A woman (Macha Grenon) shelters a childhood friend (Sylvie Moreau) with a restless 14-year-old daughter, who are destitute.
Amelia Lópes O'Neill (1991)
In Valparaiso, Chile, two beautiful sisters (Laura del Sol, Laura Benson) fall in love with the same doctor (Franco Nero).
What's a Human Anyway? (2006)
Turkish stories revolve around an amnesiac (Ali Dsenkalkar), a boy who refuses circumcision, and a young man who declines military service.
Simone Barbes or Virtue (1980)
Simone and Martine work as ushers in a porn theater.
The Flying Mr. B (1985)
A zany scientist accidentally creates a magic pill that gives him special powers.
Dichiarazioni d'amore (1994)
Young teens of the same school and neighborhood strive to cope in their postwar Italian town.
Cool Runnings: The Reggae Movie (1986)
Even after the death of Bob Marley, the spirit of reggae music lives on in this documentary of the annual Reggae Sunsplash Festival, which is captured live at the Bob Marley Center in Montego Bay, Jamaica, during the summer of 1983. In addition to backstage interviews, the film features live performances by the Melody Makers, Gregory Isaacs, Musical Youth, Third World and early Jamaican music pioneer Alton Ellis, as well as cameo appearances by Marley's widow, Rita, and 14-year-old son, Ziggy.
The First Auto (1927)
Prosperous Hank Armstrong (Russell Simpson) owns a stable, routinely winning races with prize horse Sloe Eyes. In 1895, his small Michigan town grows excited over the invention of the car, to Hank's disgust. Despite his prediction that the unsafe and expensive vehicles will never replace horses, automobiles still take over. His son, Bob (Charles Emmett Mack), embraces the new technology, causing a rift between them. While Bob prospers in Detroit, Hank is forced to sell his horses and property.
Something In Common (1986)
A Manhattan widow's (Ellen Burstyn) 22-year-old son (Patrick Cassidy) falls for a divorcee (Tuesday Weld) old enough to be his mother.
A woman (Park Overall) leaves her unfaithful husband, takes a trip to Las Vegas with three guys and meets a former pal (Veronica Cartwright) from high school.
Without Warrant (2013)
A detective and a rogue cop uncover a conspiracy while investigating a gang related crime.
5 Minutes (2012)
John struggles with obsessive compulsive disorder and his life is plagued by loss, guilt and grief when his mother and wife die unexpectedly. When his son sets his clock back by five minutes, he is forced to break free from his compulsions.
Sally (Marilyn Miller) discovers the joy of dancing while growing up in an orphanage. While working as a waitress, she is hired to impersonate a famous Russian dancer in her Broadway debut.
An ex-policeman (David Soul) turned boat skipper faces the drug lord (Jean-Pierre Bergeron) responsible for his wife's death.
Antoine and Antoinette (1947)
In Paris, Antoinette (Claire Maffei) happily marries her boyfriend, Antoine Moulin (Roger Pigaut), even realizing that they are destined for a life of poverty. Although Antoinette works as a shop clerk and Antoine as a typographer, the couple live in a small cold-water garret and, despite the friendly community around them, still long for a way out of the drudgery. Placing all their hopes in a lottery ticket, the couple fall into despair when they win but the ticket goes missing.
Guilty Of Innocence (1987)
Based on a true story, this TV movie centers on the case of Lenell Geter (Dorian Harewood), a Texan who was sentenced to life in prison based on a dubious evidence. Chosen for a police lineup, seemingly at random, Geter is identified as the perpetrator of an armed robbery. Even after several eyewitnesses testify on his behalf, he is convicted of the crime, all the while believing he'll soon be freed. His nightmare continues until an investigative news report exposes the miscarriage of justice.
Le révélateur (1968)
Cameras follow a 4-year-old boy and his parents.
Death Mask (1998)
A disfigured carnival worker (James Best) wears a mask that kills those who look at it.
Is It Really So Strange? (2004)
Fans explain their obsession with a band that, on the surface, appears to have no connection at all with their lives.
