Thug Love (2009)

Going through a difficult divorce at 40, Destiny begins a passionate affair with a young man. As her obsession with him grows, her career will be in danger unless she can handle it all.

Dora's Christmas Carol Adventure (2009)

¡Feliz Navidad! It's Christmas time, but Swiper is up to no good! After he lands on Santa's naughty list, Dora must help the sneaky fox discover the true spirit of Christmas. You can help too as you join Dora in this retelling of a holiday classic!

The April Fools (1969)

The April Fools is a 1969 romantic comedy film starring Jack Lemmon and Catherine Deneuve. It was directed by Stuart Rosenberg.

Mars Project (2012)

Tortured by demonic voices, Khari Stewart receives a diagnosis of schizophrenia. He believes a pair of demons from outer space is trying to control his mind, and he uses a spiritual shaman and drugs to control the voices.

The Jungle Princess (1936)

The Jungle Princess is a 1936 American adventure film directed by Wilhelm Thiele starring Dorothy Lamour and Ray Milland.

Armed For Action (1992)

For war veteran Sgt. Phil Towers, transporting known Mafia hitman David Montel from New York to Los Angeles seemed like a routine mission, only to be ambushed halfway across the country by ten of the mob's top gunmen.

The Fox and the Chickadee (2013)

A fox (Paul Aspland) and a chickadee must work together to steal food.

I'm Still Alive (1940)

I'm Still Alive is a 1940 American drama film directed by Irving Reis and written by Edmund H. North. The film stars Kent Taylor, Linda Hayes, Howard Da Silva, Ralph Morgan and Don Dillaway. The film was released on September 20, 1940, by RKO Pictures.

Back in Business (1997)

Back in Business is a 1997 action thriller film starring Brian Bosworth and Joe Torry. The film revolves around two policemen, Joe Elkhart (Bosworth) and Tony Dunbar (Torry) and their pursuit of drug runners and dirty cops.

Hell's Caretaker (2013)

Six friends travel to a remote farmhouse for one last party but have no idea a deranged killer has taken up residence in their favorite party spot.

Love Arcadia (2015)

A teenager has to defend his family's tea shop from a young and beautiful real estate mogul.

The Legend Of Jimi Lazer (2013)

Lazer Us is an independent film by CubeCity Entertainment and Curium Films. Originally titled The Legend of Jimi Lazer, it won "Best Film - Adventure Category" at the Manhattan Film Festival and screened at Toronto's Reel Indie Film Festival. Its new name was unveiled for the DVD release in 2014. The film stars Robbie Beniuk, Patrick J. Mitchell, Amy Landon, Elijah Black, Robert Tanos, Tanya Lynne, Christopher Elliott, and Jim Yorfido. Written and produced by Roberto Munoz, the story is inspired by his days in the music industry. In the 1980s, Munoz managed the alternative Gospel band, Level Heads, featuring Juno award-winning musician, Jim Chevalier. He promoted such acts as Phil Keaggy and Second Chapter of Acts, and Freedom 88, a three-day alternative Gospel Music festival at Bingeman Park in Kitchener, Ontario with Steve Taylor, Adam Again, and the Grammy-award winning band The Choir.

Joe's So Mean to Josephine (1996)

Joe's So Mean to Josephine is the first full-length feature film by Canadian film director Peter Wellington, released in 1996. The film stars Eric Thal and Sarah Polley as Joe and Josephine, a couple who enter a romantic relationship despite their significant differences and incompatibilities. The film's cast also includes Don McKellar, Waneta Storms, Jason Cadieux, Tracy Wright, Semi Chellas, Dixie Seatle and Rachel Luttrell. At the 17th Genie Awards, Ron Sures was nominated for Best Original Score, and the film won that year's Claude Jutra Award for the best Canadian feature film by a first-time director.

Le grand film ordinaire (1971)

Le Grand Cirque ordinaire, an improvisation group from Montreal, stages a theatrical fable about Joan of Arc interwoven with scenes from life in Quebec.

Infini (2015)

Infini is a 2015 Australian science fiction film directed by Shane Abbess, and starring Daniel MacPherson, Grace Huang, and Luke Hemsworth.

Let's Rock Again! (2004)

Let's Rock Again! is a music documentary film following Joe Strummer as he tours across the United States and Japan with his band the Mescaleros promoting their second album Global a Go-Go. The memoir was shot by filmmaker and longtime Strummer friend Dick Rude in the 18 months leading up to Strummer's death in 2002.

