Rishtey (2002)

Rishtey is an Indian Hindi drama film released on 6 December 2002. The film directed by Indra Kumar stars Anil Kapoor, Karisma Kapoor, Shilpa Shetty and Amrish Puri in the lead roles. The film had an average collection at the box office.

25 Hill (2011)

25 Hill is a 2011 drama film written and directed by Corbin Bernsen about the All-American Soap Box Derby, the championships of which are held each August in Akron, OH. It stars Nathan Gamble, Corbin Bernsen, Maureen Flannigan, and Ralph Waite.

247°F (2011)

247°F is a suspense thriller directed by Levan Bakhia and Beqa Jguburia. Cast members include Scout Taylor-Compton, Travis Van Winkle, Christina Ulloa, Michael Copon and Tyler Mane. It was filmed in Tbilisi, Georgia and wrapped in July, 2011. It received its first international release date in Georgia on 1 September 2011. The film is about a group of friends who get trapped in a sauna. 247°F was released on UK DVD and Blu-ray on the 18th March, from Anchor Bay Entertainment.

Jeong Seung Pil Mystery (2009)

A fund manager's seductive fiancee is the prime suspect in his disappearance.

Cruise Into Terror (1978)

Cruise Into Terror is a 1978 American made-for-television horror film starring Dirk Benedict, John Forsythe, Frank Converse, Ray Milland and Stella Stevens. Directed by Bruce Kessler, it originally premiered February 3, 1978 on ABC.

Shepherd on the Rock (1993)

A developer tries to take over a Scottish shepherd's land.

Coming Unglued (1999)

Believing their parents are divorcing, siblings follow their father (Judge Reinhold) to Chicago to ruin his job interview.

The Almost Guys (2006)

The Almost Guys is a 2004 American comedy film written and directed by Eric Fleming, produced by Andrea Michaud and starring an ensemble cast. It was filmed on 35mm in Southern California. Film locations included Los Angeles, Lancaster, Long Beach, Upland and Downey. Worldwide rights to the independently produced film were acquired by National Lampoon.

Instructions for a Light and Sound Machine (2006)

An attempt to transform a Roman Western into a Greek tragedy.

While We're Young (2015)

A middle-aged couple's career and marriage are overturned when a disarming young couple enters their lives.

Days of Fury (1980)

Vincent Price narrates a historical survey of disaster and catastrophe.

Family Plan (1997)

Family Plan is a 1997 American comedy film directed by Fred Gerber. It stars Leslie Nielsen, Judge Reinhold, and Eddie Bowz. It is the second movie in which Nielsen portrayed Harry Haber, the first being Rent-a-Kid.

The Elevator (1974)

The Elevator is a made-for-television suspense film that first aired on February 9, 1974 as an ABC Movie of the Week.

The Green Girl (2014)

The life and career of actress, director and aviator Susan Oliver.

A Woman, a Part (2017)

Can you rewrite a life? Burnt out on her career, successful LA actress Anna abruptly walks off her mind-numbing, sexist network show. She runs away to New York, hoping to reconnect with two old friends, former theater collaborators she'd abandoned for Hollywood who now find themselves struggling to survive in the rapidly gentrifying city. As Anna's arrival tears open old wounds all three are forced to reckon with their past and uncertain futures.

Woman in Deep (2016)

When a woman calls a suicide prevention hotline, she is put on hold.

Fatherhood 101 (2013)

Philosophies and perspectives on fatherhood, including stories of love, hardship and selflessness.

Call Me Marianna (2015)

Marianna prepares for gender reassignment surgery.

The Cisco Kid in Old New Mexico (1945)

In Old New Mexico is a 1945 American western drama film. Released on May 15, 1945, it was the second of three Cisco Kid films made that year with Duncan Renaldo as Cisco and Martin Garralaga as Pancho. In this release, Cisco's real name is Juan Carlos Francisco Antonio. This version depicting Cisco as a road bandit is closer to the original Cisco character created by O. Henry in his 1907 short story "The Caballero's Way". Cisco and Pancho abduct Ellen Roth (Kenyon) when they hold up a stage coach. Once she tells her sad story about being a nurse being framed for murder of her charge, by the deceased's nephew Will Hastings (Willis), they agree to help clear her name. As part of trapping Hastings, they demand a $10,000 ransom to release Roth. The ransom is immediately paid, and Roth is turned over to the sheriff. Running a fake newspaper story claiming the release of Roth by the sheriff, Cisco offers to kill Roth for Hastings. Roth is eventually cleared of the murder. The film was preceded by the April 3 release of The Cisco Kid Returns, which revealed Cisco's name to be Juan Francisco Hernandez, and was followed by South of the Rio Grande on September 15, with Cisco's name again being Juan Francisco Hernandez. Martin Garralaga appears in both as Pancho.

