Sex Ain't Love (2014)
Zeke learns about his heart without having sex.
"The Voices" is a horror comedy that was initially released in 2014. Jerry is a peppy man with an edulcorated perspective on the world. This clashes with his mental illness, for which he requires anti-psychotic medication. Jerry prefers not to take his meds and discovers that his cat is talking to him, giving him tips on how to go about becoming a serial killer. Conversely, his dog shoots down his cat's suggestions are all for naught and that Jerry is a good person. After Jerry goes back on his meds, he contemplates how much better lucidity adds to the world.
Voices of the Andes (2009)
Filmmakers chronicle a journey along an 8,000-mile network of ancient Incan roads called Qhapaq Nan that wind through present-day Peru and Ecuador.
The Boy Who Wanted To Be A Lion (2010)
A deaf boy sees a lion for the first time, which changes his life forever afterward.
Messy Christmas (2007)
SARA is a happy woman. She loves JAN, her fourth husband, and her hodgepodge of a family which includes her three children by three men and Jan's son from his first marriage. For their Christmas celebrations, Sara has invited all their Exes, complete with new partners and assorted children. Jan is far from pleased, but before he can avert the looming disaster, everybody is already knocking on their door. The evening runs its course, with small jibes and lots of spite, with male bonding in the sauna and petty jealousies. Secrets are uncovered, misunderstandings multiply. And as the icing on the Christmas pudding, Sara announces in front of the whole company what her present for Jan will be: She is pregnant! Too bad Jan cannot be the father and even worse that Sara doesn't know that...
Mighty Uke (2010)
Mighty Uke: The Amazing Comeback of a Musical Underdog is a documentary film about the ukulele. It combines graphics, photographs, interviews and performance footage to tell the story of the ukulele and its recent resurgence in popularity.
The Bird Can't Fly (2008)
Melody (Barbara Hershey) returns to her hometown for her daughter's funeral and meets her grandson, River (Yusuf Davids), for the first time, and she begins to understand the boy's life when she and River take shelter from a sandstorm together.
The Secret (1955)
The Secret is a 1955 British crime drama directed by Cy Endfield and starring Sam Wanamaker, Mandy Miller, and André Morell.
The Details (2011)
The Details is a 2011 film directed by Jacob Aaron Estes. When a family of raccoons discover worms living underneath the sod in Jeff and Nealy's backyard, this pest problem begins a darkly comic and wild chain reaction of domestic tension, infidelity and murder. It has a rating of 46% on Rotten Tomatoes based on 35 reviews.
I'm Dangerous With Love (2010)
Dimitri Mugianis advocates the use of the drug ibogaine to help addicts detoxify.
Noémie: Le secret (2009)
A curious young girl (Camille Felton) embarks on a quest to find hidden treasure in an apartment.
A serial killer (Wes Reid) seeks revenge against his abusive father.
Time in the Sun (1940)
A documentary exploring solar and lunar eclipses.
The Cradle Snatchers (1927)
Cradle Snatchers is a 1927 American silent comedy film directed by Howard Hawks. The picture is based on the 1925 Russell Medcraft and Norma Mitchell stage play of the same name that starred Mary Boland, Edna May Oliver, and Humphrey Bogart. An incomplete copy, missing part of reel 3 and all of reel 4, exists in the Library of Congress.The film was later remade as Why Leave Home? (1929).
Out Of The Blue (1947)
Out of the Blue is a 1947 comedy film based on the short story by Vera Caspary who also co-wrote the screenplay. It stars George Brent, Virginia Mayo, Turhan Bey, Ann Dvorak and Carole Landis. It was directed by Leigh Jason.
Gone the Way of Flesh (2006)
Under-age girls start turning up dead after a traveling road show performs.
Survivors of a viral pandemic find a world enveloped in global chaos.
Red Riding Hood (2003)
Red Riding Hood is a 2003 Italian horror film loosely based on the story of Little Red Riding Hood, directed by Giacomo Cimini, the film stars Roberto Purvis as Tom Hunter, Justine Powell as Arianna and Kathleen Archebald as Rose McKenzie.
Heaven on Earth (1935)
Heaven on Earth (German:Der Himmel auf Erden) is a 1935 Austrian musical comedy film directed by E.W. Emo and starring Lizzi Holzschuh, Ilona Massey and Heinz Rühmann.
The film's sets were designed by the art director Julius von Borsody.
No Greater Love (1952)
No Greater Love (German: Herz der Welt) is a 1952 West German drama film directed by Harald Braun. It was entered into the 1952 Cannes Film Festival.
