Beyond the Clouds (1995)
Beyond the Clouds (Italian: Al di là delle nuvole; French: Par-delà les nuages) is a 1995 Italian-French-German romance film directed by Michelangelo Antonioni and Wim Wenders and starring John Malkovich, Sophie Marceau, Vincent Perez, Irène Jacob, and Jean Reno. The film consists of four stories of romantic love and illusion told from the perspective of a wandering film director. In the first story, two beautiful young lovers are unable to consummate their passion because the young man desires impossible perfection. In the second story, the director follows a woman who reveals that she murdered her father. In the third story, a man makes an effort to appease both his wife and his mistress. In the fourth story, a young man is romantically infatuated with a woman who is soon to enter a convent. This was the final film by Antonioni before his death in 2007.
After a young woman from rural Peru is lured to Spain with the promise of work, she is forced into the dark world of prostitution with no hope of escape.
The Passion of Joan of Arc (1928)
The Passion of Joan of Arc is a 1928 silent French historical film based on the actual record of the trial of Joan of Arc. The film was directed by Carl Theodor Dreyer and stars Renée Jeanne Falconetti as Joan. It is widely regarded as a landmark of cinema, especially for its production, Dreyer's direction and Falconetti's performance, which is often listed as one of the finest in cinema history. The film summarizes the time that Joan of Arc was a captive of England, depicting her trial and execution.
Howling II: ... Your Sister Is a Werewolf (1985)
Howling II: Your Sister Is a Werewolf (also known as Howling II and Howling II: Stirba – Werewolf Bitch) is a 1985 horror film directed by Philippe Mora, as a sequel to the 1981 film The Howling. The film stars horror film veteran Christopher Lee along with Reb Brown and Annie McEnroe as they try to defeat Sybil Danning's werewolf queen Stirba and stop werewolves' plans to conquer the world. Although Gary Brandner, author of The Howling novels, co-wrote the screenplay, the Howling II film is largely unrelated to his The Howling II novel from 1979, though it does introduce Eastern European customs and Romani into its werewolf mythology like the book.
The Karate Kid Part III (1989)
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Lemon Popsicle (1978)
Lemon Popsicle is a 1978 West German-Israeli comedy drama film co-written and directed by Boaz Davidson. The success of the film led to a series of sequels. The cult film follows a group of three teenage boys in the late 1950s Tel Aviv.
Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison (2008)
The singer's landmark 1968 concert and subsequent album transform his career.
Mitt is a 2014 American documentary film that chronicles the 2008 and 2012 presidential campaigns of former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney. Mitt premiered at the Sundance Film Festival on January 17, 2014. The film was released on Netflix on January 24, 2014.
Spenser: Ceremony (1993)
Boston private eye Spenser (Robert Urich) and his friends (Barbara Williams, Avery Brooks) try to save a teenager from prostitution and pornography.
Stagecoach is a 1966 American film, directed by Gordon Douglas as a remake of the 1939 John Ford classic black-and-white western Stagecoach. Filming took place between July and September 1965.
Southlander: Diary of a Desperate Musician (2001)
Southlander is a 2001 American independent film by Steve Hanft and Ross Harris. Originally titled Recycler after the Los Angeles magazine of the same name, the film writers changed the name of the movie—to Southlander to avoid trademark issues.
Favorite Deadly Sins (1995)
National Lampoon's Favorite Deadly Sins is a 1995 comedy TV-film. It is a trilogy of short episodes about the foundation of show business; Lust Greed and Anger. It stars Andrew Clay, Denis Leary and Joe Mantegna. Lust was written by Leary's wife, Ann Lembeck. It is the directorial debut of Denis Leary. It was nominated for Best Casting for TV Nighttime Special: Artios award in Casting Society of America. The movie was shot in Los Angeles, California and New York City. Denis Leary won Best Directing in Comedy CableACE Award for this film.
Sanitarium is a 2013 horror anthology film that was directed by Bryan Ortiz (Monsters are Real), Bryan Ramirez (Figuratively Speaking), and Kerry Valderrama (Up to the Last Man). It received its world premiere at the Miami International Film Festival on March 1, 2013 and was released to DVD on December 31, 2013.
