Return to Snowy River (1988)
The Man from Snowy River II is a 1988 Australian drama film, the sequel to the 1982 film The Man from Snowy River.
It was released in the United States as Return to Snowy River, and in the United Kingdom as The Untamed.
Reprising their roles from the first film were Tom Burlinson as Jim Craig and Sigrid Thornton as Jessica Harrison, while Brian Dennehy appeared as Harrison instead of Kirk Douglas.
Balls Out: Gary The Tennis Coach (2009)
From the director of Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle and Dude Where's My Car comes this raunchy comedy starring Seann William Scott and Randy Quaid. Gary Houseman (Scott) is an overenthusiastic high school janitor who steps-up to lead the school's loser tennis team to the state finals when the acting coach drops dead. The brash and often insulting new coach is intent on inspiring these underdogs not only to win, but also to stand-up for themselves. Although his coaching tactics may be unorthodox, including motivating his star player with a pre-game stripper, his heart is in the right place. Besides, sometimes it takes big balls to play hard-ball.
Man spricht deutsh (1988)
Los Reyes del Sablazo (1984)
Los Bañeros Más Locos del Mundo (1987)
Menino Maluquinho: O Filme (1995)
Hey, Hey, It's the Monkees (1997)
Hey, Hey, It's the Monkees is a one-hour comedy special televised on the ABC Network on Monday February 17, 1997. The show features all four of the original Monkees and would be the last time Micky Dolenz, Davy Jones, Michael Nesmith, and Peter Tork would appear together in a new television program. Michael Nesmith wrote and directed the program.
Joined Lips (1907)
Easter Eggs (1907)
Üç Kagitçi (1981)
The Great Consoler (1933)
The Great Consoler is a 1933 Soviet drama film directed by Lev Kuleshov and starring Konstantin Khokhlov. The film is based on the facts from the biography of the American writer O. Henry and on his two novels.
The Luny Musician (1906)
A Funny Shave (1906)
Ah! La Barbe is a 1905 French short film directed by Segundo de Chomón. The film shows a man who, whilst shaving, eats a portion of his shaving cream. This causes him to see hallucinations of grotesque faces in his mirror, which brings him to shatter the glass.
Ulysses and the Giant Polyphemus (1905)
Ta meg med! (2014)
Alcohol and Its Victims (1902)
Les Eclats (Ma gueule, ma révolte, mon nom) (2012)
The Sinners (1949)
The House with Closed Shutters (1910)
The House with Closed Shutters is a 1910 American drama film directed by D.W. Griffith. Prints of the film exist in the film archives of the Museum of Modern Art, George Eastman House and the Library of Congress.
Thomas: Close to Jesus (2014)
London to Brighton in Four Minutes (1952)
Sünde mit Rabatt (1968)
Khleb, zoloto, nagan (1980)
Makrykostaioi kai Kondogiorgides (1960)
TAD: Busted Circuits and Ringing Ears (2008)
Up the Ladder (1925)
Up the Ladder is a 1925 American drama film directed by Edward Sloman, written by Tom McNamara and Grant Carpenter, and starring Virginia Valli, Forrest Stanley, Margaret Livingston, Holmes Herbert, Lydia Yeamans Titus and Priscilla Moran. Based on the 1922 play Up the Ladder by Owen Davis, the film was released on May 3, 1925, by Universal Pictures.
The Memory (2006)
Ruk Jung is a 2006 Thai romantic-comedy film directed by Haeman Chatemee and starring "Film" Ratchaphoom Tokongsup and Paula Taylor.
I'm the One You Want (2014)
Sissy-Boy Slap-Party (2004)
Sissy Boy Slap Party is a Canadian experimental short film directed by Guy Maddin. Set on an island paradise, the film depicts a group of men who become caught up in a homoerotic apparent orgy of slapping after an older man warns them not to slap each other while he is away on an errand to buy condoms.
Be My King (1928)
Vicharana (Trial) is a 1988 Malayalam film written by A. K. Lohithadas and directed by Sibi Malayil. The film stars Mammootty, Sobhana, Nedumudi Venu, Seema, Mukesh, Jagathy Sreekumar and Prathapachandran.
Milionari de Weekend (2004)
Milionari de weekend is a 2004 Romanian comedy film directed by Cătălin Saizescu.
Kuro is a 2012 Japanese film written and directed by Daisuke Shimote, and presented at the 25th Tokyo International Film Festival. It was Shimote's directorial debut.
Garras de oro (1927)
Garras de oro, also known as Alborada de justicia, is a 1927 Colombian silent film.
Stormy weather (2003)
The tunnel (1988)
El siniestro doctor Orloff (1984)
Kätchen für alles (1949)
Gay Lovers (2007)
Itsuka no Kimi e is a 2007 Japanese film directed by Kei Horie and based on the manga Itsuka Ame ga Furu You ni by Saika Kunieda. The film stars Takumi Saitoh as Noboru Fukami and Ryūnosuke Kawai as Kōhei Hayase. The film was released on July 28, 2007.
