The Fascist (1961)
A staunch fascist soldier, Primo Arcovazzi (Ugo Tognazzi) is charged with escorting captured dissident professor Erminio Bonafe (Georges Wilson) from the Italian countryside back to Rome. Their journey, however, does not go as planned, particularly when a mischievous girl named Lisa (Stefania Sandrelli) causes Arcovazzi's motorcycle to crash. As their situation goes from bad to worse, Arcovazzi and Bonafe develop a sense of mutual respect, despite their vast ideological differences.
An Affair of the Skin (1963)
A neurotic woman (Lee Grant), her unhappy husband (Kevin McCarthy) and three other New Yorkers share a complicated relationship.
Alabama's Ghost (1973)
A nightclub employee contends with vampires, Nazis and a robot doppelganger after he assumes the mantle of a master magician.
All Men Are Apes! (1965)
A promiscuous young woman finds success as a professional stripper and goes bananas for her hairy erotic-dance partner.
Father Makes Good (1950)
A disgruntled citizen protests the new milk tax by purchasing his own cow.
Along Came Love (1936)
A store clerk (Irene Hervey) sets out to woo a doctor (Charles Starrett) who is more interested in caring for babies.
Streets Of Gold (1986)
A bitter Soviet emigre (Klaus Maria Brandauer) trains two Brooklyn street boxers (Adrian Pasdar, Wesley Snipes) for bouts with a visiting Soviet team.
Another Wild Idea (1934)
An experimental ray gun designed to release a person's inhibitions turns a timid man (Charley Chase) into a mountain of boldness.
The Female Bunch (1971)
An alienated band of women takes over a ranch close to the Mexican border and sets up a narcotics operation.
Female Fugitive (1938)
Police set up a dragnet to trap an outlaw's wife whom they believe to be his accomplice.
To Each His Own (2017)
Rich British parents and a poor mother expect DNA tests to decide a custody case of twins and a third boy.
The Deserted City (1984)
When a man reads a newspaper article about a tragic fire in Yanagawa, he recalls the summer he spent there as a student.
The Wicked Go to Hell (1955)
Based on the play by Frdric Dard.
I Was An Adventuress (1940)
A ballerina (Vera Zorina) quits her con-game partners to marry a rich Parisian (Richard Greene) who takes her for a countess.
Mariana, Mariana (1987)
A young student falls in love with the best friend of her mother, feeling that is discovered by his teachers.
Don Quixote, Knight Errant (2002)
In the twilight of his life, the eccentric nobleman (Juan Luis Galiardo) and Sancho Panza (Carlos Iglesias) set out to battle a horde of angry Turks.
Love Story (1981)
Two young lovers (Vijayata Pandit, Kumar Gaurav) run away to elope after their parents decide to oppose their relationship.
Ganga Zumba (1963)
In 17th-century South America, plantation slaves revolt against their cruel owners in a bid for freedom.
Parachute Nurse (1942)
Based on the fictional and factual exploits of World War II nurses trained to parachute into combat situations.
Frog Song (2005)
Akemi (Konatsu) leaves her cheating husband and befriends Kyoko (Rinako Hirasawa), a sexually unbridled woman who hooks for extra cash, and is introduced to a new world of sensual experiences.
The Untamed Breed (1948)
Texas ranchers resist an out-of-towner (Sonny Tufts) who has a Brahman bull to breed.
The Thirty Nine Steps (1979)
A South African engineer visiting London, Richard Hannay (Robert Powell) gets caught up in an intricate spy plot when a British secret agent takes shelter in his accommodations. When the spy is killed by a secret organization, Hannay becomes its next target, and must flee to Scotland, where he may be able to uncover the mystery by locating a black book. Aided by the lovely Alex Mackenzie (Karen Dotrice), Hannay figures out the organization's sinister scheme and attempts to halt it.
Twice a Judas (1968)
A wealthy amnesiac becomes aware of a con man's attempts to kill off his family and separate him from his estate.
Finding Cooper's Heaven (2008)
After the death of their brother, two siblings (Ethan Collins, Kierna Conner) embark on a search to find heaven.
Miel De Naranjas (2012)
Henry and Carmen live in Andalusia during the 1950s. He works for the court, where he witnesses injustices and abuses of power every day, then he begins engaging in risky actions that also endanger his family.
