Colombiana is a 2011 French action film co-written and produced by Luc Besson and directed by Olivier Megaton. The French director's best known other movies are the action films Transporter 3, Taken 2 and Taken 3. The film stars Zoe Saldana in the lead role with supporting roles by Michael Vartan, Cliff Curtis, Lennie James, Callum Blue, and Jordi Mollà. "Colombiana" means a woman from Colombia, and is also a genus of orchids. The film is about Cataleya (Amandla Stenberg), a nine-year-old girl in Colombia whose family is killed by drug lord named Don Luis Sandoval (Beto Benites). Fifteen years later, a 24-year-old Cataleya (Zoe Saldana) has become an accomplished assassin. Even though Don Luis is now in the witness protection program in the U.S. and is guarded by many heavily armed gangsters, Cataleya uses every means at her disposal, including death threats to law enforcement officials, to find where Don Luis is hiding and avenge her family's death. While the film received a mixed reception from critics, with more negative reviews than positive reviews, Saldana's action sequences were praised and the movie earned $61 million against a $35 million budget.
The Chosen (2016)
The Chosen (Spanish: El elegido) is a 2016 film written and directed by Antonio Chavarrías. This starring by Hannah Murray, Alfonso Herrera, Julian Sands and Henry Goodman. The movie was filmed in Coyoacán, Mexico and Barcelona, Spain, and its release was scheduled for the first part of 2016. The film is based on the murder of Leon Trotsky in 1940.
Cinderella 2: Dreams Come True (2001)
Cinderella II: Dreams Come True is the first direct-to-video sequel to the 1950 Disney film Cinderella. It was made in 2001 and released on February 26, 2002. It was followed by Cinderella III: A Twist in Time in 2007. It consists of three segments featuring Cinderella planning a party, one of the mice, Jaq turned into a human, and one of Cinderella's brutal stepsisters (Anastasia, the redheaded one in a pink dress) reaching her redemption through falling in love with a young baker, a low-class man of whom Lady Tremaine and Drizella do not approve. Estimated to cost $5,000,000 to produce, Cinderella II: Dreams Come True was Walt Disney Pictures' top selling animated sequel that year, grossing approximately $120,000,000 in direct-to-video sales, but the film itself was met with a mainly negative response from fans and critics alike.
Rise & Shine: The Jay Demerit Story (2011)
Dream. Work. Play. Achieve.
About Time (2013)
About Time is a 2013 British romantic comedy-drama film about a young man with the special ability to time travel who tries to change his past in order to improve his future. The film was written and directed by Richard Curtis, and stars Domhnall Gleeson, Rachel McAdams and Bill Nighy. It was released in the United Kingdom on 4 September 2013.
Spy Kids 4-D: All the Time in the World (2011)
Bursting with an awesome array of ultracool, high-tech gadgetry, SPY KIDS delivers enough thrilling entertainment to satisfy the entire family! Nine years ago, top international spies Gregorio and Ingrid Cortez (Antonio Banderas and Carla Gugino) traded the excitement of espionage for the adventure of parenthood! But when they're called out on a secret mission, the Cortezes are separated from their family and kidnapped by the evil Fegan Floop. Fortunately, there are two people who possess the skills and know-how to reunite the family: Carmen and Juni Cortez, their kids! Your family will love every fun-filled second as Carmen and Juni bravely crisscross the globe in a thrilling quest to save their parents. All the while, they discover that keeping the family together is the most important mission in the world for kids and parents alike!
Little House: The Last Farewell (1984)
Charles and Caroline Ingalls (Michael Landon, Karen Grassle) return to Walnut Grove and lead opposition to a land-grabber.
Yana's Friends (1999)
Yana's Friends is a 1999 Israeli film directed by Arik Kaplun. script editor: Savi Gabizon. Critically acclaimed, it won 10 Israeli Academy Awards including the Ophir Award for Best Picture. It also won the Crystal Globe at the 34th Karlovy Vary International Film Festival in 1999. The film has a very rare 100% rating on the film website Rotten Tomatoes based on 30 reviews.
10 Attitudes (2001)
A gay man (Jason Stuart) embarks on a dating spree after his long-term boyfriend cheats on him.
Slap Her, She's French! (2002)
Slap Her… She's French (shown in the United States as She Gets What She Wants,) is a 2002 American teen comedy, directed by Melanie Mayron and starring Piper Perabo.
