The life of Lionel Messi, from his childhood through his rise to international stardom.
False Pretenses (2004)
After her husband commits suicide, a vengeful woman (Peta Wilson) hunts the con man who stole their money.
You Talkin To Me? (1987)
A Robert De Niro fan (Jim Youngs) goes to Hollywood with his buddy (Mykelti Williamson) and becomes a racist TV producer's (James Noble) spokesman.
Haunted Trailer (2014)
With the help of a television evangelist, a rustic family tries to exorcise its mobile home of an ancient demon.
A girl becomes lost in a bustling metropolis and wanders the hostile streets to find her way home.
Tea Time (2015)
Friends since the 1950s, some Chilean septuagenarians keep their bond strong by meeting for tea and cake once a month.
Six American mothers who have lost children travel to South Africa to help impoverished children and each experiences hope and healing as a result of their work.
Gordon Getty: There Will Be Music (2015)
Gordon Getty becomes a renowned classical composer, businessman and philanthropist.
Six young adults cross paths in one apartment building during a particularly hot summer in Montreal. Rita (Pascale Bussires), a petty thief on roller blades, shares a place with the mothering Roxan (Isabel Richer). Neurotic Henriette (Pascale Montpetit) has eyes for Lloyd (James Hyndman), a horny radio host, but he's chasing after barmaid Loulou (Macha Limonchik). She lives with Mark (Robert Brouillette), a depressed musician who works at a late-night liquor store.
La nouvelle Blanche-Neige (2011)
While her wealthy husband remains in a coma, a diabolical woman (Claire Keim) prepares for her inheritance.
Porto of My Childhood (2001)
This autobiographical film tells the story of director Manoel de Oliveira's youth in his beloved Oporto, Portugal. Oliveira reconstructs his childhood experience of the city by employing a collage method, using segments from historic films, period music and old photos to piece together an Oporto that is long gone. The film also plays out events from the director's childhood, including young Manoel (Jorge Trpa) in his family's bakery, at the opera and marveling at his first love.
Filmmaker Tim Sisarich explores the concept of traditional family around the world.
Don't Bother To Knock (1961)
Chaos reigns when a man (Richard Todd), following a fight with his girlfriend, hands out his apartment keys to several beauties.
The Invention of Flesh (2009)
Two individuals (Diego Benedetto, Umbra Colombo) form an impossible relationship.
Much Better Than You (2014)
Cristobal, a father and businessman, is humiliated when his wife is awarded a scholarship and asks to move their family to Spain. He spends a pathetic night looking for sex and failing, until he has to choose between his ego and his family.
Los Lonely Boys: Cottonfields and Crossroads (2006)
Compiled from footage shot mostly in 2003, this documentary chronicles the road life of San Angelo, Texas, rock 'n' roll band Los Lonely Boys. On the cusp of major success, the three Garza brothers -- Henry, Jojo and Ringo -- travel from gig to gig in a beat-up Dodge van. Some, but not all, of the group's fractious personal history is touched upon, such as the way the group members' father came up with the band name, only to later be expelled from their entourage.
SBK: The Movie (2014)
One man's journey to become a legend of the boardwalk by claiming the title of world champion in the fast-paced sport of professional skeeball.
Cry of the Innocent (1980)
U.S. insurance executive and ex-Green Beret Steve Donegin (Rod Taylor) is on vacation in Ireland with his family when a private plane crashes, killing his wife and children. Donegin becomes suspicious when he discovers that a scientist was on board the aircraft and that his death may have been the work of criminals. Joining him in the investigation is Candia Leighton (Joanna Pettet), a beautiful journalist who bears a striking resemblance to Donegin's dead wife, Cynthia.
Water, Wind, Dust (1989)
An Iranian boy travels through the desert to find his family.
None Shall Escape (1944)
At a war crimes trial following the end of World War II, the life and misdeeds of Nazi Wilhelm Grimm (Alexander Knox) are recounted. Following World War I, he returns to his native village, embittered by Germany's defeat. He alienates his fiance, Marja (Marsha Hunt), through his contemptible behavior toward the locals and rapes a schoolgirl. At the trial, Grimm's brother Karl (Erik Rolf) remembers how Wilhelm came to Germany to join the Nazi party and then sent him to a concentration camp.
Flame of Calcutta (1953)
A British captain (Patric Knowles) and a French official's daughter (Denise Darcel) save the East India Company.
Chasing a Butterfly (2005)
Filmmaker Natasha Guruleva makes plans to return to Vladivostok and resettle.
Broadway Bound (1992)
Two aspiring comedy writers incite their relatives when they use familial foibles as a basis for a new radio series.
The Corporal's Diary (2008)
A soldier documents his experiences in Iraq -- before meeting an untimely end.
