Six Black Horses (1962)
Six Black Horses is a 1962 American Eastmancolor Western film directed by Harry Keller starring Audie Murphy, Dan Duryea and Joan O'Brien.
Women Of The Night (2001)
The lives of three women intersect while the host (Sally Kellerman) of a radio show dispenses advice.
Burning Love (1983)
Brandende liefde is a 1983 Dutch drama film directed by Ate de Jong.
Almost Salinas (2001)
A savvy reporter (Linda Emond) and a film crew disrupt the life of a California business owner (John Mahoney).
Sesame Street: The Best of Elmo 3 (2015)
It's all Elmo all the time in this collection of the best moments with everyone's favorite furry red monster! Elmo sings and dances his way through letters, numbers, vocabulary, and emotions with his Sesame Street pals plus a few famous friends like Melissa McCarthy, Taye Diggs, Sugarland, Romeo Santos and Drew Brees.
Sesame Street: Singing with the Stars (2012)
Dance and sing along with this star-studded special from Sesame Street! From Alicia Keys to the Dixie Chicks, Andrea Bocelli, Adam Sandler and more, this video will get your child moving!
Sesame Street: All-Star Alphabet (2005)
Get to know your ABCs with the fun-filled adventure that celebrates the wonder of words and the joys of the alphabet Sesame Street style. Shapes, sounds, and colors come to life as letters. A and Z join Elmo and the gang for some F-U-N at the mall. Whether it's crooning with Sheryl Crow or rocking with Melissa Etheridge, dozens of entertaining songs and skits add to the excitement as every letter gets a chance to shine in the spotlight. No matter how you spell it, Sesame Street's All-Star Alphabet makes the grade!
Sesame Street: Cookie Monster's Best Bites (1995)
Welcome to a song-filled, smile-making, simply scrumptious video starring everyone's favorite Sesame Street connoisseur de crumbs: Cookie Monster! This new program features Cookie Monster's very best bites plus plenty of new production bits. It's a wacky and wonderful tribute to a monster, the cookies he loves and the little lessons he learns with every bite he takes. Screen star Annette Benning drops by to help Cookie Monster sort out the difference between a "Cookie Here and There." And that's just the beginning of the rib-tickling treats awaiting Cookie Monster fans young and old in this tuneful, tasty, cookie-crunching delight.
Being Green (2009)
Elmo and Abby find out it can be easy being green when they stumble onto the Earth-a-Thon, hosted by Mr. Earth (Paul Rudd), happening right on Sesame Street. Telly, Rosita, and Cookie Monster answer phone calls from children calling in with pledges to reduce, reuse, recycle (and possibly send cookies to Cookie). But what happens when Abby uses her magic to help Elmo be really "green"? This jam-packed DVD is filled with songs, ideas, and suggestions from real kids around the world!
Sesame Street: Play All Day with Elmo (2015)
Come Play with Elmo! Everyone's favorite furry red friend is joined by all kinds of kids to play Elmo Says, Red Light Green Light, Freeze Dance, Pat-a-cake and more. OK Go mix primary colors into a rainbow and Taye Diggs helps Elmo pretend on this playful DVD featuring singing, dancing, and learning!
Sesame Street: Bye-Bye, Pacifier! Big Kid Stories with Elmo (2011)
Becoming a big kid can be hard sometimes. For a young child, it can be tough to give up a binky, learn to ride a tricycle, share with siblings and be a good sport. With the story where Elmo remembers giving up his binky as the centerpiece, this release features stories that pre-schoolers can relate to, as well as giving useful suggestions to parents at the same time. In the same way that "Elmo's Potty Time" was relevant for our audience, we hope that this title will help kids feel "they can do it" too, just like their good friend Elmo.
Heartbeat is a 2014 Canadian drama film written and directed by Andrea Dorfman. It was screened in the Contemporary World Cinema section at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival. The film stars poet and musician Tanya Davis as Justine, an unfulfilled advertising copywriter who dreams of becoming a musician but struggles with stage fright.
