Five Legs (1954)

A publicity-minded French mayor reunites quintuplets and their earthy father, all six played by Fernandel.

Cipher Bureau (1938)

A federal agent (Leon Ames) intercepts and deciphers messages sent by Axis spies.

Schools Out (2008)

A French teen (Tho Frilet) discovers that a girl (Valentine Catzeflis) he likes is the daughter of his overbearing philosophy teacher.

Special Delivery (2000)

An adoption-agency courier (Andy Dick) misplaces a baby he needs to deliver to a family by Christmas.

The Flood: Who Will Save Our Children? (1993)

Rescue workers struggle to save summer-camp youths caught in a flash flood near Comfort, Texas. Based on a true story.

It's Not Me, It's Him (1980)

A successful comic's ghostwriter fast-talks his way into a prestigious assignment with a famous movie star.

Fort Ti (1953)

Capt. Horn (George Montgomery) and Rogers' Rangers raid Fort Ticonderoga during the French and Indian War.

Hostile Intent (1997)

War games between two teams of rival computer programmers turn deadly when government assassins crash the affair.

Public Enemy's Wife (1936)

A G-man (Pat O'Brien) falls in love with the aloof ex-mate (Margaret Lindsay) of a gangster convict (Cesar Romero), who escapes.

Golden Arrow (1936)

A fake heiress (Bette Davis) keeps fortune hunters at bay with a false marriage to a poor newsman (George Brent).

Escape From Alaska (1999)

The survivor of an Alaskan avalanche, Dr. Lia Freeman (Caroleen Feeney) is an environmentalist concerned about a similar disaster occurring if a proposed new oil pipeline is built. Freeman adamantly warns the planners of the likelihood of a major avalanche, but they ignore her pleas. As she realizes that a massive whiteout is imminent, Freeman tries to get the citizens of a nearby town to leave, aided by brave helicopter pilot Neal Meekin (Thomas Ian Griffith).

Caveat (2011)

Members of a privileged family are forced to come together after their patriarch's death. As they sort through the will, they discover deep-seated resentments and hostility that prove money is not the true root of evil.

A Tale Of Springtime (1990)

Jeanne (Anne Teyssedre), a high school philosophy instructor, meets Natacha (Florence Darel) at a party. They become friends, and soon Jeanne, who shares an apartment in Paris with her messy boyfriend, is staying at Natacha's while her father (Hugues Quester), a middling French bureaucrat, is out of town. Very quickly, Jeanne realizes Natacha has something to hide -- and when her father comes home and discovers her in his flat, unacknowledged desires come to the forefront.

Promises to Keep (1985)

A roustabout (Robert Mitchum) comes home after 30 years to a wife (Claire Bloom), a son (Christopher Mitchum) and a grandson who wants to go to sea.

Escape from San Quentin (1957)

An ex-airman (Johnny Desmond) flies himself and another convict (Richard Devon) out of prison, then hides with his wife's sister (Merry Anders).

What Lola Wants (2015)

A 17-year-old girl lets everyone think she has been kidnapped. She meets a young man in a New Mexico diner and the two fall instantly in love, but when he learns of the reward for her return, he has to choose between helping her or cashing in.

La Habanera (1937)

A woman rebels against her evil husband.

The Peterville Diamond (1943)

A jewel thief targets a woman after her husband gives her a valuable diamond.

Dead Men Can't Dance (1997)

Stranded without communication, a covert military patrol tries to destroy a North Korean nuclear power plant.

Without a Home (1939)

A young woman becomes involved with the homeless in LA to better understand their plight.

Stray Dogs (2004)

Two Afghan siblings spend their days struggling to survive on the streets of Kabul and nights sleeping with their imprisoned mother.

Iron And Silk (1991)

After graduating from college in the United States, Mark (Mark Salzman) takes a job teaching English in China. He arrives in the city of Hangzhou, where he feeds his enthusiasm for martial arts by taking instruction from famed teacher Pan Qingfu (Pan Qingfu). Meanwhile, he starts a romantic relationship with Dr. Ming (Vivian Wu). And, though Mark is teaching his eager Chinese students English, it's he who ends up having the most to learn from this cross-cultural exchange.