Original Intent (1992)
A fast-track lawyer (Jay Richardson) crusades to save a homeless shelter and becomes a better man because of it.
A Complicated Story (2014)
A young woman who has been hired to be a surrogate mother is kept in a private apartment with an assistant in order to keep the parents' identities secret. When the contract is terminated abruptly, she must make several life-altering decisions.
The Shout (1978)
When a wandering man named Crossley (Alan Bates) insinuates himself into the lives of British composer Anthony Fielding (John Hurt) and his wife, Rachel (Susannah York), the couple is cautiously hospitable. Isolated out in rural Devon, where Anthony works on his music, the Fieldings find that their enigmatic guest has some strange preoccupations, most notably an obsession with dark Aboriginal magic. Crossley claims that he can kill a person with a mystical shout, but is he telling the truth?
Small Town Girl (1936)
Kay Brannan (Janet Gaynor) loathes her boring hometown and jumps at the opportunity to spend time with Robert Dakin (Robert Taylor), a wealthy playboy visiting from Boston. They wake up after a drunken night to find that they're married, despite Robert's pre-existing engagement to a socialite. In order to protect Robert's reputation, his parents insist that they wait six months before a divorce. During that time, Kay must wrestle with Robert's bitter fiance as well as her feelings for him.
Let's Be Happy (1957)
A salesman (Tony Martin) woos a Vermont heiress (Vera-Ellen) wooed by a needy lord (Robert Flemyng) in Scotland.
What Animals Want (2012)
With help from a talking dog (Michael Kessler) and pig, a boy (Max Boekhoff) tries to play matchmaker for his widowed father (Oliver Mommsen).
A born loser (Robert Blake) pampers his car more than he does his wife (Charlotte Rampling) but then drives it in a Southern demolition derby.
The Remarkable Andrew (1942)
Gen. Andrew Jackson (Brian Donlevy) and other historical ghosts rescue a bookkeeper (William Holden) framed for embezzlement.
Dr. Broadway (1942)
A New York doctor (Macdonald Carey) saves a chorus girl (Jean Phillips) from a window ledge, twice, and rounds up racketeers.
A reporter (Craig Reynolds) flirts with a prison worker (June Travis) while solving an inmate's murder.
The Big Fisherman (1959)
Simon Peter (Howard Keel), a disciple of Jesus, attempts to live according to the guidance of the Messiah. Peter takes in a runaway fugitive he assumes to be a boy but who turns out to be a half-Arab princess named Fara (Susan Kohner). Fara wants to take revenge against her father, King Herod (Herbert Lom), for his humiliation of her mother. However, when she is joined by a suitor, Prince Voldi (John Saxon), they both feel the influence of Peter's teachings about the word of Christ.
Danger Trails (1935)
A cowboy (Guinn "Big Boy" Williams) saves a woman's (Marjorie Gordon) ranch.
Moose River Crossing (2013)
Six childhood friends meet at a train station to depart for their school reunion.
Where The Red Fern Grows (2003)
After saving for two years, a 12-year-old boy (Joseph Ashton) buys two puppies and trains them to be hunting dogs.
Time Gentlemen, Please (1951)
An English village could boast full employment if not for an old Irishman (Eddie Byrne) who refuses to work.
Diamond on Vinyl (2013)
Beth kicks her fiance Henry out after she listens to recordings of his intimate thoughts. Beth confides in Charlie, a stranger, and Charlie helps Henry rehearse the perfect words to regain Beth's trust.
The Oasis (2008)
Paul battles to save street kids from a harsh life.
Homesteaders of Paradise Valley (1947)
Red Ryder (Allan Lane) and his sidekick, Little Beaver (Bobby Blake), defend the right to build a dam.
The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich (1968)
Richard Basehart narrates a history of Adolf Hitler, based on the book by William L. Shirer.
Angels Die Hard (1970)
Members of a motorcycle gang swear revenge after one of their number is killed in a backwater California town.
Four sketches of Italian life: "The Telephone Call," "Treatise on Eugenics," "The Soup," "Monsignor Cupid."
The Whole Truth (1958)
On the French Riviera, movie producer Max Poulton (Stewart Granger) is on location shooting a film starring his lover, Gina Bertini (Gianna Maria Canale). But when the rueful Max ends his fling with Gina to return to his loyal wife, Carol (Donna Reed), the jilted actress threatens to reveal details of their affair to Carol. Later, at a party at Max's villa, investigator Carliss (George Sanders) arrives with news that Gina has been killed and that Max is a murderer suspect.
Zombie Fever (2013)
When a meteor lands during a beach party, it kicks off a zombie apocalypse.
The pivotal days in the lives of four Nigerian women at the pinnacle of their careers.
