Hayattan Korkma (2008)

The Governor (2007)

Trick the Movie: Psychic Battle Royale (2010)

Circonstances atténuantes (1939)

Leichte Muse (1941)

Nana et Kaoru (2011)

Nana to Kaoru is a Japanese erotic romantic comedy seinen manga series written and illustrated by Ryuta Amazume. It was serialized on Hakusensha's Young Animal Arashi manga magazine and is now serialized on Young Animal. 18 volumes have been published so far. Three other manga series have also been released, as well as an original video animation and two live action films.

High Diving Hare (1949)

High Diving Hare is a 1948-produced Warner Brothers Looney Tunes theatrical cartoon short starring Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam. Released to theaters on April 30, 1949, the short is an expansion of a gag from Stage Door Cartoon, which was also directed by Friz Freleng. High Diving Hare can be seen in the third act of The Looney Looney Looney Bugs Bunny Movie.

Letuchiy korabl (1960)

Der Verteidiger hat das Wort (1944)

Altar mayor (1944)

Valley of Hell (1943)

The Filmmaker and the Labyrinth (2004)

The Flying Squirrel (1954)

Golem: The Petrified Garden (1993)

Mr. Blabbermouth! (1942)

You're the Greatest, Charlie Brown (1979)

You're the Greatest, Charlie Brown is the 18th prime-time animated TV special based upon the comic strip Peanuts, by Charles M. Schulz.

Challenge of the Range (1949)

Duggholufólkið (2007)

Il tuffo (1993)

Ungen (1938)

Lock In (2007)

You Only You (1941)

Secret Service of the Imperial Court (1984)

Secret Service of the Imperial Court, also known as Police Pool of Blood, is a 1984 Hong Kong wuxia film produced by the Shaw Brothers Studio and starring Bryan Leung. The film is strikingly similar in style and plot to the 1988 ATV's The court Secret Agent (錦衣衛.), and is suggested to have been remade as, the 2010 film 14 Blades, which starred Donnie Yen.

Blessing Bell (2003)

They Shall Not Perish: The Story of Near East Relief (2016)

Vengeance for Vengeance (1968)

Generation Zero (2010)

Generation Zero is a 2010 American documentary film written and directed by Steve Bannon, and produced by David N. Bossie for Citizens United Productions. The documentary features historian David Kaiser as well as author and amateur historian Neil Howe. In the film, Bannon examines the financial crisis of 2007–2008 in the context of a generational theory by authors William Strauss and Neil Howe.

Vabank II (1984)

On the Hook! (2011)

Rubber Johnny (2005)

Rubber Johnny is a 2005 British experimental short film/music video written, directed, and produced by Chris Cunningham.

A Man and His Woman (1934)

Granddaughter of Ice (1980)

Pirates of Blood Island (1972)

Double Pack (2000)

Two Halves of a Heart (1982)

Louise, One Word of Love (1972)

Trost i taklampa (1955)

Butterfly Cloud (1977)

Deadline Torp (2005)

Aasma: The Sky Is the Limit (2009)

Aasma: The Sky Is the Limit is a Bollywood film released on 23 January 2009.

Itaker (2012)

Intrusions (2008)

Angels of Death (1993)

Steal This Film II (2007)

Frozen Stiff (2002)

Frozen Stiff is a 2002 Yugoslav comedy film directed by Milorad Milinković. It's about two brothers trying to transport their dead grandfather to his hometown, but lose him in the process and try to find him back before the funeral.

Historias clandestinas en La Habana (1997)

Death at an Old Mansion (1975)

Death at an Old Mansion is a 1975 Japanese horror film directed by Yoichi Takabayashi, based on the mystery novel The Murder in the Honjin (1946) by Seishi Yokomizo. It was entered into the 26th Berlin International Film Festival.

Knuffle Bunny: A Cautionary Tale (2006)

Abnormal Excitement: Nao Saejima (1989)

Third Planet in the Solar System (1972)

Good Night, Gorilla (1998)

Tonya & Nancy: The Inside Story (1994)

Tonya & Nancy: The Inside Story is a 1994 American made-for-television biographical satirical-drama film written by Phil Penningroth and directed by Larry Shaw. It stars Alexandra Powers as Tonya Harding and Heather Langenkamp as Nancy Kerrigan and focuses on the January 1994 attack on Kerrigan and the extensive media coverage surrounding the infamous incident. It was released on NBC in April 1994, based on public domain material.

