Frankie And Johnny (1966)

Frankie and Johnny is a 1966 American musical film starring Elvis Presley as a riverboat gambler. The role of "Frankie" was played by Donna Douglas from The Beverly Hillbillies TV series. The film reached #40 on the Variety weekly national box office list for 1966. The budget of the film was estimated at $4.5 million. The director was Frederick De Cordova, who was the director and producer of The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson beginning in 1970.

Fortress of Amerikkka (1989)

A young couple must wage war against a ferocious militia group plotting against the very tenants of democracy and freedom! Directed by Eric Louzil (Class of Nuke 'Em High Part 2).

Fun with Dick and Jane (1977)

Manager Dick Harper and his attractive young wife Jane are used to a comfortable lifestyle. They just build a swimming-pool when Dick is fired very unexpectedly - leaving him with $70,000 debt on the house. They try to hide this from the neighbors and just cut down their expenses, but soon it's obvious: living from unemployment bonus drives them crazy, it's uncertain if they can keep the house. Dick decides that robbing drug stores is their only way out - but this takes more skill than expected! Only as a team Dick and Jane can succeed.

La femme publique (1984)

The Public Woman (French: La femme publique) is a 1984 French drama film inspired by Dostoevsky's novel Demons and directed by Andrzej Żuławski, starring Valérie Kaprisky, Lambert Wilson and Francis Huster as the lead actors. The film had a total of 1,302,425 admissions in France where it was the 28th highest grossing film of the year.

Out of Erasers (2011)

Inventory of the Motherland (2013)

36 Secrets of Courtship (1982)

Nymphomania (1994)

The Countess of Corfu (1972)

The Countess of Corfu (Greek: Η Κόμησσα Της Κέρκυρας) is a 1972 film starring Rena Vlahopoulou, Alekos Alexandrakis and Nonika Galinea. The movie was filmed in Corfu, the birthplace of Rena Vlahopoulou.

The Adventures of Sam Space (1960)

On The Low (2005)

Sally Swing (1938)

Sally Swing is a 1938 Fleischer Studios animated short film starring Rose Marie as Sally Swing and Margie Hines as Betty Boop.

A Portrait of Eden (2011)

Sagebrush Troubadour (1935)

The Sagebrush Troubadour is a 1935 American Western film directed by Joseph Kane and starring Gene Autry, Barbara Pepper, and Smiley Burnette. Written by Oliver Drake and Joseph F. Poland, the film is about two Texas Rangers traveling undercover as western troubadours in search of the killer of an old, half-blind man.

Post Partum (2014)

Look at Me Again (2012)

Sea Racketeers (1937)

Sea Racketeers is a 1937 American film directed by Hamilton MacFadden.

Artifact from the Future: The Making of 'THX 1138' (2004)

Here Is Mariah Carey (1993)

Glückskinder (1936)

Lucky Kids (German:Glückskinder) is a 1936 German romantic comedy film directed by Paul Martin and starring Lilian Harvey, Willy Fritsch and Paul Kemp. The film's art direction was by Erich Kettelhut.

The Horrible Life of Dr. Ghoul (2013)

Drifter (2007)

Cookin' with Gags (1955)

Taiga (1992)

Taiga (1992) is an eight-hour documentary directed and photographed by Ulrike Ottinger. It focuses on the life and rituals of nomadic peoples in Northern Mongolia, specifically the Darkhad nomads and the Soyon Uriankhai.

A Girl Called Tigress (1973)

The Swing School (1938)

The Swing School is a 1938 Fleischer Studios animated short film starring Betty Boop.

Mao bian (1991)

Water for Maya (2000)

Journey of a Story (2012)

On the Razzle (1983)

Happy Voodoo (2012)

Das dumme Gänslein (1944)

Das dumme Gänslein (The Silly Goose) is one in a trio of German animated short films produced in 1944 by Hans Fischerkoesen, who was the chief animator and author. It is a tale of a female goose consumed by adventure and urban glamour in her countryside life, who had to be saved from a cunning fox by her friends and family. The moral of the tale was not be extravagant and adventurous due to its consequences and it not being what one would expect, and promoting that people should live a ‘normal’ German family life. The animation has an underling theme of Nazi propaganda. It symbolises the Völkisch ideology to be traditionally conventional, demonstrating the idea that a woman’s main purpose was to produce ‘true’ German children, and not be individualistic or sexually sinful. It represents that if you vary from the traditional German life then the consequences could be dire, possibly leading to death. This can relate to the Nazi fear policy, by which people who opposed the regime or were seen as asocial, were punished and it could have eventually lead to their death. The film also indirectly contains anti-Semitism through the character of the cunning fox.

