Restless Spirits (1999)
Katie Penhallow (Juliana Wimbles) still mourns the loss of her pilot father, who died in a plane crash. While visiting her grandmother, 12-year-old Katie stumbles across the spirits of two French pilots (Lothaire Bluteau, Michel Monty) whose plane crashed decades ago during their attempt to fly nonstop across the Atlantic Ocean. She helps them rebuild their plane so that they can complete their fateful flight. Along the way, she starts to come to terms with her father's passing.
Slippin': Ten Years with the Bloods (2005)
Slippin: Ten Years with the Bloods is a 2005 American documentary written and directed by Joachim Schroeder and Tommy Sowards. Debuting at the 2005 Tribeca film festival the film follows a few members of the notorious Los Angeles gang Bloods for 10 years, showing what life is really like on the inside.
Jessica Darling's It List (2016)
Jessica's (Chloe East) older sister gives her a list on how to get to the top of the middle school hierarchy.
The Four Assassins (1975)
A Venetian explorer (Richard Harrison) searches for the men who attacked Emperor Kublai Khan.
First Spaceship on Venus (1960)
First Spaceship on Venus, (aka in German: Der Schweigende Stern/ The Silent Star; in Polish: Milcząca Gwiazda, also in English: Planet of the Dead and Spaceship Venus Does Not Reply) is a 1960 East German/Polish color science fiction film directed by Kurt Maetzig that stars Günther Simon, Julius Ongewe, and Yoko Tani. The film was first released by VEB Progress Film-Vertrieb in East Germany. It is based on the science fiction novel The Astronauts by Stanisław Lem.
In 1962 the much-shortened, 79 minute, dubbed release from Crown International Pictures substituted the title First Spaceship on Venus for the English-speaking market. The film was released theatrically in 1962 in the U.S. on a double bill with the 1958 Japanese film Varan the Unbelievable.
The film was later featured in episodes of both Mystery Science Theater 3000 and Cinema Insomnia.
The Horror of Frankenstein (1970)
Young Victor Frankenstein returns from medical school with a depraved taste for beautiful women and fiendish experiments. But when the doctor runs out of fresh body parts for his 'research,' he turns to murder to complete his gruesome new creation. Now, his monster has unleashed its own ghastly killing spree and the true Horror Of Frankenstein has only just begun...
Already distraught by his mother’s impending marriage, 12-year-old Max Connor's complicated life gets even worse when he becomes the target of a group of school bullies. While hiding from them in an abandoned building, he accidentally opens the door on a battered boom box, freeing a 7-foot, 3,000-year-old genie who will grant him three wishes.
Weeds is a 1987 American drama film about a prison inmate who writes a play that catches the attention of a visiting reporter. The film was directed by John D. Hancock, and stars Nick Nolte, Ernie Hudson, and Rita Taggart.
Night of the Living Dorks (2004)
Night of the Living Dorks (German: Die Nacht der lebenden Loser) is a 2004 German horror comedy film starring Tino Mewes, Manuel Cortez, Thomas Schmieder, and Collien Fernandes and written and directed by Mathias Dinter. It was released in the United States in 2007 by Anchor Bay Entertainment under the title "Night of the Living Dorks".
Killing Mommy (2016)
A young woman (Yvonne Zima) must prevent her unstable twin sister from murdering their mother (Claire Rankin).
Female on the Beach (1955)
Female on the Beach is a 1955 American film noir crime film directed by Joseph Pevney starring Joan Crawford and Jeff Chandler in a story about a widow and her beach bum lover. The screenplay by Robert Hill and Richard Alan Simmons was based on the play The Besieged Heart by Robert Hill. The film was directed by Joseph Pevney and produced by Albert Zugsmith.
The Family Secret (1924)
The Family Secret is a 1924 American silent drama film directed by William A. Seiter and featuring child star Baby Peggy. It is based on Editha's Burglar, a story by Frances Hodgson Burnett first published in 1881 by St. Nicholas Magazine and adapted for the stage by Augustus E. Thomas.
