Killers 2: The Beast (2002)

A woman (Kim Little) tries to escape from a mental institution by killing everyone around her.

Frogs & Toads (2009)

Two children (Nino den Brave, Whitney Franker) take an adventurous trip through the woods.

Killers from Space (1954)

Bug-eyed beings from Astron Delta bring a nuclear scientist (Peter Graves) back to life as a spy.

The Keeper - The Legend of Omar Khayyam (2005)

A 12-year-old (Adam Echahly) hears the story of his ancestor, the poet (Bruno Lastra) and mathematician whose "Rubaiyat" has delighted the world.

Kika (1993)

When Nicholas (Peter Coyote), a famous American author, brings in a cosmetologist named Kika (Verónica Forqué) to prepare the corpse of his recently deceased son, Ramon (Alex Casanovas), Kika inadvertently revives the young man, then falls in love with him. Forces conspire against the couple, though, as Nicholas wants Kika for himself. Kika also must contend with the fact that her maid is sheltering her convict brother in her apartment while tabloid TV show "Today's Worst" covers her romance.

Kafka (1991)

An insurance clerk (Jeremy Irons) must enter a sinister castle to solve a mystery in circa-1919 Prague.

Kansas (1988)

Two teenage guys (Matt Dillon, Andrew McCarthy) rob a Kansas bank and flee, then cross paths later as fugitive and hero.

Knockabout (1979)

A kung-fu master (Sammo Hung) helps two brothers who work as con men.

Koshish (1972)

A deaf and mute couple chisel out a niche for themselves in a desensitized society.

Lone Wolf And Cub: Baby Cart To Hades (1972)

"Lone Wolf and Cub: Baby Cart to Hades" (1973) is the third film in the "Lone Wolf and Cub" series. It is also a Japanese anime based on the manga series of the same name. The title characters are the assassin Ogami Itt? and his son young Daigoro. Ogami battles mercenaries and saves a young woman from life as a prostitute.

The Truce (1997)

Based on his autobiography of the same name, the film details the long and arduous journey home of Italian prisoner of war Primo Levi (John Turturro), after the liberation of Auschwitz at the end of World War II. A chemist before being captured by the Nazis, Levi is one of the first prisoners to leave the concentration camp upon its fall at the hands of Soviet forces in 1945. However, his route back to his home in the Italian city of Turin is torturous, with stops throughout Eastern Europe.

The Last Party (1993)

Filmmakers Mark Benjamin and Marc Levin show Robert Downey Jr. at the 1992 Democratic National Convention.

Laws of Gravity (1992)

Tragedy follows a Brooklyn hoodlum (Peter Greene), his wife (Edie Falco) and his attempt to bail out his violent buddy (Adam Trese).

Leonard Part 6 (1987)

Leonard (Bill Cosby) formerly lived a life of danger as a CIA agent. After retiring, he opened a successful restaurant in San Francisco and is now a millionaire. As he revels in the pleasures of luxury and decadence, Leonard entertains little nostalgia for the perilous adventures of his past. But, when a nefarious vegetarian (Gloria Foster) appears poised to take over the world, Leonard resigns himself to saving humanity and takes up battle against the villainess and her army of killer animals.

My New Partner (1984)

Rene (Philippe Noiret) is a crooked cop in a crime-riddled Parisian neighborhood. Rather than fight crime, he's chosen to go with the flow, and he loves every minute of it: the kickbacks, the shakedowns, the drugs, the booze and the floozies. But when he's partnered with an idealistic new academy graduate, Francois (Thierry Lhermitte), determined to live up to the letter of the law, Rene has to find a way to corrupt his new partner, using gorgeous prostitute Natasha (Grace de Capitani).

The Prize of Peril (1983)

Contestants pit their survival skills against each other in a fight to the death for cash prizes.

Loophole (1954)

An investigator (Charles McGraw) hounds an innocent bank teller (Barry Sullivan) fired for robbing the till.