EM (2008)

A young couple (Nathan Wetherington, Stef Willen) start a new life together but secrets from the past threaten their future.

The Man from Tumbleweeds (1940)

The Man from Tumbleweeds is a 1940 American Western film directed by Joseph H. Lewis and written by Charles F. Royal. The film stars Wild Bill Elliott, Iris Meredith, Dub Taylor, Ray Bennett, Francis Walker and Ernie Adams. The film was released on May 2, 1940, by Columbia Pictures.

En quête de sens (2015)

Two childhood friends travel the world to meet some of the greatest thinkers of our time. This incredible voyage, full of moments of doubt and moments of joy, will lead them to question the very beliefs that have shaped Western civilization. This film captures the change in human consciousness currently happening all over the planet, and the desire to live in harmony with oneself and the world.

Slightly French (1949)

Slightly French is a 1949 American musical comedy film directed by Douglas Sirk and starring Dorothy Lamour, Don Ameche and Janis Carter. The screenplay concerns a Hollywood director who recruits an American singer.

The Devil's Party (1938)

The Devil's Party is a 1938 American film directed by Ray McCarey based on the Borden Chase novel Hells' Kitchen Has a Pantry.

Naked Evil (1966)

Naked Evil is a 1966 British horror film, written and directed by Stanley Goulder. It is based on the play The Obi written by Jon Manchip White. An American version of the film was released with the title Exorcism at Midnight, which combined tinted B/W footage from the original film with new color sequences with Lawrence Tierney.

Body Language (1992)

Body Language is a 1992 television film written and directed by Arthur Allan Seidelman. The thriller, starring Heather Locklear as a successful business executive and Linda Purl as her assistant who is trying to take over her life, was produced for USA Network, and was released on VHS in 1998.

Let's Have Some Church Detroit Style (2015)

The work and achievements of the Hallelujah Singers.

The Law (1974)

The Law is a 1974 Universal Television made-for-television film directed by John Badham starring Judd Hirsch as defense attorney Murray Stone with John Beck, Bonnie Franklin and Gary Busey.

The Littlest Warrior (1961)

Zooshio is reunited with his family after a run-in with a spider.

Encrucijada para una monja (1967)

A nun raped by Congo natives becomes pregnant and must decide whether to give up her baby or leave the order.

Can Go Through Skin (2009)

Can Go Through Skin is a 2009 Dutch drama film written and directed by Esther Rots. The film is the first feature film by Rots.

The Little Wizard: Guardian of the Magic Crystals (2008)

A cub and a small boy must save the world from an evil draken.

Triomf (2009)

Triomf is a 2008 film based on the 1994 novel by Marlene van Niekerk.

People (2004)

A man (Rupert Everett) seeks advice after losing his status with the Parisian jet set.

Hand of God (2007)

Hand of God is a 2006 independent documentary that was acquired for national airing in the United States by Frontline. The film was directed and edited by Joe Cultrera and tells the story of how his brother Paul was molested in the 1960s by their parish priest, Father Joseph Birmingham, who allegedly abused nearly 100 other children. Cultrera tells the story of faith betrayed and how his brother Paul and the rest of the Cultrera family fought back against a scandal that continues to afflict churches across the country. The Cultrera brothers were raised in an Italian-Catholic family in Salem, Massachusetts, and attended Catholic school from kindergarten through high school. From an early age they were immersed in the beliefs and teachings of the Catholic Church. At 14, Paul, an altar boy at St. James Parish, came under the guidance of Fr. Birmingham. Birmingham was young and friendly, often taking the boys on trips and inviting them to the rectory for Friday and Saturday night pizza parties. It was during confession that Paul's relationship with Fr. Birmingham changed. Confessing to masturbation led to private "counseling" sessions at the rectory, where Paul was sexually abused. Birmingham also abused him during nighttime rides in Birmingham's black Ford Galaxie and on trips out of town. Paul kept this secret for nearly 30 years, until he decided to finally confront the Church and launch his own investigation into whether the Archdiocese of Boston had covered up allegations against Birmingham, moving him from parish to parish and placing more children in danger. Paul began to place advertisements in the newspapers of the various towns where Birmingham had been posted, asking the simple question, "Do You Remember Father Birmingham?" The responses he received were an indication that he was certainly not Birmingham's only victim.

