Owalini is a Marathi movie released on 26 April 2002. The movie is produced by Medhpranav Babasaheb Powar and directed by Dr. Babasaheb Powar. The movie is based on an army officer who becomes an outlaw to save his sister.
The Internet Must Go (2013)
The Internet Must Go is
a 2013 independent docufiction short web film about net neutrality, directed by Gena Konstantinakos.
Naani is a Telugu fantasy comedy film released in 2004. It was directed by S. J. Suryaah and stars Mahesh Babu, Amisha Patel. The film is bilingual, simultaneously shot with the Tamil version New, and features music composed by A. R. Rahman. The film is loosely based on the 1988 American film Big starring Tom Hanks.
Chinna Poove Mella Pesu (1987)
Chinna Poove Mella Pesu is a 1987 Tamil language drama film directed by the duo Robert – Rajasekhar. The film features Prabhu, Ramki, Narmadha, Sudha Chandran and Sabitha Anand in lead roles. The film, produced by S. K. Rajagopal, had musical score by S. A. Rajkumar and was released on 17 April 1987. The film became highly successful at the box office. The film also marked the debut of S. A. Rajkumar, Ramki and Narmadha.
Quell and Co. (1982)
Quell and Co is a 1982 film directed by William Witney.
Making the Headlines (1938)
Making the Headlines is an American 1938 crime drama directed by Lewis D. Collins and starring Jack Holt, Beverly Roberts, and Craig Reynolds.
Chhota Bheem aur Hanuman (2012)
Chhota Bheem Aur Hanuman is a fictional animated film produced by Greengold Animations. It is the tenth movie in the Chhota Bheem movie series, and the first of them to feature Hanuman.
Lembing Awang Pulang Ke Dayang (2009)
Lembing Awang Pulang Ke Dayang is a 2009 Malaysian film, directed by Majed Salleh. The film was produced by Dayang Digital, and also stars Farid Kamil, Siti Elizad, Zul Huzaimy, Lynette Ludi and Uji Rashid.
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.
End of the Wicked (1999)
End Of The Wicked is a Nigerian horror movie that tells story of how the forces darkness destroy good people and how they are being saved by the power of the Almighty God.
Reconciliation of Foes (1910)
The Rape of the Sabine Women is an art film by Eve Sussman, which had its world premiere on 2006-11-26 at the 47th International Thessaloniki Film Festival.
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.
Fields of Sacrifice (1964)
Fields of Sacrifice is a 1964 documentary by Donald Brittain about Canadian war dead. The film visits former battlefields where over 100,000 Canadian soldiers lost their lives in World War I and World War II and examines Canadian military cemeteries and memorials from Hong Kong to Sicily.
Gogoler Kirti (2014)
Gogoler Kirti is a 2014 Indian Bengali film, directed by Pompy Ghosh Mukherjee and produced by Supratik Ghosh under the banner of Ishani Films. Based on the story Royraja Uddhar and Mahishmardini Uddhar by Samaresh Basu, the film features child actor Ahijit Ghosh, Vikram Chatterjee and Indraneil Sengupta in the lead roles. It is the sequel of 2013 film Goyenda Gogol. The film was released on 12 September 2014.
Inside: The Mob's Bloody Valentine (2011)
Epitafium dla Barbary Radziwillówny (1983)
Epitafium dla Barbary Radziwiłłówny is a Polish historical film. It was released in 1982.
Elephant Parts (1981)
Elephant Parts is a collection of comedy and music videos made in 1981 by Michael Nesmith, former member of the Monkees. Nesmith produced the video through his company Pacific Arts. Elephant Parts is one hour long and features five full-length music videos, including the popular songs "Rio", and "Cruisin'", which featured wrestler Steve Strong and Monterey-based comic "Chicago" Steve Barkley.
The Agony of Mr. Boroka (1972)
Super Bowl (1976)
Eine Liebe im Zeichen des Drachen (2008)
Five and the Skin (1982)
Five and the Skin (French: Cinq et la peau) is a 1982 French drama film directed by Pierre Rissient. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1982 Cannes Film Festival.
Carrie Underwood: An All-Star Holiday Special (2009)
Forever Ealing (2002)
Karate Girl (1973)
Karateci Kız (English: Karate Girl) is a 1973 Turkish film. Directed by Orhan Aksoy, the cast includes popular Turkish actress Filiz Akın, and actor Ediz Hun.
