Robbery (1967)

Based on the infamous "Great Train Robbery," this film follows Paul Clifton (Stanley Baker) as he forms a team to carry out an ambitious heist of cash from a government mail train traveling from Scotland to London. Clifton feels it necessary to add incarcerated money expert Robinson (Frank Finlay) to the group, so he organizes a jailbreak to free him as well. Although the theft succeeds, the criminals are still hounded by Scotland Yard detective Langdon (James Booth).

Melaza (2012)

Monica and many of her town's residents are left unemployed when a sugar mill closes. She and her husband try to make ends meet for their family the best way they can by renting their small home to a local prostitute.

Black Like Me (1964)

This fact-based film chronicles the journey of a white reporter, John Finley Horton (James Whitmore), who attempts to live as a black man in the American South during the 1950s. After undergoing treatments to darken his skin, Horton ventures from town to town, experiencing hostile racism from whites whom he doesn't provoke in any way. He also interacts with blacks and finds that they simply want justice, though some are pessimistic that change will ever come peacefully.

The Death of Jaime Roldos (2013)

Filmmakers Lisandra I. Rivera and Manolo Sarmiento provide a portrait of Jaime Roldos, Ecuador's first democratically elected president, who died with his family when their plane crashed in the mountains.

Thou Shalt Not Steal (Unless it is Necessary) (2013)

Lucia, a 16-year-old punk rock fan and singer, lives with her family. When her mother is accused of attempted murder after pushing her step-father down a flight of stairs, Lucia is left in charge of her siblings.

Unexpected Guest (1947)

Hopalong Cassidy (William Boyd) and his sidekick (Rand Brooks) help a friend (Andy Clyde) claim his share of a late uncle's ranch.

The Man Who Played God (1932)

Concert pianist Montgomery Royale (George Arliss) is performing for a visiting king when a bomb goes off in an attempt on the king's life. Struck deaf as a result, his career is ruined. Feeling lost, Royale discovers he can read lips and begins eavesdropping on other people's conversations, using what he learns to help them. This new skill gives him a selfless outlook on life, and he goes so far as to call off his engagement to Grace (Bette Davis) after learning she is in love with another man.

Three Smart Saps (1942)

Three young women ask the Three Stooges to rescue their father from prison.

Mrs. O'Malley and Mr. Malone (1950)

A Montana widow (Marjorie Main) and a Chicago lawyer (James Whitmore) solve a couple of murders on a train to New York.

Bring Her on Home: The Return of the S.S. Keewatin (2013)

The S.S. Keewatin is brought to its home in Port McNicoll after 45 years in the care of a family in Michigan.

It's a Wonderful World (1956)

Two British songwriters (Terence Morgan, George Cole) buffalo critics by playing a song in reverse.

Horizontes (2015)

Documentary revisits the destiny of prima ballerina Alicia Alonso, who is in the twilight of her life.

Smith of Minnesota (1942)

University of Minnesota halfback Bruce P. Smith won the Heisman Trophy in 1941 and briefly played professional football.

The Thing That Couldn't Die (1958)

A 400-year-old disembodied head hypnotizes a female psychic, who recovered it using a dowsing rod, to search for the rest of its body.

Love from a Stranger (1937)

After her fianc, Ronald Bruce (Bruce Seton), breaks their engagement, fearing he will be financially dependent on her recent lottery winnings, stenographer Carol Howard (Ann Harding) decides to rent her apartment and go to France. Debonair Gerald Lovell (Basil Rathbone) comes to look at the apartment, and later turns up on her boat. Carol falls in love with Gerald, and the two elope. But upon returning to England, he has them move to an isolated home, and Carol begins to suspect and fear him.

Where Time Began (1977)

A 19th-century professor (Kenneth More) leads an expedition based on Jules Verne's "A Journey to the Center of the Earth."

Serial Lover (1998)

Claire (Michle Laroque) plans to choose from among three suitors at her dinner party, but accidents begin to happen.