Bluebeard (1963)

France, WWI. Landru, the father of four Children, contacts Parisian women through newspapers, seduces and eventually kills them in order to feed his little family.

La historia del baúl rosado (2005)

A detective (Edgardo Romn) must contend with a nosy journalist (Diego Vlez) while trying to solve a murder.

Duel on the Mississippi (1955)

Duel on the Mississippi is a 1955 Western film directed by William Castle starring Lex Barker and Patricia Medina.

Alongside Night (2014)

As the U.S. teeters on the brink of economic collapse, the son of a famous economist (Kevin Sorbo) joins a band of underground revolutionaries after his family goes missing.

The Line (2007)

A detective (David Barry) and an undercover lawman (Andy McPhee) try to prevent a murder from leading to a gang war.

My first war (2008)

A soldier documents the second Lebanese War.

When Ruoma Was Seventeen (2002)

An optimistic teenager (Li Min) falls for an older photographer (Yang Zhigang) who promises to take her to the big city.

The Ice Follies of 1939 (1939)

The Ice Follies of 1939 is a 1939 American musical drama film directed by Reinhold Schünzel, and starring Joan Crawford, James Stewart, Lew Ayres and Lewis Stone. Using a show business backdrop, and featuring The International Ice Follies, Crawford plays Mary, an actress, who marries an ice skater and encounters career and relationship issues.

She and He (1963)

She and He is a 1963 Japanese drama film directed by Susumu Hani. It was entered into the 14th Berlin International Film Festival where Sachiko Hidari won the Silver Bear for Best Actress award.

The Last Circus (2010)

The Last Circus (Spanish: Balada Triste de Trompeta; "Sad Trumpet Ballad") is a 2010 Spanish dark comedy drama film written and directed by Álex de la Iglesia. It premiered at the 2010 Venice Film Festival.

Larisa (1980)

A tribute to Russian filmmaker Larisa Shepitko.

Class Relations (1984)

Klassenverhältnisse, known in English as Class Relations, in French as Amerika, rapports de classe, is a 1984 film by the French filmmaking duo of Jean-Marie Straub and Danièle Huillet. It is based on Franz Kafka's unfinished first novel, Amerika. The German filmmaker Harun Farocki appears as one of the leads, and the film also features a cameo from American experimental filmmaker Thom Andersen. A documentary was made about the filming process, Jean-Marie Straub und Danièle Huillet bei der Arbeit an einem Film.

El tejedor de milagros (1962)

El tejedor de milagros is a 1962 Mexican drama film directed by Francisco del Villar. It was entered into the 12th Berlin International Film Festival.

Fuera de la ley (1964)

Some outlaws come to a quiet town in the Old West, and two brave brothers capture them but one manages to escape.

Zolar (2004)

Three teenage athletes try to protect a powerful alien from evil extraterrestrials trying to steal its life force.

Hold Me and Kiss Me (1992)

A woman (Yko Minamino) who has HIV forms new bonds.

No Bad Days (2008)

The theft of a Mayan artifact causes a man to evade his past and team up with a woman who is searching for her anthropologist mother.

L'intrépide (1975)

An embittered surgeon hires a gangster to kill his overbearing fiance.

Fury Below (1936)

A mine operator (Russell Gleason) and a foreman (Rex Lease) must save trapped workers from a cave-in.

Cane Toads: An Unnatural History (1988)

Cane Toads: An Unnatural History (1988) is a 47-minute documentary film about the introduction of Cane Toads to Australia. Cane Toads were introduced to Australia with the aim of controlling a sugar cane pest, the cane beetle, but they over-multiplied and became a serious problem in the Australian ecosystem. It is often humorous, and is used in high schools and colleges as a complement to curricula in biology, ecology, environmental science, anthropology, geography, and communication. It was filmed in Cairns and Gordonvale in Queensland. The film was nominated for a BAFTA Film Award for Best Short Film. It is distributed in the United States by Radio Pictures. Unusual for a film considered a cult classic, Cane Toads performed very well during its theatrical release. For almost 20 years Cane Toads: An Unnatural History held the title of top grossing non-IMAX documentary for the Australian box office. It remains easily in the top ten today even with the IMAX films included. Released in March 1988, it is recorded as bringing in $613,910 Australian dollars (not adjusted for inflation).

