Imôto to yobanaide (2006)

El Ceniciento (1952)

Snow White or Cinderello (Spanish:El ceniciento) is a 1952 Mexican comedy film directed by Gilberto Martínez Solares and starring Germán Valdés, Alicia Caro and Andrés Soler. It is a retelling of the Cinderella story from a male perspective.

Getting High! (2011)

Pizzicato Pussycat (1955)

Pizzicato Pussycat is a Merrie Melodies animated short released January 1, 1955. Directed by Friz Freleng and with voices by Mel Blanc, the cartoon is about a talented piano-playing mouse becoming a slave to a house cat.

The King's Tailor (1934)

Betty Boop's Life Guard (1934)

Betty Boop's Life Guard is a 1934 Fleischer Studios animated short film, starring Betty Boop.

Tangiers (1985)

Tangier is a 1982 American-Moroccan thriller film directed by Michael E. Briant and starring Ronny Cox, Billie Whitelaw and Glynis Barber. "Take the disappearance of a key British Intelligence Officer in Gibraltar, loaded with top secrets. Add a tough, down-on-his-luck ex-CIA agent with a murky past. Try a drop of blackmail. Garnish with two beautiful women. Sprinkle liberally with murder, treachery and mayhem. Stir well till it all fizzes with danger and excitement that is Tangier. The result is a thriller that will grip you down to the last explosive moment. It's the thriller of the year. It's Tangier." from the cover of the Linked Ring VHS release 1982.

La T.V. y yo (2002)

Sex Files: Alien Erotica II (2000)

Away from it All (1979)

The Final Season (1988)

Believe it or Don't (1935)

Betty Boop with Henry the Funniest Living American (1935)

Betty Boop with Henry, the Funniest Living American is a 1935 Fleischer Studios animated short film starring Betty Boop, and featuring Carl Anderson's Henry. The short was also released as Betty Boop with Henry.

Molly Moo-Cow and the Butterflies (1935)

Be Kind to 'Aminals' (1935)

Treloar and Miss Marshall, Prize Winners at the Physical Culture Show in Madison Square Garden (1904)

Augustas (2012)

Brigada Explosiva contra los ninjas (1986)

Brigada explosiva contra los ninjas (English language: Explosive Brigade Against the Ninjas) is a 1986 Argentine adventure comedy film directed by Miguel Fernández Alonso and written by Salvador Valverde Calvo. The film starred Moria Casán and Emilio Disi.

We (1969)

Visiting One's Son (1967)

Palace of Electricity (1900)

The Convert (2008)

Muallaf is a 2008 Malaysian drama film directed by Yasmin Ahmad. It tells a tale of three souls finding solace in religion. This is Yasmin Ahmad's fifth film after Rabun, Sepet, Gubra and Mukhsin.

Special Kay (2008)

Roy Chubby Brown: Jingle [email protected]!cks (1994)

Clay Diaries (2011)

Nuit de la glisse 2005 (2005)

Vagabonds (1949)

El hijo del crack (1953)

El Hijo del crack (meaning "Son of the Star") is a 1953 Argentine football drama film co-directed by Leopoldo Torre Nilsson and Leopoldo Torres Ríos and starring Armando Bo and Oscar Rovito. The film, a tale of a dwindling professional football star and his son was released on December 15, 1953 in Normandie cinema in Buenos Aires. The cast involved major professional football players of the time as Mario Boyé, Tucho Méndez and Ángel Labruna and journalists such as Fioravanti. It is the last film in which Leopoldo Torres Ríos and Leopoldo Torre Nilsson (father and son) worked together. The 77 minute film was produced by Sociedad Independiente Filmadora Argentina (SIFA).

Miami Noir: The Arthur E. Teele Story (2008)

Bar-L Ranch (1930)

The Mystery of Dante (2014)

The Mystery of Dante (Italian: Il mistero di Dante) is a 2014 Italian independent film written and directed by Louis Nero that explores The Divine Comedy though a documentary-style look at the life and philosophy of Dante Alighieri.

El testamento del virrey (1948)

Syaitan (2007)

Cameo Kirby (1930)

Cameo Kirby is a 1930 American drama film directed by Irving Cummings and written by Marion Orth. It is based on the 1909 play Cameo Kirby by Booth Tarkington and Harry Leon Wilson. The film stars J. Harold Murray, Norma Terris, Douglas Gilmore, Robert Edeson, Myrna Loy and Charles Morton. The film was released on January 12, 1930, by Fox Film Corporation.