The film stars John Glover, David Mazouz, and Lou Diamond Phillips as three people whose stories ultimately lead them - and friends - to become patients of a sanitarium.
Thesis on a Homicide (2013)
Tesis sobre un homicidio (English: Thesis on a homicide) is a 2013 Argentine thriller and mystery film directed by Hernán Goldfrid and starring Ricardo Darín, Alberto Ammann, Arturo Puig and Calu Rivero., and also based on the novel of the same name by Diego Paszkowski. The plot revolves around Roberto Bermúdez, a specialist in Criminal Law who is convinced that Gonzalo, one of his students, is the author of a brutal murder, initiating an investigation that obsesses him.
The film premiered on January 17, 2013. So far it has been a critical and commercial success, having led the box office for three consecutive weeks and having reached almost 640.000 spectators.
The German Friend (2012)
The German Friend is an Argentine 2012 film directed by Jeanine Meerapfel, and starring Argentine actress Celeste Cid and German actor Max Riemelt. The film premiered on September 18, 2012 at the Argentine GFF (German Film Festival), in Buenos Aires. It tells the story of Sulamit, daughter of Jewish German immigrants, and Friedrich, son of Nazi German immigrants; they meet when teenagers in the Buenos Aires of the 1950s. The big political changes in Germany and the National Reorganization Process in Argentina serve as the background for the film.
Bang Bang Orangutang (2005)
Bang Bang Orangutang is a 2005 Swedish film directed by Danish director Simon Staho starring Mikael Persbrandt, Tuva Novotny, Lena Olin, Fares Fares, Jonas Karlsson, Reine Brynolfsson and many other popular Swedish actors.
American Adobo (2001)
American Adobo is a 2002 Filipino comedy, romantic-drama film directed by Laurice Guillen. The screenplay was written by Vincent Nebrida. It tells the story of five Filipino-American friends living in New York City dealing with love, sex, friendship, careers, and cultural identity. The title was derived from adobo, a very popular dish in the Philippines. The film was released on January 16, 2002 in the Philippines and January 25 in the United States, and stars Cherry Pie Picache, Traci Ann Wolfe, Christopher de Leon, Dina Bonnevie, Ricky Davao, Paolo Montalban, Randy Becker, and Sandy Andolong.
The First Stone (1993)
A former drug addict who has found Christ attempts to exert a positive influence on an unruly group of youths.
A dance instructor (Trine Dyrholm) begins an affair with an ex-con (Anders W. Berthelsen) who may not have revealed all the details of his past.
Murder on Monday (1952)
Home at Seven is a 1952 British mystery drama film directed by and starring Ralph Richardson. It also featured Margaret Leighton, Jack Hawkins, Campbell Singer and Michael Shepley. It was based on the play Home at Seven by R. C. Sherriff. The film remains Richardson's only work as a film director. It follows a man who returns to his suburban home one evening to discover that he has been missing for 24 hours, despite not remembering the 'lost' day.
It was released on DVD in the UK on 30 June 2014 by Network Distributing .
The Great American Pastime (1956)
The Great American Pastime is a 1956 film. A comedy about Little League baseball, it stars Tom Ewell.
There Was a Little Boy (1993)
Pregnancy and a new student (Scott Bairstow) remind a teacher (Cybill Shepherd) and her husband (John Heard) of their baby son kidnapped 15 years before.
Sivaji is a 2007 Indian Tamil-language masala film directed by S. Shankar and produced by AVM Productions. Rajinikanth and Shriya Saran play the lead roles, with Suman, Vivek and Raghuvaran playing other significant roles in the film. A. R. Rahman composed the soundtrack and background music, while Thotta Tharani and K. V. Anand were the film's art director and cinematographer respectively.
The film revolves around a well-established software systems architect, Sivaji, who returns home to India after finishing work in the United States. On his return, he dreams of giving back to society with free medical treatment and education. However his plans face a roadblock in the form of the influential businessman, Adiseshan. When corruption also arises, Sivaji is left with no option but to fight the system in his own way.