247°F (2011)

247°F is a suspense thriller directed by Levan Bakhia and Beqa Jguburia. Cast members include Scout Taylor-Compton, Travis Van Winkle, Christina Ulloa, Michael Copon and Tyler Mane. It was filmed in Tbilisi, Georgia and wrapped in July, 2011. It received its first international release date in Georgia on 1 September 2011. The film is about a group of friends who get trapped in a sauna. 247°F was released on UK DVD and Blu-ray on the 18th March, from Anchor Bay Entertainment.

In Our Name (2010)

In Our Name is a 2010 British drama film written and directed by Brian Welsh. It follows a female soldier (played by Joanne Froggatt) who has returned from serving in Iraq and her struggle to adjust back into everyday life. Froggatt won the Best Newcomer award for her performance in the film at the 2010 British Independent Film awards.

Hot Chili (1985)

A group of American teenage boys goes south of the border to work for the summer at a Mexican resort. There they encounter many wacky guests and have zany adventures involving a German dominatrix, a music teacher that gets hot when giving lessons, a buxom cook, and an uptight socialite that eventually thaws. More often than not they end up in bed with someone, but one of the teens is holding out for True Love.

Barrio Tales (2012)

Two teenagers are disappointed after they sneak into the border town of Barrio, Mexico, but all they find is an old story teller. Their disappointment quickly fades when she regales them with three horrific tales filled with violence and blood.

Dil Aur Deewaar (1978)

Dil Aur Deewar is a 1978 Bollywood Action drama film, produced by D. Ramanaidu on Vijaya & Suresh Productions Combines banner and directed by K. Bapaiah. Starring Jeetendra, Moushumi Chatterjee in the lead roles and music composed by Laxmikant–Pyarelal. The film is a remake of Telugu Movie Jeevana Tarangalu (1973), starring Sobhan Babu, Vanisri, Krishnam Raju in the pivotal roles, both the movies are made by same banner and director.

Indian Rupee (2011)

Indian Rupee is a 2011 Indian satirical film written and directed by Ranjith Balakrishnan, and produced by August Cinema. The film stars Prithviraj Sukumaran, Thilakan, Tini Tom and Jagathy Sreekumar in significant roles.

Still We Believe: The Boston Red Sox Movie (2004)

Still, We Believe: The Boston Red Sox Movie is a 2004 documentary/sport film documenting the Boston Red Sox' 2003 season and the team's relationship with its fans. It was directed by Paul Doyle, Jr. and was first released on May 7, 2004 at the Loew’s Boston Common Theater in Boston, Massachusetts.

Fighting With Anger (2007)

Ray's (Kelli Fleming) underworld mentor, Will (Willie Nelson), gives her a series of new jobs that may help her learn about her past. When an innocent woman is killed, Ray has to survive against a new nemesis that emerges from the shadows.

I Am Divine (2013)

I Am Divine is a 2013 American documentary film produced and directed by Jeffrey Schwarz of the Los Angeles-based production company Automat Pictures. The documentary focuses on the American actor, singer and drag performer Divine (October 19, 1945 – March 7, 1988), born Harris Glenn Milstead, a lifelong friend and collaborator of filmmaker John Waters. The film features extensive contemporary interviews with Waters, as well as Divine's mother Frances Milstead, and surviving members of the Dreamlanders.

Jungle Juice (2002)

A Korean mobster's bumbling assistants team up with a street-smart hooker to find their employer's missing drug money.

The Day I Saw Your Heart (2011)

The Day I Saw Your Heart (original title: Et soudain, tout le monde me manque) is a 2011 family drama film directed by Jennifer Devoldère and starring Mélanie Laurent, Michel Blanc, Florence Loiret Caille, Guillaume Gouix, Kev Adams, Camille Chamoux and Malik Bentalha.

Dark Night of the Soul (1998)

A skeleton faced death cultist recruits new members by indoctrinating them with his occult beliefs.

In Darkness (2011)

In Darkness (Polish: W ciemności) is a 2011 Polish drama film written by David F. Shamoon and directed by Agnieszka Holland. Based on true events during German occupation of Poland, the film tells a story of Leopold Socha, a sewer worker in the then Polish city of Lwów (taken after World War II by the Soviet Union, and now part of Ukraine), who used his knowledge of the city's sewer system to shelter a group of Jews escaped from Lwów's ghetto during the German extermination of Jewish people. The film was nominated for Best Foreign Language Film at the 84th Academy Awards.

