Kaho Naa... Pyaar Hai (2000)

Kaho Naa...Pyaar Hai is a 2000 Indian romantic drama-thriller film, written and directed by Rakesh Roshan. It marks the debuts of his son Hrithik Roshan and Ameesha Patel. The film featured Hrithik in a double role as characters Rohit and Raj. This film is partial remake of Kannada film Ratha Sapthami

The Mountain Between Us (2017)

Stranded after a tragic plane crash, two strangers must forge a connection to survive the extreme elements of a remote snow covered mountain. When they realize help is not coming, they embark on a terrifying journey across hundreds of miles of wilderness, pushing one another to endure and igniting an unexpected attraction. The film is directed by Academy Award nominee Hany Abu-Asad and stars Academy Award winner Kate Winslet and Idris Elba.

World War Z (2013)

Former United Nations employee Gerry Lane (Brad Pitt) is called upon to help stop the chaotic pandemic that has gripped populations around the world. Lane fights to keep his family safe, while searching for an answer to the outbreak before it destroys all of civilization.

Alpha (2018)

Alpha is an epic adventure set in the last Ice Age. While on his ¬ first hunt with his tribe’s most elite group, a young man is injured and left for dead. Awakening to ¬find himself broken and alone, he must learn to survive and navigate the harsh and unforgiving wilderness. Reluctantly taming a lone wolf abandoned by its pack, the pair learns to rely on each other and become unlikely allies, enduring countless dangers and overwhelming odds in order to ¬ find their way home before the deadly winter arrives.

Shaolin Soccer (2001)

Shaolin Soccer is a 2001 Hong Kong martial arts sports comedy film co-written and directed by Stephen Chow, who also stars in the lead role. A former Shaolin monk reunites his five brothers, years after their master's death, to apply their superhuman martial arts skills to play soccer and bring Shaolin kung fu to the masses.

Wakefield (2017)

What would your life look like without you in it? Outwardly, Howard Wakefield (Bryan Cranston) is the picture of success. He has a loving wife (Jennifer Garner) and two daughters, a prestigious job as a Manhattan lawyer, and a comfortable home in the suburbs. Inwardly, though, he’s suffocating. One day, something snaps and Howard goes into hiding in his garage attic. Leaving his family to wonder what happened to him, he observes them from the attic window—an outsider spying in on his own life. As the days of self-imposed isolation stretches longer than he planned, Howard begins to wonder: is it even possible to go back to the way things were? Driven by a tour de force, darkly comic performance from Breaking Bad ’s Bryan Cranston, Wakefield is a provocative look at what it means to walk away from it all.

The Pajama Game (1957)

Labor and management at the Sleeptite Pajama Factory aren’t sleeping much lately: A proposed 71⁄2-cent hourly wage increase is why – and a strike may result. But negotiations here involve snappy stars, terrific tunes and dynamic dances as Doris Day, John Raitt and a Broadway-seasoned cast play The Pajama Game. Songs by the Damn Yankees duo of Richard Adler and Jerry Ross and choreography by Bob Fosse generate lots of “Steam Heat,” all whipped together delightfully under the direction of two musical masters of stage and screen, George Abbott and Stanley Donen. Besides “Steam Heat” (showcasing the quirky brilliance of dancer Carol Haney), catch “Hey There,” “I’m Not at All in Love,” “Hernando’s Hideaway,” “Once-a-Year Day” and other all-time-great numbers. For peerless entertainment, negotiate no further. Nothing’s quite the same as The Pajama Game!

Guns for San Sebastian (1968)

Guns for San Sebastian (French: La Bataille de San Sebastian) is an 1968 French action-adventure film based on the 1962 novel A Wall for San Sebastian, written by Rev. Fr. William Barnaby "Barby" Faherty, S.J. The film is directed by Frenchman Henri Verneuil, it stars Anthony Quinn and Charles Bronson. The score is by Ennio Morricone. It is a rare instance of a spaghetti western actually being shot in Mexico instead of substituting Spain or some similar European location.

Duplicate (1998)

Duplicate is a 1998 Indian Hindi action comedy film directed by Mahesh Bhatt and stars Shahrukh Khan in a double role opposite Juhi Chawla and Sonali Bendre. The movie is a copy of the 1935 movie The Whole Town's Talking. It was produced by Dharma Productions and marks Khan's first of five collaborations with the production company. The film was released on 8 May 1998, and performed moderately well at the box office.

