You've Got To Be Smart (1960)
You've Got to Be Smart is a 1967 low-budgeted drama film. The movie was released in few theaters in 1967. The film starred Tom Stern, Roger Perry, Gloria Castillo, and Mamie Van Doren. The movie was one of the few drama films that Van Doren made during the decade of the 1960s. Van Doren had risen to fame in the early 1950s, but by the 1960s her career had faltered.
Last Train To Mahakali (1999)
Last Train to Mahakali (1999) is short film written and directed by Indian film director-screenwriter Anurag Kashyap. It was made for the Star Plus television series Star Bestsellers and was first telecast in 1999. The film won the Special Jury Award at the 8th Annual Star Screen Awards. In 2005, the film was one of the four short films screened at an event organized by Films Anonymous at Hyderabad.
Super Sentai World (1994)
Super Sentai World is a short 3-D film superhero based on the Super Sentai franchise that was shown in 1994 in amusement parks and special events nationwide in Japan. It was shown as a triple feature alongside Kamen Rider World and Toei Hero Daishugō.
Cedric the Entertainer: Live from the Ville (2016)
Donning his signature suit and fedora, the dapper comic offers a unique spin on getting old, the presidential election and 'Honky Tonk Badonkadonk.'
Good Luck (2012)
Aggretsuko: We Wish You A Metal Christmas (2018)
While Retsuko desperately makes plans for Christmas Eve, her new obsession with seeking validation through social media spirals out of control.
Ricardo Quevedo: Los Amargados Somos Mas (2019)
From how social media can ruin relationships to the perils of buying a gift for a woman, comic Ricardo Quevedo dissects life's trials and tribulations.
Francesco de Carlo: Cose di Questo Mondo (2019)
Taking the stage in Milan, Francesco De Carlo opens up about his bad habits, religion, politics and what he's learned from traveling the world.
ReMastered: Massacre at the Stadium (2019)
The shocking murder of singer Victor Jara in 1973 turned him into a powerful symbol of Chile's struggle. Decades later, a quest for justice unfolds.
Rodney Carrington: Here Comes The Truth (2017)
Raunchy country comic and musician Rodney Carrington jokes and sings about life in his 40s, poking fun at sex, relationships and gaining weight.
Parchís: The Documentary (2019)
The spotlight's on Parchís, a record company-created Spanish boy/girl band that had unprecedented success with Top 10 songs and hit films in the '80s.
Greg Davies: You Magnificent Beast (2018)
British comedian Greg Davies revisits terrifying dates, manscaping disasters, his father's pranks and more in a savagely funny stand-up special.
Un matrimonio da favola (2014)
Whisper of Silent Body (2019)
Let It Be Law (2019)
Papá Youtuber (2019)
Pariban: Idola dari Tanah Jawa (2019)
Portrait of a Beauty (2008)
Portrait of a Beauty (Hangul: 미인도; RR: Miindo) is a 2008 South Korean film directed by Jeon Yun-su. Adapted from the bestselling novel Painter of the Wind (Hangul: 바람의 화원; RR: Barame Hwawon) by Lee Jung-myung, the film portrays Joseon-era painter Shin Yun-bok (better known by his pen name, Hyewon) as being a woman disguised as a man.
Portrait of a Beauty opened in South Korean theaters on 13 November 2008. It was the 8th most attended domestic film of 2008 with 2,364,482 tickets sold.
Martha is a 1967 Danish comedy film directed by Erik Balling and starring Ove Sprogøe. It enjoys a cult following.
Textiles (French: Les Textiles) is a 2004 French comedy film directed by Franck Landron.
Doce de Pimenta (2007)
Travelers: Jigen Keisatsu is a Japanese science fiction film directed by Koichi Sakamoto, starring Nao Nagasawa, Ayumi Kinoshita and Yuko Takayama. It was released in Japan on April 13, 2013.
