Born to Win (1971)

J. (George Segal) used to be a hairdresser, but now he's found a new profession: heroin junkie. On the mean streets of New York City, he scrounges for his next fix -- mooching from his best friend, Billy Dynamite (Jay Fletcher), and doing odd jobs for a drug dealer known as The Geek. But J. soon finds it more lucrative to work as an informer to the police. Meanwhile, he begins a tenuous romance with Parm (Karen Black), a woman he met while trying to steal her car.

Boot Hill (1969)

A scruffy gunfighter (Terence Hill) and his king-size sidekick (Bud Spencer) take on bad guys in the Old West.

Black God, White Devil (1964)

The adventures of hired gunman Antonio das Mortes.

Sangdil Sanam (1994)

Falsely accused of robbery and sent to prison for 12 years, a bank manager realizes upon his return that a person whom he trusted had betrayed him.

Street Knight (1993)

Gang violence sparked by a professional killer (Christopher Neame) brings a former Los Angeles policeman (Jeff Speakman) back to the job.

Silent Night, Deadly Night 5: The Toy Maker (1991)

A boy knows what a shopkeeper (Mickey Rooney) has in store, but he is too frightened to scream about it.

Spontaneous Combustion (1990)

The son of parents who were tested with an anti-radiation vaccine develops the ability to incinerate others.

Alphabet City (1984)

Although Johnny (Vincent Spano) has yet to hit his 20s, he has already made quite a name for himself as a mob-employed New York City drug pusher. Johnny and his pal Lippy (Michael Winslow) are ordered by their boss to pull off an arson job, but the upstart dealer gets second thoughts when he realizes that the building he's been told to burn down is that of his own mother and sister. He then tries to stop the crime and save his family, incurring the wrath of the mob in the process.

The Awakening (1980)

When a British archaeologist (Charlton Heston) violates an Egyptian queen's tomb, her evil spirit enters his daughter (Stephanie Zimbalist).

Bruce Lee Fights Back from the Grave (1976)

The image of a kung-fu fighter (Bruce K. Lea) meets a black angel of death.

All This and World War II (1976)

Peter Gabriel is among the stars performing music of Lennon and McCartney against a montage of World War II film clips.

Ashanti (1979)

A World Health Organization doctor (Michael Caine) searches the Mideast for his wife (Beverly Johnson) and the slave trader (Peter Ustinov) who took her.

Adventures of a Taxi Driver (1976)

Jewel thieves commandeer a British cab and its driver (Barry Evans), who has an eye for women.

The Appointment (1969)

A brilliant attorney steals his law partner's fiancee, but the couple's love affair eventually leads to ruin.

Ace High (1968)

Bounty hunters (Terence Hill, Brock Peters) chase an outlaw (Eli Wallach) who beat them to a reward offered for a bank robber.

The Astro-Zombies (1968)

Foreign interests and a federal agent (Wendell Corey) seek a mad doctor (John Carradine) who makes mutilator zombies in his basement.

Burnout (1978)

An inside look at the winners and losers -- both on and off the track -- in the fast and dangerous sport of drag racing.

Blind Witness (1989)

A blind woman (Victoria Principal) sets out to catch her husband's (Stephen Macht) killers after the police arrest the wrong men.

The Blue Bird (1940)

A naughty little girl (Shirley Temple) dreams she and her brother are sent by a fairy to find the bluebird of happiness.

Bhavnao Ko Samjho (2010)

A man is disowned by his father before his death and bribes a marriage agent to find a groom to marry his cousin to recover his father's inheritance.

Bloodfist 2050 (2005)

Los Angeles, 2050. The entire city has descended into anarchy, with criminal gangs battling one another for control. When Alex Danko, a skilled street fighter, learns his brother has been murdered, he sets out on a path to revenge. It is a path that leads him to a place where only the most brutal and ruthless fighters survive. A place simply called, "The Pit."

Beneath Still Waters (2005)

After decades of silence, malevolent spirits resurface to terrorize townspeople.