The Little Polar Bear: A Visitor from the South Pole (2004)

A giant octopus teaches Lars and Robby about water.

Twelve Chairs (1971)

The Twelve Chairs (Russian: 12 стульев, translit. 12 stulyev) is a 1971 Soviet comedy film directed by Leonid Gaidai. It is an adaptation of the novel, The Twelve Chairs.

Kenedi Is Getting Married (2007)

Kenedi searches for a job to support his family.

Order No. 027 (1986)

A group of elite soldiers is sent on a potential suicide mission across the border to South Korea to destroy a military base.

Embrión (2010)

A young man violently kidnaps his co-worker.

Beverly Kills (2005)

Whacked-out, muscle-bound, cross-dressing actor Beverly Jackson has been rejected for a role in Pride Playhouses nude theatrical production of “Balls Out.” Furious, Beverly decides to form a diabolical cult of revenge! Meanwhile, back at the Playhouse, adorable employee Shane falls right into the arms of Ray, a lighting designer, and the two are swept into Beverly’s bizarre scheme. Featuring lots of cuties, a hot romance and a twisted drag queen, you are guaranteed loads of laughs with this riotous comedy from the twisted mind of filmmaker Damion Dietz.

Macbeth (1983)

Macbeth is informed by Three Witches that he is to become king, but that future Scottish kings will be descended from his fellow army captain, Banquo. Initially prepared to wait for Fate to take its course, Macbeth is confused when King Duncan nominates his son Malcolm as his heir. Macbeth allows himself to be directed by his ambitious wife, who realizes that regicide is the quickest way to achieve the predicted destiny. When King Duncan visits Macbeth's castle, Lady Macbeth drugs the guards of the king's bedchamber; then signals to Macbeth, who murders the king in his sleep. Soon after, MacDuff, a loyal follower of the king, comes to awaken Duncan for the return journey. Macbeth indicates the location of the king's room, and MacDuff discovers the body. The assembled lords of Scotland, including Macbeth, swear to avenge the murder and the king's two sons flee the country.

The Unbelievable Truth (1989)

The Unbelievable Truth is a 1989 comedy-drama film written and directed by Hal Hartley, starring Adrienne Shelly (in her first movie role) and Robert Burke. It was nominated for a Grand Jury Prize in 1990 at the Sundance Film Festival.

The Truth (2010)

When a couple is taken hostage in their upscale home by a volatile intruder, a simple robbery turns into something much more complicated. As deeply guarded secrets are revealed and trusts are betrayed true motives become clear. This tortured night of lies and truths threatens to expose everything.

One Man's Journey to Truth (2011)

"One Man's Journey To Truth" is a story about destruction and rebirth, discovery and truth. Denie Hiestand's journey from obscurity as a farmer and family man into the limitless life as a world-renowned energy healer did not come without tremendous sacrifice, personal loss and sorrow. The film unfolds through poignant interviews with his family and in his own words as he sits perched on the cliffs of New Zealand, majestic mountains rising up behind him. Denie talks about his despair and his discovery of a force so powerful that he could not ignore it. He followed a persistent, compelling voice that urged him to jump from security into obscurity and ultimately allowed him to fly. The words of this modern-day prophet gives hope to the lost and offers a road map to those seeking meaning in life and the strength to pursue dreams. Under a pile of debt, feeling worthless, Denie was emotional bereft. No one had taught him how to deal with his feelings or his emotions. No one taught him how to work through his problems or to know his heart. He did not know that it is acceptable for men to be fallible, to be less than perfect. He did not know that it is OK to ask for help or to reach out for love. Instead, he lashed out to everyone around him and lived an angry life. He was depressed and he pushed away the people that loved him most. One day on a trip to nowhere in the mountains of New Zealand, he discovered his gift. He discovered his own inner energy and strength. Suddenly Denie was awakened to his personal possibilities. He was alert. He began to feel happy. He was alive! He knew that he could not go back to the death that was his former life. To make the final step, he had to let go of everything. He sold his farms, paid his debts, left his wife and children, and left New Zealand in search of his true self. He went alone. This is a film that shares his journey to discovery.

