The Basketball Diaries (1995)

The Basketball Diaries is an autobiographical account of high school basketball hero, Jim Carroll. It chronicles his experiences growing up on the cold, hard streets of New York and his descent as a teenager from gifted basketball player and writer to drug addict and hustler.

Broken Bridges (2006)

Broken Bridges is a 2006 film starring Toby Keith, Lindsey Haun, Burt Reynolds and Kelly Preston. The film, a music-drama, is centered on a fading country singer's return to his hometown near a military base in Tennessee where several young men who were killed in a training exercise on the base were from. He is reunited with his former sweetheart and estranged daughter, who returns to the town as well. The movie got a strong negative reception from critics, but was a hit with audiences, gaining $34.7 million on a $11 million budget.

The Legend of Tarzan (2016)

It has been years since the man once known as Tarzan (Alexander Skarsgård) left the jungles of Africa behind for a gentrified life as John Clayton III, Lord Greystoke, with his beloved wife, Jane (Margot Robbie) at his side. Now, he has been invited back to the Congo to serve as a trade emissary of Parliament, unaware that he is a pawn in a deadly convergence of greed and revenge, masterminded by the Belgian, Captain Leon Rom (Christoph Waltz), but those behind the murderous plot have no idea what they are about to unleash. Directed by David Yates (the final four Harry Potter films and this year’s Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them) and also starring Samuel L. Jackson, Djimon Hounsou, John Hurt and Jim Broadbent.

Brotherly Love (2015)

Brotherly Love is a 2015 American drama film written and directed by Jamal Hill. The film stars Keke Palmer, Cory Hardrict, Eric D. Hill and Quincy Brown. The film was executive produced by Queen Latifah for her production company Flavor Unit Films, Electric Republic and Jacavi Film. Brotherly Love was distributed by Freestyle Releasing and had a limited theatrical release in the United States on April 24, 2015.

The Book Thief (2013)

The Book Thief is a 2013 American-German war drama film directed by Brian Percival and starring Geoffrey Rush, Emily Watson, and Sophie Nélisse. The film is based on the 2005 novel The Book Thief by Markus Zusak and adapted by Michael Petroni. The film is about a young girl living with her adoptive German family during the Nazi era. Taught to read by her kind-hearted foster father, the girl begins "borrowing" books and sharing them with the Jewish refugee being sheltered by her foster parents in their home. The film features a musical score by Oscar-winning composer John Williams. The Book Thief premiered at the Mill Valley Film Festival on October 3, 2013, and was released for general distribution in the United States on November 27, 2013. The film received mixed to positive reviews upon its theatrical release with some reviewers praising its "fresher perspective on the war" and its focus on the "consistent thread of humanity" in the story, with other critics faulting the film's "wishful narrative". With a budget of $19 million, the film was successful at the box office, earning over $76 million. The Book Thief won Academy Award, Golden Globe and BAFTA nominations for its score. For her performance in the film, Sophie Nélisse won the Hollywood Film Festival Spotlight Award, the Satellite Newcomer Award, and the Phoenix Film Critics Society Award for Best Performance by a Youth in a Lead or Supporting Role – Female. The film was released on Blu-ray and DVD on March 11, 2014.

Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan (2006)

Kazakh TV talking head Borat is dispatched to the United States to report on the greatest country in the world. With a documentary crew in tow, Borat becomes more interested in locating and marrying Pamela Anderson.

The Bridges of Madison County (1995)

The Bridges of Madison County is a 1995 American romantic-drama film based on the best-selling novel of the same name by Robert James Waller. It was produced by Amblin Entertainment and Malpaso Productions, and distributed by Warner Bros. Entertainment. The film was produced and directed by Clint Eastwood with Kathleen Kennedy as co-producer and the screenplay was adapted by Richard LaGravenese. The film is about an Italian war bride, Francesca (Meryl Streep), who lives with her husband and two children in a farm in Iowa. In 1965, she meets a National Geographic photographer named Robert (Eastwood) and has a four-day extramarital affair with him that changes both their lives forever. The film earned $182 million worldwide and it was well-received by critics. Streep received an Academy Award for Best Actress nomination in 1996 for her performance in the film.

Boyhood (2014)

Boyhood is a 2014 American coming-of-age drama film, written and directed by Richard Linklater, and starring Patricia Arquette, Ellar Coltrane, Lorelei Linklater, and Ethan Hawke. Filmed from 2002 to 2013, Boyhood depicts the childhood and adolescence of Mason Evans, Jr. (Coltrane) from ages six to eighteen as he grows up in Texas with divorced parents (Arquette and Hawke). Richard Linklater's daughter Lorelei plays Mason's sister, Samantha. Production began in 2002 and finished in 2013, with Linklater's goal to make a film about growing up. The project began without a completed script, with only basic plot points and the ending written initially. Linklater developed the script throughout production, writing the next year's portion of the film after rewatching the previous year's footage. He incorporated changes he saw in each actor into the script, while also allowing all major actors to participate in the writing process by incorporating their life experiences into their characters' stories. Boyhood premiered at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival and was released theatrically on July 11, 2014. The film also competed in the main competition section of the 64th Berlin International Film Festival, where Linklater won the Silver Bear for Best Director. The film was nominated for five Golden Globe Awards, winning Best Motion Picture – Drama, Best Director, and Best Supporting Actress for Arquette. It also was nominated for five BAFTA awards, winning for Best Director and Best Film. Additionally, it was nominated for six Academy Awards including Best Picture, Best Director, Best Supporting Actor for Hawke and Best Supporting Actress for Arquette, which she won. Boyhood is among the 21st century's most acclaimed films.