The Birthday (2004)
A powerful businessman (Lambert Wilson) throws a lavish party after his estranged half-brother (Jean-Hugues Anglade) portrays him in a bad light in a new book.
Disturbed is a 1990 American horror film directed by Charles Winkler starring Malcolm McDowell as a psychiatrist who rapes a young woman in his care, then must deal with her vengeance-seeking daughter 10 years later.
Angels' Alley (1948)
Angels' Alley is a 1948 film starring the comedy team of The Bowery Boys. It is the ninth film in the series and the first one without Bobby Jordan.
The Running Man (1963)
The Running Man is a 1963 British drama film directed by Carol Reed, starring Laurence Harvey as a man who fakes his own death in a glider accident, then runs into trouble when an insurance investigator starts taking a close interest. It was filmed in San Roque, Cádiz, Spain, Gibraltar and Ireland. The film opened at the Odeon Leicester Square in London's West End on 1 August 1963. The film briefly came to the attention of the Warren Commission investigating the assassination of President John F. Kennedy because of a viral marketing campaign which placed personal ads in the Dallas Morning News asking the "Running Man" to please call "Lee". Investigators thought that they might be coded messages placed by assassin Lee Harvey Oswald until they discovered the source of the advertisements. In Hollywood, an urban legend arose claiming that the film was a flop because it starred actors named Lee and Harvey.
The Hammer (2016)
Jason Lane enters a 3,000-mile, coast to coast cycling race. He battles fatigue, an accident with a car, and an unprepared crew as he tries to finish the race.
Había una vez un marido (1953)
There Once Was a Husband is a 1953 Mexican musical comedy film directed by Fernando Méndez and starring Lilia Michel, Rafael Baledón and Pedro Infante.
The Executioner (1964)
The Executioner (Spanish: El Verdugo) is a 1963 Spanish black comedy film directed by Luis García Berlanga. It is widely considered one of the masterpieces of Spanish cinema.
Orbs: They Are Among Us (2013)
Decades after his Apollo Mission, Wilbur is haunted by the memories of what he witnessed. While retracing his memories, strange events begin to occur around him.
La ley del monte (1976)
A man returns to the town of his birth after the war and finds that the love of his life is married to another man.
An explosions expert (Tom Wopat) and an Arizona sheriff try to warn townsfolk about deadly oncoming meteorites.
Home Before Dark (1958)
Home Before Dark is a 1958 Warner Brothers drama film, directed and produced by Mervyn LeRoy, and starring Jean Simmons, Dan O'Herlihy, Rhonda Fleming and Efrem Zimbalist, Jr.. The screenplay was written by Eileen and Robert Bassing, based on the novel by Eileen Bassing. The title song was written by Sammy Cahn with music by Jimmy McHugh.
The film, and Simmons' performance in particular, attracted positive critical comment. Pauline Kael of the New Yorker: "Jean Simmons gives a reserved, beautifully modulated performance," - and film critic Philip French believed it contained "perhaps her finest performance."
Veja Esta Canção (1994)
Music plays a prominent role in tales of love set in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Deputy Marshal (1949)
Deputy Marshall is a 1949 American Western film directed by William Berke. It stars Jon Hall and Dick Foran.
Accumulator 1 (1994)
Accumulator 1 is a 1994 film directed by Jan Svěrák. The film won the Grand Prize at the 7th Yubari International Fantastic Film Festival in February 1996. It won the audience award at the Tromsø International Film Festival in 1996.
African Treasure (1952)
African Treasure is a 1952 American film. It was the seventh in the 12-film Bomba, the Jungle Boy series.
Navy Bound (1951)
Navy Bound is a 1951 American drama film directed by Paul Landres and written by Samuel Roeca. The film stars Tom Neal, Wendy Waldron, Regis Toomey, John Abbott, Murray Alper and Paul Bryar. The film was released on March 4, 1951, by Monogram Pictures.
Coach Zoran and His African Tigers (2014)
Zoran Djordjevic, a football coach from Serbia, works with players in South Sudan to start a national team.