Battle Royale II: Requiem (2003)

Teenagers are shackled together in pairs and sent on a violent mission to kill a terrorist leader (Tatsuya Fujiwara) and his followers.

Bartleby (1970)

This unconventional British film, based on the renowned novella by Herman Melville, follows the employment of the eccentric title character (John McEnery). Working in an accounting office, Bartleby is withdrawn and calm, but, one day, when his boss (Paul Scofield) asks him to complete a task, he flatly refuses to do it. Soon the disconnected Bartleby becomes increasingly noncompliant, perplexing his unusually patient employer and leading to increasingly odd circumstances.

Bloodmoon (1997)

An expert on serial killers comes out of retirement to find the masked murderer of several star athletes.

Brilliant Lies (1996)

After being fired, Susy Connor (Gia Carides) files a complaint alleging that her boss, Gary Fitzgerald (Anthony LaPaglia), groped her after hours at the office. When they're brought in to mediate, conciliator Marion Lee (Catherine Wilkin) discovers that both sides' stories are inconsistent. Susy's sister, Katie (Zoe Carides), testifies on her behalf that their father (Ray Barrett) molested them both. Meanwhile, Gary's friend, Vince (Neil Melville), suspects Gary's denials are untrue.

Slaves Of New York (1989)

A hat designer (Bernadette Peters) and her painter boyfriend (Adam Coleman Howard) play the art game.

Sorority House Massacre (1986)

Hospitalized Beth (Angela O'Neill) faces another massacre in the same house where her family was slain.

Surf Nazis Must Die (1987)

An angry mother (Bobbie Bresee) hunts neo-Nazi surfers for killing her son in a California of the near future.

Space Mutiny (1988)

A space hero (Reb Brown) puts down mutineers (John Phillip Law, James Ryan) on a huge ship taking earthlings to a far planet.

Savage Dawn (1985)

A war hero (Lance Henriksen) visits his weapons-expert buddy (George Kennedy) in a Western town at the mercy of a motorcycle gang.

Stitches (2012)

A clown is killed in a party mishap and he comes back from the dead seeking revenge on the people responsible.

The Secret Diary Of Sigmund Freud (1984)

This fictional biography of Sigmund Freud (Bud Cort) features the pioneering Austrian psychoanalyst's days as a young man. Squeamish at the sight of blood, Freud opts out of medical school, and eventually develops his theories of psychoanalysis, even finding an "ultimate patient" to test his innovative ideas on. Later, Freud develops a relationship with nurse Martha Bernays (Carol Kane), who is not shy about her feelings for the renowned thinker.

Silver City (1984)

Nina (Gosia Dobrowolska) is a Polish immigrant arriving in Australia after World War II. No sooner has her boat hit Sydney harbor than she's sent to a refugee camp in a "silver city" of endless tin barracks. As a huge community of Eastern Europeans live in internment, waiting for release, old traditions begin to slip away. Nina falls for Julian (Ivar Kants), the unhappy husband of Anna (Anna Jemison). All must decide what they want to make of their new lives in a new land.

Soup for One (1982)

In this quirky comedy, New York City television producer Allan (Saul Rubinek), who works at a no-frills local cable channel, sets out to find his dream woman. Allan is so determined that he even has an artist's sketch created from his ideal description. On his quest for love, he endures a series of ridiculously bad dates before spotting Maria (Marcia Strassman), the lovely lady he believes is perfect for him. But can Allan find a way to make Maria fall for him?

Sadma (1983)

One night, Sadma is in a car accident, which leaves her with amnesia. She runs away from the hospital but ends up in a brothel, where she meets a friendly schoolteacher.

Silence of the North (1981)

A trapper's (Tom Skerritt) bride (Ellen Burstyn) joins him and starts a family in the harsh wilderness of early 1900s Canada.

Soldier of Orange (1977)

A Dutch aristocrat (Rutger Hauer) and his university friends resist the Nazis in Holland.

The Sea Gypsies (1978)

A widower (Robert Logan), his daughters, a newswoman (Mikki Jamison-Olsen) and an orphan stowaway are stranded in Alaska.