Blackhat (2015)

Set within the world of global cybercrime, BLACKHAT follows furloughed convict Nicholas Hathaway (Chris Hemsworth), and his American and Chinese partners as they hunt a high-level cybercrime network from Chicago to Los Angeles to Hong Kong to Jakarta. As Hathaway closes in, the stakes become personal as he discovers that the attack on a Chinese nuclear power plant was just the beginning. Michael Mann (Heat, Collateral) directs the propulsive action-thriller.

The Lodger (2009)

The Lodger is a 2009 mystery/thriller film directed by David Ondaatje and starring Alfred Molina, Hope Davis and Simon Baker. It is based on the novel The Lodger by Marie Belloc Lowndes, filmed previously by Alfred Hitchcock in 1927, by Maurice Elvey in 1932, by John Brahm in 1944, and as Man in the Attic (1953) directed by Hugo Fregonese.

Blackfish (2013)

A documentary following the controversial captivity of killer whales, and its dangers for both humans and whales.

Blood And Bone (2009)

Ex-con Isaiah Bone (Michael Jai White, Spawn, upcoming Black Dynamite) is the new force in LA's underground street fighting scene. When he takes down the reigning champ, the local mob boss wants to enter Bone in a series of high-stakes international matches. Bone's refusal sets off an explosive showdown between two powerful enemies with everything at stake. Also starring Julian Sands (Ocean's Thirteen, "24"), Eamonn Walker (Cadillac Records, "Oz"), Ron Yuan (Fast & Furious, "Prison Break") plus some of the fiercest mixed martial arts superstars including Kevin "Kimbo Slice" Ferguson, Bob "The Beast" Sapp, Tanoai Reed, Gina Carano and Ernest "The Cat" Miller.

Beer For My Horses (2008)

Superstar Toby Keith and comedian Rodney Carrington star in this action-packed movie filled with excitement, adventure and revenge. Joe Bill "Rack" Racklin (Keith), a rogue Oklahoma deputy sheriff, has just watched another girlfriend pack up and drive out of his life. As fate would have it, his old flame, Annie (Claire Forlani, "CSI: NY"), has just returned home from the big city. But their reunion is interrupted when Annie is kidnapped by a ruthless drug lord demanding the release of his recently arrested brother. Operating against orders and racing against time, Rack hits the road with deputy and best friend Lonnie (Carrington) for a raucous road trip across state lines to rescue the love of his life, in this thrill-fest featuring appearances by Emmy® winner Tom Skerritt, rock star Ted Nugent and music legend Willie Nelson.

Bad Boys II (2003)

Bad Boys II is a 2003 American buddy cop action comedy film directed by Michael Bay, produced by Jerry Bruckheimer, and starring Martin Lawrence and Will Smith. A sequel to the 1995 film Bad Boys and the second installment in the Bad Boys series, the film follows detectives Burnett and Lowrey investigating the flow of ecstasy into Miami. Despite receiving generally negative reviews, the film was a box office success, grossing $270 million worldwide.

Born In East L.A. (1987)

Born in East L.A. is a 1987 American comedy film written and directed by Cheech Marin of the Cheech & Chong comedy team. The film is about a Mexican-American from East Los Angeles who is mistaken for an illegal alien and deported. It is based on a 1984 novelty parody song of Bruce Springsteen's "Born in the U.S.A." and "I Love L.A." by Randy Newman. Written by Marin and released on the 1985 Cheech & Chong album Get Out of My Room, the parody was made a music video the same year. Marin used the song as the basis of his first solo film.

Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 1 (2012)

Batman: The Dark Knight Returns is a two-part direct-to-video animated superhero film, an adaptation of the 1986 comic book The Dark Knight Returns by Frank Miller. It was directed by Jay Oliva, who worked as a storyboard artist on Man of Steel, Under the Red Hood, Year One and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Several other Batman veterans were also involved in the film. Part 1 was released September 25, 2012, and Part 2 was released January 29, 2013. A deluxe edition combining both films was released on October 8, 2013. It is the 15th film in the DC Universe Animated Original Movies series.

Beasts Of The Southern Wild (2012)

Faced with both her hot-tempered father's fading health and melting ice-caps that flood her ramshackle bayou community and unleash ancient aurochs, six-year-old Hushpuppy must learn the ways of courage and love.

The Batman vs. Dracula (2005)

In the original animated movie, The Batman vs. Dracula, Gotham City is terrorized not only by recent escapees Joker and Penguin, but by the original creature of the night, Dracula! Can Batman stop the ruthless vampire before he turns everyone in the city, including The Caped Crusader, Joker and Penguin, into his mindless minions? Joker and Penguin, two of The Batman's deadliest villains, inadvertently free Dracula, the Lord of Darkness from his hidden tomb. Gotham City's only hope of being saved from Dracula's slave inducing powers is its own dark knight, The Batman!

