MXP: Most Xtreme Primate (2004)

Two brothers (Devin Drewitz, Trevor Wright) must rescue a snowboarding chimp from kidnappers and return him to his rightful owner.

Ants in the Mouth (2005)

Ten years after he was convicted of robbing a bank in Barcelona, Spain, Martin Losada (Eduard Fernndez) is set free from prison. Haunted by his past, Losada seeks out his former partner in crime, Julia (Ariadna Gil), who ran off with the loot. His pursuit takes him to Cuba, which is on the brink of revolution. Here, he finds Julia, married to a dangerous and powerful politician who is eager to make life very difficult for Losada. The film is based on a novel by Miguel Barroso.

Prophet (1999)

Disturbing mental flashbacks lead a CIA agent to the discovery that he was once part of a secret experiment in ESP.

Firehouse (1987)

Women firefighters (Gianna Rains, Martha Peterson, Renee Raiford) save a slum from the first step in a politician's plan of urban renewal.

The Longest Penalty in the World (2005)

A backup goalkeeper (Fernando Tejero) must wait one week before trying to stop a delayed penalty kick in a soccer game.

Blood & Wine: A Brazilian Story (2006)

A Brazilian (Leonardo Vieira) and his family are forever scarred by an act of police brutality during an incident at the grand opening of their new business.

Killer Tongue (1996)

Accidentally ingesting a meteorite part causes a serpentine, man-eating tongue to grow out of a woman's (Mindy Clarke) mouth.

Don Camillo, monseigneur (1961)

The proposed building of a house on the site of an old church re-ignites the fierce rivalry between Don Camillo (Fernandel) and Peppone.

Listen (1996)

A San Francisco executive (Brooke Langton) overhears rendezvous plans on her cordless phone, then sees one of the lovers slain.

We Was Homeboyz (2012)

Ice (Pastor Troy) tries to find balance in his life while hunting down a traitor and thief with his friends.

30 Is a Dangerous Age, Cynthia (1968)

A nightclub pianist (Dudley Moore) tries to write a hit musical and marry his new neighbor (Suzy Kendall) before he turns 30.

Antarctica: Ice and Sky (2015)

The groundbreaking research of French glaciologist Claude Lorius provides evidence of man-made, global climate change in Antarctica.

Edith and Marcel (1983)

French singer Edith Piaf (Evelyne Bouix) and boxer Marcel Cerdan (Marcel Cerdan Jr.) spend the 1940s in love.

The Ideal Man (1996)

Childless at 35, a magazine editor (Marie-Lise Pilote) makes a bet with her friends to find the perfect father within three months.

The Great Chicken Wing Hunt (2013)

A ragtag team sets out to find the perfect Buffalo wing.

The Mind Benders (1963)

Following the death of a fellow scientist accused of being a communist spy, Dr. Henry Longman (Dirk Bogarde) works to prove that his colleague had been brainwashed. To do so, Longman subjects himself to experiments in a sensory deprivation tank. This starts to take a heavy toll on his mental health; in particular, it alienates him from his wife. Additionally, his scientific credibility suffers and with it the chances for discovering the truth about his colleague.

A Christmas Carol (1977)

Christmas spirits give a bitter old miser (Russell Thorndike) a chance at redemption.

Frankenstein's Monster (2014)

Victor Frankenstein leaves behind his abominable work to escape judgment and return to a peaceful life. He soon learns all secrets have their price.

Dog Sitting (2011)

A young English student in Paris takes care of dogs to make extra money and finds that man's best friend can be an unexpected burden.

Peck's Bad Boy (1934)

A nasty aunt (Dorothy Peterson) and her brat try to divide a widower (Thomas Meighan) and his mischievous son (Jackie Cooper).

ABC Nunca Más (2013)

The story of the families affected by the fire at the ABC daycare which seek to rebuild their lives while looking for justice.

Battle at Beaver Creek (2014)

In the future on the Alaskan border with the Yukon, a battle takes place that changes war forever.

A Sign From God (2000)

An independent filmmaker (Caveh Zahedi) remains optimistic despite problems related to money and his pregnant girlfriend (Laura Macias).

Saddle Legion (1951)

Two cowpunchers thwart some thieves' plot to make a cattleman's herd appear to be infected by disease.