Rockshow (1980)

Paul McCartney & Wings, on a U.S. tour, perform "Band on the Run," "Silly Love Songs," "Maybe I'm Amazed."

En qué trabaja el muchacho (2004)

Everyone wonders what a young man does, whose mother became crippled and his brother paralyzed after a tragedy.

The Goose Steps Out (1942)

A schoolteacher poses as an enemy spy in order to gather vital information concerning a new top-secret weapon.

A Matter of Time - An ALS Documentary (2017)

Musician Kathryn Calder and her mother's battle with ALS.

Apatía, Una Película de Carretera (2012)

Two friends seek relief from their suffering, one searches for a woman who abandoned him and the other seeks to abandon everything. Each of them undertake a trip separately to know what life is about.

The Inheritors (1998)

In 1930s Austria, slow-witted Severin (Lars Rudolph) recounts the tale of a murdered landowner who leaves his estate to the seven peasants who worked on his farm. Though the workers are delighted at becoming wealthy, they soon realize that co-owning a farm is an extremely difficult undertaking. Peasants Emmy (Sophie Rois) and Lukas (Simon Schwarz) try to take the lead, but they find themselves overburdened by their greedy neighbors, who want the land for themselves.

The Witness: El Testigo (2011)

In what looked like an ordinary day, Chelo witnessed a crime. Hunted by the murderers and the police, he is forced to fight for his life and the life of his girlfriend, using his martial arts skills as his only weapon.

Princess (2015)

A 12-year-old girl, who pushes role-playing games with her stepfather into dangerous territory, meets a boy who leads her on a dark journey between reality and fantasy.

Mary Kate And Ashley's: When In Rome (2002)

Twin sisters (Mary-Kate Olsen, Ashley Olsen) find adventure in Italy after an international tycoon gives them a summer job.

308 (2013)

Naya (Shandy Aulia) takes a job as a housekeeper in a five-star hotel, completely unaware that a hateful spirit lives in room 308.

In the Courtyard (2014)

Antoine quits his rock band, takes a job caring for an old building in Paris, and develops a close friendship with a recently retired woman.

The Cow (1994)

After selling their cow to get morphine for his ailing mother, a young man (Radek Holub) finds work at a quarry.

Deceitful Storm (2008)

When people stop believing in God and take matters into their own hands, dramatic twists and turns ensue, leading to a dramatic conclusion.

Day and Night (1997)

A married writer (Alain Delon) spends a reclusive time in Mexico until a sensuous young actress (Arielle Dombasle) arrives.

Drowned Out (2002)

In central India, an enormous dam project leaves villagers with scant options: relocate from the riverside to the slums, move to less hospitable land far away or remain and drown. Luharia Sonkaria, the medicine man of the village, guides viewers through the peaceful protests and lengthy court case that surrounded the fight against the government. In addition, the film looks at who benefits most from the dam, and what has happened to those displaced by decades of industrial development.

Gigolette (1935)

A down-and-out heiress goes to work in a New York speak-easy and becomes the object of a crook's affections.

Princess (2008)

A young man (Kip Pardue) falls in love with a mysterious princess (Nora Zehetner) who heals mythical creatures.

Ring 0: Birthday (2000)

A journalist tracks a young woman (Yukie Nakama) who uses her supernatural powers to kill members of an acting troupe.

Purpose (2002)

Fame, greed and power distract a billionaire (John Light) trying to save his company from a hostile takeover.

The Butler's Dilemma (1943)

The butler in a well-to-do household is simultaneously impersonated by both a young playboy and a small-time thief.

Just About Love? (2007)

French teens (Lucie Desclozeaux, Christa Thret) pledge to lose their virginity before summer.

Revenge of the Gladiators (1965)

A he-man (Roger Browne) avenges his slain family and leads a tricky revolt against Roman tyranny.

Echoes of Paradise (1988)

An Australian lawyer's (Steve Jacobs) wife (Wendy Hughes) has an affair with an exiled Balinese temple dancer (John Lone) in Thailand.