Murder is a British television crime drama series, first broadcast between 29 May and 19 June 2002, that ran for a total of four episodes on BBC Two. The series starred Julie Walters as Angela Maurer, a mother who seeks help from a local journalist after her son, Christopher, is killed the day after his 21st birthday. Each episode focuses on a different character who is somehow linked to the story through Angela, including the journalist, a shopkeeper, a police detective and a witness to the crime itself. The serial was written by playwright Abi Morgan, and directed by Beeban Kidron.
Slave Queen of Babylon (1963)
Io Semiramide (AKA: I am Semiramis, AKA: Slave Queen of Babylon, AKA: Duelo de Reyes) is a 1963 film about Semiramis, a semi-legendary queen of the Neo-Assyrian Empire.
This film was directed by Primo Zeglio.
Song of the Trail (1936)
Song of the Trail is a 1936 American western film directed by Russell Hopton and starring Kermit Maynard, Evelyn Brent and Andrea Leeds.
Up to His Ears (1965)
Chinese Adventures in China (French: Les Tribulations d'un Chinois en Chine) is a 1965 French adventure comedy film starring Jean Paul Belmondo and Ursula Andress. It was directed by Philippe de Broca and written by Daniel Boulanger, loosely based on the 1879 novel Tribulations of a Chinaman in China by Jules Verne.
Millie and the Lords (2015)
Milagros Baez, a young Puerto Rican woman, has her life changed for the better when she learns about the Young Lords Party.
HEART: Flatline to Finish Line (2016)
Six heart disease survivors go from the hospital bed to the finish line in grueling athletic events.
Assignment Terror (1970)
Los Monstruos del Terror, also known as Dracula vs. Frankenstein, Reincarnator and Assignment: Terror, is a 1970 Spanish-German-Italian horror film directed by Tulio Demicheli, Hugo Fregonese and Eberhard Meichsner. It stars Paul Naschy, Michael Rennie, Karin Dor and Craig Hill. It is the third in a series of movies featuring the werewolf Count Waldemar Daninsky, who was always played by Naschy.
A high-school football player (Jason Wiles) moves to Utah where he's coached by the spirit (Russell Means) of Olympic athlete Jim Thorpe.
A Change of Place (1994)
An art-history student (Andrea Roth) poses as her twin, a Paris model whose boss (Rick Springfield) suspects her of theft.
Little Red (2012)
A young runaway traveling across the country realizes she is fleeing from more than her past when something dark and beastly starts stalking her on her journey to her grandmother's house.
This Is the Night (1932)
This Is the Night is a 1932 American Pre-Code comedy film made by Paramount Pictures, directed by Frank Tuttle, and starring Lili Damita, Charles Ruggles, Roland Young, Thelma Todd, and Cary Grant.
The picture is based on the 1923 play Pouche by Henri Falk and René Peter, and the 1925 English-language adaptation Naughty Cinderella written by Avery Hopwood. The plays had already been adapted for film once before as Good and Naughty (1926) with Pola Negri.
Night scenes in this film were intended to be seen in blue tint. Tinting is used on the restored 2011 single DVD version released by Turner Classic Movies. However, tinting was absent from recent prints prior to restoration. The version shown on the TCM cable channel in the 1990s was not tinted, nor is the version in the 2016 DVD set "Cary Grant - The Vault Collection".
The Quarantine Hauntings (2015)
A troubled girl accidentally creates a connection with a ghost in a haunted quarantine station.
Susan And God (1940)
Susan Trexel is a wealthy socialite, who while vacationing in Europe undergoes a religious transformation. On her return to America, Susan takes on the task of spreading her new found religious experience with her closest friends - only to drive them crazy. Meanwhile, her husband Barrie, and daughter Blossom yearn for a stable family life. Barrie will even become sober, hoping that Susan will heed her own advice, and save their marriage and family.
Paper Man (1971)
Paper Man is a 1971 American television film transmitted as one of the "Friday Night Movies" which CBS-TV was then including in its prime-time programming. It was directed by Walter Grauman, dramatized for television by James D. Buchanan and Ronald Austin, both of whom were working from a story written by Anthony Wilson, and produced by Richard N. Gladstein. It starred Dean Stockwell, Stefanie Powers, James Stacy, James Olson, Elliott Street, and Tina Chen.