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them 3 (2021)
Tegla puna vazduha (2007)
The Threat (2004)
Drugstore Girl (2004)
Drugstore Girl is a 2004 Japanese comedy film directed by the Japanese filmmaker Katsuhide Motoki about a young student who works in a convenience store, and five middle-aged men who develop crushes on her.
Hornblower: Mutiny (2001)
Mutiny is the fifth episode of the British film series Hornblower. It was released on 24 March 2002, nearly three years after the first four films. It is based on the book Lieutenant Hornblower by C.S. Forester.
The Last Savage (1978)
Uuno Turhapuro armeijan leivissä (1984)
Uuno Turhapuro armeijan leivissä is a 1984 Finnish comedy and the ninth film in the Uuno Turhapuro film series starring Vesa-Matti Loiri as the title character, Spede Pasanen as the potty-mouthed mechanic Härski Hartikainen, and Simo Salminen as their constant companion Sörsselssön. It is to date the highest-grossing Finnish comedy and not too surprisingly the most well known in the Turhapuro series. It remains Finland's most seen domestic film made since 1968, however the official statistics by the Finnish Film Foundation began in 1972, so all figures before that are estimates. Thus this film is the most seen domestic film in the years with official statistical records, and 7th in the Top 20 of all time.
Variations on a Cellophane Wrapper (1970)
Pilkarski poker (1989)
All About My Dog (2005)
All About My Dog is a 2005 Japanese film consisting of interwoven shorts about dogs. The film's various short stories are directed by Isshin Inudou, Hideki Kuroda, Yoshio Kuroda, Satoshi Nagai, Shinsuke Sato, Tetsuhisa Yazu and Atsushi Sanada.
The Broken Altar (2013)
Silenzio si nasce (1996)
Metal's Darkside: The Hard & the Furious (2005)
After the Fire: Live at Greenbelt (2005)
Tiamat: The Church of Tiamat (2006)
Undying Love (2021)
Rayen Panday: Niet verder vertellen (2018)
Agent 327: Operation Barbershop (2017)
Where Are You Then? (1970)
Spacemen, Go-go Girls and the Great Easter Hunt (2006)
Warrior Empire: The Mughals of India (2006)
Diably, diably (1991)
Mum's the Word (1926)
Awantura o Basię (1959)
A Blitz on the Fritz (1943)
Assassin in the Phonebook (1962)
Diary of a Worm (2005)
Meet a worm not that different from you or me, except that his head looks a lot like his tail! A hysterical journal about the daily doings and the hidden world of a lovable underground dweller.
Lea grew up in a criminal family in Calabria. The mother of his daughter Denise is also a member of the mafia. However, she aspires to a different life for her daughter, without violence, fear or lie. She decides to cooperate with the justice system and flees under witness protection.
Inspired by the story of Leo Garofalo, a woman's struggle to escape the mafia.
Willi und die Windzors (1996)
Willi und die Windzors is a 1996 German comedic television film. Produced under the impression of the continued scandals surrounding members of the British Royal Family during the mid-1990s, the parody film presents an alternate history in which Britain becomes a republic, resulting in Queen Elizabeth II and her family being expelled from their country and moving in with relatives in Germany. The film was directed by Hape Kerkeling, who also appears as the titular character, Willi Bettenberg, the royal family's (fictitious) next of kin.
Bad Men of the Hills (1942)
Bad Men of the Hills is a 1942 American Western film directed by William Berke and written by Luci Ward. The film stars Charles Starrett, Russell Hayden, Cliff Edwards, Luana Walters, Alan Bridge and Guy Usher. The film was released on August 13, 1942, by Columbia Pictures.
Feathers in the Wind (2004)
Feathers in the Wind is a 2004 South Korean film directed by Song Il-gon. Feathers in the Wind was originally planned as a 30-minute section of a three-part omnibus film with two other directors entitled 1.3.6. At 73 minutes, the film exceeded the limits of the original omnibus format and was released on its own theatrically and on DVD.
Hey Cinderella! (1969)
Hey, Cinderella! (1969) is a television special adaptation of Cinderella featuring The Muppets. Kermit the Frog hosts the special with King Goshposh and Rufus and Splurge appearing in this special as well. The music score was composed by Joe Raposo.
Touch of the Master's Hand (1987)
The sale of an old violin sets off a chain of events that tests and strengthens an English family's faith.
Da Vinci Code Decoded (2004)
Da Vinci Code is a modern-day publishing phenomenon. With millions of copies in print, it is the most popular adult novel of the 21st Century. In an introductory note, author Dan Brown tells us that "all descriptions of documents and secret rituals...are accurate." But are they? Now Martin Lunn, an expert historian, reveals the truth behind Dan Brown's research.
