Search and Destroy (1988)

A commando (J. Christian Ingvordsen) and his team trap foreign terrorists in a top-secret virus plant, which leaks.

Border Bandits (1946)

Jewel-robbing bandits become the quarry of two United States marshals.

Return (1985)

An Arkansan (Karlene Crockett) meets a young man (John Walcutt) possessed by the spirit of her slain grandfather.

Confession of a Gangster (2010)

Hoping for a better life, two women hatch a plan to steal money from a drug dealer (David Fernandez).

Pata Nahi Rabb Kehdeyan Rangan Ch Raazi (2012)

Harman moves to Bangkok to improve his life and returns home to profess his love to Simla on Valentine's Day.

Rat Fink (1965)

A sadistic rock singer (Schuyler Hayden) will do whatever it takes to become a star. After seducing an older woman in order to steal money from her, the singer travels to Hollywood, Calif., and hires an agent (Hal Bokar), eventually engaging in an affair with the man's wife (Warrene Ott). Meanwhile, he also impregnates a clueless teenager (Judy Hughes) and then forces her to get an abortion from a veterinarian, only to promptly dump her when he suddenly becomes famous.

Soul-Fire (1925)

Eric Fane (Richard Barthelmess) is a composer unwilling to compromise his dream for a steady job back home in the United States. After his studies in Italy, he moves to Paris, where he is forced to write popular songs for money when he stops receiving support from his father. He tires of selling out and, after an encounter with the mob, starts to travel. He begins a madcap journey from Paris to Port Said, Egypt, and to the South Seas, where he believes he has found love with Teita (Bessie Love).

Hooray for Love (1935)

A singer (Ann Sothern) wants her father to marry a rich woman so he can bail out her boyfriend's (Gene Raymond) latest show.

French Conspiracy (1973)

A journalist (Jean-Louis Trintignant) lures a developing nation's leader (Gian Maria Volonte) to Paris, supposedly to make a television show.

The Disenchantment (1976)

Filmmaker Jaime Chvarri interviews the wife and three children of a Spanish poet who died in 1962.

Mi Compadre Capulina (1989)

Capulina is taken to prison for crimes he didn't commit. His neighbor helps free him but soon after he gets into trouble again.

A Box for Rob (2012)

Rob Spencer's world begins to unravel when a dark secret from his childhood becomes reality when a murder happens.

False Faces (1943)

A district attorney sets out to vindicate his son who's been accused of murdering a nightclub singer.

Spring Parade (1940)

A Hungarian woman (Deanna Durbin) attends a fair and buys a card from a Gypsy fortuneteller who predicts that she will marry and be happy. Then she meets a handsome army drummer and helps him become a famous composer.

A Date With Death (1959)

A drifter (Gerald Mohr) takes a slain policeman's identity to avenge his murder and break up gangster rackets.

ffolkes (1980)

An English admiral (James Mason) needs an eccentric lord (Roger Moore) and his frogmen to save oil rigs and a ship from a mad bomber (Anthony Perkins).

Okay, America! (1932)

A gossip columnist rises to fame.

Suddenly (2006)

A man finds a way to move on with life with his teenage son after they survive a car accident that killed his wife and young son.

Lone Wolf & Cub 6: White Heaven in Hell (1974)

The samurai Ogami (Tomisaburô Wakayama) confronts his archenemy Retsudo in a final confrontation.

Taoism Drunkard (1983)

An incorrigible kung fu expert with a drinking problem spouts words of wisdom.

Robin Hood: The Movie (1958)

The legendary outlaw leads his band against evil Prince John in these episodes culled from the classic TV series.

Sanctuary (1961)

In 1920s rural Mississippi, Nancy Mannigoe (Odetta), an African-American servant, is placed on death row for the murder of Temple Drake's (Lee Remick) infant child. Temple, the daughter of the governor, pleads with her father to exonerate Nancy of the charges, explaining that Nancy acted in haste to prevent her from resuming her affair with a roguish Cajun called Candy Man (Yves Montand). Details of Temple's sordid past are uncovered as she begs mercy for her faithful servant.

The Queen of Babylon (1956)

Goatherd Semiramis (Rhonda Fleming) becomes the king's (Roldano Lupi) concubine but loves a Chaldean rebel (Ricardo Montalban) in ninth-century B.C. Assyria.

Caesar and Otto's Summer Camp Massacre (2009)

Caesar and Otto quickly reconsider staying as camp counselors when Carrie shows up and the other counselors start disappearing one by one.