Zabardast (2008)

A family man, Ratan, decides to commit a crime for Balram Singh, but keeps the bounty for himself. Singh sets his house on fire, and believing his family to be dead, Ratan goes on the run.

Bus Palladium (2010)

A French rock group breaks up.

Half Shot at Sunrise (1930)

MPs in Paris chase two AWOL doughboys (Bert Wheeler, Robert Woolsey) posing as officers with the colonel's daughter (Dorothy Lee).

Jeene Ki Raah (1969)

A love triangle emerges among a poet, a suave businessman and a city woman.

Lola (2001)

A middle-aged clothing designer (Sabrina Grdevich) assumes the identity of a dead prostitute in Canada.

Salaakhen (1998)

A young man takes the law into his own hands after his father, a trial witness, commits suicide.

Polvere di stelle (1974)

A troupe of entertainers in World War II Italy finds temporary work after the arrival of American servicemen.

The Elephant Man (1982)

Legendary "freak" John Merrick (Philip Anglim) has a debilitating disease that has physically transformed his features in a way that frightens and shocks any that see him. Merrick's extreme deformities leave him isolated and lonely. However, he does have a sympathetic ally, the surgeon Frederick Treves (Kevin Conway). Treves does his best to help Merrick, seeing the man inside the deformity, despite the cruel manner in which the patient is treated by society.

Musical Passage (1984)

Lazar Gosman, former musical director of the Leningrad Chamber Orchestra, discusses his emigration to the United States and his founding of the acclaimed Soviet Emigre Orchestra.

Eden of the East: Paradise Lost (2011)

Saki's high-tech crew is in the crosshairs after being accused of terrorism, while the shroud of mystery covering Takizawa lifts.

Angelina (1947)

A fiery woman unintentionally starts a movement for justice from developers.

The Pigeon That Took Rome (1962)

Tasked with transmitting reports to Allied soldiers elsewhere in Europe, spies Capt. Paul MacDougall (Charlton Heston) and Sgt. Joseph Contini (Harry Guardino) go to Italy during World War II. The men send their reports with carrier pigeons, and this efficient system allows them time to woo sisters Antonella (Elsa Martinelli) and Rosalba Massimo (Gabriella Pallotta). But when the girls' father cooks most of the birds for dinner, the Americans' airborne delivery system is jeopardized.

The Missing People (1939)

An elderly Scotland Yard detective (Will Fyffe) probes the mysterious disappearances of 27 people who had been receiving monthly checks from their wealthy families.

Savage! (1962)

An American hunter (Bill Carpenter) and his crew work to protect wild animals being illegally trapped by displaced African natives.

The Angel Maker (2009)

A woman (Luisa Katharina Davids) and her friend (Jonas Laux) investigate the legend of a mysterious creature that takes the lives of children.

Crimes Without Honor (2012)

Three women and a man discuss the reasons and effect of honor killings for acts considered embarrassing to a family.

Daniel Boone: Frontier Trail Rider (1966)

The trailblazer (Fess Parker) encounters Indians while leading a wagon train to the Kentucky valley, resulting in a servant's (Patricia Blair) injury.

Phagun (1973)

A writer who has been out of contact with his family decides to return home.

Alfred the Great (1969)

Ninth century English nobleman Alfred (David Hemmings) puts his plans to become a priest on hold, because his country has been invaded by Vikings. An innovative tactician, he earns the nickname "Alfred the Great" for his show of bravery on the battlefield -- his renown also wins him a marriage to Princess Aelhswith (Prunella Ransome). When the Vikings mount a second invasion, however, Alfred must once again make a decision between his religious yearnings and his loyalty to his people.

Pushing Hands (1991)

Having just moved from Beijing, elderly tai chi master Mr. Chu (Sihung Lung) struggles to adjust to life in New York, living with his Americanized son Alex (Ye-tong Wang). Chu immediately butts heads with his put-upon white daughter-in-law, Martha (Deb Snyder), a writer who seems to blame him for her own paralyzing inability to focus. But when Chu begins teaching tai chi at a local school, his desire to make a meaningful connection comes to fruition in the most unexpected of ways.

Legend of the Sandsquatch (2006)

A creature terrorizes a young woman searching the desert for her missing grandfather.

De Vrais Mensonges (2010)

A hairdresser forwards a passionate love letter to her mother.