Furia, las peleas de Carlos Monzon (2019)
Amazônia: O Despertar da Florestania (2019)
Normal Is Over: The Movie 1.1 (2019)
Koytaa Ek Sangharsh (2019)
Kuntilanak 2 (2007)
Pitkä Perjantai (2019)
Breathless Animals (2019)
A Serial Killer's Guide to Life (2020)
Self-help addict Lou unwittingly embarks on a road trip of violent self discovery with her unhinged new life coach Val. 30-something, self-help addict, Lou Farnt (Katie Brayben) wants nothing more than to escape her overly controlling mother and the dead-end seaside town where she grew up. When strange and strikingly confident new life coach Val (Poppy Roe) invites Lou on a road trip of alternative therapies, Lou finds the perfect opportunity to leave, and the perfect person to become. Unfortunately for Lou, Val’s a serial killer.
Vosotros sois mi película (2019)
Same But Different: A True New Zealand Love Story (2019)
Murphy's Law: Ghanoone Morfi (2019)
Far til fire i byen (1956)
Father of Four in the City (Danish: Far til fire i byen) is a 1956 Danish family film directed by Alice O'Fredericks.
Lasse Rimmer: Nævenyttig (2012)
Winnie & Karina (2009)
Linda P og mig (2012)
Sinbad: The Flying Princess and the Secret Island Part 2 (2016)
Mission Critical: Amphibian Rescue (2011)
Diana and the Paparazzi (2017)
Fall of Japan: In Color (2015)
America's Secret D-Day Disaster (2014)
White Love (1979)
White Love is a 1979 romance film from Japan starring Momoe Yamaguchi, Tomokazu Miura, and Bunjaku Han. It was directed by Tsugunobu Kotani and filmed in Spain.
It was the second of the Yamaguchi-Miura "golden combi"'s films shot outside Japan and also the second based on an original script rather than a literary work.
A Spiritual Matter (2015)
I Hate My Best Friends' Kids (2007)
Kein Geldschrank geht von selber auf - Die Eddie-Chapman-Story (1971)
Das Geheimnis der Mary Celeste (1972)
This Wrestling Life (2010)
Les vautours (1975)
The Vultures is a 1975 Quebec film by Jean-Claude Labrecque.
Visage pâle (1985)
Alone in the Dark (1993)
Childish Things (1969)
Childish Things is a 1969 film directed by John Derek and David Nelson starring Derek's then-wife Linda Evans.
It was also known as Confessions of Tom Harris and Tale of the Cock.
Sukumarudu is a 2013 Telugu film with Aadi, Nisha Aggarwal and Bhavna Ruparel in the lead roles. The movie is being directed by G. Ashok of Pilla Zamindar fame and is being produced by K. Venugopal under the banner Sri Soudhamini Creations. Music will is composed by Anoop Rubens. The movie was released worldwide on 10 May 2013.
Racing to the End of Time (1997)
Claudia touched by the moon (2019)
The Resurrection of the Golden Wolf (1979)
The Resurrection of the Golden Wolf is a 1979 Japanese crime thriller film based on a novel by Haruhiko Oyabu. It stars Yūsaku Matsuda as a criminal who disguises himself as a salaryman, and Jun Fubuki as his girlfriend. It was directed by Toru Murakawa.
Minority Opinion (2015)
Skeletons in the Closet (2007)
Miss Change (2013)
Mackinac Island (1944)
Felix Austria! (2013)
Trailer for documentary film about American aesthete Felix Pfeifle who sets out to find and save the last heir of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, but along the way discovers that the real ticking bomb is his own mortality.
No One Will Ever Know (2018)
The Magic Portal (1989)
Men and Dust (1940)
Pociag do Hollywood (1987)
Happiness of Us Alone (1961)
Notre monde (2013)
Wakil rakyat (2009)
K2 - La montagna degli Italiani (2013)
Tøser + Drengerøve (1998)
Finding Faith In Christ (2004)
Spike's Reindeer Rescue (2012)
Barney's Once Upon a Time (1996)
Wizard of Oz 3: Dorothy Goes to Hell (2006)
Tutti possono arricchire tranne i poveri (1976)
A Spy in the House that Ruth Built (1990)
Soula Ela Xana (2009)
Energy and How to Get It (1981)
A Fallen Spirit (1910)
The Old Chisholm Trail (1942)
The Old Chisholm Trail is a 1942 American Western film written and directed by Elmer Clifton. The film stars Johnny Mack Brown, Tex Ritter, Fuzzy Knight, Jennifer Holt, Mady Correll and Earle Hodgins. The film was released on December 11, 1942, by Universal Pictures.