Ankur: The Seedling (1974)
Ankur (Hindi: अंकुर, Urdu: اَنکُر, translation: The Seedling) is an Indian colour film of 1974. It was the first feature film directed by Shyam Benegal and the debut of Indian actors Shabana Azmi and Anant Nag. Anant Nag was introduced in Ankur by Shyam Benegal after his higher education in Mumbai. The film was shot in Hyderabad. Though Shabana Azmi had acted in other films as well, Ankur was her first release. Like many of Benegal's other films, Ankur belongs to the genre of Indian art films, or more precisely, Indian Parallel cinema. The plot is based on a true story that occurred in Hyderabad, apparently in the 1950s. It was filmed almost entirely on location. Ankur has won three National Film Awards and 43 other prizes, both in India and abroad. It was nominated for the Golden Bear at the 24th Berlin International Film Festival. This film includes one whipping scene and more profanity than is usually found in Indian films.
Süskind is a Dutch war film directed by Rudolf van den Berg.
The film is based on the life of Walter Süskind and is set in Amsterdam during the Second World War.
The film was released in the Netherlands on 19 January 2012.
Together & Alone (1998)
People live on the dark fringes of Hollywood.
Return, also known as Return: A Case of Passion, is a 1985 independent mystery film, written, directed and co-produced by Andrew Silver. It was Silver's debut theatrical work.
Unnatural Causes (2008)
Julia and Matt are the owners of a successful advertising agency in Barcelona. Apparently they are happily married, but Matt, a very talented professional but unstable person, is confident his wife is cheating on him. He has her followed and when he thinks his suspicions are confirmed, arranges her murder. Unable to stand his own guilt Matt commits suicide. Julia has survived the murder attempt but her life is still in danger in a world of where everything is possible for the rise to power.
Lying is a 2006 American independent experimental film starring Chloë Sevigny and Jena Malone, Leelee Sobieski, as well as Henry Gummer. It was directed by video artist M. Blash. It premiered at the 2006 Cannes Film Festival Directors Fortnight and had a limited US release in 2008, with a DVD release following in May 2009. The film was given a small theatrical re-release in September 2009.
While the film follows a fairly loose, ambiguous narrative, it focuses on a group of acquaintances who spend the weekend together at a remote country house; the situation becomes complex throughout the days, though, as one of the women turns out to be a pathological liar.
Border Outlaws (1950)
A bounty of $1,000 is offered for the Phantom Rider who has been smuggling narcotics.
The Hours (2002)
The tale of three women linked by the Virginia Woolf novel, Mrs. Dalloway. Nicole Kidman won the Best Actress Oscar for her performance as the novelist battling insanity. Julianne Moore also stars as a Los Angeles housewife reading the novel and Meryl Streep plays a modern-day version of Mrs. Dalloway.
Heart of the West (1936)
Heart of the West is a 1936 American Western film directed by Howard Bretherton and written by Doris Schroeder. The film stars William Boyd, James Ellison, George "Gabby" Hayes, Sidney Blackmer, Lynn Gabriel, Fred Kohler and Warner Richmond. The film was released on July 24, 1936, by Paramount Pictures.
Exposed is a 1938 American drama film starring Glenda Farrell, Otto Kruger and Herbert Mundin. The film was directed by Harold D. Schuster and is based on George R. Bilson's unpublished story "Candid Camera Girl". It was released by Universal Pictures on November 4, 1938. A magazine photo-newswoman tried to make amends after exposing a lawyer and complication ensues when they fall in love.
The Cosmic Man (1959)
The Cosmic Man is a 1959 independently made black-and-white science fiction film, produced by Harry Marsh and Robert A. Terry, directed by Herbert S. Greene, that stars John Carradine and Bruce Bennett. The film was distributed by Allied Artists.
Confession of a Gangster (2010)
Hoping for a better life, two women hatch a plan to steal money from a drug dealer (David Fernandez).
Allons z'enfants (1981)
A former soldier sends his reluctant son (Lucas Belvaux) to a military school where the cadet clashes with the commanding officers.
Border Romance (1929)
Border Romance is a 1929 American Pre-Code romantic western film directed by Richard Thorpe. It stars Armida, Don Terry, Marjorie Kane, and Victor Potel.