Syndicate Sadists (1975)

After his friend is murdered, a biker ignites a war between two mob families.

Staircase (1969)

Although Charles (Rex Harrison) and Harry (Richard Burton) have been a couple for years, tension threatens their already dysfunctional relationship. The two hairdressers are excessively devoted to their mothers but increasingly snippy toward one another. Verbal barbs shoot in all directions without any sort of cease-fire in sight. The fact that Charles might be in trouble with the law for cross-dressing at a nightclub doesn't help matters much, either.

The Seven Minutes (1971)

A lawyer (Wayne Maunder) defends a bookstore owner for selling pornography that a district attorney (Philip Carey) claims prompted a rape.

Shalako (1968)

While guiding a hunting party of clueless European aristocrats, cowboy Bosky Fulton (Stephen Boyd) leads them into hostile Apache territory. Becoming separated from the group, Countess Irina Lazaar (Brigitte Bardot) experiences the first run-in with an Apache, which results in the tracker Shalako (Sean Connery) coming to her rescue. Despite Shalako's warning to leave the area immediately, the pampered foreigners fail to take him seriously, leaving them in grave danger.

Do You Know This Voice? (1964)

An elderly woman (Isa Miranda) helps trap a kidnapper (Dan Duryea) she has seen make a phone call for ransom.

Michael Bolton Live At The Royal Albert Hall (2010)

Join Michael Bolton for an unforgettable concert at London's famous Royal Albert Hall as he delivers hit after hit in his trademark soulful style in front of a packed audience. With his inimitable voice, charismatic stage presence and superb songwriting Michael Bolton holds the audience in the palm of his hand as he performs classics such as "How Am I Supposed To Live Without You?", "Time, Love And Tenderness", "Can I Touch You There" and "How Can We Be Lovers" alongside his unique interpretations of "Fly Me To The Moon", "Summertime", "That's Life" and "(Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay" plus his own rendition of "Murder My Heart", the hit he co-wrote with Lady Gaga. Simply a wonderful night.

The Odd Couple (1979)

Two bickering martial-arts masters and their respective students band together to fight a deadly foe.

Cole Younger & The Black Train (2012)

Cole Younger has an experience with a black train as a teenager and again as an adult, then he helps form the most-notorious outlaw band of the Old West.

Cole Younger, Gunfighter (1958)

In the days after the Civil War, Kit Caswell (James Best) rebels against an increasingly corrupt police force in Texas. After escaping from police custody, Kit happens upon Cole Younger (Frank Lovejoy), a killer who explains the circumstances behind his actions. The outcasts strike up a friendship and return to town to see Kit's girlfriend. Once back, Kit discovers his father has been killed. Attempting to find those responsible, he's forced to flee after he's accused of murder.

I Married An Angel (1942)

Anna Zador (Jeanette MacDonald) has been in love with Count Willie Palaffi (Nelson Eddy) for six years, but he has never shown an interest in her, for she is just a lowly secretary at his bank. Willie believes the only woman good enough for him would be an angel descended from heaven. So, when an actual angel shows up, Willie thinks he has found his match. However, in a case of "be careful what you wish for," he learns that having an angel for a wife is more troublesome than he'd imagined.

Little Shaolin Monks (2007)

This acclaimed documentary follows the lives of a group of "Little Warrior Monks" who live in the famous Shaolin Temple and practice the highest form of martial arts known to man. The kids range in age from 6 to 12 years and lead lives isolated from the rest of the world. Each day their discipline includes rigorous training, dedicated prayer and a vegetarian lifestyle. Other children their age admire these legendary "Shaolin Monks." This film also follows the plight of one particular "Little Monk" whose dream is to venture out of the Temple to go to Tiananmen Square to see the statue of Chairman Mao.

All That Remains (2011)

Four strangers take to the road on opposite sides the Pacific Ocean, each at a transformative moment in their lives. When they meet by chance, their understanding of family, friendship, and love change them forever.

