Kidnapped (1948)

Robert Louis Stevenson's hero David Balfour (Roddy McDowall) joins rebel Alan Breck Stewart (Dan O'Herlihy) in 18th-century Scotland.

Hudson's Bay (1941)

In the 1700s, French Canadian explorer Pierre Esprit Radisson (Paul Muni) envisions a vast fur trade based in the Hudson Bay area. Opportunity knocks when Radisson and his associate, Gooseberry (Laird Cregar), meet wealthy Englishman Lord Edward Crewe (John Sutton). After teaching Crewe about frontier survival, Radisson and Gooseberry journey with him to England, where Radisson attempts to convince King Charles II (Vincent Price) to fund his business endeavor.

Diabolically Yours (1967)

Following a car crash, an amnesiac encounters strange sensations and voices urging his destruction.

The Last Frontier (1986)

An American mother (Linda Evans) inherits her husband's Australian ranch and has an affair with a land-grabber's (Jason Robards) son (Jack Thompson).

Paris Model (1953)

An alluring new French dress is released, dubbed "Nude at Midnight," and various women try to use the sexy garment to gain leverage with the men in their personal and professional lives. Marion (Marilyn Maxwell) dons the dress and arranges a date with her hubby's employer, hoping to grease the man into giving her spouse a promotion. Working girl Betty (Paulette Goddard) wears it to win the heart of her own boss, and ambitious Gogo (Eva Gabor) uses it in an effort to seduce a wealthy maharajah.

King of the Wild Stallions (1959)

A ranch foreman (George Montgomery) saves a widow (Diane Brewster) from a cattle baron by catching a prize stallion.

Othello (1922)

In this silent version of the Shakespeare play, military ensign Iago (Werner Krauss) chafes upon learning that Gen. Othello (Emil Jannings) has appointed a younger man, Cassio (Theodor Loos), as his lieutenant. Further offended to discover that Othello, a dark-skinned Moor, has secretly married Desdemona (Ica von Lenkeffy), the daughter of a senator, Iago plots revenge. Playing upon Othello's volatile nature, Iago plants clues that Desdemona has been unfaithful with Cassio.

Der Clown - Tag der Vergeltung (2005)

A former crime-fighter (Sven Martinek) comes out of retirement after the mobster who killed his lover escapes from prison.

The Toast Of New York (1937)

Huckster showman Jim Fisk (Edward Arnold) and his faithful partner, Nick Boyd (Cary Grant), become wealthy smuggling cotton during the Civil War, but when they lose their money, the pair move to New York City and establish themselves as stock speculators. As Fisk and Boyd spar over comely actress Josie (Frances Farmer), Fisk engineers a foolhardy scheme against Cornelius Vanderbilt (Clarence Kolb) to corner the gold market, unmindful of the risks to his investors if his plan should fail.

Two Brothers (1926)

A man and his gay sibling reunite after the death of their mother.

Flirting with Fate (1916)

A man hires an assassin to kill him but, later, has a change of heart.

Dandelion (2004)

A sullen teen (Vincent Kartheiser) forges a special bond with a girl (Taryn Manning) who just moved to town with her mother.

Redland (2009)

An isolated rural family struggles to survive during the Great Depression, while a daughter begins a secret affair.

All God's Children (1980)

An unpopular court decision by town Judge Parke Denison (Richard Widmark) to bus select African-American students to white schools threatens to tear the community apart when two teens -- one who is black, the other who is white -- steal and wreck a school bus in protest. Sadly, only one of the teens survives the brutal accident; the other runs off and goes into hiding. Tensions mount as anxious family members await the results of the autopsy identifying the body.

Ellery Queen and the Perfect Crime (1941)

The famed sleuth helps his inspector-father solve the murder of a shady utilities promoter.

Living Doll (1990)

A medical student brings home a beautiful cadaver from his moonlighting job at the morgue.

Ellery Queen, Master Detective (1940)

Ellery Queen attempts to live up to his reputation as a star sleuth.

Se souvenir des belles choses (2001)

Worried she may be succumbing to Alzheimer's in her 30s, Claire (Isabelle Carr) seeks help from a clinic dedicated to helping with memory problems. Though many of her fellow patients are obviously disturbed, Claire grows close to Philippe (Bernard Campan), who is unable to remember the car accident that killed his family. The couple decides to move in together, but their new relationship is threatened by Claire's worsening inability to remember information.

Jigri Dost (1969)

An official's daughter is pleased when her father betroths her to another official, until she catches her intended in the arms of another woman.

State of Violence (2010)

A South African corporate leader's past as a revolutionary comes back to haunt him.

