Seal Team 8: Behind Enemy Lines (2014)

U.S. Navy SEALs travel to Africa to prevent terrorists from obtaining weapons-grade uranium.

Have You Seen My Son? (1996)

A woman (Lisa Hartman Black) crosses state and national borders to find her ailing son, kidnapped by her ex-husband (Jameson Parker).

Tiger Shark (1932)

Although fisherman Mike Mascarenhas (Edward G. Robinson) has lost a hand to a shark attack, he manages to keep working. When sharks kill a young fisherman, Mike relates the news to the man's only family member -- his sister, Quita Silva (Zita Johann). Moved by Quita's solitude and quiet beauty, Mike supports her, and in time falls in love with her. Grateful, Quita accepts his marriage proposal -- but then falls in love with another fisherman, Pipes Boley (Richard Arlen), rousing Mike's wrath.

The Shell Seekers (1989)

Penelope Keeling (Angela Lansbury) is a withdrawn English matron from an artistic family. After suffering what seems to be a heart attack, Penelope reevaluates her past choices and decides to reconnect with her children, including Noel (Christopher Bowen) and Olivia (Patricia Hodge). Looking back on her life, Penelope reflects on moments of both happiness and regret, focusing in particular on her ill-fated romance with one-time love Richard (Sam Wanamaker).

Devil Girl (2006)

After the death of her father, a small-town girl travels across the country, but when her car breaks down, she becomes stranded in an isolated desert town.

Heated Vengeance (1985)

A veteran (Richard Hatch) returns to Laos for his girlfriend (Jolina Mitchell-Collins) and finds a jungle drug dealer (Ron Max) he court-martialed.

Cia II: Target Alexa (1993)

An agent (Lorenzo Lamas) teams with a terrorist (John Savage) to rescue ex-terrorist Alexa (Kathleen Kinmont) and stop a nuclear-arms sale.

Elite (2010)

After the Caribbean's most dangerous drug lord escapes from prison, a governor puts together a special task force to hunt him down.

That's Entertainment! III (1994)

The second sequel in MGM's musical compilation series, released to commemorate MGM's 70th anniversary, acts as a retrospective, featuring rare and previously unreleased footage. The film also includes alternate performances of various well-known routines such Ava Gardner's original vocals from "Show Boat" before her voice was dubbed over by Annette Warren. Like its predecessors, the film includes a series of cameos from performers such as Howard Keel, Gene Kelly and Lena Home.

May Pulis may Pulis sa Ilalim ng Tulay (1989)

A 1989 Filipino movie starring Dolphy and Joey Albert.

Chase by Desire (2005)

Franck and Paul, partners on the police force, are sent to Toulon to investigate drug trafficking. Things get out of hand when Paul learns Franck had an affair with Valeria, his wife, who also works in their department.

The Ecstasy of Wilko Johnson (2015)

Wilko Johnson records an album and goes on a farewell tour after he learns he has terminal cancer.

Sweets from a Stranger (1987)

Four prostitutes team up to hunt down a serial killer targeting sex workers.

The Lost Missile (1958)

An unidentified missile moves through space, nearing Earth. One nation fires a rocket at it, but this only diverts the missile into the atmosphere, where it begins tearing up everything in its path. As it heads towards Ottawa and then New York City, the Canadian and U.S. military are mobilized, but they can't halt its progress. A scientist (Robert Loggia) and his fiance (Ellen Parker), though, have been working on a hydrogen warhead that may be able to hit the missile and save the Earth.

Apart From You (1933)

Two geisha deal with life's hardships.

Dragon Wasps (2012)

While on a rescue mission in the rain forests of Belize, soldiers must battle gigantic, flying insects that shoot fire.

Pussycat, Pussycat, I Love You (1970)

A wacky psychiatrist treats a philandering playwright (Ian McShane) whose wife (Anna Calder-Marshall) finds passion elsewhere.

Band of Thieves (1962)

Seven ex-convicts embarking on successful careers as jazz musicians find old habits hard to break.

The Journey of Alice Tremblay (2002)

A mother (Sophie Lorain) is drawn into the universe of the bedtime story she is reading to her daughter.

The Monster Hunter (1999)

An obsessive FBI agent (David Carradine) and a documentarian take a special interest in a serial killer (Michael Bowen) on the lam in Texas.