Secrets of Monte Carlo (1951)
Secrets of Monte Carlo is a 1951 American crime film directed by George Blair and starring Warren Douglas, Lois Hall and June Vincent.
Scotland Yard Investigator (1945)
Scotland Yard Investigator is a 1945 American crime film directed by George Blair and starring C. Aubrey Smith, Erich von Stroheim and Stephanie Bachelor. Following the outbreak of the Second World War the Mona Lisa is moved to a London gallery for safekeeping, where a German art collector attempts to steal it. The film was a loose sequel to Republic's 1944 thriller Secrets of Scotland Yard with a number of the same cast and crew.
Biwi No. 1 (1999)
Biwi No.1 is a 1999 Indian Hindi comedy-drama film directed by David Dhawan. It stars Salman Khan, Karisma Kapoor, and Sushmita Sen. Anil Kapoor, Tabu, and Himani Shivpuri feature in supporting roles while Saif Ali Khan and Amitabh Bachchan have cameo appearances. Biwi No.1 was released on 28 May 1999, and proved to be the second highest-grossing Bollywood film of that year, behind Hum Saath-Saath Hain. It is remake of the 1995 Tamil film Sathi Leelavathi.
The Valley of the Bees (1968)
A newly married man sends his young son off to join an order of religious knights.
Whang long xue bei (1977)
Employees of a Japanese transportation company and a Chinese forwarding agency clash in a bloody conflict.
Future Weather (2012)
Future Weather is a 2012 American drama film written and directed by Jenny Deller and starring Perla Haney-Jardine, Lili Taylor, Amy Madigan and Marin Ireland.
Border Wolves (1938)
Border Wolves is a 1938 American Western film directed by Joseph H. Lewis and written by Norton S. Parker. The film stars Bob Baker, Constance Moore, Fuzzy Knight, Dick Jones, Willie Fung, Oscar O'Shea and Frank Campeau. The film was released on February 25, 1938, by Universal Pictures.
Pata Nahi Rabb Kehdeyan Rangan Ch Raazi (2012)
Pata Nahi Rabb Kehdeyan Rangan Ch Raazi is a 2012 Punjabi film starring Neeru Bajwa, Tarun Khanna, Gurpreet Ghuggi, Amar Noorie in lead roles. It's directed by Ravinder Peepat and Produced by Harman and Jasmeet Singh Judge Films Production Pvt. Ltd. The film is released by Kapil Batra Films Production House.
Armed Response (1986)
Armed Response is a 1986 action crime film, starring David Carradine and Lee Van Cleef and directed by Fred Olen Ray. This is the first action film made by CineTel Films which would become famous in that genre.
The Smiling Lieutenant (1931)
The Smiling Lieutenant is a 1931 American Pre-Code musical comedy film directed by Ernst Lubitsch, starring Maurice Chevalier and Claudette Colbert, and released by Paramount Pictures. Made in the Pre-Code era, it was written by Samson Raphaelson and Ernest Vajda, from the operetta Ein Walzertraum by Oscar Straus, with libretto by Leopold Jacobson and Felix Dörmann, which in turn was based on the novel Nux, der Prinzgemahl ("Nux the Prince Consort") by Hans Müller-Einigen. The film was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture. This was the first of three films directed by Lubitsch and starring Miriam Hopkins. The other two were Trouble in Paradise and Design for Living.
Disc Jockey (1951)
Disc Jockey is a 1951 American film.
Case 219 (2010)
Case 219 is a 2010 American Drama film starring Evan Ross, Leven Rambin, and Taylor Nichols, and Harold Perrineau. The film was written and directed by James Bruce and is based on the Walter Dean Myers novel Shooter.
Sword of Heaven (1985)
A Japanese cop/martial arts expert is on vacation in Los Angeles when he receives an ancient samurai sword with mystical powers. Utilizing the power of the sword, he breaks up an extortion ring operated by a corrupt cop and a ruthless commando.
The Sinister Saga of Making 'The Stunt Man' (2000)
Filmmaker Richard Rush describes making and releasing his 1980 film, "The Stunt Man."
Kadhalil Sodhappuvadhu Yeppadi (2012)
A boy falls in and out of love with the same girl, over and over again, before finally reuniting with her.