The Lesser Blessed (2012)

The Lesser Blessed is a Canadian drama film, released in 2012. The film was written and directed by Anita Doron based on the novel of the same name by Richard Van Camp, the film stars Joel Evans as Larry Sole, a young Tłı̨chǫ teenager living in the Northwest Territories. The film's cast also includes Chloe Rose, Kiowa Gordon, Benjamin Bratt, Dylan Cook and Tamara Podemski. Despite being set in the Northwest Territories, the film was shot in Sudbury, Ontario. The film premiered at the imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival in 2012 to critical acclaim. Doron garnered a Canadian Screen Award nomination for Best Adapted Screenplay at the 1st Canadian Screen Awards. The film later screened at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2012.

Lake Placid: The Final Chapter (2012)

Lake Placid: The Final Chapter is a 2012 horror television film directed by Don Michael Paul. It is a sequel to Lake Placid 3 (2010) and the fourth installment in the Lake Placid series. The film premiered on September 29, 2012 by Syfy. As the title suggests, it was intended to be the final installment in the series. However, it was later followed by two sequels: Lake Placid vs. Anaconda (2015) and Lake Placid: Legacy (2018).

Loosies (2011)

A young New York pickpocket Bobby (Peter Facinelli) is confronted by a woman (Jamie Alexander) with whom he has a passionate one-night affair. She tells him she’s pregnant, and Bobby is forced to reevaluate a lifetime of missteps, take responsibility for his new child and win over the girl who might just be perfect for him.

Living & Dying (2007)

Living & Dying is a 2007 film starring Edward Furlong and Michael Madsen. The film was shot on location in Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas. It was released on DVD in the US on December 25, 2007. Living & Dying tells the story of two killers who turn the tables on a group of bank robbers after a botched heist.

Bridge of Spies (2015)

Bridge of Spies is a 2015 historical drama legal thriller film directed and co-produced by Steven Spielberg, written by Matt Charman, Ethan and Joel Coen and stars Tom Hanks, Mark Rylance, Amy Ryan and Alan Alda. Based on the 1960 U-2 incident during the Cold War, the film tells the story of lawyer James B. Donovan, who is entrusted with negotiating the release of Francis Gary Powers—a pilot whose U-2 spy plane was shot down over the Soviet Union—in exchange for Rudolf Abel, a captive and convicted Soviet KGB spy held under the custody of the United States, whom he represented at trial. The name of the film refers to the Glienicke Bridge, which connects Potsdam with Berlin, where the spy exchange took place. This film was internationally co-produced by the United States and Germany. Bridge of Spies was shot under the working title of St. James Place. Principal photography began on September 8, 2014, in Brooklyn, New York City, and the production proceeded at Babelsberg Studios in Potsdam. The film was released by Touchstone Pictures on October 16, 2015, in the United States and distributed by 20th Century Fox in other territories. It was a box office success, grossing $165 million worldwide, and received positive reviews, garnering praise for its direction, screenplay, acting, score, and production merits. The film received six Academy Award nominations including Best Picture and Best Original Screenplay, and won Best Supporting Actor for Rylance.

Bring It On: All Or Nothing (2006)

Get ready for more fun, attitude and excitement in this all-new comedy! When popular Britney Allen (Hayden Panettiere) moves from posh Pacific Vista to working-class Crenshaw Heights, her life goes from cheer-topia to cheer-tastrophe. Britney finds herself at odds with her new classmates, especially head cheerleader Camille (Solange Knowles-Smith). But when she wins a spot on the cheer squad and faces her former team in a cross-town cheer-off to star in music sensation Rihanna's upcoming video, only one team can "bring it" and earn a place in cheer history!

Battle Of The Year (2013)

Battle of the Year is a 2013 American 3D dance film directed by Benson Lee. The film was released on September 20, 2013 through Screen Gems and stars Josh Holloway, Chris Brown, Laz Alonso, Caity Lotz, and Josh Peck. Battle of the Year is based upon Lee's award winning 2008 documentary Planet B-Boy, about the b-boying competition of the same name. The feature film includes cinematography by Vasco Nunes, Lee's director of photography on the original documentary. Variety magazine listed Battle of the Year as one of "Hollywood's biggest box office bombs of 2013" earning just $16.5 million against a $20 million production budget (excluding advertising and marketing budget).

Beauty and the Beast (2017)

Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast” is a live-action re-telling of the studio’s animated classic which refashions the classic characters from the tale as old as time for a contemporary audience, staying true to the original music while updating the score with several new songs.

The Boxcar Children (2014)

The Boxcar Children is a 2014 animated film based on The Boxcar Children by Gertrude Chandler Warner

The Boy (2015)

"It's great, it's creepy... [it'll] have you squirming in your seat." – Birth. Movies. Death. "Deliciously tense." – The Examiner From Elijah Wood's SpectreVision and Chiller Films comes a disturbing new film exploring the birth of evil. In the summer of 1989, nine-year-old Ted Henley (Jared Breeze, Cooties) and his father John (David Morse, True Detective, World War Z) are the proprietors of the Mt. Vista Motel, a crumbling resort buried in the mountains of the American West. Since Ted's mother left, John has drifted into despondency – leaving Ted to fend for himself. In this isolation, unchecked by the bounds of parenting, Ted's darker impulses begin to manifest. The arrival of a mysterious drifter, William Colby (Rainn Wilson, Cooties, The Office), captivates young Ted and the two form a unique friendship – setting the stage for Ted's final, unnerving metamorphosis.