Kaiserjäger (1956)

Kaiserjäger is a 1956 Austrian film directed by Willi Forst.

Yvy Maraey (2013)

The Surrender (2014)

America Destroyed by Design (1998)

Zirkus is nich (2007)

How to Start the Day (1937)

Face to Panty Ratio (2011)

To Have and to Hold (2001)

Perpetual Motion (2003)

Happy Days (1980)

Brasília, Contradições de uma Cidade (1968)

Die Bauten Adolf Hitlers (1938)

The Formula (1980)

The Formula is a mystery film directed by John G. Avildsen released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer in 1980. It features a preeminent cast including Marlon Brando, George C. Scott, John Gielgud, and Marthe Keller. Craig T. Nelson also makes a brief appearance as a geologist.

Fingers (1978)

Fingers is a 1978 drama film directed by James Toback.

Grace (2014)

Grace stylized Grace. is a 2014 U.S. drama film directed by Heath Jones and written by Cindy Joy Goggins and Jones, starring Annika Marks, Sharon Lawrence, Chase Mowen and Cindy Joy Goggins. It is produced by Sylvia Caminer and was first released at the Nashville Film Festival on 18 April 2014.

The Grateful Dead (1977)

The Grateful Dead Movie, released in 1977 and directed by Jerry Garcia, is a film that captures live performances from rock band the Grateful Dead during an October 1974 five-night run at Winterland in San Francisco. These concerts marked the beginning of a hiatus of unknown length for the band, with the October 20, 1974 show billed as "The Last One". The band would return to touring in 1976. The film features the "Wall of Sound" concert sound system that the Dead used for all of 1974. The movie also portrays the burgeoning Deadhead scene. Two albums have been released in conjunction with the film and the concert run: Steal Your Face and The Grateful Dead Movie Soundtrack.

A Gunfight (1971)

A Gunfight is a Western movie from 1971 directed by Lamont Johnson, starring Kirk Douglas and Johnny Cash. The film was financed by the Jicarilla Apache Tribe, although there are no leading Native American characters in the story.

The Ghoul (1975)

The Ghoul is a 1975 British Tyburn Film Productions horror film directed by Freddie Francis and starring Peter Cushing, Veronica Carlson, John Hurt and Alexandra Bastedo. In the United States, the film was released as Night Of The Ghoul and The Thing In The Attic.

A Home Of Our Own (1993)

A Home of Our Own is a 1993 drama film directed by Tony Bill, starring Kathy Bates and Edward Furlong. It is the story of a mother and her six children trying to establish a home in the small town of Hankston, Idaho in 1962.

Far Out Man (1990)

Far Out Man was a 1990 comedy film written, directed by and starring Tommy Chong. It was filmed in Los Angeles, California, USA. Cinetel Films produced the movie and it was distributed in USA theaters by New Line Cinema, Sony Video (VHS), Platinum Disc (DVD), and RCA/Columbia Pictures Home Video (VHS). It was distributed in Germany by Ascot Video (VHS) and in Brazil by Odyssey (VHS). It was distributed in Canadian theaters by Alliance.

Four Boxes (2009)

Four Boxes is a 2009 low-budget horror thriller starring Justin Kirk, Terryn Westbrook and Sam Rosen. The film was written, produced and directed by the husband-and-wife team Wyatt McDill and Megan Huber of Minneapolis. The 85-minute film, which cost $40,000 to produce, debuted at the 2009 South by Southwest film festival. The film is about three people who run an online auction business disposing of the possessions of recently deceased people. They move into a house they have to clear out, and discover on the computer a bookmarked website that plays four webcams that apparently are hidden in the apartment of a hooded bombmaker who is unaware he is being watched.