Coal Rush (2012)
Filmed over 5 years in the coalfields of West Virginia, COAL RUSH follows the relentless battle for justice of a rural Appalachian community against a major coal company accused of polluting their drinking water.
Two Soldiers (2003)
Two Soldiers is a 2003 American short drama film directed by Aaron Schneider with a score by Alan Silvestri. In 2004, it won an Oscar for Best Short Subject at the 76th Academy Awards. It is based on a 1942 short story by William Faulkner.
Lost & Found (2014)
Fate and faith conspire to create a beautiful and surprising partnership between orphans targeted by the murderous militia of Joseph Kony and hardcore inmate-artists in an Oregon penitentiary.
Cidade Cinza (2013)
Graffiti artists in São Paulo receive adoration from the public but scorn from city officials.
The Emperor's New Clothes (1987)
Two swindlers convince the Emperor that they can weave robes out of a special cloth of diamonds that is invisible to most people. Everyone is too frightened to say anything to the Emperor until a little girl blurts out the embarrassing truth.
Robin Hood of Monterey (1947)
Robin Hood of Monterey is a 1947 American adventure film directed by Christy Cabanne and starring Gilbert Roland, Chris-Pin Martin and Evelyn Brent. The film was part of the long-running Cisco Kid series produced by Monogram Pictures. The Cisco Kid travels to Monterey, California (then part of Mexico), where he clears the son of an old friend of a charge of murder.
Stripper Academy (2007)
The owner of a high class strip club decides to recruit more beauties by co-founding the Stripper Academy. This sophisticated boot camp teaches dancers how to move and groove like the experienced pros. The academy will accept anyone, but only a few can make it to the top of the pole.
Farewell Darkness (2007)
An Iraqi War veteran must confront his abusive past in order to live a happy life.
El Escritor De Telenovelas (2011)
A writer, seeing how his acclaimed soap opera loses audience to the competition, is pressured by the channel managers, actors, and people.
He Who Dares: Downing Street Siege (2014)
A disgraced SAS soldier summoned to 10 Downing Street to be dishonorably discharged is forced back into action when mercenaries bent on abducting the prime minister attack the building.
Hell's Half Acre (1954)
Hell's Half Acre is a 1954 film noir set in Hawaii. The film is directed and produced by John H. Auer and stars Wendell Corey, Evelyn Keyes and Elsa Lanchester.
Street Revenge (2008)
Gritty action illuminates a deadly street war between the notorious NY mob and a ruthless Latino street gang. As they each fight for control, chaos erupts and nothing but blood soaked streets are left behind.
Cover Up: Behind the Iran Contra Affair (1988)
A police commissioner (Claude Brasseur) uncovers corruption while investigating the murder of an attorney.
Sophie and her neighbor, Pete, joke about marriage, and before long they are engaged and stranded in the desert with Pete's sister.
Die gläserne Zelle (1978)
The Glass Cell (German: Die gläserne Zelle) is a 1978 West German crime film directed by Hans W. Geißendörfer. It was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film at the 51st Academy Awards.
Depth Charge (2008)
The American captain (Eric Roberts) of a nuclear submarine demands a ransom of $1 billion from the United States.
Genuine Risk (1990)
An unlucky horseplayer (Peter Berg) turns collector for a mobster (Terence Stamp) and winds up on the run after bungling a job.
Darker Than Midnight (2014)
Darker Than Midnight (Italian: Più buio di mezzanotte) is a 2014 Italian drama film directed by Sebastiano Riso. It was screened as part of the International Critics' Week section at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival.
A woman discovers she can teleport during an orgasm.
The Black Hole (2006)
The Black Hole is a 2006 American television movie produced for the Sci Fi channel, directed by Tibor Takács.
A storm forms off the coast of West Africa and grows as it crosses the Atlantic.
Songs My Brothers Taught Me (2015)
Songs My Brothers Taught Me is a 2015 American drama film written and directed by Chloé Zhao and produced by Forest Whitaker. It is Zhao's debut feature film and was developed in Sundance Institute workshops. The film, set on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota, explores the bond between a Lakota Sioux brother and his younger sister.