The film was initially scheduled for release on 14 April 2007 (Tamil New Year), but due to post-production delays, it was released worldwide on 15 June 2007 in Tamil, and subsequently released in Telugu as a dubbed version on the same date. The film was also dubbed in Hindi, which released on 8 January 2010. The film was positively received by critics, and became a commercial success worldwide. It went on to win a National Film Award, three Filmfare Awards and two Vijay Awards.
The film was converted into 3D and released on 12 December 2012 as Sivaji 3D. The runtime of the 3D version was shorter than the original, cut to 155 minutes, and released amidst moderate fanfare and fared positively critically and commercially. It also became the first Indian film to use Dolby Atmos surround sound technology.
In The Line Of Duty: Ambush In Waco (1993)
In the Line of Duty: Ambush in Waco is a 1993 American made-for-television action drama film starring Tim Daly that aired on NBC at 9 p.m. on May 23, 1993.
Based on the best selling comic book series. After witnessing a family member thrown of a balcony by her fiancée on her wedding day and the violent stabbing of her aunt, a young woman comes to realize she may be next in line. She desperately tries to find out why those around her turn on her and why she seems marked for death. Who can she trust - where can she turn for help when it seems everyone is out to get her. If only she can survive the murderous rage of friends and even her own family long enough to uncover the secret.
Orloff Against the Invisible Man (1970)
A mad scientist's invisible creation kidnaps the doctor's daughter and goes on a rampage in the village nearby.
Shotgun Garfunkel (2013)
Betrayal, lies and love mark an epic night out among a group of South African friends.
Blonde Sinner (1956)
Yield to the Night (also titled Blonde Sinner) is a 1956 British crime drama film starring Diana Dors as a murderer sentenced to hang and spending her last days in the condemned cell in a British women's prison. It was directed by J. Lee Thompson. The film received much positive critical attention, particularly for the unexpectedly skilled acting of Dors, who had previously been cast solely as a British version of the typical "blonde bombshell". The movie was nominated for the Palme d'Or at the 1956 Cannes Film Festival.
Hollywood Party (1934)
Hollywood Party, also known under its working title of Hollywood Revue of 1933 and Star Spangled Banquet, is a 1934 American Pre-Code musical film starring Laurel and Hardy, Jimmy Durante, Lupe Vélez and Mickey Mouse (voiced by an uncredited Walt Disney). It was distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. The film has several disconnected sequences that have little connection with each other. Each sequence featured a different star with a separate scriptwriter and director assigned.
Evil Bong 2: King Bong (2009)
Evil Bong 2: King Bong, (alternate title: Evil Bong 2: Devil's Harvest) a 2009 comedy film directed by Charles Band, is the sequel to Charles Band's Evil Bong.
The Priest's Children (2013)
The Priest's Children (Croatian: Svećenikova djeca) is a 2013 Croatian comedy film directed by Vinko Brešan.
West 11 (1963)
Conman Porter persuades penniless Lynch to murder his wealthy aunt.
Siesta is a 1987 film directed by Mary Lambert, and starring Ellen Barkin, Gabriel Byrne and Jodie Foster. It also stars Martin Sheen, Isabella Rossellini, Grace Jones, Julian Sands and Alexei Sayle.
October 22 (1998)
October 22 is a 1998 American drama film directed by Richard Schenkman and written by Fred Golan. It premiered at the Ft. Lauderdale Film Festival.
Time to Run (1974)
The vengeful son of a nuclear-plant supervisor tries to lash out at his father by sabotaging the site.
Break Of Hearts (1935)
Break of Hearts is a 1935 RKO film starring Katharine Hepburn and Charles Boyer. The screenplay was written by the team of Sarah Y. Mason and Victor Heerman, with Anthony Veiller, from a story by Lester Cohen, specifically for Hepburn.
Boyer played Franz Roberti, a passionate and eminent musical conductor; Hepburn was Constance Dane, an aspiring but unknown composer. She wants to see his concert, but it is all sold out. When she sneaks into his rehearsal he is smitten by her devotion and gets his orchestra to get it right as they play just for her. Constance marries Franz: he says she is "a most exciting creature" and she has been in love with him for a long time (i.e., "since late this afternoon").