In September 2012, the film gained notoriety in a viral video on YouTube which features the main character Zeynep (played by Akın) fatally shooting antagonist Ferruh (played by Bülent Kayabaş) several times while letting out unending screams until he falls to his death. The video, entitled "Worst movie death scene ever", gained more than 17 million views since its upload date on 26 September 2012. Though the cited clip was edited from the original to add the unending scream, viewers noted that the screams - as well as the slow-motion action of the actor being shot - only adds to the humor of the video. On May 15, 2013, WatchMojo.com ranked this death scene at #1 on their list called "Another Top 10 Hilarious Movie Deaths". It was even parodied in on Regular Show episode Every Meat Burritos
Foreign Relations (2014)
Sundown Valley (1944)
Chasing October (2007)
Forces of Nature (2012)
Thought of You (2010)
Karaoke Superstars (2006)
Time Tracers (1997)
Moon Shot (1994)
Three Little Woodpeckers (1965)
Three in One (1957)
Three in One is a 1957 Australian anthology film from director Cecil Holmes consisting of three separate stories, "A Load of Wood", "The City" and "Joe Wilson's Mates".
Fish and Chips (1962)
Buster's Last Stand (1970)
Burnt Toast (2005)
The Bar at the Crossing (1972)
The Bar at the Crossing (French: Le bar de la fourche) is a 1972 French adventure film directed by Alain Levent. It was entered into the 22nd Berlin International Film Festival.
Monster by Moonlight! The Immortal Saga of 'The Wolf Man' (1999)
Brave is a 1994 musical film directed by Richard Stanley and based on the 1994 concept album Brave by English progressive rock band Marillion.
Buonanotte... avvocato! (1955)
Buonanotte... avvocato! (traslation: Goodnight... Lawyer!) is a 1955 Italian comedy film directed by Giorgio Bianchi.
Bummin' It: The Life and Times of Oyster Bummins (2006)
This is She (2015)
Katha Solla Porom (2016)
Theory & Practice: Conversations with Noam Chomsky & Howard Zinn (2010)
When Strangers Click (2011)
Loser's Adventure (2017)
Pororo, Dinosaur Island Adventure (2017)
Mozart in Love (1975)
Mowaten we mokhber we haramy (2001)
Summer in Provence (2013)
Sum of Existence (2005)
Doctor Mabuse: Etiopomar (2014)
Flesh Wounds: Seven Stories of the Saw (2006)
Moscow: Cassiopea (1974)
Moscow-Cassiopeia (Russian: Москва — Кассиопея, translit. Moskva-Kassiopeya) is a Soviet 1974 science fiction comedy film directed by Richard Viktorov based on a script by Isai Kuznetsov and Avenir Zak. Followed by Teens in the Universe (second part, 1975).
More Than Diamonds (2010)
Five Guys Named Moe (1995)
Five Feet High and Rising (2000)
Bloody Sisterly Love (2015)
Three Smart Boys (1937)
Three Smart Boys is a 1937 Our Gang short comedy film directed by Gordon Douglas. It was the 153rd Our Gang short (154th episode, 65th talking short, and 66th talking episode) that was released.
Si wang wang lao (2000)
No One Heard the Scream (1973)
Nadie oyó gritar (English: No One Heard the Scream) is a 1973 Spanish horror film directed by Eloy de la Iglesia. The film stars two of the director’s favorite performers: Carmen Sevilla (from de la Iglesia's The Glass Ceiling) and Vicente Parra (from de la Iglesia's Cannibal Man). The plot follows a beautiful woman forced to help her neighbor after she sees him disposing the corpse of his wife on an elevator shaft. The film, daring for its time, was mutilated by the Francoist censors.
The film explores some of Eloy de la Iglesia’s recurrent themes such as voyeurism, socialism, society's class system, and homoerotic imagery. Nadie oyó gritar is not strictly a horror film, but mixes genres: drama, black comedy, suspense, road movie, character study, psychological thriller and horror, with few jolts and bloody scenes.
The Keith Jarrett Trio: Live at Open Theatre East (1993)
Russell Howard Live: Dingledodies (2009)
I Love You, Baby (2000)
I Love You, Baby is a 2000 German action thriller movie directed by Nick Lyon with Jasmin Gerat, Mark Keller, Maximilian Schell and Burkhard Driest in the lead.
The League of Gentlemen Are Behind You (2006)
All My Friends Part 3 (1985)
Amici miei – Atto III (internationally released as My Friends Act III and All My Friends Part 3) is a 1985 Italian comedy film directed by Nanni Loy. It is the third chapter in the Amici Miei film series.