The film premiered in the US Dramatic Competition at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival. It was later screened in the Directors' Fortnight section at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival.
How to Operate Behind Enemy Lines (1943)
Undercover, also known as Undercover: How to Operate Behind Enemy Lines and How to Operate Behind Enemy Lines, is a 1943 Office of Strategic Services training film, directed by and featuring John Ford. It was edited by Ford's longtime collaborator Robert Parrish.Undercover was Ford's only sound film acting role, and was the first film ever produced by an intelligence service to train its agents. The film, which is in the public domain, is now widely available online since it was declassified after the war, and it often goes unmentioned in Ford filmographies.
Stormy Night (2005)
Arashi no Yoru ni (あらしのよるに, lit. One Stormy Night) is the first in a series of children's books authored by Yūichi Kimura and illustrated by Hiroshi Abe. In 1995, the book won the 26th Kōdansha Literature Culture Award and the 42nd Sankei Children's Literature Culture Award.
Armi Alive! (2015)
Armi elää! is a 2015 Finnish drama film directed by Jörn Donner. The film is based on the life of Finnish entrepreneur Armi Ratia through years 1949–1968 when she founded the textile and clothing company Marimekko and led it to international success. Written in a form of metafiction, the film follows a theatre group preparing a play of Ratia.
In March 2016 the film received two Jussi Awards, for screenplay by Karoliina Lindgren and scenic design by Otso Linnalaakso.
Frozen is a 2007 black-and-white Indian drama film directed by Shivajee Chandrabhushan. The original screenplay written by Shanker Raman, based on a story by Chandrabhushan and starring Danny Denzongpa, Gauri, and Skalzang Angchuk. The film was shot entirely on location at Ladakh, India.
A bumbling assortment of oddballs is assembled by a police department to embarrass the local mayor out of office.
Shoot or Be Shot (2002)
Shoot or Be Shot is a low-budget independent film that premiered in Minneapolis–Saint Paul, Minnesota on January 25, 2002. This comedy film satirizes the filmmaking movement Dogme 95. The idea for the film was inspired by The Producers and An Alan Smithee Film: Burn Hollywood Burn.
Shoot or Be Shot has a runtime of 90 minutes and was directed by J. Randall Argue. At the time of the film's theatrical release, two other films Shatner was involved with were nearing their release dates: Showtime, in which he acted as himself, and Groom Lake, which he directed.
To the Last Man (1933)
To the Last Man is a 1933 American Pre-Code Western film starring Randolph Scott and Esther Ralston, which was and directed by Henry Hathaway from a screenplay by Jack Cunningham based on a story by Zane Grey. The Paramount property was previously made as a silent film, Victor Fleming's 1923 film version of the same title. The supporting cast of Hathaway's version features Jack La Rue, Buster Crabbe, Barton MacLane, Noah Beery, Sr., Shirley Temple, Fuzzy Knight, Gail Patrick and John Carradine. Child actors Delmar Watson and Shirley Temple were praised by Variety (Edwards, 41). The film was reissued under the title Law of Vengeance.
The Man I Love (1997)
The Man I Love is a 1997 French gay romance television film directed by Stéphane Giusti. It was originally made for French television, a co-production between Arte and La Sept. It was broadcast in 1997. It was then released internationally as a film on 27 April 2001.
Blood First (2014)
Two brothers follow their father's footsteps and fall into a life of crime and violence. When they are are arrested and face a lengthy prison term, one brother cooperates with the police and the other does not.
Lost and desperate individuals gather at a hotel situated above the cliffs of Dover.
The Right Girl (2015)
Forced to take a job after losing her fortune, a woman learns valuable lessons while developing a relationship with her new boss and his young son.
The Shadow Whip (1971)
A swordswoman single-handedly fights 16 bandits to avenge her father's death.
Off On a Comet (1979)
Based on a Jules Verne story about a captain who takes a journey into space on a comet.