Renoir (2012)

The Côte d’Azur. 1915. In his twilight years, Auguste Renoir is tormented by the loss of his wife, the pains of arthritic old age and the terrible news that his son Jean has been wounded in action. But when a young girl miraculously enters his world, the old painter is filled with a new, wholly unexpected energy. Blazing with life, radiantly beautiful, Andrée will become his last model, and the wellspring of a remarkable rejuvenation. Back at the family home to convalesce, Jean too falls under the spell of the new, redheaded star in the Renoir firmament. In their Mediterranean Eden - and in the face of his father's fierce opposition - he falls in love with this wild, untameable spirit... and as he does so, within weak-willed, battle-shaken Jean, a filmmaker begins to grow.

Bravo Two Zero (1999)

Bravo Two Zero explores the tragedies and triumphs of men taken to the edge of survival in the Persian Gulf War. When an elite eight-man British SAS team is dropped behind enemy lines, their mission is clear: take out Saddam Hussein's SCUD missile systems. But when communications are cut and the team finds themselves surrounded by Saddam's army, their only hope is to risk capture and torture in a desperate 185-kilometer run to the Syrian border.

Anne Trister (1986)

Anne Trister is a 1986 Canadian drama film directed by Léa Pool. It was entered into the 36th Berlin International Film Festival.

Shut Yer Dirty Little Mouth (2002)

Shut Yer Dirty Little Mouth! is a 2001 American comedy film starring Glenn Shadix. It is based on Gregg Gibbs' play Shut Up Little Man.

Unguarded (2012)

Chris Herren had a promising basketball career ahead of him until a drug addiction destroyed his career.

Human Highway (1982)

Human Highway is a 1982 American comedy film starring and co-directed by Neil Young under his pseudonym Bernard Shakey. Dean Stockwell co-directed the film and acted along with Russ Tamblyn, Dennis Hopper, and the band Devo. Included is a collaborative performance of "Hey Hey, My My (Into the Black)" by Devo and Young with Booji Boy singing lead vocals and Young playing lead guitar. The film was shown in only select theaters and was not released on VHS until 1995. It received poor reviews upon its premiere but has received favorable reviews more recently.

Black Venus (2010)

“Black Venus is the powerful true story of Saartjie Baartman, a South African woman who was brought to London by her master to be exploited as a sideshow attraction. Free and enslaved at the same time, the “Hottentot Venus” became an icon in the slums, eventually ending up in Paris as a sexual slave and the subject of dubious scientific study. Acclaimed director Abdellatif Kechiche (The Secret of the Grain) brings Baartman’s tragic yet unforgettable tale to life in this “supremely accomplished journey” (THE INDEPENDENT).”

Blood Oath (2007)

Mr. And Mrs. Krupp wanted nothing more than a  healthy child.  After several failed attempts they contacted a mysterious woman who promised them a child for a price.  Now the offspring roams the woods as an urban legend, twisted and evil, living off the bodies of those who enter its sanctuary.  Today a group of friends on a weekend camping trip decide to investigate the story. The trip will change the lives of everyone in the group.  They will have to fight to stay alive, but they will soon pray for death!

The Story Of Louis Pasteur (1936)

Paul Muni gives an Oscar®-winning performance as Louis Pasteur in this richly entertaining biographical drama. “A monument to the life of a man” (The New York Times), The Story of Louis Pasteur was directed by William Dieterle and nominated for four 1936 Academy Awards®, winning for Actor, Original Story and Screenplay. Ridiculed over his theory that germs cause disease, Louis Pasteur continues his work and eventually finds a cure for anthrax. Despite the warnings of his fiercest critic, Dr. Charbonnet (Fritz Leiber), Pasteur risks imprisonment when he proceeds with the radical idea that injecting humans with the rabies virus will lead to immunization. His beliefs are soon put to the test when Charbonnet agrees to tend to Pasteur’s pregnant daughter (Anita Louise) but will only sterilize his instruments if the scientist agrees to sign a letter stating his hypotheses are worthless. 

Tooth Fairy 2 (2012)

Tooth Fairy 2 is a 2012 Canadian-American comedy film starring Larry the Cable Guy as the main lead. It is the sequel to the 2010 film Tooth Fairy. It was released direct-to-video on DVD and Blu-ray on March 6, 2012.