Draegerman Courage (1937)

A French Canadian (Barton MacLane) rescues his girlfriend's (Jean Muir) father (Henry O'Neill) and two other men trapped by a gold-mine cave-in.

Green Fields (1937)

Levy (Michael Goldstein), a young Talmudic scholar, decides to leave the big city to search for truth in the Russian countryside. He happens upon a farm family headed by industrious Duvid (Isidore Cashier), who is impressed with Levy's intellect and takes him in. Their jealous neighbor, Alkuneh (Max Vodnoy), wishes that the prestige of having such a learned guest would fall on his house, and so competes for Levy's allegiance, using his daughter as bait.

Kati Patang (1971)

Madhvi (Asha Parekh) is an orphan living under the roof of her uncle, but when he arranges a marriage for her, she flees to the man she truly loves (Prem Chopra), discovering his infidelity in the process. She decides to leave town with her friend Poonam (also Parekh), a widow with a young son, but when their train gets into an accident, Poonam dies, leaving Madhvi to care for the child. Madhvi assumes Poonam's identity, vowing to raise her child as the rightful heir to his family name.

My Palikari (1983)

A Greek-American cafe owner (Telly Savalas) returns to his simple Greek village with his U.S.-born son (Keith Gordon).

Lady Oscar (1979)

A girl (Catriona MacColl) raised as a boy becomes Marie Antoinette's (Christina Bohm) bodyguard and finds her childhood sweetheart (Barry Stokes).

Her Adventurous Night (1946)

A boy's (Scotty Beckett) tall tale about a gun puts his parents (Dennis O'Keefe, Helen Walker) and school principal in jail.

Slander (1957)

A scandal-sheet publisher (Steve Cochran) smears a TV performer (Van Johnson) who refuses to be blackmailed by his past.

The Housemaid (1960)

Piano composer Dong-sik (Kim Jin Kyu) and his pregnant wife (Jeung-nyeo Ju) need extra help around the house, so they hire a housemaid (Eun-shim Lee), whose precociousness soon gives way to troubling behavior. Tensions between her and Dong-sik lead to an affair, and while the pregnancy ends in a miscarriage, it also results in the maid becoming obsessed with killing the entire family, starting with their older son. Soon their comfortable home becomes a physical and psychological battleground.

The Five Star Stories (1989)

A scientist programs feelings and conscience into female androids that aid fighter pilots.

4th Floor (2003)

Three friends (Juan Jos Ballesta, Gorka Moreno) in wheelchairs welcome a new patient (Alejandro Zafra) at a children's hospital.

The Tunnel of Love (1958)

Isolde (Doris Day) and Augie Poole (Richard Widmark) have been unsuccessful at having a baby, so they hire an adoption agency to find them a child. When Estelle Novick (Gia Scala), a representative from the agency, comes to check them out, a sequence of mishaps leads to an unsavory portrait of the Pooles' family life. After an accidental drugging, Augie is led to believe he has impregnated Estelle and must try to clear everything up before he loses his wife and his chance at a family.

La dame aux camélias (1980)

A French prostitute lives a life of wealth and splendor when she solicits wealthy clientele in Paris.

Night Of Terror (2006)

A crazed killer tracks a troubled family during a relentless storm.

Hercules Against the Barbarians (1960)

The muscular hero (Mark Forest) protects a princess from Genghis Khan and his Mongol horde.

Skymaster (2006)

A newborn causes a stir when a birth defect resembles wings.

Convicted (1938)

A nightclub dancer (Rita Hayworth) and a detective (Charles Quigley) catch the gangster (Marc Lawrence) who framed her brother.

Bert and Arnie's Guide to Friendship (2013)

A sexually repressed author (Matt Oberg) begins an unlikely friendship with his adulterous wife's unabashed lover (Stephen Schneider).

The Return Of Jesse James (1950)

The James gang rides again with the addition of a dead ringer (John Ireland) for the dead Jesse James.

Spring Awakening (1994)

A 1900s Nebraskan (Jamey Sheridan) leaves his true love (Sherilyn Fenn) to work in Mississippi, where he's trapped into marrying someone else.

