Love Is Blind (2016)

A woman uses a magic potion that makes her crush see her as exceptionally beautiful.

Project Moonbase (1953)

Science-fiction author Robert A. Heinlein co-scripted this story about a lunar expedition threatened by a saboteur.

Men on Her Mind (1945)

A radio/nightclub singer (Mary Beth Hughes) makes suitors (Edward Norris, Ted North) wait for her career.

Joanna (2013)

A devastating cancer diagnosis prompts Joanna, the mother of a small boy, to write about what she hopes to be able to accomplish in the time she has left.

Cellulose (1954)

A poor young man (Józef Nowak) finds his life changing when he secures a job with a cellulose manufacturer in the big city, where his observations of his fellow workers slowly politicize his thinking.

In The Cupboard (2012)

Siblings return to the family home in Nigeria to support their mother after their father's death where secrets are revealed at the reading of the will and some family members having to do a lot of explaining.

To Be Takei (2014)

Together with his husband Brad, actor-activist George Takei parlays his remarkable acting career and wicked sense of humor into a new role as beloved pop-culture icon and Internet phenomenon.

Katusha (2014)

A 19-year-old teenager fights for her father's love by playing a violin piece.

A French Forger (2015)

Artist and forger Guy Ribes shares the secrets behind the creation of his art.

Oh Happy Day (2007)

Two men experience the consequences of a one night stand when they find out they will be working together and must make their unique relationship work no matter how they feel about each other.

Spring Fever (1927)

Impoverished shipping clerk Jack Kelly (William Haines) is a natural golfer. Jack's boss (George Fawcett) invites him to his country club so he can teach Jack how to play golf. Jack's skills on the course attract a bevy of onlookers, including the beautiful heiress Allie Monte (Joan Crawford). Jack tells her he's a millionaire, and they begin a romance and get married. But, when she finds out he's poor, she leaves him. Jack's only chance to win her back is a golf tournament.

Becky (1927)

A pretty store clerk attracts her share of men but stays within the bounds of propriety.

Innisfree (1990)

Filmmaker Jose Luis Guerin portrays life in the Irish village where John Ford filmed "The Quiet Man."

Herman U.S.A. (2001)

Minnesota bachelors are overwhelmed by the large response to their advertisement for female companionship.

Synthetic Sin (1929)

Betty (Colleen Moore) moves to New York City to star in her beau's play.

Viaje Fantástico en Globo (1975)

A professor in Africa crosses the globe from east to west with his servant and a bold Scottish hunter.

Backlash (2006)

Assassins track a beautiful CIA operative (Danielle Burgio) to the island of Trinidad.

Manhattan Minutiae (2016)

An intellectual slacker named Dex owns a club and hangs with his rocker gal pals. It's a nonstop party with the band until his childhood friend, Sonya, walks back into his life and makes him question everything.

Deadtime Stories (1986)

Twisted tales include a medieval boy (Scott Valentine) with witches, a girl (Nicole Picard) in red with a werewolf, and a killer Goldilocks (Cathryn de Prume).

When the Clock Strikes (1961)

A condemned criminal's acquaintances gather at a remote lodge on the eve of his execution to search for hidden money.

The Show Off (1926)

In this silent feature, Aubrey (Ford Sterling) is a born braggart, forever boasting of fortunes he doesn't have. Everyone can see right through him -- everyone except the mooning girl next door, Amy (Lois Wilson). The two marry, but Aubrey struggles to pay the bills, so he leans on her family. Her brother, the struggling inventor Joe (Gregory Kelly), is Aubrey's opposite: gifted and humble. When the family bankrolls Joe's latest invention, Aubrey intervenes. Will he save the day, or ruin it?

The Trouble With Women (1947)

A newswoman (Teresa Wright) must thwart a professor (Ray Milland) who's suing over her article about his theory of women.

The Weaker Sex (1948)

A British widow (Ursula Jeans) and her daughter wind up marrying naval officers billetted in their home.

The Criminal (1996)

With the odds against him, an accused rapist has one last chance to prove his innocence.

Reefer Madness (1936)

High-school principal Dr. Alfred Carroll (Josef Forte) relates to an audience of parents that marijuana can have devastating effects on teens. In his story, a drug supplier entices several restless teens, including sister and brother Mary (Dorothy Short) and Jimmy Lane (Warren McCollum) and Mary's boyfriend, Bill (Kenneth Craig), into frequenting a "reefer" house. Gradually, Bill and Jimmy are drawn into smoking dope, which affects their family lives and leads to a terrible crime.

Family Viewing (1987)

A video buff (Aidan Tierney) lives in a Canadian high-rise with his father (David Hemblen) and his father's mistress (Gabrielle Rose).