Abel, a nine-year-old boy, has stopped talking since his father left home.
Outcast is a 2010 supernatural thriller film directed by Colm McCarthy and starring James Nesbitt.
Qué Joyitas! (2011)
Two enemies (El Molusco, Rocky the Kid) must work together to retrieve a mobster's money.
Stilyagi (Russian: Стиляги, also known as Hipsters in the English release) is a 2008 Russian musical comedy-drama film directed by Valery Todorovsky and starring Anton Shagin and Oksana Akinshina. Set in mid-1950s Moscow, the film depicts the Soviet youth subculture "stilyagi", along with their struggle for self-expression within the prevailing reality of the Soviet repression.
Stilyagi has been featured at the Toronto International Film Festival, Nashville Film Festival, and the Cleveland International Film Festival, where it has been an audience favorite. It won the Audience Choice Award at the Anchorage International Film Festival in 2009 and several Golden Eagle Awards and Nika Awards, including Best Film in both. In Russia, it has become a cult film, as most of its score consists of covers of 1980s and 1990s Russian rock music from bands such as Bravo, Nautilus Pompilius, Nol and the Red Elvises.
More to Live For (2010)
Drawn together by cancer, a musician, an executive and an athlete work to raise awareness about bone-marrow transplants.
El Charro de las Calaveras (1965)
El Charro comes to the rescue in three stories: the human wolf, the human vampire and the headless horseman.
Marimbas From Hell (2010)
A traditional musician and a rocker combine their talents.
Speed Demons (2018)
Two vampire hunters try to keep a day walker away from the vampire lords who want her dead.
Coward Bastard (1980)
A waiter and a cook use martial arts to battle a group of fighters.
Lost in the Desert, initially released as Dirkie, is a South African film from 1969/1970, written, produced and directed by Jamie Uys under the name of Jamie Hayes.
Uys himself plays Anton De Vries, a concert pianist whose 8-year-old son Dirkie is the central character. Dirkie is played by Uys's real-life son Wynand Uys, credited as Dirkie Hayes.
Alois Nebel (2011)
Alois Nebel is a 2011 Czech animated drama film directed by Tomáš Luňák, based on the comic-book trilogy by Jaroslav Rudiš and Jaromír 99. It is set in the late 1980s in a small village in the Jeseník Mountains, close to the Polish border, and tells the story of a train dispatcher who begins to suffer from hallucinations where the present converges with the dark past of the expulsion of Germans after World War II. The black-and-white film was animated mainly through rotoscoping and stars Miroslav Krobot as the title character. The film was selected as the Czech entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 84th Academy Awards, but it did not make the final shortlist. The film was submitted and won European Film Awards for Best animated movie.
She Couldn't Take It (1935)
She Couldn't Take It is a 1935 screwball comedy film made at Columbia Pictures, directed by Tay Garnett, written by C. Graham Baker, Gene Towne and Oliver H.P. Garrett, and starring George Raft and Joan Bennett. It was one of the few comedies Raft made in his career.
A Dinner for Them to Meet (2007)
A Dinner for Them to Meet (Italian: La cena per farli conoscere) is a 2007 Italian comedy film directed by Pupi Avati.
Kiddy Grade: Truth Dawn (2007)
Clarkson: Duel (2009)
Mr. Bjarnfreðarson (2009)
Bjarnfreðarson is a 2009 Icelandic comedy film directed by Ragnar Bragason, director of the TV series trilogy consisting of Næturvaktin, Dagvaktin and Fangavaktin, to which it is a sequel. At its première in Iceland, it was met with wide success, even beating Avatar at the box office on its opening weekend. It was watched by over 20% of the Icelandic population, which is a record for an Icelandic film, and won 11 Edda Awards.
Spider-Man: The Ultimate Villain Showdown (2002)
Karin Ingmarsdotter (1920)
Karin Daughter of Ingmar (Swedish: Karin Ingmarsdotter) is a 1920 Swedish silent drama film directed by Victor Sjöström. It is the second part in Sjöström's large-scale adaption of Selma Lagerlöf's novel Jerusalem, following Sons of Ingmar from the year before, and depicting chapter three and four from the novel. The critical reception was, however, unenthusiastic, and Sjöström decided to not direct any more parts. Eventually the suite was finished by Gustaf Molander in 1926.
Unsuk Chin: Alice in Wonderland (2007)
The Election (2007)
One of Us (1989)
One of Us (Hebrew: אחד משלנו, translit. Echad Mi'shelanu) is a 1989 Israeli drama film directed by Uri Barbash. It stars Alon Aboutboul, Sharon Alexander, Yoel Ben-Simhon, Shaul Mizrahi, Alon Neuman, Ofer Shikartsi and Dalia Shimko.