Redemption (2002)

Fired from an elite SWAT team, a desperate man (Don "The Dragon" Wilson) becomes involved in an underworld caper.

Sensation Seekers (1927)

A free-spirited flapper (Billie Dove) falls in love with a staid minister (Raymond Bloomer), but fear of ruining his reputation causes her to marry another man (Huntley Gordon).

Goin' to Town (1944)

The owners of a general store and their neighbors become the butt of a phony oil promoter's expensive practical joke.

Self-Defense (1983)

Two apartment dwellers draw fire from murderous vigilantes when they shelter one of the group's escaped victims.

Dragonslayer (2011)

A professional skateboarder drifts through life with seemingly little regard for adult responsibilities, preferring instead to skate in abandoned pools and camp in friends' yards.

The Corn Is Green (1979)

Determined to educate the town's illiterate children, schoolmarm L.C. Moffat (Katharine Hepburn) opens a school in a dismal Welsh coal-mining community. Battling both the ignorance of the villagers and the contrary local squire (Bill Fraser), Miss Moffat becomes increasingly discouraged until she sees extraordinary potential in one of her students, Morgan Evans (Ian Saynor). When Morgan fathers an illegitimate child, the teacher fears her pupil's chance at a college education may be destroyed.

Luxury Liner (1948)

Capt. Jeremy Bradford (George Brent) has a particularly exciting luxury-liner cruise in store when he's charged with transporting a troupe of opera singers to Rio de Janeiro. Anxious to become a singer herself, Bradford's young daughter, Polly (Jane Powell), decides to skip out on school and sneak onto the ship before it departs. Angry that his daughter disobeyed him, Bradford puts her to work on the ship for punishment, but Polly has her own ideas about how to spend the trip.

Another Wild Idea (1934)

An experimental ray gun designed to release a person's inhibitions turns a timid man (Charley Chase) into a mountain of boldness.

Pokémon the Movie: Kyurem vs. the Sword of Justice (2012)

Based on the video game.

Hombre Mirando al Sudeste (1986)

A patient in a mental hospital claims to be from another planet, but his physician doubts it.

Don Quixote, Knight Errant (2002)

In the twilight of his life, the eccentric nobleman (Juan Luis Galiardo) and Sancho Panza (Carlos Iglesias) set out to battle a horde of angry Turks.

Don Quintin the Bitter (1935)

A businessman abandons his family and reunites with his daughter on his deathbed.

Love Story (1981)

Two young lovers (Vijayata Pandit, Kumar Gaurav) run away to elope after their parents decide to oppose their relationship.

Ganga Zumba (1963)

In 17th-century South America, plantation slaves revolt against their cruel owners in a bid for freedom.

Sea Rex: Journey to a Prehistoric World (2010)

An underwater journey through the Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous periods.

The Untamed Breed (1948)

Texas ranchers resist an out-of-towner (Sonny Tufts) who has a Brahman bull to breed.

The Fighting Rookie (1934)

A condemned cop redeems himself by exposing a gang of underworld crooks.

All About Women (2008)

A doctor (Zhou Xun), a beautiful executive (Kitty Zhang) and a rock singer (Kwai Lun-mei) search for love in Beijing.

Orange Honey (2012)

Henry and Carmen live in Andalusia during the 1950s. He works for the court, where he witnesses injustices and abuses of power every day, then he begins engaging in risky actions that also endanger his family.

Flying Monsters (2010)

The prehistoric world of the pterosaurs.

Alter Egos (2004)

Documentary filmmaker Laurence Green goes behind the scenes to show the making of Chris Landreth's "Ryan," a computer-animated short film based on the life of acclaimed Canadian animator Ryan Larkin, who went from being nominated for an Academy Award in 1969 to being a homeless alcoholic addicted to drugs. Interviews with Landreth show the process behind the creation of "Ryan," and interviews with Larkin himself shine light on the troubles he faced, and on his road to redemption.

Jet Stream (2012)

A scientist and a weatherman try to change the course of converging jet streams that threaten to destroy the planet.

Francisca (2002)

In order to prevent his deportation from Mexico, a teacher (Ulrich Noethen) spies on a group of students suspected of radicalism.

Ex-Champ (1939)

A former prizefighter tries to keep his son from getting involved in crime by turning him into a boxer.

Summer School (1978)

Bikinis, custom vans and teenage romances are required for the summer.

Stormy Trails (1936)

Despite sitting on a property rich with gold, Rancher Tom Storm (Rex Bell) is struggling to pay off his mortgage. He goes to the bank to request an extension, only to find it being robbed by three outlaws. Storm kills one in self-defense. In a cruel twist, he is later accused of murdering the bank robber, and forced to consult lawyer Steve Varick (Earl Dwire). The fishy accusation turns out to be the machinations of cattle rustler Max Durante (Karl Hackett), who wants Storm's gold.