Viva Zapatero! (2005)
Mimic and physical comic Sabina Guzzanti has a brief stint on Italian public television, but the show is canceled after one episode because she ridiculed Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi.
Crazy Knights (1944)
Three goofy guys (Shemp Howard, Billy Gilbert, Maxie Rosenbloom) run into ghosts, a gorilla and a haunted house.
The Law West of Tombstone (1938)
A young gunslinger falls in love with the daughter of a judge who dispenses justice from a frontier saloon.
Enemies of Happiness (2006)
In 2003, Malalai Joya is expelled from a constitutional meeting in Afghanistan after denouncing corrupt warlords in the assembly. Two years later, 28-year-old Joya campaigns for election to Afghanistan's National Assembly, the country's first election in 35 years and the first in which women are allowed to vote. An activist who successfully draws attention toward the oppression of women, Joya faces death threats and violent opposition during her campaign.
33 Scenes from Life (2008)
Julia loses everything on one year, her husband leaves, her dog dies, then her mother and father die within a short time. Despite the hard times she finds herself in Julia manages to find a new life and learns life is not always orderly and simple.
Public Cowboy No. 1 (1937)
When withered Sheriff Doniphon (William Farnum) is overwhelmed by his town's drastic rise in cattle rustling, he calls on his deputy, cowboy Gene Autry (Gene Autry), for help. But Autry is bewildered when he discovers that these crafty thieves are utilizing new innovations -- from shortwave radios to airplanes -- to steal herds with lightning speed and stealth. Refusing to be outclassed by modern technology, Autry uses gumption and strategy to bring these crooks to justice.
A hacker who is spying on a pretty neighbor messes up his assignment to break into Swiss bank accounts for Russian mobsters.
Death of a Saleswoman (2010)
Every resident of Mametville is named as a suspect in a woman's death.
Maria Bethânia: Música é Perfume (2005)
Brazilian singer Maria Bethania has a 40-year singing career. A documentary shows her concerts and famous family.
Big Stakes (1922)
A cowboy (James B. Warner) must win a Mexican jumping-bean competition to win the hand of a fair lady (Eleanor Fair).
Cagney & Lacey (1981)
Undercover New York policewomen (Loretta Swit, Tyne Daly) solve the robbery/murder of a Hasidic diamond broker.
Gambling House (1951)
A social worker (Terry Moore) helps an Italian gambler (Victor Mature) avoid deportation after a gangster (William Bendix) frames him for murder.
My Way (2012)
This documentary.examines the appeal and staying power of the phenomenally popular anthem to individualism.
His Name Is Bob (2009)
Bob spends his life defying the odds after he is betrayed, abandoned, beaten and abused.
Lust, black magic and his quest for the truth take a New Orleans heir (Michael Bendetti) to a place near hell.
Some Like It Hot (1939)
Nicky Nelson (Bob Hope), a concession stand barker on the Atlantic City boardwalk, loses his stand despite having Gene Krupa and his band play to bring in crowds. Undaunted, Nicky approaches Stephen Hanratty, who owns a dance pavillion, to emcee Krupa's band at his place -- only to be refused. Nicky then tries but fails to convince up-and-coming singer Lily Racquel (Shirley Ross) to let him manage her. But he writes a song for her that might prove to be their ticket to success.
The Thrill of a Kill (2011)
Kimsy fights with her mother and runs into the woods. When she comes across a local photographer's sons, she is captured and subjected to a number of gruesome tortures.
Glorious Betsy (1928)
Napoleon Bonaparte (Pasquale Amato) interferes with his brother's (Conrad Nagel) marriage to an American (Dolores Costello).
Kentucky Moonshine (1938)
In New York City, the twangy music of America's heartland is booming in popularity, yet city slickers the Ritz Brothers (as themselves) and Caroline (Marjorie Weaver) can't seem to get anywhere on the entertainment circuit. When radio big shot Jerry (Tony Martin) heads for Kentucky to unearth some small-town talent, the brothers and Caroline follow him there and pose as yokels. Jerry books them and brings them back to the city to perform -- and chaos ensues as the charade grows complicated.
When Schmitke is dispatched to the Czech side of Ore Mountain to fix an old wind turbine, his colleague disappears and things begin happening in the forest.
The Thief and the Cobbler (1993)
Three gold orbs must shine from a minaret to keep ancient Baghdad safe from an evil warrior and his hordes.
A Fugitive From Justice (1940)
An insurance investigator (Roger Pryor) tries to keep a $1,000,000 policy-holder away from gangsters and police.
