One Rainy Afternoon (1936)
Suave French actor Philippe Martin (Francis Lederer) provokes a scandal when, in a darkened theater, he mistakes young Monique (Ida Lupino) for his mistress, Yvonne (Countess Liev de Maigret), and tries to kiss her. Charged with assault, the quick-thinking Philippe claims it's French tradition to do as he did, and is let go. To his surprise, Philippe learns that Monique has paid his fine. As the tabloids exploit the situation, Monique dates Philippe, until a photo appears of him kissing Yvonne.
Nightmare Weekend (1986)
Teens are invited to a Florida home where a scientist's assistant turns them into monsters.
Splatter University (1984)
A sociology instructor finds her new teaching duties at a private college interrupted by the presence of a killer.
Blonde Ice (1948)
A society reporter (Leslie Brooks) kills men for fame and money, then tries to frame a sportswriter (Robert Paige).
Knock On Wood (1954)
When his fiance leaves him, ventriloquist Jerry Morgan (Danny Kaye) alarms his manager, Marty (David Burns), with a violent outburst directed at his two dummies. After promising Marty to see a psychiatrist over his behavior, Jerry takes his broken dummies to a shop -- where, unknown to him, the repairman is a spy who plants vital secret blueprints in the wooden dolls. Jerry then becomes the target of several determined spies, as well as a stunning psychiatrist (Mai Zetterling).
Band Waggon (1940)
Would-be comedians (Arthur Askey, Jack Hylton) set up a pirate radio station in a castle, unaware that it is a German spy base.
Chasing Wild Horses (2008)
Sable Island, located in the stormiest part of the North Atlantic, is so ringed with shipwrecks that it is known as the Graveyard of the Atlantic. For hundreds of years, most believed the herd of wild horses that roamed the dunes were survivors of shipwrecks. In Chasing Wild Horses, Roberto Dutesco discovers the true origins of the mysterious horses, sharing their romantic and surprising history.
The Wild Soccer Bunch 2 (2005)
The Wild Soccer Bunch team lives by one rule: be wild! Bonded by their passion for the game of soccer, watch as this rag tag group of players defends the trophy of all trophies against the dreaded skater gang. Remember, everything's cool as long as you're wild.
The Savage Wild (1970)
A nature photographer and his crew film the wild land just below the Arctic Circle. The photographer then begins rasing timber wold cubs from infancy, intending to set them free after gaining their confidence.
The Strange Affair of Uncle Harry (1945)
Mad Harry (George Sanders) poisons his bad sister's (Geraldine Fitzgerald) cocoa; his good sister drinks it.
London Blackout Murders (1943)
Scotland Yard hunts a wartime killer who strikes with a hypodermic needle.
Female Misbehavior (1992)
Filmmaker Monika Treut looks at lesbian bondage, ex-porn actress Annie Sprinkle, academic feminism and a transsexual.
Hell's Island (1955)
Las Vegas bouncer Mike Cormack (John Payne), a onetime attorney whose career was ruined by alcoholism, is given a proposal by a mysterious man named Barzland (Francis L. Sullivan). Mike is to visit the tropical island Santo Rosario and retrieve a stolen ruby. The incentive -- money, sure, but also revenge; the woman who supposedly took the jewel is Janet (Mary Murphy), Mike's ex-fiance who left him for a pilot. Mike agrees, but quickly finds himself surrounded by danger and deception.
Señorita Justice (2004)
Anna Rios, played by Yancy Medina, is a sexy lawyer negotiating property agreements in Miami. When Anna learns that her brother was involved in a gang-related attack and her father had an emotional breakdown, she is forced to return to her lame home town.
She returns to the streets she once knew and sends her father on vacation to stay out of her investigation. In no time she rekindles and old flame and joins forces with a childhood friend. She also crosses paths with two female cops, Garcia (Edith Gonzalez) and Martinez (Eva Longoria) who are both investigating the murder but are better known for their lack of detective skills.
Both Garcia and Martinez are somehow convinced that Anna's childhood friend and old flame Hector (Kalex) witnessed the attack. Hector is unwilling to cooperate and Anna becomes unsatisfied with letting the police handle the investigation alone. She trades her expensive Miami city girl clothes for street clothes as she becomes Senorita Justice and sets out to avenge her brother.