Rio Rita (1942)
It’s fiesta time in Vista Del Rio, and that means much musical celebration. It’s also a time of global war. In the updated plot of this exuberant World War II-era remake of the 1929 Wheeler and Woolsey romp, little Vista Del Rio is a jalapeño hotbed of Axis spies. The agents intend to use a fiesta radio show to send a coded message — a scheme that may be scrambled silly when stumblebums Doc and Wishy stumble onto it. Bud Abbott and Lou Costello play the inept duo in this musical comedy that has the famed funnymen fracturing any situation, including a hunger-fueled food mirage (tastes like chicken!) to a loopy spin within an oversized washing machine, into goofy glee. Enjoy!
La demoiselle sauvage (1991)
The Savage Woman (French: La Demoiselle sauvage) is a Canadian drama film from Quebec, released in 1991. Directed by Léa Pool, the film stars Patricia Tulasne as Marianne, a young Canadian expatriate in Switzerland who escapes into the mountains after being assaulted by her boyfriend, and meets Élysée (Matthias Habich), an engineer camped out for the summer to monitor a hydroelectric dam, with whom she begins a new romance before eventually revealing that she killed her attacker.
The film was based on a short story by Swiss writer S. Corinna Bille.
The film premiered in August 1991 at the Montreal World Film Festival. It won the award for Best Canadian Film at that festival.
The Singing Thief (1969)
A jewel thief reforms to become a club singer.
La vie heureuse de Léopold Z (1965)
La vie heureuse de Léopold Z (English: The Merry World of Léopold Z) is a 1965 comedy-drama by Gilles Carle that played a key role in efforts to create a popular national cinema in Quebec.
The film follows the misadventures of its title character, a snow plow operator for the City of Montreal, on Christmas Eve. La vie heureuse de Léopold Z incorporates documentary film footage of snow clearing in Montreal, and in fact, had been originally commissioned by the National Film Board of Canada as documentary on snow clearing, only to be turned into a fictional film by the director.The film paints a portrait of a hapless Québécois little man, battling the winter elements as well as the demands of consumerism, sexual desire and the requirement at that time for French-speaking Quebecers to speak English to be successful.
As with other Quebec NFB films of the period, La vie heureuse de Léopold Z incorporates Direct Cinema techniques. It is also a film with a strong political point of view, with Carle intending his central character to be a "pre-revolutionary" figure, representing how the Québécois people were being exploited by a capitalist, English-speaking power structure.
Ironically, while the film portrays a plow operator battling a traditional Montreal snow storm, an almost snowless winter meant that Carle had to film sporadically over 18 months. The film would go on to win first prize in the feature films category at the Festival of Canadian Films, held as part of the 1965 Montreal International Film Festival (more commonly known now as the Montreal World Film Festival).
H-8 is a 1958 Yugoslav film directed by Nikola Tanhofer.
Am Ende kommen Touristen (2007)
And Along Come Tourists is a 2007 German dramatic film that was written and directed by Robert Thalheim. The principal characters are a young German doing civilian service at the former German Auschwitz concentration camp and an elderly camp survivor living there. Thalheim himself did his civilian service (Zivildienst) at the International Youth Meeting Center in Oświęcim/Auschwitz in 1996–1997, and portions of the film were shot at the Center and in the nearby town of Oświęcim, Poland. Filming was not permitted at the site of the concentration camp itself, where more than one million persons had been murdered by the end of the Second World War in 1945.
The film's title in German, Am Ende kommen Touristen, is taken from a volume of poetry published by Björn Kuhligk in 2000.
The principal performers are Alexander Fehling as Sven Lehnert and Ryszard Ronczewski as the survivor Stanislaw Krzemiński. Barbara Wysocka plays Ania Łanuszewskaa, a young Polish woman from Oświęcim with whom Sven develops a romantic relationship.
The film premièred August 16, 2007 in Germany; its North American premiere was September 12, 2007 at the Toronto International Film Festival. In 2010 and 2011 the film was broadcast on German television.
