A Chinese Ghost Story II (1990)

A wandering scholar (Leslie Cheung) escapes wrongful imprisonment, falls for a rebel woman (Joey Wang) and has supernatural encounters.

Extinction: Patient Zero (2012)

Scientists become trapped in a sealed room, and they have a limited time to find out if they have been infected by a deadly virus. They can try to escape or face the exposure protocols that have been activated.

Girls Kissing (2003)

An exploration of lesbianism from a variety of angles.

Too Bad She's Bad (1955)

How did Lina Stroppiani (Sophia Loren) and Paolo (Marcello Mastroianni) meet? The buxom blonde stole Paolo's cab -- literally. The taxi driver's efforts to bring her to justice lead nowhere. Enraged and smitten, Paolo investigates, and discovers that Lina comes from a long line of con artists, including her respectable-looking father, Vittorio (Vittorio De Sica). For Paolo, the only way to reform Lina without becoming one of her victims seems clear: marry her and join the family.

Nobody Waved Goodbye (1964)

A rebellious teenager turns his back on his family and girlfriend in a desperate attempt to cope with society.

The Last Time I Saw Macao (2012)

A man (João Rui Guerra Da Mata) reminisces about his time in Macao when he returns to help a friend in need.

Walking My Baby Back Home (1953)

An Army veteran (Donald O'Connor) and his GI band hit the right note with a new sound: Dixieland symphony.

Vexille (2007)

A commando becomes separated from her unit while investigating Japan's illegal robotics program.

Tajomaru – Avenging Blade (2009)

A fugitive nobleman (Shun Oguri) assumes the identity of a legendary bandit and vows revenge on those who betrayed him.

Charrito (1984)

Chespirito dreams of becoming an actor and decides to abandon his career in hopes of achieving his dream.

Zombie Brigade (1986)

An Aborigine (John Moore) stops corpses roused by an Australian mayor's razing of a war memorial for a Japanese theme park.

Go West Young Man (1936)

Mavis Arden (Mae West) is a movie star known for her onscreen purity, even though she lives a riotous private life. When she gets involved with politician Francis X. Harrigan (Lyle Talbot) against her press agent's (Warren William) wishes, Mavis arranges to see her lover on her personal appearance tour. But she finds herself stranded in a small-town farmhouse after her limousine breaks down, and the situation is made more bearable by the appearance of the handsome Bud Norton (Randolph Scott).

La séparation (1994)

A man (Daniel Auteuil) tries to cope with losing his wife (Isabelle Huppert) and 15-month-old son to another man.

Let There Be Light! (1998)

Having decided to address mankind through film, God creates a screenplay and descends to Earth to find a director worthy of making it into a movie.

Trinity is Still My Name (1971)

Two would-be horse rustlers (Terence Hill, Bud Spencer) do more good than bad in their escapades in the Old West.

Space Battleship Yamato: The New Voyage (1979)

Peace must wait when new forces signal another conflict for the Yamato crew.

On Your Toes (1939)

By the 1930s, vaudeville is no longer the big seller it used to be. Looking to leave the fading act, Phil Dolan Jr. (Eddie Albert) dreams of composing for the traditional theater. Through a chance meeting with a Russian composer (Leonid Kinskey), Dolan finally has the chance to make the transition, but he must contend with the obstinate ballet director Sergei Alexandrovitch (Alan Hale) to land his big break. It helps that he has prima ballerina Vera Barnova (Zorina) on his side.

Rikers High (2005)

Inside New York City's notorious Rikers Island, some 2,000 inmates under the age of 18 are required to attend the prison's school, Island Academy. Filmmaker Victor Buhler focuses on three: William, a would-be hip-hop star, Andre, an artist, and class valedictorian Shawn. With the help of dedicated teachers and counselors, the students try to improve their reading levels and pass their GED tests, knowing that success inside Rikers is no guarantee of success outside.

Éxtasis (1996)

Rober (Javier Bardem), his girlfriend, Ona (Leire Berrocal), and his pal Max (Daniel Guzmn) need cash to start a restaurant. They plan to rob Max's dad, Daniel (Federico Luppi), a famous director who's never actually met his son. As a group, they decide Rober is the most capable man for the job, and he approaches Daniel, pretending to be Max. However, as Rober finds himself welcomed into Daniel's home and showered with wealth, he forgets about the robbery and tries to keep up the charade.

Alibi (1929)

Shortly after mobster Chick Williams (Chester Morris) rejoins his gang once released from jail, a policeman is murdered during a warehouse robbery. Chick becomes a main suspect in the case. Determined to bring down the suspected cop killer, Detective Sergeant Tommy Glennon (Pat O'Malley) and Danny McGann (Regis Toomey) resort to heavy-handed tactics to prove that Williams committed the crime even though Chick has a fairly solid alibi: attending the theater with a policeman's daughter.