El Caracazo (2005)
El Caracazo is 2005 Venezuelan historical film that deals with the events of El Caracazo on 27 February 1989 in and around Caracas. It was produced and directed by the veteran Venezuelan filmmaker Roman Chalbaud.
Tom Turkey and His Harmonica Humdingers (1940)
Skånska Mord - Esarparen (1986)
A Hell of a Note (1977)
Natalie - Das Leben nach dem Babystrich (2001)
Ebba the Movie (1982)
Ebba the Movie is a documentary film of Swedish punk band Ebba Grön from 1982, by director and writer Johan Donner.
The film includes a lot of live music and interviews with the band’s members. It starts in Rågsved, a working class suburb of Stockholm, and follows Ebba Grön on tour around Sweden until the band returns to Rågsved.
The Swedish reggaeband Dag Vag also participates in a part of the movie when Ebba is on tour.
There are two versions of the film. When released in 1982, the movie was originally 78 minutes long. Johan Donner later cut down the film to a 52 minutes version which he called the Hardcore version. Both versions are included in the DVD-release.
The title of the film is a reference to the 1977 documentary film ABBA: The Movie, featuring fellow Swedes ABBA. The reference is intended to be ironic, since Ebba Grön's style is very different from that of ABBA.
La belle de Cadix (1953)
The Beauty of Cadiz (French: La belle de Cadix, Spanish:La bella de Cádiz) is a 1953 French-Spanish musical comedy film directed by Raymond Bernard and Eusebio Fernández Ardavín and starring Luis Mariano, Carmen Sevilla and Jean Tissier. It is an operetta film, based on the 1945 operetta of the same title.
The film's sets were designed by the art director Léon Barsacq.
Taxidermy: Stuff the World (2005)
Industrial Light & Magic: Creating the Impossible (2010)
Pontecorvo: The Dictatorship of Truth (1992)
Life in Sometown, U.S.A. (1938)
Kali Ma (2007)
Someone Special (2004)
Someone Special (Hangul: 아는 여자; RR: Aneun yeoja; lit. "A Woman I Know") is a 2004 South Korean romantic comedy film about a struggling baseball player and a fan with a long-time crush on him. It was selected to screen at the 2004 Pusan International Film Festival, 2005 Udine Far East Film Festival, and made its United States premiere at the 2005 New York Asian Film Festival.
A Man of Straw (1958)
A Man of Straw (Italian: L'uomo di paglia) is a 1958 Italian drama film directed by Pietro Germi. It was entered into the 1958 Cannes Film Festival.
Spock's Beard: Don't Try This at Home - Live in Holland & the Making of V (2002)
No One Said It Would Be Easy (2009)
Welcome to Sherwood! The Story of 'The Adventures of Robin Hood' (2003)
Kannapolis, N.C. (1941)
Frank Hvam: Live 09 (2010)
Hillbilly Robot (2001)
Hooray for Divorce! (1982)
Fodboldpræsten is a 1951 Danish family film directed by Alice O'Fredericks.
Four Ed Sullivan Shows Starring 'The Rolling Stones' (2011)
Seguir Siendo: Café Tacvba (2010)
Anak setan (2009)
Emma Hamilton (1968)
Emma Hamilton is a 1968 historical drama film directed by Christian-Jaque and starring Michèle Mercier, Richard Johnson and John Mills. It was partly based on the 1864 novel La Sanfelice by Alexandre Dumas and depicts the love affair between Emma Hamilton and Horatio Nelson. It was a co-production between Italy, West Germany, France and the United States.
Spare Bed-Room (1969)
Maddalena... zero in condotta (1940)
Maddalena, Zero for Conduct (Italian:Maddalena, zero in condotta) is a 1940 Italian comedy film directed by Vittorio De Sica. It is a remake of the Hungarian film Magda Expelled (1938).
The Barber (2001)
The Barber is a 2001 film that examines the interaction between the mind of a psychopath and the minds of ordinary people who are fascinated by them. It tells the story of local barber (and serial killer) Dexter Miles (Malcolm McDowell) in a town in Alaska. The geographic location features 24-hour darkness, which serves as a metaphor for psychological darkness that drives Miles to go on a murderous rampage. The movie blends the genres of horror, thriller, psychological study, and occasional black comedy.
