An out-of-work executive seeks comfort from his best friend (Jorge Ameer) after con men deplete his bank account.
Monday Morning (2012)
Thomas (Victor Browne) meets a woman who sees his true nature and, through a series of setbacks, he ends up among the homeless of Los Angeles.
Muammar El Qaddafi - King of Kings (2011)
The filmmaker follows the dictator's rise to power from a life as a nomad to one of the richest men in the world.
Cats in a Bag (1936)
Puddy the Pup finds a bag full of abandoned kittens on Christmas.
Every day, millions of people purchase lottery tickets hoping to hit the jackpot. In this documentary, Jeffrey Blitz tracks down five people whose tickets won them more money than they ever dreamed of, and examines how their windfalls changed their lives, for better or worse. A Vietnamese couple in a small Nebraska town who won $22 million describe their struggle to stay grounded, while another husband and wife who won $110 million see their relationships with friends and family implode.
Wild, Wild Winter (1966)
Fraternity brothers send a California beach bum (Gary Clarke) to snow sorority sisters at a ski slope.
She Couldn't Say No (1954)
Corby Lane (Jean Simmons) is an heiress with a heart as big as her bank account. In her youth, the small town of Progress, Ark., banded together to fund a crucial medical operation for Corby. As an adult, she now wants to thank them by awarding the residents an enormous anonymous check. Local doctor Robert Sellers (Robert Mitchum) tries to convince Corby that flooding the town with cash isn't the best method of gratitude. But, as they argue, he learns even he cannot withstand her charms.
Chips off the Old Block (1942)
When four kittens are mysteriously dropped on his doorstep, a tomcat suspects he is the father and works to keep his mischievous children out of trouble.
The Chump Champ (1950)
Droopy takes part in an athletic competition where his main competitor, Spike, cheats in every event.
Chain of Circumstance (1951)
A childless couple (Richard Grayson, Margaret Field) adopt a baby girl, but a crime committed by the husband's secretary could cause them to lose custody of the infant.
Dune Warriors (1990)
The army of a warlord meets the wrath of a farmer (David Carradine) on the wasteland of Earth in the year 2040.
An aspiring politician (Earl Owensby) turns executioner when his stand against corruption leads to the murder of his wife and daughter.
Challenge to White Fang (1974)
Journalist Jason Scott (Franco Nero) and a wolf-dog must prevent a villain in a northern Canadian town from stealing the gold mine that a dying prospector left to his grandson.
Red Flag: The Ultimate Game (1981)
Air Force jet pilots (Barry Bostwick, William Devane) carry their rivalry into precision war games over the Nevada desert.
The owner of a traveling carnival schemes to break apart the budding romance between the employee she loves and the young Dutch woman he just met.
The Green-Eyed Blonde (1957)
A tempestuous teenager winds up involved with two homicide charges before fate waves its tragic wand for her.
Circus Stars (1958)
Crowd-pleasing performances from renowned clown Oleg Popov, tiger trainer Margarita Nazarova, dancing bears and others highlight this profile of a Russian circus.
Inocente refuses to let her dream of becoming an artist end due to her undocumented status.
People of No Importance (1956)
An aging truck driver (Jean Gabin) prepares to leave his family after falling in love with a maid (Franoise Arnoul).
Three rap artists are lured into a nightclub populated by female vampires who want to add them to their menu.
We Remember Marilyn (1996)
Interviews and film clips show the progression of troubled Norma Jean to movie star Marilyn Monroe.
Appointment with Venus (1951)
The British government sends an army major (David Niven) and cook (Glynis Johns) to rescue a prize cow during World War II.
A sexual dysfunction affects a needy man's (Cam Cronin) new relationship with an attractive woman (Laara Sadiq).
A holiday celebration among friends goes terribly wrong.
The Beer Drinker's Guide to Fitness and Filmmaking (1987)
An autobiographical spoof shows a harried filmmaker (Fred G. Sullivan) dodging creditors, irreverent children and dirty diapers.
You Think You're the Prettiest, But You Are the S...tiest (2008)
A man with a complicated sexual problem falls in love with a girl at the park.
A 10-year-old boy in a fishing village dreams that he might one day catch "Old Moe," a giant barracuda.