LouLou (1980)

Young bourgeois Nelly (Isabelle Huppert) is married to her boss Andr (Guy Marchand), whose domineering personality she finds suffocating. Sick of Andr's jealousy and possessiveness, Nelly has a fling with Loulou (Grard Depardieu), a petty crook. Soon she leaves her stunned husband and moves in with the street thug. Her social respectability deteriorates as she transitions from one world to another, discovering in the process that neither really offers any sort of lasting fulfillment.

Loose Shoes (1980)

"Skateboarders From Hell" and Jewish "Star Wars" highlight this parody of Hollywood's coming attractions.

Lucky Lady (1975)

Kibby Womack (Gene Hackman) and Walker Ellis (Burt Reynolds) are two best friends, riding high during Prohibition as the overseers of a major underground liquor distributor. When the men meet singer Claire (Liza Minnelli), who tells them she can get their product into hundreds of establishments, they go into business with her. Things hit a snag, though, when a love triangle develops between the three, complicating matters as they all try to stay one step ahead of the law.

Lies My Father Told Me (1975)

David (Jeffrey Lynas) is a young Jewish boy growing up in Montreal in the 1920s. His father, Harry (Len Birman), a self-consumed inventor who yearns for assimilation and acceptance, is not religious. His loving grandfather Zaida (Yossi Yadin) is devout, with his heart still back on the old continent. Every Sunday, as David and Zaida collect scrap metal in a horse and carriage, grandfather preaches Judaism to grandson. David must come to his own conclusions on his Jewish identity and faith.

Lt. Robin Crusoe U.S.N. (1966)

A Navy pilot (Dick Van Dyke) is marooned on an island with a headhunter's (Akim Tamiroff) daughter (Nancy Kwan) and outcast tribal women.

The Legend of Lobo (1962)

The Old West serves as the backdrop to this chronicle of the adventures and dangers faced in the lifetime of a wolf.

Jekyll and Hyde ... Together Again (1982)

Dr. Jekyll (Mark Blankfield) inhales white powder and becomes an obnoxious Southern Californian.

Just The Way You Are (1984)

Despite her success as a professional flute player and the constant attention of men around her, Susan Berlanger (Kristy McNichol) feels insecure because of her lame right leg. During a European tour, Susan decides to cover her leg with a cast to see how people will react to her as a nondisabled person. At a French ski resort, Susan meets Peter Nichols (Michael Ontkean), an attractive photographer. As the two grow closer, Susan must decide whether to tell Peter about her disability.

Jekyll & Hyde (1990)

A Victorian London doctor (Michael Caine) messes with nature, drinks a potion and frees his bad side.

The James Dean Story (1957)

This profiles the "East of Eden," "Rebel Without a Cause" and "Giant" star who died at 24 in a 1955 car crash.

Just Looking (1999)

It's 1955. Lenny is a 14-year old boy who is totally fascinated by sex. He is too scared to "do it," so he dedicates his summer to seeing two other people do it. Easier said than done. Caught in the act of spying, his mother and stepfather ship him off to spend the summer with his aunt and uncle in "the country" -- Queens. His plan looks like a bust and his summer seems destined for boredom, until he meets a whole new group of friends -- young teens who have a "sex club."

Jogwa - The Awakening (2009)

An Indian woman struggles to free herself from an archaic system of servitude.

Just 45 Minutes From Broadway (2012)

Old family secrets come to light during a family gathering to meet the fiance of the older of two sisters.

Joe The King (1999)

A teen (Noah Fleiss) with an alcoholic, abusive father (Val Kilmer) and a harsh mother (Karen Young) turns to theft to vent his frustrations.

Just A Little Harmless Sex (1999)

A woman (Alison Eastwood) decides to get revenge after she receives a 3 a.m. call from the police because her husband (Robert Mailhouse) picked up a prostitute.

Jungle Emperor Leo (1997)

Greedy humans searching for precious stones enter the habitat of a white lion (Yoshiko Ohta) and his family.