Herowork (1977)

A man uses a police monitor and CB radio to solve a murder and clear his name.

Brain of Blood (1971)

A mad scientist's experiments in brain transplants result in the creation of an uncontrollable brute.

Nikita Kino (2003)

Filmmaker Vivian Ostrovsky provides a glimpse of life in the Soviet Union in the 1970s using material from expeditions in and around Moscow.

Service: When Women Come Marching Home (2011)

Adjusting to civilian life, female veterans deal with disabilities, post-traumatic stress disorder and other issues.

The Story of Lovers Rock (2011)

Reggae music becomes popular in Britain during the 1970s and 1980s.

Young Oldfield (1924)

Jimmy has to pay the rent before noon or he will lose his shop.

In Over My Head (2012)

Nathan thinks he can live how he wants until tragedy strikes. He is forced to choose between his siblings and his girlfriend -- or try to keep both.

Indio (1989)

A Marine (Francesco Quinn) comes home to the Amazon and fights to save a rain forest from a developer (Brian Dennehy) and his henchman (Marvelous Marvin Hagler).

Camera Obscura (2000)

After landing a job as a crime-scene photographer, a man (Adam Trese) begins to rearrange the victims for creative purposes.

GravyTrain (2010)

Gypsy Creek's top cop is on a mission to lock up a crook with the help of his sexy new partner.

I Was a Rat (2001)

When a guileless boy (Calum Worthy), who was once a rat, is accidentally left behind, a kindly couple (Tom Conti, Brenda Fricker) takes him in.

Hennessy (1975)

Former Irish Republican Army member Niall Hennessy (Rod Steiger) lives in Belfast, Ireland, with his wife and daughter amid the ongoing Irish-British conflict. Though he still knows people in the IRA, including fugitive leader Tobin (Eric Porter), Niall has given up his violent ways. One day his family is caught in a chaotic street shootout and killed by British forces. Overwhelmed with rage and hunted by a Scotland Yard inspector, Niall heads to London to exact his deadly revenge.

Garden Of Evil (1998)

A detective (Angie Everhart) investigates a reclusive horticulturist (Malcolm McDowell) as part of her search for her missing partner.

War Don Don (2010)

A nation faces its wartime past as Issa Sesay, a former Sierra Leone rebel leader, awaits trial for alleged war crimes.

Ole Aleksander Filibom-bom-bom (1998)

In 1952 Oslo, a boy and two friends have real and imagined adventures.

Repast (1951)

Michiyo is unhappy living in a small home in Osaka cooking and cleaning for her husband.

Dushman (1971)

After a night of heavy drinking, truck driver Surjit Singh (Rajesh Khanna) accidentally runs over a farmer. Sentenced by the judge to look after the dead man's relatives, Surjit is greeted with anger by neighboring villagers on his way to their land. Upon his arrival, he is introduced to the whole family, including Ganga Din (Nana Palsikar), the farmer's father, his widow, Malti (Meena Kumari), and her two children. Despite their initial hatred for him, the family grows fond of repentant Surjit.

Okaasan (1952)

Having lost their family business during a wartime fire, the once-prosperous Fukuhara family struggles to survive amid the chaos and devastation of postwar Japan. Devoted mother Masako Fukuhara (Kinuyo Tanaka) ; her husband, Ryosuke (Kyko Kagawa) ; and their young children must all find menial jobs to make ends meet. Though living in poverty, the Fukuhara clan finds strength in each other as they work together, hoping to rebuild the happy life they once shared.

Lovers Of Hate (2010)

A successful writer (Alex Karpovsky) seduces his brother's (Chris Doubek) wife (Heather Kafka), causing the sibling to devise an elaborate plot for revenge.

Scooby-Doo & The Sea Monsters (2012)

Scooby and the gang investigate sightings of a monster.

The Mystery of Alexina (1985)

Scandal follows once the truth is known about a 19th-century French boy (Philippe Vuillemin) raised as a girl.

Strictly Dynamite (1934)

A radio comic hires an aspiring poet as a gag-writer and winds up in the middle of a marital squabble.

La miel se fue de la luna (1952)

A womanizing doctor pretends to be a friend to date two women at once.