The Mutilation Man (2011)

A man enters a neighborhood and brings pain and torture along with him.

Maria Chapdelaine (1983)

Maria Chapdelaine is a Canadian historical drama film, released in 1983. An adaptation of Louis Hémon's novel Maria Chapdelaine, the film was directed by Gilles Carle and starred Carole Laure in the title role.

Legend of the Sacred Stone (2000)

Legend of the Sacred Stone is a 2000 Taiwanese puppetry feature film written and directed by Chris Huang, a spin-off from the glove puppetry wuxia television series Pili. It reflects the traditional Taiwanese style of glove puppetry known there as budaixi, supplemented by computer-generated imagery.

Cast Me If You Can (2010)

An actor who plays supporting roles falls in love with an energetic actress and rediscovers himself.

Equinox (1970)

Equinox (also known as The Equinox... A Journey into the Supernatural, and released on home video as The Beast) is a 1970 American independent horror film directed by Dennis Muren and Jack Woods, and starring Edward Connell, Barbara Hewitt, Frank Bonner, and award-winning science fiction/horror writer Fritz Leiber. The plot focuses on four teenagers having a picnic in the canyons of California who stumble upon an ancient book containing secrets of a strange world that exists alongside humans, and consequently unleash a plethora of evil creatures and monsters. Made on a budget of a mere six thousand dollars in 1967, Equinox initially gained a reputation as a midnight movie during its theatrical run, but has in later years been noted for its economical yet sophisticated use of stop-motion special effects and cel animation, which were provided by Dave Allen and Jim Danforth; the latter later worked on Flesh Gordon, in which he animated a giant monster similar to the ones in Equinox. The film has been influential to the horror and sci-fi monster genres, receiving praise from filmmaker George Lucas and effects artist Ray Harryhausen; the film has also been noted as a main inspiration for Sam Raimi's The Evil Dead (1983). It was released on DVD by The Criterion Collection in 2006.

The Fantastic Four (1994)

The Fantastic Four is an independent superhero film completed in 1994. Executive produced by low-budget specialist Roger Corman and Bernd Eichinger (who went on to produce a big-budget Fantastic Four film in 2005), the film was based on Marvel Comics' long-running comic book and featured the origin of the Fantastic Four and that superhero team's first battle with the evil Doctor Doom, combining the superteam's origin from The Fantastic Four #1 and Doom's origin from Fantastic Four Annual #2 with original elements. Despite a tentative scheduled 1994 release date, the film was ultimately never released officially, but illegal copies began circulating after a few years.

Fast Forward (1985)

Fast Forward is a 1985 dance film directed by Sidney Poitier. In the film, a dance troupe from Ohio comes to New York to compete in a national talent competition. The Bollywood film Dance Dance was inspired by this film.

Accidents (1989)

Three company executives have died in recent "accidents" and it doesn't take a brilliant scientific mind to reason that something is desperately wrong--dangerously wrong] When Eric Powers discovers that his peacetime inventions are being used to create wartime weaponry for profits, it is no "accident" that he suddenly finds himself the next target.

Countdown To Zero (2010)

Countdown to Zero is a 2010 documentary film by British filmmaker Lucy Walker. The film argues that the likelihood of the use of nuclear weapons has increased since the end of the Cold War due to terrorism, nuclear proliferation, theft of nuclear materials and weapons, and other factors. The documentary film was set for a July 9, 2010 theatrical release in the United States but was changed to July 23.

100 Voices: A Journey Home (2010)

Recollections and performances tell the history of Jewish Cantorial music in Poland.

Jillian Michaels: Kickbox Fastfix (2012)

Jillian Michaels Kickbox FastFix is a total body workout that will fix your physique fast!! These quick-paced workouts will blast off the fat while toning your entire body. Jillian Michaels Kickbox FastFix consists of three 20-minute Kickboxing routines. Workout 1 focuses on toning the upper body, Workout 2 is going to tone and sculpt the lower body, and Workout 3 really zeroes in on the abs, all while melting of the fat with wild and fun kickboxing cardio. So what are you waiting for? Get in sick shape and start kicking butt today!