Real Bullets (1988)

Movie stunt artists must rely on their athletic skills for survival when they stumble across a drug kingpin's fortress.

The Racket (1928)

In this Prohibition-era silent film, James McQuigg (Thomas Meighan) is an honest police captain in a city ruled by gangsters and corrupt politicians. McQuigg tries repeatedly to arrest Nick Scarsi (Louis Wolheim), a bootlegging kingpin, but can't get charges to stick. After rejecting Scarsi's bribes, the incorruptible McQuigg is transferred out of town, but refuses to be intimidated. When Scarsi's younger brother is caught in a hit-and-run, McQuigg attempts to take down the criminal underworld.

Puzzlehead (2005)

A scientist (Stephen Galaida) creates a robot companion in his own image.

Confessions of a Police Captain (1971)

An Italian police commissioner (Martin Balsam) tells the district attorney (Franco Nero) what he had to do to catch a crime boss.

Something Like Happiness (2005)

In northern Bohemia, Monika (Tatiana Vilhelmov) awaits an invitation to join her boyfriend in the U.S., while free-spirited suitor Tonik (Pavel Liska) tries to gain her affection. Their unstable friend, Dasha (Anna Geislerov), is having a tumultuous affair with a married man that eventually leads to her having a nervous breakdown. When she is sent to a mental institution, Tonik and Monika agree to care for Dasha's two kids, and Tonik hopes to win Monika's heart in the process.

Between Two Women (1986)

When shy school teacher Val (Farrah Fawcett) and Harry (Michael Nouri), the son of an aged opera singer, get married, Val quickly discovers that Harry's mother, Barbara (Colleen Dewhurst), is not very happy with their union. In fact, Barbara tries to separate the couple. But, when Barbara suffers a debilitating stroke, Val's compassion and empathy mend the rift between two women, giving Barbara the will to survive. But will Barbara learn to love her daughter-in-law?

Collector's Item (1988)

A Parisian businessman's coincidental meeting with a former lover leads him into a dangerous web of passion and deceit.

Normal the Düsseldorf Ripper (2009)

An idealistic lawyer becomes warped by his exposure to the manipulative serial killer he agreed to defend.

The City (1999)

Four gritty stories chronicle the Latino immigrant experience in New York City. In the first, desperate day laborers risk their lives working in unsafe conditions for low pay. Then, newcomer Francisco (Cipriano Garcia) gets a respite from loneliness when he meets a kindhearted woman. Next, homeless puppeteer Luis (Jose Rabelo) battles bureaucracy to register his daughter for school. Finally, garment worker Ana (Silvia Goiz) struggles for the paycheck that could save her sick daughter's life.

The Last Sparks of Sundown (2014)

Two American brothers travel to England to sell their grandfather's estate. Their straightforward plan hits a snag when they find strangers living in the house and a sinister man on their trail.

Gone (2019)

A writer (Christof Gareisen) uses a publisher's (Robert Giggenbach) suicidal wife (Adele Neuhauser) as the model for the main character in his new novel.

Brownie Speaks (2014)

The life, music and legacy of Clifford Brown.

To the Shores of Hell (1966)

A U.S. major (Marshall Thompson) leaves home on a mission to free his doctor brother from the Viet Cong.

Golden Goddess of Rio Beni (1964)

Men (Pierre Brice, Gil Delamaras) and a woman (Emma Penella) search the Amazon jungle for a legendary treasure.

Raw Courage (1969)

Shangguan is charged with protecting his boss's baby and gives it to his daughter. She sets off to safety with a deadly assassin and an entire army after her.

Dot and the Whale (1986)

Little Dot and a dolphin need Moby Dick's help to save a beached whale in Australia.

Of Pure Blood (1986)

A New Yorker (Lee Remick) returns to Germany, where she and a professor (Patrick McGoohan) trace a mystery to Nazi plans for a master race.

Shooting Stars (1997)

An unhappy woman (Romane Bohringer) interferes with her partner's (Jean-Philippe coffey) illicit dealings with a swindler (Melvil Poupaud) in Paris.

The Sin (1972)

A communist worker (Adriano Celentano) falls in love with the nun (Sophia Loren) who is head nurse at the hospital where he is a patient.

Hellmouth (2014)

A man battles the world's most horrific ghouls and ghosts in a graveyard that turns reality into outer world fiction.

Labors of Hercules (1958)

After the quick thinking of Hercules (Steve Reeves) saves Princess Iole (Sylva Koscina), he is tasked with training her irresponsible brother, Iphitus (Mimmo Palmara), to assume their father's place as king. Hercules falls for the beautiful Iole, but must perform a series of grueling tasks when Iphitus is killed in a tragic accident. When the mysterious Jason (Fabrizio Mioni) appears and claims to be the rightful king, he, Hercules and the Argonauts set sail for the legendary Golden Fleece.