In 2007 Bonnie J. Gordon wrote of the film that it is "a quiet triumph ... economically blends modern life's truths, such as the fragility of 20-something love affairs, with universal themes, such as the search for meaning and the human need to expiate guilt." Jürgen Fauth wrote "Without ever resorting to preachiness, Thalheim, who was a Zivi at Auschwitz himself, offers incisive insights into the thorny contradictions and treacherous cross-currents of guilt and memory that turn any kind of exploration of the overbearing past into a minefield."
The film was nominated for the German Film Award for Best Feature Film (the "Lola"). Alexander Fehling received the Förderpreis Neues Deutsches Kino (Advancement Prize for New German Cinema) for his performance as Sven. A version of the film was broadcast on German television in 2010 and 2011, for which Robert Thalheim won the Eberhard-Fechner Award .
A DVD version of the film was released in Europe in 2008. A region 1 DVD (for North America) has not been released.
Beti and Amare (2015)
Beti, a young Ethiopian woman, escapes from Mussolini's troops and finds refuge in southern Ethiopia. She is forced to fight off the sexual advances of the local militia until a spaceship arrives with a cargo of love.
Members of a sea-rescue team fall victim to mutated scorpions from a top-secret military experiment.
Michou d'Auber (2007)
Taking in an orphaned boy saves a couple's marriage.
Victor Crowl's Freedom (2012)
Victor returns to Toronto from abroad and discovers his circle of friends need his love and compassion.
It's Never Too Late to Mend (1937)
It's Never Too Late to Mend (US release title Never Too Late) is a 1937 British melodrama film directed by David MacDonald and starring Tod Slaughter, Jack Livesey and Marjorie Taylor. In the film, a villainous squire and Justice of the Peace conspires to have his rival in love arrested on false charges.
It is based on the novel It Is Never Too Late to Mend by Charles Reade. The film was made at Shepperton Studios as a quota quickie for release by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. It was popular enough to be re-released in 1942.
The Girl from Flanders (1956)
The Girl from Flanders (German: Ein Mädchen aus Flandern) is a 1956 romantic drama film directed by Helmut Käutner and starring Nicole Berger, Maximilian Schell and Viktor de Kowa. It portrays the relationship between a Belgian woman and a German soldier during the First World War.
It was shot at the Tempelhof Studios in Berlin with location filming around the town of Damme in Flanders. The film's sets were designed by the art directors Emil Hasler and Walter Kutz.
Usted No Sabe Quien Soy Yo? (2016)
When his girlfriend leaves him for an older, richer man, an amateur stand-up comedian starts pretending to be a millionaire. Eventually, he falls in love with a new woman, but there's a catch: she thinks he owns a radio station.
The River Girl (1954)
The River Girl (Italian: La donna del fiume) is a 1955 Italian drama film directed by Mario Soldati and starring Sophia Loren, Gérard Oury and Rik Battaglia.
Dragon Against Vampire (1985)
A martial-arts master trains two students to fight a Shaolin priest who is searching for the secret of eternal life.
The Last Roman (1968)
A sixth-century Roman leader (Laurence Harvey) wants Justinian the Great's (Orson Welles) dwarf general to attack the Goths.
The Passion of Remembrance (1986)
Speakers (Anni Domingo, Joseph Charles), video images and the drama of a filmmaker (Antonia Thomas) and her family survey the black experience in Britain.
Factory Complex (2015)
The lives of marginalized female laborers in South Korea during the 1960s.
Two Years Before the Mast (1946)
Two Years Before the Mast is a 1946 adventure film based on Richard Henry Dana Jr.'s travel book of the same name.
The Fantastic Adventures of Unico (1981)
Spiteful gods use trickery to discover the secret behind a magical unicorn's power to make people happy.
Le bois dont les rêves sont faits (2016)
A portrait of the people who pass through or take up residence in Paris's Le Bois de Vincennes park.
Siva, a movie buff, owns a cinema theatre, which runs into financial trouble. However, his life changes for the better when he meets his childhood friend who is now a famous movie director.
Fragment 53 (2015)
Men of varying ranks discuss the atrocities they committed during the First Liberian Civil War.
