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.
Campus Sleuth (1948)
A peculiar thief is uncovered in the course of a campus investigation of small burglaries.
Jake (Alan Autry) seeks vengeance on the people who wrongfully sent him to prison for stealing gold, but he finds love is more powerful than hate when he meets a special woman (Kimberlee Autry).
Andres Doesn't Want to Take a Siesta (2009)
Following the death of her daughter, a woman (Norma Aleandro) must console her distraught grandson (Conrado Valenzuela).
Casa Manana (1951)
When a young woman wants to become a singer, she finds her boss has other plans for her.
Amazing Stories: The Movie III (1990)
Culled from Steven Spielberg's Emmy-winning series are four wacky tales full of adventure and laughter. In one, an actor (Tom Harrison) in a mummy's costume mistakenly wreaks havoc as he races to the hospital for the birth of his child. Another centers on the zany antics of a family dog, while a third follows Walter Poindexter (Sydney Lassick) a man with a magical remote control. Lastly, the embodiment of Guilt (Dom DeLuise) goes on vacation, and falls for Love (Loni Anderson).
Pastor Shepherd (2010)
A pet salesman, down on his luck, tries to become the first cyberevangelist.
The Demon Lover (1976)
The leader (Christmas Robbins) of a cult tries to get some respect with an ugly bull-horned demon.
That Was Then... This Is Now (1985)
A troubled young man, Mark Jennings (Emilio Estevez) has always looked up to his older friend, Bryon Douglas (Craig Sheffer). But when Bryon starts dating Cathy Carlson (Kim Delaney), Mark gets jealous, begins acting out and gets into dealing drugs. After the friends' mentor, Charlie Woods (Morgan Freeman), suddenly dies and Cathy's brother (Frank Howard) goes missing, Bryon suspects Mark is involved. As the case unravels, their friendship is put to the test.
Anatomy of Love (1954)
Destitute parents with many children abandoning consider their infant, in one of five melodramatic vignettes.
"Wolves" brings to the big screen one of Earth's big predators -- the gray wolf of North America. It took a highly-skilled team to make a film about one of the planets most elusive creatures. The film smashes misconceptions, old wives tales, and stereotypes that have dogged the wolf for centuries.
The Centurion (1962)
A Roman soldier falls in love with the daughter of a Greek city's anti-Roman leader.
Without You I'm Nothing (2008)
A father and son meet at a cabin to make a new start after an eight-year separation.
Old Chisholm Trail (1943)
A spokesman (Johnny Mack Brown) for cattlemen needs a wily woman's fenced-off water.
Orps: The Movie (2009)
Five band members (August Ekanger, Moin Deljou, Oriana Brut-Christensen) must overcome a scheming conductor to win a musical competition.
The Chosen (2005)
When brutal and mysterious murders lead investigators to Uppsala University, a student becomes involved in the investigation.
Night of the Laughing Dead (1975)
Snakes and related corpses surround a hammy entertainer (Frankie Howerd) at a mansion in 1907 England.
An Austrian intellectual (Curt Jurgens) struggles to maintain his sanity against the torture of his Nazi captors.
Silent Witness (1985)
A young woman (Valerie Bertinelli) opposes her husband (John Savage) and his family after seeing her brother-in-law (Chris Nash) commit rape.
Murder Capital of the World (2012)
Charlie Minn investigates the forces behind the violence in Ciudad Juarez.
Black Friday (1940)
As Dr. Ernest Sovac (Boris Karloff) makes his way to the electric chair, he recalls the events that landed him on death row. After placing brain matter from a violent gangster into the mind of a dying teacher named George Kingsley (Stanley Ridges), Sovac watches his patient take on violent tendencies. When Sovac learns, through an almost-possessed Kingsley, about a hidden stash of mob money, the doctor entices the criminal in Kingsley to come out -- with murderous results.
Todos tus Muertos (2011)
Salvador discovers a pile of corpses in his crops and nobody wants to deal with them.
The First 7th Night (2009)
A taxi driver (Gordon Lam) guides a trucker (Julian Cheung) to a remote village that supposedly is haunted.
An expedition sets out to explore a mysterious forest where the residents of a town all died.
