Bulletface (2010)

Bulletface is a 2010 American action thriller film directed by Albert Pyun. The screenplay was written by Randall Fontana, who had previously collaborated with Pyun on Hong Kong '97.

Liao zhai Jin Ping Mei (1991)

Bibi Blocksberg und das Geheimnis der blauen Eulen (2004)

Felix Trifles with Time (1925)

Felix the Cat Trifles with Time also referred to as Felix Trifles with Time is a 1925 animated, black and white, silent short film by Pat Sullivan Studios, featuring Felix the Cat. Produced by E. W. Hammons, it featured the work of the animator Otto Messmer. It was the first cartoon of the series to be distributed by Educational Pictures.

Sister Game (2014)

Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters Returns vs. Dôbutsu Sentai Go-Busters (2013)

Grey Crow (2015)

Pension Boulanka (1964)

Die Rosenkönigin (2007)

Harodim (2012)

Harodim is a 2012 is a thriller movie that was written and directed by Paul Finelli. Paul Finelli is both a writer and producer who also directed Ride and Der Atem des Himmels (2010). The film is A Terra Mater Factual Studios production, in association with Tomcat Prods., Finger Films. The film stars Peter Fonda, Michael Desante, and Travis Fimmel, and was filmed in Austria.

The Chinese Parrot (1927)

The Chinese Parrot (1927) is a silent film, the second in the Charlie Chan series. It was directed by Paul Leni and starred Japanese actor Sōjin Kamiyama as Chan. The film is an adaptation of the 1926 Earl Derr Biggers novel The Chinese Parrot. It is considered a lost film. The film is presumed to be lost. Another version of the story was filmed in 1934, entitled The Courage of Charlie Chan.

How High Is Up? (1927)

How High is Up? is the 48th short film released by Columbia Pictures in 1940 starring American slapstick comedy team The Three Stooges (Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Curly Howard). The comedians released 190 short films for the studio between 1934 and 1959.

Let the Scream Be Heard (2015)

While Paris Sleeps (1923)

While Paris Sleeps (1923) is a film based on the novel The Glory of Love by Leslie Beresford (a.k.a. Pan), directed by Maurice Tourneur, and starring Lon Chaney and John Gilbert. The film is believed to be lost.

Mi in (2000)

Dire Straits: On the Night (1993)

Meine Freundin Josefine (1942)

Nemesis (2010)

Nemesis is a 2010 German drama film, marking the last work of Ulrich Mühe and the feature film debut of writer-director Nicole Mosleh. It tells the story of an estranged couple, played by the late Mühe and Susanne Lothar, who were a couple in real life. The film was shot in 2006 in Italy. While the film was in post-production, Ulrich Mühe was diagnosed with cancer and subsequently died before the film was finished. A legal battle with his widow prevented a release of the film for three years. It premiered at the Hof International Film Festival in Germany in 2010.

Nevěsta (1970)

Huling Sayaw (1997)

The Lavender List (2006)

Allucinazione! (2011)

The Song You Gave Me (1933)

Set in Vienna, this lively musical comedy stars Bebe Daniels as an actress who falls in love with her secretary, but has difficulty in persuading him to propose to her.

A Voice from the Lantern (2009)

Miao jie shi san mei (1993)

Haiti. Untitled (1996)

In Memoriam (2011)

In Memoriam is the 1977 Spanish directorial debut of Enrique Brasó. The film is based on a story by the Argentine writer, Adolfo Bioy Casares. The film explores the thwarted romance between Julio (José Luis Gómez) and Paulina (Geraldine Chaplin). Brasó collaborated with Chaplin again, as a writer in In the City Without Limits (2002) and Oculto (2005). In Memoriam was released in Spain on 2 September 1977.

Youth Aflame (1944)

The Southern Cross (2003)

The Southern Cross (Spanish: La cruz del sur) is a 2003 Argentine drama film directed by Pablo Reyero. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2003 Cannes Film Festival.

Me and My Dick (2009)

Two Cops 2 (1996)

Palipat-lipat, papalit-palit (1982)

Ingmarsarvet (1925)

Ingmar's Inheritance (German: Ingmarsarvet) is a 1925 Swedish silent drama film directed by Gustaf Molander and starring Lars Hanson , Conrad Veidt and John Ekman.The film's sets were designed by the art director Vilhelm Bryde.

Rettai Vaal Kuruvi (1987)

The Plumber (1914)

Samardhudu (2009)

Pazuzu (2013)

Dos cartas a Ana (2011)

I sogni nel cassetto (1957)

Dreams in a Drawer (Italian: I sogni nel cassetto) is a 1957 Italian romantic drama film written and directed by Renato Castellani and starring Lea Massari.

