Plaza de la Soledad (2016)

Two prostitutes try to take their lives into their own hands.

Angela (1955)

A GI (Dennis O'Keefe) in postwar Rome flees with a woman (Mara Lane) who stabbed her boss, chased by her husband (Rossano Brazzi) and the police.

The Pursuit of D.B. Cooper (1981)

An insurance detective (Robert Duvall) hunts a 1971 skyjacker (Treat Williams) who bailed out with $200,000 in cash.

New Legend of Shaolin (1994)

Upon returning from a tiring journey, rebellious Shaolin monk Hung Fey Kwun (Jet Li) finds his beloved temple ransacked and its devout residents slaughtered by loyalist goons. Kwun locates his young son -- pint-sized martial artist Hung Man-Ting (Tse Miu) -- and vows to punish those responsible for the devastation. Kwun recruits high-flying criminal Red Bean (Chingmy Yau), and seeks revenge on the traitorous Ma Ling-Yee (Chuen-Hua Chi) and the tyrannical ruling family.

The Godfather, Part III (1990)

As Michael Corleone (Al Pacino) ages, he finds that being the head of the Corleone crime family isn't getting any easier. He wants his family out of the Mafia, but the mob kingpin (Eli Wallach) isn't eager to let one of the most powerful and wealthy families go legit. Making matters even worse is Michael's nephew, Vincent (Andy Garcia). Not only does Vincent want a piece of the Corleone family's criminal empire, but he also wants Michael's daughter, Mary (Sofia Coppola).

Blue and Not So Pink (2012)

The life of Diego, a young and successful photographer, turns upside down after a tragic accident. As his partner lies in a coma, Diego must care for the partner's son and adapt to life together.

Contract on Cherry Street (1977)

A policeman devises an unorthodox plan for bringing criminals to justice after his partner is brutally gunned down.

The Street King (2002)

An undercover policeman (Mario Lopez) tries to thwart an old friend (Jon Seda), now a Los Angeles gang leader.

Sky Dragon (1949)

Detective Charlie Chan (Roland Winters) and No. 1 son (Keye Luke) are on a plane when a killer strikes.

Déjà Vu (2013)

Mihai, a man in a mid-life crisis, takes his mistress to the airport.

Mask of the Avenger (1951)

Viovanni Larocca (Anthony Quinn), governor of the city of Casamare, Italy, is accused by his rival, Count Dimorna (Wilton Graff), of profiting illegally from a recent war with Austria. Larocca murders the count in a fashion that suggests suicide and announces that Dimorna was a traitor. When the count's military officer son, Renato (John Derek), returns home from the front, suspicious of Larocca's actions, he becomes the masked daredevil the Avenger, who aims to expose the city's corruption.

Rogue of the Range (1936)

An undercover cowboy (Johnny Mack Brown) keeps outlaws and womenfolk guessing.

Six Men Getting Sick (1966)

Six grotesque human figures vomit.

Swordsman II (1992)

A traveling martial artist (Jet Li) and his companion (Michelle Reis) face an evil sorcerer (Brigitte Lin) who possesses magic scrolls.

Blondie Has Servant Trouble (1940)

Mr. Dithers puts Blondie (Penny Singleton) and Dagwood (Arthur Lake) in a mansion to show buyers it's not haunted.

East Is West (1930)

A beautiful, young Chinese woman is saved from being a slave and taken to America.

Adam Had Four Sons (1941)

Emilie Gallatin (Ingrid Bergman) works as governess for the wealthy Stoddard clan, but she also serves as a maternal figure when mother Molly (Fay Wray) dies. After the head of the family, Adam (Warner Baxter), loses much of his fortune, he has to send his boys off to boarding school and part with Emilie, the object of his affections. Years later, Emilie reunites with Adam and his sons, but their contentment may be short-lived when the scheming Hester (Susan Hayward) marries into the family.

Once the Killing Starts (1974)

A brilliant college professor devises a seemingly foolproof plan to get rid of his wife to marry another woman.

In His Hands (2005)

A married woman (Isabelle Carré) has an affair with a veterinarian (Benoît Poelvoorde), despite her growing suspicions that he is a serial killer.

Born Again (1978)

Watergate conspirator Charles W. Colson (Dean Jones) goes to prison, recalls why and has a religious rebirth.

My Father Is a Hero (1995)

Johnny (Xie Miao) is a junior kung fu champ growing up in China. He's been told his father, Wei (Jet Li), is a dangerous criminal. He's really an undercover agent infiltrating the Hong Kong Triad. When a brazen cop, Inspector Fong (Anita Mui), sets out to bring down the gang, she investigates Wei's mainland past and uncovers his true identity. After Wei's gravely ill wife dies, Fong takes Johnny back to Hong Kong with her, and father, son and cop team up to bring down a criminal empire.

