Kill The Artist (2007)
Kill The Artist is a documentary about artists who got into trouble with the law because of their art-works.
Kim Jong Un: The Unauthorized Biography (2015)
He is the living God of the 9th nuclear power of the world, raised in secrecy to take over the commands of the North Korean regime. Investigators travel to Switzerland, the USA and Asia to find those who really know Kim and try to profile the new leader.
Larry the Cable Guy: Git-R-Done (2004)
Daniel Whitney is a comedian that struggled to find an audience until he reinvented himself as Larry the Cable Guy. He is now one of the most recognized and successful stand up talents in the entire world. Originally one of the headliners of the Blue Collar Comedy tour, he chose to strike out on his own with a solo stand up effort.
In Larry The Cable Guy: Git R Done the talented comedic character performs all of his signature stand up bits. He reads letters from toddlers and sums up his humorous stories with his signature punch line "Git R Done"!
Life After Death From Above 1979 (2014)
Five years after a bitter split, Canadian musicians Jesse Keeler and Sebastien Grainger reunite their band Death From Above 1979 for one show at the Coachella Music and Arts Festival.
Assault of the Party Nerds 2 (1995)
A businessman (Burt Ward) hires a detective (Richard Gabai) to expose the dastardly intentions of his son-in-law (Christopher Dempsey), a former member of a fraternity.
Attack on the Iron Coast (1968)
With D-Day fast approaching, the Allied forces of World War II prepare to strike a number of strategic Nazi bases. Leading one such attack, Maj. Jamie Wilson (Lloyd Bridges) concocts a risky plan for what is quickly becoming a suicide mission. With a reckless streak that has cost the lives of many men, Wilson faces the opposition of Capt. Owen Franklin (Andrew Keir), whose son was killed in Wilson's last mission. However, Franklin must put aside his feelings when he is ordered to join the major.
The Adventures of the American Rabbit (1986)
This animated film features Rob Rabbit (Barry Gordon), who's not your typical bunny. After saving his friends at a picnic, Rob realizes he can turn into a superhero, decked out in a star-spangled flag and roller skates. He moves to the city and gets a job at a piano bar, where the owners are being hassled by jackals. Rob tries fighting them by raising money to start a union so that they don't have to pay for protection. But when the jackals refuse to lay off, Rob must break out his superpowers.
Assault Of The Sasquatch (2010)
When poacher is arrested and his truck is impounded, authorities have no idea it holds a deadly cargo. When the Sasquatch inside the truck escapes, it goes on a ruthless rampage to track down the man who captured him.
At War With The Army (1950)
When former business partners Vic Puccinelli (Dean Martin) and Alvin Korwin (Jerry Lewis) enlist in the U.S. Army, they have different ambitions. Puccinelli, who has made the rank of sergeant, wants to see action rather than the drudgery of his current post. On the other hand, Korwin, who is a klutz, wants to stay out of combat and near his family in the United States. However, they both have to deal with stern Sgt. McVey (Mike Kellin) while also preparing for an Army variety show.
American Gun (2002)
A distraught man (James Coburn) embarks on a cross-country odyssey to track the weapon used to kill his daughter (Virginia Madsen).
Arctic Blue (1993)
An Alaskan trapper (Rutger Hauer) and his gang prey on a couple (Dylan Walsh, Rya Kihlstedt) who have moved from Los Angeles.
Angel Baby (1961)
A Southern girl (Salome Jens) turns exploited faith healer after another (George Hamilton) restores her speech.
Alan And Naomi (1992)
After a Jewish girl, Naomi (Vanessa Zaoui), watches Nazis kill her father, she goes into a catatonic state. Her remaining family moves to a Brooklyn apartment just above the Silverman family, where Naomi refuses to speak to anyone. Young Alan Silverman (Lukas Haas), after being encouraged by his father (Michael Gross) and mother (Amy Aquino), reaches out to the girl. He initially feels as if he's making things worse, but Alan doesn't give up, and his loyalty wins him a lifelong friend.
The Amityville 5: Curse (1990)
The infamous Long Island estate becomes the scene of more supernatural occurrences when a group of yuppies purchases it.