Hero of Rome (1964)
After his expulsion from Rome, tyrannical Tarquinius enlists the aid of the Etruscan army to regain the city.
A couple uses two cameras to capture their feelings on board the Trans-Siberian Express.
Sharpe's Enemy (1994)
A British rifleman (Sean Bean) confronts a band of deserters holding two women hostage in 1813 Portugal.
Person Of Interest (2007)
A sheriff (Elise Rovinsky) asks a psychic to help her solve a string of murders, but the sheriff's lover (Julie Bell) thinks the man is a fake.
Masks and Memories (1934)
Julie (Lillian Roth), Bob (Weldon Heyburn) and Queenie (Queenie Smith) entice Uncle Andy out of his house for the first time in many years to attend a ball.
Hell's Labyrinth (2007)
Several people with troubled pasts awaken in a labyrinth and must survive traps and monsters.
Westward Passage (1932)
Nick Allen (Laurence Olivier) is an idealistic writer who refuses to give in to the commercial advice of his editor. His loving wife, Olivia (Ann Harding), supports his artistic integrity, but, after the birth of their daughter, she begs Nick to be practical. The resulting strain leads to divorce. Six years later, Olivia, who has since remarried, and Nick, now a successful author, cross paths on a fateful trip to Switzerland. Still in love, Nick strives to win back Olivia's heart.
The children of an old woman (Asha Bhosle) who has Alzheimer's disease shuffle her back and forth until the eldest takes over her mother's care.
White Tiger (2012)
Red Army Sgt. Ivan Naydenov (Aleksey Vertkov) becomes obsessed with destroying a Tiger tank after a battle.
A Thief in the Night (1972)
A woman (Patty Dunning) has a religious awakening after discovering that her husband and millions more have vanished overnight.
Urban Evil (2005)
Three horrific stories revolve around the walking dead, black magic and a ghost.
Miss B's Hair Salon (2007)
Neighborhood gangster Mr. Big (Tommy "Tiny" Lister) has his sexy attorney deliver an eviction notice to Miss B's place of business.
Prison Ship (1945)
Allied prisoners on a Japanese freighter attempt to overthrow their captors after realizing that their ship is being used as a decoy target for American submarines.
Naive Midwestern prep student Jonathan (Andrew McCarthy) bonds with his more worldly roommate, Skip (Rob Lowe), who takes the small-town boy under his wing. At Skip's urging, the inexperienced Jonathan is emboldened to seek out older women in the cocktail lounges of nearby Chicago, where he meets and beds the alluring Ellen (Jacqueline Bisset), who unfortunately turns out to be Skip's mother. The division between the friends is further deepened when a cheating scandal engulfs the school.
The Death Merchant (1991)
An FBI agent tries to stop a murderous psychotic who has stolen a microchip that could start World War III.
Dear Jesse (1997)
Filmmaker Tim Kirkman examines Sen. Jesse Helms' views on homosexuality and his impact on North Carolinians.
I Stand Accused (1938)
Law-school buddies (Robert Cummings, Lyle Talbot) become ex-partners, then clash over a slot-machine racket.
The Room Upstairs (1946)
A building contractor's attempts to impress a woman ruin him financially.
While boating on the ocean, friends board a stranded vessel that contains monstrous fish.
Air Police (1931)
Police pilots (Kenneth Harlan, Charles Delaney) chase smugglers and dogfight them with machine guns.
Sherlock Holmes and the Deadly Necklace (1962)
The London sleuth (Christopher Lee) and Dr. Watson (Thorley Walters) fight professor Moriarty for a jewel from Cleopatra's tomb.
An Air Force maverick (Andrew Divoff) saves a major (Elizabeth Morehead) and her cargo plane from a terrorist hijacker (Jrgen Prochnow) of Stealth fighters.
Medusa Against the Son of Hercules (1962)
Perseus (Richard Harrison) slays a fire-breathing swamp monster and revives an army turned to stone by Medusa.
Pushed to the Limit (1992)
A wrestling queen (Mimi Lesseos) turns kickboxer to avenge her brother, slain by the boss of Chinatown death bouts.
The Panama Deception (1992)
Filmmaker Barbara Trent ties the 1989 invasion to Manuel Noriega, the CIA and U.S. policy since 1903.