Picnic with Weissmann (1968)

Picnic with Weissmann is a 1968 Czechoslovak animated short film by Jan Švankmajer.

Wispering in the Hayloft (1967)

Rule Number One (2008)

The Kon Ichikawa Story (2006)

The Kon Ichikawa Story , also known as A Filmful Life, is a 2006 documentary directed by Japanese director Shunji Iwai about the life of iconic and prolific Japanese director Kon Ichikawa. The documentary also devotes time to Natto Wada, Ichikawa's wife, who wrote many of his screenplays.

Ina (1982)

Ina is a 1982 Malayalam film directed by I. V. Sasi. The film explores teen lust, child marriage and the consequences. It stars Master Raghu and Devi in the lead roles, while Kanchana, Rasheed and B. K. Pottekkadu play major supporting roles. The film received strongly positive reviews upon release. It was a bold attempt in Malayalam cinema, and is regarded as a trendsetter movie. Its basic story is inspired from the classic The Blue Lagoon .

Rosen-Emil (1993)

Hey, Hey Fever (1935)

Behind Me (2008)

Somewhere In Wrong (1925)

Somewhere in Wrong is a 1925 American film starring Stan Laurel.

Le rapport Darty (1989)

Shootin' Injuns (1925)

Shootin' Injuns is a 1925 American short silent comedy film directed by Robert F. McGowan. It was the 38th Our Gang short subject released.

The Indian Tomb: Part II, the Tiger of Bengal (1921)

The Indian Tomb: Part I, the Mission of the Yogi (1921)

Mr. and Mrs. Stockholm (1920)

Migration (2014)

Under Gottsunda (2014)

Boys Will Be Joys (1925)

Boys Will Be Joys is a 1925 American short silent comedy film directed by Robert F. McGowan. It was the 41st Our Gang short subject released.

Razbudite Lenochku (1934)

On the Border (1930)

On the Border is a 1930 all-talking drama with songs that stars Rin Tin Tin. It was adapted from a story by Lillie Hayward who also wrote the screenplay. Armida sings two songs in the picture.

Riihalan valtias (1956)

King Ubu (1973)

Das Herz muß schweigen (1944)

Fish, Football and Girls (1968)

I've Got You in my Blood (1956)

Mickey's Kangaroo (1935)

In the Town of S. (1967)

Multiple Schicksale: Vom Kampf um den eigenen Korper (2015)

Peccatori di provincia (1976)

Orochi (1925)

Orochi is a 1925 black and white Japanese silent film with benshi accompaniment directed by Buntarō Futagawa. It is the most popular and beloved film of Tsumasaburō Bandō, featuring the star at the height of his fame.

Leslie Nielsen's Bad Golf Made Easier (1993)

Bad Golf Made Easier is a 1993 53-minute video by actor Leslie Nielsen. It is a parody of golf and other golf videos and books. It demonstrates many humorous bad golf swings, and a slogan found in it is: "I don't play golf to feel bad; I play bad golf but feel good!" In the video, many people hit the dirt out from the ground, drop their golf clubs into the water, and make other mistakes.

Ein Jahr nach morgen (2012)

Prayers for Refuseniks (2004)

Veritas vincit (1919)

The Corpse Packs His Bags (1972)

Heng cai san qian wan (1987)

The Thirty Million Dollar Rush is a 1987 Hong Kong action comedy film written, produced, directed by and starring Karl Maka. The film co-stars Brigitte Lin, Paula Tsui, Eric Tsang, Lau Kar-leung, Angile Leung and Mark Cheng.