Feeding Mr. Baldwin (2013)

Worried that an inconvenient corpse will ruin his chance at full-time employment, a house-sitter (Dalton Leeb) coerces his friend (Anil Margsahayam) into helping him dispose of the body before the homeowner returns.

Plasterhead (2007)

Four college students travel to backwoods West Virginia where a local legend terrorizes townspeople.

Se Puder... Dirija! (2013)

Se Puder... Dirija! is a 2013 Brazilian comedy film directed by Paulo Fontenelle and starring Luís Fernando Guimarães. It's the first Brazilian live action 3D format movie.

Should Ladies Behave (1933)

Should Ladies Behave is a 1933 American Pre-Code comedy film directed by Harry Beaumont and written by Bella Spewack and Sam Spewack. The film stars Lionel Barrymore, Alice Brady, Conway Tearle, Katharine Alexander and Mary Carlisle. The film was released on December 1, 1933, by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.

Three Little Pigs (1933)

In this Academy Award winning short, the Three Little Pigs each build a house; one of straw, one of sticks, one of wolf-proof bricks. The Big Bad Wolf comes along and blows away the straw and stick homes. All three pigs seek refuge in Practical Pig’s brick house which the wolf is unable to blow down. This program is presented as originally created. It may contain outdated cultural depictions.

Emotional Backgammon (2003)

Emotional Backgammon is a 2003 British independent comedy-drama about couples strategizing to repair relationships, with unexpected results. The film was written by Leon Herbert and Matthew Hope, directed by Herbert, and stars Herbert, Wil Johnson, Daniela Lavender, and Jacqueline de Peza. It is Herbert's first feature-length film. During its development it was featured on UK Channel 4's Movie Virgins series; upon its release, it received mixed reviews.

Champagne Charlie (1936)

Champagne Charlie is a 1936 Drama directed by James Tinling and starring Paul Cavanagh and Helen Wood.

Xypna, Vasili! (1969)

Based on the play by Dimitris Psathas.

How to Re-Establish a Vodka Empire (2012)

Dan Edelstyn tracks down his lost Jewish Ukrainian heritage and attempts to relaunch his great grandfather's once-glorious vodka empire.

The Hangman (2017)

The life of the hangman responsible for executing Nazis.

Identity Card (2010)

Občanský průkaz (English: National Identity Card) is a 2010 Czech comedy film by Ondřej Trojan based on a story by Petr Šabach. The film premiered on 21 October 2010. The story, which takes place in Prague in the years 1974–77, tells about a group of fellow students: Peter, Cinderella, Ales and Mita. The film begins when Peter receives his identity card on his fifteenth birthday.

Oysters at Nam Kee's (2002)

Oysters at Nam Kee's is a 2002 Dutch drama film, directed by Pollo de Pimentel, starring Katja Schuurman and Egbert Jan Weeber.

Happiness (1957)

Happiness (Spanish: Felicidad) is a 1956 Mexican drama film directed by Alfonso Corona Blake. It was entered into the 7th Berlin International Film Festival.

Win/Win (2010)

A nobody at an investment bank becomes successful overnight and gradually becomes estranged from his former life.

The Albanian (2010)

The Albanian (German: Der Albaner, Albanian: Shqiptari) is a 2010 German and Albanian drama film directed by Johannes Naber and starring the Albanian award-winning Nik Xhelilaj.

Boxhagener Platz (2010)

Boxhagener Platz is a 2010 German comedy film directed by Matti Geschonneck.

Miss Kicki (2009)

Miss Kicki is a 2009 Swedish-Taiwanese co-production film. It was Norwegian-Taiwanese director Håkon Liu's first motion picture.