Lady Frankenstein (1971)

Lady Frankenstein (Italian: La Figlia di Frankenstein) is a 1971 Italian horror film directed by Mel Welles. It stars Rosalba Neri (under the pseudonym Sara Bey), Joseph Cotten, Mickey Hargitay and Paul Müller. The script was written by cult writer Edward di Lorenzo.

L.A. Slasher (2015)

L.A. Slasher is a 2015 American horror-comedy film co-written and directed by Martin Owen. The film stars Andy Dick, Drake Bell, Mischa Barton, and Dave Bautista. The film was released on June 26, 2015 in a limited release by Arthur Jones.

Love & Anarchy (1973)

NEW DCP COMING SOON!  An epic tragicomedy from director Lina Wertmuller (Seven Beauties), LOVE AND ANARCHY plumbs the depths of fascist Italy from the perspective of a simple farm boy sent to kill Mussolini. Giancarlo Giannini (The Seduction of Mimi) won the best acting prize at the Cannes Film Festival for his achingly sensitive portrayal of Tunin, a freckle-faced innocent who became an accidental anarchist. His contact in Rome is Salomè (Mariangela Melato), a prostitute with her own sob story. While they prepare for the assassination, Tunin falls in love with Tripolina (Lina Polito), which threatens the entire operation. A film of operatic emotion and subversive comedy, LOVE AND ANARCHY is a powerful statement on the terror of fascism and the ignoble fates of those who challenged it.

Every Little Thing (1997)

Every summer the patients and staff of the La Borde Psychiatric Clinic stage a theatrical performance. Focusing on the 1995 production of Operetta, this fascinating film reveals the porous boundary between sanity and madness. Philibert's unobtrusive observations force us to re-examine conventional assumptions about what is normal and what is not.

The Landlady (1998)

After killing her unfaithful husband, a shattered woman (Talia Shire) sets her sights on a single tenant.

Last Lives (1997)

A scientist gives a man (C. Thomas Howell) extra lives to rescue his bride (Jennifer Rubin), kidnapped by a telepath (Billy Wirth) from a parallel universe.

The Lost Son (1999)

Private investigator Xavier Lombard has seen it all, or so he thinks, until a routine missing person investigation in London leads him into a chilling, threatening mystery of the dark side- where he may lose his life- and even his soul. British Academy Award-winner Daniel Auteuil (JEAN DE FLORETTE), Nastassja Kinski (ONE NIGHT STAND) and Bruce Greenwood (THIRTEEN DAYS) star in this spine-tingling, film noir thriller about corruption, innocence and the terror of what goes on behind closed doors.

A Little Bit Zombie (2012)

A Little Bit Zombie is a 2012 zombie comedy horror film that was directed by Casey Walker. The film received its world premiere on February 4, 2012 at the Victoria Film Festival in Victoria, British Columbia and was released on to DVD on July 16, 2013. The movie stars Kristopher Turner as a young man trying to control his new hunger for human flesh in order avoid the wrath of his fiancee. Filming took place in Sudbury, Ontario during June 2011. The movie was crowdsourced through Walker's initiative called My Million Dollar Movie over a five-year period, during which he raised over a million dollars by allowing people to back the film by "purchasing" a frame.

The Lion of Thebes (1964)

The Lion of Thebes (Italian: Il leone di Tebe, French: Hélène, reine de Troie) is a 1964 Italian-French peplum film written and directed by Giorgio Ferroni.

The Lady and the Highwayman (1989)

The Lady and the Highwayman is a 1989 United Kingdom romantic adventure TV movie based on Barbara Cartland's romance novel Cupid Rides Pillion. The working title of the film was Dangerous Love.

Last Flight of the Champion (2013)

Neddie finds an ancient warship and forms a crew of his childhood friends to take to the stars to bring Warlord Gen. Disdain to justice and end an intergalactic war.

A Gang Story (2011)

A Gang Story (French: Les Lyonnais) is a 2011 France drama film directed by Olivier Marchal.

Lay the Favorite (2012)

Lay the Favorite (promoted as Lay the Favourite in the UK) is a 2012 American comedy film starring Bruce Willis, Rebecca Hall, Catherine Zeta-Jones and Joshua Jackson. Based on Beth Raymer's memoir of the same title, the film follows a young, free-spirited woman as she journeys through the legal and illegal world of sports gambling. The film was directed by Stephen Frears.

Little Red Wagon (2012)

Little Red Wagon is a 2012 docudrama directed by David Anspaugh and written by Patrick Sheane Duncan. The film stars Anna Gunn, Daveigh Chase, Frances O'Connor, and Chandler Canterbury.

The Lost Medallion: The Adventures Of Billy Stone (2013)

The Lost Medallion: The Adventures of Billy Stone is a Christian children's book and movie written by Bill Muir. The story revolves around Billy Stone (Billy Unger) and Allie (Sammi Hanratty) as amateur archaeologists who find a long lost medallion belonging to an ancient tribal king.

Luck Of The Draw (2000)

A former prisoner (James Marshall) looking for a legitimate job accidentally acquires plates for counterfeit currency.