Open Your Eyes (2016)

An elderly couple in the mountains of Nepal, suffering from cataracts, undertake an arduous three-day journey to have their sight restored.

The Fear (2015)

Based on the novel by Gabriel Chevallier.

Harbour of Hope (2011)

Three survivors of German concentration camps started life over in Malmo, Sweden, and share their stories from the moment of liberation to the present.

Cross My Heart (1946)

A chronic liar (Betty Hutton) confesses to a murder to show off her fiance's (Sonny Tufts) ability as a lawyer for her defense.

Last Hero in China (1993)

A martial artist (Lin-kit Lee) dukes it out with his nemesis (Gnong Kau Chai), a local governor who hiked his rent.

Between Times (2014)

A cuckoo clock narrates a day that bread was sliced one second thick, lovers fell in sync and time seldom flowed at an even rate.

Green Eyes (2013)

After Nicolas loses his girlfriend in a car accident, he starts having an affair with a young woman he barely knows who is addicted to ecstasy.

Rider (2015)

In the south of Laos, an American volunteer doctor becomes a fugitive after he intervenes in the sexual assault of a young woman.

Time 2 Split (2012)

A couple with a child makes the hard decision to separate.

The Turners of Prospect Road (1947)

A taxi driver finds an abandoned greyhound puppy and takes it home to his daughter who raises it and trains it to race.

Zinzana (2015)

A prisoner waiting to make bail realizes that being incarcerated is the least of his problems as he is forced to play a madman's game to save his family's lives.

Heartbeat (2014)

After her boyfriend leaves town, Justine starts playing her guitar and starts a journey that gets her heart beating for the first time in years.

The Tale of Tsar Saltan (1966)

When Tsar Saltan is away at war, the scheming members of his court exile his young wife and newborn heir.

A Jolly Bad Fellow (1963)

A British professor (Leo McKern) betters mankind with a traceless poison whose victims die laughing.

Little Man, What Now? (1934)

Hans (Douglass Montgomery) and Emma Pinneberg (Margaret Sullavan) are a newly married couple living in rural Germany. In search of fortune, the pair set out for Berlin, moving in with Hans' stepmother, who works with the shady Holger Jachman (Alan Hale). After Jachman finds him a job, Hans discovers that his stepmother is running a brothel, and that Jachman has eyes for Emma. Leaving the house, the pair struggles to find solid ground as Hans looks for work to support his pregnant wife.

Petey & Ginger (2012)

A filmmaker's friends live a hardscrabble existence in an uncertain economy.

The Squaw Man (1918)

A wrongly-accused British immigrant finds love in the Old West.

Jerked (2014)

Two best friends obsessed with making prank videos become mortal enemies when they fall for the same girl. To win her favor, they begin performing a series of dangerous and bizarre challenges.

Looking for the Huemul (2012)

Ladislao journeys around the virgin Nirihuau mountain Chain to find a Huemul specimen before they go extinct.

The Great Gabbo (1929)

The Great Gabbo (Erich von Stroheim) is a mentally unstable ventriloquist who brutally demeans his assistant, Mary (Betty Compson), blaming her for the duo's lack of success. Fed up with his abuse, she quits, only to find herself performing as a dancer in a major stage show featuring Gabbo two years later. Though she is now married to a fellow dancer, Frank (Don Douglas), Gabbo makes a play for her. But when she rejects him, his madness returns, and he begins to speak only through his puppet.

Lilly Turner (1933)

Lilly Turner (Ruth Chatterton) thinks she's found love with magician Rex Durkee (Gordon Westcott). But, underneath his dashing exterior, he's rotten to the core, as she soon learns when she meets his other wife. Matters don't improve much when Lilly embarks on a second marriage with Dave Dixon (Frank McHugh), who turns out to be a world-class alcoholic. When a third man comes into her life, Lilly isn't sure whether she's finally found real love this time -- or is courting tragedy.

Shadows (2007)

Strange occurrences plague a doctor (Borce Nacev) following a near-fatal car crash.

Girls Town (1959)

A young woman (Mamie Van Doren) involved in an accidental death is sent to a reform school run by nuns.

Hold Back the Night (1956)

A Marine officer (John Payne) goes through Korea with the bottle of Scotch that his wife (Mona Freeman) gave him in the last war.

Any Night but Tonight (2006)

Restaurant employees encounter troublesome customers and bumbling thieves.