Young Hero of the Shaolin II (1973)

Fong Sai Yuk uses his Shaolin skills to defeat his enemies.

Bosses in the Booth (2003)

A glimpse at the work done on records before being released.

Hamlet (1921)

Princess Hamlet desires Horatio and has a rivalry with Ophelia.

Últimos días de la víctima (1982)

A hitman discovers his current hit is related to past ones.

Matar es Fácil (1966)

A bohemian cabaret pianist (Arturo de Crdova) falls in love with a society woman who is completely different from him.

The Adventures of Pinocchio (1978)

A fairy magically brings to life woodcarver Geppetto's puppet, Pinocchio.

Vacation Days (1947)

Two teenagers (Freddie Stewart, June Preisser) fall in love in the summer.

Tornado (2006)

Following a series of unusual storms, a meteorologist predicts that a twister will strike Berlin.

The Return of Casey Jones (1933)

A man (Robert Elliott) shares his railroad wisdom with a young engineer.

Bolshe vita (1996)

Friends (Yuri Fomichov, Igor Chernyevich, Aleksey Serebryakov) try to adjust to the 1989 fall of communism in Central Europe.

Safe Harbor (2006)

A detective (Tracey Gold) tracks a serial killer targeting former residents of a foster home for abused children.

The Woman for Joe (1956)

An intellectual circus dwarf (Jimmy Karoubi) falls for a woman (Diane Cilento) who falls for his boss (George Baker).

The Phantom from 10,000 Leagues (1955)

When a postmortem finds that a murdered fisherman was exposed to unusual amounts of radiation, Dr. Ted Stevens (Kent Taylor) decides to investigate. Out looking for clues, he meets a young beauty named Lois (Cathy Downs), whose father, Professor King (Michael Whalen), runs a local marine biology lab. Ted discovers that the elder King's secret experiments with atomic energy have resulted in the creation of a murderous aquatic beast, and he must act fast to prevent more needless deaths.

Wut (2006)

A vicious cycle of anger and violence emerges between a young man (Oktay zdemir) and a family.

Tiempo de Silencio (1986)

A doctor finds his cure for cancer has deadly side effects.

Ordeal (1973)

An injured businessman's (Arthur Hill) wife (Diana Muldaur) and her lover leave him to die in the desert.

Jim's Gift (1996)

A 12-year-old encounters a stranger who sells him a video player containing a cassette that predicts the future.

Suzie Washington (1998)

Nana (Birgit Doll) is en route to immigrate to the United States from Russia when she is detained at an airport in Austria. Since her documents are fakes, she uses an opportune moment to escape the authorities and go on the run. Stuck in an unfamiliar country and unable to speak the language, Nana attempts to continue traveling west, allowing strangers to help her out when they are so inclined. Despite assistance from others, getting out of Austria proves to be very difficult.

The City Is Mine (2008)

An ex-con (Kirk Ponton) risks everything in his quest to regain control of his city.

Sunghursh (1968)

The grandson (Dilip Kumar) of a powerful priest resists initiation into the elder's religion, which entails human sacrifice.

Reel Paradise (2005)

New York film programmer John Pierson decides to pull up stakes and relocate his wife Janet, son Wyatt, and daughter Georgia to Fiji for a year. It's there that he purchases the 180 Meridian, ostensibly the most isolated movie theater on Earth. Despite a multitude of problems -- a drunk projectionist, bouts with dengue fever, local priests who disapprove -- the theater proves a success with locals, and documentary filmmaker Steve James chronicles the last month of their experiment.

Magchumikap Ka (1985)

In hard economic times, two struggling families look for new ways to earn money.

Al acecho del leopardo (2011)

While traveling on vacation in the Mexican jungle, three young friends witness and videotape the murder of a group of peasants.

Shooting High (1940)

As the long feud between the Pritchards and the Carsons continues, Will Carson (Gene Autry) is dismayed when a film company plans to make a movie about his grandfather but refuses to cast him in the lead. Actor Bob Merritt (Robert Lowery) is slated to star, with Will in a small role. Jane Pritchard (Jane Withers), the younger sister of Will's old sweetheart, Marjorie (Marjorie Weaver), intervenes by managing to get Merritt out of town. Meanwhile, Will makes an effort to end the long feud.

Nosotros los rateros (1949)

Manolín defends his brother thief in the court of law.

Sex and the USA (2008)

A California teen (Shayla Beesley) uses a video camera to document her vow of chastity.

Watan Ke Rakhwale (1987)

A secret agent (Dharmendra) tracks a criminal organization that plans to kill him.

Leon Blum: For All Mankind (2009)

The life of the first Socialist Premier of France.