Doghead (2006)

A boy lives inside a special bubble, because of an illness.

Ghoulies 3: Ghoulies Go to College (1990)

Fraternity boys and other students battle furry monsters wreaking havoc on a campus.

Girls Will Be Boys (1934)

A young woman dresses up as a boy to fool a wealthy misogynist.

Chasing the Past (2014)

A man who's just lost his fiancé finds a woman in the desert who claims to be a time traveler.

World War Dead: Rise of the Fallen (2015)

One hundred years after WWI, a documentary crew goes to the Somme to boost its ratings. The crew members scramble when the dead rise from beneath their feet and begin a new war.

October Kiss (2015)

After being hired as a nanny by a widowed, work-obsessed man, Poppy teaches the family that unconditional love, family and the joy of everyday occurrences are the most important things in life.

Dix (2008)

Marc starts treatment to overcome his fear of stepping in the lines between paving stones.

The Twilight Angel (2014)

An artist painting a series of twelve angels goes into a depression when he cannot finish the last portrait. Through his creative process, the artist finds a way out of the darkness.

Patrick the Great (1945)

A Broadway star's (Donald Cook) son (Donald O'Connor) becomes his rival, with women involved, at a mountain lodge.

Je Préfère Qu'on Reste Amis (2005)

Two friends have unique problems finding love, but by teaming together they may find success.

Elephant Stampede (1951)

Bomba the jungle boy (Johnny Sheffield) and native girlfriend Lola (Donna Martell) send ivory hunters packing from a game preserve.

Japanese Hell (1999)

Rika is taken to hell to witness the agony suffered by those who sinned on Earth.

Que Viva Mexico (1979)

Lauded Soviet director Sergei Eisenstein spent an extended period of time in Mexico working on an ambitious project that was never realized until much later, when this film was assembled from the largely abandoned footage. Moving from ancient Mayan times to the 1930s, the episodic movie features various dramatic segments, including scenes of a marriage ceremony and of bullfighting, as well as a Day of the Dead celebration and depictions of the Mexican Revolution.

To Kill a Man (2014)

An attack on his daughter leads a mild-mannered family man (Daniel Candia) to take revenge on the vicious street thugs who have tormented him and his family for a long time.

The Twelve Chairs (1962)

A merchant, a revolutionary and a priest search for a chair containing hidden jewels.

A Time to Remember (1988)

A singing priest (Donald O'Connor) guides a budding opera star whose mother (Morgana King) and father (Raymond Serra) disagree about his future.

The Harmonium in My Memory (1999)

A teenager (Jeon Do-yeon) develops a crush on a clumsy teacher (Lee Byung-Hun) trying to win the affections of a colleague (Lee Mi-yeon).

Band of Thieves (1962)

Seven ex-convicts embarking on successful careers as jazz musicians find old habits hard to break.

Lemmy (2010)

The leather, the hats, the sideburns and the countless bottles of whiskey. The life of legendary frontman Lemmy Kilminster is chronicled in this documentary.

A Girl to Kill For (1989)

Nerdy transfer student Chuck (Sasha Jensen) meets the gorgeous Sue (Karen Medak) on his first day at Malibu's Pepperdine University. The voluptuous coed sweeps the insecure young man off his feet, and soon has him running out on the bill at high-class restaurants, stealing expensive sports cars and breaking into high-rise office buildings for fun. But when Chuck's conscience gets the better of him, he discovers that he might be in deeper trouble than he realized.

Natural Selection (1999)

An obsessive FBI agent (David Carradine) and a documentarian take a special interest in a serial killer (Michael Bowen) on the lam in Texas.

What's With Love? (2002)

Cinta (Dian Sastrowardoyo), a teenager in suburban Jakarta, spends all of her time with her four girlfriends, Maura (Titi Kamal), Alya (Ladya Cheryll), Carmen (Adinia Wirasti) and Milly (Sissy Priscillia) -- that is, until she falls for Rangga (Nicholas Saputra), the unassuming winner of the school poetry contest. Rangga's presence triggers the jealousy of Cinta's best friends, and things get more challenging for the couple when the girls pressure Cinta to choose between them and Rangga.

Herowork (1977)

A man uses a police monitor and CB radio to solve a murder and clear his name.

The Story of Lovers Rock (2011)

Reggae music becomes popular in Britain during the 1970s and 1980s.

Reason to Die (1990)

A bounty hunter (Wings Hauser) and a newswoman (Anneline Kriel) track a killer (Arnold Vosloo) of hookers in South Africa.

In Over My Head (2012)

Nathan thinks he can live how he wants until tragedy strikes. He is forced to choose between his siblings and his girlfriend -- or try to keep both.

A Ring of Endless Light (2002)

After meeting a research student (Ryan Merriman), a 16-year-old (Mischa Barton) discovers she can communicate with dolphins.