The Demons (2015)

Félix, a 10-year-old boy in Montreal, is afraid of everything, and when kidnappers start targeting boys, his imaginary demons merge with reality.

William and the Windmill (2013)

William Kamkwamba's life is transformed after he creates a power-generating windmill from spare parts to save his family from famine in Malawi.

The Crater Lake Monster (1977)

The tranquility of a mountain community is shattered when a meteorite awakens a prehistoric lake creature.

Blood Of The Innocent (1995)

Frank Wusharsky (Thomas Ian Griffith), a police officer in Chicago, tries to convince his brother, Marty (Artur Zmijewski), not to join the force. Marty doesn't listen, and one night he is mysteriously murdered. Frank finds out that the man who killed Marty is connected to the Polish mob, so he travels to Poland to track down the killer. There, he discovers the hitman is involved in an organ transplant conspiracy run by an evil surgeon (Rutger Hauer).

Mr. Moto's Last Warning (1939)

The Japanese detective (Peter Lorre) foils a spy's (Ricardo Cortez) Suez Canal plot to blow up the French fleet.

Thomas & Friends: It's Great to Be an Engine (2005)

Each season on the island of Sodor brings new opportunities for adventure and discovery for Thomas and the other engines.

Angel Flight Down (1996)

Passengers on a medical emergency plane face disaster when they crash during a snowstorm in the Rocky Mountains.

Beautiful Sin (2013)

Three infertile couples in Costa Rica cope with their country's unique ban on in-vitro fertilization.

The Devil's Keep (1995)

A teenager becomes the object of a manhunt as he follows a treasure map given to him by a dying Nazi war criminal.

Dusty's Trail: Summit of Borneo (2013)

Mountain climbers raise money to help a young man who has Duchenne muscular dystrophy.

The Dragon's Demise (2015)

Three siblings gather around their mother, who has fewer than 10 days left to live.

The Mountain Men (1980)

Two old-time Wyoming fur trappers (Charlton Heston, Brian Keith) try to protect a runaway Indian (Victoria Racimo) from her angry ex-mate.

El Coyote Emplumado (1983)

An old potter and his granddaughter are invited to an archaeological convention in Acapulco, where they are hired to create a copy of a known Aztec artifact in order to protect the original.

April Showers (1948)

A circa-1900 vaudevillian (Jack Carson) sobers up to wrest his wife (Ann Sothern) and son from a sleazy manager (Robert Alda) handling their act.

Vaarwel Pavel (1999)

A reporter is caught in troubling relationships with both his son and his lover.

Tarzan's Savage Fury (1952)

Two impersonators attempt to trick the jungle king into leading them to the diamond-rich Wazuri region.

Unakkaga Ellam Unakkaga (1999)

A spoiled, rich young man is forced into a marriage by his parents, but he is already in love with someone. What he does not realize is that the girl he is engaged to is the same girl with whom he has fallen in love.

Bob the Builder: Dig, Lift, Haul (2005)

When things begin falling apart at various construction sites, Bob and his pals, including Wendy, Scoop, Muck, Roley, Dizzy and Liftey, have to fix all the problems.

My Quick Way Out (2006)

A young boy (Borja Navas) becomes a getaway driver for a gang of delinquents in Madrid, Spain.

Bratz Babyz Save Christmas (2008)

The babyz take matters into their own hands and work together to save Christmas when they learn that Santa won't be able to deliver presents.

Up Jumped a Swagman (1965)

A dreamy Australian singer comes to London to seek his fortune and falls for a down-to-earth lass and a high-strung debutante at the same time.

Kipper: Kipper Helps Out (2005)

Kipper learns some valuable life lessons in a series of six animated films in which he helps out various friends, both new and old.

SILA (2015)

Climate change is impacting a small, isolated Arctic community that adheres to the Greenlandic concept of SILA, which encompasses weather, balance and consciousness.