Mission Accomplished: Langan in Iraq (2007)

This beautifully made motion picture looks into the life of a young woman from the Shandong province, during the late 1920's and early 1930's. This young woman is on her way to marrying a man through a prearranged circumstances. The man she is marrying is the wealthy owner of a wine distillery. Through her incredible journey, this young woman is abducted, raped, and essentially left for dead. After these unfortunate circumstances, her husband mysteriously dies. The young lady has now become the sole owner of her now deceased husband's valuable asset. However, despite her recent fortune there is an ominous dark cloud making its way towards her future.

Thunder Kids 2: Wonderful Mission (1990)

The highest spiritual symbol of the Capa Ninja Clan, the Buddha statue, resurfaces after being stolen from them years ago. Three groups set out to get the statue...let the battles begin!

Making War Horse (2009)

Making War Horse is the story of how Michael Morpurgo's children's novel became one of the most popular and acclaimed productions in the National Theatre's history.

Se7en Signs: A Traveling Film (2013)

Six filmmakers. Six countries. One journey. Innersection Films continues its pioneering adventures in collaborative filmmaking with the release of SE7EN SIGNS.

Advance to Contact (2013)

True story about a soldier, Ben Thompson who returns home from Afghanistan to find a man spying on his family. Believing he's the target of local Radicals he takes himself and his family into a world of paranoia and terror.

Heaven Help Me, I'm in Love (2005)

Butch (Mark Baranowski) and Angie (Ryli Morgan) are in love, but their relationship isn't progressing quickly enough for Angie. When Butch foolishly attempts to deceive her on account of a friend, whom she already dislikes, she decides to call it quits and dumps him. Meanwhile, screenwriter Donald (Michael Hicks), another of Butch's friends, is having his own problems in dealing with writer's block and a wife who's tired of being ignored. Struggling desperately to write the All-American comedy, Donald soon finds inspiration in Butch... A devious ex-girlfriend, a pushy drug dealer, a blind date gone awry and a nagging mother (Lynn Lowry) turns Butch's weekend, and spirits, from bad to downright pathetic. As Angie tends to her ailing mother (Brinke Stevens) and begins to accept life without him, Butch races to make amends in an effort to win back her heart before it's too late. SPECIAL EDITION movie FEATURES: - feature film - scene selections - bloopers & outtakes - Lynn Lowry interview - Mark & Ryli interview (w/ Nic Pesante) - slideshow - promotional trailer

Bordertown Gun Fighters (1943)

Bordertown Gun Fighters is a 1943 American Western film directed by Howard Bretherton and written by Norman S. Hall. The film stars Wild Bill Elliott, George "Gabby" Hayes, Anne Jeffreys, Ian Keith, Harry Woods and Edward Earle. The film was released on July 8, 1943, by Republic Pictures.

Everest in a Day (2013)

Do you need to be mad to run up and down a very big hill in just 24 hours? No, you just need to be passionate about a cause - in this case, mental health. This inspirational film follows the ups and downs of Mal Law as he knocks off a personal Everest. Everest in a Day was conceived as a training run for Mal's even bigger challenge, CoastPathRun, a 1,014 kilometer running odyssey along the length of the UK's longest trail, the South West Coast Path, that Mal will attempt with Englishman Tom Bland June 17th through July 1st, 2012.

The Visit (1964)

The Visit is a 1964 international co-production film from France, Italy, Germany, and the United States, distributed by 20th Century Fox. It was directed by Bernhard Wicki and produced by Darryl F. Zanuck and Julien Derode, with the film's stars, Ingrid Bergman and Anthony Quinn, as co-producers. The screenplay was by Ben Barzman, adapted by Maurice Valency from Friedrich Dürrenmatt's 1956 play Der Besuch der alten Dame (literally, The Visit of the Old Lady). Bergman and Quinn head a cast that includes Irina Demick, Paolo Stoppa, Hans Christian Blech, Romolo Valli, Valentina Cortese, Claude Dauphin, and Eduardo Ciannelli.

Santa's Christmas Crash (1995)

Santa Claus dozes off while making his traditional Christmas Eve delivery run and crash-lands in the African desert. As children around the world await his visit, a band of desert children replace the damaged presents and help.