The Punk Rock Movie from England (1978)

The Punk Rock Movie is a British 1978 film that was assembled from Super 8 camera footage shot by Don Letts, the disc jockey at The Roxy club during the early days of the UK punk rock movement, principally during the 100 days in 1977 in which punk acts were featured at The Roxy club in London.

Storm Rider (2013)

Storm Rider is a 2013 American drama film written and directed by Craig Clyde and starring Kevin Sorbo, Kristy Swanson and C. Thomas Howell.

Jig (2011)

Jig is a 2011 documentary produced and directed by Sue Bourne about the world of Irish dance and the fortieth Irish Dancing World Championships, held in March 2010 in Glasgow.

The Mating of Millie (1948)

Self-sufficient in life and successful in business, prim and proper Millie McGonigle (Evelyn Keyes) wants just one more thing, a child. When she asks to adopt orphan Tommy Bassett (Jimmy Hunt), but learns that she will first have to have a husband, Millie turns to her neighbor, Doug Andrews (Glenn Ford). Though he has no interest in marriage, Doug offers to help Millie find a husband by transforming her into a beautiful and exciting woman, one who catches the eye of two eligible bachelors, including the orphanage's president. Although both men propose, having fallen in love with her neighbor, Millie turns them down. And once he gets to know Tommy, Doug has a change of heart about Millie, too.

We Were Here (2011)

We Were Here is a 2011 documentary film about the HIV/AIDS crisis in San Francisco. The film, produced and directed by David Weissman with editor/ co-director and Bill Weber, premièred at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2011, The Berlin International Film Festival in February 2011 and had its theatrical première at the Castro Theatre in San Francisco on February 25, 2011.

Frank Sinatra: A Man and His Music + Ella + Jobim (1967)

A truly memorable television event, the third annual special finds Frank joined by the dazzling Ella Fitzgerald in an historic pairing of the two preeminent vocal talents of the era. As if that weren't enough, Antonio Carlos Jobim accompanies Frank for an intimate medley of classics, including "The Girl From Ipanema."

Bigfoot (2008)

Percy Caldwell is the target of bullies after he professes his love for a popular school cheerleader, leading him into a bicycle accident at the edge of the forest. There he encounters an 8-foot tall creature named Bigfoot escaping from a forest fire. Percy befriends the gentle creature, who is then captured by the bullies to sell as an oddity. Percy must then rally his friends to help rescue Bigfoot and return him to the forest.

Thirst (2012)

Thirst is an Australian desert drama written and directed by Robert Carter, and starring Victoria Haralabidou, Myles Pollard, Hanna Mangan-Lawrence and Tom Green. Thirst is about four individuals who become stranded in the desert with limited water, and are forced to make choices that challenge their ideas of themselves and what they truly need.

Any Last Words? (2012)

Inspired by the life of Bat Masterson. After a violent war has broken out between the cowboys and Native Americans, Bat finds himself lying on the ground, badly wounded after a heroic showdown. Shot and on the brink of death, he is visited by Mobius. As Mobius consoles him, they revisit Bat’s choices and how they have defined his life. He’ll be left to make his toughest one yet, whether to live and fight or die.

All Night Bodega (2004)

A Latina teenager (Tammy Trull) begins a lesbian romance after joining a criminal gang.

Attack on the Iron Coast (1968)

Attack on the Iron Coast is a 1967 DeLuxe Color Anglo-American Oakmont Productions international co-production war film directed by Paul Wendkos in the first of his five-picture contract with Mirisch Productions, and starring Lloyd Bridges, Andrew Keir, Sue Lloyd, Mark Eden and Maurice Denham. The film depicts an account of Allied Combined Operations Headquarters commandos executing a daring raid on the German-occupied French coast during the Second World War. The film is based on the commando raid on the French port of St. Nazaire and is reminiscent of the film The Gift Horse. In the United States it was released as a double feature with Danger Route. In the UK it was released as a double bill with The Beatles' animated film Yellow Submarine.

The Adventures of the American Rabbit (1986)

A baby rabbit, Robert, grows up to find himself capable of super-bunny strength. He sets off to the big city, where he encounters the Jackal Bikers, ruled by the cruel Vultor. He is forced to use his super-powers and the ensuing adventure takes him and his new found friends to the Grand Canyon, New Orleans, New York City and Niagara Falls. Based on characters created by Stewart Moskowitz, an animated feature film about a heroic super-rabbit who works tirelessly to make the world a better place.