A DJ in Vancouver longs for love, and as she dips her toe into the online dating scene, she realizes she might have already met Mr. Right.
The Vengeful Beauty (1978)
A woman survives a flying guillotine attack and receives help from two former members of the clan to escape.
Little Azkals (2014)
Twenty-two boys are selected for the Philippine Football Federation's training program for the 2019 World Cup qualifier.
Ten Violent Women (1982)
A group of women miners get fed up with their lifestyle and decide to try crime. After successfully pulling off a jewelry store robbery, they fail to sell the jewelry and are forced to trade the jewels for cocaine. Soon they are busted by undercover cops when they try to sell the drugs, sending four of the women to a prison where a butch head guard uses the prisoners for her own deviant pleasures.
Hard Rock Zombies (1985)
Hard Rock Zombies is a 1985 American comedy horror film directed by Krishna Shah, and starring E.J. Curse, Geno Andrews, Sam Mann, Mick McMains, Lisa Toothman, Jennifer Coe, Ted Wells, and Jack Bliesener. The film was released by Cannon Film Distributors on September 1985.
An Alan Smithee Film: Burn Hollywood Burn (1998)
An Alan Smithee Film: Burn Hollywood, Burn (the onscreen title is simply Burn Hollywood Burn) is a 1998 American mockumentary comedy film directed by Arthur Hiller (using the Alan Smithee pseudonym), written by Joe Eszterhas, and starring Eric Idle as the protagonist, a director unfortunately named Alan Smithee. The film follows Smithee as he steals the negatives to his latest film and goes on the run.
Critically panned, the film "won" five awards (including Worst Picture) at the 1998 Golden Raspberry Awards. The film had an estimated budget of $10 million and grossed at least $52,850, as it was only released in 19 theaters.
The film's creation set off a chain of events, which would lead the Directors Guild of America to officially discontinue the Alan Smithee credit in 2000. Its plot (about a director attempting to disown a film) eventually, and ironically, described the film's own production; director Hiller requested that his name be removed after witnessing the final cut of the film by the studio.
Rufino (Luis Fernando Pea) is a teenage boy forced to live in a foster home after his father goes missing. Without any parental supervision, Rufino enjoys a life of petty crime and recreational drug use. When his girlfriend, Xochitl (Maya Zapata), learns she is pregnant, Rufino hatches a plan to steal and sell a bag of cocaine in hopes of using the money to run away with her. Meanwhile, Rufino becomes obsessed with finding his father, who he believes is still alive.
As One: The Autism Project (2014)
A heartwarming documentary film focusing on the children, parents and teachers involved in The Austism Project - a theatrical and musical program designed specifically for children on the autism spectrum throughout the United Arab Emirates.
Night of the Demons III (1997)
Night of the Demons 3 (released as Demon House in the UK) is the third film in the Night of the Demons series before the 2009 reboot. It was released in 1997 by Paramount Pictures and Republic Pictures in R-Rated and Unrated versions. It stars Amelia Kinkade, Vlasta Vrána, Gregory Calpakis, Tara Slone, Christian Tessier, Joel Gordon, Larry Day, Kristen Holden-Reid, Stephanie Bauder, and Patricia Rodriguez.
Kleinruppin forever (2004)
Kleinruppin forever is a German romantic comedy film, released in late-2004. The film is set in 1985 and stars Tobias Schenke as Tim Winter, a West German teenager from Bremen with aspirations of being a professional tennis player. On a school trip to East Germany, Tim meets his identical twin brother Ronny (also played by Tobias Schenke). Ronny switches places with Tim, forcing Tim to experience life and love in East Germany. The film can be seen as part of the Ostalgie movement, similar to the films Good Bye Lenin! (2003) and Sonnenallee (1999), which look back nostalgically at life in East Germany.
Sigur Rós: Heima (2007)
Sigur Rós tour the furthest flung corners of their Icelandic homeland through a series of free, unannounced concerts. On their way, they visit ghost towns, outsider art shrines, national parks, small community halls, the highland wilderness, as well as playing the largest gig of their career at their homecoming Reykjavik show.