Mr. District Attorney in the Carter Case (1941)

A lawyer (James Ellison) tries to keep his fiancee (Virginia Gilmore), a newspaper reporter, out of harm's way as she doggedly investigates the murder of a magazine publisher.

Mr. No Legs (1979)

A physically challenged mob enforcer uses his martial-arts skills and a specially equipped wheelchair to keep the police and his enemies at bay.

Border Law (1931)

A Texas Ranger (Buck Jones) infiltrates the gang responsible for the death of his brother.

Gangway for Tomorrow (1943)

As co-workers at a World War II-era airplane factory carpool to their job, they recall their lives prior to the war. French Lisette (Margo) escaped her Nazi-occupied homeland as a member of the underground resistance. Former prison warden Tom (James Bell) broods about a closely held family secret. Former Miss America Mary (Amelita Ward), pines for the serviceman boyfriend she left behind. Ex-lawyer Wellington (John Carradine) reminisces about his years as a hobo.

Beware of the Car! (1966)

An insurance agent steals cars in his spare time from crooks to make money for charity.

Tnt Jackson (1974)

A woman (Jeanne Bell) encounters thugs and drug dealers after traveling to Hong Kong to search for her missing brother.

Take It or Leave It (1944)

A young husband becomes a game-show participant in the hopes of winning the cash to pay his pregnant wife's doctor.

Paying Guest (1957)

After being evicted, an incompetent lawyer disguises himself to get a room, and falls in love with the landlord's daughter.

The Third Prince (1983)

Twin princes (Pavel Travnicek) fight evil while seeking a missing brother and two identical princesses (Libuse Safrnkov).

El Viaje (1977)

After the death of his mother, a man agrees to travel to Europe as a tourist guide and falls in love with the head of the agency.

Lord Byron Of Broadway (1930)

Starting and ending relationships gives a composer (Charles Kaley) ideas for songs, until he meets and marries a woman (Marion Shilling).

Faasle (1985)

A chance encounter jeopardizes two lovers' plans to get married.

London Can Take It! (1940)

The courage of Britons during the London Blitz.

Maïté (2007)

A young woman caught between adolescence and adulthood likes the dark.

Did You... Score? (2012)

Fernando, Honorio and Fonsinho meet most nights at Harmony Bar to discuss women and brag a little bit about their conquests, real and imagined.

What Comes Around (1986)

A country singer (Jerry Reed) and his brother (Bo Hopkins) get even with a manager who hid their $8 million in a Swiss bank.

Saat Hindustani (1969)

A Muslim poet named Anwar Ali, along with five other men all from different religions, join Maria, a native of Portuguese-occupied Goa, to raise nationalist sentiment in that state by hoisting Indian flags on Portuguese forts and buildings.

The Country Beyond (1936)

Two mounties, with the help of a girl's dog, track down and capture a fur thief and killer.

Hot Cargo (1946)

Two war veterans step in to save a fallen comrade's family from financial ruin at the hands of rival truckers.

Duel at the Rio Grande (1963)

Errol Flynn's son plays the role of Zorro in this tale of a swordsman's battle with the tyrant who murdered his father.

Made in China (2009)

An inventor (Jackson Kuehn) travels to Shanghai to manufacture a humorous domestic-hygiene product.

Erroll Garner: No One Can Hear You Read (2013)

Filmmaker Atticus Brady traces pianist Erroll Garner's childhood in Pittsburgh, his rise in popularity and some of his famous musical works.

Gangs (2009)

In the middle of a popular market it is discovered that a drug ring that sells high-powered weapons is in operation.

Night Wind (1948)

A boy (Gary Gray) tries to protect his dog, a German shepherd that served with U.S. Army forces, after it begins attacking strangers several years after the war.

Edward Hopper and the Blank Canvas (2012)

Filmmaker Jean-Pierre Devillers examines the work of realist painter Edward Hopper.

The Wolberg Family (2009)

The mayor (Franois Damiens) of a small French town tries to keep his family (Valrie Benguigui, Valentin Vigourt) from falling apart.

The Secret Adventures Of Tom Thumb (1993)

A wee fellow roams a dark underworld of bugs and industrial grunge.

The Incubus (2010)

A small town undergoes dark changes when new people move in.