The Girl in the Red Velvet Swing (1955)

Notorious playboy and architect Stanford White (Ray Milland), smitten by teenage cabaret performer Evelyn Nesbit (Joan Collins), seduces her. A hot commodity, Evelyn is then wooed by and later married to Harry Thaw (Farley Granger), a jealous railroad baron. When Evelyn's prior involvement with White is brought to the surface, Thaw snaps and seeks out the architect, shooting him in front of several witnesses. In the wake of the murder, Thaw's lawyers have their work cut out for them.

Colony (2009)

Beekeepers across the United States cope with colony collapses that have killed millions of bees.

Between the Tides (1958)

In December of 2006, researchers from Jadavpur University in Calcutta reported that the first inhabited island has been submerged as a result of rising sea levels and global warming. 10,000 people once inhabited the island of Lohachara in the Bay of Bengal. They have recently become landless refugees. Reports indicate that residents have fled to the larger island of Sagar, which is also eroding into the Ganges estuary. Researchers at Jadavpur said that at least 70,000 people in the Sundarban atoll will become eco-refugees within several years. In today's economically connected world, it is imperative to understand how the swiftly changing world is shaping the way in which we live and interact. By presenting the case study of the Sundarbans in a format easily accessible to all ages and backgrounds, the film producers are bringing to light a contemporary story in need of attention. The documentary film uses education to promote practical awareness of a potentially devastating affect of climate change. While the film is made accessible to a broader audience with an entertainment value, it will also be used to indirectly persuade policy makers to make sound decisions on climate change issues. The project also aspires to give the audience the opportunity to confront the idea of how decisions made in one corner of the globe directly affect people living in another.

Eden of the East the Movie II: Paradise Lost (2010)

The story of Eden of the East: Paradise Lost is about the two main characters of the anime series, Akira and Saki. They return to Japan and encounter the deceased Prime Minister's wife, Chigusa. Akira finds out that he is accused of being the son to the Prime Minister, so Chigusa decides to take some of Akira's hair so that she can run a DNA test to see if this rumor is true. As soon as this happens, Akira and Saki get separated from each other, but he asks Saki to help him look for his mother. She brings her dog, Annie to help guide her through the website of Eden of the East. During Saki's journey, she finds Akira's mother named Aya. Aya denies being the mother of Akira, but she did have a relationship with Iijima, the former Prime Minister. As soon as Saki learns more about Aya, Aya flees from the area. At this moment, Saki is convinced that Aya is Akira's mother after Aya tells her that Akira was abandoned as a child with five-hundred yen to take care of himself, alone. Akira meets up with the Eden staff and drive to see Chigusa. Akira is then forced by Mononobe to retire from the game, so that he can take charge of the government, but Akira declines his request so that he can gain full control the game. Akira makes contact with every phone in Japan so that their owners can change the future of Japan once and for all! After this happens, Akira decides to check his DNA results from his hair pieces Chigusa had, with Chigusa nowhere in sight. He finds out that he is not the son of Prime Minister, Iijima. He leaves the area, fulfilling his promise of finding Saki and reuniting with her.

Paradise Lost (1999)

A doctor struggles to stop a rain forest from being bulldozed for a tourist attraction in Central America.

Dracula Has Risen From The Grave (1968)

The vampire count (Christopher Lee) bites a tavern waitress and a monsignor's (Rupert Davies) niece (Veronica Carlson), then falls on something sharp.

Meet Me In Las Vegas (1956)

Well-heeled ranching tycoon Chuck Rodwell (Dan Dailey) is on his annual pilgrimage to Las Vegas and hopes to win big at the casinos. On his visit to the Sands Hotel, Chuck encounters a haughty ballerina, Maria Corvier (Cyd Charisse), whose mere presence appears to have reversed his run of bad luck. Believing the dancer is his good-luck charm, Chuck asks Maria to accompany him for the remainder of his trip. Sparks develop, but not before a series of comic misunderstandings.

Private Snuffy Smith (1942)

A backwoodsman wreaks havoc on the military when he is inducted into the Army.