Finding herself in-over-her-head, Anna's search leads her not only to the town's lowest of scumbags but right back to her law firm.
Danger Freaks shows the movie stunt world in all its death-defying reality. Rope sliding off a 300 foot cliff is a tricky maneuver at the best of times. Try doing it liberally doused with gasoline, blazing head to foot! It's all in a day's work for daredevil Grant Page who masterminded the stunts for "Mad Max" and "Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome" to name but two films in a long and celebrated movie career that has taken him all over the world. Danger Freaks examines the perilous occupation and the dangerous pleasures of Australia's most famous stuntman. What this guy goes on weekends takes 'adventure' to a new level - like venturing beyond the rail at the top of the Empire State Building. In this 90 minute film Grant talks candidly about his ego drive and recreates several of his most precarious stunts. The human catapult off a Sydney harbor cliff is a hair-raising start and the pace doesn't let up as Grant and his colleagues demonstrate the basic techniques necessary to stage flights, fall from horses, burst into flames, crash land hang gliders and smash cars to pieces. With a risky and hazardous feat every minute Danger Freaks is a video encyclopedia of the stuntman's art. Director: Brian Trenchard-Smith Producer: Brian Trenchard-Smith Writer: Brian Trenchard-Smith Principal Cast: Grant Page Set In: USA, AUSTRALIA, ENGLAND Copyright (c) 1990 The Movie Company Pty Ltd
The Dry Valley (2012)
In 19th-century Russia, a young servant (Yana Esipovich) falls in love with her noble master.
The Cain Complex (2013)
Four masked intruders invade the home of a man with PTSD who suffers from hallucinations; with his wife and children due home in a few hours, the man spends a hellish night in mental and physical combat.
Arkham Sanitarium: Soul Eater (2014)
Foul-mouthed investigators probe paranormal phenomena.
Filmmaker David Lickley examines bears in North America's Arctic and chronicles their struggle to survive .
This documentary, directed by Lauren Greenfield, follows four young women dealing with anorexia and bulimia at a strict treatment facility in Florida where they temporarily live. As the camera follows them, Shelly, Polly, Brittany and Alisa, ranging in age from 15 to 30 years old, have group therapy sessions, weigh-ins and meals. The women discuss the emotional and psychological issues tied to their body-image problems, as each struggles to fight the urge to lose more weight.
Code of the Silver Sage (1950)
An undercover cavalry agent (Allan "Rocky" Lane) stops an Arizona tyrant (Roy Barcroft) out to kill the president.
The Struggle (1931)
A young husband's descent into alcoholism threatens his marriage.
Dancing Pirate (1936)
Jonathan Pride (Charles Collins) is a dance teacher from Boston on his way to visit relatives in Los Angeles. His ship takes him around South America, where it's attacked by pirates. Pride is forced to work aboard their ship as a servant. He makes his escape when the ship docks on the California coast, but he realizes the local mayor (Frank Morgan) and his daughter (Steffi Duna) think he's a pirate captain. Pride's attempts to explain who he really is only lead to more confusion.
Doomsday County (2010)
A select few try to keep order in a town full of zombies, vampires and a mad scientist with plans for an impending alien invasion.
Tropic Zone (1953)
A banana expert (Ronald Reagan) protects a grower (Rhonda Fleming) and her farm from a land-grabber in Central America.
Snow Beast (2011)
A monstrous creature terrorizes a research team and a ranger (Jason London) in the Canadian wild.
Fleetwood Mac - Unbroken Chain (2004)
In 1978 Fleetwood Mac released Rumours, an album that would sell over 27 million copies. FLEETWOOD MAC: UNBROKEN CHAIN tells the complete story of this amazing group through interviews, film clips and rare photographs, from the band's early days as a British Blues powerhouse, to its rebirth as a worldwide phenomenon.
Love In A Goldfish Bowl (1961)
A Coast Guardsman (Fabian) joins two college students (Tommy Sands, Toby Michaels) platonically sharing a beach house.