The Flats (2002)

The Flats is a 2002 independent film written and directed by brothers Tyler Requa and Kelly Requa. Filmed in October 2001 near Mt. Vernon and the Skagit Valley of Washington, The Flats was produced by Clear Pictures, LLC and premiered at the 2002 Seattle International Film Festival.

Flying Virus (2001)

Flying Virus (also known as Killer Buzz) is a 2001 American-Brazilian horror film written and directed by Jeff Hare, which starred Gabrielle Anwar and Rutger Hauer. Anwar plays a journalist who uncovers a government conspiracy to release virus-carrying killer bees.

Gabriela (1950)

Gabriela is a 1950 West German musical drama film directed by Géza von Cziffra and starring Zarah Leander, Carl Raddatz and Vera Molnar. It was Leander's comeback film after a seven-year absence from filmmaking . In 1943 when the Nazi leadership had demanded she take German citizenship, she had broken her contract with UFA and returned to her native Sweden. In the immediate post-war era she was banned from appearing in German films because of her previous association with the Nazi hierarchy. From 1949 this was relaxed, and she was able to make films once more. It was the third highest-grossing film at the West German box office in 1950.

Guilty Hearts (2006)

Guilty Hearts is an omnibus drama film consisting of six short stories. It is directed by George Gargurevich, Krystoff Pizykucki, Paul Black, Phil Dornfield, Ravi Kumar, and Savina Dellicour, and written by George Augusto. One source gives Gargurevich as Augusto and also includes director Benjamin Ross. Charlie Sheen and Anna Faris star in the episode "Spelling Bee"; Eva Mendes in "Outskirts"; Julie Delpy in "Notting Hill Anxiety Festival"; Stellan Skarsgård in "Torte Bluma"; Kathy Bates in "The Ingrate"; and Imelda Staunton in "Ready". It was produced by Dominic Norris, Josie Law, Peter Soldinger, and Stephen Sacks.

Getting Away With Murder (1996)

Getting Away with Murder is a 1996 American comedy film written and directed by Harvey Miller. The film stars Dan Aykroyd, Jack Lemmon, Lily Tomlin and Bonnie Hunt. This was the final project for veteran writer and director Harvey Miller. It received poor reviews and was panned by critics.

Julia and Julia (1987)

Julia and Julia (Italian: Giulia e Giulia) is a 1987 Italian drama film directed by Peter Del Monte. The screenplay by Silvia Napolitano, Sandro Petraglia, Joseph Minion, and Del Monte is based on a story by Napolitano.

Game Day (2007)

Chaos reigns when two buddies (Frank Brantley, Tommy Lamarr Owens) crash a football party.

Going All The Way (1997)

Going All the Way is a 1997 film directed by Mark Pellington. The film was written by Dan Wakefield, based on his 1970 novel. It won an award at the Sundance Film Festival.

The Gunfighters (1987)

The Gunfighters is a 1987 television Western film, starring Art Hindle and George Kennedy, directed by Clay Borris.

Life Is Cool (2008)

The movie “Life is Cool" is about a group of friends in their 30's. One of the characters named Romeo, who is not only a romantic playboy, but always has his heart on his sleeve falls in love with a woman for the first time in many years. He later finds out that his best friends are also in love with the same woman, which causes quite a bit of problems.

Fidel (1971)

FIDEL provides a unique view of Cuba's controversial and most polarizing leader. In 1968, Castro took filmmaker and activist Saul Landau on a weeklong jeep ride through the eastern mountains. There, he plays baseball with a group of peasants, visits his pre-school and trades jokes with a 98-year old man. Fidel also listens to the people's concerns about food distribution, bad roads and transportation. Landau captures Cuba's revolutionary chief early in the morning in his tent. The camera zooms in on his dirty and delicate fingernails holding his trademark cigar while he tells a story of Símon Bolivar and offers tactical advice to guerrilla warriors throughout the Third World. The film contains rare and fascinating archive footage of the Bay of Pigs invasion and scenes of Che Guevara alongside interviews with political prisoners. Spectacular photography and editing with hot Cuban music provide the cinematic aesthetics that give this film beautiful form to accompany its exciting content.