Don't Trip... He Ain't Through with Me Yet (2006)

In this documentary, filmmaker Leslie Small follows comedian Steve Harvey as he visits and performs in MegaFest, a large Christian gathering that features concerts, sermons and faith-minded entertainment from noteworthy religious leaders and celebrities. During his stand-up routine, Harvey sticks to his least raunchy material as he discusses his own trials as a Christian, the joys of family life and the challenges of marriage, all with his signature brand of insightful humor.

Abbott and Costello Meet the Keystone Kops (1955)

Two suckers (Bud Abbott, Lou Costello) follow a con man (Fred Clark) to 1912 Hollywood, where they get even as stuntmen.

Puerto Padre (2014)

Daniel goes to work in a hotel and meets Soledad, a 17-year-old single mother, who takes care of Chico's senile godfather while being pimped out by the hotel manager.

The Secret Invasion (1964)

When the Allies need expendable soldiers for a highly dangerous mission, they offer pardons to a group of criminals in exchange for their participation. Led by the brooding Maj. Richard Mace (Stewart Granger), the motley crew, including explosives expert Terence Scanlon (Mickey Rooney) and scheming tough guy Roberto Rocca (Raf Vallone), sets out to extract a defecting Italian general held captive in a Nazi-controlled area. As they get farther into German territory, the casualties start to rise.

Sume: Mumisitsinerup nipaa (2014)

Greenlandic rock band Sumé releases three albums that influence the 1970s era, boost the self-esteem of the country's people and lead to the nation's first uprising against Danish colonial powers.

Piove (2013)

A respected doctor considers his role in the world after having an ordinary day.

The Birth Of Sake (2016)

During an unrelenting winter in northern Japan, a small group of workers must brave tough working conditions to brew the 2,000-year-old tradition known as sake.

Finding Graceland (1999)

En route to Memphis, Tenn., on a solemn solo road trip, widower Byron Gruman (Johnathon Schaech) picks up a disarming hitchhiker who claims to be the late, great Elvis Presley (Harvey Keitel). As Gruman opens up about the loss of his wife, Beatrice (Gretchen Mol), in a tragic car accident, his bizarre passenger becomes a surprisingly powerful source of wisdom and comfort. The duo even picks up a Marylin Monroe impersonator, Ashley (Bridget Fonda), during the surreal pilgrimage to Graceland.

Hello Down There (1969)

A scientist (Tony Randall) talks his wife (Janet Leigh) and family into living for a month in an underwater home.

The Fury of the Apaches (1964)

A judge encounters a man (Frank Latimore) he once wronged after an Apache attack forces him, his fiancee and their fellow stagecoach passengers to take refuge at a rest stop.

Praise (1998)

"Praise" is a powerful, tragicomic love story of obsession, addiction, and codependency. Gordon is a listless, chain-smoking asthmatic with a rather insipid libido. Cynthia is a slightly pudgy nymphomaniac with a bad case of eczema. After quitting his job at a Brisbane liquor store, Gordon makes a decision that will mark his life forever: becoming involved in Cynthia's manic parlor games of chemical and sexual excess.

Krampus: The Christmas Devil (2013)

A cop (A.J. Leslie) must find and destroy a yuletide demon who kills naughty children before the creature steals his daughter.

Yallah! Underground (2015)

Underground artists in the Middle East are torn between feelings of disillusion and a vague hope for the future.

Hercules and the Masked Rider (1960)

A 17th-century Spanish soldier becomes the leader of a Gypsy band.

El año del diluvio (2004)

The mother superior (Fanny Ardant) in a religious order that provides medical help to those in need of it neglects her duties when she falls for a womanizing landowner (Daro Grandinetti).

Road Gang (1936)

The managing editor of a Chicago newspaper crusades for inmates (Donald Woods, Carlyle Moore Jr.) in a Southern prison camp.

The Pa Boys (2014)

Danny, Cityboy and Tau form a three piece-band and set off on a tour of small-town pubs.

The Worm Eaters (1977)

A man who raises worms for food and strange experiments is faced with losing his land to real-estate speculators.