Flower Shop Mystery: Dearly Depotted (2016)

Abby Knight is a beautiful ex-attorney and proprietor of Bloomers, a quaint Illinois flower shop.

Fade To Black (2004)

Fade to Black is a 2004 documentary about the career of US rapper Jay-Z. It also features many other famous names in hip hop music. This live concert at Madison Square Garden was meant to be Jay-Z's final performance, as he announced his intentions to retire from the industry. Fade to Black runs through some of the major parts of Jay-Z's Madison Square Garden performance while cutting to Jay-Z and his exploits and showing the viewers where his inspiration comes from.

Restless (2014)

Restless is a 2012 British TV adaptation of William Boyd's espionage novel Restless (2006). Directed by Edward Hall, the film features Hayley Atwell, Rufus Sewell, Michelle Dockery, Michael Gambon and Charlotte Rampling. The two parts first aired on 27 and 28 December 2012 on BBC One.

Rejoice And Shout (2011)

Through the words of clergy members and musicians, this documentary shows the deep connection between faith and gospel music. But this film is more than just a Christian testimonial; with insight provided by music legends like Smokey Robinson and Mavis Staples and copious doses of archival footage, it explores the history of gospel. Chronicling the genre from its early 20th-century beginnings up to the present day, the documentary also shows that the art form isn't strictly meant for the pious.

Crashing Las Vegas (1956)

Crashing Las Vegas is a 1956 film starring the comedy team of The Bowery Boys. The film was released on April 22, 1956 by Allied Artists and is the forty-first film in the series. It was the last film in the series to star Leo Gorcey.

Vaudeville (1934)

Foxfire: Confessions of a Girl Gang (2012)

Foxfire: Confessions of a Girl Gang is a 2012 film based on the Joyce Carol Oates novel Foxfire: Confessions of a Girl Gang.

#NoJoke (2019)

In #NoJoke, singer Andrew Cole sets out to convince his musical idols to help him make a song for victims of bullying. He’s joined by Jeff Goldblum, Slash, Patrick Stewart, Lemmy, Chad Smith, Jane Lynch and more, who share their talents and their sometimes painful experiences. Andrew’s journey to understand bullying leads him to experts and to the ghosts of his own past—going beyond the tropes of today’s anti-bullying campaigns to the heart of the issue. From writer/director Manfred Becker, #NoJoke chronicles a musician's journey to create a song with some of the biggest stars in the industry. Along the way, he faces up to his painful past, while giving viewers a deep personal insight into the issue of bullying.

The Dark Side of the Sun (2017)

Schneeflöckchen (2018)

Hunting down the murderer of their families in an anarchic near-future Berlin, two outlaws find themselves trapped in the wicked fairy tale of a mysterious screenplay that entangles them in a vicious circle of revenge - apparently all written by a clueless dentist. In their quest for vengeance, they must contend with a myriad of wicked fairy tale assassins, madmen, a blood-covered angel, and an electric-powered superhero.

White Fang (1973)

Zanna Bianca (translation: White Fang) is a 1973 Italian adventure film directed by Lucio Fulci. It was produced by Canadian Harry Alan Towers and co-written by Roberto Gianviti, based on the famous novel by Jack London. It starred Franco Nero, Fernando Rey and Virna Lisi. The film gained a great commercial success and generated an official and several non-official sequels.

Inferno (2009)

The Passing (2014)

Force majeure (1989)

Ostrov sokrovishch (1982)

Treasure Island is a 1982 Soviet adventure film based on the Robert Louis Stevenson novel. Directed by Vladimir Vorobyov, it stars Fyodor Stukov and Oleg Borisov.

Loft (2010)

Loft is a 2010 Dutch crime film directed by Antoinette Beumer. It is a remake of the 2008 Belgian film, Loft.

The Gunman (2004)

Absent (2015)

The Wanderer in the Land of Elementalia (2008)

Dayo: Sa Mundo ng Elementalia is a 2008 Philippine animated adventure-fantasy comedy film and the Philippines’ first all-digital full-length animated feature film by Cutting Edge Productions, advertised as "tradigital", a mix of traditional animation with 3D animation. It reinvents ghastly images of Philippine mythical creatures into heartwarming characters in a young boy's adventure. This $1.3 million production composed of over 500 local animators features a “tra-digital animation” technique using paperless 2D and 3D technologies. It has 2D animation for its characters and 3D animation for the backdrops.