ClarkWorld (2009)

The life of Bob Clark, director of "A Christmas Story."

How to Fold a Flag (2009)

In this follow-up to their documentary "Gunner Palace," filmmakers Michael Tucker and Petra Epperlein focus on the return home of four soldiers from the Iraq War. The veterans are a heavy-metal rocker trying to laugh off the experience, a cage fighter embittered by a dishonorable discharge, a student going back to finish college, and a prospective Congressman. They were all at war together in the same artillery unit, but now must find peace on their own.

Victor and Victoria (1933)

Viktor and Viktoria (German: Viktor und Viktoria) is a 1933 German musical comedy film directed by Reinhold Schünzel, starring Renate Müller as a woman pretending to be a female impersonator. At the same time Schünzel shot the film in a French-language version as George and Georgette starring Meg Lemonnier and a French cast. In 1935 Michael Balcon produced an English version First a Girl directed by Victor Saville and starring Jessie Matthews and Sonnie Hale. There was a remake Victor and Victoria in West-Germany by Karl Anton in 1957. In 1982 Blake Edwards remade the film as Victor Victoria and then based a stage musical on the film both starring Julie Andrews.

Weekend with My Mother (2009)

Weekend with my Mother is a 2009 Romanian drama film directed by Stere Gulea.

Candyman (2011)

CANDYMAN tells the amazing true story of David Klein who came up with the concept of Jelly Belly jellybeans.

Nightfur (2011)

Nightfur is a 2011 New Wave science fiction film. The movie was released in North America and the UK on December 20, 2011 by Vanguard. It stars Jeter Rhodes, Creighton Barrett, and Jana Danae. The feature film blends new wave cinema, romance, and mysticism with science fiction and fantasy. Nightfur features music by Band Of Horses, The Parson Redheads, The Stevenson Ranch Davidians, Lucy Langlas, The Karabal Nightlife, and more.

Go (2007)

Go is a Bollywood film starring Gautam Gupta, Nisha Kothari and Kay Kay Menon in the lead roles. It is directed by Manish Srivastav and produced by Ram Gopal Varma.

Scorpio Men On Prozac (2010)

Young men have different experiences with mood enhancers.

Nokia: A Decent Factory (2005)

As industrial production continues moving to countries with cheaper labor, some firms doing the "outsourcing" are trying to make sure their plants abroad are complying with safety regulations and that workers are treated fairly. One such corporation is Nokia, which in this documentary sends ethics experts to a site in China to investigate workers' conditions. What follows is as much an expose of a Chinese factory as a fascinating juxtaposition of Eastern and Western business practices.

How Arnold Won the West (2004)

In the 2003 special election, Gov. Gray Davis faces replacement in California's big chair by movie star Arnold Schwarzenegger. As this documentary shows, the obstacles facing the erstwhile "Terminator" are both serious and colorful: allegations of poor behavior with women, and opponents including a porn star and actor Gary Coleman. The film portrays the election as a movie-worthy spectacle, but also offers proof that sometimes even the most elaborate art can't hold a candle to real life.

Steve + Sky (2004)

Steve + Sky is a 2004 Belgian comedy-drama film directed and written by Felix Van Groeningen and starring Titus De Voogdt, Delfine Bafort and Johan Heldenbergh.

Cash Crop (2010)

Filmmaker Adam Ross examines how marijuana can benefit the U.S. economy.

Sister Smile (2009)

Sister Smile (original title: Sœur Sourire) is a Belgian-French biographical drama film directed by Stijn Coninx and written by Coninx, Ariane Fert and Chris Vander Stappen. The film stars Cécile de France as Jeanine Deckers (also known as The Singing Nun). The film won the Magritte Award for Best Costume Design.

The Dolphin: Story of a Dreamer (2009)

Daniel the dolphin abandons the safety of his pod to explore the ocean and discover the purpose of his life.