Paper Man (2009)

Paper Man (also known as Unlikely Hero) is a 2009 independent comedy-drama film written and directed by Kieran and Michele Mulroney. The film stars Jeff Daniels as a struggling writer who relies on a childhood imaginary friend to help him with life decisions, Emma Stone as a 17 year old high school student who befriends him, and Ryan Reynolds as the made up Captain Excellent.

Heroes of the Alamo (1937)

Heroes of the Alamo (1937) is a low-budget retelling of the events of the Texas Revolution and the Battle of the Alamo. It was produced by Anthony J. Xydias and reuses the battle scenes of his 1926 silent film Davy Crockett at the Fall of the Alamo. About 35 minutes of the latter film is available on the DVD of Heroes of the Alamo, all that remains of the silent film.

Go Ganges! (2012)

Josh Thomas and J.J. Kelley tour the Ganges River.

Mannen på balkongen (1993)

The Man on the Balcony (Swedish: Mannen på balkongen, German: Der Mann auf dem Balkon) is a 1993 Swedish-German crime thriller film, based on the book The Man on the Balcony written by Maj Sjöwall and Per Wahlöö. This is the fourth film which stars Gösta Ekman as Martin Beck and Rolf Lassgård as Gunvald Larsson. "Mannen på balkongen" has been considered as the best ever Martin Beck film starring Gösta Ekman, and Gösta Ekman became highly popular and regarded for his brilliant portrayal of Martin Beck in this picture by his fans. His fine performance also attracted several new fans to his side, and "The Man on the Balcony" was one of the most successful films in Sweden in the year of 1993.

The Search for the Evil One (1967)

A hunter (Lee Patterson) of Nazis finds a castle in Argentina where Hitler and his gang are planning a fourth reich.

Gunner Palace (2004)

Gunner Palace is a 2004 documentary film by Michael Tucker, which had a limited release in the United States on March 4, 2005. The film was an account of the complex realities of the situation in Iraq during 2003–2004 amidst the Iraqi insurgency not seen on the nightly news. Told first-hand by American troops stationed in the middle of Baghdad, Gunner Palace presents a portrait of a dangerous and chaotic war.

The Blue Yonder (1985)

The Blue Yonder is a 1985 American science-fiction adventure film. It was directed by Mark Rosman, written by Mark Rosman, produced by Alan Shapiro and Annette Handley, and starred Peter Coyote, Huckleberry Fox, Art Carney, Dennis Lipscomb and Joe Flood.

Thelma (2002)

A cabdriver (Laurent Schilling) in Zurich, Switzerland, gets mixed up in a transsexual's (Pascale Ourbih) revenge against an ex-lover.

Touch the Sun: Devil's Hill (1988)

Sent off by their unwell mother, Sam (Cameron Atkins) and his sister, Jessie (Emma Pugh), go to Tasmania to live with their pioneer cousin, Badge (Alexander Jacobs), on the family farm. But the young, bullying city-slicker finds life on the frontier to be harder than he expected. When their cow runs away, the children embark on a wild adventure through the bush to find her. As they face life and death situations, each must confront their fears and work together for the good of the family.

Dark Amazon (2014)

A documentary film crew travels into the Amazon jungle after a cure for cancer is found. They are busy filming the researchers when they come under attack by physical and supernatural forces.

Carol for Another Christmas (1964)

A Carol for Another Christmas is a 1964 American television film, scripted by Rod Serling as a modernization of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol and a plea for global cooperation. It was the first in a planned series of television specials developed to promote the United Nations and educate viewers about its mission. Originally televised on the American Broadcasting Company (ABC) network on December 28, 1964, it was not shown again for 48 years, until Turner Classic Movies (TCM) broadcast it on December 16, 2012.

The Darkest Corner Of Paradise (2010)

Peter Landsman moves to a city to be a professional accountant and finds himself in an unpredictable situation.

Kansas City Princess (1934)

Kansas City Princess is a 1934 American film starring Joan Blondell and Glenda Farrell. The two were informally teamed in four Warner Brothers comedies in the early 1930s, as wisecracking, fast-talking, practical-minded working-class girls hunting for husbands. In this entry, they play manicurists from Kansas City. Rosie (Blondell) loses an expensive ring that her gangster boyfriend gave her, so they flee to Paris. The other three films in which Blondell and Farrell co-starred were Havana Widows, We're in the Money, and Miss Pacific Fleet. (They also both appeared, but are not teamed, in Gold Diggers of 1937, I've Got Your Number, and Traveling Saleslady.)