Armaan (2003)

Armaan is an Indian Hindi drama film starring Amitabh Bachchan, Anil Kapoor, Preity Zinta, Gracy Singh, and Randhir Kapoor. The film was screened at the Cannes Film Festival. This is the first time Preity Zinta played a negative role for which she received a Filmfare nomination for Best Villain. The film marked the first time Amitabh Bachchan and Anil Kapoor appeared together on screen. 21 years earlier they both appeared in Shakti but did not share any scenes together.

Ace High (1968)

Ace High (Italian: I quattro dell'Ave Maria, literally translated as "The Four of the Hail Mary") is a 1968 Italian Spaghetti Western film directed and written by Giuseppe Colizzi and starring American actor Eli Wallach. The film is the second in a trilogy started with God Forgives... I Don't! and ended with Boot Hill.

The Blue Bird (1940)

The Blue Bird is a 1940 B&W and Technicolor American fantasy film directed by Walter Lang. The screenplay by Walter Bullock was adapted from the 1908 play of the same name by Maurice Maeterlinck. Intended as 20th Century Fox's answer to MGM's The Wizard of Oz, which had been released the previous year, it was filmed in Technicolor and tells the story of a disagreeable little girl (played by Shirley Temple) and her search for happiness. Despite being a box office flop and losing money, the film was later nominated for two Academy Awards. It is available on both VHS and DVD.

The Breed (2001)

The Breed is a 2001 horror film with an estimated budget of 4 million dollars. The film features a dystopic future in which vampires are a marginalized race living in formerly Jewish ghettos, often shot in actual abandoned Jewish ghettos. Another major influence in the look of the film is Terry Gilliam's Brazil.

Black and White (2002)

Black and White is a 2002 Australian film, directed by Craig Lahiff and starring Robert Carlyle, Charles Dance, Kerry Fox, David Ngoombujarra, and Colin Friels. Louis Nowra wrote the screenplay, and Helen Leake and Nik Powell produced the film. The film won an Australian Film Institute award in 2003 for David Ngoombujarra as Best Actor in a Supporting Role.

Space Mutiny (1988)

Space Mutiny (also known as Mutiny in Space) is a 1988 South African science-fiction action film about a mutiny aboard the spaceship known as the Southern Sun.

Space Is the Place (1974)

Space Is the Place is an 85-minute Afrofuturist science fiction film made in 1972 and released in 1974. It was directed by John Coney, written by Sun Ra and Joshua Smith, and features Sun Ra and his Arkestra. A soundtrack was released on Evidence Records.

Staircase (1969)

Staircase is a 1969 film adaptation of a two-character play, also called Staircase, by Charles Dyer. The film, like the play, is about an aging gay couple who own a barber shop in the East End of London. One of them is a part-time actor about to go on trial for propositioning a police officer. The action takes place over the course of one night as they discuss their loving but often volatile past together and possible future without each other. The two main characters are named Charles Dyer (the name of the playwright/screenwriter) and Harry C. Leeds, which is an anagram of his name.

Bloodfist VI: Ground Zero (1995)

Bloodfist VI: Ground Zero is a 1995 action film starring Don Wilson, Marcus Aurelius, Michael Blanks and Anthony Boyer. It was directed by Rick Jacobson and written by Brendan Broderick and Rob Kerchner.

Business As Usual (1987)

Business as Usual is a 1987 drama film written and directed by Lezli-An Barrett. It stars Glenda Jackson and John Thaw.

The Big Snit (1985)

The Big Snit is a 1985 short-subject animated cartoon written and directed by Richard Condie and produced by the National Film Board of Canada.

Body Rock (1984)

Body Rock is a 1984 film directed by Marcelo Epstein about a young man "from the streets" with a talent for break-dancing. It stars Lorenzo Lamas in the lead role of 'Chilly'. The film featured music by Laura Branigan. The theme was sung by Maria Vidal, which peaked at #48 on the Hot 100, #8 on the US dance charts, and #11 in the UK. Lamas was nominated for Worst Actor at the Golden Raspberry Awards for his performance. He also performed the track "Fools Like Me" which became his only single to date to crack the Billboard Hot 100 chart. In his book The Official Razzie Movie Guide, John J. B. Wilson, founder of the Golden Raspberry Awards, listed the film as one of The 100 Most Enjoyably Bad Movies Ever Made.