The Notorious Landlady (1962)
The Notorious Landlady is a 1962 comedy/mystery American film starring Kim Novak, Jack Lemmon, and Fred Astaire. The film was directed by Richard Quine, with a script by Blake Edwards and Larry Gelbart.
Splitz is a 1984 film starring Robin Johnson, Shirley Stoler and Forbes Riley. The film is about an all-girl rock band who joins up with an underdog sorority to help them win a series of athletic competitions.
Mr. Sycamore (1975)
Nagged by his wife (Sandy Dennis), a middle-aged mailman (Jason Robards) dreams of a librarian (Jean Simmons) and tries to turn into a tree.
Raiders of the Desert (1941)
Raiders of the Desert is a 1941 film.
It features an early appearance by Maria Montez. It was the first time she made a movie set in the Orient.
Filming started in June 1941. It was released by July of that year.
Chikamatsu's Love in Osaka (1959)
In 17th-century Japan, Ishun (Eitaro Shindo) flourishes in business but remains stingy and cruel, often mistreating his wife, Osan (Kyoko Kagawa). When her bumbling brother desperately needs money, Osan teams up with Ishun's employee, Mohei (Kazuo Hasegawa), and steals the sum from her husband. After Ishun learns of the theft, he accuses Osan and Mohei of having an affair. Afraid of Ishun's wrath, the pair flee, and become lovers while on the lam. But Ishun's men aren't far behind.
Win Win (2013)
A Swiss mayor and a Chinese watchmaker organize the semifinals of the Miss China competition to advance their careers.
The Boy Who Loved Horses (1961)
A Danish schoolboy steals a Lipizzaner stallion to save it from the slaughterhouse.
A Patch of Fog (2015)
A security guard catches a famous writer/TV host shoplifting and blackmails him into becoming friends.
Queen of Spades: The Dark Rite (2015)
Terror awaits four teenagers when they unwittingly summon an evil ghost that uses mirrors as a gateway to the world of the living.
A Russian astrophysicist returns to Moscow to give a speech and must deal with the many changes to the country.
Lady in the Box (2001)
A bartender believes people plan to frame him for the murder of his girlfriend.
Unpredictable Nature of the River (1996)
Jean-Franois de la Plaine becomes a governor in West Africa at the height of the slave trade.
The Eagle Fist (1981)
A vengeance-bent militia man enlists the aid of a renowned kung-fu trainer.
When the Earth Trembled (1913)
When the Earth Trembled (1913) is an American silent disaster film starring Ethel Clayton and Harry Myers. The film, a short feature, may be the first fiction film to depict the 1906 San Francisco earthquake.Motion Picture Story Magazine (September 1913) published a story version of the screenplay by Henry Albert Phillips.
At 3:25 (1924)
Paris Qui Dort (literally "Paris which sleeps") is a 1925 French science fiction comedy silent short film directed by René Clair. Also released as Le rayon de la mort, its international English-language titles were The Crazy Ray and Paris Asleep. It has also been released in the USA as At 3:25.
The Lucky Stiff (1949)
The Lucky Stiff is a 1949 American comedy crime film directed by Lewis R. Foster starring Dorothy Lamour, Brian Donlevy and Claire Trevor. The film is based on the 1945 novel of the same name by Craig Rice.
The Lucky Stiff was produced by famous comedian Jack Benny. It is the only feature film Benny ever produced.
Date of the Dead (2017)
Three tales of terror; a guy battles evil cheerleaders, a couple deals with a home invasion, and a serial killer meets the woman of his dreams.
Raw Edge (1956)
Raw Edge is a 1956 Technicolor Western film directed by John Sherwood starring Rory Calhoun, Yvonne de Carlo, Mara Corday, Rex Reason, Neville Brand.
It marked the movie debut of John Gavin under the name "John Gilmore".
Always Say Goodbye (1997)
A womanizing photographer (Joshua Beckett) falls for a clothing designer (Marcia Cross), moves in with her and takes a stab at commitment.