Jacko (1995)

Jack-O is a horror movie. It is about a wizard's revenge. This horror movie features Jack-O. He was a wizard who was put to death long ago for his crimes. He has come back to seek his revenge on the family that kept him from coming back to life. This family has grown and spread out over the years. This wizard is accidentally released and is hunting them down. The focus of this movie is on the revenge of the wizard. The family he hunts has many members in modern times. He wants to get his revenge on all of them.

Judgment (1990)

Based on a true story, this film focuses on a husband and wife -- Pete (Keith Carradine) and Emmeline Guitry (Blythe Danner) -- whose faith in the Roman Catholic Church is rocked when they discover that their child (Michael Faustino) was molested by a priest (David Strathairn). Pete no longer wants to attend church, but Emmeline cannot abandon her faith. Only when they find out that other children were molested, and that the church has covered it up, do they proceed with legal action.

The Jayne Mansfield Story (1980)

She (Loni Anderson) becomes a Hollywood sex symbol of the 1950s and marries bodybuilder Mickey Hargitay (Arnold Schwarzenegger).

Jacques Brel Is Alive And Well And Living In Paris (1975)

This movie musical, an adaptation of the cult-favorite off-Broadway revue, presents dramatic English versions of songs by revered Belgian singer-songwriter Jacques Brel. With no overarching narrative, the film shifts considerably in tone and visuals from tune to tune, inventively evoking Brel's dark humor and his obsessions with death, depravity and hedonism. The production also features segments with puppets, adding to the show's highly eccentric atmosphere.

A Dream of Passion (1978)

An actress (Melina Mercouri) preparing for a stage version of "Medea" meets a mother (Ellen Burstyn) who killed her three children.

Knuckle (2011)

Twelve years. Three clans. One war.

I Melt With You (2011)

Four college pals reminisce about their glory days during a sex-and-drug-fueled retreat, but events take a dark turn when they are faced with a secret from the past.

I Want You (1998)

Helen (Rachel Weisz), a young woman living in an English coastal town, is the object of desire for 14-year-old Honda (Luka Petrusic), a mute refugee who secretly records the conversations of everyone around him. When Helen's former lover, Martin (Alessandro Nivola), returns home after being released from jail, he watches her from a distance and hopes to rekindle their past relationship. As Helen is drawn to Martin, Honda plots to use his secret tapes to gain her affection.

Is There Life Out There? (1994)

A husband (Keith Carradine) and wife (Reba McEntire) deal with the pressures involved with her going back to school.

If You Are the One (2008)

Inventor Qin Fen (You Ge) is well-off, but lonely and insecure. He wants to meet girls and decides to pursue Internet dating. After a series of unsuccessful blind dates, Qin Fe meets Smiley (Shu Qi), a beautiful flight attendant. Qin Fen is immediately taken with Smiley, but believes she is out of his league and doesn't pursue her romantically. Nevertheless, the two become friends and form a tight bond after Qin Fen takes Smiley on a trip to Japan.

I Trust You To Kill Me (2006)

Actor Kiefer Sutherland works as road manager for the music group Rocco DeLuca & the Burden.

Insecticidal (2005)

Giant, mutated bugs terrorize scantily clad sorority sisters after a science project goes awry.

A Man In Uniform (1993)

Henry Adler (Tom McCamus), an outwardly normal banker, yearns to make it in show business and still answers to his overbearing father (David Hemblen). When Henry is hired to act in a television police drama, he realizes his big break has arrived and decides to do whatever it takes to get into the role -- even if that means donning his police costume in public during off hours. It isn't long, however, before Henry begins to take the law into his own hands as his violent side chillingly emerges.

The Incredible Sarah (1976)

The legendary actress Sarah Bernhardt's (Glenda Jackson) unconventional life and career are examined in this biopic. At an audition in 1860, the teenage Bernhardt proclaims herself the greatest actress of her time. Her career blossoms, as does her private life. But art and life don't stay balanced, much to the frustration of her lovers. The eccentric Bernhardt eventually does marry another actor (John Castle), but it's her life on stage that ultimately gives her the most satisfaction.

Islands in the Stream (1977)

A Hemingwayesque artist (George C. Scott) plays and drinks in the 1940s Bahamas, visited by his first wife (Claire Bloom) and three sons.