Love Serenade (1996)
Love Serenade is a 1996 Australian feature film directed by Shirley Barrett. It is a comedy film which has the tagline: "Two sisters will do anything to hook the right man."
There are not many characters in Love Serenade, which is set in a fictitious, almost-deserted town called Sunray, located on the Murray River. It is a thinly disguised version of Robinvale, Victoria, which was the location of the film.
We are introduced to a pair of sisters, Dimity (Miranda Otto) and Vicki-Ann (Rebecca Frith), who share a house. Dimity, the shy and insecure sibling, is a waitress at a local Chinese restaurant. Vicki-Ann, the brash one, is a hair stylist. Both are looking for love, although the prospects in Sunray seem bleak, at best. That is, until Ken Sherry (George Shetsov), a thrice divorced Brisbane DJ personality, moves into the house next door.
During the filming of the Silo Scene, Stuntman Collin Dragsbaek died when he fell onto a faulty airbag.
The Definite Maybe (1997)
With help from his best friend, a young man (Josh Lucas) plots to obtain his late father's estate from his stepmother.
Five is a 2016 French comedy film, written and directed by Igor Gotesman and starring Pierre Niney.
Two-Gun Lady (1955)
An undercover U.S. marshal (William Talman) helps a trick-shot artist (Peggy Castle) avenge her slain parents.
Gamera vs. Monster X (1970)
Gamera vs. Jiger is a 1970 Japanese kaiju film directed by Noriaki Yuasa, written by Niisan Takahashi, and produced by Daiei Film. It is the sixth entry in the Gamera film series, following Gamera vs. Guiron, which was released one year prior. Gamera vs. Jiger stars Tsutomu Takakuwa, Kelly Varis, Katherine Murphy, and Kon Ohmura, and features the fictional giant flying turtle monster Gamera. The film was released theatrically in Japan on 21 March 1970, and did not receive a theatrical release in the United States, instead being released directly to television by American International Television in 1970 under the title Gamera vs. Monster X. The film was followed by Gamera vs. Zigra the following year.
Campus Honeymoon (1948)
Campus Honeymoon is a 1948 American comedy film directed by Richard Sale and written by Jerome Gruskin and Richard Sale. The film stars Lyn Wilde, Lee Wilde, Adele Mara, Richard Crane, Hal Hackett and Wilson Wood. The film was released on February 1, 1948, by Republic Pictures.
Marry Me! Marry Me! (1968)
Claude Berri, director and star of the film, plays a French encyclopedia salesman on the verge of marrying his pregnant girlfriend, Isabelle (Elisabeth Wiener), who comes from a wealthy Belgian family, notably represented by her smug parents Monsieur and Madame Schmoll. As their elaborate, family-filled Jewish wedding and reception draw near, Claude gets cold feet, and an affair with his tutor threatens to derail the whole ceremony and celebration.
Down the Road (2012)
Two estranged friends, Terry and Mark, reunite when an acquaintance dies. Traveling to the funeral in an old black cab, they catch up on everything they've experienced.
Yevadu is a 2014 Indian Telugu action film co-written and directed by Vamsi Paidipally. The film features Ram Charan, Allu Arjun, Amy Jackson, Shruti Haasan and Kajal Aggarwal in the lead roles, while Sai Kumar, Jayasudha and Rahul Dev play supporting roles. The film was produced by Dil Raju under the banner Sri Venkateswara Creations. Vakkantham Vamsi co-wrote the film's script with Paidipally. Devi Sri Prasad composed the film's music, while Marthand K. Venkatesh was the film's editor.
Survival Island (2002)
Demon Island, also called Piñata: Survival Island, is a 2002 horror film that stars Nicholas Brendon and Jaime Pressly.
Money From Home (1953)
Money From Home is a 1953 film starring Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis. The comedy was the first for the Martin and Lewis team to be shot in color and was their only film in 3-D. The picture was premiered as a special preview screening across the U.S. on New Year's Eve, 1953.