Telephone Operator (1937)
A switchboard operator (Judith Allen) coordinates communication during a major flood.
Confidence Girl (1952)
A young woman's inherent honesty leads to the downfall of her conniving boyfriend's scams.
The Secret Of The Incas (1954)
An adventurer (Charlton Heston) and others search the ancient city of Machu Picchu for a jeweled ritual mask.
Billy Turner's Secret (1992)
Billy Turner has a secret. He is gay. He keeps this secret from his best friend and macho man roommate Rufus. Billy has a boyfriend named Gregory. Rufus has a girlfriend Natasha who lives with them and who Rufus mistreats. Billy is upset about how Rufus treats Natasha. One day Natasha's sister Evelyn comes to visit catching Billy and his boyfriend Gregory. Even though Billy asks Evelyn to keep the secret, the truth comes out and Rufus explodes taking his fury out on his girlfriend and breaking his friendship with Billy.
Navy Secrets (1939)
A man (Grant Withers) and a woman (Fay Wray) hunt for spies in bars, unaware they're on the same side.
Totally Confused (1998)
A young Chicago musician (Greg Pritikin) and his live-in girlfriend (Jackie Katzman) presume that his best friend (Gary Rosen) is gay.
Terrible Angels (2013)
When a prostitute/drug dealer (Una Jo Blade) goes to prison, a detective (Michael Madsen) tries to uncover the truth behind her kidnapping story.
Dakota Incident (1956)
Indians trap a bank robber (Dale Robertson), a beauty (Linda Darnell), a bank clerk (John Lund) and other stagecoach passengers in a gully.
Incident in an Alley (1962)
A policeman (Chris Warfield) hears a woman scream, fires his gun and stands trial for killing a boy.
Honeymoon Limited (1935)
A penniless author accepts a challenge to walk from New York to San Francisco and record his experiences in a journal.
The Naked Hills (1956)
Tracy Powell (David Wayne) is an Indiana farmer with an insatiable thirst for gold. Inspired by the California Gold Rush, Powell sets out for Stockton, Calif., leaving behind the only life he has ever known. But, failing to find his fortune, he returns to Indiana, farming and the loving arms of his girlfriend, Julie (Marcia Henderson). Sadly, even the birth of his son cannot assuage his gold fever. Before long, Powell has once again headed west -- this time leaving behind a wife and child.
When an inquisitive man sets out to find the facts about milk, he learns more about the growing controversy surrounding it.
Silent Conquest (2013)
The end of freedom of speech in the West.
Desert Sands (1955)
Sheik El Zanal (Keith Larsen) and his faithful sister, Princess Zara (Marla English), plot revenge on an outpost of the French Foreign Legion 15 years after their parents are murdered in cold blood by men dressed as legionnaires. After the brutal massacre of a patrol unit, the fort's newly assigned commander, Capt. David Malcolm (Ralph Meeker), battles the cunning El Zanal and his henchmen while waiting for reinforcements -- and finding himself unexpectedly attracted to the beautiful Zara.
Cop Hater (1958)
During a blisteringly hot summer, tensions on the city streets are already high when a cop is inexplicably gunned down, with no leads to go on. Two officers from the dead man's precinct, police Detectives Carelli (Robert Loggia) and Maguire (Gerald O'Loughlin), are put in charge of the murder investigation but are shocked when the victim's partner is killed in a similar fashion. The detectives then realize they're dealing with a sadistic cop hater, and they could be next on his hit list.
Santa Fe Passage (1955)
A scout (John Payne) guides a couple's (Faith Domergue, Rod Cameron) wagon train of guns and ammo through Indian country.
Combat Shock (1986)
A former prisoner of war (Mitch Maglio) returns to his miserable family and depravity in a New York slum.
Curse of the Swamp Creature (1966)
Geologists in the Florida Everglades stumble upon a mad scientist's secret lab and his experimental man-beasts.
The Cruel Tower (1956)
A steeplejack (John Ericson) and his boss (Charles McGraw) are rivals for a blonde (Mari Blanchard) and discuss it on a scaffold.