Hot Money (1936)

Hot Money is a 1936 American comedy film directed by William C. McGann and written by William Jacobs. The film stars Ross Alexander, Beverly Roberts, Joseph Cawthorn, Paul Graetz, Andrew Tombes and Cy Kendall. The film was released by Warner Bros. on July 18, 1936.

King of the Lumberjacks (1940)

King of the Lumberjacks is a 1940 American action film directed by William Clemens and starring John Payne, Gloria Dickson and Stanley Fields. The film's sets were designed by the art director Esdras Hartley.

King of Hockey (1936)

King of Hockey is a 1936 American drama film directed by Noel M. Smith and written by George Bricker. The film stars Dick Purcell, Anne Nagel, Marie Wilson, Wayne Morris, George E. Stone and Joseph Crehan. The film was released by Warner Bros. on December 19, 1936.

A Technicolor Dream (2008)

Pink Floyd, Pretty Things and other bands hold a concert in 1967 to benefit a British underground newspaper called "International Times."

Documentary of AKB48: To Be Continued (2011)

A portrait of all-female Japanese idol group AKB48 focuses on individual members as they go about their daily lives and connect with their fans.

Ask Your Heart (2010)

Mustafa has to hide his faith from everyone including Esma, his love, during reforms in Turkey.

The Foreigner (1978)

Lowlifes pursue French agent Max Menace (Eric Mitchell) as he tries to complete a mission in New York.

The Kissing Bandit (1949)

The Kissing Bandit is a 1949 film starring Frank Sinatra and Kathryn Grayson. The supporting cast includes Ricardo Montalban, Ann Miller, and Cyd Charisse. The movie was directed by Laslo Benedek.

The Crash (1932)

The Crash is a 1932 American Pre-Code drama film directed by William Dieterle. The film is based on the 1932 novel Children of Pleasure written by Larry Barretto, and stars Ruth Chatterton as a luxury loving wife devastated by the Wall Street crash of 1929.

Our Children (2012)

Our Children (French: À perdre la raison) is a 2012 Belgian-French psychological drama film directed by Joachim Lafosse. It is based on a real-life incident involving a woman (Genevieve Lhermitte), who killed her five children. The film competed in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival under the title Loving Without Reason, where Émilie Dequenne won the Un Certain Regard Award for Best Actress.

Nightmare Honeymoon (1974)

Newlyweds David and Jill Webb (Dack Rambo and Rebecca Dianna Smith) want nothing more than to consummate their marriage in New Orleans. But on their way to “The Big Easy,” they witness a murder. And when the sadistic killer (John Beck) realizes he’s been caught in the act, he knocks David unconscious and rapes Jill. Eventually, David learns the story of his wife’s assault, and sets out on a relentless vendetta to find the rapist and his partner and bring them to justice. Also starring Pat Hingle, Nightmare Honeymoon is filled with plot twists, compelling performances, crooked cops and one man’s unstoppable quest to right an unthinkable wrong.

The Laws of Eternity (2006)

Ryuta and his friends try to build a spirit phone after they are contacted by the ghost of Thomas Edison.

The Tomorrow Man (2002)

A man (Corbin Bernsen) learns that the stranger who kidnapped his son is a time traveler from the future.

The Hot Heiress (1931)

The Hot Heiress is a 1931 American Pre-Code comedy film directed by Clarence G. Badger and written by Herbert Fields. The film stars Ben Lyon, Ona Munson, Walter Pidgeon, Tom Dugan, Holmes Herbert and Inez Courtney. The film was released by Warner Bros. on March 28, 1931.

Mobile Home (2012)

Mobile Home is a 2012 Belgian comedy-drama film directed by François Pirot. It was written by Pirotand, Marteen Loix and Jean-Benoît Ugeux. It premiered on August 4, 2012, at the Locarno International Film Festival. The film was nominated for seven Magritte Awards, winning Most Promising Actress and Best Original Score.

Bebo's Girl (1964)

La ragazza di Bube is a 1963 Italian crime film drama directed by Luigi Comencini and starring Claudia Cardinale and George Chakiris. In terms of plot the film is a relatively faithful adaptation of Carlo Cassola’s 1960 novel La ragazza di Bube; but its atmosphere is distinctly different, as the protagonists Mara and Bube, adolescents in the book, are interpreted here as young adults. The film was nominated for a Golden Bear Award at the 14th Berlin International Film Festival and won best production at the David di Donatello Awards. Claudia Cardinale was awarded the Nastro d'Argento for Best Actress (Migliore Attrice Protagonista) by the Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists for her performance in the role of as Mara. The film was released in the United States in 1964 with the title Bebo's Girl.