Wildfire is a 1945 American Cinecolor Western film directed by Robert Emmett Tansey. The film is also known as Wildfire: The Story of a Horse in the United Kingdom.
Bettie Page: The Girl in the Leopard Print Bikini (2004)
Featuring vintage film clips and photos, the documentary focuses on the life of the legendary model, the times in which she lived, and her impact on the next 50 years.
The Frozen Ghost (1945)
The Frozen Ghost (1945) is a mystery film starring Lon Chaney, Jr., Elena Verdugo, Evelyn Ankers and Martin Kosleck, and directed by Harold Young. It is the fourth of the six "Inner Sanctum" mystery films.
No Room for the Groom (1952)
No Room for the Groom is a 1952 comedy directed by Douglas Sirk, starring Tony Curtis and Piper Laurie. The screenplay is based on the novel "My True Love" by Darwin Teilhet.
My Girl Tisa (1948)
My Girl Tisa is a 1948 film directed by Elliott Nugent and starring Lilli Palmer and Sam Wanamaker. It is based on the play Ever the Beginning by Lucille S. Prumbs and Sara B. Smith (copyrighted 14 May 1946).
Shadow of China (1990)
A Chinese radical (John Lone) turns corrupt businessman after he and his wife flee to 1976 Hong Kong.
Change of Heart (1934)
Change of Heart is a 1934 American pre-Code drama film starring Janet Gaynor, Charles Farrell, James Dunn, and Ginger Rogers. The movie, about a quartet of college chums who all move to 1934 New York City, was written by James Gleason and Sonya Levien from Kathleen Norris's novel, Manhattan Love Song and directed by John G. Blystone.
Change of Heart was the last of almost a dozen romantic films pairing Gaynor and Farrell that includes Frank Borzage's Seventh Heaven (1927), Street Angel (1928), and Lucky Star (1929).
Mystery in Mexico (1948)
Mystery in Mexico is a 1948 crime thriller directed by Robert Wise. It stars William Lundigan and Jacqueline White.
Diggin' for Dollars (2004)
Kevin and Paul are 2 old friends looking to have a good time. They join their friend Big Bear, a compulsive gambler, for a night of laughter and Ladies. Before the night is through Big Bear will lose the biggest gamble of all; his life. However, he does take a valuable secret to the grave with him.There seems to be only one winner in the $35 million Texas Lotto jackpot and this winner has yet to show up to collect his winnings. Kevin and Paul believe they are the only ones who knows of Big Bears' secret. Well they are wrong because 3 local hoods have come up with the same conclusion as Kevin and Paul. Therefore, the race is on for a valuable secret that lays 6ft underground, a winning Lotto ticket.So everybody put on your gloves get your shovels because we are going “Diggin For Dollars.”
Rock, Pretty Baby! (1956)
Rock, Pretty Baby is a 1956 feature film directed by Richard Bartlett and starring Sal Mineo and John Saxon.
The Man in Possession (1931)
A British bailiff's assistant (Robert Montgomery) poses as a butler to keep an eye on a woman (Irene Purcell) in trouble.
Sex(Ed) the Movie (2014)
The awkward and often hilarious ways Americans have learned about sex, from the early 1900s to the present.
Philo Vance Returns (1947)
Philo Vance Returns is a 1947 American mystery film directed by William Beaudine and starring William Wright, Vivian Austin and Leon Belasco. It was part of the long-running Philo Vance series.
Texas Detour (1978)
One stunt performed by a stunt driver involves his van flying 136 feet over a barricade of police cars.
My Daughter Must Live (2014)
Desperate to find a liver donor for her child, a woman tries to track down the girl's biological father.
Magic Island (1995)
Magic Island is a 1995 American fantasy Adventure feature film released by Paramount Pictures and produced by Moonbeam Entertainment. It was directed by Sam Irvin and starred Zachery Ty Bryan, Andrew Divoff, Edward Kerr, Lee Armstrong French Stewart, Jessie Ann Friend, Oscar Dillon, Abraham Benrubi, Sean O'Kane, Schae Harrison, and Ja'net Dubois.