I Want What I Want (1972)

An Englishman undergoing a sexual identity crisis moves into a boardinghouse and disguises himself as woman.

The Decameron (1971)

A series of stories revolves around an aspiring painter (Franco Citti), nuns, a gardener, a priest and a husband.

Lady Beware (1987)

A Pittsburgh window dresser (Diane Lane) gets tough with a deranged lab technician (Michael Woods) who bugs her.

The She Beast (1966)

Transylvanians kill an ugly witch who, 200 years later, pops up as a pretty British bride (Barbara Steele).

Lady Frankenstein (1971)

Baron Frankenstein (Joseph Cotten) is hard at work trying to reanimate human tissue when his daughter, Tania (Rosalba Neri), comes home from university with a medical degree and announces that it has always been her intention to carry on her father's work. The baron is thrilled, but no sooner does he successfully reanimate his creature than it kills him and stalks off. Shocked but undaunted, Tania vows to create an even greater monster to destroy the first in revenge.

Love and Anarchy (1973)

When his anarchist friend is killed trying to assassinate Mussolini, Tunin (Giancarlo Giannini) decides it's up to him to finish the job. While visiting a brothel, he meets a prostitute named Salome (Mariangela Melato), who agrees to help with his plan, as her former boyfriend was also killed by Mussolini. They enlist the aid of another prostitute, Tripolina (Lina Polito), and hatch an elaborate plan, but, when the fateful day comes, the women have second thoughts.

Every Little Thing (1997)

The inmates of a progressive psychiatric clinic in the Loire Valley stage a Polish operetta.

The Lost Son (1999)

A wealthy couple hire a detective (Daniel Auteuil) to track their adult son, missing after involvement in a pedophile ring.

The Lady and the Highwayman (1989)

An outlaw lord (Hugh Grant) protects a 17th-century heiress from her scheming cousin and the mistress (Emma Samms) of Charles II (Michael York).

A Gang Story (2011)

Edmond and Serge form the Gang des Lyonnais, a gang responsible for numerous armed robberies in the 1970s.

Little Miss Marker (1980)

In the 1930s, cantankerous bookie Sorrowful Jones (Walter Matthau) reluctantly takes a young child (Sara Stimson) as collateral for a wager, but finds he's stuck with the adorable waif when her penniless father drowns himself. When Jones' Mafia boss nemesis Blackie (Tony Curtis) forces him to be a partner in an illegal casino hidden in the home of indebted heiress Amanda (Julie Andrews), he struggles to outmaneuver the dangerous kingpin, all the while making a bumbling attempt at fatherhood.

Las mujeres de mi general (1951)

A wartime love triangle involves a general (Pedro Infante), his wife (Lilia Prado) and his ex-girlfriend (Chula Prieto).

Little Black Dress (2011)

Four pampered college graduates try to figure out what direction their lives should take.

Living Will... (2011)

This comedy that was released in 2011 directed by Matthew Lauyer, is one where you may look at your best friend and or roommate in a different way. It all starts out with Will’s messy and disgusting roommate, as well as best friend, Belcher played by Ryan Dunn. Belcher just happens to pass away in a very awkward situation and comes out haunting into Will’s life again as an annoying, nagging ghost. Of course when Belcher comes back as a ghost, he comes back in full vengeance as a perverted and mischievous one. Haunting Will’s every move throughout the day and night, no matter what situation he may be in at the time. After Belcher’s passing, Will played by Gerard Haitz moved in with Belcher’s cousin, Krista played by April Scott. This sends Belcher over the top as a ghost, he does everything he can to ruin the relationship between Krista and Will.

The Lost & Found Family (2009)

The Lost and Found Family is a heart-warming story about a middle-aged wealthy, self-absorbed, New York woman who was left widowed and destitute following her husband’s untimely death. The attorney informs the widow that her husband did leave her a house in Georgia, which she is required to establish residency in before she can sell it. The sale of the house would provide the widow with the funds to sustain herself. Upon arriving in Georgia, the widow finds the house occupied by a couple with five emotionally troubled foster children who have decided that they will not like the woman that is moving in with them. Faced with the dilemma of displacing the family or saving herself, the woman is drawn into the personal challenges of each family member. The attorney is able to quickly find a buyer for the home, however the widow decides to keep the house, and has to find a way to void the contract and save this family.