Ek Kunwari Ek Kunwara (1977)

Ek Kunwari Ek Kunwara is a 1973 Bollywood drama film directed by Prakash Mehra. The film stars Leena Chandavarkar, Rakesh Roshan, Pran, Kumkum and Rajendra Nath. Two of the songs namely, "Agar Dil Hamara Sheeshe Ke Badle Patthar Ka Hota", sung by Kishore Kumar and "Chal Diye Tum Kahan", sung by Rafi and Asha are still popular. The film had a nice story and good acting by main cast Pran, Leena, Rakesh Roshan and Kumkum, and did well at the box office.

The Conquest of the Pole (1912)

The Conquest of the Pole is a 1912 French silent film directed by and starring Georges Méliès. The film, loosely inspired by contemporary events and by Jules Verne's Voyages Extraordinaires, follows the comic misadventures of an international group of explorers on an expedition to the North Pole, where they encounter a man-eating frost giant and a dangerous magnetic needle.

The Unpardonable Sin (1916)

The Unpardonable Sin is a 1919 American silent drama/propaganda film set during World War I. The film was produced by Harry Garson, directed by Marshall Neilan, and stars Neilan's wife Blanche Sweet whose portrays dual roles in the film. The Unpardonable Sin is based on the novel of the same name by Rupert Hughes. It is not known whether the film currently survives, suggesting that it is a lost film.

The Woman Suffers (1918)

The Woman Suffers is a 1918 Australian silent film directed by Raymond Longford. It is a melodrama starring Lottie Lyell. Two-thirds of the movie still survives.

Son contento (1983)

Son contento is a 1983 Italian drama comedy film directed by Maurizio Ponzi.

Grasshopper (2006)

Grasshopper (グラスホッパー) is a 2015 Japanese revenge thriller film directed by Tomoyuki Takimoto and starring Toma Ikuta, Tadanobu Asano and Hey! Say! JUMP member, Ryosuke Yamada. It was released in Japan on November 7, 2015. It is based on the novel of the same name by Kōtarō Isaka.

Wachtmeister Studer (1939)

Constable Studer is a 1939 Swiss crime film directed by Leopold Lindtberg and starring Heinrich Gretler, Adolf Manz and Anne-Marie Blanc. The film is based on a novel by Friedrich Glauser. It was followed by a sequel Madness Rules in 1947 with Gretler reprising his role.

Sexy Warriors (2014)

Sexy Warriors is a 2014 American made for cable erotic film written and directed by Dean McKendrick.

Currito de la Cruz (1965)

Currito of the Cross is a 1965 Spanish drama film directed by Rafael Gil and starring Francisco Rabal, Arturo Fernandez and El Pireo. It is an adaptation of the novel of the same title by Alejandro Pérez Lugín.

Body & Soul: Diana & Kathy (2007)

Body & Soul: Diana & Kathy, directed by Alice Elliott, is a 2007 documentary film that focuses on the symbiotic relationship between Diana Braun, who has Down Syndrome, and Kathy Conour, who has cerebral palsy. The two activists for the rights of people with disabilities met three decades ago and vowed to fight to live independent lives together.

The Care Bears in the Land Without Feelings (1983)

The Care Bears in the Land Without Feelings is the first television special to feature the Care Bears characters. Made by Ottawa's Atkinson Film-Arts studio, it was premiered in syndication on April 22, 1983. The special features the ten original Bears, along with the Cloud-Keeper and a villain called Professor Coldheart; they would be seen again in 1984's The Care Bears Battle the Freeze Machine.

Jatra: Hyalagaad Re Tyalagaad (2006)

Jatra is a 2006 Indian Marathi-language comedy film directed and written by Kedar Shinde. It is considered one of the more popular films starring actors Bharat Jadhav and Siddarth Jadhav. The music was composed by the duo Ajay and Atul Gogavale. Jatra features the song Kombadi Palali, which at the time became a hit. Ajay and Atul later used the same tune from the song "Kombdi Palali" when composing the item song "Chikni Chameli" for the Hindi film Agneepath in 2012.

George Washington II: The Forging of a Nation (1986)

George Washington II: The Forging of a Nation is a 1986 television film, and was the sequel to the 1984 miniseries George Washington. The film chronicles the life of George Washington, the first President of the United States. George Washington II: The Forging of a Nation is based on the biography by James Thomas Flexner.