Indio (1990)

A Marine (Francesco Quinn) comes home to the Amazon and fights to save a rain forest from a developer (Brian Dennehy) and his henchman (Marvelous Marvin Hagler).

Treacherous (2010)

Two women's friendship is put to the test after they both fall for the same man.

The Secret Garden (1975)

Young Mary Lennox (Sarah Hollis Andrews) becomes an orphan in 19th-century India after her parents succumb to cholera. She's sent to live with her uncle Archibald Craven (John Woodnutt) in the English countryside and gets to know the servants, who become her only real friends in the large house. Her world changes dramatically, however, when a mysterious robin introduces her to a secret garden full of adventures, and she encounters a cousin she never knew she had.

Fast on the Draw (1950)

A gun-shy rodeo star (Jimmy "Shamrock" Ellison) reluctantly becomes a lawman and must bring an outlaw gang to justice.

Scooby-Doo & The Sea Monsters (2012)

Scooby and the gang investigate sightings of a monster.

Devotion (1946)

As sisters Emily (Ida Lupino), Charlotte (Olivia de Havilland) and Anne Brontë (Nancy Coleman) all work on their novels, they each face their own series of tragedies. Both Charlotte and Anne fall in love with handsome Arthur Nicholls (Paul Henreid), and Emily struggles to keep their troubled brother, Branwell (Arthur Kennedy), away from the bottle so he can focus on his painting. While happiness eludes them, all three sisters use their personal heartache as inspiration for their writing.

In His Steps (1964)

A dramatic event changes the lives of an aspiring actress and a newspaper publisher.

The Man on the Balcony (1993)

A detective relies on a known thief to help trap a serial killer roaming the streets of Stockholm, Sweden.

Devil's Hill (1988)

Sent off by their unwell mother, Sam (Cameron Atkins) and his sister, Jessie (Emma Pugh), go to Tasmania to live with their pioneer cousin, Badge (Alexander Jacobs), on the family farm. But the young, bullying city-slicker finds life on the frontier to be harder than he expected. When their cow runs away, the children embark on a wild adventure through the bush to find her. As they face life and death situations, each must confront their fears and work together for the good of the family.

Kansas City Princess (1934)

Two manicurists (Joan Blondell, Glenda Farrell) cruise to Paris and meet a millionaire (Hugh Herbert) and his bodyguard.

Hot Money (1936)

A crafty salesman attempts to raise some quick cash to fund an inventor's development of a gasoline substitute.

Beauty and Brawn (1963)

A carhop and a dishwasher, each pretending to be wealthy and sophisticated, go exploring on a whirlwind three-day date.

Dos caras tiene el destino (1952)

A doctor whose wife left goes far away, during the journey someone similar dies and he adopts the identity of the deceased.

El Sátiro (1981)

When a painter agrees to take care of a friend's daughter, the girl is kidnapped at the airport and tries to escape.

Graceland (2012)

The life of a chauffeur (Arnold Reyes) takes a terrifying turn when -- by mistake -- his own young daughter is kidnapped instead of the child of the corrupt politician for whom he works.

The Straw Man (1953)

An insurance company hires a private detective to investigate the murder of a wealthy client's mistress.

Once a Thief (1965)

All ex-convict Eddie Pedak (Alain Delon) wants is a fresh start with his wife, Kristine (Ann-Margret), and daughter, Kathy (Tammy Locke), as he tries to rebuild his life in San Francisco, but a few obstacles stand in his way. One is Inspector Mike Vido (Van Heflin) of the SFPD, who believes Pedak is the man who shot him several years back, and wants revenge. The other is Pedak's brother, Walter (Jack Palance), a lifetime criminal who persistently tries to recruit him to pull one last job.

The Paleface (1922)

Evil oil barons try to kick Indians off their land, and Buster joins the tribe to help them fight.

King of the Gamblers (1948)

A district attorney (William Wright) links racketeers to a pro-football murder/frame-up.

Cadets on Parade (1942)

A young cadet accused of cowardice sets out to prove his valor with the help of a friend.

The Myth of the American Sleepover (2010)

Four young people search for love and adventure on the last weekend of the summer.

La Venganza de Huracán Ramírez (1967)

Some men are subjected to experiments that transform them into wild beasts and they face a pair of wrestlers.

Test of Faith (1987)

A college student risks losing a scholarship when he defends his beliefs.

Sonny Boy (1990)

Small-time crook Slue (Paul L. Smith) sends his lackey, Weasel (Brad Dourif), to steal a car, and they're surprised to find a baby in the backseat. Slue and his transvestite lover, Pearl (David Carradine), decide to keep the child, naming him Sonny Boy. But the sadistic couple torture the boy and cut him off from the outside world, and years later, the teenage Sonny Boy (Michael Griffin) is incapable of functioning in society and is forced to submit to the criminal whims of his "parents."