Long Shot: The Kevin Laue Story (2012)

A serendipitous meeting at an AAU event with opposing coach and filmmaker, Franklin Martin, led to the inception of Long Shot: The Kevin Laue Story. Over the next four years, Martin chronicled the day-to-day struggles of a teenage boy coming to terms with his need for his deceased father’s approval by pursuing his seemingly impossible dream of becoming the first one-armed player in the history of college basketball. Journey with Kevin from his sleepy town in California to the runway of Air Force One and a meeting with the President of the United States…and then into the bright lights of New York City.

Liberal Arts (2012)

Liberal Arts is a 2012 American comedy-drama film. The second film directed by, written by, and starring Josh Radnor, it tells the story of 35-year-old Jesse (Radnor) who has a romantic relationship with Zibby (Elizabeth Olsen), a 19-year-old college student. The film premiered at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival in January 2012.

Little Miss Marker (1980)

In this colorful, heartwarming story set in the 1930's, a stingy curmudgeon accepts a gamble he can't win, unless he's ready to give up his heart. Walter Matthau portrays "Sorrowful" Jones, a grouchy, horse-racing bookie who makes his living off other people's losses. He's got a reputation to keep, so when an out-of-luck gambler begs him to accept his daughter as a "marker" on a debt, Sorrowful says "yes." But now he's stuck with the girl - and this six-year-old beauty may be more than he bargained for. She may even help a sour-faced bachelor find love! Co-starring Julie Andrews, Tony Curtis, Bob Newhart, and Sara Stimson as "The Kid," this delightful, sentimental comedy is a sure bet to charm the whole family.

Love Lies Bleeding (2008)

Love Lies Bleeding is a 2008 action/drama/thriller film directed by Keith Samples. The film stars Christian Slater, among others. Filming took place in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

The Last Days Of Frankie The Fly (1996)

The Last Days of Frankie the Fly is a 1996 crime noir drama film directed by Peter Markle, written by Dayton Callie and starring Dennis Hopper, Michael Madsen, Kiefer Sutherland, and Daryl Hannah.

Last Run (2001)

Last Run is a 2001 British-German action film, directed by Anthony Hickox, starring Armand Assante and Jürgen Prochnow.

Las mujeres de mi general (1951)

My General's Women is a 1951 Mexican drama film directed by Ismael Rodríguez and starring Pedro Infante, Lilia Prado and Chula Prieto.

Little Black Dress (2011)

Four pampered college graduates try to figure out what direction their lives should take.

Legion Of Iron (1990)

Billy Hamilton, high-school football star, and his girlfriend, Allyson, are kidnapped from Lover's Lane by a pair of armed men who helicopter them to an underground location hidden out in the desert. At this location, "Queen" Diana forces Billy to become a gladiator in death-matches which are bet on by jaded millionaires. Meanwhile, the facility's guards use Allyson for their sexual pleasure. Billy allies himself with black athlete Lyle Wagner, kills Rex, the top-rated gladiator, and then leads a successful revolt which results in freedom for himself and Allyson.

L!fe Happens (2012)

Krysten Ritter, Kate Bosworth and Rachel Bilson star in this sharp and witty comedy about single living, friendship and the joys of life’s curveballs. When a one-night-stand results in an unexpected pregnancy, things take a sudden turn for Kim (Ritter) and her roommates, Deena (Bosworth) and Laura (Bilson). Jumping back into the dating scene, Kim copes with single motherhood amid fears that toting a tot will be a dating buzz-kill. Costarring Jason Biggs, Justin Kirk and Kristen Johnston.

Living Will... (2011)

Will’s best friend and roommate Belcher, (Ryan Dunn), a party bum slacker, returns from the dead as a cocky, mischievous, and perverted ghost. He soon discovers his cousin, Krista, has shacked up and moved in with his best friend, Will. Belcher will do anything and everything to destroy this relationship and get his prank buddy back.

Little Heroes (2017)

Townsfolk make fun of a poor Western farm girl (Raeanin Simpson) until she and her fuzzy dog have their day.

The Lost & Found Family (2009)

When her husband dies, Mrs. Ester Hobbes (Ellen Bry, TV's "St. Elsewhere") learns that his wealth was just an illusion. Her only real inheritance is a run-down Southern home occupied by a foster family. Slowly, Mrs. Hobbes finds herself making unexpected connections with rebellious teen Justin (Lucas Till, Hannah Montana: The Movie) and the rest of the unwanted kids. Share the journey of discovery in this touching drama of lives transformed.

Beast with a Gun (1977)

La belva col mitra (internationally released as Beast with a Gun, Ferocious, Mad Dog Killer, The Human Beast and Street Killers) is a 1977 Italian poliziottesco film directed by Sergio Grieco. The main character of the film, Nanni Vitali, il loosely inspired to Renato Vallanzasca. Some archive footage of the film was later included in Quentin Tarantino's 1997 film Jackie Brown.

The Shiver of the Vampires (1971)

A young honeymooning couple stop for the night at an ancient castle. Unbeknownst to them, the castle is home to a horde of vampires, who have their own plans for the couple.

Love in Space (2011)

Love in Space is a 2011 Hong Kong romantic comedy film produced Fruit Chan, directed by Tony Chan and Wing Shya and stars an ensemble cast including Aaron Kwok, Eason Chan, Rene Liu, Gwei Lun-mei, Angelababy, Jing Boran and a guest appearance by Xu Fan. The film was shot in Beijing, Sydney and the International Space Station.