Closure (2012)

A transracial adoptee searches for her birth mother and meets the family she has never known.

Nightmare in the Sun (1965)

A hitchhiker (John Derek) sleeps with a rancher's wife (Ursula Andress) and is hunted by the sheriff (Aldo Ray) for her murder.

The Cyberstalking (1999)

A man (Noah Huntley) investigates his sister's disappearance from a club where she was a holographic singer.

Private Lives (2001)

An Argentine woman (Cecilia Roth) tries to solve a problem related to an inheritance.

Alien Cargo (1999)

A brain-altering gas contaminates crew members (Jason London, Missy Crider) aboard a transport vessel, turning friends and lovers hostile.

In Search of the Ultra-Sex (2015)

When a pandemic infects the world's population with infinite lust, the only hope for a cure lies with a group of astronauts on a space mission.

Roswell: The Aliens Attack (1999)

Two extraterrestrials descend on the American Southwest on a mission to destroy man's nuclear capability.

Moving the Mountain (1994)

This thoughtful documentary provides a detailed account of the 1989 massacre at Beijing's Tiananmen Square. The events leading up to the incident began with protests staged primarily by Chinese students, and the gathering grew from there, eventually drawing the forceful intervention of the People's Liberation Army. Mixing real news footage with student recollections and fictional dramatic scenes, the film focuses on a tragic day in Chinese history.

Another Fine Mess (1930)

Stan (Stan Laurel) and Ollie (Oliver Hardy) hide in a mansion to escape from a policeman.

Going Spanish (1934)

A tourist (Bob Hope) romances a South American beauty after his fiancee ditches him on their vacation.

Buffalo Rider (1977)

Nineteenth-century Oregon is the setting for this account of the exploits of folk hero C.J. "Buffalo" Jones.

Ring of Fire (1991)

Viewers of "Ring of Fire" will come heart-stoppingly close to the great circle of volcanoes and seismic activity that rings the Pacific Ocean. Spectacular volcanic eruptions are featured, including Mt. St. Helens, Navidad in Chile, Sakurajima in Japan, and Mt. Merapi in Indonesia. Extensive aerial photography and computer animation help tell the story of the geologic forces that impact the ring and the lifestyles of the people who dwell on its fiery boundary.

The Gorilla Hunt (1939)

A hunter encounters various oddities and singing natives in Africa as he tries to capture a gorilla.

Girl Rush (1944)

Stranded vaudeville comics (Wally Brown, Alan Carney) promise women to miners in exchange for gold dust.

The Counterfeit Plan (1957)

An escaped murderer (Zachary Scott) flees France to England, where he forces an ex-forger (Mervyn Johns) to copy 5-pound notes.

Government Agents vs. Phantom Legion (1951)

Two government agents (Walter Reed, John Pickard) must crack a ring of crooks that hijacks trucks carrying defense materials.

Grape Nutty (1949)

A plate of fruit causes friction between Fox and Crow when each claims dibs on the last remaining grape.

The Grasshopper and the Ants (1934)

Industrious ants store away food for the winter, while a lazy grasshopper engages in frivolous song and dance.

The Indestructible Man (1956)

An executed killer called the Butcher (Lon Chaney Jr.) is zapped back to life in Los Angeles.

Cuatro Meses de Libertad (1998)

A man goes to work in the U.S. and an unexpected event changes his life , being blamed for a crime he did not commit.

The PyraMMMid (2011)

A mathematician creates an elaborate Ponzi scheme in post-communist Russia that leaves millions of people with nothing.

Soldier of Fortune (1975)

An Italian (Bud Spencer) soldier joins the Spanish army after finding the French army distasteful.

Trust Me (2010)

As his girlfriend (Susanne Thorson) prepares for her latest play, a man (Alexander Skarsgrd) learns that he impregnated a member (Philomne Grandin) of the theater company.

Escuela de Vagabundos (1955)

Alberto is a famous composer whose car breaks down while he is on a trip. He gets help from the Valverdes family, which is known for taking in tramps, and he proves he is not a bad person and earns the family's respect.

Carnage (2002)

Characters (Chiara Mastroianni, ngela Molina, Lio) come upon various body parts of a bull that was slain in the ring.

The Tree, the Mayor and the Mediatheque (1992)

The socialist mayor of a small village in France dreams of building an arts center but he runs up against some opposition.

The Family Band (1968)

A Democrat (Walter Brennan) and his Republican clan enliven the 1888 presidential race between Grover Cleveland and Benjamin Harrison.

Rumbera Caliente (1989)

A woman goes to work as an exotic dancer to help some orphans.