The Sea Ghost (1931)

A Navy officer is court-martialed when he rescues survivors of a U-boat attack instead of pursuing the submarine.

Brain Damage (1988)

A boy (Rick Herbst) grows addicted to psychedelic jolts from an eel-like brain-eating monster called Elmer.

Cage of Gold (1950)

An instant widow (Jean Simmons) marries another man (James Donald), then is blackmailed by her tricky first husband (David Farrar).

Torment (2014)

Newlyweds (Robin Dunne, Katharine Isabelle) and their young son find themselves at the mercy of sadistic madmen who secretly took up residence in their remote country home.

Face to Face (1976)

Dr. Jenny Isaksson (Liv Ullmann) is a psychiatrist whose temporary summer gig at a mental hospital offers only modest responsibilities. With her husband out of the country for a seminar and her daughter at camp, Jenny moves in with her grandparents, expecting a relaxing few months. But it isn't long before unpleasant memories of her childhood, the sudden appearance of strange apparitions and a near-rape push this otherwise stable woman to the very edge of sanity.

Cry of the Hunted (1953)

A state prison officer (Barry Sullivan) chases an escaped convict (Vittorio Gassman) to the Louisiana bayou.

Joe Hill (1971)

Joe Hill (Thommy Berggren) immigrates to America from Sweden in the early years of the 20th century. Although he secures a few jobs in his new homeland, the degrading working conditions astonish him. He becomes involved in the radical organization Industrial Workers of the World and goes on to write folk ballads championing the rights of the average worker. But in 1914 circumstantial evidence links him to a murder. Joe claims he is innocent, but the authorities think otherwise.

Breathing Earth (2012)

Susumu Shingu talks with nature through his sculptures.

A Touch of Hope (1999)

An ordinary man (Anthony Michael Hall) discovers that he has the ability to heal with his hands when he comforts a victim of a car accident.

One Last Fling (1949)

A bored housewife (Alexis Smith) gets jealous when her shopkeeper husband (Zachary Scott) wants to hire an ex-girlfriend.

A Gift for Heidi (1958)

Orphan girl Heidi (Sandy Descher) lives with her grandfather, Alm Uncle (Douglas Fowley), in the Swiss Alps, and spends her summer vacation searching for one adventure after another with her friend Peter (Van Dyke Parks). In addition to entering Peter in a singing contest against his will and making friends with a lonely old man, Heidi climbs a dangerous mountain to rescue a newlywed couple caught in an avalanche -- with a little help from the U.S. Army.

The Little World of Don Camillo (1952)

A Communist mayor and a liberal-minded cleric engage in a comical battle of wills.

Road Rage (1999)

A deliveryman (Jere Burns) stalks a woman (Yasmine Bleeth) who inadvertently cut him off in traffic, seeking revenge upon her and her family.

Blind Chance (1981)

Witek (Boguslaw Linda) is a young medical student who is no longer sure whether he wants to become a doctor, and his future will be determined by whether or not he makes the train that he is running to catch. Through three possible scenarios revolving around specific choices, Witek experiences his possible futures depending upon whether he decides to continue with his schooling, join up with the Communist Party or become an anti-Communist rebel.

Blondie in the Dough (1947)

Blondie (Penny Singleton) tries to make some money by going into business baking cookies at home.

South of Santa Fe (1932)

A cowboy (Bob Steele) runs into trouble on the Mexican border.

The Perfect Husband (2004)

A family begins to suspect that their pregnant daughter may have been the victim of murder at the hands of her husband when she vanishes on Christmas Eve.

Un eroe borghese (1995)

Banker Michele Sindona (Omero Antonutti) supervises a vast international financial empire that crumbles in 1974 because of mismanagement and fraud. A corrupt Italian government assigns lawyer Giorgio Ambrosoli (Fabrizio Bentivoglio) to investigate, assuming he will find, and do, nothing -- but Giorgio proves to be dogged and scrupulously honest. Sindona, who has fled to the United States, calls upon his Mafia ties to rid him of this nuisance. Soon, Giorgio is receiving death threats.