Not long after they get married Constance finds Franz having dinner with a female friend. So Constance responds by going out with her own friend, Johnny Lawrence (John Beal). Johnny wants to marry Constance, but she cannot forget her husband. Franz has been hitting the bottle and pretty much throwing away his career, although exactly which of his many sins is driving him to drink is not really clear. Fortunately, Constance has been working on her concerto.
The best part of this film, directed by Philip Moeller, comes at the beginning before Franz and Constance get together. The rehearsal sequence has a certain charm, but Franz's interest in Constance is never really believable. The story does have some parallels with A Star Is Born but the result is one of Hepburn's least successful efforts at RKO.
Originally Break of Hearts was intended as a vehicle for Hepburn and John Barrymore. The film was promoted by RKO's advertising department with the catch phrase: "The star of a million moods together with the new idol of the screen." (Francis Lederer actually was first signed-up lead, but the producers replaced him with Charles Boyer.)
Thunder In Carolina (1960)
Thunder in Carolina is a 1960 stock car racing movie starring Rory Calhoun, Alan Hale, Jr., and Connie Hines. The picture was written by Alexander Richards, directed by Paul Helmick, and contains remarkable 1959-vintage stock car race footage.
Filmed at a number of small dirt ovals in the South, the film is set in the 1959 edition of NASCAR's Southern 500 at Darlington Raceway in Darlington, South Carolina. All filming was done during that year with much of the footage taken during the actual event. A film car was entered to capture on-track sequences and Rory Calhoun actually ran some laps during the race. Calhoun drives a two-tone 1957 Chevrolet, with a blue body and white top, while his friend-turned-competitor "Les York" is in a 1959 Oldsmobile.
The movie is clearly a "B" grade production in terms of budget but Thunder In Carolina managed to capture much of the sound and fury of the era. The film was later marketed on home video as "Hard Drivin'" with a freeze-frame title spliced into the opening.
Here Comes Trouble (1936)
Here Comes Trouble is a 1936 American comedy film directed by Lewis Seiler, starring Paul Kelly, Arline Judge and Mona Barrie. The film was released in February 21, 1936 by 20th Century Fox. Duke Donovan unknowingly becomes tangled up with jewel thieves when he is give a cigarette lighter containing some stolen ruby.
The Blood Rose (1970)
When his new bride's face is hideously disfigured in a fire, Frederic Lansac, a famous society painter, is determinded to restore her beauty. He seeks out a notorious plastic surgeon who is on the run from the authorities. Using Lansac's remore castle as a base, the two of the hunt down and imprison a series of young girls. Their skin is to be used in experiments aimed at restoring the face of Lansac's wife. THE BLOOD ROSE was widely touted as one of the first films to mix sex and horror. Its director went on to make some of the most famous French erotic movies of all time. here, with a cast of France's most beautiful young actresses and genre veteran Howard Vernon (SEVEN WOMEN FOR SATAM, ALPHAVILLE), he weaves a dark and disturbing tale that is one of the most sought-after rarities for the Euro-horror fan!
The Singing Hill (1941)
The Singing Hill is a 1941 American Western film directed by Lew Landers and starring Gene Autry, Smiley Burnette, and Virginia Dale. Based on a story by Jesse Lasky Jr. and Richard Murphy, the film is about a singing cowboy and foreman of a ranch that may be sold to an unstrupulous banker by the young madcap heiress who is unaware that the sale will result in the local ranchers losing their free grazing land and their ranches. In the film, Autry introduced the song "Blueberry Hill" which would become a standard recorded by such artists as Louis Armstrong (1949), Fats Domino (1956), and Elvis Presley (1957). The song became one of Autry's best-selling recordings. In 1987, "Blueberry Hill" received an ASCAP Award for Most Performed Feature Film Standards on TV.
The Doctor and the Girl (1949)
The Doctor and the Girl (1949) is a drama film directed by Curtis Bernhardt and starring Glenn Ford. It is also known as Bodies and Souls.