Been Down So Long It Looks Like Up To Me (1971)

Been Down So Long It Looks Like Up to Me is a 1971 American drama film directed by Jeffrey Young and written by Robert Schlitt. The film stars Barry Primus, David Downing, Susan Tyrrell, Philip Shafer, Bruce Davison and Zack Norman. The film was released on September 15, 1971, by Paramount Pictures.

The Emperor's Naked Army Marches On (1987)

The Emperor's Naked Army Marches On is a 1987 Japanese war documentary film by director Kazuo Hara, whose title is loosely based on the classical tale "The Emperor's New Clothes". The documentary centers on Kenzo Okuzaki, a 62-year-old veteran of Japan's campaign in New Guinea in the Second World War, and follows him around as he searches out those responsible for the unexplained deaths of two soldiers in his old unit.

Before Morning (1933)

Before Morning is a 1933 American pre-Code crime drama directed by Arthur Hoerl, and starring Leo Carrillo, Lora Baxter, and Taylor Holmes. The film was adapted for the screen by Arthur Hoerl, from the 1933 Broadway play of the same name by Edward and Edna Riley.

An Affirmative Act (2010)

Two lesbians wed under false pretenses and fight the state in court once the truth comes out.

The Golden Touch (1935)

The Golden Touch is a Walt Disney Silly Symphony cartoon made in 1935. The story is based on the Greek myth of King Midas, albeit with a medieval setting.

RFK (2002)

RFK is a 2002 American television film directed by Robert Dornhelm. It takes place through the eyes of Robert F. Kennedy after his brother John F. Kennedy's assassination in 1963. As he lives through the loss, he starts to identify himself as a political figure, not just the former President's brother. He makes it official with a Presidential bid in 1968 to what he says was to "save the Democratic Party." During his campaign, in which the American people showed great support for him, RFK was shot and killed by Sirhan Sirhan.

Beggar's Holiday (1934)

For one day, a poor girl lives life the way she always dreamed it could be.

Taitah Rahibah (2012)

A young man faces his grandmother to break her control over his life.

The Beggar Student (1927)

The Beggar Student is a 1927 German silent film directed by Jacob Fleck and Luise Fleck and starring Harry Liedtke, Ida Wüst and Agnes Esterhazy. It is an adaptation of Carl Millöcker's operetta The Beggar Student.

The Secret of the Urn (1966)

When a one-armed, one-eyed samurai comes into possession of a priceless artifact, he finds every villain in the land has painted a target on his back, believing a one-handed swordsman will put up little fight. Those foolish enough to underestimate him will swiftly learn their lesson.

Double Revenge (1988)

A witness (Leigh McCloskey) and an ex-convict (Joe Dallesandro) each seek revenge for their wife and brother killed in a holdup.

The Miners' Hymns (2010)

Bill Morrison creates a portrait of a vanished way of life in a community in northeastern England.

The Flowers of Kirkuk (2010)

Najla, a young doctor from Iraq studying at the University of Rome in the 1980s, is forced to choose between his dreams and the traditions of his family.

Dry Wood Fierce Fire (2002)

Myopic, awkward Alice (Miriam Yeung) writes for a women's magazine whose staff is being combined with that of a men's magazine. In the new office environment, she meets Ryan (Louis Koo), a dreamy coworker prone to fainting spells. The two strike up a friendship and Alice coaches Ryan on how best to woo the powerful editor Michelle (Flora Chan). As the two spend more time together, they begin to realize that perhaps they could be more than just friends.

Pandemonium (1982)

Bambi (Candy Azzara), who during her teen years was the lone survivor of a murderous attack on a group of cheerleaders, now runs her own cheerleading camp. So when two crazed killers escape from their pens and start murdering her campers, Bambi gets a serious case of déjà vu. Hoping to stop the cheerleader-hating villains in their tracks is a member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Cooper (Tom Smothers), and his wisecracking deputy, Johnson (Paul Reubens).

Waban-aki: People from Where the Sun Rises (2006)

Filmmaker Alanis Obomsawin examines the Abenaki people of Quebec.