Tank Malling (1989)
An expensive British call girl (Amanda Donohoe) has news for an ex-convict reporter (Ray Winstone), about a powerful man (Peter Wyngarde).
Dex Hamilton and the Doomsday Swarm (2012)
Entomologist Dex Hamilton protects a giant alien insect from a ruthless exterminator who wants to see all bugs in the galaxy wiped out.
Dial: Help (1988)
A supernatural presence uses the phone lines to terrorize a British model who unwittingly dialed a wrong number.
The Wrong Road (1937)
After being released from jail, a young couple (Richard Cromwell, Helen Mack) search for their stolen loot so they can start a new life.
Gemini: The Twin Stars (1988)
Two young men (Gene Patrick, Thomas Nock), American and Swiss, meet and go to Greece with a U.S. senator's wife (Aurore Clment), followed by trouble.
An ambitious stock-car racer is offered a slot on a championship team, but to join them would mean abandoning the people who helped him get where he is.
College Rhythm (1934)
An ex-football star embarks on a career in department store management, but doesn't lose touch with his college days.
Fag Hag (1998)
A woman (Stephanie Orff) entering a local beauty contest teams with an old classmate (Damion Dietz) who tries to help her win.
Ed Mort (1998)
A Brazilian detective falls for his client's daughter. Based on the cartoon character created by Miguel Paiva.
East of Hope Street (1998)
A Salvadoran teen (Jade Herrera) finds hardship and violence in Los Angeles instead of the better life she sought.
A Desperate Adventure (1938)
A Paris artist (Ramon Novarro) meets two sisters (Marian Marsh, Margaret Tallichet), one like the dream-girl in a painting he wants back.
Covered Wagon Days (1940)
The Three Mesquiteers (Robert Livingston, Raymond Hatton, Duncan Renaldo) stop silver smugglers and save a framed man.
Black Easter (1994)
In the near future a policeman investigates the death of a nurse who smuggled Muslims away from a war zone.
Reckless: The Sequel (1998)
A divorced surgeon (Michael Kitchen) tries to stop the approaching marriage of his ex-wife (Francesca Annis) and a younger doctor (Robson Green).
Pride of the Plains (1944)
Cowboy partners (Bob Livingston, Smiley Burnette) head off a wild-horses-for-slaughter plot.
Rose of the Yukon (1949)
An Army major (Steve Brodie) tracks an ex-captain (William Wright) north and meets a mining-camp saloon singer (Myrna Dell).
Filthy Mcnastier: Maximum Dousche (2005)
Phil the demon and his vampire pal transform a flat-chested woman into a voluptuous vixen.
Muay Thai Warrior (2010)
Japanese forces leave Yamada Nagamasa for dead, but he recovers in a village, where he learns the art of Muay Boran. He becomes a bodyguard for the king and is selected to fight against the elite Japanese warriors who had left him to die.
Spacked Out (2000)
A 13-year-old underachiever (Debbie Tam) and her rebellious friends (Christy Cheung, Angela Au) experiment with sex and drugs in Hong Kong.
Rolling Like a Stone (2005)
The Rolling Stones attend a party in Sweden in 1965.
The Waltons' Crisis (1973)
Stricken with polio, a woman attempts to ensure the futures of her children.
Common Clay (1930)
A former speak-easy hostess (Constance Bennett) overcomes her tawdry past and becomes a wealthy woman's maid.
They Call Us Misfits (1968)
Filmmakers Stefan Jarl and Jan Lindkvist interview Swedish teens about their lives.
Investigation Into the Invisible World (2002)
Icelandic politicians, artists, mediums and children discuss the possibility of the existence of fairies, elves and trolls.
The Day of the Crows (2012)
A boy and his father live in isolation in the forest until the boy finds a village nearby, then he meets a girl and discovers what love is.
Wall of Silence (2004)
A father (James Nesbitt) must go to extraordinary lengths for justice after thugs beat his son to death in full public view.