John Pinette: I'm Starvin'! (2007)

John Pinette is a wonderful stand-up comedian, who was one of the true original voices on the club scene. His act is perfectly captured in the concert film “I’m Starvin.” Pinette’s onstage facial expressions are priceless, and he’s best known for his physical impressions of Ewoks and babies. He’s one of the few comedians that could get a laugh without the use of profanity, which is rare for today’s stand-up comedians. His routine is filled with personal stories that offer precision comedic timing, and audiences come away feeling that Pinette is a one of a kind entertainer.


I'm Going to Tell You a Secret is a 2005 American documentary film that follows singer-songwriter Madonna on her 2004 Re-Invention World Tour. Directed by Jonas Åkerlund, the film premiered on MTV on October 21, 2005, and was released on DVD on June 20, 2006, by Warner Bros. Records. The documentary was originally called The Re-Invented Process, referencing the tour and the Steven Klein exhibition titled X-STaTIC Pro=CeSS. It starts with imagery from the exhibition and Madonna auditioning dancers for the tour, continues with her entourage travelling through different cities and performing, the singer's introspection on her life, her marriage, her religion, and her children, and ends with Madonna's visit to Israel in the midst of protests. The documentary was inspired by Madonna's need to show her artistic side on the tour and her devotion towards the Jewish mysticism Kabbalah. Unlike her 1991 documentary Truth or Dare, which portrayed Hollywood glamour, I'm Going to Tell You a Secret clarified from its beginning that it was about the singer's personal views on life and spirituality. Like Truth or Dare, the performance scenes were shot in color, while the rest of the film was in black-and-white. Besides Madonna, her dancers and her tour entourage, Åkerlund also shot her family, her working process and her day-to-day life. Madonna and her then-husband Guy Ritchie's local pub in Mayfair, London was used for some sequences. The film features appearances from Madonna's father, stepmother and filmmaker Michael Moore. Before releasing the documentary, Madonna invited a select group of friends and co-workers to watch a rough three-hour cut of the film at a local theater in Notting Hill. The film was trimmed after negative feedback regarding excessive details about Kabbalah. For the promotion and premiere of the film, Madonna appeared at Q&A sessions with the press and also gave a speech to film students at New York's Hunter College. Critical response to I'm Going to Tell You a Secret was mixed, with reviewers complimenting the live performances and the scenes involving her children and family, but criticizing the self-indulgent and preachy nature. I'm Going to Tell You a Secret was released in a two-disc format, a CD with 14 songs from the show and a DVD with the documentary film. It received a positive response from critics but was a moderate success commercially.

Dragonquest (2009)

When an ancient warlord summons a mythological beast, a young hero must complete a series of quests to awaken the dragon that will defeat the monster.

Cry Funny Happy (2003)

Unexpected revelations and unraveling friendships mark a 30th birthday celebration.

Bigfoot (2006)

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Hitler's Victory (2002)

This documentary takes a look at what could have happened if Hitler's Nazi forces had invaded the UK in 1940 or 1941 and seized control of the island. Basing the theories on the British resistance movement that was established by the government of Winston Churchill and footage of a small army trained in guerrilla fighting tactics the film details how the British would have fought. A propaganda movie made by the Nazi's and filmed in Belgium gives an insight into how they planned to overpower the British and seize control of every aspect of the lives of the people.

Chimpanzee (2012)

Chimpanzee is a 2012 nature documentary film about a young common chimpanzee named Oscar who finds himself alone in the African forests until he is adopted by another chimpanzee who takes him in and raises him like his own child. The U.S. release of the film is narrated by Tim Allen. The film was released by Disneynature and directed by Alastair Fothergill and Mark Linfield. It is the sixth film produced by the Disneynature label, following Earth, The Crimson Wing: Mystery of the Flamingos, Oceans, Wings of Life, and African Cats. It was released in theaters on April 20, 2012, just before Earth Day, April 22.

Castaway (1986)

Oliver Reed stars as a publisher who places a newspaper advert for a young girl to join him for a one year survival adventure in a long forgotten paradise island off the Australian coast. Amanda Donohoe debuts as the girl who must cope with the arduous conditions and her partner's laziness.

A Christmas Carol (2012)

On the anniversary of his business partner's death, miserly Ebenezer Scrooge receives a life-changing visit from three Christmas ghosts.