Fighting Shadows (1935)
A Northwest Mounted Police constable puts fur thieves on the run.
Otelo Burning (2011)
Otelo discovers an amazing talent as a surfer and is thrust into a glamorous world of money and women until his brother Ntwe is murdered. He faces a terrible choice -- to stay a star or get revenge.
Somewhere West (2011)
Ian is terminally ill and stops getting treatment so he can head out on the road to find solitude and the right place to spend his final moments.
Swing, Cowboy, Swing (1946)
A country-music band is warned to stay away from a theater where a strange masked shooter targets the performers.
Strange Triangle (1946)
A businessman relates a tale of extravagance and ruination perpetrated by his associate's scheming wife.
Public Enemy: Reflections of The Black Panthers (1999)
Four past members of the Black Panther Party -- playwright and former prisoner Jamal Joseph; renowned musician and record producer Nile Rodgers; law professor and lecturer Kathleen Cleaver; and founding party member Bobby Seale -- share their personal memories and thoughts on the historic, militant civil rights group that caused a stir in America during the 1960s and '70s. The subjects also reflect on the organization's impact on contemporary American society.
Werewolf in a Girl's Dormitory (1961)
Authorities scramble to locate the phantom behind a series of grisly murders at a detention school for girls.
What's Good for the Goose (1969)
A banker (Norman Wisdom) with a dull life displays wild behavior after meeting two female hippies at a seaside resort.
London Betty (2009)
A British journalist (Nicole Lewis) who moved to America falls in with a pair of petty thieves and discovers that their town's mayor is embezzling funds to build his own personal theme park.
Three Bewildered People in the Night (1987)
Two men (Mark Howell, John Lacques) and a woman (Darcy Marta) form an arty triangle of truth, fiction and sexual confusion.
Super Storm (2009)
A heroic pilot (Valerie Niehaus) investigates unexplained weather patterns that threaten air safety.
El Llanto de Helena (2009)
Two journalists investigate the tragic death of a young women in a car accident, a fact that leads to supernatural events.
The Corpse (1970)
A patriarch's (Michael Gough) corpse comes back to haunt the wife (Yvonne Mitchell) and daughter (Sharon Gurney) who murdered him.
My Life in Orange (2011)
A woman (Petra Schmidt-Schaller) and her two children (Amber Bongard, Bela Baumann) adjust to life at a commune.
The Tunnel (2017)
Desperate for help, an African girl weaves a tall tale at a guerrilla army camp.
Freeze Die Come to Life (1989)
In post-World War II Russia, two children try to survive tough times in a remote mining town in Siberia. Tea sellers Valerka (Pavel Nazarov) and Galia (Dinara Drukarova) are short on food, family and shelter. Valerka, whose mother is a prostitute, acts out by playing increasingly dangerous pranks. As his bad behavior escalates, he leaves town and joins a band of young criminals. However Galia,who is still invested in their friendship, finds him and tries to bring him back home.
Maangamizi: The Ancient One (2001)
Asira (Barbara O.), an African-American doctor raised in Mississippi, accompanies her Tanzanian boyfriend to his homeland, to serve at a local hospital. There she meets Samehe (Amandina Lihamba), who is in psychiatric care due to recurring hallucinations and claims to be in contact with a mysterious shaman/spirit guide named Maangamizi (Mwanajuma Ali Hassan). Asira grows more interested in Samehe and, in turn, with East African spirituality, which helps her connect with her own roots.
May I Kill U? (2013)
After Baz (Kevin Bishop), a cycle cop, suffers a head injury, he begins executing criminals on the streets.
Bill (Brian Aherne) and Bert (Cyril McLaglen) meet the same woman on the same day at the same underground station and they both want to date her. When she chooses Bill, Bert does not take the rejection lightly.
Ghattu, the prince of the forest, uses his magic powers to protect everyone around him. When challenged by evil forces that are out to stop him from fulfilling his destiny, Ghattu and his elephant friend, Gajju, form an invincible team to fight them.
The Silencer (1992)
Out of retirement comes a top-secret hit woman (Lynette Walden) to hunt the leaders of a child-slave ring.
Koran By Heart (2011)
More than 100 children from all over the world descend on Cairo to compete in an annual Koran-reciting contest.
Flying Cadets (1941)
A pilot unexpectedly encounters his long-lost son at a flying academy.