Brighthaven Express (1950)
While on vacation, a detective meets a woman who has some heavy burdens to unload.
Corner Store (2010)
A man works hard and lives in his store for 10 years to bring his family to the U.S.
Ringo's Big Night (1966)
A man (William Berger) breaks out of jail to prove his innocence in a stagecoach robbery and bring the real thieves to justice.
The Count of Monte Cristo (1961)
Based on the novel by Alexandre Dumas. A man unjustly imprisoned for 20 years makes a daring escape and seeks revenge.
Cow and I (1960)
Charles Bailly (Fernandel) is a Gallic farmer who has been captured by the Nazis and must work for them in Germany against his will. Eager to flee captivity and his cruel, uncaring German bosses, Charles opts to escape, and boldly makes his way toward France, hiding in plain sight by walking with a cow. Given his unusual situation, Charles befriends the creature, which he names Marguerite, and together they trek across the European countryside towards freedom.
The Nasty Rabbit (1964)
Spies mingle at a dude ranch where a Soviet (Mischa Terr) plans to let loose a disease-carrying rabbit.
6.5 Special (1958)
Two teenage girls (Dianne Todd, Avril Leslie) take a train to London with several pop acts rehearsing for a TV show.
Cowboy in Manhattan (1943)
A lyricist is urged by a producer to pass himself off as a wealthy Westerner to enhance his image with a musical star.
Triple Bogey on a Par 5 Hole (1991)
An unseen screenwriter (Eric Mitchell) asks three heirs on a yacht about their parents, slain on a golf course.
And God Said to Cain (1970)
President Grant's amnesty frees a gold-mine owner to hunt the bandits who framed him.
An English jailbird (Ronnie Barker) accidentally escapes from prison, then tries to break back in.
Raiders of the South (1947)
A federal agent (Johnny Mack Brown) rounds up outlaws in the Southwest.
Your Money or Your Wife (1961)
To inherit her fortune, an Englishwoman (Peggy Cummins) learns, her husband (Donald Sinden) must die or she must be divorced.
Holy Blood (1989)
In Mexico, the traumatized son (Axel Jodorowsky) of a knife-thrower (Guy Stockwell) and a trapeze artist bonds grotesquely with his now-armless mother (Blanca Guerra).
The Passenger (2005)
A man (ric Caravaca) hides his identity when he returns home to identify his brother's body.
The Church (1989)
Tourists are trapped in a cathedral cursed since the Crusades by the mayhem of German knights.
Our Relations (1936)
Sailors Stan (Stan Laurel) and Ollie (Oliver Hardy) have a beer-garden mix-up with their henpecked twins and gangsters.
A montage of images depicts the social upheaval in Russia following World War I leading to the Russian Revolution.
Sweet Evil (2010)
Celine (Anaïs Demoustier) lives on the streets until she is taken in by Henri van Eyck (Pascal Greggory) and his wife (Ludmila Mikaël). She gradually wins their affection and trust until her web of lies begin to unravel, revealing her true motives.
Lonesome Cowboys (1968)
Two women (Viva, Taylor Mead) hang out with five homosexual cowboys.
Mixing Karma (2009)
The cowboy father of a Seattle artist thinks the art is a joke until an Indian family shows interest. When he falls for their beautiful daughter, the two cultures clash.
Three stories revolve around a father (Jose Pinto) and his son (Lus Miguel Cintra), two courtesans and the possibility of eternal life.
El profe (1970)
A primary school teacher lives various adventures alongside his students.
An out-of-work Laplander (Turo Pajala) seeks his dark destiny in a white Cadillac convertible.
City Limits (1934)
A journalist poses as a doctor's assistant to infiltrate a railroad magnate's inner council.
The Cow and I (1959)
In Germany, a French POW (Fernandel) hopes to escape and return home by pretending he's leading a cow someplace.
7 Man Army (1976)
In 1933, seven Chinese soldiers fight valiantly during the Sino-Japanese war.
The Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Movie (1979)
The "wascally wabbit" recalls escapades with Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, Road Runner, Elmer Fudd, Pepe LePew, Wile E. Coyote.