The Awakening (1980)
When a British archaeologist (Charlton Heston) violates an Egyptian queen's tomb, her evil spirit enters his daughter (Stephanie Zimbalist).
All This and World War II (1976)
Peter Gabriel is among the stars performing music of Lennon and McCartney against a montage of World War II film clips.
At Long Last Love (1975)
A bored playboy (Burt Reynolds) woos a spoiled debutante (Cybill Shepherd) in art deco 1935 New York.
Adventures of a Taxi Driver (1976)
Jewel thieves commandeer a British cab and its driver (Barry Evans), who has an eye for women.
The Appointment (1969)
A brilliant attorney steals his law partner's fiancee, but the couple's love affair eventually leads to ruin.
A seductress (Virna Lisi) seeks money from a hotel manager, general and duke to pay her grandmother's (Margaret Rutherford) back taxes.
Between Strangers (2002)
A housewife (Sophia Loren), a famous cellist (Deborah Kara Unger) and a photojournalist (Mira Sorvino) wrestle with painful personal demons.
The Blue Bird (1940)
A naughty little girl (Shirley Temple) dreams she and her brother are sent by a fairy to find the bluebird of happiness.
An expert on serial killers comes out of retirement to find the masked murderer of several star athletes.
The son of a wealthy widower, Raju (Anil Kapoor) becomes extremely devoted to his stepmother after his father remarries. When Raju falls for the beautiful Saraswati (Madhuri Dixit), unusual circumstances lead to quick courtship and a wedding for the smitten couple. As the smart and spirited Saraswati acclimates to life with Raju's family, she witnesses his stepmother's scheming behavior and begins to clash with her, causing a major stir in the household.
Boris And Natasha (1992)
The silly spies (Dave Thomas, Sally Kellerman) from "The Bullwinkle Show" foil a mad scientist whose lab is in a Mount Rushmore nose.
The Big Steal (1990)
An Australian teen (Ben Mendelsohn) dates his dream girl (Claudia Karvan) in a used Jaguar bought from a crooked car dealer (Steve Bisley).
Black Eagle (1988)
A CIA free-lancer (Shô Kosugi) takes his children and a baby sitter (Doran Clark) to Malta, where he meets his KGB match (Jean-Claude Van Damme).
Mara McAndrew's (Karen Allen) marriage is falling apart. Her husband, Donnie (Jeff Fahey), a Vietnam veteran, suffers troubling flashbacks about the war, leaving him unresponsive to her needs. Mara wants out, but she also wants Donnie's money. When Mara meets a mysterious stranger, Reed (Keith Carradine), at a local bar, she believes she has found the right person to help her out of her predicament. But Mara worries that Donnie's sister, Jill (Dinah Manoff), is on to her.
A Breed Apart (1984)
Jim Malden (Rutger Hauer), a Vietnam vet who's lost his family, lives virtually alone on a bird-filled island, where he's a committed conservationist. When rock climber Mike Walker (Powers Boothe) is hired by passionate egg collector J.P. Whittier (Donald Pleasence) to steal the eggs of the rare bald eagle, which lives on Malden's island, he tells Malden he's a nature photographer to gain his trust. However, Malden's infectious passion for the wild forces Walker to reconsider the plan.
Baby Snakes (1979)
Frank Zappa hosts a concert in New York City.
Bobby Deerfield (1977)
American race car driver Bobby Deerfield (Al Pacino) has become a success on the European Formula One circuit. He is also egotistical and relentlessly determined, until a terrible racing accident injures other drivers. In the hospital, Deerfield meets Lillian (Marthe Keller), who is suffering serious health problems. She wants to have more excitement in her life and gravitates toward the racer. Although Deerfield is resistant at first, he begins to fall for her as well.
Breaker! Breaker! (1977)
Tough guy trucker J.D. Dawes (Chuck Norris) drives his big rig to a little desert town and smack into the middle of a cesspool of criminality -- all to rescue his brother, Billy (Michael Augenstein), who has been kidnapped. But the perpetrators are not ordinary criminals. A wicked public servant, Judge Joshua Trimmings (George Murdock), runs the town and especially hates truckers. The judge and his minions do their best to break Dawes down. But Dawes retaliates with swift, severe vengeance.