Equinox Knocks (1999)

After vowing revenge on her cheating mate, a popular Texas teenager transforms into a boy.

The First Movie (2009)

Director Mark Cousins travels to a small Kurdish village in Iraq and gives hand-held cameras to the children so that they can document their daily lives.

Sunny (1930)

An English circus chorus-girl (Marilyn Miller) falls for an heir (Lawrence Gray), during a fox hunt and on an ocean liner.

Lone Star Raiders (1940)

The Three Mesquiteers (Robert Livingston, Bob Steele, Rufe Davis) help an elderly rancher sell her horses to the Army.

Outlaws of Sonora (1938)

The robber of a bank looks like one of the Three Mesquiteers (Bob Livingston, Ray Corrigan, Max Terhune).


Growing weary of his assignments, a contract killer known for his brisk efficiency becomes a marked man, himself, when his boss decides his time is up.

2000 Years Later (1969)

A soldier from ancient Rome finds himself in modern America, only to see the vices of his people embraced as the latest fads.

A Day in the Country (1953)

Joe Besser narrates the tale of vacationing family members who find themselves involved in all sorts of barnyard merriment.

Sabra (1970)

An aging Arab police inspector (Akim Tamiroff) befriends a young Israeli spy (Assaf Dayan) in order to gain information.

Shakedown (2002)

An earthquake traps a cult leader (Ron Perlman) and his followers after they infiltrate a building that contains biological weapons.

Old Mother Riley Overseas (1943)

Innkeeper Riley (Arthur Lucan) sails to Portugal, plays Beethoven in concert and rescues her daughter (Kitty McShane) from wine crooks.

Bloody Murder 2 (2003)

The body count rises as a maniacal killer stalks camp counselors as they prepare to leave for the season.

Song of the Exile (1990)

After going to school in London, Cheung Hueyin (Maggie Cheung) returns to Hong Kong for the wedding of her younger sister. It doesn't take long for the young woman to discover the vast gulf now separating her from her mother, Aiko (Lu Shao-fen). As Cheung prepares for the wedding, she contends with her mother's animosity for the Western customs she's picked up. In search of answers, Cheung dredges up painful memories of the past that shed light on her mother's resentful behavior.

A Boy Called Dad (2009)

Robbie becomes a father at the age of 14 and creates other events that catapult him into adulthood.

Josette (1938)

Two brothers (Don Ameche, Robert Young) fall for a New Orleans singer (Simone Simon) they mistake for the gold digger chasing their father.

Tactical Unit: Partners (2009)

Elite police officers (Simon Yam, Maggie Siu) must thwart the assassination of their chief.

O Grão (2007)

A grandmother who feels death's approach prepares her grandson for their impending separation by telling him a about a powerful king and queen who, having lost their only son, seek ways to bring him back to life.

Fangs of the Arctic (1953)

A Mountie and his trusted canine companion set out to nab an outlaw gang of fur trappers.

All Men Are Apes (1965)

A promiscuous young woman finds success as a professional stripper and goes bananas for her hairy erotic-dance partner.

The Idiot (1951)

In post-World War II Japan, childlike veteran Kinji (Masayuki Mori) suffers from post-traumatic stress-induced seizures, and, after treatment at a mental health institution in Okinawa, he returns to his hometown. There he meets and becomes romantically caught up with two women -- Taeko (Setsuko Hara) and Ayako (Yoshiko Kuga). Another man, Denkichi (Toshir Mifune), is passionately in love with Taeko, too. So when Kinji begins favoring Taeko, a violent conflict erupts between the two men.

Father's Wild Game (1950)

An irate citizen decides to trap his own game rather than pay outrageous store prices for meat.

Van Veeteren: Münsters Fall (2005)

A lawman (Sven Wollter) investigates the stabbing death of a wealthy wine merchant.

Bodyguards and Assassins (2009)

In 1906 Hong Kong, a newspaper editor and a tycoon learn of an assassination plot against Sun Yat-sen, and recruit a small band of ordinary men and women to protect him.

It Shouldn't Happen to a Dog (1946)

An editorial prank puts a newsman (Allyn Joslyn) on a case with a detective (Carole Landis) and her Doberman pinscher.

Tiger Claws (1992)

Clawed corpses clue police detectives (Jalal Merhi, Cynthia Rothrock) to a killer of martial artists in New York.