Blondes in the Jungle (2009)
Shining Boy and Little Randy (2005)
Fascisti su Marte (2006)
1974, une partie de campagne (2002)
Bekikang: Ang nanay kong beki (2013)
Bekikang: Ang Nanay Kong Beki is a 2013 drama-comedy Filipino film with an LGBT theme, directed by Wenn V. Deramas.
West of Abilene (1940)
West of Abilene is a 1940 American Western film directed by Ralph Ceder and written by Paul Franklin. The film stars Charles Starrett, Marjorie Cooley, Bruce Bennett, William Pawley, Don Beddoe and George Cleveland. The film was released on October 21, 1940, by Columbia Pictures.
The Lion Men (2014)
The Lion Men is a Singapore action film directed by Jack Neo and starring Tosh Zhang, Wang Weiliang, Eva Cheng, Noah Yap, Charlie Goh, Maxi Lim and Chen Tianwen. The main plot revolves around two lion dance groups pitting themselves against each other.
Barney's Musical Castle (2001)
Barney's Musical Castle, also called Barney's Musical Castle LIVE and El Castillo Musical de Barney (Spanish), was Barney's fourth concert and his second US tour. The tour began in September 8, 1999, and the video was released in 2001. In this stage show tour, Barney, Baby Bop, BJ and kids go to the forest to visit the king. The home video was taped at the Rosemont Theater.
Sticky Carpet (2006)
Sticky Carpet is Melbourne's alternative Rockumentary of 2006, a community driven documentary film by Mark Butcher, co-produced by Glenn Waterworth and Pip Stafford.
Critical Encounter (2005)
Krantikaal (2005) is an Indian Bengali feature film directed by Sekhar Das of Mahulbanir Sereng fame.
Moon Breath Beat (1980)
Moon Breath Beat is an experimental 1980 animated student film by Lisze Bechtold about her cats turning into abstract figures.
A Journey to the Center of the Earth (1977)
A Journey To The Center Of The Earth is a 1977 Australian animated film originally based on the novel A journey to the center of the Earth by Jules Verne. It was directed by Richard Slapczynski from a screenplay by John Palmer and produced by Walter J. Hucker.
Grean Fictions (2013)
Grean Fictions is a Thai comedy-drama film directed by Chookiat Sakveerakul and produced and distributed by Sahamongkol Film International. The film is a coming-of-age story about Tee, an upper-secondary-school boy from Chiang Mai, his friends, their school lives, and family. The film was released on 18 April 2013.
Barney's Big Surprise (1998)
Barney's Big Surprise was Barney the Dinosaur's first national tour. The show started in 1996 and played in 60 cities, with a program of 28 old and new Barney songs. Originally planned for theaters, it was revised to become more like a rock concert for young children; most of the venues were small arenas with around 5,000 seats, with some larger arenas used as well. A video of the show, which had been taped at the Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum, was released in 1998.
Line Describing a Cone (1973)
Line Describing a Cone is a film produced in 1973 by artist Anthony McCall as part of his "solid light" film series. McCall's reduction of film to the essential properties of the medium resembles the work of other radical artists of his time, and has inspired various projects by artists such as Stan Douglas, Richard Serra, and Gordon Matta-Clark.
The Fattest Man in Britain (2009)
The Fattest Man in Britain is a comedy-drama written by Caroline Aherne and Jeff Pope, and directed by David Blair, which aired on ITV, STV & UTV on 20 December 2009. It starred Timothy Spall, Bobby Ball, Aisling Loftus and Barry Austin. The plot is loosely based on a real-life event when Britain's then self-styled 'Fattest Man' Jack Taylor was defeated in a 'weigh off' by Barry Austin in the 2001 television documentary The Fattest Men in Britain.