Little Heroes (1999)

As a man prepares to testify against his employer, a tobacco company, thugs attempt to kidnap his child.

Lord Of The Dance 3D (2011)

Lord Of The Dance In 3-D is a movie based around Irish folklore. The movie is based around a dance that tells a story. The movie was created in 3-D so that viewers felt that they were actually apart of the movie and able to feel the story all around them. Lord Of The Dance is said to be based on stories that have been passed down from generation to generation. Each learning the dance that tells the story about good and evil.

Liquid Bridge (2003)

Nick McCallum (Ryan Kwanten) works with his embittered father, Bob (Tony Bonner), at a gas station. Bob, a former professional surfer, is paralyzed from the waist down as the result of a wipeout, and forbids Nick from following in his footsteps. Encouraged by his girlfriend, Jeanne (Simone Kessell), to pursue his dreams, Nick takes up surfing and hires Tony Searsen (Jeremy Sims) as his manager. But Tony uses Nick as an unwitting drug mule, leading to Nick's arrest.

Loggerheads (2005)

Three seemingly unrelated stories converge in a surprising way. Elizabeth Austin (Tess Harper), wife of Reverend Robert Austin (Chris Sarandon), pines for the son who fled their religious household. Grace Bellamy (Bonnie Hunt), now in her 40s, wonders about the son she gave up for adoption. And kindhearted AIDS sufferer Mark (Kip Pardue) falls in love with motel owner George (Michael Kelly) while trying to come to the rescue of some loggerhead turtles.

Marlowe (1969)

Mysterious Orfamay Quest (Sharon Farrell) hires Los Angeles private investigator Philip Marlowe (James Garner) to find her missing brother, Orrin. Though the job seems simple enough, it leads Marlowe into the underbelly of the city, turning up leads who are murdered with ice picks, exotic dancers (Rita Moreno), blackmailed television stars (Gayle Hunnicutt) and self-preserving gangsters (H. M. Wynant). Soon, Marlowe's life is on the line right along with his case.

Midway to Heaven (2011)

Ned (Curt Doussett) balks at the idea of dating after his wife dies until his daughter Liz (Brittany Peltier) comes home from college with a boyfriend to get her dad out of his funk and back into the dating scene.

Miss Annie Rooney (1942)

Teenager Annie Rooney (Shirley Temple) chafes at the lack of attention from her distracted boyfriend, Joey (Roland Dupree). One evening on the way to a party, Joey rear-ends the car of wealthy Marty White Jr. (Dickie Moore). Smitten, Annie accepts a ride from Marty to the party, where she delights him by teaching him to jitterbug. Annie begins dating Marty, but she is brought up short when his family refuses to invite her to his birthday party because of her working-class, eccentric father.

The Medusa Touch (1978)

A French detective (Lino Ventura) asks a psychiatrist (Lee Remick) about an Englishman (Richard Burton) with the power to cause disaster.

Moment by Moment (1978)

A Beverly Hills housewife (Lily Tomlin) has a beach affair with a young drifter often called Strip (John Travolta).

The Moonshine War (1970)

A revenue agent (Patrick McGoohan) pays an ex-convict (Richard Widmark) to get a moonshiner's (Alan Alda) stash before Prohibition is repealed.

The Moon-Spinners (1964)

A young Englishman (Peter McEnery) joins a young Englishwoman (Hayley Mills) in a jewel-theft mystery on the isle of Crete.

My Old Man (1979)

An unlucky horse trainer's (Warren Oates) teenage daughter (Kristy McNichol) finds a way to put her family in the money.