Carry on Emmannuelle (1978)

Carry On Emmannuelle is the 30th in the series of Carry On films to be made, and was released in 1978. This was the last Carry On film to be made until Carry On Columbus in 1992. The film was to be the final Carry On for many regulars, including Kenneth Williams (in his 26th Carry On), Kenneth Connor (in his 17th), Joan Sims (in her 24th) and Peter Butterworth (in his 16th). Jack Douglas and Jim Dale are the only regulars from the original run of Carry On films to bridge the gap to Carry On Columbus. Beryl Reid and Suzanne Danielle make their only appearances in the series here. The film featured a change in style, becoming more openly sexual. This was highlighted by the implied behaviour of Suzanne Danielle, though she does not bare any more flesh than any other Carry On female lead. These changes brought the film closer to the then popular series of X-rated Confessions... comedies, or indeed the official Emmanuelle films it parodies. This, and the previous Carry On England, were the only films in the series to be certified AA by the then British Board of Film Censors. This restricted audiences to those aged fourteen and over.

The Brooke Ellison Story (2004)

Paralyzed from the neck down by a devastating car accident, eleven-year-old Brooke Ellison and her family fight against all odds to help her live her dreams-including graduating with honors from Harvard University. A testament to the courage and determination of an unforgettable young girl and the family that stood by her, THE BROOKE ELLISON STORY is a deeply inspiring, often astonishing account of the triumph of the human spirit.

Beach Balls (1988)

A California beach boy (Philip Paley) and his sister like a beach girl (Heidi Helmer) and her lifeguard brother.

Bob the Builder: Adventures by the Sea (2012)

Join the team at the beach and home in five exciting episodes. When Bob fixes the light at the lighthouse, Scoop gets distracted by the sea and learns a lesson about listening. Next, Bob and friends build a beach cafe. Scratch learns how to be 'cool' from Brad Rad. Later, a fun day at the beach turns dangerous when Muck makes a mistake. Back at the yard, new garages for the machines bring them closer together as a team. The yard remodel is completed with a new machine wash. Scrambler learns what it means to be brave.

Blue Ridge Fall (1999)

While a teenager (Peter Facinelli) is trying to decide his future, his violent father is murdered by one of his friends.

Blueberry Hill (1988)

Blueberry Hill is a 1988 American coming of age dramatic film starring Jennifer Rubin and directed by Strathford Hamilton.

Barquero (1970)

Barquero is a 1970 western film directed by Gordon Douglas. After stealing a shipment of silver and weapons, the brutal and unstable Remy (Warren Oates) and his band of mercenaries must cross the river in order to flee into Mexico. The boatman of a small settlement, Travis (Lee Van Cleef), refuses to transport the gang on his barge, knowing that to do so would be suicide. Travis and his woman Nola (Marie Gomez) transport the settlement's inhabitants and a group of passing settlers to the river's far side. A tense standoff develops between the gang and the inhabitants and settlers who are on opposite sides of the river which explodes into a violent and bloody climax.

Blink Of An Eye (1992)

Terrorists seeking weapons-grade plutonium face a U.S. agent (Michael Paré) trained as a deadly psychic warrior.

Bob the Builder: Digging for Treasure (2005)

Bob and his buddy scoop build things. They build big things. This time Bob and Scoop are digging a ditch and the find dinosaur bones. Bob just found a treasure, and he must give it to the local museum so it is safe. But not so fast, says Spud. Spud is trying to stop Bob the Builder and Scoop from delivering all the treasure pieces. Spud made a museum of his own out of the dinosaur bones. But not to worry, Bob the Builder and Scoop save the treasure by alerting Scrubby the detective of the misdeeds of Spud.

Barney: Egg-Cellent Adventures (2010)

Join Barney and the rest of his friends, including Baby Bop, as they celebrate Easter. They hide eggs and learn about ways that other countries celebrate the holiday. One very special guest is Mother Goose. While on their adventures, Barney and his friends also meet a rabbit and baby chicks.

Spontaneous Combustion (1990)

Spontaneous Combustion is a 1990 American science fiction horror film, directed by Tobe Hooper. It was written by Tobe Hooper and Howard Goldberg, based on a story by Hooper, and is a co-production between Henry Bushkin, Sanford Hampton, Jerrold W. Lambert, Jim Rogers and Arthur M. Sarkissian. It was nominated for best film in the 1991 Fantasporto International Fantasy Film Awards.