Little Red Riding Hood (2015)

A young girl who is being chased by a wolf takes refuge in a castle and soon discovers that there are worse horrors in store for her.

The Student Body (2016)

A high-school student takes a stand against state-mandated body mass index tests and finds herself thrust into the middle of a heated national controversy.

Altered States of Plaine (2012)

While on the run from a government agency, a man (George Gallagher), mysteriously, awakes in random places whenever he falls asleep.

The End of a Mystery (2003)

A former mechanic (Alfredo Landa) suspects that the man (Nino Manfredi) he met years ago is executed Spanish poet Federico Garca Lorca.

Mary of Nazareth (1995)

An angel announces that a young woman will bear the Son of God in this account of the lives of Mary, Jesus and Joseph.

Pirates of Monterey (1947)

The Spanish Royalists attempt to overthrow the Mexican Presideo at Monterey with a Yankee from Missouri contributing.

Kissed (1996)

Teenager Sandra (Molly Parker) is obsessed with death, so much so that after wandering into a funeral home she wishes to be a mortician. But this fascination becomes highly sexual, as Sandra develops a taste for necrophilia. Her secret passion doesn't cause any problems until she goes to college and meets medical student Matt (Peter Outerbridge), who soon falls for the unusual young lady. She comes clean about her morbid sexuality, but turning her on to the world of the living is no easy task.

Big Village Lights (2016)

A cinema owner and his friends stand up to a local politician who wants to tear down the theater to make way for a shopping mall.

Enemy Of Women (1944)

Joseph Goebbels (Paul Andor) is a struggling playwright besotted with Maria (Claudia Drake), the daughter of his landlord, Col. Brandt (H.B. Warner). She rebuffs Goebbels' advances, and he is thrown out. At his lowest ebb, he overhears a young Adolf Hitler speak and becomes an instant admirer. When Goebbels becomes Hitler's minister of propaganda, he grows drunk on his limitless power. For revenge, he has Col. Brandt killed and then uses his power to cruelly manipulate Maria.

Roman Scandals (1933)

This musical romp though ancient Rome concerns the adventures of innocent delivery boy Eddie (Eddie Cantor). One day while making his rounds in the dull American Midwestern town of West Rome, Eddie, after being clocked on the head, falls into a stupor in which he imagines himself in his burg's namesake -- Rome -- as a royal servant fighting imperial corruption. The goofy young man soon runs into a pile of trouble, in a story line that parallels his experiences in his home town.

Slate, Wyn And Me (1987)

Two Australian brothers (Simon Burke, Martin Sacks) rob a bank, shoot a policeman and kidnap a schoolteacher witness (Sigrid Thornton).

Capturing Grace (2015)

The Mark Morris Dance Group works with Parkinson's patients.

Dead of Night (1977)

This horror anthology features three chilling tales from legendary writer Richard Matheson. In the first, a young man named Frank (Ed Begley Jr.) discovers that the antique car he's lovingly restored is actually a time machine. The second revolves around Alexis (Anjanette Comer), a woman who falls prey to a scam involving vampires. The final installment features a mother (Joan Hackett) grieving for her son until she gets a unique chance to reunite with him.

Apology for Murder (1945)

A reporter (Hugh Beaumont) agrees to help his lover (Ann Savage) kill her husband.

Cross Channel (1955)

The owner of a small charter boat becomes involved with a gang of smugglers who force him to ferry them to France.

The Cry of the Owl (1987)

A man (Jacques Penot) has revenge on his ex-fiancee (Mathilda May) and her married lover (Christophe Malavoy) by having an affair with the other's wife.

First Monday In October (1981)

The Supreme Court's first woman (Jill Clayburgh), a conservative, debates and dates her grumpy colleague (Walter Matthau), a liberal.