An Evening with Kevin Smith (2002)

Acclaimed director Kevin Smith (Chasing Amy, Clerks, Dogma) discusses his films, his influences anda variety of other topics in a Q&A format at various college campuses throughout the country.

Voyagers: The First Hawaiians (2009)

Following defeat in battle a group of island people take to the sea after the chief dreams of a guiding bird in the hope of finding a new home.

The Monkey's Uncle (1965)

Merlin Jones (Tommy Kirk), the whiz kid from "The Misadventures of Merlin Jones," returns with more hijinks in this two-part movie. The first finds Merlin using a chimpanzee to perfect a sleep-training system to help the school football team with their exams. In the second part, Merlin builds a pedal-powered flying machine in a competition to win a sizable donation to the school, again aiding the football program. However, the machine doesn't work exactly as planned.

Uncle Sam Magoo (1970)

In this special, Mr. Magoo plays the role of Uncle Sam and witnesses the great moments in American History.

Los Angeles Kings: 2012 Stanley Cup Champions (2012)

The cup has finally come to LA! Experience every historic moment of the 2012 Stanley Cup Champion Los Angeles Kings.

Trapped (2012)

During an expedition in an unexplored wilderness, two zoology students encounter a strange young woman.

Badass Showdown (2013)

Ivy Reed, an elite MMA fighter manager, uses a special formula to find her champion fighters. Jimmy, her best trainer, does not see eye to eye with her methods as he works with her latest crop of athletes.

Road 2 Smoke Out (2013)

The experiences of the original garage-built chopper rally and the culture of the infamous biker magazine "The Horse Backstreet Choppers."

Border Break (2014)

College students on a road trip in Mexico are forced on a detour, which leads to a kidnapping and murder.

Sin Fronteras Without Borders (2015)

What happens to the Mexican deported once they are sent back home? The amazing achievement of Sergio Tamai, founder of Angeles Sin Fronteras, who has created one of the most efficient shelter for the deported in Mexicali.

Above Suspicion (1943)

Just before World War II, distinguished professor Richard Myles (Fred MacMurray) and his lovely bride, Frances (Joan Crawford), prepare to leave Oxford for a relaxing honeymoon in the German countryside. But when the British secret service catches wind of their plans, the couple is unwittingly inducted into the dangerous world of espionage. Richard and Frances struggle to complete their assignment: to find a mysterious and crazed Nazi scientist hell-bent on destroying the mighty British navy.

Monster High: Friday Night Frights (2012)

When Clawd and Deuce are injured, Frankie convinces her ghoulfriends to join the team and win the the Skulltimate Roller Maze Championship.

Critic's Choice (1963)

A Broadway critic (Bob Hope) shows up drunk and late on opening night to review a play written by his wife (Lucille Ball).

Bugs Bunny's Bustin' Out All Over (1980)

Bugs Bunny encounters Marvin the Martian, and Wile E. Coyote catches the Road Runner after a 30-year chase.

The Mask of Dimitrios (1944)

While on vacation in Istanbul, mystery novelist Cornelius Leyden (Peter Lorre) is given the opportunity to view the body of the recently deceased criminal mastermind Dimitrios Makropoulos (Zachary Scott). Upon seeing the body, Leyden becomes obsessed with uncovering the story behind the crime lord's rise to power. With the help of local police Colonel Haki (Kurt Katch), Leyden journeys across Europe, piecing together a sordid narrative of Makropoulos' life and uncovering long-buried secrets.

Mortified Nation (2013)

Adults participate in a stage show in which they share their most embarrassing and intimate childhood writings in front of total strangers.

City Hunter (1993)

U.S. criminals hijack a cruise ship with a gluttonous private eye (Jackie Chan) aboard who is seeking a magnate's missing daughter.

The Firefly (1937)

As Napoleon plots to take over Spain, Nina Maria Azara (Jeanette MacDonald), a beautiful singer, travels to Bayonne as an undercover spy accompanied by Don Diego (Allan Jones), a French spy she believes to be a Spanish nobleman. The two fall in love. When her attempts to relay information to the Spanish about France's plan to force King Ferdinand VII to step down are sabotaged, she realizes Diego is a spy and flees. Five years later, with France and Spain at war, the two are reunited.