The Gay Senorita (1945)
Romance with a lovely senorita convinces a contractor to abandon his plans to take over a Mexican housing district.
Midnight Warning (1932)
A detective (William "Stage" Boyd) helps a young woman (Claudia Dell) caught in a hotel's cover-up of a plague.
American Empire (2012)
Filmmaker Patrea Patrick reveals the economic, ecological and political ramifications of allowing corporate power, as well as organizations such as the Federal Reserve, to continue unchecked.
Something Money Can't Buy (1953)
A British army officer (Anthony Steel) returns home after World War II and has trouble readjusting to civilian life.
The Bo$sé Empire (2012)
A man starts with nothing and works hard to become one of the richest men in the world by getting involved in every sector that has made money since the Quiet Revolution.
The Gentleman From California (1937)
A hero saves peasants from the devious tactics of tax collectors.
Gentle Annie (1944)
After robbing a train, two brothers part with an unseen collaborator and go to a saloon, where they meet Lloyd Richland (James Craig), an undercover marshal investigating the crime. The thieves befriend Lloyd and waitress Mary (Donna Reed), taking them to the family home to meet their mother, Annie (Marjorie Main). With help from Mary, Lloyd realizes that his hosts are the robbers, and he learns the identity of the third robber as the brothers shoot it out with a corrupt local lawman.
The Heavenly Body (1944)
William (William Powell) is an astronomer hot on the trail of a comet he just discovered. His wife, Vicky (Hedy Lamarr), feels neglected by the busy man, so she looks to astrology to see if she can truly be happy with her husband. But the stars say she will have a new man in her life, which suddenly looks more likely when William leaves the house, angry that his wife believes in astrology, while military officer Lloyd (James Craig) moves into the neighborhood and catches Vicky's eye.
Poverty and unemployment create a rift between lovers, Raja and Poonam. He is left to fend for his family while Poonam is torn between Raja and a well-off Vikram.
Overland Telegraph (1951)
A range rider (Tim Holt) and his Irish-Mexican sidekick (Richard Martin) guard a woman's (Gail Davis) telegraph line.
Charlotte Corday (1908)
The context and impact of the assassination of Jean-Paul Marat by the young French aristocrat, Charlotte Corday D'Armont.
The Christmas Gift (1986)
An architect (John Denver) and his daughter (Gennie James) visit a Colorado town where everyone believes in Santa Claus.
Filmmaker Ron Mann chronicles the '50s and '60s dance craze and its stars, like singer Chubby Checker.
Rivalry infiltrates a burlesque show featuring strippers (Tempest Storm, Bettie Page, Trudy Wayne) and comedians.
Desert Kickboxer (1992)
An Indian lawman (John Haymes Newton) retreats to the desert and fights border drug dealers with his martial arts.
Azucena and Narciso fall in love, but their dark pasts threaten to end their budding romance.
Sweepstake Annie (1935)
A sweepstakes winner (Marian Nixon) becomes the target of a swindler (Ivan Lebedeff).
The Gay Vagabond (1941)
A meek little man finds that people are confusing him with his sophisticated, world-traveling twin brother.
Go-Get-'Em, Haines (1936)
A journalist (William Boyd) finds intrigue while investigating a story aboard a ship.
Devil's Cargo (1948)
The Falcon comes to the rescue of a man imprisoned for murder by tracking down and exposing the real killer.
I Love Bachata (2011)
Marcos (Roberto ngel Salcedo), Tommy (Fausto Mata) and Carlitos (Raeldo Lpez) form a bachata group and have problems becoming famous.
The Slipper And The Rose (1976)
Prince Edward wants to marry for love, but the King and court of the kingdom of Euphrania are anxious for the prince to wed no matter what. When the prince meets Cinderella at a ball, he's sure she's the one, and when she loses her slipper upon exiting the dance, the prince is determined to find and marry her.
A Stranger in Town (1943)
A Supreme Court justice on a duck-hunting foray becomes involved in serious trouble with the citizens in a small town.
Mabel's New Hero (1913)
Fatty (Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle) rescues Mabel (Mabel Normand) twice.
Golden Harvest (1933)
Two power-hungry young farmers decide to let nothing stand in their way to success.