A newspaper editor, Shrivastav, is killed when he was about to expose the underworld links of a very rich and influential person. C.I.D. Inspector Shekhar is assigned to this case, an investigation of which leads him to suspect Dharamdas and his men. Dharamdas spins a web of lies and deceit, and Shekhar himself becomes a suspect, and is arrested by the police, and loses his job, leaving Dharamdas and his men to carry on undeterred.
Lady Luck (1946)
A young woman (Barbara Hale) who hates gambling marries a crapshooter (Robert Young) and changes her mind.
My First Forty Years (1987)
Forty years of Italian history unfold as a middle-aged member of high society recalls the memorable events in her life.
Auf das Leben! (2014)
Aging cabaret singer Ruth and terminally ill Jonas form an intense bond that gives them a reason and purpose to live.
Rare Talk (1984)
Sports photographer Alok Prakash (Farooque Sheikh) is shooting a female hockey game when he's hit with a stray puck. Prakash is hospitalized but only suffers from minor injuries, though his enterprising brother-in-law, Prem Sagar (Sanjeev Kumar), sees an opportunity to make some easy money. Sagar, a lawyer, asks Prakash to exaggerate his injury so he can file a lawsuit and they can live off the settlement. Soon, the whole family is involved, and Prakash and Sagar find the ruse hard to keep up.
Filmmaker Eddie Alcazar reveals the volatile drug addiction that plagued five-time world champion boxer Johnny Tapia after a kidnapper raped and murdered his mother.
A detective (Frank Finlay) uses an art teacher (Suzy Kendall) to lure a killer at a British girls school.
The Good War and Those Who Refused to Fight It (2000)
During World War II, 42,000 conscientious objectors refuse to fight but serve with distinction in other noncombat duties.
The One Who Loves You (2013)
In 1974, Gloria returns home after failing as a musician, then she meets Roy, who helps her rediscover her passion for singing, but she is pushed into uncharted territory.
Give Me Liberty (1936)
Patrick Henry (John Litel) makes a passionate argument for Colonial independence.
To New Shores (1937)
Gloria takes the blame for Sir Albert Finsbury's forgery and is sent to Australia. Sir Albert refuses to marry her and free her from prison after he makes a strategic proposal to a governor's daughter, leaving Gloria to marry a local farmer.
Night and Fog in Japan (1960)
Uninvited guests crash a former student radical's wedding and accuse him, his bride and other guests of ignoring their political commitments.
The Girl from the Marsh Croft (1935)
A young unwed mother is hired as a maid for a farmer and is shunned by his narrow-minded fiancee.
Is Everybody Happy but Me? (1979)
From religious cults to overindulgence in food and sex, this documentary follows one man's search for happiness.
A troubled teen (Paul Bartel) displays rage and violent tendencies after joining a group of punks.
Pillars of Society (1935)
A Norwegian rancher living in America returns to his home after 20 years and his presence exposes his brother-in-law's crooked dealings.
She'll Have to Go (1962)
Two disinherited brothers plot to regain their fortune by marrying or murdering their now-wealthy cousin.
Saddle Aces (1935)
A cowboy (Rex Bell) and his pal escape from a train and help a woman (Ruth Mix) save her land.
Living is Winning (2008)
Andrew Johnston recounts the challenges he has overcome in his life.
Casual Encounters (2013)
A compulsive Internet dater loses track of her multiple accounts and causes confusion with her casual hook-ups.
A sanitarium worker (Emmanuelle Devos) maintains irrational behavior, while remaining hesitant to marry her boyfriend (Bruno Todeschini).
Van Gogh: Darkness Into Light (1956)
The making of the film "Lust for Life."
Lost Footprints (2004)
A bakery delivery boy dispenses fresh bread and advice to his customers.
The Battle of the Sexes (1960)
The heir (Robert Morley) to a Scottish tweed mill returns with a U.S. efficiency expert (Constance Cummings) that his accountant (Peter Sellers) cannot stand.
Mr. Brown (2006)
Mr. Brown, a middle-aged black man who must use a wheelchair, imagines that his two young helpers -- a Russian social worker and a black attendant -- are involved in a passionate love affair.
A tiny Serbian village is visited by half a million people during the 50th anniversary of the world's largest trumpet festival.
Frío Sol de Invierno (2004)
Adrian, a young man, is finally released from a psychiatric hospital after a few years, and comes back home where he sees his son and a prostitute living in horrible conditions.
The Bohemian Girl (1936)
Stan (Stan Laurel) and Ollie (Oliver Hardy) travel with a band of 18th-century Gypsies holding a nobleman's daughter.
Traveling Man (1989)
A middle-aged traveling salesman's (John Lithgow) new partner is a 20-ish hustler (Jonathan Silverman) who cannot be trusted.
Viva la Vie! (1983)
Authorities investigate after an industrialist and an unrelated actress suddenly disappear. Directed by Claude Lelouch.