Spinning Plates (2013)
The stories of three restaurants and the people behind them reveal how food draws families and communities together.
Cold Weather (2010)
Cold Weather is an American mystery film written by Aaron Katz, Ben Stambler, and Brendan McFadden and directed by Katz with Stambler and McFadden producing. The film stars Cris Lankenau as a former forensic science student investigating the mysterious disappearance of his ex-girlfriend. The film was shot and set in Portland, Oregon, which was also the setting of Katz's debut feature, Dance Party USA.
Cold Weather premiered at the South by Southwest Film Festival in March 2010 and was released in the United States by IFC Films on February 4, 2011.
How Come Nobody's on Our Side? (1974)
Two stuntmen (Adam Roarke, Larry Bishop) try to smuggle Mexican marijuana with one's sister (Alexandra Hay), an astrology buff.
Dinner With My Sisters (2011)
Dr. Andrew Michael, a Greek doctor living in London, returns home to investigate his father's death. He is reunited with his three sisters and old resentments re-emerge as he uncovers the truth about their father's passing.
Dive! is an American documentary film directed by Jeremy Seifert.
Born Reckless (1937)
Born Reckless is a 1937 gangster film directed by Malcolm St. Clair and Gustav Machatý (St. Clair received sole directorial credit) and starring Brian Donlevy and Rochelle Hudson. Donlevy plays a race-car champion who infiltrates a mob-run taxi cab company. Barton MacLane plays the chief mobster.
Make a Fake (2011)
Make a Fake (Italian: Senza arte né parte) is a 2011 Italian comedy film written and directed by Giovanni Albanese.
For his performance, Giuseppe Battiston won the Nastro d'Argento for Best Supporting Actor. The film was also nominated for the Nastro d'Argento for best comedy film.
Night Wind (1999)
Le Vent de la nuit (Night Wind in English) is a French drama film that came out in 1999, starring Catherine Deneuve and directed by Philippe Garrel, with a score by John Cale. It tells a story of transient loves and willed deaths, in which a callow young man abandons an older woman and loses a wiser friend.
Five ventriloquists discuss their emotional attachments to their dummies.
First Action Hero (1994)
First Action Hero is a cult 1994 film starring Fabio Testi as Tony Fierro with Ron Nummi as Hoagy and directed by Nini Grassia. It has the alternative Italian name Il Burattinaio.
Borrowed Hero (1941)
Borrowed Hero is a 1941 American film directed by Lewis D. Collins.
The Jones Family in Borrowing Trouble (1937)
Borrowing Trouble is a 1937 American comedy film directed by Frank R. Strayer and starring Jed Prouty, Shirley Deane and Spring Byington. It is part of the Jones Family series of films and is also known by the alternative title of The Jones Family in Borrowing Trouble.
The Jones Family's drugstore is robbed, but they believe they know the culprit.
The Last Days Of Pompeii (1935)
The Last Days of Pompeii (1935) is an RKO Radio Pictures film starring Preston Foster and directed by Ernest B. Schoedsack and Merian C. Cooper, creators of the original King Kong. Although inspired by the novel of the same name by Edward Bulwer-Lytton, the film has virtually nothing to do with the book.
A Light in the Forest (2003)
A Light in the Forest is a 2003 film directed by John Carl Buechler, an adaptation of Frank Latino's award-winning children's book, The Legend of Hollyboy. It stars Lindsay Wagner.
Three of a Kind (1944)
Three of a Kind is a 1944 American comedy film directed by D. Ross Lederman.
The Day He Arrives (2011)
The Day He Arrives (Hangul: 북촌 방향; Hanja: 北村 方向; RR: Bukchon Banghyang; lit. "In the direction of Bukchon" or "Bukchon-bound") is a 2011 South Korean drama film written and directed by Hong Sang-soo. The film is in black and white. It premiered on 19 May 2011 in the Un Certain Regard section of the 64th Cannes Film Festival. The film received 45,223 admissions on its domestic release.
My Run (2011)
My Run is a 2009 documentary film directed and produced by Tim VandeSteeg and produced by Mark Castaldo. The film chronicles Terry Hitchcock's journey of completing 75 marathons in 75 consecutive days to raise awareness for single parent families. It first screened at the Austin Film Festival on October 23, 2009.
Viento en contra (2011)
A successful executive (Brbara Mori) deals with fraud and the murder of her best friend.