Little Heroes (1999)

Little Heroes is a 1999 American family comedy television film directed by Henri Charr and starring Brad Sergi and Thomas Garner as two bumbling kidnappers tasked with abducting the 8-year-old son (Camryn Walling) of a tobacco company employee who is about to testify against his employers in court. The films plot revolves around the two family dogs constantly thwarting the two kidnappers.

Small Change (1976)

Small Change (French: L'Argent de poche) is a 1976 French film directed by François Truffaut. The title translates to "Pocket Money" from French, but since there was a Paul Newman movie called Pocket Money, Steven Spielberg suggested the title Small Change for US release. In English-speaking countries outside North America the film is known as "Pocket Money". The film had a total of 1,810,280 admissions in France, making it one of Truffaut's most successful films. Only The 400 Blows and The Last Metro were more popular in France.

The Least Among You (2009)

Leaders are not chosen, they are called. Inspired by a true story. Richard Kelly (Cedric Sanders) is a black college graduate forced to serve probation at an all-white seminary after the 1965 Watts riots. Richard is encouraged by the seminary president, Alan Beckett, to break the color line. Richard nears his breaking point when he meets Samuel (Louis Gossett, Jr.), an elderly janitor who lives in the basement of his dormitory. As Samuel guides Richard through the trials of racism and the personal life that haunts him, Richard undergoes a transformation that forces him to choose between his dreams and his destiny.

The Last Lions (2011)

The Last Lions is a 2011 African nature documentary film by National Geographic Society, videotaped and directed by Dereck and Beverly Joubert. It was shot at the Okavango Delta in Botswana. The film premiered at the Palm Springs International Film Festival in January 2011 and was released in select theaters on February 18, 2011. The film follows in the tradition of other National Geographic big cat films, such as India: Land of the Tiger and Eye of the Leopard. The film documentary focuses on a lioness named Ma di Tau ("Mother of Lions") as she battles to protect her cubs against the daunting onslaught of enemies to ensure their survival. The underlying message of the film is on the low population of large cats in the world and whether or not Ma di Tau and her cubs are among the last lions. The film is narrated by Jeremy Irons, who voiced Scar in Disney's 1994 animated film The Lion King. Irons also narrated Eye of the Leopard, a 2006 National Geographic film. Four years earlier, National Geographic released Super Pride, which was narrated by Lance Lewman. Disneynature released African Cats, a similar documentary film on April 22, 2011. Roar: Lions of the Kalahari, another National Geographic film about lions was released, but later it was re-released as Lions 3D: Roar of the Kalahari and the film was narrated by James Garrett.

Lord of the Dance in 3D (2011)

Lord Of The Dance In 3-D is a movie based around Irish folklore. The movie is based around a dance that tells a story. The movie was created in 3-D so that viewers felt that they were actually apart of the movie and able to feel the story all around them. Lord Of The Dance is said to be based on stories that have been passed down from generation to generation. Each learning the dance that tells the story about good and evil.

Last Resort (1986)

Last Resort is a 1986 comedy film directed by Zane Buzby and produced by Julie Corman. It revolves around George Lollar (Charles Grodin), who takes his family on vacation to "Club Sand", a shoddy and untrustworthy company. On this tropical island they find soldiers everywhere, an unhelpful staff, inhospitable accommodations and undesirable holiday makers, but everyone except for George manages to have fun in the sun.

Love & Distrust (2010)

Love & Distrust is a 2010 direct-to-video romance film starring Robert Pattinson, Amy Adams, Sam Worthington, Robert Downey, Jr. and James Franco. The movie includes 5 unique short films, following eight individuals from diverse backgrounds on their quest for true contentment.

The Living Wake (2007)

The Living Wake (2007) is a dark comedic film written by Mike O'Connell and Peter Kline and produced by Ami Ankin. A directorial debut by Sol Tryon, the film stars Mike O'Connell, Jesse Eisenberg, and Jim Gaffigan.

Life Blood (2009)

Forty years ago a supernatural force vanquished Brooke and Rhea, a sexy lipstick lesbian couple, after they committed an inconceivable murder. Now, on New Year's Eve, they'll rise from the dead. Still hot and still a couple, they're back as vampires. Enamored with their newfound power, it's no longer a question of whether they will kill again, but of how.

Liquid Bridge (2003)

Liquid Bridge is a 2003 Australian film starring Ryan Kwanten. The film concerns aspiring pro surfer Nick McCallum (Kwanten), who is held back from achieving fame by his disabled father. However, after being framed for smuggling drugs and jailed, he fights to prove his innocence.

The Land That Time Forgot (1974)

During World War I, a German U-boat sinks a British ship and takes the survivors on board. After it takes a wrong turn, the submarine takes them to the unknown land of Caprona.

Living Hell (2008)

Living Hell is a 2008 horror television film written and directed by Richard Jefferies, which stars Johnathon Schaech and Erica Leerhsen. It premiered on Sci Fi Channel on February 23, and was released on DVD on June 10, 2008.

Lions For Lambs (2007)

Inspired by their idealistic professor, Dr. Mallery (Robert Redford), to do something meaningful with their lives, Arian (Derek Luke) and Ernest (Michael Peña) join the military and ship out to Afghanistan. Their experiences tie together two separate but related stories. In California, Mallery tries to break through to a disaffected student, while in Washington, D.C., a presidential hopeful (Tom Cruise) prepares to give a journalist (Meryl Streep) the scoop of a lifetime.