Hantu Nan Sempit (2014)

Jokosei no zekkyô (1967)

All's Fair at the Fair (1947)

All's Fair at the Fair is a seven-minute cartoon released in 1938. A Color Classic produced by Max Fleischer, it was distributed by Paramount.

Edo komachi: In no utage (1972)

Document porno: Himo (1973)

Robin Hoody Woody (1962)

Rhythm in Light (1934)

D' Fightin' Ones (1961)

D' Fightin' Ones is a 1961 Merrie Melodies cartoon starring Sylvester and an unnamed bulldog. The cartoon was directed by Friz Freleng. It is a parody of The Defiant Ones, a movie about two escaped inmates—one black, one white—who are shackled to each other.

About Me: A Musical (1971)

Searching (1974)

Paku Pontianak (2013)

Immortal Love (1966)

Tulip (1998)

Jintai-mokei no yuru (1996)

Jan Gintberg: Fremtid.nu (2009)

Strähl (2004)

Strähl is a 2004 Swiss film directed by Manuel Flurin Hendry. The plot takes place in Zürich, at the notorious Langstrasse.

Madness on Wheels: Rallying's Craziest Years (2012)

Fighting to Win (1926)

Laan mig din kone (1957)

Laan mig din kone is a 1957 Danish comedy film directed by Preben Neergaard and Anker Sørensen and starring Gunnar Lauring.

Le temps détruit (1985)

Romeo's Kiss (2007)

Pickpock ne craint pas les entraves (1909)

Chief Serenbe (2010)

Meu nome é Dindi (2008)

Nurse-Mates (1940)

Dove vai tutta nuda? (1969)

Dove vai tutta nuda?, internationally released as Where Are You Going All Naked?, is a 1969 Italian comedy film directed by Pasquale Festa Campanile.

We Will All Go to Paris (1950)

We Will All Go to Paris (French:Nous irons à Paris) is a 1950 French comedy film directed by Jean Boyer and starring Ray Ventura, Philippe Lemaire and Françoise Arnoul.

Two Crows from Tacos (1956)

Flüchtlinge (1933)

Flüchtlinge (Refugees) is a 1933 German film depicting Volga German refugees persecuted by the Bolsheviks on the Sino-Russian border in Manchuria in 1928. The film was directed by Gustav Ucicky and starred Hans Albers, Käthe von Nagy and Eugen Klöpfer. The screenplay was written by Gerhard Menzel and was based on his own novel of the same title. It was the first movie to win the state prize, and Goebbels praised it as among those films that, while they did not explicitly cite National Socialist principles, nevertheless embodied its spirit, a new film reflecting the ideal of their national revolution. The refugees are rescued by a heroic German leader much like the Führer; the symbolism is obviously intended to emulate Adolf Hitler although its hero, being blond and athletic, represented the physical ideal much more clearly. He is disgusted by "November Germany", and devotes himself to the ideal of "true Germany". He off-handedly disposes of some refugees as worthless, and demands complete obedience from all others. The death of a boy deeply devoted to him moves him, as dying for a cause is something he would wish for himself, in keeping with Nazi glorification of heroic death. Their Communist persecutors are portrayed simply as brutal murderers, typical of works prior to the Molotov–Ribbentrop Pact (and again after its breach). The film was shown for some time after the pact, owing to bureaucratic oversight, complicating the efforts of Nazi propaganda.

Ela Sonhou que Eu Morri (2011)

Katucha (1950)

Sathu (2009)

A Swiss Miss (1951)

Rhythm on the Reservation (1939)

Rhythm on the Reservation is a 1939 Fleischer Studios animated short film directed by Dave Fleischer and starring Betty Boop. The short was the final theatrical appearance of Betty until her 1988 cameo in Who Framed Roger Rabbit.

Astronomeous (1928)

The Blue Elephant (2014)

The Blue Elephant is a 2014 Egyptian Drama/Horror/Mystery film produced and directed by Marwan Hamed in Cairo, Egypt. The story was originally translated into film from an Arabic novel written by the famous Egyptian writer Ahmed Mourad, and starring Egyptian actors Karim Abdel Aziz, Khaled El Sawy and Nelly Karim. The film talks about a man called Yehia, who voluntarily comes out of isolation after five years, to resume his service in El-Abbaseya psychiatric hospital, where he is in charge of evaluating the mental health of the criminally insane.

Let's Do Things (1931)

Two idiots take Thelma and Zasu to a nightclub.

Love and Hostages (2016)

Two strangers meet in a bar and have too many drinks. The next morning they cannot remember what happened the night before and are forced to spend more time together when the the building goes into police lockdown.