Cold Light of Day (1990)

A dismemberer (Bob Flag) cites cases of his homosexual necrophilia for a London police inspector (Geoffrey Greenhill).

Born Champion (2000)

Despite his mother's protest, a young man wants to become a motocross racer like his father.

Andy Colby's Incredibly Awesome Adventure (1989)

A boy (Randy Josselyn) searches the TV world for his little sister who's been pulled by a wizard into a video.

Calypso Joe (1957)

A pretty airline stewardess turns a deaf ear to her lover's pleas when she decides to wed a wealthy Latino instead.

Buffalo Girls (2012)

In Thailand, two 8-year-old girls undergo months of rigorous training and a brutal schedule as they prepare to fight each other for a championship title.

Entre Compadres Te Veas (1989)

Family bonds are broken when a man (Lalo Gonzlez) and his two sons (Vicente Fernndez, Andrs Garca) fall for a seductive bank robber who has designs on their poker winnings.

Capricious Summer (1968)

Antonin (Rudolf Hrusnsk) and his aging buddies, one a former military man and the other a priest, are trying to unwind during their summer vacation at a resort. Those plans are jettisoned, however, when a circus performer arrives at the retreat, along with his young and attractive assistant, and sets up shop by entertaining the guests with magic and big-top events. What first seems a bother to Antonin and his friends soon starts awakening memories of their own youth.

Dreaming of Rita (1992)

Bob (Per Oscarsson) is obsessed with the actress Rita Hayworth, going so far as to name his daughter (Marika Lagercrantz) after the star. When Bob's wife dies, he decides to find Sabine (Lise Ringheim), a beautiful woman he once dated who looked just like Hayworth. Rita is roped into her father's quest for Sabine, resulting in an impromptu daughter/father road trip. Meanwhile, Rita's husband, Steff (Philip Zandn), struggles to contend with their children in her absence.

The Cases (2001)

A ghost expert from Hong Kong researches haunted places, ghouls and the dark arts.

The Golden Touch (1935)

King Midas discovers that the ability to turn objects into gold is more of a curse than a blessing.

Dry Wood, Fierce Fire (2002)

Myopic, awkward Alice (Miriam Yeung) writes for a women's magazine whose staff is being combined with that of a men's magazine. In the new office environment, she meets Ryan (Louis Koo), a dreamy coworker prone to fainting spells. The two strike up a friendship and Alice coaches Ryan on how best to woo the powerful editor Michelle (Flora Chan). As the two spend more time together, they begin to realize that perhaps they could be more than just friends.

Van Veeteren: Borkmann's Point (2005)

A lawman (Sven Wollter) investigates the decapitation of two people.

Behind Stone Walls (1932)

Life inside prison walls is anything but pleasant for one inmate.

Men in Love (1990)

A homosexual (Doug Self) takes his AIDS-victim ex-lover's ashes to Hawaii and joins a New Age guru's (Emerald Starr) group.

Murder-Set-Pieces (2004)

A sadistic photographer (Sven Garrett) tortures, rapes and kills strippers and prostitutes.

The Master Detective and Rasmus (1997)

Teen detective Kalle Blomkvist (Malte Forsberg) searches for a kidnapped inventor and son.

Las Recién Casadas (1960)

Three newlyweds from different social levels have serious problems in their marriages.

Belle Sommers (1962)

A publicity agent finds his life on the line after he agrees to work for a former singer with underworld connections.

Man From Headquarters (1942)

Reporter Larry Doyle (Frank Albertson) is on top of the world when he exposes the crimes of organized crime boss Louis Pedroni (Max Hoffman Jr.). His success, however, is spoiled in one fell swoop: He's fired from his job, kidnapped by Pedroni's thugs, knocked out and thrown on a train. Eventually, he wakes up in St. Louis, where he meets the lovely Ann (Joan Woodbury). But when he is then framed for an armed robbery, Larry must outsmart the criminals who want to prevent him from testifying.

Boy Soldier (1986)

A young British soldier stationed in war-torn Northern Ireland kills an Irish rebel in self-defense and finds himself thrown into an ordeal when the very authorities who sanctioned his actions suddenly change and decide to use him as a scapegoat.

The Beloved Bachelor (1931)

A man falls in love with his adopted daughter after he loses his lover.

Deliver Us From Evil (1974)

Fed up with violence in their neighborhood, a janitor, a teacher and a disabled boy band together against drug dealers and other thugs.

Earthworm Tractors (1936)

A salesman pulls out all the stops in a last-ditch effort to sell his latest tractor to an old-fashioned lumberman.