Ace Eli and Rodger of the Skies (1973)
Ace Eli and Rodger of the Skies is a 1973 American adventure-comedy film based on a story by Steven Spielberg. The film centers on a barnstorming pilot (Cliff Robertson) and his son (Eric Shea) as they fly around the United States in the 1920s, having adventures along the way. English actress Pamela Franklin provided the love interest. One of the driving forces behind the production, Robertson was a pilot in real life, although Hollywood stunt pilot Frank Tallman flew most of the aerial scenes.
Istanbul United (2014)
Filmmakers Farid Eslam and Oliver Waldhauer investigate the mentality of football supporters.
Ekkees Toppon Ki Salaami (2014)
Ekkees Toppon Ki Salaami is a 2014 Indian Hindi satire comedy film directed by Ravindra Gautam and produced by Abhinav Shukla under the banner of Nautanki Films. The film stars Anupam Kher, Divyendu Sharma, Manu Rishi, Aditi Sharma, Rajesh Sharma and Neha Dhupia in leading roles and was released in India on 10 October 2014.
They Are All Dead (2014)
Lupe becomes agoraphobic after her brother dies, and only a drastic Day of the Dead ritual can teach her the value of saying goodbye.
A Life of Sin (1979)
A South American reporter (Raul Julia) investigates the life of an impoverished Caribbean peasant girl who became a world-famous madam (Miriam Colon).
The Adventurous Blonde (1937)
The Adventurous Blonde is a 1937 American romance-mystery film directed by Frank McDonald and written by Robertson White and David Diamond. The film stars Glenda Farrell and Barton MacLane. It was released on November 13, 1937. This is the third film in the "Torchy Blane" movie series by Warner Bros.
The Star Maker (1995)
The Star Maker (Italian: L'Uomo delle stelle) is a 1995 Italian film. It was produced by Rita Cecchi Gori, Vittorio Cecchi Gori, directed by Giuseppe Tornatore, while the title role was played by Sergio Castellitto. It was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.
Hyperspace also known as Gremloids, and Gremlords is a 1984 3D science fiction comedy film starring Chris Elliott and Paula Poundstone, written and directed by Todd Durham and filmed in Shelby, North Carolina.
Dead Of The Nite (2013)
Ghost hunters investigate the Jericho Manor and quickly realize that something is hunting them.
Tiger Warsaw (1988)
Tiger Warsaw is a 1988 American drama film produced by Continental Film Group starring Patrick Swayze. The movie was written by Roy London and directed by Amin Q. Chaudhri.
Weary River (1929)
Weary River is a 1929 American romantic drama film directed by Frank Lloyd and starring Richard Barthelmess, Betty Compson, and William Holden. Produced and distributed by First National Pictures, the film is a part-talkie, part-silent hybrid made at the changeover from silent movies to sound movies. Based on a story by Courtney Riley Cooper, the film is about a gangster who goes to prison and finds salvation through music while serving his time. After he is released and falls back into a life of temptation, he is saved by the love of a woman and the warden who befriended him. The film received an Academy Award nomination for Best Director in 1930.
Weary River was preserved at the Library of Congress and restored by the LoC, UCLA Film & TV and Warner Brothers. It is now available on DVD directly from the Warner Archive Collection.
While Barthelmess's character sings and plays the piano throughout the film, Barthelmess himself did not sing or play the piano. Frank Churchill played the piano and Johnny Murray sang into a microphone far away from Barthelmess while he lip-synced and played a piano which had strings deadened with felt.
Lazarus: Apocalypse (2014)
When an insurance investigator goes missing while looking into a suspicious claim, his fiancee and his best friend set out to find him -- but what they uncover may actually signal the end of the human race.
Greasewood Flat (2003)
A struggling musician (Chip Adams) returns home to face his past and to try to regain his lost passion for the music he once thought was his life.
Ed And His Dead Mother (1993)
Black comedy about a son's undying love for his undead mother! Life just hasn't been the same for Ed Chilton (Steven Buscemi) since his mother (Miriam Margolyes) passed away. Sharing the house with cantankerous Uncle Benny (Ned Beatty), Ed quietly keeps the memory of his beloved mother alive. Until the day A J Pattle (John Glover) walks into Ed's life selling an unusual project - life. For a price he promises he can bring Ed's mother back to life, just the way she used to be. Ed accepts Pattle's offer and is overcome with joy when there before him stands his mother. Gradually life becomes a nightmare and bringing mother back may have been a grave mistake. Pattle tells Ed he can deal with his manic mother, but the solution may be too much for poor Ed.