Hey! Hey! USA (1938)
A teacher (Will Hay) working as a ship's porter discovers two rival Chicago gangs are plotting to kidnap a millionaire's son aboard the boat.
Poison Ivy (1985)
A counselor (Michael J. Fox) chases campers and an assistant nurse (Nancy McKeon) at a camp run by a klutz (Robert Klein) and his roving wife.
Arizona Trail (1943)
A singing cowboy (Tex Ritter) comes home to help his family fight a land-grabber.
The Vanishing of Pato (2010)
In 1890, two squabbling lawmen (Nino Frassica, Maurizio Casagrande) investigate the disappearance of a banker (Neri Marcor).
Barney Bear's Victory Garden (1942)
A bear finds it hard to do his patriotic duty by growing a victory garden when a hungry gopher enters the picture.
Bars and Stripes (1937)
After a bandleader is caught speeding and placed in jail, his musical associates get themselves arrested as well in order to practice together as a group.
The daughter (Manisha Koirala) of deaf-mute parents (Nana Patekar, Seema Biswas) seeks their understanding when she discovers a love for music.
The Last Blood (1990)
After Red Army terrorists critically wound a high priest, they try to kill all possible donors of the holy leader's rare blood-type.
Gun Grit (1936)
A G-man (Jack Perrin) goes west to stop a cattle-protection racket.
The Beatles Come to Town (1963)
Beatlemania strikes England's Manchester on Nov. 20, 1963, when the pop band arrives at the ABC Cinema Ardwick to perform for more than 2,500 eager fans.
Forgotten Woman (1939)
A woman imprisoned for a crime she didn't commit receives unexpected help from the prosecuting attorney.
Everybody Dance (1936)
When a nightclub singer (Cicely Courtneidge) must take care of her late sister's children, she moves them to a farm.
Street Wars (1992)
A pilot (Alan Joseph) inherits his brother's (Bryan O'Dell) Los Angeles drug operation and adds ultralight aircraft to its arsenal.
Pastoral Symphony (1946)
Based on a novel by Andr Gide.
An aging rock group uses a younger punk band to front its new recordings and fool the music industry.
Where Is Musette? (1992)
The making of the film "La Vie de Boheme."
Giants of Rome (1963)
The Gauls give Caesar a hard time with their secret weapon: a big catapult.
College Kickboxers (1991)
A mild-mannered martial artist reluctantly agrees to train an assault victim in the deadly art of kung fu.
The Wolves (1971)
In 1923, Japanese mobsters Seiji Iwahashi (Tatsuya Nakadai) and Gunjiro Ozeki (Noboru And) are arrested in the midst of a violent gang battle. Four years after their conviction, there is a regime change in Japan, and the new emperor pardons many prisoners, including Iwahashi and Ozeki. When they reunite with their former associates, they find that the criminal codes they live by have been abolished. Worse, their gang has deadly new leaders who don't take kindly to Iwahashi's mistrust of change.
Out of Style (2002)
Filipinos (Diether Ocampo, Patrick Garcia, Vhong Navarro) from all different backgrounds deal with the intricacies of daily life.
Vampire Men of the Lost Planet (1970)
Three earthlings (John Carradine, Robert Dix, Vicki Volante) leave on a space mission to destroy flesh creatures of a prehistoric lost planet.
Talking Guitars (2008)
Craftsman Flip Scipio builds and restores guitars for musicians Paul Simon, Carly Simon and Jackson Browne.
Flying Monsters 3D (2011)
The prehistoric world of the pterosaurs.
Star of India (1954)
An 18th-century French nobleman (Cornel Wilde) searches for a stolen emerald.
Incident At Phantom Hill (1966)
Two men (Robert Fuller, Dan Duryea) and a woman (Jocelyn Lane) lead a scramble for $1 million in stolen gold after the Civil War.
An elderly male is abused by his wealthy son, while the latter has to deal with his own greed.
Time Will Tell (1992)
Interviews, rehearsals and concert performances comprise this celebration of the life of late reggae star Bob Marley.
Time of the Comet (2008)
Based on the novel by Ismail Kadare.
Goodbye, Mr. Chips (2002)
A well-loved educator reminisces about his late wife and the students at a British boys school.