Manhole (2014)

Manhole is a 2014 South Korean thriller directed by Shin Jae-young.

Child of the Big City (1914)

The Girl from the Street is a 1914 short film directed by Yevgeni Bauer.

The Green Fairy (2015)

The history of absinthe from 1730 to 1915.

Rigoberta Menchu: Daughter of the Maya (2016)

Rigoberta Menchu, winner of the 1984 Nobel Peace Prize, came from a remote section of Guatemala, survived a genocide and eventually became the voice of her people around the world.

Everything Or Nothing (2007)

Lynny (Natasha Melnick) is a drug whore. Living from fix to fix in a seedy dump with her abusive boyfriend and turning tricks to support their heroin habit, Lynny wakes up one day to realize that she's on the fast track to an early grave.

Antes que cante el gallo (2016)

Carmín is a teenager who lives in Barranquitas, a mountainous village in the center of Puerto Rico, with her tough and conservative grandmother. Carmín dreams of moving to the city, San Juan, with her mother but she just got remarried and is leaving for the US without her. Then, the arrival of her father after long years in prison eases Carmín’s profound sadness. The relationship with him, however, brings its own ambiguousness and complexities. Now the girl must learn to live between abandonment and carefulness; amidst desire and love to experience the deepest absence.

Haunted Mansion (2015)

A girl who has the ability to see ghosts spends the night in a haunted mansion with her classmates.

Eric Clapton: Live in Hyde Park (1997)

Live In Hyde Park is concert film recorded by blues-rock guitarist Eric Clapton on 29 June 1996 in London's Hyde Park. The concert was presented by the MasterCard Masters of Music for The Prince's Trust and featured songs from right across his career. The VHS of the footage from the concert was released in 1997, followed by a DVD version in 2001.

Onks Viljoo näkyny? (1988)

Onks' Viljoo näkyny? is a 1988 Finnish comedy film directed by Hannu Seikkula.

Kummeli Goldrush (1997)

Kummeli: Kultakuume is a 1997 Finnish comedy film starring Heikki Hela, Heikki Silvennoinen, Timo Kahilainen and Heikki Vihinen, stars of the Finnish sketch-series Kummeli. This was their second cinema-release after 1995's Kummeli: Stories. Kultakuume has a single plot whereas Stories was composed of long-sketches.

Shin Chan: The Adult Empire Strikes Back (2001)

Crayon Shin-chan: Fierceness That Invites Storm! The Adult Empire Strikes Back is a Japanese anime film released in 2001. It is the ninth installment of the Crayon Shin-chan series. The name is a reference to The Empire Strikes Back. It was released as Crayon Shinchan The Movie: Counter Attacking the Adult's Empire with English subtitles on VCD and DVD by PMP Entertainment.

It's Not Just You, Murray! (1964)

It's Not Just You, Murray! (1964) is a short film directed by Martin Scorsese.

Häpy Endkö? Eli kuinka Uuno Turhapuro sai niin kauniin ja rikkaan vaimon (1977)

Häpy Endkö? Eli kuinka Uuno Turhapuro sai niin kauniin ja rikkaan vaimon is a Finnish 1977 comedy film written by Spede Pasanen and directed by Ere Kokkonen. It is the fourth film in the Uuno Turhapuro series. Its title translates to "A Happy End? Or how Uuno Turhapuro got such a beautiful and rich wife".

Uuno Turhapuro (1973)

Uuno Turhapuro is a 1973 Finnish film directed by Ere Kokkonen, and the first, black and white Uuno Turhapuro film. It stars Vesa-Matti Loiri, Marjatta Raita, Pertti Pasanen, and Simo Salminen.

What on Earth Have I Done Wrong?! (2007)

What on Earth Have I Done Wrong?! is a 2007 Taiwanese comedy film directed, co-written, and co-produced by Doze Niu, starring himself as struggling film director-producer "Doze Niu", in his feature film debut. Billed as "an honest outlook inside Doze Niu's life and Taiwan's entertainment industry", the low-budget mockumentary was shot mainly home movie-style with little background music. Most of the actors portrayed themselves.

Lesbo (1969)

Le Festin de Balthazar (1910)

Britain Prepared (1915)

Britain Prepared (1915) is a British documentary feature film. The film is silent and made in black-and-white with some colour sequences in the Kinemacolor additive color process.

Kornet er i fare (1945)

Batbabe: The Dark Nightie (2009)

Minna von Barnhelm (1962)

A Bargain for a Bargain (1977)

Between Heaven and Earth (1960)

Between Heaven and Earth is a 1960 Egyptian comedy film directed by Salah Abu Seif