In His Steps (1964)

A dramatic event changes the lives of an aspiring actress and a newspaper publisher.

Heroes of the Alamo (1937)

Attempts to secure a vital Texas fortress result in a prolonged and bitter battle between Mexican and American forces.

Regular Guys (1996)

After breaking up with his girlfriend, a cop (Christoph M. Ohrt) wakes from a drinking binge in another man's (Tim Bergmann) bed and questions his sexual orientation.

Smith! (1969)

Having been raised by Nez Perce tribe member Ol' Antoine (Chief Dan George), rancher Smith's (Glenn Ford) sympathy for Native Americans is well known. When young Indian Gabriel (Frank Ramierez) is falsely accused of murder, he takes refuge on Smith's land rather than turn himself in to Deputy Sheriff Vince (Keenan Wynn). Though initially convinced Gabriel will receive a fair trial, Smith is forced to stand up for the young boy after both he and Ol' Antoine are arrested by the racist authorities.

Any Man’s Death (1990)

A reporter faces a dilemma when he learns the Nazi scientist he has found is on the verge of discovering a cancer cure.

The Einstein of Sex: Life and Work of Dr. M. Hirschfeld (2000)

German sexologist Magnus Hirschfeld struggles to keep his sexuality clinic open as the Nazis rise to power.

Ready to Fly (2012)

Lindsey Van and her ski-jumping family fight for gender equality in the Olympic Winter Games.

The New Sudan (2010)

The people of Southern Sudan find peace in their society for the first time in decades.

Arctic Manhunt (1949)

Insurance agents head to the icy wilderness to collect an ex-con in possession of $250,000 in stolen funds.

Are Parents People? (1925)

A young girl tries to bring peace to the lives of her bickering parents.

Power Cut (2012)

Two young men compete for the affections of a beautiful young woman.

Overexposed (1990)

A soap-opera star (Catherine Oxenberg) thinks someone's trying to kill her, but cannot figure out which someone.

A Step Into the Darkness (2009)

Smugglers help a young Turkmen (Suzan Gen) trek to Turkey to find her injured brother (zgr Kartal).

Zorro's Black Whip (1944)

A feature-length version of the 12-chapter serial about a masked avenger who declares war on outlaws in 1889 Idaho.

Dawn Of The Dragonslayer (2011)

After a dragon kills his father, a young man (Richard McWilliams) uses a mysterious family connection to become a former knight's squire so that he can learn how to slay the creature and avenge his father's death.

December Heat (2008)

A young soldier and his wife try to survive the 1924 Communist coup in Tallinn.

Punk Vacation (1990)

Townsfolk unite against a rough woman (Roxanne Rogers) and her mixed gang of motorcycle punks.

Tomten är far till alla barnen (1999)

A woman (Katarina Ewerlof) invites three ex-husbands and their families for Christmas Eve to announce her pregnancy, however her husband is sterile.

Nightwish (1989)

Coeds (Alisha Das, Elizabeth Kaitan) enter a nightmarish world by way of a deep-sleep researcher's experiments.

Hadewijch (2009)

A troubled young woman is thrown out of a convent and forms a relationship with a radical Muslim.

Treachery Rides the Range (1936)

A singing Army captain (Dick Foran) takes a colonel's daughter (Paula Stone) through buffalo and Indian country.

Highway West (1941)

A killer bank robber (Arthur Kennedy) flees with his wife (Brenda Marshall), who thought he was a businessman.

Vampirella (1996)

A serum-drinking female vampire (Talisa Soto) from another planet fights blood drinkers that are terrorizing mankind.

Today (2012)

Satch recounts his life as he gets ready to die.

Smugglers' Songs (2011)

In 18th-century France, followers of executed folk hero and bandit Louis Mandrin try to foment rebellion among the populace by distributing their late leader's songs and stories.

Suburban Roulette (1968)

Neighbors gather to barbecue, have a pool party and swap wives.

Till Death (1978)

A man (Keith Atkinson) loses his bride (Belinda Balaski) in a car crash, then becomes her prisoner in her tomb.

Arizona Cyclone (1941)

A crooked banker sets out to steal a man's wagon freight business.

Magic Silver 2 (2011)

Queen Bluerose searches for a mystical blue horn to stop a glacier from destroying a red gnome community.