In the Name of Love (2012)
An obsessive man becomes violent toward a young woman (Tara Fitzgerald) after she ends their passionate affair.
The Summer Children (1965)
Two young men compete for a woman's affections during a sailing trip.
Deadly Love (1987)
Black magic brings back a woman's dead lover, resulting in a haunted house inherited by her niece.
Hunter in the Dark (1979)
In 18th-century Japan, aging yakuza crime lord Gomyo (Tatsuya Nakadai) hopes to make a peaceful exit from the seedy lifestyle he's been maintaining, but, with threats coming from outsiders and those within his own clan of crooks, he realizes he will need a fierce bodyguard. Gomyo finds just the man he's looking for in Yataro (Yoshio Harada), who, despite having only one eye and amnesia, is a brilliant swordsman. However, old enemies from Yataro's past soon put both men in grave danger.
Homo Heights (1998)
"Homo Heights" is a feature length narrative film that weaves farce and satire with romance and comedy. It is a slice of gay life in cartoon dimensions, with completely recognizable characters and situations pushed to their limits. 85 year old Malcolm (Quentin Crisp) is ready for "a surprise - or to die." The resident guru has grown weary of being "kept" by his one time protg, Maria "The Donna" Callous (Stephen Sorrentino), heavyweight drag queen and leader of the gay mafia.
One Night in Turin (2010)
The spirited play of England's 1990 World Cup team transformed the sport in Britain from hooliganism to a source of national pride.
Arthur Takes Over (1948)
A young woman (Lois Collier) must find a way to break the news to her parents and a stuffy suitor that she is now married to a sailor.
Dark Harvest (1992)
Van trouble in the desert forces young people to hike through a sacred burial ground.
The Princess and the Magic Frog (1965)
After playing hooky from school and getting lost in the woods, a boy uses a leprechaun's magic gold coins to bestow good fortune upon the many strange characters he meets.
The Thin Line (2019)
The relationship between a child and her mother is affected as the mother slowly loses her grip on sanity.
In Your Hands (2004)
Jane Pittman and Annette Brieger follow Kim and Xavier as they try to put their lives back together after serving prison sentences.
Hard Revenge Milly: Bloody Battle (2009)
A fierce warrior (Miki Mizuno) becomes embroiled in a vicious cycle of vengeance.
Attack of the Jungle Women (1959)
Land developers looking to build a highway through the wilds of Central America encounter fierce opposition from a tribe of savage female natives.
Stockholm East (2011)
Two strangers are bound together by a tragedy that takes a toll on their lives and relationships.
Babe Comes Home (1927)
The bubbly romance between a baseball star and a laundress goes down the drain when the slugger's love of chewing tobacco makes a mess of their relationship.
The Nazi Officer's Wife (2003)
This documentary focuses on the life of Edith Hahn, a Jewish woman living in Vienna whose family was torn apart after the Nazis occupied Austria. But instead of examining the well-documented stories of concentration camp survivors, the film looks at a woman who escaped the grim inevitability of her fate by masquerading as a non-Jew. With the help of others, Hahn relocated to Munich and suppressed her identity in order to survive, eventually marrying a Nazi and raising an Aryan family.
The House on Tombstone Hill (1989)
Five trendy jerks try to fix up a mansion haunted by a wielder of sharp objects and her daughter.
La Loi de Murphy (2009)
Released after four years in prison, a man learns anything that can go wrong, will.
Gun Fight (1961)
After finishing a stint as a cavalryman, Wayne Stanley (James Brown) is looking forward to taking a job on his brother's ranch. While traveling to see his sibling, he helps entertainer Nora (Joan Staley) out of a sticky situation with an aggressive suitor, and promptly falls in love with her. But when he and Nora finally meet up with Wayne's brother, Brad (Gregg Palmer), they learn the ranch is just a front for a crime ring. Wayne is appalled, leading to a feud between the brothers.
Nuclear Nation (2012)
Filmmaker Atsushi Funahashi tells the stories of Japan's nuclear refugees.
Father's Wild Game (1950)
An irate citizen decides to trap his own game rather than pay outrageous store prices for meat.
The Pirate Tapes (2011)
The filmmakers travel to the African coast to document piracy.
Van Veeteren: Münsters Fall (2005)
A lawman (Sven Wollter) investigates the stabbing death of a wealthy wine merchant.