The Fuzzy Pink Nightgown (1957)
Two men (Ralph Meeker, Keenan Wynn) kidnap a Hollywood actress (Jane Russell), who refuses to let them back out of it.
Dead Sushi (2012)
A disgruntled researcher injects his former employers' meal with a serum that turns their sushi into flesh-eating monsters.
Superman III (1983)
Computer programmer Gus Gorman (Richard Pryor) is hired by financial tycoon Ross Webster (Robert Vaughn) to seize control of a weather satellite and annihilate Colombia's coffee crop. When Superman (Christopher Reeve) manages to thwart the plan, Webster commands Gorman to use the satellite to locate kryptonite, the Man of Steel's mortal weakness. But a missing unknown element in the kryptonite -- replaced by Gorman with tar -- causes an unintended side effect when presented to Superman.
The Taming of the Shrew (2016)
Together for the first and only time, the husband and wife team of Mary Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks tear up the screen in this charming early talkie adaptation of Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew. Having just arrived in Padua with a desire to find a wealthy wife, the handsome Petruchio, discovers that a beautiful, rich, and yet ill-tempered woman is available to anyone brave enough to marry her. Taking on this epic challenge, Petruchio sets his mind to taming Kate, making her his subservient and obedient wife. With whips in hand and many a sharp remark, these fierce individuals battle out their differences, eventually winding up in each other's arms. With fiery exchanges and comic pratfalls, Pickford and Fairbanks heat up the screen and leave you wanting more.
The Sweeper (1996)
A vigilante group recruits a Los Angeles policeman (C. Thomas Howell) whose family was slain when he was a child.
Severe Offroad 4 (2012)
Severe Racing presents their 4th Off Road Racing film. Featuring Trophy Trucks, Buggies, Bikes, ATV's and UTV's, all tearing it up through the deserts of America and Baja Mexico. Over a year and a half of filming at the most popular and fun events offered by the best offroad racing series. We take you traveling with us for tons of insane racing from the grass roots of the sport up to the hottest stars behind the wheel. The action gets intense as you go from event to event and experience the victories and perils of the dirt. Hold on tight as these monsters come screaming past you at up to 100+ Miles per hour of madness!
Yugoslavian farm boy Andy Petrovic (Gary Grimes) loves soccer, but is useless on the playing field. When he announces to his beloved mule, Gus, that he's giving up the game for good, the animal obligingly kicks Andy's soccer ball far away. Soon, Andy has trained Gus to kick the ball on command. After the story of Gus the goal-kicking mule makes the news, the owner (Edward Asner) and coach (Don Knotts) of a hapless California football team draft Gus and Andy as their new field goal unit.
Sexy Baby (2012)
Filmmakers Jill Bauer and Ronna Gradus investigate a cultural shift in the sexual landscape caused by adult entertainment.
Positive Youth (2012)
Four HIV positive men in four cities share their experiences as they deal with the disease.
The Spiders (1919)
An explorer looking for an Incan diamond must stay ahead of the Spider Cult which wants it for nefarious purposes.
Evil Dead Inbred Rednecks (2012)
Witness one of the most bizarre & confounding flicks ever made in EVIL DEAD INBRED REDNECKS! In a small cabin on the edge of a park, a group of friends gather for fun. But when they come across a mysterious book, and of course despite all warnings read aloud from it, they unwittingly unleash a ghostly evil. The book resurrects whacked out redneck Leo DeChamp, a serial killer who used to strangle kids with skunk tails in the 1960's. Leo has returned to terrorize all with his unique brand of "redneckian" villainy, and to claim more young, nubile (and downright not so nubile) victims.
The Three Stooges in Orbit (1962)
Three men get mixed up with some martian spies' invention.
The Three Stooges Go Around the World in a Daze (1963)
Phileas Fogg III (Jay Sheffield), a descendant of the famed explorer, attempts to travel the world in 80 days, a journey that may be tricky with the troublemaking trio of Moe (Moe Howard), Larry (Larry Fine) and Curly-Joe (Joe DeRita) on hand as his assistants. Since Fogg's wager with his peers dictates that no money may be brought along, the adventurer and the Stooges must find odd jobs to finance the trip as they go, making for plenty of strange and silly situations.