Sesame Street: Sesame Sings Karaoke (2003)

Get ready for a musical extravaganza with the Muppets from Sesame Street! Something's in the air on Sesame Street that makes everyone want to sing! Elmo and Rosita break into song when they have a playmate, but can't find each other! "Won't Somebody Come and Play?" The music goes on into the night when Sesame Street stays up late to sing more songs - karaoke style. Kids of all ages can sing and dance along to renditions of such Sesame Street favorites as "ABC-DEF-GHI," "You Say Hola, Ladybug Picnic," "New Way to Walk," "Let's Go Driving," "and People in Your Neighborhood." And the beat goes on - even with forgotten lyrics, stage fright and a broken karaoke machine! Featuring special guest performance clips by Gloria Estefan, Destiny's Child and Ben Stiller!

Torchlighters: The Eric Liddell Story (2007)

Pressure to follow public opinion couldn't get much stronger. National hero Eric Liddell is Scotland's pride and joy. The entire country is eager for their running celebrity to sprint past the rest of the world and bring home Olympic gold in the 100-meter race. But when Eric makes the stunning announcement that he won't race on Sunday because of his religious convictions, he is soon labeled a disgrace and a traitor. See how Eric's famous stand during the 1924 Olympics prepares him for even greater challenges as a missionary to China during World War II. Torchlighters is a series of animated programs for youth ages 8-12, presenting the lives of true-life heroes from Christian history. When kids see what God can do through a "Torchlighter" who is devoted to carrying out His will and purposes, they too may want to carry a torch of faith by serving Him.

Lukewarm (2012)

A bartender (Jeremy Jones) tries to reconnect with the father (John Schneider) who abandoned him as a child.

Castle in the Air (1952)

Castle in the Air is a 1952 British comedy film directed by Henry Cass and starring David Tomlinson, Helen Cherry, Margaret Rutherford and Gordon Jackson. It was adapted from the play by Alan Melville.

Deadly Target (1994)

Deadly Target is a 1994 action/martial arts film from PM Entertainment Group, written by Michael January and James Adelstein, produced by Joseph Merhi and Richard Pepin, directed by Charla Driver, and starring Gary Daniels, Ken McLeod, Max Gail, Byron Mann, and Susan Byun.

Solstice (2013)

Less than a year after her twin sister's suicide, Megan and her friends take one last road trip. When a handsome local teaches them the Creole spell of the summer solstice, the group tries to resurrect the sister's spirit - with deadly results.

Aya: Awakenings (2013)

A journalist travels to the Amazon Jungle to uncover the mysteries surrounding a powerful plant medicine made by shamans.

Allosaurus: A Walking with Dinosaurs Special (2000)

The Ballad of Big Al is a two episode series of Walking with Dinosaurs specials following the real-world Allosaurus specimen "Big Al". It first aired on BBC One in the United Kingdom during Christmas 2000.

Tip On A Dead Jockey (1957)

Tip on a Dead Jockey is a 1957 film drama starring Robert Taylor. It is based on The New Yorker 1954 short story by Irwin Shaw.

Fathers Of The Sport (2008)

The history of basketball and its legendary players.

Famous in 31 Days (2010)

John Gerard quits his job and travels across the country to become nationally recognized.

Cassanova Was a Woman (2016)

Cassanova, a struggling actress who doesn't seem to fit in anywhere, falls in love with a woman while still married to her husband.

Pueblo (1973)

Questions surround North Korea's 1968 seizure of the USS Pueblo, its captain (Hal Holbrook) and crew.

Channel Crossing (1933)

Aboard a Channel steamer bound for Calais, a Dutch Financier carrying forged stock is on the brink of being exposed. His secretary’s lover seems to have discovered his secret, which he wishes to protect at all costs...

Lakey Peterson: Zero to 100 (2013)

Surfer Lakey Peterson rises to become one of the most progressive women in surfing today.

Street Revenge (2008)

Gritty action illuminates a deadly street war between the notorious NY mob and a ruthless Latino street gang. As they each fight for control, chaos erupts and nothing but blood soaked streets are left behind.

The Snow Creature (1954)

The Snow Creature is a 1954 black-and-white sci-fi monster movie produced and directed by W. Lee Wilder, written by Myles Wilder, and starring Paul Langton and Leslie Denison.

All In The Game (2006)

All in the Game is a 2006 British one-off television drama, made by Tightrope Pictures for Channel 4.