Two newsreel cameramen, who are on a fashion shoot outside a bank, get some footage of a missing Nazi war criminal.
Bird of Paradise (1951)
Polynesians must quiet a volcano after their princess (Debra Paget) marries a Frenchman (Louis Jourdan) visiting her brother (Jeff Chandler).
Karan Arjun (1995)
Divine intervention lets reincarnated brothers (Shah Rukh Khan, Salman Khan) realize their identities and seek revenge upon their killer.
Coisa de Mulher (2005)
Women's magazine writer Cassandra has great stories for her column; after all, she lives in a building with five other women whose lives are full of problems: Catarina is tired of her marriage; Monica dreams of marrying but is still a virgin.
Cabin Pressure (2001)
Fired for incompetence, a deranged technician seeks revenge against a business tycoon who designed a new airplane.
A member of the Jewish Council of Amsterdam finds a way to keep children from being deported to Nazi death camps.
A Blind Man (2012)
A French lawman (Jacques Gamblin) plays cat-and-mouse games with a blind killer (Lambert Wilson).
Trailin' West (1936)
A Union officer (Dick Foran) spies for President Lincoln as a singing cowboy.
Door Ki Awaaz (1964)
Prakash lives in Chandan Nagar along with his sister Mala his and widowed mom. During a train ride, Mala has an accident and is brought to hospital.
Alfie, The Little Werewolf (2011)
When Alfie turns seven, he suddenly changes into a white fluffy werewolf. He struggles with understanding why this is happening to him, because the wolf at night is capable of doing things that the shy boy would not during the day.
Prison on Fire (1988)
Yiu (Tony Leung Ka Fai) is a young advertising executive in Hong Kong. One night, defending his father from attack, he accidentally shoves a street thug in front of a bus. Sentenced to three years in prison, Yiu is "fresh meat" for the hardened criminals and triad stooges that run things, and is preyed upon by sadistic guard Scarface (Roy Cheung). The virtuous Ching (Chow Yun-Fat) intervenes, teaching him the ropes of prison life, and a tender friendship develops between the two.
Money Buys Happiness (1999)
Married Money (Jeff Weatherford) and Georgia (Megan Murphy) begin to part when he seeks a spiritual quest, and she, an old suitor.
Baby Genius 3: Baby Squad Investigators (2012)
An evil genius baby steals the Crown Jewels from the Tower of London, and the Baby Squad uses its secret baby language to solve the mystery.
Burma Convoy (1941)
During World War II, an Allied trucker exposes a plot to sabotage supply lines along the 700-mile Burma Road.
Bury Me Not on the Lone Prairie (1941)
A mining engineer (Johnny Mack Brown) sets out to bring his brother's killers to justice.
A real estate agent (Mathieu Demy) from Paris arrives in Los Angeles to settle his late mother's estate, but a found photograph sends him on an impromptu journey to Mexico to find a woman named Lola (Salma Hayek).
The Amulet of Ogum (1974)
A blind guitar player entertains thieves with a story of a criminal living in Rio de Janeiro who could not be harmed by weapons after a blessing from Ogum.
El Diablo No Tiene Sexo (1995)
A fun-loving womanizer tries to seduce a beautiful woman who turns out to be a transvestite.
Silent Assassins (1988)
A Los Angeles policeman (Sam Jones), a kendo expert and a kidnapped girl's uncle (Jun Chong) team up to save the world.
Son of Captain Blood (1964)
A man (Sean Flynn) joins a crew of sailors on the high seas, battles pirates and falls in love.
Little Terrors (2011)
A Muslim man tries to undo the brainwashing of an American boy before he bombs the U.S. embassy in Delhi.
Killing Cars (1986)
Oil-cartel thugs hunt the chief engineer (Jrgen Prochnow) of a new car which does not need gasoline to run.
Life After Love (2000)
A psychiatrist (Yves Jacques) helps a middle-aged dentist (Michel Côté) after his wife (Sylvie Léonard) of 20 years leaves him for another man.
The Legend of El Diablo (2004)
Residents of a California town fall victim to an ancient Mexican demon.
A woman (Rosanna Arquette) suspects her manipulative daughter (Mandy Shaffer) may be behind a series of unexplained deaths.