The Police: Every Breath You Take - The Videos (1987)
Fate come noi (2004)
Air Maniacs (1933)
Rush: Chronicles (1990)
Jeff Tweedy: Sunken Treasure Live - In the Pacific Northwest (2006)
Hooves of Fire (1999)
Nummer 14 Johan Cruijff (1973)
Netto is a 2005 film directed by Robert Thalheim. It is a story of father-son relationship in post-unification Berlin. The song "Mein bester Kumpel" by Peter Tschernig is used throughout the film.
The Drift King Keiichi Tsuchiya's Drift Bible: A Complete Guide to Drifting (2003)
Job, czyli ostatnia szara komórka (2006)
Job, czyli ostatnia szara komórka (Yob, or The Last Brain Cell) is a 2006 Polish comedy film directed by Konrad Niewolski.
The film is a set of many popular jokes, and also a story of three friends - Adi, Pele and Chemik, who experience many adventures.
The Triumph of the Nerds: The Rise of Accidental Empires (1996)
Triumph of the Nerds is a 1996 British/American television documentary, produced by John Gau Productions and Oregon Public Broadcasting for Channel 4 and PBS. It explores the development of the personal computer in the United States from World War II to 1995. The title Triumph of the Nerds is a play on the title of the 1984 comedy Revenge of the Nerds. It was first screened as three episodes between 14 and 28 April 1996 on Channel 4, and as a single programme on 16 December 1996 on PBS.
Triumph of the Nerds was written and hosted by Robert X. Cringely (Mark Stephens) and based on his 1992 book Accidental Empires. The documentary is composed of numerous interviews with important figures connected with the personal computer including Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak, Bill Gates, Steve Ballmer, Paul Allen, Bill Atkinson, Andy Hertzfeld, Ed Roberts, and Larry Ellison. It also includes archival footage of Gary Kildall and commentary from Douglas Adams, the author of the science fiction series The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. Cringely followed the series with Nerds 2.0.1 (Glory of the Geeks in the UK), a history of the Internet to 1998, when the series was made.
In 2012, Cringely released the full interview that Steve Jobs gave in 1995 for Triumph of the Nerds as the film Steve Jobs: The Lost Interview.
Zwei Weihnachtsmänner (2008)
Tomte Tummetott und der Fuchs (2007)
Tomte Tummetott and the Fox (original: Tomte Tummetott und der Fuchs) is a 2007 German film directed by Sandra Schießl and based on the novels The Tomten and The Tomten and the Fox by Astrid Lindgren.
Rihanna - Good Girl Gone Bad: Live (2008)
Scream Queen Hot Tub Party (1991)
Scream Queen Hot Tub Party is a 1991 film directed by Fred Olen Ray.
First on the Moon (2005)
First on the Moon (Russian: Первые на Луне, Pervye na Lune) is a 2005 Russian mockumentary science fiction film about a fictional 1930s Soviet landing on the Moon. The film, which went on to win many awards, was the debut of the director Aleksei Fedorchenko.
Summer in Tyrol (1964)
Summer in Tyrol (Danish: Sommer i Tyrol) is a 1964 Danish comedy film directed by Erik Balling and starring Dirch Passer.
The Infamous Times, Volume I: The Original 50 Cent (2005)
Only the Wind Knows the Answer (1974)
Only the Wind Knows the Answer (German: Die Antwort kennt nur der Wind) is a 1974 West German-French thriller film directed by Alfred Vohrer. It was entered into the 9th Moscow International Film Festival.
The Musical Marvel (1917)
Cows Knocked Up by Fog (2002)
Genii of Darkness (1962)
An Evening With Godsmack (2006)
An Evening with 'Il Divo': Live in Barcelona (2009)
Millhouse: A White Comedy is a 1971 documentary by Emile de Antonio following Richard Nixon's political career from his election to the House of Representatives in 1946 to his election as President of the United States in 1968. It begins with Nixon's "last press conference" in 1962 after his loss in the race for Governor of California in which he famously said, "You won't have Dick Nixon to kick around anymore." Then a collage of videos show Nixon's trajectory from his House campaign to his involvement in the Alger Hiss case, election the Senate in 1950, election as Vice President in 1952 including the full Checkers speech, campaign for the presidency in 1960, campaign for Barry Goldwater's presidential candidacy in 1964, and his triumphant election as President in 1968 as the "New Nixon". The film featured interviews but no voice-over.
The title is a pun on Nixon's middle name, Milhous.
Jeremy Clarkson: Head to Head (1999)
Filme da Treta (2006)
Filme da Treta is a Portuguese comedy movie directed by José Sacramento. It stars José Pedro Gomes and António Feio, and was the highest-grossing Portuguese film in 2006.