Man From Planet X (1951)

From his observatory, Scottish professor Elliot (Raymond Bond) keeps close watch on Planet X, whose orbit is coming close to Earth. During the planet's approach, an alien ambassador appears but falls prey to maniacal scientist Dr. Mears (William Schallert). Returning the distinct lack of hospitality, the extraterrestrial uses his otherworldly powers to turn those he encounters into mindless drones. Elliot tries to stop the creature before everyone is turned into a zombie.

Mutant Hunt (1987)

A mercenary (Rick Gianasi) hunts wild Delta 7 cyborgs with their creator's sister (Mary Fahey) in futuristic New York.

Man In The Attic (1953)

Jack the Ripper's rampage has all of London gripped in fear -- no matter how many constables patrol the streets, streetwalkers continue to turn up dead. On the night that a fourth woman is killed, the mysterious Slade (Jack Palance) rents out the attic of William and Helen Harley. Later, he meets their niece, Lily Bonner (Constance Smith), an actress. While he intrigues her, his behavior and obsessions arouse suspicion that Slade could be Jack the Ripper -- and Lily his next victim.

Mendy (2003)

A Hasidic Jew (Ivan Sandomire) from Brooklyn leaves his ultrareligious community and explores the secular life in Manhattan.

Murder on Flight 502 (1975)

When murder occurs on a trans-Atlantic flight, the passengers and crew realize that the killer might strike again.

Merchant of Death (1997)

A doctor (Linda Hoffman) helps a policeman (Michael Par) get revenge on those who killed his family long ago.

Murder One (1988)

A teenager (Henry Thomas) joins his escaped half brothers (James Wilder, Stephen Shellen) and their prison buddy on a killer joyride in 1973 Georgia.

My Baby Is Missing (2007)

A woman (Gina Philips) begins a frantic search for her newborn, suspecting a nurse abducted the infant.

The Magic of the Golden Bear: Goldy III (1994)

A failing magician (Cheech Marin) tries to trick an orphan girl (Bonnie Morgan) out of her pet bear.

Metallic Blues (2004)

Two Israeli car salesmen (Avi Kushnir, Moshe Ivgy) try to sell a vintage limousine for a tidy profit.

Marebito (2004)

A cameraman does not have one ounce of fear in his body. He does freelance work and will tackle any task that is put before him. He develops an unusual task. The task is to search out the evil spirits that haunt the Tokyo subways. This cameraman does not think anything of it at first. However, the things this man witnesses makes him feel like he wished he'd never picked up a camera in the first place. Instead of attacking the subways, this man has to make sure these evil spirits do not bring him harm. He does not know where to turn next.

Maybe Baby (2000)

Sam (Hugh Laurie) and Lucy (Joely Richardson) Bell are a married couple who seem to have it all: good looks, successful careers (as a BBC-TV commissioning editor and agent, respectively), matching motorbikes, and an enthusiastic love life. The only thing they lack is the one thing they want most - a baby. Sam and Lucy's love for each other, the most important thing they both have, will now truly be put to the test ... with surprising results.

Mad About Mambo (2000)

When his favorite football club, Belfast United, recruits a Brazilian soccer sensation, high-schooler Danny Mitchell (William Ash) decides that to become a master of fancy footwork on the field he must learn Latin dance. Mitchell secretly enrolls at a dance studio, where he struggles to improve his coordination. As the semester wears on, Mitchell discovers a passion he never knew existed -- for both the mambo and for his prudish partner, Lucy McLoughlin (Keri Russell).

A Man Of No Importance (1995)

In early-1960s Dublin, bus conductor Alfie Byrne (Albert Finney) lives quietly, leading a local amateur theatrical troupe and keeping house with his sister, Lily (Brenda Fricker). Deeply closeted at a time when homosexuality is still a criminal offense in Ireland, the middle-aged Alfie creates a local scandal when he announces a production of Oscar Wilde's play "Salome," starring country girl Adele (Tara Fitzgerald) and Robbie (Rufus Sewell), the bus driver for whom Alfie secretly pines.

Moon 44 (1990)

Convicts join a mining-company detective (Michael Par) sent to check sabotage on a moon in the Outer Zone, 2038.