The Last Mile (1932)
The Last Mile is a 1932 American film directed by Samuel Bischoff and starring Howard Phillips and Preston Foster. The picture is based on John Wexley's 1930 Broadway play, The Last Mile. In 1959 the play was adapted a second time into a film of the same name starring Mickey Rooney.
Thursday's Child (1943)
Thursday's Child is a 1943 British, black-and-white, comedy, drama, directed by Rodney Ackland and starring Ronald Shiner as Joe, Stewart Granger and Wilfrid Lawson. It was produced by John Argyle and Associated British Picture Corporation.
This Is the Life (1944)
This Is the Life is a 1944 American musical romantic comedy film starring Donald O'Connor, Susanna Foster, and Peggy Ryan. This is one of the several films that Universal Studios rushed O'Connor and Ryan through before O'Connor was drafted into the Army to serve in World War II.
Tangier is a 1946 black-and-white thriller film set in the city of Tangier, Morocco that was directed by George Waggner and filmed on Universal's backlot. It was one of the last Universal Pictures films before it merged into Universal-International in July 1946. The film features a variety of well-known Universal players completing their contracts, such as Maria Montez, Robert Paige and Louise Allbritton, and well-known 1940s stars Preston Foster and Sabu who sings "She'll Be Coming 'Round the Mountain". The plot tells a tale of an escaped Nazi war criminal who is a diamond smuggler. The film was made at the insistence of Maria Montez who was sick of being typecast in Technicolor oriental adventures.
The Spirit of Culver (1939)
The Spirit of Culver is a 1939 drama starring Jackie Cooper and Freddie Bartholomew. Directed by Joseph Santley and written by Whitney Bolton and Nathanael West, the film is a remake of 1932's Tom Brown of Culver.
Shady Lady (1945)
Shady Lady is a 1945 romantic comedy directed by George Waggner for Universal Studios with Charles Coburn, Robert Paige, and Ginny Simms. Waggner originally wanted Susanna Foster for the film but she refused it. Ginny Simms sings floor show songs "Cuddle Up a Little Closer", "In Love With Love" and "Xango".
Choreography by Lester Horton.
Chartroose Caboose (1963)
Chartroose Caboose is a 1960 American comedy film directed by William 'Red' Reynolds and written by Rod Peterson. The film stars Molly Bee, Ben Cooper, Edgar Buchanan, Michael McGreevey, O. Z. Whitehead and Slim Pickens. The film was released on December 28, 1960, by Universal Pictures.
Life 101: Angel's Secret (2009)
Young, beautiful, and naive Angel soon realizes that sometimes the most dangerous place to be is in the bed of a lover. After one night with her boyfriend Angel is quickly caught in a whirlwind of uncontrollable events and unforeseeable consequences. As family and friends gather to support her, will she be able to share the truth before it is too late?
The Skydivers (1963)
The Skydivers is a 1963 film directed by Coleman Francis. It stars actress Kevin Casey as Beth, Eric Tomlin as Joe, Anthony Cardoza as Harry, and Marcia Knight as Suzy,Phil Triola as Phil. The film contains performances by influential Nashville guitarist Jimmy Bryant. After being forgotten for three decades the film got a second life in 1994, serving the basis for a Mystery Science Theater 3000 episode (during which TV's Frank describes it as like "Manos without the lucid plot"). At one point, the film was the lowest-rated of all time on the Internet Movie Database.
Viva Cuba Libre: Rap Is War (2013)
Cuban rap duo Los Aldeanos put themselves at risk by using their music to protest their government's social and economic policies.
Broadway Idiot (2013)
The transformation of Green Day's album "American Idiot" into a stage musical spotlights Billie Joe Armstrong -- the band's front man -- and his creative process.
Angel Town (1990)
Angel Town is an 1990 martial arts film starring Olivier Gruner, who made his film debut as a French martial artist and foreign exchange student who helps his borders by using his skills against a local gang.