The Burger & the King: The Life & Cuisine of Elvis Presley (1996)

Filmmaker James Marsh reveals Presley's favorite meals and love for food.

A.K.A Nadia (2015)

A happily married mother of two seems to have the perfect life until her hidden past comes to light.

The Old Place (2000)

Filmmakers Jean-Luc Godard and Anne-Marie Miville voice their personal philosophies.

Little Lise (1930)

Little Lise (French: La petite Lise) is a 1930 French drama film directed by Jean Grémillon and starring Nadia Sibirskaïa. The film's sets were designed by Guy de Gastyne.

Darker Than Midnight (2014)

Darker Than Midnight (Italian: Più buio di mezzanotte) is a 2014 Italian drama film directed by Sebastiano Riso. It was screened as part of the International Critics' Week section at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival.

Riding Alone for Thousands of Miles (2005)

For the first time in years, aging fisherman Takata Gou-ichi boards a bullet train to Tokyo when he learns his estranged son is gravely ill. But at the hospital, his son refuses to see him. Daughter-in-law Rie urges Takata to watch a videotape of a documentary his son was filming in rural China. Moved by what he sees, Takata vows to complete his son's work. Though laden with obstacles, his odyssey into the heart of China and the kinship he develops with a fatherless boy and the villagers who care for him recaptures a sense of family he thought he had lost a long time ago.

You're Only Young Once (1937)

You're Only Young Once (1937) is the second Andy Hardy movie, with Lewis Stone permanently replacing Lionel Barrymore as Judge Hardy, and Mickey Rooney appearing as his son Andy. MGM replaced Barrymore and Spring Byington (with Fay Holden), since both were too expensive for the sequel's modest budget. Only Rooney, Cecilia Parker and Sara Haden, as Aunt Milly, remained from the original cast.

Judge Hardy's Children (1938)

Judge Hardy's Children is a film in the Andy Hardy series. The plot involves the Hardys visiting Washington, DC, in this third entry in MGM's "Hardy Family" series.

Céline (2008)

Céline is a 2008 television film biopic about the life of Canadian singer Celine Dion. The film chronicles Dion's life from a young girl singing in her father's club, right through her career as a worldwide successful singer to the present day. It was directed by Jeff Woolnough.

The Vigilante (2010)

In 2046, a genius orphan who is on the run finds redemption on the road with a mentally corrected serial killer.

Riding Shotgun (1954)

Riding Shotgun is a 1954 western film directed by Andre DeToth, starring Randolph Scott, Wayne Morris and Joan Weldon. the film was based on the 1942 short story Riding Solo by Kenneth Taylor Perkins.

Buccaneer's Girl (1950)

Starring Yvonne De Carlo, Philip Friend and Elsa Lanchester, Buccaneer’s Girl is an exciting adventure filled with romance and intrigue. When brave Boston stowaway Deborah McCoy (De Carlo) is captured by the notorious pirate Frederic Baptiste (Friend), she stealthily escapes to New Orleans and uses her talents to get hired as an entertainer. However, she soon discovers that Baptiste has a secret identity - aristocratic playboy Captain Robert Kingston - and must decide whether to assist him in his daring schemes.

Driving Miss Wealthy (2004)

Driving Miss Wealthy is a 2004 Hong Kong romantic comedy film directed by James Yuen and reunites La Brassiere's Lau Ching-wan and Gigi Leung. In the film, Lau poses a chauffeur hired to look after the spoiled rich woman played by Leung.

Surreal Sicko (2012)

A landlord/serial rapist frames a schizophrenic tenant to take the fall for his depraved crimes.

Pink & Blue: Colors of Hereditary Cancer (2015)

Filmmaker Alan M. Blassberg investigates the effects of BRCA on men and women.

Such a Long Journey (1999)

Such a Long Journey is a 1998 film based on the novel of the same name written by Rohinton Mistry. It is directed by Sturla Gunnarsson from a screenplay by Sooni Taraporevala.

We Got Lucky (2016)

When his girlfriend ditches him at a friend's house, a carefree man strikes up a new friendship that eventually becomes a brotherhood.

Sunken City (2014)

Nick enjoys being retired until he is called back to duty when a woman's body washes ashore.