The Mummy's Hand (1940)
In Cairo, archaeologist Steve Banning (Dick Foran) unearths a vase that he believes could lead him to the ancient tomb of Princess Ananka. Unknown to Steve, his colleague, Professor Andoheb (George Zucco), is also the High Priest of Karnac who holds the secrets of Karas, a mummy who guards Ananka's tomb. Upon receiving funds from magician Solvani (Cecil Kellaway) and his daughter, Marta (Peggy Moran), Steve and the Solvanis embark on an expedition to the grave site, where Karas awaits.
Girl Happy (1965)
As his daughter, Valerie (Shelley Fabares), sets off on a spring break trip to Florida, thuggish businessman Big Frank (Harold J. Stone) insists that singer Rusty Wells (Elvis Presley) shadow her. Valerie warms to Rusty, but when she realizes that he's been paid to keep her out of trouble, she rebels, taking up with Italian womanizer Romano (Fabrizio Mioni). As her wild ways land her in jail, Rusty must deal with her father's wrath, Romano's threats and his own complex feelings for Valerie.
Despite his peasant upbringing, proud Ivan Markov (John Barrymore) rises to the officer ranks of the Russian Army during the waning years of the czarist era, regardless of the class-based resentments of his aristocratic fellow officers. His love for Princess Tamara (Camilla Horn) leads to his downfall when she rebuffs his affections and has him imprisoned out of spite. But when the Bolshevik Revolution begins, Markov's common origins work to his advantage, giving him a chance to even the score.
Storm Warning (1951)
A traveling dress model (Ginger Rogers) stops in a Southern town to visit her sister, who has married a Ku Klux Klan member. While there, she helps the district attorney (Ronald Reagan) prosecute Klan members after she witnesses them commit a murder.
The Wayward Bus (1957)
An ex-stripper (Jayne Mansfield), a trinket salesman (Dan Dailey) and others ride a California bus.
Single Room Furnished (1968)
A woman (Jayne Mansfield) becomes a prostitute after two pregnancies and three rejections by men.
Bleach: The DiamondDust Rebellion (2007)
After the treasured Ouin is stolen, Toshiro Hitsugaya disappears and becomes suspected of treason. When the Soul Society calls for his capture and execution, Substitute Soul Reaper Ichigo Kurosaki vows to prove Hitsugaya's innocence. Will the secret of the Ouin and Captain Hitsugaya's motives be revealed before his honor, his life, and the Soul Society are destroyed?
The Majestic Life of Queen Elizabeth II (2013)
The Majestic Life of Queen Elizabeth II made in 2013 is a documentary about her life. It has footage about the death of her father King George VI. This biography covers her childhood, her marriage to Philip, her relationship with her children and Princess Diana, and changes during her reign. It is a well documented historical documentary that shows the ceremonies, formality, and duties of being a Queen for 60 years. This film offers an intimate look into the life of a woman with power. It has commentary from known experts and journalists.
Leslie Jordan: My Trip Down the Pink Carpet (2010)
With his signature southern drawl and self-deprecating humor, Leslie recounts the trials of being a gay, southern man with aspirations of entering show business.
Johnny Cobb (James Stewart) is the part-time sheriff in a small, rundown town, trying to stretch his meager salary to provide for his growing family. Poor Cobb isn't much of a gunman, and he isn't particularly suited for fighting, but he's the man in charge when a gang of bandits led by Bob Larkin (Henry Fonda) rides into town. The tension rises as the bandits make themselves at home in Cobb's town, but when a gunfight breaks out, Cobb finds himself pushed to the limit.
The Big Racket (1976)
Sent to a small Italian village to investigate corruption, a police detective finds the locals reluctant to talk to outsiders.
FIDEL provides a unique view of Cuba's controversial and most polarizing leader. In 1968, Castro took filmmaker and activist Saul Landau on a weeklong jeep ride through the eastern mountains. There, he plays baseball with a group of peasants, visits his pre-school and trades jokes with a 98-year old man. Fidel also listens to the people's concerns about food distribution, bad roads and transportation. Landau captures Cuba's revolutionary chief early in the morning in his tent. The camera zooms in on his dirty and delicate fingernails holding his trademark cigar while he tells a story of Símon Bolivar and offers tactical advice to guerrilla warriors throughout the Third World.