Branded is a 1950 Technicolor western film starring Alan Ladd, Mona Freeman, Charles Bickford, and Robert Keith. It was adapted from the novel Montana Rides by Max Brand. A gunfighter on the run from the law is talked into posing as the long-lost son of a wealthy rancher.
Going Home (1971)
Going Home is a 1971 film directed by Herbert B. Leonard. Jan-Michael Vincent was nominated for a Golden Globe award for best supporting actor.
Apocalypse II: Revelation is a 1999 Christian/thriller and sequel to Apocalypse by Cloud Ten Pictures.
Three months have passed since the events of the previous film. Franco Macalousso (Nick Mancuso) has convinced many of those left behind that he is the true Messiah. But is he?
Counter-terrorism expert Thorold Stone (Jeff Fahey) tries to put the pieces of his life together. His wife and daughter were among the millions who vanished in the Rapture. In the course of his investigation of an underground resistance movement, he uncovers a conspiracy that leads to the heart of the new world order. Stone throws in his lot with this group of rebel Christians, which includes journalist Helen Hannah played by actress Leigh Lewis, a computer engineer working for One Nation Earth (Tony Nappo), and a beautiful blind cynic (Carol Alt). The "Haters" find themselves in a race against time as the World Government distributes Virtual Reality headsets to every single person on Earth, to be activated on the Messiah's "Day of Wonders".
Secrets of a Sorority Girl (1945)
Secrets of a Sorority Girl is a 1945 American crime film directed by Lew Landers and Frank Wisbar and written by George Wallace Sayre and Arthur St. Claire. The film stars Mary Ware, Rick Vallin, Addison Richards, Ray Walker, Marie Harmon and Caren Marsh. The film was released on August 15, 1945, by Producers Releasing Corporation.
Song of Napoli (2014)
Song'e Napule is a 2013 Italian crime-comedy film written and directed by Manetti Bros. and starring Alessandro Roja and Giampaolo Morelli. It premiered at the 2013 Rome Film Festival.
For their performances, Carlo Buccirosso and Paolo Sassanelli won the Nastro d'Argento for best supporting actors. The film also won both Nastro d'Argento and David di Donatello Awards for best score (by Pivio and Aldo De Scalzi) and for best original song (for two different songs, respectively "'A verità" by Alessandro Nelson Garofalo, Rosario Castagnola, Francesco Liccardo and Sarah Tartuffo and "Song'e Napule" by C. Di Risio, F. D’Ancona and Giampaolo Morelli), as well as the Nastro d'Argento for best comedy film.
Shootfighter II (1996)
A vengeful police chief recruits the world's finest fighters to smash an illegal combat ring in the Miami underworld.
The first interplanetary cruise ship malfunctions halfway to Jupiter, forcing most of the crew and passengers to abandon ship. A handful of people are trapped onboard.
The Beach of the Drowned (2015)
A detective investigates after a fisherman's body washes up on the shore.
An Eastern Westerner (1920)
An Eastern Westerner is a 1920 American short comedy film featuring Harold Lloyd. A copy of the film exists.
Bollywood Diaries (2016)
Bollywood Diaries is a 2016 Indian Hindi-language drama film written and directed by K.D.Satyam. It features Raima Sen, Salim Diwan, and Ashish Vidyarthi in lead roles, along with Karuna Pandey and Vineet Kumar Singh. Produced by Dr. Sattar Diwan under the banner of Rehab Pictures Private Limited, the film was released worldwide on 26 February 2016.
An in-depth look at legendary boxer and pitchman George Foreman, from his early years in Houston to Olympic gold and the heavyweight championship.
Dark Patch (2018)
At the end of days, seven archangels arrive to deliver people from evil. Get ready for the resurrection, because the dead are going to rise.
Louise Lecavalier: Sur son Cheval de Feu (2018)
The life and work of contemporary dancer Louise Lecavalier.
Mrs. Hyde (2018)
A late night laboratory accident transforms an unpopular science teacher (Isabelle Huppert) into the dangerously unpredictable Mrs. Hyde.