My Accomplice (2013)
Ang Kuya Kong Siga (1993)
Sleepy Eyes of Death: Castle Menagerie (1969)
Just when you think Kyoshiro’s life can’t get any stranger, someone starts running around raping, murdering, and leaving notes proudly proclaiming the sleepy-eyed ronin responsible!
Speak White (1980)
Speak White is a racist insult used by English-speaking Canadians against those who speak other languages in public. The slur inspired a French language poem composed by Québécois writer Michèle Lalonde in 1968. It was first recited in 1970 and was published in 1974 by Editions de l'Hexagone, Montreal. It denounced the poor situation of French-speakers in Quebec and takes the tone of a collective complaint against English-speaking Quebecers. Her poem is directed primarily at English Canada, although often citing British and American references such as Shakespeare, Keats, the Thames, the Potomac and Wall Street as its symbols of linguistic oppression. In 1980, Speak White was made into a short motion picture by filmmakers Pierre Falardeau and Julien Poulin, the six-minute film featured actress Marie Eykel reading Lalonde's poem. It was released by the National Film Board of Canada. Italian-Quebecer journalist playwright Marco Micone also wrote a poem in response called Speak What?, depicting allophone immigrants as the same oppressed class as the Québécois in Quebec, and calling for a more inclusive society. The poem Speak White was spoken in full by Robert Lepage in his one-man play "887" which premiered in Vancouver in 2015, and was also performed in August 2015 at the Edinburgh International Arts Festival in Scotland.
Das Mädchen aus dem Regenwald (2011)
Distortion III (2013)
Adini anmayacagim (1971)
Placówka (film) is a Polish historical film. It was released in 1979.
The Yellow Traffic (1914)
What a Carry On! (1949)
We Go Fast (1941)
We Go Fast is a 1941 American action film directed by William C. McGann and written by Thomas Lennon and Adrian Scott. The film stars Lynn Bari, Alan Curtis, Sheila Ryan, Don DeFore, Ernest Truex and Gerald Mohr. The film was released on September 19, 1941, by 20th Century Fox.
The Attic (1963)
The Attic (Italian: L'attico, also known as The Penthouse) is a 1962 Italian comedy film directed by Gianni Puccini.
The Relaxed Wife (1957)
The Relaxed Wife is a 13-minute live action American film produced in color for distribution during 1957. Structured in a form similar to the 1942–55 series of MGM's Pete Smith Specialty comedy short subjects, which were written and directed by those films' star Dave O'Brien, or to Warner Bros.' Joe McDoakes shorts which starred George O'Hanlon, the brief comedic episodes comprising The Relaxed Wife depict a wise, easygoing housewife calming her stress-filled husband. The film is a short version of a longer promotional production which described the benefits of Atarax, a tranquilizer that was marketed at the time.
Hilfe - sie liebt mich (1956)
Love or Death (2014)
Momok: The Movie (2009)
Looney Lens: Split Skyscrapers (1924)
The Roaring Fifties (1983)
The Roaring Fifties (German:Die wilden Fünfziger ) is a 1983 German comedy film directed by Peter Zadek and starring Juraj Kukura, Boy Gobert and Peter Kern. It is based on the novel Hurra, wir leben noch by Johannes Mario Simmel. It is set around the German Wirtschaftswunder economic miracle of the 1950s, with the title alluding to the Roaring Twenties.
He and She (1969)
L'assoluto naturale (internationally released as He and She and She and He) is a 1969 Italian drama film directed by Mauro Bolognini.
The plot focuses on a mysterious romance involving an uninhibited woman (Koscina) and a dour photographer (Harvey), shot in strange mondernist interiors and abstract sports car-on-a-highway to nowhere exteriors.
The work of cinematographer Ennio Guarnieri in this film has been referred to as "one of the cornerstones of Italian photography in the sixties".
Sayang You Can Dance (2009)
A Season in Hakkari (1983)
A Season in Hakkari (Turkish: Hakkâri'de Bir Mevsim) is a 1983 Turkish drama film directed by Erden Kıral. It was entered into the 33rd Berlin International Film Festival, where it won the Silver Bear - Special Jury Prize.