Hardihood (2001)

Filmmaker Nicole Hahn follows 10 female mountain bikers as they compete over the course of two years.

Darwin (2011)

Residents of an isolated community in Death Valley, Calif., coexist in a place without a government, a church, jobs or children.

Dustbin Baby (2008)

Abandoned as a baby, a teenager embarks on a quest to discover her roots.

Route of the Moon (2012)

Tito, an introvert with albinism, travels from Panama to Costa Rica to pick up his estranged father, Cesar. Tito needs to get back to compete in a bowling tournament, but Cesar forces him to drive back in an old car.

Banjaran (1991)

A 50-year-old mystery comes to light when two strangers, haunted by images of each other, meet for the first time.

Nostradamus Says So! (1953)

Prophecies of the 16th-century seer juxtapose with 20th-century events, including Elizabeth II's ascension to the throne and the outbreak of the Korean War.

Dragon Lee vs. the Five Brothers (1981)

A kung fu expert (Dragon Lee) must stop a quintet of martial artists from overthrowing the Ching government.

Machoman (1980)

A martial arts expert finds honor and success with an unusual fighting style.

Deadend of Besiegers (1992)

A martial-arts expert helps Chinese villagers thwart pirates' theft of their town's priceless pearl.

Driftin' River (1946)

The cavalry asks cowboy Eddie Dean (Eddie Dean) to inspect 300 horses they're looking to purchase from J.C. Morgan (Shirley Patterson), to assist the Army in battling outlaw attacks on railroad construction workers. Eddie and friend Soapy (Roscoe Ates) visit J.C.'s ranch, unaware that the attacks are being conducted by outlaw Marino (Dennis Moore), who owns the town saloon. Fearing the rail expansion will end his stage business, Marino attacks J.C.'s horses, and she turns to Eddie for help.

Nine Days of One Year (1961)

Dmitry and Ilya explore new fields of nuclear physics and compete as rivals in love.

Superman - The Last Son of Krypton (1996)

The Man of Steel pursues terrorists who stole a suit of arms produced by Lex Luthor.

All Dressed Up and No Place to Go (1996)

Heterosexual men who like to dress in women's clothes take viewers on a frank journey into their oft-hidden world.

The Bowery (1933)

In turn-of-the century New York City, Bowery bar owner Chuck (Wallace Beery) and thrill-seeker Steve (George Raft) enjoy finding new ways to insult, prank and outdo one another, their antics typically revolving around some kind of wager. But when both toughs lay eyes on the lovely but luckless Lucy (Fay Wray), their game of one-upmanship turns more serious. Chuck dares Steve to make a death-defying leap from the Brooklyn Bridge, with the former's bar and the latter's life on the line.

Macross Plus (1995)

An extroverted jet fighter gets an assignment as a test pilot in a secret project.

36 Hours to Kill (1936)

A G-man (Brian Donlevy) tracks a criminal (Douglas Fowley) on the lam who won a prize in a sweepstakes.

French Leave (1948)

A pair of sailors becomes tangled up in black-market activities.

Mutiny in the South Seas (1965)

Three men fight to protect their idyllic tropical paradise from the threat of invading buccaneers.

Torpedo Boat (1942)

The brave crews of the small but deadly PT boats embark on perilous wartime adventures.

Apocalypse 2012: The World After Time Ends (2011)

Filmmaker Bruce Weaver investigates spiritual and mythic rituals to correct the Earth's course.

Sam's Son (1984)

A 1950s father (Eli Wallach) stands by his son (Timothy Patrick Murphy), a javelin thrower with uncommonly long hair.

Colossus and the Amazon Queen (1960)

Wealthy tradesmen hire two Trojan War veterans to guard the cargo of a ship headed to a secret destination.

Monsters of the Deep (1931)

An international crew of sailors encounters fearsome creatures of the sea, including whales, sharks, stingrays, and one whopper of a devilfish.

The Fortyniners (1954)

A U.S. marshal (Wild Bill Elliott) roams gold camps as a gunman to find a gambler (Henry Morgan) who knows more about a federal case.

Drop Dead Rock (1996)

Upstart rockers seeking a producer kidnap an aging, loutish, heavy-metal icon (Ian Maynard), but his wife and manager (Adam Ant) don't want him back.