The Soft Skin (1964)

While flying to Lisbon, Portugal, to give a lecture, a writer and magazine editor, Pierre Lachenay (Jean Desailly), encounters an attractive flight attendant, Nicole (Françoise Dorléac), and winds up spending the night with her. What was intended to be a one-night stand becomes a tumultuous extramarital affair once he gets back to Paris and his wife (Nelly Benedetti) and kids. Pierre tries to keep the affair secret, but, when his wife suspects him, she snaps.

Painted Skin: The Resurrection (2012)

Xiaowei searches for a freely given heart in order to become human, while Princess Jing dons a man's armor to search for her true love.

Kiri Wai: Inner Skin (2010)

Kiri Wai, Inner Skin is the story of Bruce, a young European-American who undertakes a journey to the South Pacific. He is on an identity quest that began in his adolescence when Inia Taylor (Maori tattoo artist, sculptor, and makeup artist for "Once Were Warriors") began a moko on Bruce's skin. Over the course of his quest, Bruce seeks answers to questions about the moko. In the process, he delves into Maori culture and the moko's place in other cultures. HDTV.

The Human Family Tree (2009)

Join geneticist Spencer Wells and a team from National Geographic's Genographic Project as they trace the human journey through time, from our origins in the heart of Africa to the ends of the world. The Human Family Tree answers some of humanity's most burning questions-who we are and where we come from-and forces us to change how we think not only about our relationships with our neighbors, but ourselves. Narrated by Kevin Bacon.

Tony Rome (1967)

Ex-cop-turned-private eye Tony Rome (Frank Sinatra) needs work, so when his former partner shows up with a seemingly easy job tracking down a spoiled heiress (Sue Lyon), Tony jumps on the case. He finds the woman quickly, but when her father (Simon Oakland) discovers that her jewelry has gone missing, he hires Tony to find the thieves. Tony's investigation angers the wrong people, and when his partner ends up dead, he discovers there may be more to this case than some missing jewelry.

Chasing Life (2002)

The gritty, hard pavement of a lonely highway is a path fraught with pain and desperation, but it's also a path that leads to big dreams. Annie Chase leaves everything behind to go to Los Angeles with her rock band to make her dreams come true. Unfortunately, it's destined to be a disaster when she and her boyfriend, Jake, the guitarist and self-imposed leader of the group, break down in the middle of nowhere. With no money or means to reach the other two band members, who have taken off without them, they are forced to turn back and find shelter in a seedy Motel in a nearby town in Texas. Planning to stay only long enough to get their car fixed - they find life has other plans. Annie is on a path destined for fame and fortune and in the midst of it all she finds her own sense of identity. In the end, everyone gets what they wanted all along - just not how they planned.

Graffiti Bridge (1990)

The Kid (Prince) and his rock-club rival (Morris Day) disagree about music in a sequel to the 1984 film "Purple Rain."

I Love You Mom, Please Don't Break My Heart (2011)

The true story of one boy's journey through a childhood of physical, mental, and emotional abuse. At the age of 22, and after spending 5 years in prison, John is able to forgive his parents and find the peace he needs to fulfill his dream of helping other victims of abuse.

The Best Of John Belushi (2005)

During his time at SNL, original cast member John Belushi created some of the most memorable characters in television history. One of the most brilliant comedic performers of all time, Belushi's rebellious presence and intensity changed the face of comedy forever. From classic original characters like the Blues Brothers. King Bee and Samurai Warrior to incomparable impressions of Joe Cocker, Marlon Brando, Elizabeth Taylor and more, you can experience the best of Belushi for years to come.

The Patchwork Girl of Oz (1914)

A Munchkin boy (Violet MacMillan), a patchwork girl and others search for an antidote for their petrified friends.

His Majesty, the Scarecrow of Oz (1914)

Dorothy, Scarecrow and others try to save the Emerald City from King Krewl who has taken over.