The Last Leprechaun (1998)
The Last Leprechaun is a 1998 BBC-broadcast Made-for-Television fantasy film directed by David Lister, starring Veronica Hamel, Jack Scalia, and Mick Walter.
Children of the Sun (1962)
Children of the Sun is a 1962 Moroccan film directed by Jacques Séverac. It was entered into the 1962 Cannes Film Festival.
Små citroner gula (2013)
Love and Lemons (Swedish: Små citroner gula) is a 2013 Swedish romantic comedy film directed by Teresa Fabik.
White Pongo (1945)
White Pongo is a 1945 American film directed by Sam Newfield. The film is also known as Adventure Unlimited in the United Kingdom.
Someone Else (2016)
A shy Korean-American law student visits his playboy cousin in New York City to shed his old identity.
Four Hours to Kill! (1935)
Four Hours to Kill! is a 1935 American drama film directed by Mitchell Leisen and starring Richard Barthelmess.
El club de los suicidas (2007)
Three people learn that assisted suicide could be a lucrative business.
Past Lies (2008)
An ordinary mom's (Nicole Eggert) perfect life is threatened by her criminal past after a visit from an FBI agent.
Street Girl (1929)
Street Girl is a 1929 pre-Code musical film directed by Wesley Ruggles and starring Betty Compson, John Harron and Jack Oakie. It was adapted by Jane Murfin from "The Viennese Charmer", a short story by William Carey Wonderly. While it was the first film made by RKO Radio Pictures, its opening was delayed until after Syncopation, making it RKO's second release. It was very successful at the box office, accounting for almost half of RKO's profits for the entire year.
After a boy wishes that his fish dinner would disappear forever, villains from his favorite comics spring to life and threaten to dry up the world's oceans.
Symphony of the Wild (2015)
Wild animals in their natural habitats.
Kikoriki: Team Invincible (2011)
The Kikoriki build a raft and set sail to the city after they mistakenly believe a TV hero is a real man in peril.
Happy Christmas (2014)
After a break up, Jenny moves in with writer Kelly, her filmmaker husband, and their child. Despite a rocky start, Jenny's influence helps Kelly realize that an evolution in her life, career and relationship is necessary for her happiness.
Stella Maris (1918)
Stella Maris is a 1918 American silent drama film directed by Marshall Neilan, written by Frances Marion and based on William John Locke's 1913 novel of the same name. The film stars Mary Pickford in dual roles as the title character and an orphan servant.
Best Boy (1979)
Best Boy is a 1979 documentary made by Ira Wohl. The film received critical acclaim, and won many awards including the Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature in 1979.
The film follows Ira's mentally handicapped cousin, Philly Wohl, who at that time was 52 years old and still living with his elderly parents. Ira forces his aunt and uncle to realize that they will not be around to care for Philly forever, and that they must start making preparations for when that time should come. Philly then begins to attend classes in New York City to learn how to take care of himself and become independent.
Philly's father, Max Wohl, dies during the course of the film. His mother, Pearl, died in 1980. Philly is now an octogenarian, and he lives in a group home where he has learned to basically take care of himself. Zero Mostel died in 1977 and the film was dedicated to his memory.
A sequel entitled Best Man: 'Best Boy' and All of Us, 20 Years Later, was produced in 1997. Following the sequel, Wohl released Best Sister in 2006, which rounded off the trilogy by looking at the effect Philly's sister had on his current life.
The Palace of Flames (1912)
As the dictatorship in Argentina comes to an end in 1983, a woman's life does not change.
Roja (English: Rose) is a 1992 Indian Tamil-language romantic thriller film written and directed by Mani Ratnam. It stars Arvind Swamy and Madhoo in the lead roles. The film was also dubbed in Hindi, Marathi, Malayalam and Telugu languages.