Mirror, Mirror (1990)

An antique mirror gives a student (Rainbow Harvest) the black-magic power to punish classmates who torment her.

Miles from Home (1988)

After creditors make it clear they intend to foreclose on the family farm of Frank (Richard Gere) and Terry Roberts (Kevin Anderson), the brothers decide to take matters into their own hands. Fed up with unsympathetic and greedy creditors, they fight back by robbing the very banks they feel have been stealing from them for years. As the crime spree continues, the Roberts brothers serve as modern-day Robin Hoods, roaming the Midwest and eluding the authorities.

Moontrap (1989)

Space-shuttle astronauts (Walter Koenig, Bruce Campbell) are lured to the moon by alien robots needing human parts.

America (2009)

A psychiatrist (Rosie O'Donnell) helps a troubled boy who is in the foster-care system.

Amanda (2010)

Joe has just turned 40 and thinks love has passed him by until he falls in love at first sight with Amanda.

The Adventures Of The Wilderness Family (1975)

Skip Robinson (Robert F. Logan) leads his wife, Pat (Susan Damante Shaw) ; son, Toby (Ham Larsen) ; and daughter, Jenny (Hollye Holmes) on an exodus from the concrete jungle of Los Angeles. At the site of their new home in the majestic Rocky Mountains, Skip builds a log cabin, and the children befriend wild animals. As the intrepid Robinsons make a simpler life for themselves off the grid, they discover that, in the wilderness, each day brings its own adventure.

The Adventures of Bullwhip Griffin (1967)

Determined to strike it rich, 14-year-old orphan Jack (Bryan Russell) hides on a ship traveling from Boston to San Francisco during the California Gold Rush. With Jack on the ship are his protective butler (Roddy McDowall), a thieving judge (Karl Malden) and a classical actor (Richard Haydn). When the judge steals a gold mine map from the actor, the others chase him across California in a series of wacky adventures involving clever disguises, outlandish fights and elaborate escapes.

Alien from Area 51: The Alien Autopsy Footage Revealed (2012)

A dark silhouetted figure, who calls himself "Victor", is seated on a chair in a darkened room, with a camera on him. He has a microphone on him and his voice has been modified, so that it is undetectable. Before Victor is seen, the narrator Stephen Williams, of 21 Jump Street fame, recounts a string of bizarre events, beginning with the Roswell incident from the 1940's to the 1970's and 1980's. The scene shifts from Roswell, New Mexico to a military base termed "Area 51", located in Nevada. A secretive air base, known for testing military aircraft, now becomes the focal point of the alien controversy. Philip Gardiner, head of Rocket Pictures, receives a call from a man, who claims to have insider knowledge of the goings on inside Area 51. He states that the government facility has housed aliens there since the 1970's and that he has video footage to prove it. Gardiner, though reluctant at first, couldn't pass up the chance that it might be real, so he sets up the interview with the man, named Victor. Victor insists he will not incriminate himself by divulging his identity and threatens several times to terminate the interview. During the interview, re-enactments are used to describe what Victor has seen. In one scene, we see a scientist communicating with the alien (EBE-2), while a telepath acts as the interpreter. The documentary builds with tension and intrigue, culminating with the highlight of the film, video footage of the actual alien. The surreal footage shows the alien being brought into a room, seated at a table and eventually, questioned by scientists. The room is darkened and the alien is facing in the direction of the camera. Victor was able to obtain this footage through means he would not say, once again, so that he cannot be identified. After the alien interview is done, video experts are asked about the validity of the footage. The experts are unable to confirm that it is fake.

Always (2015)

David and Judy have been separated for two years. When she shows up at David's to sign the final divorce papers, he tricks her into staying the night with hope of reconciliation. They are joined for a Fourth of July weekend by two other couples. What ensues is an exploration of happiness, sadness, marriage, divorce, chocolate baths... and happy endings.

Accidents (1989)

Researchers (Edward Albert, Leigh Taylor-Young) question the deaths of colleagues whose top-secret project could be used as a weapon.