For this film Gastone Moschin was awarded with a Silver Ribbon for best supporting actor.
Synergy: Visions of Vibe (1999)
Lee Evans Live: The Different Planet Tour (1996)
The Garden (1995)
The Garden (Slovak: Záhrada) is a 1995 Slovak feature film in cooperation with French Artcam International directed by Martin Šulík. The film is a poetic tale of Jakub, a man in his early 30s. It reflects the relationships and desires of Jakub in the idyllic surroundings of his grandfather's garden. The film was selected as the Slovak entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 68th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.
Ho Ho Ho (2009)
Ho Ho Ho is a Romanian Christmas-themed family comedy film starring Romanian music and TV icon Ştefan Bănică, Jr., directed by Jesus del Cerro, and produced by MediaPro Pictures as the first Romanian comedy film about Christmas.
Frankenstein: Birth of a Monster (2003)
Nathalie Granger (1972)
Nathalie Granger is a 1972 French drama film directed by Marguerite Duras.
Red Hot Chili Peppers: Off the Map (2001)
Algjör Sveppi og dularfulla hótelherbergið (2010)
Støv på hjernen (1961)
Støv på hjernen is a 1961 Danish film directed by Poul Bang and starring Helle Virkner. It is a remake of the Norwegian film Støv på hjernen from 1959.
Jasper Carrott: Beat The Carrott (1981)
Angyali üdvözlet (1984)
The Annunciation (in Hungarian: Angyali üdvözlet) is a Hungarian film directed by András Jeles in 1984, based on The Tragedy of Man (1861) by Imre Madách.
Árido Movie (2005)
Árido Movie is a 2005 Brazilian drama film written and directed by Lírio Ferreira. It premiered in the Horizons section at the 62nd edition of the Venice Film Festival. Released in Brazil in 2006, it was nominated for Best Film at the 2007 Grande Prêmio do Cinema Brasileiro.
Les horizons morts (1951)
Yakuza tai G-men (1973)
Portrait of the Wind (2005)
The Kentucky Derby (1922)
The Kentucky Derby is a 1922 American silent adventure film directed by King Baggot and starring Reginald Denny. It is based on a Broadway play The Suburban by Charles T. Dazey. It was produced and distributed by Universal Film Manufacturing Company. Denny's first starring feature-length movie.
The film survives today.
Rob Roy (1922)
Rob Roy is a 1922 British silent historical film directed by W.P. Kellino and starring David Hawthorne, Gladys Jennings and Simeon Stuart. It depicts the life of the early 18th century outlaw Rob Roy MacGregor.
Gol de Cuba (2013)
The Fatal Warning (1929)
The Fatal Warning is a 1929 mystery film serial directed by Richard Thorpe. The film is considered to be a lost film, with no prints known to exist.
Ein hoffnungsloser Fall (1939)
A Hopeless Case (German: Ein hoffnungsloser Fall) is a 1939 German comedy film directed by Erich Engel and starring Jenny Jugo, Karl Ludwig Diehl and Hannes Stelzer.
The film's sets were designed by Karl Weber.
Gaiety Girls (1938)
Paradise for Two is a 1937 British comedy film directed by Thornton Freeland and starring Jack Hulbert, Patricia Ellis and Arthur Riscoe. It is also known by the alternative title Gaiety Girls. A chorus girl is mistaken for a millionaire's girlfriend.
It was made at Denham Studios. The film's sets were designed by Vincent Korda. It was a loose remake of the 1933 German film And Who Is Kissing Me?.
Samson is 1936 French drama film directed by Maurice Tourneur and starring Harry Baur, Gaby Morlay and André Lefaur. It was based on the 1908 play of the same title by Henri Bernstein, which had previously been made into three silent films. The film was shot at the Joinville Studios in Paris, with sets designed by the art director Guy de Gastyne.
Himmel, Scheich und Wolkenbruch (1976)
The Head of Janus (1920)
The Head of Janus (German: Der Janus-Kopf) is a 1920 German horror silent film directed by F. W. Murnau. The film was an unauthorized adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson's novel The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, but the source material went unrecognized by some of the German media due to changes in the characters' names.Released on 17 September 1920 by the Lipow Co., this is one of Murnau's lost films. The screenplay was written by Hans Janowitz, who collaborated with Carl Mayer on the script for The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1919). While the film itself does not survive, the scripts and related production notes do. Because the film is lost, its full length is unknown.
High Octane 3 (2002)