Love and Other Disasters (2006)

Love and Other Disasters is a 2006 romantic comedy produced by Ruby Film, Europa Corp. and Skyline Films presented at the Toronto International Film Festival. In 2008, it had its UK premiere in London as the gala screening for the BFI 22nd London Gay and Lesbian Film Festival. The director and producer were in attendance.

Land of the Blind (2006)

Land of the Blind is a 2006 British-American black comedy drama film starring Ralph Fiennes, Donald Sutherland, Tom Hollander and Lara Flynn Boyle. Land of the Blind is a dark political satire, based on several incidents throughout history in which tyrannical rulers were overthrown by new leaders who proved to be just as bad, if not worse, and subtle references are made to several such cases. The title is taken from the saying, "In the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is king." Land of the Blind had its world premiere in competition at the International Film Festival Rotterdam, and was the Opening Night Gala film at the 2006 Human Rights Watch Film Festival in London. Its U.S. premiere was in competition at the 2006 Tribeca Film Festival. The film sparked intense reaction during its festival run, attacked by both left and right, each of which saw the film as a critique of its position. Historical references in the film include Jean-Paul Marat (from the French Revolution), Kim Jong-Il, Joseph Stalin, Benito Mussolini, Augusto Pinochet, Anastasio Somoza Debayle, François Duvalier, Rudolph Hess, Jean-Claude Duvalier, Lyndon B. Johnson, Julius Caesar (from William Shakespeare's play), Robert Mugabe, Ngo Dinh Diem, Idi Amin, the PIRA Maze prison protests, U.S. POWs in Vietnam, the Weathermen terrorist group, the Khmer Rouge, the 1979 Revolution in Iran, and the subsequent Cultural Revolution in that country.

Looking For Kitty (2004)

Looking for Kitty is a 2004 American film written and directed by Edward Burns, in which he plays a private detective in New York City, hired by David Krumholtz to help track down his run-away wife. It premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival on May 6, 2004. It had a limited theatrical release in September 2006 and was released on DVD the following month, on October 24, 2006. Saturday Night Live alumni Rachel Dratch and Chris Parnell have small parts, while Burns regulars Connie Britton and Kevin Kash have small roles as Burns' neighbor and building superintendent, respectively.

Last Stop for Paul (2008)

Last Stop for Paul is a 2006 independent film by Neil Mandt. It chronicles the journey of two men to the Full Moon Party in Thailand. The film is notable in that there was no crew and no casting.

Loggerheads (2005)

Loggerheads interweaves three separate but related stories that take place in different parts of North Carolina. On Mother’s Day 1999, Mark, a young drifter with an interest in endangered loggerhead turtles, begins a relationship with motel handyman George. On Mother’s Day 2000, Mark’s adoptive mother Elizabeth wonders what has become of her estranged son. On Mother’s Day 2001, Mark’s birth mother Grace quits her job to begin a search for the child she gave up years before-a search that ultimately brings the stories together.

Maid for Each Other (1992)

Maid for Each Other is a 1992 television film starring Nell Carter and Dinah Manoff. It was written by Manoff, Robb Gilmer, Les Alexander, Don Enright and Andrew Smith, produced by Enright and Alexander, and directed by Paul Schneider.

Miss Annie Rooney (1942)

Miss Annie Rooney is a 1942 American drama film directed by Edwin L. Marin. The screenplay by George Bruce has some similarities to the silent film, Little Annie Rooney starring Mary Pickford, but otherwise the films are unrelated. Miss Annie Rooney is about a teenager (Shirley Temple) from a humble background who falls in love with a rich high school boy (Dickie Moore). She is snubbed by his social set, but, when her father (William Gargan) invents a better rubber synthetic substitute, her prestige rises. Notable as the film in which Shirley Temple received her first screen kiss and Moore said it was his first kiss ever. The film was panned.

The Member Of The Wedding (1997)

A 12-year-old tomboy (Anna Paquin) grows up with the help of the family cook (Alfre Woodard) and a playmate (Corey Dunn) in the 1940s South.

Moment by Moment (1978)

Moment by Moment is a 1978 American romantic drama film written and directed by Jane Wagner and starring Lily Tomlin and John Travolta. It was produced by Robert Stigwood and released by Universal Pictures on December 22, 1978. The film was shot in Malibu, California from April to July 1978 and also marked the end of Travolta's three-film contract with Stigwood, following Saturday Night Fever (1977) and Grease (1978).

A Cat in the Brain (1990)

The most VIOLENT movie ever made! Starring Godfather of Gore Lucio Fulci Acclaimed Italian horror maestro Lucio Fulci, director of ZOMBIE and THE BEYOND, stars in this blood-soaked epic as a director being driven insane by his own movies. Fulci is thrust into an ultra-violent nightmare of death and depravity where murder and madness consume his sanity in a vortex of violence. CAT IN THE BRAIN is a psychological masterpiece in the tradition of such cinematic classics as PSYCHO, STRAIT-JACKET, ERASERHEAD and Fellini's 8 1/2.