Sorority House Massacre (1986)

Sorority House Massacre is a 1986 American slasher film directed by Carol Frank. The plot follows a potential sorority pledge who experiences deja vu regarding the sorority house she's visiting, followed by a murderer who begins killing the sorority residents over Memorial Day weekend. The film is in the same realm as the Slumber Party Massacre series, and was marketed as part of the "Massacre Collection". It is often criticized for being "too similar" to Halloween.

Star Trek III: The Search for Spock (1984)

Admiral Kirk's defeat of Khan and the creation of the Genesis planet are empty victories. Spock is dead and McCoy is inexplicably being driven insane. Then a surprise visit from Sarek, Spock's father, provides a startling revelation: McCoy is harboring Spock's living essence. With one friend alive and one not, but both in pain, Kirk attempts to help his friends by stealing the U.S.S. EnterpriseTM and defying Starfleet's Genesis planet quarantine. But the Klingons have also learned of Genesis and race to meet Kirk in a deadly rendezvous.

Silver City (1984)

Silver City is a 1984 Australian film about post-war Polish immigration to Australia, following World War II. "Silver City" is the nickname of the immigration hostel in Australia. David Stratton calls it one of the best Australian films of the 1980s and thought that it should have made Gosia Dobrowolska a major star.

The Sea Gypsies (1978)

The Sea Gypsies, also known as Shipwreck, is a 1978 family movie directed by Stewart Raffill and starring Robert Logan and Mikki Jamison. The film's tagline is It began as a dream... and became an adventure of a lifetime.

Another Woman (1988)

A 50-year-old professor of philosophy deludes herself into thinking she's got a very good life. Suddenly, through some strange, almost magical events, it all becomes unraveled.

The Apocalypse (1997)

Double-crossing members of a deep-space salvage team send a fuel-laden freighter on a collision course with Earth.

Ambulance Girl (2005)

Ambulance Girl is a 2005 made-for-television movie. It premiered in the United States on September 12, 2005 on the Lifetime network. The film stars Kathy Bates and Robin Thomas.

Across The Moon (1995)

The girlfriends (Elizabeth Pea, Christina Applegate) of two jailed crooks head south toward the Mojave Desert to pay them a visit.

Airspeed (1998)

Airspeed is a 1998 Canadian disaster thriller film from Lions Gate Entertainment & Melenny Productions. In the film, the passengers and crew of a private jet are incapacitated by an explosive decompression, except for the teenage daughter of the owner of the private jet. Their survival depends on her.

Afghan Knights (2007)

Afghan Knights is a 2007 war film/horror film based on an original story by Christine Stringer. The film shows an ex-Navy SEAL called Pepper (Steven Bacic) who suffers with a bad conscience because he has left a comrade behind in Afghanistan and eventually decides to go back in order to try to rescue the man after all. He assembles a bunch of soldiers and goes for it. In the course of action they come across a mysterious cave system and are confronted by hostile ghosts. This turns the war movie into a horror film.

Allan Quatermain And The Temple Of Skulls (2008)

Filmed on location in South Africa, a retelling of H. Rider Haggard's classic novel "King Solomon's Mines," featuring the adventurer who was the inspiration for Indiana Jones.

Anwar (2007)

Anwar is a 2007 Indian romantic thriller film written and directed by Manish Jha, who is famous for his work in Matrubhoomi. The film stars Siddharth Koirala, Manisha Koirala, Rajpal Yadav and Nauheed Cyrusi.

Abominable (2006)

Abominable is a 2006 horror film, directed and written by Ryan Schifrin. The film stars Matt McCoy, Jeffrey Combs, Lance Henriksen, Rex Linn, Dee Wallace, Phil Morris, Paul Gleason and Haley Joel. Despite the title, the antagonist of the film is the cryptid Bigfoot. The film premiered on April 10, 2006 in New York City. The music is scored by Lalo Schifrin.

Aquanoids (2003)

Aquanoids is a 2003 horror film directed by Reinhart "Ray" Peschke.

Armaan (2003)

Armaan is an Indian Hindi drama film starring Amitabh Bachchan, Anil Kapoor, Preity Zinta, Gracy Singh, and Randhir Kapoor. The film was screened at the Cannes Film Festival. This is the first time Preity Zinta played a negative role for which she received a Filmfare nomination for Best Villain. The film marked the first time Amitabh Bachchan and Anil Kapoor appeared together on screen. 21 years earlier they both appeared in Shakti but did not share any scenes together.