Another Man's Wife (2011)
Hadley (Rena Sofer), Brian (Dylan Neal) and their daughter, Skylar,vacation in a remote cabin. A firefighter named Al pays special attention to Hadley, and after a series of suspicious events, the family must come together to survive.
The Playroom (2013)
In 1970s suburbia, Maggie and her younger siblings spend the night telling each other stories in the attic. Downstairs, as their parents entertain guests over the course of a gin-soaked evening, truths are unearthed and betrayals come to light. With standout performances from John Hawkes, Molly Parker, and a cast of talented young actors, Julia Dyer’s second feature is an honest and challenging look at the reality behind the faAade of a seemingly perfect American family.
Felix, a lovelorn man (Ulrich Tukur), copes in four vignettes directed by four women filmmakers from Germany.
Apprehension (German: Die Beunruhigung) is a 1982 East German drama film written and directed by Lothar Warneke and starring Christine Schorn.
The film was entered into the main competition at the 39th edition of the Venice Film Festival.
Tangled Ever After (2012)
Tangled Ever After is a 2012 American computer animated short film directed by Nathan Greno and Byron Howard. It is a sequel to the 2010 Walt Disney Animation Studios film Tangled. It premiered in theaters on January 13, 2012, before the 3D theatrical re-release of Beauty and the Beast and on Disney Channel followed by the premiere of The Princess and the Frog on March 23, 2012. The short was later, on Fall 2012, included as a bonus feature on the Diamond Edition of Cinderella, and was also released three years later, on the Walt Disney Animation Studios Short Films Collection Blu-ray on August 18, 2015. The short is also available as a stand-alone download on iTunes. The story of the short picks up where Tangled has left off. The Kingdom is in a festive mood, preparing for the royal wedding of Rapunzel and Eugene Fitzherbert. However, chameleon Pascal and horse Maximus lose the gold bands, triggering a frenzied search to retrieve them.
Greno and Howard started the film after popular demand. Among the film's voice actors are Mandy Moore, Zachary Levi and Matt Nolan.
I'll Sing for You (2001)
During the 1950s and '60s, Boubacar "KarKar" Traor is at the center of the Malian music scene, until the government cracks down and Mali's economy suffers due to new government policies. Eventually, KarKar emigrates to France, where he struggles to make a living as a singer. His life changes when a music producer finds one of his old recordings. The documentary follows his journey of redemption to Mali, where he pairs up with other renowned musicians, such as Ali Farka Tour.
Guilt by Association (2002)
A woman (Mercedes Ruehl) and her family suffer severe consequences when she is unjustly caught in the web of mandatory sentencing laws.
Ballplayer: Pelotero (2012)
Two Dominican baseball players face challenges as they try to make it to the Major Leagues.
Which Way Home (1991)
Which Way Home is a 1991 mini series about a nurse who flees Cambodia.
Coming Out (1989)
Coming Out is a 1989 East German film directed by Heiner Carow and written by Wolfram Witt which deals with the lead character, a high school teacher, "coming out" and accepting himself as gay. It was one the last films made by DEFA, the East German state film studio, and the only one it made that dealt with issues around homosexuality.
The film premiered at the Kino International in Berlin on 9 November 1989, the night that the Berlin Wall was opened.
It won a number of awards including a Silver Bear and Teddy Award at 40th Berlin International Film Festival, and awards at the National Feature Film Festival of the GDR.
The lead actors are Matthias Freihof, Dagmar Manzel, and Dirk Kummer. The film was shot on location in East Berlin and includes scenes shot with amateurs in some of the gay venues of the time.
Forgotten Prisoners: The Amnesty Files (1990)
Amnesty International sends a professor (Ron Silver) and a lawyer (Hctor Elizondo) to fight for human rights of prisoners in Turkey.
Boss of Boomtown (1944)
Boss of Boomtown is a 1944 Western film directed by Ray Taylor. It stars Rod Cameron, Tom Tyler and Fuzzy Knight.
Convicts 4 (1962)
Convicts 4 is a 1962 prison film drama starring Ben Gazzara and directed by Millard Kaufman. The film is a fictionalized version of the life of death row convict John Resko, who wrote his autobiography: Reprieve.
Boss of Bullion City (1940)
Boss of Bullion City is a 1940 Western film starring Johnny Mack Brown.