Un zoo la nuit (1987)

Night Zoo (French: Un Zoo la Nuit) is a 1987 Canadian film. It is directed and written by Jean-Claude Lauzon. It made its debut at the 1987 Cannes Film Festival. The film was selected as the Canadian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 60th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.It was also the most successful film in the history of the Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television's film awards program, winning a record 13 Genie Awards in every single category where it was nominated. The film garnered 14 nominations overall; the film's only nomination that failed to translate into a win was Gilles Maheu's nod for Best Actor, as he lost to the film's other Best Actor nominee, Roger Lebel.

Mutant Hunt (1987)

"Z", a cold and vicious genetic scientist, discovers a way to alter harmless human cyborgs into blood thirsty killing machines which he plans to use for his own gain. When the cyborgs escape into the streets of New York, two of the technicians, who originally helped to create the clones for peace, head out to help find the cyborgs and help control the blood hungry creatures. They enlist the help of Matt Riker, an expert in dispatching wayward cyborgs. Matt wages a relentless war against the mutant cyborgs throughout the streets ofNew York City and finally overcomes them and their evil creator.

My Mother, the Spy (2000)

When a woman (Jayne Brook) asks her grandmother about her mother's (Dyan Cannon) frequent absences, she learns her parent is more than she appears.

Merchant of Death (1997)

A doctor (Linda Hoffman) helps a policeman (Michael Par) get revenge on those who killed his family long ago.

Map Of The Sounds Of Tokyo (2009)

Map of the Sounds of Tokyo (Spanish: Mapa de los sonidos de Tokio) is a 2009 Spanish drama film directed by Isabel Coixet. The film competed in the main competition at the 62nd Cannes Film Festival.

Modern Man (2006)

Modern Man is a 2006 experimental drama about one man’s isolation and search for meaning. The film was directed, edited and photographed by Justin Swibel.

Merci Docteur Rey (2002)

Merci Docteur Rey is a 2002 gay comedy film from Merchant Ivory, directed by Andrew Litvack, starring Dianne Wiest and Jane Birkin. Filmed in Paris.

Message in a Cell Phone (2000)

Three youngsters must decipher a voice-mail message before they are discovered and their cell phone destroyed.

Bring It On: Fight To The Finish (2009)

Christina Milian stars as sassy cheer captain Lina Cruz, whose world is turned upside-down when her family moves from the urban streets of East Los Angeles to the sunny beach town of Malibu. At her new school, Lina clashes with Avery, the ultra-competitive All-Star cheer captain, while also falling for Avery’s super-cute brother, Evan. Lina’s always been able to rise to a challenge, but can she create a new all-star squad, beat Avery at the Spirit Championships, and still keep her romance with Evan? Hot music, fierce competition and high-flyin’ fun continue in this all-new movie!

The Book Of Life (2014)

THE BOOK OF LIFE, a vibrant fantasy-adventure, tells the legend of Manolo, a conflicted hero and dreamer who sets off on an epic quest through magical, mythical and wondrous worlds in order to rescue his one true love and defend his village

Bending All The Rules (2002)

Bending All the Rules is a 2002 American drama romance film starring Bradley Cooper. the film was written and directed by Morgan Klein and Peter Knight.

Bring It On: In It To Win It (2007)

Bring It On: In It to Win It is a 2007 teen film directed by Steve Rash and starring Ashley Benson, Cassandra Scerbo and Michael Copon.

Biggie and Tupac (2002)

Biggie & Tupac is a 2002 feature-length documentary film about murdered rappers Christopher "Notorious B.I.G." Wallace and Tupac "2Pac" Shakur by Nick Broomfield. Broomfield suggests the two murders were planned by Suge Knight, head of Death Row Records. Collusion by the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) is also implied. While the film remains inconclusive, when asked "Who killed Tupac?" in a BBC Radio interview dated March 7, 2005, Broomfield stated (quoting Snoop Dogg) "The big guy next to him in the car... Suge Knight."

Blast From The Past (1999)

Meet Adam Webber (Brendan Fraser), born and raised in a bomb shelter by his sherry-swilling mother (Sissy Spacek) and his mad-scientist father (Christopher Walken). Adam’s simple childhood has been filled with Perry Como records, The Honeymooners reruns and good old-fashioned family values. Now, 35 years later, Adam is about to emerge into a bewildering modern world in search of supplies and a simple girl from Pasadena. Instead, Adam meets Eve (Alicia Silverstone), a modern L.A. woman jaded about life and burned by love. "An engaging romantic comedy that’s charming, funny and hip." (Entertainment Time Out)

Back To The Sea (2012)

Back to the Sea is a Chinese 3D traditional animated family comedy film. It was released on January 27, 2012 in Canada and November 16, 2012 in the United States.

Blaze You Out (2013)

Lupe - a strong-willed aspiring DJ - and her younger sister Alicia live in a community suffocated by generations of heroin use. When Alicia witnesses her boyfriend’s murder and disappears without a trace, Lupe braves the town’s dangerous underworld to find her. She quickly discovers that in order to save the person that matters most she must harness the power that exists within, and not stop until her sister is home safe.

BloodRayne: Deliverance (2007)

BloodRayne 2: Deliverance (also known as BloodRayne 2 or BloodRayne: Deliverance) is a 2007 direct-to-DVD vampire/Western film, set in 1880's America, and directed by Uwe Boll. The film is a sequel to the 2006 film BloodRayne, which was also directed by Uwe Boll, and starred Kristanna Loken. In Deliverance, Natassia Malthe replaces Loken in the lead role.