The film won three National Film Awards, including Best Film on National Integration, catapulting Ratnam to national acclaim. The film also gained international acclaim with its nomination for Best Film at the 18th Moscow International Film Festival. The film was later re-released for international audiences in light of the growing fear of terrorist attacks across the world. It is the first in Ratnam's trilogy of films that depict human relationships against a background of Indian politics, including Bombay (1995) and Dil Se.. (1998).
The soundtrack of the film by A. R. Rahman is hailed as a masterpiece. He debuted as a film composer with this film. He won the National Film Award for Best Music Direction, Filmfare Award for Best Music Director - Tamil and the Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Music Director for his work. This soundtrack is among the "10 Best Soundtracks" of all time listed by TIME magazine, issued in 2005.
Blondie of the Follies (1932)
Blondie of the Follies is a 1932 American pre-Code comedy film directed by Edmund Goulding and written by Anita Loos and Frances Marion.
Escape Artist (2017)
James Patrick, a socially and politically frustrated young man with a troubled past, vents his frustrations through a social-networking website. As his followers rapidly increase, he soon realizes that he has unwittingly sparked a revolutionary social movement coined the "O N E Movement" that is quickly shifting society.
The Tough Ones (1999)
The Tough Ones is a 1999 Finnish film directed by Aleksi Mäkelä. It was Finland's official Best Foreign Language Film submission at the 72nd Academy Awards, but did not manage to receive a nomination.
Notfilm is a 2015 feature-length documentary, directed by Ross Lipman on the production of playwright Samuel Beckett's only film, an experimental short entitled Film starring Buster Keaton.
While conducting preliminary research to restore Film, filmmaker and restorationist Ross Lipman visited Grove Press founder and Film producer Barney Rosset at his apartment, where Lipman discovered reels of film and audio. This material contained outtakes from Beckett's 1965 production, including a prologue long-thought lost.Notfilm reconstructs this prologue and integrates rare audio of Beckett's voice, surreptitiously recorded by Rosset, in a self-described "Kino Essay" that analyzes the philosophical foundation of Film, arguing it was an expression of Samuel Beckett's own distaste for the public eye.
Thunder Mountain (1947)
Thunder Mountain is a 1947 film. It was the first of Holt's 29 post war Western star vehicles and the first in a series of Zane Grey adaptations he made for RKO. It was also the first film of his written by Norman Houston who would go on to write 19 more for the star.
The film began production as To the Last Man (which had been filmed in 1923 with Richard Dix and 1933 with Randolph Scott) but the studio had trouble clearing the title because of a proposed Liberty Films project called The Last Man, so they used the title of the Zane Grey novel.
Eloy de Palma is an exorcist pastor roaming the darkest corners of the country with his granddaughter Alba. Their mission is to help those possessed by The Evil One, an infection of the soul that is spreading fast, especially among the most vulnerable members of society: children, mental patients, and drug addicts. There is also a mysterious cult following them, making it more difficult to help those in need. Each exorcism is tougher than the one before, and every battle with Evil reveals a piece of young Alba’s forgotten past – an enigma that if unconcealed could change the world as we know it.
1001 Arabian Nights (1959)
Mr. Magoo's ancestor, Abdul Aziz Magoo, is the uncle of Aladdin, and falls in love with a princess.
War is a 2002 Russian war film by Aleksei Balabanov about the realities of the Second Chechen War, starring Aleksei Chadov and Ian Kelly.
Girl of the Port (1930)
Girl of the Port is a 1930 romantic film, directed by Bert Glennon, from a screenplay by Beulah Marie Dix with dialogue from Frank Reicher. The film was based on a short story, entitled The Fire-walker by John Russell, and starred Sally O'Neil, Reginald Sharland, Mitchell Lewis, and Duke Kahanamoku.
Home in Wyomin' (1942)
Home in Wyomin' is a 1942 American Western film directed by William Morgan and starring Gene Autry, Smiley Burnette, and Fay McKenzie. Based on a story by Stuart Palmer, the film is about a singing cowboy who helps out a former employer in trouble with his failing rodeo while romancing a woman reporter. In Home in Wyomin', Autry sang his hit songs "Be Honest with Me", "Back in the Saddle Again", and "Tweedle O'Twill", as well as Irving Berlin's "Any Bonds Today", becoming the first major star to sing the official song of the U.S. Defense Bond campaign during the war.