Maria Montez appears as the female lead. It was the first time she played a leading role and was the only one of her film roles where she speaks some Spanish.
A young woman (Shalom Harlow) left at the altar swears off men until she decides she wants to have a baby.
The Desert of Forbidden Art (2011)
Igor Savitsky rescues 40,000 pieces of forbidden art and creates a museum.
The Fifth Heaven (2011)
A beautiful teenager moves into an orphanage near the end of World War II and has a forbidden relationship with one of her caretakers.
The Last Survivor (2010)
Genocide survivors try to make sense of tragedy.
Swerve is a 2011 Australian thriller film written and directed by Craig Lahiff. It stars Emma Booth, Jason Clarke, and David Lyons. Lyons plays an honest man who, after a car accident, retrieves a suitcase full of cash from the other car.
There Once was an Island: Te Henua e Nnoho (2011)
The effects of climate change in the Pacific.
Toxic Soup (2010)
Americans fight to protect themselves from pollution.
Boss of Rawhide (1943)
Texas Rangers are sent to investigate a series of mysterious killings.
Game of Death II (1981)
Game of Death II is a 1981 Hong Kong martial arts film directed by Ng See-yuen starring Bruce Lee, Tong Lung, Huong Cheng Li and Roy Horan. This film was marketed as a sequel to Bruce Lee's last and only partially completed film Game of Death. Bruce Lee died some years before the production of Game of Death II and most of his scenes are taken from Lee's older films; mostly from Enter the Dragon. Aside from the International English dub giving the "Bruce Lee" character the name "Billy Lo", this movie would seem to have no connection with Robert Clouse's film.
All the Vermeers in New York (1991)
All the Vermeers in New York is a 1990 American film written, directed and produced by Jon Jost.
Boulevard is a French film directed by Julien Duvivier, released in 1960, and set in the Quartier Pigalle. It focuses on Georges 'Jojo' Castagnier (Jean-Pierre Léaud), an adolescent who lives in a poor room under the roof of a block of apartments in the Pigalle section of Paris. He ran away from home when he realized that his step-mother hated him from day-one. Among Jojo's many neighbors is the gorgeous Jenny Dorr (Magali Noël), a nightclub dancer, whose lover he dreams of being. But, to Jojo's disappointment, Jenny becomes the lover of Dicky (Pierre Mondy), a former boxer, who spends his time loafing about the Pigalle cafés.
Jojo lacks for steady work, but manages to meet his financial obligations with a series of odd jobs. He tries selling magazines, which is a success for a while, though posing as Narcissus for two gay artists proves to be something of a disaster. Eventually, he woos Marietta (Monique Brienne), one of his other neighbors and a girl more suited to his age. But when things go really awry, Jojo becomes desperate and tries to commit suicide by jumping off the roof of his building.
A Golden Christmas 3 (2012)
Thanks to two golden retrievers and a young girl, a woman (Shantel VanSanten) and a naval officer (Rob Mayes) fall in love during the holidays.
A white woman falls in love with her lifelong friend, a black man who resists the idea of an interracial romance.
The Millionairess (1960)
The Millionairess is a 1960 British romantic comedy film set in London, directed by Anthony Asquith and starring Sophia Loren and Peter Sellers. It is a loose adaptation of George Bernard Shaw's 1936 play of the same name.
Brainwashed (original title Schachnovelle) is a 1960 German drama film directed by Gerd Oswald and starring Curd Jürgens, Claire Bloom and Hansjörg Felmy. It is based on Stefan Zweig's novella The Royal Game.
Cold Trail (2006)
Cold Trail (Icelandic: Köld slóð) is a 2006 Icelandic film directed by Birni Brynjúlfi Björnssyni.
The Great Squeeze (2009)
An investigation of our dependence on cheap energy.
Fairytales and Pornography (2002)
An idealistic lawyer (Kelly Harms) spends Christmas with his troubled client (Lindy Booth).
Dear Jack (2009)
Dear Jack is a 2009 American documentary film starring Andrew McMahon, the vocalist, pianist and primary songwriter for the bands Something Corporate and Jack's Mannequin. The documentary chronicles McMahon on a rollercoaster year, through the highs of recording and releasing a solo album and the lows of being diagnosed with leukemia and breaking up with his girlfriend.