The Blue Bird (1976)
A naughty boy and girl search a fantasy world of characters (Elizabeth Taylor, Jane Fonda, Ava Gardner) for the bluebird of happiness.
Beware! The Blob (1972)
Small-town teens (Robert Walker, Gwynne Gilford) fight defrosted arctic ooze.
Secluding herself in an island mansion in the Mediterranean with her servants and nurses, the wealthy Flora "Sissy" Goforth (Elizabeth Taylor) prepares for her impending death -- and she isn't the only one who's waiting. Known for his attraction to the dying rich, poet Chris Flanders (Richard Burton) ingratiates himself with the wilting Sissy. Although her friend the Witch of Capri (Noel Coward) explains Flanders' "Angel of Death" nature to her, Sissy embraces the vulture-like Flanders.
The Birthday Party (1968)
Two British mobsters (Patrick Magee, Sydney Tafler) drive a mob deserter (Robert Shaw) mad at a seaside resort.
Sangdil Sanam (1994)
Falsely accused of robbery and sent to prison for 12 years, a bank manager realizes upon his return that a person whom he trusted had betrayed him.
Stuff Stephanie In The Incinerator (1990)
Rich thrill seekers (Catherine Dee, William Dane) act out a scenario of decadence and murder with another couple.
Members of a primitive culture venture onto a palatial estate and take on the behavior that reflect this environment.
"Trafic" (1971) is an Italian/French comedy. It's about the woes of an inept automobile designer who has to take his latest creation to an automobile show in Amsterdam. Of course, since the film is a comedy and road movie, the designer and his traveling companions encounter problems like surly border guards who impound the car, a mechanic who take forever to fix things, and a car accident. They also encounter such oddities as a gas station that gives away busts of historical figures.
Wicked Ways (1999)
Jealousy, infidelity and hatred ruin a couple's (Rebecca De Mornay, Michael Rooker) sexually charged marriage.
Tommy Chong Presents Comedy at 420 (2013)
Tommy Chong is legendary for his invaluable contribution to American counter-culture as part of the legendary duo Cheech & Chong. Tommy Chong presents his favorite 420 comics Shelby Chong, Edwin San Juan, Chris Porter, Jay Phillips and Eddie Ifft.
Princess from the Moon (1987)
Having lost a child, Taketori-no-Miyatsuko (Toshirô Mifune) and his wife (Ayako Wakao) can't believe it when a bright light deposits a baby in the forest by their house. They decide to keep her, naming her Kaya (Yasuko Sawaguchi), and are amazed when she grows overnight from infancy to childhood. The sale of some gold she had with her enables the family to move to a bigger house, by which time Kaya is a already a grown woman attracting suitors who are curious about her strange origin.
A boxer (Meredith McGeachie) beats up a hostile 18-year-old (Sonja Bennett) who slugged her sister during a date.
Puss in Boots (1922)
A magic cat transforms itself into a man of the world to aid its impoverished owner.
Follow Me! (1972)
An Englishman (Michael Jayston) hires a Greek private eye (Topol) to follow his American wife (Mia Farrow) around London.
A decorated officer (Anil Kapoor), blind to the affections of a childhood friend (Madhuri Dixit), falls in love with another.
Paralyzed by an assassin, an undercover agent (Robert Urich) in a wheelchair goes up against global merchants of death.
Return to Waterloo (1984)
The songs of Ray Davies and the Kinks underscore this offbeat account of a London businessman's morning commute.
A woman and her family travel to Africa to meet a scientist who lives with wild animals.
Nice-guy trucker Travis W. Redfish (Meat Loaf) wants to win the heart of Lola Bouilliabase (Kaki Hunter), a roadie and rock 'n' roll fan, so he goes on tour with all sorts of musical acts to be near her. Despite Travis earning cult-star status himself for his roadie skills, Lola still lusts after Alice Cooper (Alice Cooper), the biggest rock star in the world. With a chance to meet Cooper on the horizon, Travis must choose whether to follow his heart or go back to the simple life.