The Price of Success (2014)

A sadistic filmmaker forces actors to use their martial-arts skills in the real world.

Código Paz (2014)

Pedro breaks into the wrong mansion at the wrong time.

Just Our Luck (2016)

Three best friends open a fortune cookie that contains identical love fortunes. They decide to take it as a good omen and try to find three perfect men.

The Act (1984)

Political conniving leads to an overly complicated heist.

Bury Me Not on the Lone Prairie (1941)

A mining engineer (Johnny Mack Brown) sets out to bring his brother's killers to justice.

Before My Heart Falls (2012)

A teenager has a key moment in her life before she commits an act she will always regret.

Volcano (1950)

An exiled Italian prostitute (Anna Magnani) shields her sister (Geraldine Brooks) from a deep-sea diver (Rossano Brazzi) on an island volcano.

Sprookjesboom de Film (2012)

Trapped in Winterland, friends from Fairy Tale Tree must find five crystals to return home.

The Amulet of Ogum (1974)

A blind guitar player entertains thieves with a story of a criminal living in Rio de Janeiro who could not be harmed by weapons after a blessing from Ogum.

Power (1980)

Tommy Vanda (Joe Don Baker) starts out his career as a dockworker in Chicago, where he gets a reputation for his uncompromising attitude and leads his coworkers in an effective strike. Vanda soon rises within the union ranks to become a powerful labor leader. The more unscrupulous side of Vanda's personality, however, leads to criminal charges and jail time. Although the imposing union man eventually gets out of prison, his shadowy past persists in catching up with him.

A Lady's Morals (1930)

A lovestruck composer (Reginald Denny) loses his sight following Swedish diva Jenny Lind (Grace Moore), who loses her voice.

The Stranger Within (1990)

Tortured by the abduction of her 3-year-old son 12 years earlier, Mare (Kate Jackson) does not know what to believe when a young man (Rick Schroder) arrives at her door claiming to be Luke, her long-lost child. While Mare's fianc, Dan (Chris Sarandon), suspects that Luke is an impostor, Mare is simply happy to have her boy back. But, as Luke reveals his true personality, Mare and Dan fear that allowing him into their lives could have deadly consequences.

Graceland (2012)

The life of a chauffeur (Arnold Reyes) takes a terrifying turn when -- by mistake -- his own young daughter is kidnapped instead of the child of the corrupt politician for whom he works.

Old Explorers (1990)

Two armchair adventurers (Jose Ferrer, James Whitmore) indulge in searches for lost treasures and the city of Atlantis.

Once a Thief (1965)

All ex-convict Eddie Pedak (Alain Delon) wants is a fresh start with his wife, Kristine (Ann-Margret), and daughter, Kathy (Tammy Locke), as he tries to rebuild his life in San Francisco, but a few obstacles stand in his way. One is Inspector Mike Vido (Van Heflin) of the SFPD, who believes Pedak is the man who shot him several years back, and wants revenge. The other is Pedak's brother, Walter (Jack Palance), a lifetime criminal who persistently tries to recruit him to pull one last job.

They Were Eleven (1986)

Terror strikes as space cadets aboard a derelict vessel face the possibility of a traitor in their midst.

The Paleface (1922)

Evil oil barons try to kick Indians off their land, and Buster joins the tribe to help them fight.

The Adventurer (1917)

The Tramp breaks out of prison, saves a girl and her mother from drowning, and wrecks a swank party.

Cadets on Parade (1942)

A young cadet accused of cowardice sets out to prove his valor with the help of a friend.

Call a Messenger (1939)

The Dead End Kids cross paths with an infamous gangster while trying to earn livings as messenger boys.

Complices (2010)

A detective (Gilbert Melki) and his partner (Emmanuelle Devos) investigate the murder of a teenage male prostitute.

Freshmen (1999)

Four college students form a discussion group, become friends and face challenges of school and life.

Pata Nahi Rabb Kehdeyan Rangan Ch Raazi (2012)

Harman moves to Bangkok to improve his life and returns home to profess his love to Simla on Valentine's Day.

How Come Nobody's On Our Side (1974)

Two stuntmen (Adam Roarke, Larry Bishop) try to smuggle Mexican marijuana with one's sister (Alexandra Hay), an astrology buff.

Dinner With My Sisters (2011)

Dr. Andrew Michael, a Greek doctor living in London, returns home to investigate his father's death. He is reunited with his three sisters and old resentments re-emerge as he uncovers the truth about their father's passing.