The Harimaya Bridge (2009)

The Harimaya Bridge is a 2009 film written and directed by American filmmaker Aaron Woolfolk. It was filmed in Kōchi Prefecture, Japan and San Francisco, California, U.S.A. The film had a nationwide theatrical release in Japan in 2009 and an independent theatrical release in the United States in 2010. The film was released on DVD in Japan at the end of 2009 and was released on DVD and video-on-demand in the United States in 2011. The title references the Harimaya bridge in Kochi city, which is connected to a well-known Japanese story about forbidden love. The film is produced by Ko Mori and Aaron Woolfolk. Executive producers are Danny Glover, Naoshi Yoda, and John Kim. Co-producers are Muneyuki Kii and Tatsuya Kimura. Associate producers are James Lane and Lee Rudnicki. The film's theme song, "Shūten: Kimi no Ude no Naka", was sung by Japanese singer Misono, who released the song as her 13th single.

Reagan (2011)

Family members, biographers and historians discuss the life and legacy of the 40th president of the United States, Ronald Reagan.

The Hairdresser (2010)

The Hairdresser (German: Die Friseuse) is a 2010 German comedy film directed by Doris Dörrie.

Reflex Action (2002)

A Gulf War soldier (Michael Baldoz) battles members of a drug ring who want to buy his father's property.

Girlfriends (1993)

A lesbian couple makes money by seducing guys and killing them.

Melodrama Habibi (2008)

Melodrama Habibi, the first feature film by Lebanese director Hany Tamba, is a 2008 Lebanese film. The film is set to be released on August 13, 2008 in France and Belgium.

The Golden Bed (1925)

The Golden Bed is a 1925 American silent drama film directed by Cecil B. DeMille. It is based on a novel, Tomorrow's Bread, by Wallace Irwin. Jeanie MacPherson wrote the screenplay. Prints of the film survive in the film archive at George Eastman House.

Head Case (2007)

Head Case is a 2007 pseudo-documentary film (cinéma vérité) horror film written and directed by Anthony Spadaccini. The film is presented as a collection of home movies from serial killers Wayne and Andrea Montgomery, middle-class suburban residents of Claymont, Delaware who film their sadistic crimes.

Just Me and You (1978)

Just Me and You is a 1978 television film. It was written by Louise Lasser and directed by John Erman.

Otherworld (2003)

Y Mabinogi (English title Otherworld: not a literal translation) is a 2003 Welsh film based on a series of Welsh tales written by bards in the Middle Ages. It is mostly animated, although the very beginning and end sequences are live action. It follows three main characters who find themselves moving from their world in West Wales to the setting of the tales of Welsh mythology known as the Four Branches of the Mabinogi (Welsh: Pedair Cainc y Mabinogi, often referred to as simply Y Mabinogi), from which the film's title is derived. The film is available in both Welsh and English language versions, as is the graphic novel on which the film is based.

The Wronged Man (2010)

Top-rated movie based on the true story of Calvin Willis (Mahershalalhashbaz Ali), who spent over 20 years in prison after being wrongly convicted of raping a 10-year-old girl. Certain of her client’s innocence, legal secretary Janet Gregory (Julia Ormond ) works tirelessly to see that justice is finally served in this gripping true story.

The Darkening (2012)

A young man returns to his hometown to rid himself of the nightmares that have plagued him since he witnessed his mother's murder. As soon as they move in, a stranger begins killing townspeople and the man must prove he is not the killer.

The Birth of Love (1993)

La Naissance de l'amour is a 1993 drama film directed by Philippe Garrel. Garrel also wrote the screenplay together with his long-time collaborators Muriel Cerf and Marc Cholodenko.

After the Battle (2012)

After the Battle is a 2012 Egyptian drama film written by Omar Shama and directed by Yousry Nasrallah. The film competed for the Palme d'Or at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival.

The End Of Time (2012)

The End of Time is a 2012 Swiss-Canadian documentary film written and directed by Peter Mettler on the loose subject of time.

Transfixed (2001)

A cross-dresser (Robinson Stvenin) gets mixed up in a police investigation of a serial killer who targets transvestites and prostitutes.

Love Phobia (2006)

Love Phobia is a 2006 South Korean romance drama film directed by Kang Ji-eun and starring Kang Hye-jung and Cho Seung-woo.

Sur (2002)

Sur – The Melody of Life is 2002 Hindi film starring Lucky Ali and Gauri Karnik in the main leads. Its co-stars are Simone Singh, Achint Kaur, Ehsaan Khan, Divya Dutta, Nitin, and Harsh Vashisht. This movie is loosely based on a 1992 Telugu musical hit film Swati Kiranam.