My Other Mother (2014)
Adopted as a child, an anchorwoman (Essence Atkins) reconnects with her birth mother (Lynn Whitfield) and extended family when she attends the funeral of her father.
End of Days, Inc. (2015)
When several people who are working their final shifts are bribed into working one last night, they discover that processing the inventory will lead to cataclysmic consequences.
Blue Canadian Rockies (1952)
Blue Canadian Rockies is a 1952 film starring Gene Autry. In the film Autry sung the song "Blue Canadian Rockies" written by Cindy Walker.
Love Steaks (2014)
A couple staying in a luxury hotel might fall in love or leave their relationship in its raw state.
No Time To Be Young (1957)
No Time to Be Young is a 1958 film directed by David Lowell Rich. It stars Robert Vaughn and Roger Smith.
Lonesome Lenny (1946)
Lonesome Lenny is a 1946 Screwy Squirrel cartoon directed by Tex Avery and released to theaters on March 9, 1946 by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. It is the last Screwy Squirrel cartoon.
We're Not Married! (1952)
We're Not Married! is a 1952 American anthology romantic comedy film, directed by Edmund Goulding and released by 20th Century Fox.
The screenplay was written by Nunnally Johnson, while the story was adapted by Dwight Taylor from Gina Kaus's and Jay Dratler's unpublished work "If I Could Remarry".
The film starred Victor Moore, Ginger Rogers, Fred Allen, Marilyn Monroe, David Wayne, Eve Arden, Paul Douglas, Eddie Bracken, and Mitzi Gaynor. Co-stars included Louis Calhern, Zsa Zsa Gabor, James Gleason, Paul Stewart, and Jane Darwell.
The Movie Out Here (2012)
The Movie Out Here is a Canadian buddy comedy film. Premiering at the 2012 Whistler Film Festival, it began a limited run at theatres in Western Canada on March 1, 2013. The film was produced by Alliance Films and funded by Kokanee, a British Columbia-based brewery owned by the Labatt Brewing Company. The concept for the film was conceived by the staff of Grip Limited, an advertising agency who had worked on various campaigns for Kokanee in the past, and served as the first foray into branded content for both Grip and Labatt. Alongside traditional product placement, the film features appearances by popular characters from Kokanee's past advertising campaigns, and was the culmination of a multi-platform marketing campaign that was intended to encourage user engagement and crowdsourcing to help promote the film.
Soldier of Fortune (1955)
Soldier of Fortune is a 1955 adventure film about the rescue of an American prisoner in the People's Republic of China in the 1950s. It was directed by Edward Dmytryk, starred Clark Gable and Susan Hayward, and was written by Ernest K. Gann based on his 1954 novel.
Lone Star Law Men (1941)
A cowpoke is appointed sheriff of a western town when he pretends to be on the side of the lawless element in control.
Escape from Hong Kong Island (2004)
Escape from Hong Kong Island (墨斗先生) is a 2004 black comedy film made in Hong Kong, directed by Simon Lui, and starring Jordan Chan.
Orgullo de mujer (1956)
An enterprising man decides to exploit abandoned mines and buy a mansion, much to the disgust of the owners' daughters.
Beyond the Ocean (2000)
A young, pregnant woman arrives in New York City from Russia seeking her boyfriend and finds herself abandoned and living with his friend -- a disc jockey. Her mind drifts into her past when she was coming of age in a coal mining town in Russia. As relationships in New York develop alongside her memories, her storytelling contemplates the borders of self-liberation and self-deception.
Chronicling a Crisis (2012)
Award-winning director Amos Kollek takes an intimate look at his strained relationship with his father, the mythical mayor of Jerusalem. Intertwined is the story of Robin, a NY prostitute he meets on his quest to fund his next film.
In a Rush (2012)
In a Rush (original title: Au galop) is a 2012 French comedy-drama film written, directed by and starring Louis-Do de Lencquesaing. It was screened in the International Critics' Week section at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival.
Magoo Slept Here (1953)
Optically challenged Mr. Magoo believes a tax assessor is an antiques buyer, then compounds the problem when a real customer arrives.