The King's Guard (2000)
A princess (Ashley Jones) falls in love with her father's swordsman.
As a storm approaches, a man (Jack Casperson) on a mule searches for his granddaughter (Aaryn Smith), lost in a forest where a mountain lion roams.
They Call Me Macho Woman! (1991)
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Andrew Bird: Fever Year (2011)
An acclaimed musician finishes a touring year on crutches.
Silent Witness (1985)
Silent Witness is a 1985 American television film starring Valerie Bertinelli and John Savage, directed by Michael Miller. It premiered on October 14, 1985 on NBC and is based on a true rape case in Massachusetts.
The White Viking (1991)
The White Viking (alternative title Embla, Icelandic: Hvíti víkingurinn, Norwegian: Den hvite viking) is a 1991 film set in Norway and Iceland during the reign of Olaf I of Norway. The film loosely follows actual events.
Embla is the director's cut of the White Viking and released on DVD in 2007. It was premiered at the Reykjavik International Film Festival on October 6, 2007. It is the directors cut of the original film as the director imagined it. Gunnlaugsson chose to call the film Embla so that it is not confused with the White Viking, compiled by the producers of the film in 1992. Embla is the third film of the legendary Raven Trilogy (also known as the Viking Trilogy) that consists of three 'Viking' films:
1) When the Raven Flies (1984) - (original Icelandic title: Hrafninn flýgur) - usually known as simply The Raven or Revenge of the Barbarians.
2) In The Shadow of the Raven (1987) - (original Icelandic title: Í skugga hrafnsins).
3) Embla (2007) - (original Icelandic title: Hvíti víkingurinn) - the directors cut of The White Viking.
Embla, as played by Maria Bonnevie, was her first screen role when she was only fifteen years of age. The choice of names for the young married couple comes from Nordic mythology, in which the first two humans are named Ask and Embla.
The Mugger (1958)
The Mugger is a 1958 American crime film about a police psychiatrist who is attempting to catch a mysterious mugger that has been attacking women in his city, stealing their purses and slashing their left cheek. The film is a police procedural in structure, focusing on psychiatrist Dr. Pete Graham's investigation into the title character's identity. The film's screenplay, written by Henry Kane, is based on the novel of the same name by Evan Hunter (writing under the pen name Ed McBain). William Berke directed the film, the second of two adaptions of Hunter's 87th Precinct novels he released in 1958 (following Cop Hater). It was Berke's final completed film as a director; he died the same year.i Filmed in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, New York. Several of the car scenes were filmed on the Belt Parkway. The Veterans Hospital located on the Fort Hamilton Army Base with no Verazzano Bridge can be seen during the first car scene. The restaurant scene was filmed on 67th Street and 4th Avenue right next to the subway exit. Other Bay Ridge locations can be seen throughout the movie as well.
Chal Mere Bhai (2000)
Chal Mere Bhai (Hindi: चल मेरे भाई, Urdu: چل میرے بھائی, translated: Come on, my brother) is a Bollywood comedy film released in 2000. The film is produced by Nitin Manmohan and directed by David Dhawan. It stars Sanjay Dutt, Salman Khan and Karisma Kapoor in the lead roles. This was Karisma's fourth time in a row playing a character with the name Sapna. The film is inspired with popular Pakistani TV drama Ankahi (1982).
Bruce vs. Bill (1981)
Two kung-fu masters (Bruce Le, Bill Louie) fight over a hidden treasure.
The Last Sentence (2012)
The Last Sentence (Swedish: Dom över död man; Judgement on the dead) is a Swedish film from 2012, directed by Jan Troell and starring Jesper Christensen, Pernilla August, Björn Granath and Ulla Skoog. It is set between 1933 and 1945, and focuses on the life and career of Torgny Segerstedt, a Swedish newspaper editor who was a prominent critic of Hitler and the Nazis during a period when the Swedish government and monarch were intent on maintaining Sweden's neutrality and avoiding tensions with Germany. The film also deals with Segerstedt's relations with his wife, his mistress, and his mistress's husband (who was a close friend of Segerstedt).
The film's Swedish title, Dom över död man, comes from a line in the Old Norse poem Hávamál: "Cattle die, kinsmen die, thou wilt also die; but I know one thing that never dies: the judgment on the dead".