25 Carat (2009)

A debt collector meets a woman living on the edge of the law, and they become involved with her father in a scheme to make money.

Army Bound (1952)

When a race-car driver is drafted into the Army he discovers his immediate superior is one of his archrivals.

9.79 (2012)

Filmmaker Daniel Gordon interviews the men who raced against Ben Johnson in the 100 meter final at the 1988 Seoul Olympics.

Veinticuatro Horas de Vida (1969)

Some taxi drivers discover several crimes during their work and are pursued and threatened by the criminals.

Gas Hole (2010)

A history reveals fuel alternatives that oil companies keep hidden to sell more expensive products.

Our Wife (1931)

Oliver tries to elope with his large bride.

Richard (1972)

Richard Nixon's home movies jump from cliche to cliche.

Alma Llanera (1966)

Two childhood friends that were separated since eight years old, newly reunite and share their experiences.

Primary Target (1989)

An ex-Army jungle expert (John Calvin) regroups his unit to free a diplomat's wife from a fortress in Laos.

Idol Of Evil: Hell Is Forever (2009)

The Vatican hires mythologist David Hilton (Richard Cambridge) to rescue Dr. Karen Kixley (Tracey Sheldon) from deranged Satanists.

Don't Play Us Cheap (1973)

Melvin Van Peebles wrote and directed this tale about two henchmen from hell who try to bust up a party in Harlem.

The Christening (2010)

A dark past threatens Michal's (Wojciech Zielinski) promising future.

There Was No War in '72 (1996)

A young man (Adam Abulafia) seeks refuge after his family learns he has been expelled from school for failing.

One Crowded Night (1940)

Detectives, an escaped convict, a gun moll (Billie Seward), a truck driver (William Haade) and others stop at a tourist camp.

...and the Wild Wild Women (1962)

When the wide-eyed Lina (Giulietta Masina) lands in a women's prison, she meets a world-weary prostitute named Egle (Anna Magnani) who looks out for her. After Egle teaches Lina what she knows and begins to harden the girl, Lina commits another crime on the outside and winds up back in jail, a shell of her former self. Egle, meanwhile, who had taken a genuine liking to Lina, has tried to better herself and is shocked to see what has become of -- and what she's done to -- her former protg.

Sweet Power (1996)

The love triangle of a Brazilian news director, a writer and a campaign manager parallels the country's election.

Punishment Room (1956)

A university student (Hiroshi Kawaguchi) who has no respect for anyone enjoys humiliating people and goading gang members.

A Cruel Romance (1984)

After her other suitors will not commit, a woman (Larisa Guzeeva) agrees to marry the one who asks, but his jealousy threatens them both.

Attack the Gas Station 2 (2010)

Young toughs take over a gas station after its owner refuses to pay them for running off another bunch of punks.

Questioning Faith: Confessions of a Seminarian (2002)

Documentarian Macky Alston, having long aspired to be a Presbyterian minister, questions continuing with his seminary training when another gay student, Alan Smith, dies of AIDS. Wondering how a loving God could permit so much suffering, Alston interviews many struggling people of diverse faiths, from his own cancer-stricken adviser to Smith's devout parents. While thinking about their answers, Alston tries to reconcile his faith with the misery he sees around him.

The Crimes of the Black Cat (1972)

A serial killer uses poisoned cat claws to dispatch his victims.

From the Inside (2010)

Psychotic brothers stalk a couple who are in a loveless marriage and live in an isolated house.

Witchcraft 7: Judgement Hour (1995)

An attorney utilizes the dark powers of the netherworld in a battle of survival against bloodthirsty vampires.

There's Always a Way to Find a Way (1973)

A bank clerk and his brother-in-law have a series of wacky adventures.

Back in Circulation (1937)

A newswoman (Joan Blondell) gets a chorus girl (Margaret Lindsay) convicted of murder, then finds evidence of her innocence.

Stags (2011)

Four bachelors living in New York City approach their 40th birthday.

Loco Fever (2001)

A group of entrepreneurs visits a Chilean village and temporarily allows the fishing of an endangered shellfish.

Herr Zwilling und Frau Zuckermann (1999)

Filmmaker Volker Koepp interviews two Holocaust survivors in the city of Chernowitz, a former center of Jewish culture.