Corridor (2010)

A medical student (Emil Johnsen) fears his intrusive neighbor (Ylva Gallon) and her associates.

The Round and Round (2002)

An Oklahoma state senator (Robert Knott) tries to pass a law that bans cockfighting.

The Game (1988)

A father (Joseph Campanella) and son (Craig Alan) bust a cartel of bigwigs who play war games using real people.

Wednesday's Child (1999)

A troubled teenager (Summer Knight) and her brother meet a recluse who says he has the power to heal.

Behind Stone Walls (1932)

Behind Stone Walls is a 1932 American Pre-Code film directed by Frank R. Strayer.

Orpheus Descending (1990)

Orpheus Descending is a 1990 American television film starring Vanessa Redgrave and directed by Peter Hall. It is an adaptation of Tennessee Williams' play of the same name. Hall had directed Redgrave in an acclaimed Broadway production of the play a year earlier. The stage actors such as Redgrave, Kevin Anderson and Brad Sullivan reprised their roles for the film.

Behind the Front (1926)

Behind the Front is a 1926 silent film war comedy directed by Eddie Sutherland and starring Wallace Beery and Raymond Hatton. It was produced by Famous Players-Lasky and distributed by Paramount Pictures.A surviving film at George Eastman House and UCLA Film & Tv.

Under My Nails (2011)

Under My Nails is a Puerto Rican erotic crime thriller film directed by Ari Maniel Cruz, and written, produced and starting Kisha Tikina Burgos. It also stars actor Antonio Pantojas. The film's title refers to its primary protagonist's occupation as a nail salon tech. It is set in New York City, New York, United States.

Jungle (2000)

Jungle is a 2000 Indian thriller film produced and directed by Ram Gopal Varma starring Fardeen Khan and Urmila Matondkar in the lead roles. The ensemble cast film has received positive reviews upon release and was declared a Hit. The film won the Bollywood Movie Award for Best Direction.

My Name Was Bette: The Life and Death of an Alcoholic (2011)

Filmmaker Sherri L. VandenAkker chronicles a woman's battle with alcoholism using photographs, medical records and court documents.

Flying Tiger (2004)

A lonely artifact hunter (Casey Clark) believes that a teenager (Bryan Schany) has the ability to fly.

Cruel But Necessary (2005)

Cruel But Necessary is a 2005 independent film directed by Canadian actor/director Saul Rubinek. Actress Wendel Meldrum took a turn as a screenwriter for this project. Meldrum stars in the film as Betty Munson, a woman struggling to put her life back together after her marriage falls apart. Betty decides to secretly videotape family, friends, and others to help understand the truth of her life. Meldrum's own ex-husband, Mark Humphrey, and son, Luke Humphrey, play her onscreen ex-husband and son. Portions of Cruel But Necessary were posted on YouTube beginning in 2007. The film was released on DVD November 11, 2008.

Behind the Wall (1971)

Jan (Zbigniew Zapasiewicz), a driven young assistant professor in a university chemistry department, spends nearly his every waking hour teaching, studying, and preparing for his next step, becoming a full professor. Frustrated science writer Anna (Maja Komorowska) comes to Jan for professional advice but ends up revealing her personal anguish. The preoccupied and indifferent Jan doesn't understand the depth of Anna's troubles until she makes a more dramatic statement about them.

Avalanche (1978)

Rock Hudson, Mia Farrow, and more star in this classic disaster flick. A winter wonderland becomes a nightmare of chaos and destruction, when an avalanche smashes into a ski resort. Now a holiday vacation will become a struggle for survival.

Men In Love (1990)

A homosexual (Doug Self) takes his AIDS-victim ex-lover's ashes to Hawaii and joins a New Age guru's (Emerald Starr) group.

Christiana (1979)

On a pilgrimage to the Celestial City, a woman, her children and a neighbor face trials that test and enrich their faith.

Ruby and Rata (1990)

Ruby and Rata is a 1990 New Zealand comedy-drama film, directed and produced by Gaylene Preston.

Murder-Set-Pieces (2004)

Murder-Set-Pieces is a 2004 American horror film written, produced, and directed by Nick Palumbo. The film stars Sven Garrett and features cameos from horror icons Gunnar Hansen (The Texas Chain Saw Massacre), Cerina Vincent (Cabin Fever), and Tony Todd (Candyman).