Torchy Runs for Mayor (1939)
Angry about newspaper articles by Torchy Blane (Glenda Farrell) accusing him of taking bribes in collusion with the mayor, Dr. Dolan (John Miljan) withdraws advertising revenue from her paper. Undaunted, Torchy convinces Hubert Ward (Irving Bacon), the editor of an independent paper, to publish them. When Ward, who is running as a reform mayoral candidate, is murdered, Torchy's fianc, detective Steve McBride (Barton MacLane), nominates Torchy to run for mayor, and she accepts the challenge.
Before the Revolution (1964)
A bourgeois Italian (Francesco Barilli) beds his aunt (Adriana Asti) and shuns the Communists in Parma.
Modern Girls (1986)
Clifford (Clayton Rohner) manages to score a date with beautiful party girl Kelly (Virginia Madsen) despite his lack of social skills. But, when he drives over to her place, she's a no-show. Clifford does not have long to lament this development, as Kelly's roommates (Cynthia Gibb, Daphne Zuniga) convince him to drive them through Los Angeles. Ostensibly a search for Kelly, their journey becomes transformed into a wild joyride through the city's nightlife.
Casanova Cat (1951)
Tom Cat tries to win the affections of beautiful feline heiress, but Jerry Mouse complicates matters by bringing a local alley cat into the mix.
She Freak (1967)
A waitress (Claire Brennen) joins a carnival, marries the owner and makes various employees her enemies.
The life of Maria Luisa Bombal, one of the most important women in Latin American literature.
The Block (1964)
A wealthy playboy becomes involved in the lives of two nightclub dancers who provide other forms of entertainment as well.
Get Going (1943)
A woman finds the Washington social life a bit dull, so she decides to pose as a "public enemy" to attract attention.
The Abominable Snowman (1957)
British scientist John Rollason (Peter Cushing) is studying plants in the Himalayas with his wife (Maureen Connell) while he waits for his American associate, Tom Friend (Forrest Tucker). When Friend arrives, Rollason accompanies him on a trip to find the mysterious creature Yeti, along with Friend's partner (Robert Brown) and a guide (Michael Brill) who claims he can find the beast. The group proceeds despite warnings. However, the trip quickly becomes more dangerous than they had anticipated.
Mr. Photographer (1953)
A photographer is captured by gangsters while stealing flowers for his girlfriend, and they think he is a scientist with plans for a new atomic bomb.
Blue Skies Again (1983)
The owner (Harry Hamlin) of a baseball team will not let a woman (Robyn Barto) play, until he starts to fall for her manager (Mimi Rogers).
Night Life in Reno (1931)
A man leaves his wife, she meets a fun guy, and the fun guy's wife finds out.
Exile: A Myth Unearthed (2011)
Leading historians and archaeologists rethink the Jewish exile.
The Monolith Monsters (1957)
A geologist (Grant Williams) and a schoolteacher (Lola Albright) evacuate a desert town attacked by thirsty giant crystals.
Movie Star, American Style or; LSD, I Hate You (1966)
A Hollywood big-shot (Robert Strauss) puts a suicidal sex symbol (Paula Lane) in a doctor's (Del Moore) psychedelic group, seen in color.
Gallant Lady (1942)
A country doctor offers refuge to a woman doctor convicted and jailed for participating in mercy killings.
British and Nazi agents tangle in Tangier during World War II.
The Outlaw (1943)
The life of legendary outlaw Billy the Kid, including his partnership with Doc Holliday and his clashes with lawman Pat Garrett. The film was notorious in its day because of producer/director Howard Hughes concentration on newcomer Jane Russell's cleavage, and national release in America was delayed by some years.
Adopting Terror (2012)
A man (Sean Astin) and wife (Samaire Armstrong) learn that the biological father of their adopted baby daughter will stop at nothing to get her back.
Strange Birds in Paradise: A West Papuan Story (2009)
Three friends travel to Melbourne to record outlawed Indonesian folk songs.
G.I. Honeymoon (1945)
A new wife discovers the pitfalls of having an Army husband after their attempts at romance are constantly interrupted.
The Snowman (2009)
A daughter tries to uncover a 30-year-old mystery.
The Devil Diamond (1937)
A gang of thieves tries to steal a cursed gem from a jeweler before he can cut it into smaller pieces.