In the Park (1915)

Charlie helps to find a lost purse.

Cabo Blanco (1980)

A French beauty (Dominique Sanda) looks for war gold in an ex-Nazi's (Jason Robards) Peruvian village where an American (Charles Bronson) tends bar.

The Great Gildersleeve (1943)

A spinster (Mary Field) tries to force Throckmorton P. Gildersleeve (Harold Peary) into marriage.

A Night in the Show (1915)

Mr. Rowdy and Mr. Pest cause problems in a theater.

The Man Who Talked Too Much (1940)

A courtroom becomes the scene of heated rivalries between an attorney and his younger brother who is an assistant DA.

Guns of Darkness (1962)

British plantation owner Tom Jordan (David Niven) finds Latin American president Rivera (David Opatoshu) on his property. Heavily injured, the recently deposed president of Tribulacion convinces Tom and his wife, Claire (Leslie Caron), to help him escape. Agreeing to drive the president 80 miles to the border, the bickering couple are forced to abandon their car after running into a patch of quicksand and dodge revolutionary soldiers as they flee on foot.

Lady Whirlwind and the Rangers (1974)

Disguised as a man, the daughter (Polly Kuan) of a sheriff battles salt bandits.

Nanami: The Inferno of First Love (1968)

The feelings between a young Japanese couple (Akio Takahashi, Kuniko Ishii) deepen as they get to know each other.

Warpath (2000)

A newlywed who is half American-Indian must return to the roots of his native forefathers to find his bride.

The Snorkel (1958)

On the Italian coast, writer Paul Decker (Peter Van Eyck), who has grown unhappy in his marriage, executes what appears to be a perfect murder of his wife. Although Paul is believed to be writing a book in France, his stepdaughter, Candy (Mandy Miller), is sure that he murdered her mother, and suspects he also murdered her father years before. With the police unwilling to investigate any further, Candy sets out to confirm her suspicions and take Paul down herself.

Rose Marie (1954)

In this adaptation of the 1924 Broadway musical, Rose Marie Lemaitre (Ann Blyth), an orphan living in the Canadian wilderness, falls in love with her guardian, Mike Malone (Howard Keel), an officer of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. The feeling is mutual. But, when she leaves to learn proper etiquette, Rose Marie meets a trapper named James Duval (Fernando Lamas), who also falls for her. Further complications arise when Native American Chief Black Eagle -- a rival of Duval's -- is murdered.

Gangsters of the Sea (1931)

The first mate (Noah Beery) and his buddy take over a ship out of Singapore.

Dr. Kildare's Crisis (1940)

Headstrong doctor James Kildare (Lew Ayres) and his fiance, Mary Lamont (Laraine Day), are visited by Mary's brother, Douglas (Robert Young), shortly before their wedding. Douglas, in town for a meeting with a wealthy philanthropist to fund his education project, begins exhibiting bizarre symptoms that Kildare diagnoses as severe epilepsy. Mary's concern for her beloved brother causes her to question whether she should marry Kildare or devote herself to Douglas' care.

A Dangerous Age (1957)

A pair of young lovers find themselves unable to cope with their surroundings.

Mary of Nazareth (2012)

The life of Mary, the mother of Jesus Christ.

Martín Romero, el Rápido (1964)

A lightning-fast gunslinger (Fernando Casanova) answers the call to action.

The Balloonatic (1923)

Buster and Phyllis try to prove their outdoor skills.

Amazons And Gladiators (2001)

During the time of the Roman Empire, a woman seeks revenge against the warrior (Patrick Bergin) who killed her loved ones and destroyed her village.

Mother's Cry (1930)

A widow (Dorothy Peterson) raises four children with varying degrees of failure.

The Third Bank of the River (1993)

A man goes to extreme lengths to protect his miracle-working daughter.

Santo and Blue Demon vs. Dracula and the Wolf Man (1973)

Dracula returns to rule the world with help from Wolfman and his legion of followers. Victory seems assured until El Santo and Blue Demon are summoned to put them down for good.

The Magic Show (1983)

A good-hearted magician (Doug Henning) uses wizardry to defeat a villainous rival, in a filmed performance of a hit stage show.

Whitcomb's War (1980)

A comedy about the battle between God and the devil in a small town.

Little Black Sambo (1935)

A playful canine disguises himself as a tiger to play a joke on his young master, unaware that a real tiger is lurking nearby.

Little Boy Blue (1934)

Little Bo Peep, Little Boy Blue and a dancing scarecrow chase after a hungry wolf and his intended dinner.

Little Daddy (1931)

Farina (Allen "Farina" Hoskins) plans a going-away party for Stymie (Matthew "Stymie" Beard), as authorities prepare to place him in an orphanage.