Court Martial (1955)

An English-officer war hero (David Niven) with money woes and a nagging wife (Margaret Leighton) is put on trial for taking funds.

Heathcliff: The Movie (1986)

While stuck inside on a rainy day, the comic-strip cat regales his nephews with tales of his many adventures.

Hell Bent (1994)

Three juvenile delinquents (Danial Sprintz, Kevin Doerksen, Alison Northcott) continue on a downhill path committing violent crimes.

Isabella Rocks (2001)

An acting student turns to a jaded private investigator for help in clearing her classmate of a murder charge.

Dangerous Men (2010)

Instead of killing a senator as assigned, an assassin takes a homeless young man (Leo U'Che) under his wing and teaches him the tricks of the trade.

The Rough and the Smooth (1959)

A London archaeologist (Tony Britton) drops his fiancee for a foreign temptress (Nadja Tiller) who has a strange hold over her boss (William Bendix).

The Karma Killer (2010)

Connor Phillips (Scott Frederick Duns) has a great life, then his wife is brutally murdered. His desire for retribution grows, and the line between right and wrong blurs, until a deadly mistake forces him to face the truth.

The Wobblies (1979)

Filmmakers Stewart Bird and Deborah Shaffer profile the International Workers of the World and unionization.

Tel Aviv Stories (1992)

Life and love distress three Israeli women in a trilogy: "Sharona Honey," "Operation Cat" and "Divorce."

Wheels of Terror (1987)

Assorted convicts and dissidents from a German penal regiment go behind enemy lines to blow up a Russian ammo train in 1943.

Sessions (2012)

Patients meet in the common room of an oncology center.

High Yellow (1965)

A light-skinned black woman (Cynthia Hull) uncovers sordid dealings in the home of a tyrannical movie producer, his hypochondriac wife and other troubled family members.

Tetsuo: The Iron Man (1989)

A "metal fetishist" (Shin'ya Tsukamoto), driven mad by the maggots wriggling in the wound he's made to embed metal into his flesh, runs out into the night and is accidentally run down by a Japanese businessman (Tomorowo Taguchi) and his girlfriend (Kei Fujiwara). The pair dispose of the corpse in hopes of quietly moving on with their lives. However, the businessman soon finds that he is now plagued by a vicious curse that transforms his flesh into iron.

Red Frontier 2 (2010)

A bloodbath erupts among the cartels after a drug lord is betrayed by one of his most powerful lieutenants.

10:30 P.M. Summer (1966)

An alcoholic (Melina Mercouri), her philandering husband (Peter Finch) and a friend (Romy Schneider) begin a love triangle while traveling in Spain.

The Avenging Rider (1943)

Two cowboys (Tim Holt, Cliff Edwards) accused of murder break out of jail twice to clear themselves.

Spriggan (1998)

At the top of the world, the ancient artifact known as Noah's Ark has been uncovered. Now a desperate battle erupts across the planet as two secret organizations race to recover the lost artifact; one seeking to destroy it, the other to enslave the human race! Monstrous half-human cyborgs face off against Earth's ultimate defenders, the secret organization known as ARCAM and their elite agents, the Spriggan, in an epic duel with the future of our species as the prize!

Grand Master (2012)

A police chief (Mohanlal) must protect his wife and daughter from a serial killer who is murdering his victims in alphabetical order.

Tides of War (2005)

A submarine commander (Adrian Paul) deals with a divided crew while on a dangerous mission in North Korean waters.

Elfie Hopkins (2012)

An aspiring teen detective finds her first real case when she investigates a mysterious new family in her neighborhood.

Off Beat (1986)

A library clerk (Judge Reinhold) covers for a policeman friend and gets carried away with impersonating an officer.

Within the River, Among the Trees (2009)

Brazilian Indians use recently acquired technology to record their lives in the Amazon region.

The Telegram Man (2011)

A man delivers telegrams to farming families during World War II in a rural community letting them know a husband or son was killed in action.

Rattler Kid (1968)

An unjustly condemned soldier escapes and seeks justice as an outlaw.

The Man From Beyond (1922)

Frozen for a century in a block of arctic ice, Howard Hillary (Harry Houdini) is freed by a group of explorers. They bring him back to New York City, where he runs into Felice (Jane Connelly), a woman who bears a striking resemblance to his onetime fiance -- also named Felice! It turns out that the woman is a relative of Howard's old flame. The uncanny connections between past and present continue as he butts heads with Felice's scheming beau, Dr. Trent (Arthur Maude).

The Brothers Lionheart (1977)

Two brothers (Staffan Gtestam, Lars Sderdahl) join a band of knights battling an evil ruler for control of their faraway land.