Nenette (2010)

Nénette is a 2010 French documentary film about a 40-year-old female orangutan living in the menagerie of the Jardin des Plantes, (the zoo in Paris, France). The film, directed by Nicolas Philibert presents an intimate portrait of the ape, originally from Borneo, who has spent most of her life in captivity. In accord with the Cinéma vérité style of Philibert's earlier works, the camera rests on Nénette and her son Tübo in their glass-fronted enclosure. We hear the conversations and see the reflections of the zoo visitors in the glass as they regard Nénette, a mother of four who has survived three mates.

Short Kilts (1924)

Short Kilts is a 1924 American silent comedy film starring Stan Laurel.

Dis diefthyntis (1964)

A young architect and his stern boss fall in love.

Whispering Pages (1994)

A young man haunts the streets of 19th century Saint Petersburg while he's looking for meaning.

To Play or to Die (1990)

To Play or to Die is a 1990 Dutch gay-related psychological drama film directed by Frank Krom in his directorial debut and co-written by Krom and Anne van de Putte based on a story by Anna Blaman.

The Very Very Big Company (2008)

La très très grande entreprise (English title: The Very Very Big Company) is a French comedy film directed by Pierre Jolivet and released in France in November 2008. It is an indirect follow-up to his film Ma petite entreprise, the story of which is set nine years before that of La très très grande entreprise.

Victor (2009)

Victor is a 2009 French feature film, a comedy. It was directed by Thomas Gilou. It is an adaptation of a novel by French author Michèle Fitoussi, who has also been a magazine editor.

Spyware (2009)

A spy goes into a jungle to retrieve secret codes.

Black Box Affair - Il mondo trema (1966)

Black Box Affair (Italian: Black Box Affair - Il mondo trema, Spanish: Amenaza black box) is a 1966 Italian-Spanish Eurospy film written and directed by Marcello Ciorciolini and starring Craig Hill (at his only spy film) and Teresa Gimpera. Hill first met Gimpera in this film, and the couple got married shortly later. It is one of the rare films of the time depicting an alliance between Russians and Americans to face a higher menace.

The Alley Cats (1966)

The Alley Cats is a 1966 American drama, comedy, cult film directed by Radley Metzger.

Bye Bye Blondie (2012)

Bye Bye Blondie is a 2012 French comedy film directed by Virginie Despentes.

The Baroness and the Pig (2002)

To the dismay of her friends and husband (Colm Feore), a wealthy Frenchwoman (Patricia Clarkson) takes in a girl (Caroline Dhavernas) who was raised in the wild.

Shell Shock (2009)

Tom witnesses something horrible while serving abroad and lives a nomadic existence.

The Brotherhood IV: the Complex (2005)

The Brotherhood IV: The Complex is a 2005 film directed by David DeCoteau and starring Sebastian Gacki, April Telek, and Charlie Marsh. It is the fourth of the Brotherhood series of homoerotic horror films that started with The Brotherhood.

Pass the Gravy (1928)

Pass the Gravy is a 1928 short comedy silent film directed by Fred Guiol and supervised by Leo McCarey. It stars Max Davidson, Gene Morgan, Spec O'Donnell, Martha Sleeper, and Bert Sprotte. The movie was produced by Hal Roach and distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corporation. The film has been deemed "culturally significant" by the Library of Congress and selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry.

Criminal Intent (2005)

Devon Major (Sebastian Spence) is charged with murdering his ex-wife after he finds her body in her house. He asks Susan Grace (Vanessa Angel), his wife's best friend and a former criminal lawyer, to defend him.

Zolar (2004)

Three teenage athletes try to protect a powerful alien from evil extraterrestrials trying to steal its life force.

Accident On Hill Road (2009)

Accident on Hill Road is a 2009 Bollywood film, directed by Mahesh Nair and produced by Nari Hira, starring Farooq Sheikh, Abhimanyu Singh, Celina Jaitly. The film is an authorised remake of the 2007 American film Stuck, which is based on the true story of Chante Mallard.