El Cariñoso (1959)

A lady's man falls in love with the town's hairdresser, and she helps him to raise his son from a previous relationship.

It's a Small World (1950)

A compassionate district attorney tries to steer a disillusioned little person away from a life of crime.

Boys Of Summer (2010)

Filmmakers investigate how Curacao has managed to send a team to the Little League World Series for seven consecutive years.

Strictly Dishonorable (1931)

During a night on the town with her pretentious husband-to-be, Henry Greene (George Meeker), down-to-earth southern gal Isabelle Perry (Sidney Fox) catches the eye of Gus Di Ruvo (Paul Lukas), a smooth-talking opera singer. When an enraged Greene scolds Perry for dancing with Di Ruvo, she promptly rejects his marriage proposal, bids him farewell and stays at the bar with Di Ruvo and his friends. But, as the evening wears on, Perry grows curious about her handsome acquaintance's intentions.

Taxi (1953)

A New York cab driver helps a young Irish woman in her search for her missing writer-husband.

Little Miss Broadway (1947)

Four individuals of questionable moral character move into the mansion of an incarcerated bank robber to impress their visiting niece (Jean Porter) and her fiance.

Heads We Go (1933)

A young model is saved from an embarrassing situation in a hotel by her newfound lover.

Lone Star Moonlight (1946)

A returning soldier hoping to convert his radio station into a television station is undermined by a rival broadcaster and his father's bad investments.

Beyond the Fear (2014)

The life of Yigal Amir, the assassin of Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin.

Tango Bar (1935)

A young cabaret vocalist (Carlos Gardel) falls in love with a beautiful dancer (Rosita Moreno) and saves her from a gang of crooks.

They're Watching (2016)

Crew members (Kris Lemche, David Alpay) of a reality TV show become embroiled in a centuries-old web of revenge and horror when Eastern European villagers attack a woman suspected of witchcraft.

The Queen Of Spades (1949)

Based on a short story by Alexander Pushkin, this creepy drama tells the tale of Countess Ranevskaya (Edith Evans), an elderly woman who sold her soul to the devil in order to always win at cards. Captain Herman Suvorin (Anton Walbrook), an embittered Russian soldier, becomes obsessed with discovering her secret and also finds himself smitten by her beautiful young companion, Lizaveta Ivanova (Yvonne Mitchell). As Suvorin gets closer to the truth, his quest takes an unforgettably eerie turn.

Silvered Water (2014)

Firsthand video accounts of the violence in Syria filmed by activists in the city of Homs.

Ancient Alien Origins (2016)

Researchers discover that aliens from another world assisted in the evolution of man and were the genesis of a very real bloodline that remains intact today.

Cornered (1932)

A ranch foreman experiences life on the run following the murder of his employer.

Terror Island (1920)

An inventor travels to the South Seas to help a young woman return a pearl and save her father from a tribe of cannibals.

Water Rustlers (1939)

Having seen her father, Tim (Ethan Allen), killed by enforcers working for greedy miner Robert Weylan (Stanley Price), plucky Shirley Martin (Dorothy Page) takes control of her family's cattle farm. Though he has no legal right to do so, Weylan and his men have been chasing Shirley's animals away from a local river. With backing from experienced ranch hand Bob Lawson (David O'Brien), Shirley intends to win this standoff, save her business and prove her mettle in a male-dominated culture.

Chingu 2 (2013)

Joon-seok is sent to prison for his involvement in Dong-soo's death. He meets Dong-soo's son in prison, keeps his identity a secret, and agrees to join forces when he is released. All of their plans fall apart when Sung-hoon finds out the truth.

Mind Games (1989)

A backpacking psychology major (Maxwell Caulfield) confuses a couple (Edward Albert, Shawn Weatherly) and their son for his own enjoyment.

The Last Ride (1944)

Brothers on opposite sides of the law clash over a stolen goods ring and their love for the same woman.

The Miami Story (1954)

Citizens hire an ex-gangster (Barry Sullivan) to drive out a vice lord (Luther Adler) by posing as a Cuban racketeer.

Ghost Catchers (1944)

Shortly before his daughter's singing and piano performance at Carnegie Hall, Col. Breckinridge Marshall (Walter Catlett) rents a Manhattan townhouse for them to stay in. Upon their arrival, they are disturbed by suspicious sounds that soon have them running for help to the next-door nightclub, owned by Olsen (Ole Olsen) and Johnson (Chic Johnson). The pair agree to lend a hand, and begin to unravel the house's ghostly presence, which leads them to an unexpected conclusion.

His Name was King (1971)

A Westerner (Klaus Kinski) hunts the outlaws who have killed his brother and attacked his wife.

Nuptials and Merriments (2013)

Tarik and Nugesha need to marry on short notice.