The film contains rare and fascinating archive footage of the Bay of Pigs invasion and scenes of Che Guevara alongside interviews with political prisoners. Spectacular photography and editing with hot Cuban music provide the cinematic aesthetics that give this film beautiful form to accompany its exciting content.
Sesame Street: Elmo's World: Babies, Dogs & More! (2002)
Everyone's favorite three-year-old is back in his special world! With his pet goldfish, Dorothy, and friend Mister Noodle, join Elmo as he explores the world of babies, dogs, and life on the farm. Each self- contained segment gives children a chance to experience their world on the TV screen and offers adults the opportunity to experience everyday things through a three-year-old's eyes. Featuring original and classic songs, each segment educates and delights viewers young and old.
Elmo's World: Let's Play Music (2010)
Drum roll please! It will be music to your pre-schooler's ears when Elmo learns all about Drums, Bells and Violins in this delightful Elmo's World compilation. Elmo drums up some fun by finding out how to play conga drums, how to hold a violin and bow, and about the different types of music you can play with a bell. Each episode features a real kid showing Elmo how they play their own musical instrument and other Sesame Street friends like Abby Cadabby, Ernie (ring a bell?) and Baby Bear join in on all the musical fun.
Mr. Ricco (1975)
A San Francisco lawyer (Dean Martin) helps his client (Thalmus Rasulala) beat a murder rap marked by racial overtones.
6 Guns (2010)
Seeking revenge for the death of her family, a girl learns how to become a gunfighter.
Amapola (Camilla Belle) sees the future and tries to change it when she does not like what she sees.
An AWOL Marine with secret government information is hunted by Russian special operations soldiers, the L.A.P.D., and a dangerous assassin.
A man (Daniel Craig) and the daughter (Yekaterina Rednikova) of a slain former agent investigate a mystery concerning dictator Josef Stalin.
The Apocalypse (1997)
Double-crossing members of a deep-space salvage team send a fuel-laden freighter on a collision course with Earth.
Alien Dawn (2012)
Freedom fighters band together against giant alien machines that have enslaved humanity.
Noah and Emily are linked by a rare psychological disorder and they must uncover the mystery of a tragic past in order to find hope for the future.
The Adventures of the American Rabbit (1986)
This animated film features Rob Rabbit (Barry Gordon), who's not your typical bunny. After saving his friends at a picnic, Rob realizes he can turn into a superhero, decked out in a star-spangled flag and roller skates. He moves to the city and gets a job at a piano bar, where the owners are being hassled by jackals. Rob tries fighting them by raising money to start a union so that they don't have to pay for protection. But when the jackals refuse to lay off, Rob must break out his superpowers.
Forever damaged by their stint as the scientific subjects of hostile alien creatures, a trio of alien-abduction survivors -- Otis (Michael C. Williams), Duke (Brad William Henke) and Cody (Paul McCarthy-Boyington) -- troll the wooded site of their disappearance, heavily armed, in search of their attackers. After wounding a violent alien in the woods, the three drag its dying body to the home of reclusive fellow abductee Wyatt (Adam Kaufman), barricade themselves in and prepare for the worst.
Alien Invasion Arizona (2005)
When a deadly extraterrestrial lands in an Arizona mining town, a gang of escaped death-row inmates and a hard-as-nails soldier join forces to defeat the alien attacker.
Do-il (Kim Jin-geun) and his wife, Mi-sook (Shim Hye-jin), desperately want to have a child, but have had no luck in conceiving. So they decide to adopt a six-year-old boy, Jin-seong (Mun Woo-bin), and bring him into their home. The young orphan is strangely quiet, paints eerie pictures and spends most of his time beneath the family's acacia tree. When Mi-sook unexpectedly becomes pregnant, their quiet family home is disturbed by a spate of bizarre supernatural phenomena.