12 Dogs Of Christmas: Great Puppy Rescue (2012)

The dogs of Doverville are in trouble again... but Emma O'Conner (Danielle Chuchran) is back to save them in a song-filled, seasonal extravaganza. Mean-spirited mogul Finneas James (Sean Patrick Flanery) plots to shut down the local puppy orphanage, unless Emma can come up with the money to save it. With the help of some friends, she races against time to put together a musical holiday event that just might save the day. Don't miss the new chapter in this heartwarming saga.

L'intrépide (1975)

An embittered surgeon hires a gangster to kill his overbearing fiance.

Nightingale In A Music Box (2002)

Government agents interrogate an amnesiac woman (Catherine O'Connor) who breached security at a biotechnology firm.

After Freedom (2004)

An Armenian-American (Mic Tomasi) deals with problems related to his widowed father (Greg Satamian) and troubled friend.

Two Of A Kind (1982)

A young mentally impaired man (Robby Benson) tries to rehabilitate his beloved grandfather (George Burns), deteriorating in a nursing home.

Ammahit phitsawat (2006)

A voyeuristic rapist (Sarunyu Wongkrachang) pursues a beautiful young woman (Bongkoj Khongmalai).

Cane Toads: An Unnatural History (1988)

Cane Toads: An Unnatural History (1988) is a 47-minute documentary film about the introduction of Cane Toads to Australia. Cane Toads were introduced to Australia with the aim of controlling a sugar cane pest, the cane beetle, but they over-multiplied and became a serious problem in the Australian ecosystem. It is often humorous, and is used in high schools and colleges as a complement to curricula in biology, ecology, environmental science, anthropology, geography, and communication. It was filmed in Cairns and Gordonvale in Queensland. The film was nominated for a BAFTA Film Award for Best Short Film. It is distributed in the United States by Radio Pictures. Unusual for a film considered a cult classic, Cane Toads performed very well during its theatrical release. For almost 20 years Cane Toads: An Unnatural History held the title of top grossing non-IMAX documentary for the Australian box office. It remains easily in the top ten today even with the IMAX films included. Released in March 1988, it is recorded as bringing in $613,910 Australian dollars (not adjusted for inflation).

Dream Home (2006)

Dream Home is the story of the Cromiers, young married migrant workers who discover they have just moved into the wrong town and the wrong house. After falling in love with an old fanciful antebellum home in the backwoods of Louisiana, they quickly find out that they aren't the only ones �living' there. This �Dream Home' is full of disturbing and unnatural incidents, proving Evil has found its way back home.

Hellblock 13 (1999)

Debbie Rochon (Terror Firmer) and Gunnar Hanson (The Texas Chainsaw Massacre) star in this anthology of terror from the depths of Death Row!

Set Off (2008)

In this charming crime comedy, Cui, a stout everyman down on his luck looking to leave Beijing, gets tangled up with a drunken girl on the way to the airport. What follows is a bickering rollercoaster ride with local thugs and a suitcase of cash.

Barren Lives (1963)

Vidas Secas ([ˈvi.tas ˈse.kas], meaning "Barren lives"; Pre-Reform spelling: Vidas Sêcas) is a 1963 Brazilian drama film directed by Nelson Pereira dos Santos, and based on the 1938 novel of the same name by Graciliano Ramos. It tells the story of a poverty-stricken family in the dry Brazilian northeast. The film stars Átila Iório, Orlando Macedo, Maria Ribeiro and Jofre Soares. It is one of the key films in the Brazilian Cinema Novo movement. It was entered into the 1964 Cannes Film Festival.

Davy (1958)

Davy is a 1958 British comedy-drama film directed by Michael Relph and starring Harry Secombe, Alexander Knox and Ron Randell. It was the last comedy to be made by Ealing Studios and had the distinction of being the first British film in Technirama. Davy was intended to launch the solo career of Harry Secombe, who was already a popular British radio personality on The Goon Show, but it was only moderately successful.

Another Face (1935)

Another Face is a 1935 film starring Wallace Ford, Brian Donlevy and Phyllis Brooks. A wanted gangster has plastic surgery and becomes an actor.

Zombie Allegiance (2010)

Survivors of Word War III struggle to live while scrounging for food and avoiding zombies.