The Love of a Woman (1954)
A female doctor (Micheline Presle) falls for an engineer (Massimo Girotti) on a small island populated with misogynistic men.
White Paws (1949)
An eccentric man (Paul Bernard) endangers himself when he makes advances toward the girlfriend (Suzy Delair) of a saloonkeeper (Fernand Ledoux).
My Dog the Thief (1969)
A reporter has his hands full when his kleptomaniac St. Bernard is kidnapped after stealing a valuable necklace.
Bolshe Vita (1996)
Friends (Yuri Fomichov, Igor Chernyevich, Aleksey Serebryakov) try to adjust to the 1989 fall of communism in Central Europe.
Safe Harbor (2006)
A detective (Tracey Gold) tracks a serial killer targeting former residents of a foster home for abused children.
The Woman for Joe (1956)
An intellectual circus dwarf (Jimmy Karoubi) falls for a woman (Diane Cilento) who falls for his boss (George Baker).
The Phantom From 10,000 Leagues (1956)
When a postmortem finds that a murdered fisherman was exposed to unusual amounts of radiation, Dr. Ted Stevens (Kent Taylor) decides to investigate. Out looking for clues, he meets a young beauty named Lois (Cathy Downs), whose father, Professor King (Michael Whalen), runs a local marine biology lab. Ted discovers that the elder King's secret experiments with atomic energy have resulted in the creation of a murderous aquatic beast, and he must act fast to prevent more needless deaths.
A vicious cycle of anger and violence emerges between a young man (Oktay zdemir) and a family.
Tiempo de Silencio (1986)
A doctor finds his cure for cancer has deadly side effects.
Storm Fear (1956)
A wounded bank robber (Cornel Wilde) hides with his gang at his brother (Dan Duryea) and sister-in-law's (Jean Wallace) farm in a snowstorm.
A Few Hours of Spring (2012)
Alain, a trucker, has just finished serving a prison sentence and is forced to move back into his mother's house. He discovers his mother has a brain tumor and has plans to die via assisted suicide in Switzerland.
Truth or Dare?: A Critical Madness (1986)
After Mike catches his wife in bed with his best friend, he embarks on a killing spree.
East Side Story (1997)
Though its films were rarely exhibited on the other side of the Iron Curtain, the prolific Soviet film industry churned out more than propagandistic documentaries and epic-length versions of 19th-century Russian novels. This documentary explores the musical comedy genre in the communist era, when, just as in Hollywood musicals, characters broke into elaborately stylized song and dance numbers mid-movie, the difference being that these characters sang in praise of collective farms and factories.
Extinction: Patient Zero (2012)
Scientists become trapped in a sealed room, and they have a limited time to find out if they have been infected by a deadly virus. They can try to escape or face the exposure protocols that have been activated.
Girls Kissing (2003)
An exploration of lesbianism from a variety of angles.
Too Bad She's Bad (1955)
How did Lina Stroppiani (Sophia Loren) and Paolo (Marcello Mastroianni) meet? The buxom blonde stole Paolo's cab -- literally. The taxi driver's efforts to bring her to justice lead nowhere. Enraged and smitten, Paolo investigates, and discovers that Lina comes from a long line of con artists, including her respectable-looking father, Vittorio (Vittorio De Sica). For Paolo, the only way to reform Lina without becoming one of her victims seems clear: marry her and join the family.
Nobody Waved Goodbye (1964)
A rebellious teenager turns his back on his family and girlfriend in a desperate attempt to cope with society.
The Last Time I Saw Macao (2012)
A man (João Rui Guerra Da Mata) reminisces about his time in Macao when he returns to help a friend in need.
O.S.S. 117 Double Agent (1967)
A government agent must use every resource at his disposal when he goes up against an assassination bureau.
Song of the Open Road (1944)
A Hollywood star (Jane Powell) escapes in disguise to pick crops with high-school students her own age.
On the Sly (2011)
A little girl with the power to be invisible to her parents uses it to disappear.
Thrill of a Lifetime (1937)
Performers (Ben Blue, Judy Canova, Yacht Club Boys) try out a new musical at Camp Romance for would-be lovers.