Lokval in Venesië (1972)
Zagorski specijalitet (2011)
A Journey with Peter Sellars (2007)
Sabaash Mapillai (1961)
Hugh Hefner: Founder and Editor of Playboy (1973)
Porky's Five & Ten (1938)
Porky's Five & Ten is a Looney Tunes cartoon short produced by Leon Schlesinger and released in 1938. Porky sets sail for the Boola-Boola islands in the South Seas with a sailboat full of cargo and plans to open a five and dime store, until a swordfish cuts a hole in the hull.
Let's Celebrake (1938)
My Wasted Life (2000)
Piesn triumfujacej milosci (1969)
Jaime Urrutia: La fuerza de la costumbre (2011)
The Sex Adventures of the Three Musketeers (1971)
Along Came Daffy (1947)
Along Came Daffy is a 1947 Warner Bros. cartoon in the Looney Tunes (reissued as a Blue Ribbon Merrie Melody on July 24, 1954) series, featuring Daffy Duck and two characters resembling Yosemite Sam. It was directed by Friz Freleng and written by Michael Maltese and Tedd Pierce. All voices are performed by Mel Blanc. Along Came Daffy is one of only two Warner Bros. shorts (the other being Honey's Money) in which Yosemite Sam is not paired with Bugs Bunny (although at one point Daffy does ask, "What's cookin', Doc?", a variant of Bugs's "What's up, Doc?" catchphrase along with the famous "eh" and the imitated 'carrot chewing').
Triptih o materiji i smrti (1960)
Man Hunting (2010)
Rising Moon (2005)
Rising Moon is a 2005 Nigerian drama film directed by Andy Nwakalor and starring Onyeka Onwenu. The film received 12 nominations and won 6 awards at the African Movie Academy Awards in 2006, including the awards for Best Picture, Best Visual Effect and Best Editing.
Catarina e os Outros (2011)
The Shove (2014)
Arson: The Criminals, Part III (1977)
Take Off (1972)
The Bread Seller Woman (1965)
The Bread Seller Woman (Turkish:Ekmekçi Kadın) is a 1965 Turkish drama film directed by Zafer Davutoğlu and starring Türkan Şoray, İzzet Günay and Çolpan İlhan. It is an adaptation of the French novel The Bread Peddler by Xavier de Montépin.
Aditya 999 (2016)
Dry martini (bunuelino cocktail) (2008)
The Reluctant Sadist (1967)
The Reluctant Sadist (AKA I, a Nobleman; Danish: Jeg - en marki, Swedish: Jag - en älskare) is a 1967 Danish/Swedish comedy film directed by Mac Ahlberg and Peer Guldbrandsen, and starring Gabriel Axel in the role of Marcel de Sade.
Behind the Evidence (1935)
Behind the Evidence is a 1935 American crime film directed by Lambert Hillyer and starring Norman Foster, Sheila Bromley and Donald Cook.
Shaping Bamboo (1979)
Kantor ideál (1932)
The Ideal Schoolmaster (Czech: Kantor Ideál) is a 1932 Czech comedy film directed by Martin Frič.
The Great Adventures of Captain Kidd (1953)
The Great Adventures of Captain Kidd (1953) was the 52nd serial released by Columbia Pictures. It is based in the historical figure of Captain William Kidd.
Chuck Berry: Rock and Roll Music (1992)
Present Perfect Continuous Tense (2013)
Mouna Mazhai (2013)
Weekend am Wannsee (2000)
Law Don (1979)
The Arm of the Law (1932)
Phra apai mani (2002)
Axiliad (Polish: Siekierezada) is a 1986 Polish drama film directed by Witold Leszczyński. The film was selected as the Polish entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 59th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.
The Story of 'Hansel and Gretel' (1951)
The Great Oath (1969)
Grateful Dead Meet-Up 2017 (2017)
In celebration of what would have been Jerry Garcia’s 75th birthday, meet up with friends and fellow Dead Heads in cinemas nationwide for the 7th Annual Grateful Dead Meet-Up at the Movies. This special one-night event features the band’s compete, never-before-seen performance at RFK Stadium in Washington D.C. on 7/12/1989. The show also includes a terrific show-opening rendition of the Dead's biggest hit “Touch Of Grey”, at least one song sung by each of the four lead singers, a very rare second set song and second set opener, and one of the only video recorded versions of “Black Muddy River.”