Adventures in Wild California (2000)
A virtual expedition that sends audiences careening down an icy, steep mountain face with snowboarders; twirling on thermals above the clouds with skysurfers; swimming through the oceans with otters and their surrogate human mother; excavating the very heart of a thirty-story tall Giant Sequoia with botanists and emerging from under the spray of one of California's biggest, surfable waves.
The Amityville 5: Curse (1990)
The infamous Long Island estate becomes the scene of more supernatural occurrences when a group of yuppies purchases it.
Almost An Angel (1990)
Petty thief Terry Dean (Paul Hogan) is involved in a car accident that appears to claim his life. But before he can enter the pearly gates, he is stopped in his tracks by God (Charlton Heston), who sends Terry back to the world of the living in order to make up for past mistakes. Back on earth, Terry undertakes an effort to live a better life and decides to volunteer at a shelter for troubled kids. Unfortunately, it isn't long before his criminal past threatens to catch up with him.
Bloodfist 3: Forced To Fight (1992)
An innocent half-Asian kickboxer (Don "The Dragon" Wilson) is caught between two other races at war in prison.
The son of a wealthy widower, Raju (Anil Kapoor) becomes extremely devoted to his stepmother after his father remarries. When Raju falls for the beautiful Saraswati (Madhuri Dixit), unusual circumstances lead to quick courtship and a wedding for the smitten couple. As the smart and spirited Saraswati acclimates to life with Raju's family, she witnesses his stepmother's scheming behavior and begins to clash with her, causing a major stir in the household.
Bye Bye Blues (1989)
During World War II, Daisy Cooper (Rebecca Jenkins) returns home to Canada with her children after her British husband, soldier Teddy (Michael Ontkean), is assigned to Singapore. With the help of trombonist Max Gramley (Luke Reilly), Daisy's amateurish piano and vocal skills improve, and soon she is supporting her family with her performances. Unsure whether Teddy is alive or dead, Daisy is torn between staying faithful and giving in to her growing feelings for Max.
The Boost (1988)
Struggling salesman Lenny Brown (James Woods) gets his big break when real estate speculator Max Sherman (Steven Hill) offers him a prime sales position at his Los Angeles firm. The economic boom of the mid-1980s soon has Lenny and his wife, Linda (Sean Young), living in the fast lane, but when a sudden tax-law change causes the real estate bubble to burst, Lenny finds himself unemployed and in debt. At this low point, the couple's once-casual cocaine habit begins to spiral out of control.
Black Eagle (1988)
A CIA free-lancer (Shô Kosugi) takes his children and a baby sitter (Doran Clark) to Malta, where he meets his KGB match (Jean-Claude Van Damme).
Mara McAndrew's (Karen Allen) marriage is falling apart. Her husband, Donnie (Jeff Fahey), a Vietnam veteran, suffers troubling flashbacks about the war, leaving him unresponsive to her needs. Mara wants out, but she also wants Donnie's money. When Mara meets a mysterious stranger, Reed (Keith Carradine), at a local bar, she believes she has found the right person to help her out of her predicament. But Mara worries that Donnie's sister, Jill (Dinah Manoff), is on to her.
Border Radio (1987)
Los Angeles rockers Jeff (Chris D.), Dean (John Doe) and Dave flee to Mexico and back after robbing a club owner who owes them.
Basic Training (1985)
A buxom beauty (Ann Dusenberry) shows up Pentagon officials by locating a Soviet base at the North Pole.
The Big Snit (1985)
A couple's fight over a Scrabble games leaves them totally unaware that nuclear war has started.
Bloodbath At The House Of Death (1984)
British government scientists (Kenny Everett, Pamela Stephenson) stay in a mansion where 18 people were killed one night years before.
Bobby Deerfield (1977)
American race car driver Bobby Deerfield (Al Pacino) has become a success on the European Formula One circuit. He is also egotistical and relentlessly determined, until a terrible racing accident injures other drivers. In the hospital, Deerfield meets Lillian (Marthe Keller), who is suffering serious health problems. She wants to have more excitement in her life and gravitates toward the racer. Although Deerfield is resistant at first, he begins to fall for her as well.