Acacia (2003)

Acacia is a 2003 South Korean horror film, directed by Park Ki-hyung and starring Shim Hye-jin and Kim Jin-geun. A re-release in 2011 changed the title to 'Root of Evil'.

American Shaolin (1992)

American Shaolin is a 1992 martial arts film, starring (among others) Reese Madigan, Kim Chan and Daniel Dae Kim. It was directed by Lucas Lowe.

Apartment Zero (1989)

Apartment Zero, also known as Conviviendo con la muerte, is a 1989 British-Argentine political thriller film co-written and directed by Argentine-born screenwriter Martin Donovan and starring Hart Bochner and Colin Firth. It was produced in 1988 and premiered at film festivals throughout the next year. The story centers in a rundown area of Buenos Aires at the dawn of the 1980s, where Adrian LeDuc becomes friends with Jack Carney, an American tourist. Gradually Adrian begins to suspect that the outwardly likeable Jack is responsible for a series of political assassinations that are rocking the city.

Bad Kids Go To Hell (2012)

Bad Kids Go to Hell is a 2012 dark comedy thriller film directed by Matthew Spradlin, who co-wrote it with Barry Wernick. Based on Spradlin and Wernick's best-selling graphic novel of the same name, the film stars Amanda Alch, Marc Donato, Augie Duke, Roger Edwards, Ali Faulkner, and Cameron Deane Stewart as six prep school students, who serve detention in a seemingly haunted school library. It had a limited theatrical release on October 27, 2012. On December 7, 2012, it was released nationwide. The film was also screened at various public destinations across the U.S.

Bellflower (2011)

Bellflower is a 2011 American film written and directed by Evan Glodell. It was produced on a shoestring budget in Ventura, California, and premiered in January 2011 at the Sundance Film Festival. The film was nominated for the Independent Spirit John Cassavetes Award for best feature film made for under $500,000.

Body Parts (1991)

Body Parts is a 1991 horror thriller film directed by Eric Red and released by Paramount Pictures. The film stars Jeff Fahey, Kim Delaney, Brad Dourif and Zakes Mokae.

The Bride (1985)

Rock star Sting plays the mad scientist and Jennifer Beals lends her dynamic presence as his supreme creation, THE BRIDE. This spectacular movie follows Frankenstein's creations as they look for their place in the world-- the gorgeous Eva (Beals) by declaring her sexual independence, and her grotesque mate Viktor (Clancy Brown) by learning self-worth from a compassionate circus dwarf (David Rappaport). Can Sting survive when the monster returns to claim his intended? Alive with brilliant photography and lavish costumes, THE BRIDE invites you to a wedding night you'll never forget!

Barricade (1950)

Barricade is a 1950 American Technicolor Western film directed by Peter Godfrey and written by William Sackheim. The film stars Dane Clark, Raymond Massey, Ruth Roman, Robert Douglas, Morgan Farley and Walter Coy. The film was released by Warner Bros. on March 18, 1950.

The Body (2001)

The Body is a 2001 political thriller drama film based on a novel by Richard Sapir, and starring Antonio Banderas and Olivia Williams. The movie follows Father Matt Gutierrez (Banderas), a Jesuit priest sent by the Vatican to investigate an archaeologic finding by Dr. Sharon Galban (Williams) which is suspected to be the remains of the body of Jesus Christ. This finding puts Gutierrez' faith and his doubts in constant confrontation with Galban's scientific views. Also, the finding stirs the political problems between Palestine and Israel in the area, while also shaking the foundations of Christianity itself. Both of these problems put Dr. Galban, and Gutierrez himself, in danger.

Bait (2012)

Bait 3D is an Australian-Singaporean 3D horror disaster film directed by Kimble Rendall based on the screenplay by John Kim and Russell Mulcahy. It featured Sharni Vinson, Phoebe Tonkin, Xavier Samuel, Julian McMahon, Cariba Heine, Alex Russell, Lincoln Lewis, Alice Parkinson, and Dan Wyllie. The film was released on 20 September 2012 in Australia.

Bullet in the Head (1990)

Bullet in the Head (simplified Chinese: 喋血街头; traditional Chinese: 喋血街頭) is a 1990 Hong Kong action film written, produced, edited and directed by John Woo, who played Police Inspector, and starring Tony Leung, Jacky Cheung, Waise Lee and Simon Yam.