You Have the Right to Remain Violent (2010)
Man in the Mirror (2008)
The Devil's Trail (1942)
Inside the Actor's Workshop (2010)
Sangre de Mayo (2008)
Blood of May (Spanish: Sangre de mayo) is a 2008 Spanish film directed by José Luis Garci and starring Quim Gutiérrez and Paula Echevarría. The plot is based on a novel by Benito Pérez Galdós and takes place around the events of 2 May 1808, when the people of Madrid rise up in rebellion against French occupation.
Odna lyubov na million (2007)
Power and Lovers (1994)
The River of Romance (1929)
River of Romance is a 1929 American drama film directed by Richard Wallace and written by Ethel Doherty, Joseph L. Mankiewicz, Dan Totheroh and John V.A. Weaver. The film stars Charles 'Buddy' Rogers, Mary Brian, June Collyer, Henry B. Walthall, Wallace Beery, Fred Kohler and Natalie Kingston. It is based on the play Magnolia by Booth Tarkington. The film was released on June 29, 1929, by Paramount Pictures.
Wake the Fuck Up (2012)
Violent Is the Word for Curly (1938)
Violent Is the Word for Curly is the 32nd short film released by Columbia Pictures in 1938 starring American slapstick comedy team The Three Stooges (Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Curly Howard). The comedians released 190 short films for the studio between 1934 and 1959.
Neck and Neck (1924)
Say Grace Before Drowning (2010)
Four Weeks, Four Hours (2006)
Under the Counter Spy (1954)
Under the Counter Spy is the 54th animated cartoon short subject in the Woody Woodpecker series. Released theatrically on May 10, 1954, the film was produced by Walter Lantz Productions and distributed by Universal- International.
The Making of 'American Graffiti' (1998)
Sendero mortal II (1999)
Doña Perfecta (1951)
Doña Perfecta is a 1951 Mexican film version of the famous novel by Benito Pérez Galdós, directed by Alejandro Galindo and starring Dolores del Río.
The Toxic Retards (2015)
Sinbad: Nuthin' But the Funk (1998)
Miss USA 2018 (2018)
The 2017 MISS USA® competition is a not-to-be-missed two-hour special programming event, which will conclude with Miss USA Deshauna Barber crowning her successor. Contestants representing all 50 states and the District of Columbia will compete for the opportunity of becoming the next Miss USA. The winner is provided an elevated platform for the possibility to pursue her goals and continue to make a difference beyond the local level. The state representatives who compete each year are confident, dedicated and ambitious and inspire others to create change in their communities.
Quicksand at Deadman's Creek (1998)
Katy Perry: Making of the Pepsi Super Bowl Halftime Show (2015)
The Why (2009)
Where Is It (2017)
Racetrack is a 1933 American Pre-Code drama.
Horse racing bookmaker Joe Tomasso (Leo Carrillo) becomes involved with homeless waif Jackie Curtis (Junior Coughlan) whose mother abandoned him some years before. Tomasso acts as the young boy's unofficial guardian and agrees to allow him to become a jockey with the stipulation that all his races must be honest ones. Jackie's mother Myra shows up and wants them to be a family again. She becomes upset over her son's involvement in the sport of racing. Tomasso deliberately creates a situation to drive a wedge between himself and Jackie so that the youth will return to his mother.
The King of Texas (2008)
Disease Is Punishment (2004)
Work of Art (2008)
Dance Team (1932)
Dance Team is a 1932 American Pre-Code comedy film directed by Sidney Lanfield and written by Edwin J. Burke. The film stars James Dunn, Sally Eilers, Ralph Morgan, Minna Gombell, Edward Crandall and Nora Lane. The film was released on January 17, 1932, by Fox Film Corporation.
Tomorrow and Tomorrow (1932)
Tomorrow and Tomorrow is a 1932 American Pre-Code drama film directed by Richard Wallace and written by Philip Barry and Josephine Lovett. The film stars Ruth Chatterton, Robert Ames, Paul Lukas, Harold Minjir, Tad Alexander, Walter Walker and Arthur Pierson. The film was released on February 5, 1932, by Paramount Pictures.
Hopkins & Delaney LLP (2015)
Ridin' the Trail (1940)
A Timeless Call (2008)
Xana and Dax: When Opposites Attract (2005)
Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me! (1968)
No Place To Call Home (2014)
Slimy Little Bastards (2015)