Yana's Friends (1999)

As Iraqi scud missiles fly overhead and an entire country locks itself into airtight rooms, Yana (Evelyn Kaplun) and her fellow Russians wrestle with the challenges facing them in their new life in Israel during the Gulf War. Yana's husband has left her and she shares an apartment with Eli (Nir Levy), a photographer with a passion for casual sex. While in threat of poisonous gas their stories merge and love blossoms.

Three of a Kind (1944)

Two vaudeville acrobats (Billy Gilbert, Shemp Howard) get jobs as cooks to support a dead buddy's son.

Which Way Home (1991)

An American nurse (Cybill Shepherd) and an Australian boat captain (John Waters) flee Cambodia with orphans from a refugee camp.

Forgotten Prisoners (1990)

Amnesty International sends a professor (Ron Silver) and a lawyer (Hctor Elizondo) to fight for human rights of prisoners in Turkey.

There Once was an Island: Te Henua e Nnoho (2011)

The effects of climate change in the Pacific.

Silent Witness (1985)

A young woman (Valerie Bertinelli) opposes her husband (John Savage) and his family after seeing her brother-in-law (Chris Nash) commit rape.

The White Viking (1991)

In order to save his bride, a pagan makes a deal with a king to convert the people in Iceland to Roman Catholicism.

The Males (1971)

Jealousy threatens to destroy the friendship of two backwoods men after they bed the same woman.

La Porteuse de pain (1963)

An escaped convict sets out to clear her name after serving 20 years in prison for a crime she didn't commit.

Life in Stills (2011)

The owner of a photo shop and her grandson fight to save their business and nearly 1 million negatives that document Israel's history.

Privilege (1990)

Filmmaker Yvonne Rainer focuses on women over 40, before and after menopause, from the feminist point of view.

De sangre chicana (1974)

A father and his three children live on the border of the United States, they open a small business and try to adapt to the local customs.

The Singing Marine (1937)

A Marine (Dick Powell) and his girlfriend (Doris Weston) go to New York to try out for a radio amateur hour.

The Crash (1932)

The wife (Ruth Chatterton) of a Wall Street loser (George Brent) eyes an Australian sheep rancher (Paul Cavanagh) in Bermuda.

The Beggar Student (1927)

In the early 1900s, a group of German students is taken into custody for opposing the king.

Maro Charitra (1978)

A Telegu girl and a Tamil boy fall in love with each other, but their families do not approve of their relationship and ask them to stay away from each other.

Wednesday's Child (1999)

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

Behind Stone Walls (1932)

Life inside prison walls is anything but pleasant for one inmate.

Behind the Makeup (1930)

The schemes of his partner threaten to hold back a talented clown's career.

Shut Yer Dirty Little Mouth (2002)

Alcoholic men drink and curse their nights away.

Behind The Wall (1971)

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

Avalanche (1978)

Hanging over a new ski resort are charges of corruption and a big snow wedge that's been there for years.

Men In Love (1990)

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

Rome Rather Than You (2006)

Kamel and Zina leave Algeria to find work in Italy.

Rosie the Riveter (1944)

War-plant workers, two men and two women (Jane Frazee, Vera Vague), share a room in a busy boardinghouse.

Safari 3000 (1982)

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

The Master Detective and Rasmus (1997)

Teen detective Kalle Blomkvist (Malte Forsberg) searches for a kidnapped inventor and son.

The Real World Movie: The Lost Season (2002)

Vancouver roommates square off against zealous fans and each other in a satirical take on the long-running TV series.

Belles and Ballet (1960)

A troupe of youthful dancers from Paris practices a new ballet.

Man From Headquarters (1942)

Reporter Larry Doyle (Frank Albertson) is on top of the world when he exposes the crimes of organized crime boss Louis Pedroni (Max Hoffman Jr.). His success, however, is spoiled in one fell swoop: He's fired from his job, kidnapped by Pedroni's thugs, knocked out and thrown on a train. Eventually, he wakes up in St. Louis, where he meets the lovely Ann (Joan Woodbury). But when he is then framed for an armed robbery, Larry must outsmart the criminals who want to prevent him from testifying.

The Black Chapel (1959)

In the spring of 1940, three high-ranking German officers plot Hitler's downfall.

Running Out of Time (1999)

A Chinese superthief (Andy Lau) is dying but intends to gull a persistent police inspector (Ching-Wan Lau) when he makes his last jewel robbery.

Underground (2010)

After his parents die, a young man realizes how cruel life can be.

The Perfumed Nightmare (1980)

A Filipino jitney driver (Kidlat Tahimik) who idolizes America's space program comes to reject the rapid encroachment of technology.