A Secret Affair (2012)

A Secret Affair is a 2012 Filipino romantic drama film directed by Nuel Naval, starring Anne Curtis, Derek Ramsay and Andi Eigenmann. It's a love triangle story that was released last October 24, 2012 in more than 200 theaters in the Philippines by Viva Films Third party relationships are a trend in Philippine mainstream movies nowadays. A Secret Affair tackles the same theme about lies, temptations and rules in a relationship.

Roma wa la n'touma (2006)

Kamel and Zina leave Algeria to find work in Italy.

Rosie the Riveter (1944)

Rosie the Riveter is a 1944 American film directed by Joseph Santley and starring Jane Frazee.

Safari 3000 (1982)

Eddie Miles (David Carradine) has had to call it quits as a stunt double. Eager for a payday, Eddie is more than intrigued when reporter J.J. Dalton (Stockard Channing) tells him about a major auto race that starts in Africa and sends teams over multiple continents. Desperate to cover the race, J.J. hires Eddie to fill in for the driver she lost. A huge prize is up for grabs, but Eddie and J.J. face major obstacles, including a rundown car, stiff competition and treacherous terrain.

Chattambinadu (2009)

Chattambinaadu is a Malayalam film released in 2009. The film was directed by Shafi and written by Benny P. Nayarambalam, and stars Mammootty, Suraj Venjarammoodu, Raai Laxmi, Siddique, Manoj K. Jayan, Vinu Mohan. The film was made under Mammootty's production company Play House which distributed it as well.

Blood Junkie (2010)

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Kojak: None So Blind (1990)

Inspector Kojak (Telly Savalas) ties a love-and-money murder plot to a chain-store tycoon (Rip Torn) and a mobster (Jerry Orbach).

Night of the Alien (2011)

Fran and her friend go on a road trip through California and meet an odd assortment of people.

Not with My Wife, You Don't! (1966)

Not with My Wife, You Don't! is a 1966 comedy film starred by Tony Curtis, Virna Lisi and George C. Scott. The film was nominated for a Golden Globe for Best Motion Picture - Musical/Comedy. The plot basically follows the standard storyline of the long-running "road movies" popularized by Bob Hope, Bing Crosby and Dorothy Lamour, also products of the Norman Panama-Melvin Frank writing team. The opening title sequence and interior sequences with an animated green monster were created by Saul Bass.

Policía de narcóticos (1986)

Kidnapping leads to murder, which leads investigators to a drug ring.

Killer Yacht Party (2006)

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The Mask of Fu Manchu (1932)

The Mask of Fu Manchu is a 1932 Pre-Code adventure film directed by Charles Brabin. It was written by Irene Kuhn, Edgar Allan Woolf and John Willard based on the 1932 novel of the same name by Sax Rohmer. Starring Boris Karloff as Fu Manchu, and featuring Myrna Loy as his depraved daughter, the movie revolves around Fu Manchu's quest for the golden sword and mask of Genghis Khan. Lewis Stone plays his nemesis. The Mask of Fu Manchu is considered the best of the Fu Manchu films produced in the 1930s.[citation needed] This is one of the few films produced by William Randolph Hearst's Cosmopolitan Productions which did not star Marion Davies.

Nacho Mountain (2009)

Keefer competes against other locals in an illegal eating competition.

Johan (2005)

A music-loving member (Michiel Huisman) of a soccer-crazy family leaves to follow his dreams after his brother (Johnny de Mol) steals his girlfriend (Caro Lenssen).

The Keeping Hours (2018)

Years after the death of their only child and subsequent divorce, a couple discovers that their son's ghost continues to inhabit their former home.

Asino vola (2015)

A stubborn boy transforms a dumping ground into a playground and confides in his donkey his dreams of playing in the neighborhood band.

Forever Pure (2017)

Forever Pure is a 2016 UK-Israel documentary film, by Maya Zinshtein. The film is directed by Maya Zinshtein, and produced by Geoff Arbourne and Maya Zinshtein, co-produced by Torstein Grude and Alan Maher, and Executive produced by John Battsek and Nicole Stott. The film was released on Netflix on 6 July 2017 and went on to win a News & Documentary Emmy Award in 2018.

The Island Funeral (2016)

A young Muslim woman travels to Thailand's south, where more than 2,300 people have been killed since an Islamic insurgency began there several years ago. She questions her identity amid the current politically and religiously charged situation.