Underground (1929)

Bill (Brian Aherne) and Bert (Cyril McLaglen) meet the same woman on the same day at the same underground station and they both want to date her. When she chooses Bill, Bert does not take the rejection lightly.

The Vanishing of Pato (2010)

In 1890, two squabbling lawmen (Nino Frassica, Maurizio Casagrande) investigate the disappearance of a banker (Neri Marcor).

Customs Agent (1950)

An undercover agent (William Eythe) tracks a medicine black market from China to California.

The Last Blood (1991)

After Red Army terrorists critically wound a high priest, they try to kill all possible donors of the holy leader's rare blood-type.

Forgotten Girls (1940)

A disillusioned factory worker is charged with the attempted murder of her mother's lover.

Forgotten Woman (1939)

A woman imprisoned for a crime she didn't commit receives unexpected help from the prosecuting attorney.

Everybody Dance (1936)

When a nightclub singer (Cicely Courtneidge) must take care of her late sister's children, she moves them to a farm.

Beyond (2000)

While scuba diving, two teenage brothers (Robert Hansen, Ralf J. Hollander) discover a legendary U-boat that salvagers are racing to recover.

Dark Harvest (1992)

Van trouble in the desert forces young people to hike through a sacred burial ground.

Hard Revenge Milly (2008)

A grieving woman (Miki Mizuno) uses a sword to dispatch the vicious gangsters who killed her family.

Attack of the Jungle Women (1959)

Land developers looking to build a highway through the wilds of Central America encounter fierce opposition from a tribe of savage female natives.

Babe Comes Home (1927)

The bubbly romance between a baseball star and a laundress goes down the drain when the slugger's love of chewing tobacco makes a mess of their relationship.

Babes in the Goods (1934)

Two women (Thelma Todd, Patsy Kelly) hired to demonstrate washing machines in a department-store window get locked in overnight.

One (2000)

One is the dramatic story of two young men whose friendship deteriorates as their lives take different directions. Following his release from prison, Charlie moves in with his best friend, Nick, a once promising baseball player, whose career was unexpectedly cut short when he assaulted his manager. As Charlie discovers his inherent self-worth by committing to a job, college and even love, Nick descends on a path that leads to frustration and failure.

Fired Wife (1943)

A woman at a radio station hides her marriage from the boss, but her husband decides to tell all.


Star-crossed lovers are meant to be together despite being promised to other people.

The Ballad of Paducah Jail (1934)

Kentucky humorist Irvin S. Cobb hunts for an escaped felon, but the tables are turned when the criminal nabs him instead.

Next Summer (1985)

As the marriage between long-suffering Jeanne (Claudia Cardinale) and serial philanderer Edouard (Philippe Noiret) unravels, the couple's two daughters experience their own emotional shock waves. Dina (Fanny Ardant) wants more from her daily life, while Sidone (Marie Trintignant) is married to a fellow musician but is terrified of performing in public. Fast-forward seven years: Edouard is gravely ill, and the family shares their issues, hopes and fears.

Quiet Cool (1986)

Joe Dylanne (James Remar), a tough New York City police officer, is summoned to Northern California at the behest of Katy Greer (Daphne Ashbrook), an old flame. Katy desperately needs Joe's help after the brutal killings of much of her family at the hands of rural drug dealers. Upon arriving in the area, Joe discovers that local law enforcement isn't helpful, and he must team up with Katy's survivalist nephew, Joshua (Adam Coleman Howard), to take down the murderous criminals.

The Big Timers (1945)

A singer pretends to be wealthy to impress her fiance's family.

Things to Do Before You're 30 (2004)

Young people (Dougray Scott, Jimi Mistry, Emilia Fox) deal with love, relationships and responsibility in London.

Dark World (2008)

A retired Los Angeles detective (Michael Par) investigates a series of missing-person cases with his ex-partner.

Best of the Badmen (1951)

After the North defeats the South, Union Maj. Jeff Clanton (Robert Ryan) heads to Missouri to provide the Confederacy's Quantrill's Raiders a chance to claim allegiance to the Union, thereby clearing their wanted status. But standing in Clanton's way are the corrupt lawmen Joad (Barton MacLane) and Fowler (Robert Preston), who would rather keep the men outlaws to collect the reward on their heads. After Joad and Fowler frame Clanton for murder, he manages to escape, becoming an outlaw himself.

Men of the Plains (1936)

Government agents step in to stop a gang of outlaws from robbing railroad gold shipments.

Guidance (2009)

Ordinary people experience extraordinary situations.