Spaced Invaders (1990)
Spaced Invaders is a 1990 science fiction comedy directed by Patrick Read Johnson and starring Douglas Barr, Royal Dano and Ariana Richards.
Silk Hope (1999)
Silk Hope is a 1999 made-for-TV romantic-drama film that starred Farrah Fawcett, along with Brad Johnson, Ashley Crow, and Scott Bryce.
The Odyssey of Destiny (2014)
A renegade soldier and an orphaned nurse are trapped together in a world ravaged by war.
Mr. Robinson Crusoe (1932)
Yachtsman Steve Drexel (Douglas Fairbanks) bets his friends that he can swim ashore on a remote south-seas island with nothing but a toothbrush and live alone for a year. He lasts only four months, but manages to build a comfortable home with all the amenities one would want. Meanwhile, a grass-skirted young lady flees an unwelcome wedding on a nearby island, who becomes Steve’s Girl Friday. But what is he to do with her?
Sin Sisters (2003)
The accidental murder of a young woman sends two sisters on a panic-stricken journey with a dead body stuffed into the trunk. Heading for the hills in search of a burial site, they encounter a mysterious femme fatale who blackmails them into a deadly game of cat and mouse...
She's Not Our Sister (2011)
It is hard enough to bury the father that you love, but what happens when his death fills your life with many new changes? Three sisters who are about to become rich discover they have a half sister they knew nothing about. Digging through the history of their family life they discover many hidden secrets. This Christian musical shows the struggle of learning what it means to be a family.
Follow skiers and riders like Seth Morrison, Glen Plake, Tanner Hall, and others as they chase Storms around the globe in search of the best snow and lines to ski.
Dennis Miller: America 180º (2014)
Dennis Miller is an individual who can command a lot of attention from those who he speaks to. From the world of radio, to sports commentary, all the way to stand up, Dennis Miller has found a great deal of success. In this stand up special, Dennis Miller speaks on the current state of our nation. Going over everything from Obamacare to the budget crisis in Washington DC, Dennis Miller uses his comedy to satirize the current situation that our country is in.
The Pretender (1947)
The Pretender is a 1947 American crime film noir directed by W. Lee Wilder and written by Don Martin, with additional dialogue by Doris Miller. The drama features Albert Dekker, Catherine Craig, Charles Drake, among others.
Dangerous Passion (1990)
Dangerous Passion is a 1990 film starring Carl Weathers, Billy Dee Williams and Lonette McKee, and directed by Michael Miller. The film, produced by Carolco Pictures, premiered on the ABC network on March 25, 1990.
Canyon River (1956)
Canyon River is a 1956 Allied Artists American Western film in CinemaScope and Color by De Luxe directed by Harmon Jones. It stars George Montgomery as the head of a cattle drive.
House By The River (1950)
In 1949, at Republic Pictures, Fritz Lang (self-proclaimed "master of the unusual") created HOUSE BY THE RIVER, a shocking and mordant thriller of passion and murder. Boasting an ingenious script by SPIRAL STAIRCASE scribe Mel Dinelli and evocative photography by Edward Cronjager (I WAKE UP SCREAMING), HOUSE... is an underrated American "Grand Guignol" that transcends its modest origins and affirms Lang's genius.
Joan Rivers: Don't Start with Me (2012)
Are you ready to feel the comedic wrath of Emmy-Award winning comedian, Joan Rivers? In her brand new live stand up special, the unstoppable entertainment icon goes to great lengths to insult everyone with her trademark wit. With infectious energy Joan owns the stage from start to finish, leaving the audience in stitches as everything and everybody who is somebody is fair game.
The Siege at Red River (1954)
Siege at Red River is a 1954 American Western film directed by Rudolph Maté and written by Sydney Boehm. The film stars Van Johnson, Joanne Dru, Richard Boone, Milburn Stone, Jeff Morrow, and Craig Hill. The film was released on May 1, 1954, by 20th Century Fox.
Mike Stanley: Tough Luck Chump (2011)
Mike Stanley performs live at Chicago's Lakeshore Theater.
On Angel's Wings (2014)
A girl takes her brother and dog on an adventure after an angel grants her three wishes.
Moonlighting Wives (1966)
A bored suburban housewife turns her stenography service into a thriving prostitution ring, only to lose her husband to the teenage babysitter in this ripped-from-the-headlines sexploitation classic. Moonlighting Wives is from noted director Joseph Sarno, one of the few sexploitation auteurs to receive critical attention. In recent years his work has been the subject of retrospectives at the New York Underground Film Festival, the Torino Film Festival in Turin, Italy, the Cinémathèque française in Paris, and the British Film Institute. Sarno body of work was honored by the New York Times in their April 10, 2010 obituary column.