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (1910)

Travel with Dorothy and Toto across the land of Oz in L. Frank Baum's American classic. Help the Scarecrow get his brains, the Tin Woodman his heart, and the poor Cowardly Lion just a little bit of courage!

Garbage! The Revolution Starts at Home (2007)

Members of the McDonals family learn about their environmental effect by keeping all their trash for 90 days.

Trailer Park Boys (1999)

From producer Ivan Reitman comes "Trailer Park Boys: The Movie" -- a comedy full of petty thieves, alcohol and strippers. When the raunchy residents of Sunnyvale Trailer Park, Ricky, Julian and Bubbles, end up in prison, they hatch a plan to pull off the "Big Dirty."

The Last Lost Kingdom (2015)

A king who lost his kingdom. A son who lost his father. At one time or another in life, every man is aware that his time is limited. In the very midst of life we know what never will come again, what irreversibly replaces a past that cannot be recovered. Three men journey to the forbidden kingdom of Mustang in the remote Himalayas in search of roots, to reconcile loss and anticipate the rise of modernization.

Sex Ain't Love (2014)

Zeke learns about his heart without having sex.

Batman & Robin (1997)

This superhero adventure finds Batman (George Clooney) and his partner, Robin (Chris O'Donnell), attempting to the foil the sinister schemes of a deranged set of new villains, most notably the melancholy Mr. Freeze (Arnold Schwarzenegger), who wants to make Gotham into an arctic region, and the sultry Poison Ivy (Uma Thurman), a plant-loving femme fatale. As the Dynamic Duo contends with these bad guys, a third hero, Batgirl (Alicia Silverstone), joins the ranks of the city's crime-fighters.

Bolero (1984)

A 1920s English heiress (Bo Derek) seeks ecstasy with a sheik in Morocco and a bullfighter (Andrea Occhipinti) in Spain.

Fm (1978)

Los Angeles radio station QSKY tops the ratings charts by playing the best music with little advertising. When the corporate higher-ups push for more commercials, radio station manager Jeff Dugan (Michael Brandon) refuses to comply, which sends sales manager Regis Lamar (Tom Tarpey) running to the bosses. Dugan quits in defiance, but his loyal disc jockeys -- including Mother (Eileen Brennan), Eric Swan (Martin Mull) and the Prince of Darkness (Cleavon Little) -- protest with a lock-in.

Fists of Legend (2013)

Three old friends and rivals are invited to take part in a hit TV show in which past-their-prime fighters do battle for redemption and ratings gold.

Fast Forward (1985)

Dreaming of making it big, a group of high-school students from Ohio treks to New York City to become dancers. They include Matt (John Scott Clough), Michael (Don Franklin) and June (Tamara Mark), and they arrive in the big city unaware of the upcoming challenges. First, they find out that their dance routines are terribly dated. Then, they meet numerous locals who don't like out-of-towners trying to impinge on their turf. The kids prepare for a dance competition that will settle it all.

Friday The 13Th, Part 8: Jason Takes Manhattan (1989)

Mass murderer Jason Voorhees (Kane Hodder) is resurrected from the bottom of Crystal Lake. After he kills a passing boat's occupants, he stows away on a cruise ship filled with a high-school graduating class bound for New York City. Biology teacher Charles McCulloch (Peter Mark Richman) is on board with his niece, Rennie (Jensen Daggett), who has visions of Jason drowning as a child. They escape his bloody shipboard rampage, but, when Rennie and Charles reach Manhattan, Jason is close by.

F.I.S.T. (1978)

Johnny Kovak (Sylvester Stallone) works in a warehouse and grows tired of the unfair policies in place, leading him to start a riot. Though Kovak is fired, his spirit wins him the admiration of others, and he becomes a new recruit for a labor union known as the Federation of Interstate Truckers. As the union becomes more powerful, Kovak's influence grows and eventually his ambitions result in a partnership with the mob. However, as Kovak deepens his criminal ties, his life grows more dangerous.