The Wolves of Willoughby Chase (1989)
Two girls (Aleks Darowska, Emily Hudson) flee wolves, a workhouse, and a governess (Stephanie Beacham) and her cohort in Industrial Revolution England.
Cole Justice (1989)
An Oklahoma schoolteacher (Carl Bartholomew) becomes a Western avenger dubbed "Killer Cowboy" by the press.
dating death (2004)
A game of Truth or Dare turns deadly for a group of friends (Stephy Tang, Edwin Siu, Theresa Fu).
Drei gegen drei (1985)
Three German pop stars look just like a trio of Latin American dictators.
A police inspector finds an unlikely partner as he investigates a string of murders.
Asylum Night (2004)
An investigative reporter discovers that patients at a mental hospital are being turned into vampires.
Coma Girl: The State of Grace (2005)
Grace does not know how to feel good, so she chooses to feel nothing.
Satan's Angel: Queen of the Fire Tassels (2012)
A legendary burlesque dancer named Satan's Angel shares her love of the craft and her efforts to preserve its history.
The Most Distant Course (2007)
Loneliness follows a recording engineer, an unorthodox psychiatrist and an officer worker.
Broadcaster Tavis Smiley, Dr. Cornel West and a group of friends discuss the experience of being black in America.
Tender Parasites (2009)
A young couple (Robert Stadlober, Maja Schne) earn their living by taking advantage of the misfortunes of others.
Hercules: Zero to Hero (1999)
Young Hercules struggles to get through school and be accepted without his mythological powers.
Summer Heat (2008)
A photographer's (Waldemar Torenstra) steamy affair with a woman (Sophie Hilbrand) endangers his life.
A woman must choose between two very different men, each of whom claims to love her.
Biwi O Biwi (1981)
Overcome with his love for Asha, singer Chandermohan is forced to masquerade as an army officer when her father, a retired military officer, refuses to let her marry a civilian.
Cheech & Chong's Hey Watch This (2010)
Cheech Marin and Tommy Chong reunite for a comedy tour in San Antonio.
Irish American Ninja (2005)
Flashbacks reveal a washed-up fighter's (Bill Sebastian) rise and fall.
Your Place or Mine (1998)
A womanizing image consultant (Tony Leung Chiu Wai) falls for a client while considering romance with his female boss (Ada Choi).
Warlords of Hell (1987)
Friends intervene when outlaw bikers force dirt bikers (Brad Henson, Jeffrey D. Rice) to pick marijuana in Mexico.
The Big Bang (2003)
A petty criminal (Justin Capaz) meets his fate in a small Florida town.
A man (Alberto San Juan) on the outs with his girlfriend (Natalia Dicenta) lives with a woman whose deranged former lover wants revenge against her.
L'Homme au chapeau rond (1946)
A widower discovers his child is the product of an affair, and he forces his wife's former lover to take the child.
The Shouting Men (2010)
A group of football fans brings along a man in a wheelchair who can score free diesel and a minibus.
One Girl's Confession (1953)
An ex-convict waitress (Cleo Moore) with a stash of loot thinks her harbor-cafe boss (Hugo Haas) has found it.
Plan B (2001)
A bumbling accountant (Diane Keaton) works for a mob boss (Paul Sorvino) who, unbeknown to her, killed her husband.
Hell's Horizon (1955)
The pilot (John Ireland), co-pilot (Bill Williams) and crew of a bomber try to hit a Korean bridge in bad weather.
Dragon Fight (1989)
Stranded in San Francisco, a martial-arts expert (Jet Lee) becomes a murder suspect.
Who's That Girl? (2011)
Bea becomes a successful career woman after John gives her a life-changing pep talk. She goes to John's funeral only to discover that it is John's father and he is still alive. John suspects she was his father's mistress and falls in love.
Rock and the Money-Hungry Party Girls (1988)
Would-be rock star Rock (Paul Sercu) turns Los Angeles private eye on the case of his idol's lost memorabilia.
Skin of Man, Heart of Beast (1999)
In the remote countryside of southern France the fragments of a troubled family reconvene as seen by the youngest child, Aurelie (Cathy Hinderchied). The unexpected return of Aurelie's uncle after a 15 year absence eventually brings to the surface the threads of loyalty that underpin the family but also the violence underlying its tenuous existence.
Freche Mädchen 2 (2010)
The Cheeky Girls (Henriette Nagel, Selina Shirin Mller) fall in and out of love.
Vikram Chopra is shocked to get the news that his only son, Gaurav, has met with a sudden death. Police conclude that his death was a homicide, and assign Inspector Om to investigate this incident.
Glenn Howard steps into the occult world when he tries to prove that a young girl didn't kill herself.
No Orchids For Miss Blandish (1948)
Based on the novel by James Hadley Chase. A psychopathic kidnapper falls in love with his wealthy victim.
Vidas Errantes (1984)
Two filmmakers travel the highland villages displaying movies, what makes them live different situations.
Pecado de amor (1961)
An artist falls in love with a married politician, and when she is accused of murder, the politician's wife takes her daughter.
A screenwriter's main character threatens to take over his life and sanity.
Arizona Manhunt (1951)
Red (Michael Chapin) and Judy (Eilene Janssen) help a sheriff (James Bell) catch outlaws as the Rough-Ridin' Kids.
Phantom Ranger (1938)
A federal investigator (Tim McCoy) poses as an outlaw to catch a gang of counterfeiters which has kidnapped a government engraver.
The Exile (1931)
A disenchanted man heads West in search of true romance. An all-black musical from film pioneer Oscar Micheaux.
The Girl from Chicago (1932)
A Secret Service agent investigates the murder of a numbers runner in New York.
Simple Justice (1989)
Someone avenges a Bronx couple (Cesar Romero, Doris Roberts) and their grandson (Matthew Galle) after a judge lets a gang of thugs go free.
Me, Me, Me... and the Others (1966)
A newsman (Walter Chiari) observes selfish behavior in his wife, friends, a would-be lover and strangers.
Affairs of Dr. Holl (1951)
A doctor (Dieter Borsche) marries a terminally ill woman (Maria Schell) out of pity but tries to save her life with a serum.
L'année prochaine... si tout va bien (1981)
Isabelle (Isabelle Adjani) and Maxime (Thierry Lhermitte) are a pair of lighthearted lovers -- that is, until Isabelle gets the itch for motherhood. When she confesses her desire for a child, Maxime panics. As a cartoonist by trade he is far from financially stable, so he outright rejects the idea of parenthood. What follows is a roller-coaster romance full of recriminations and reconciliations, until Maxime must ultimately decide whether his fear of becoming a parent is a reason to leave.
Hollywood Barn Dance (1947)
Seeking fame and fortune, members of a country-music group find a manager (Earle Hodgins).
Thank You, Life (1991)
A sinister doctor (Grard Depardieu) purposely infects a promiscuous woman (Anouk Grinberg) with a sexually transmitted disease.
Even Angels Eat Beans (1973)
An ice cream vendor (Giuliano Gemma) and a wrestler (Bud Spencer) decide to play along when a gangster mistakes them for a pair of dangerous killers.
Memorias de un Soldado (2011)
In 1820s Venezuela, a soldier (Erich Wildpret) falls in love with a young woman (Marisa Román) who does not share his ideology.
Two best friends, where one is a cop and the other a news reporter, always have each other's back and fight for the society. Both get tested when several suicide bombings happen and they have to nab the culprit.
Thai Maaman (1994)
An unemployed man who is rejected by the woman he loves for obvious reasons decides to become a politician.
Possessed by the Night (1994)
An alluring stranger (Shannon Tweed) takes a novelist (Ted Prior) and his wife (Sandahl Bergman) hostage and makes them play deadly games.
Vaagai Sooda Vaa (2011)
A passionate teacher who is sent to a village to educate the children there is revered by the people who are treated like bonded laborers by the local bigwig.
Country Music Holiday (1958)
An ex-GI comes to New York with his buddies who talk a former bookie into signing him with a record company.
A man falls in love with a girl only to incur the wrath of her evil father.