Jolly Roger (1999)

Wodzirej (1978)

Po qiao shi fen (1968)

Snowman in July (1944)

Der Schneemann, also known as The Snowman, Snowman in July or The Magic Snowman, is a 1944 animated short film, created in Germany under the Nazi regime. It was written by cartoonist Horst von Möllendorff and animated by Hans Fischerkoesen. It was animated in Potsdam, Germany, near UFA's Neubabelsberg Studios.

The Wind (1982)

The Wind is a 1982 Malian drama film directed by Souleymane Cissé. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1982 Cannes Film Festival.

Tatal Nostru (2014)

The Substitute (1961)

Surogat is a 1961 Yugoslav short animated film by Croatian director Dušan Vukotić, produced by Zagreb Film, then a Yugoslav film production company. The film won an Academy Award for Short Subjects (Cartoons) in 1962. The film is also known by several other names in other languages: Cypporar, Der Ersatz, Le Succēdanē and Surrogatto. The Academy Film Archive preserved Ersatz in 2012.

Kilroy Was Here (1947)

Former child superstars Jackie Cooper and Jackie Coogan make the grade in this rollicking campus comedy from director Phil Karlson (The Silencers). Fresh out of the service, Johnny Kilroy (Cooper) plans to attend Benson College but is denied admission when it’s discovered he’s half a credit short. So when his pal Pappy (Coogan) spreads word that Johnny is the famed “Kilroy was here” hero himself, the publicity gets him into Benson and the school’s most pompous frat. But when the brothers discover he’s not the mythic Kilroy after all, a plot is hatched to kick him out of the house and Benson College as well.

The Photographer (2014)

Lady Vampire (2004)

Nieng Arp (Khmer:អាប), with an international title of Lady Vampire and also known as Vampire and Bodyless, is a 2004 Cambodian horror film. The film is centered upon Khmer folklore beliefs about Arp or Ap, a mythical popular ghost which is found in Southeast Asia. The film is directed by Kam Chanthy, a khmer-born director who was trained in Thailand. The film has attracted huge attention from khmer audiences and led a new wave of interest in the local film industry, becoming a hit thriller in its release year.

The Young Rebels (1980)

Love Birds (2010)

Grace (2006)

180º (2010)

Godsend (2013)

Godsend is a 2014 South Korean drama film directed by Si-hyun Moon. It was written by the renowned art house moviemaker Kim Ki-duk.

Threesome (1973)

Disorder (1986)

Lyubi menya (2005)

Izu no odoriko (1974)

Izu no Odoriko is a 1974 romantic drama film from Japan. It was directed by Katsumi Nishikawa and starred Momoe Yamaguchi and Tomokazu Miura. This was the first of a series of romantic films starring the couple.

Merry Christmas (1984)

The Twins (2005)

The Twins is a 2005 South Korean film and the debut feature of Park Heung-sik. Jung Joon-ho stars as identical twins with opposing personalities.

Sisters (2001)

Sisters (Russian: Сёстры, translit. Syostry) is a 2001 Russian crime film directed by Sergei Bodrov, Jr. It is notable as being his first and last film as director due to his death while filming his second film the year after.

El camino (2007)

The Last Night (1937)

The Last Night is a 1936 Soviet drama film directed by Yuli Raizman.

Homecoming (1941)

Heimkehr (English: "Homecoming") is a 1941 Nazi German anti-Polish propaganda film directed by Gustav Ucicky. It received the rare honor "Film of the Nation" in Nazi Germany, bestowed on films considered to have made an outstanding contribution to the national cause. Filled with heavy-handed caricature, it justifies extermination of Poles with a depiction of relentless persecution of ethnic Germans, who escape death only because of the German invasion.

Tolérance (1989)

Das zweite Gesicht (1982)

The Return (2015)

The Awakening (1990)

The Other (1999)

The Other is a 1999 French-Egyptian drama film directed by Youssef Chahine. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1999 Cannes Film Festival.

The $cheme (2003)

Love Bites (1993)

A 300-year old vampire (rock star Adam Ant) tries to "re-humanize" after falling in love with a beautiful "mortal." His attempts are thwarted, however, by his jealous vampire lover and his new love's jealous fiancee. Can an ancient vampire find love and happiness in the 20th century?

Les passagers (1999)

The Passengers (French: Les passagers) is a 1999 French drama film directed by Jean-Claude Guiguet. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1999 Cannes Film Festival.

Zig Zag (1999)

My Old Kentucky Home (1946)

Time of Fear (2005)

Lucrezia Borgia (1935)

Lucrezia Borgia (French:Lucrèce Borgia) is a 1935 French historical film directed by Abel Gance and starring Edwige Feuillère, Gabriel Gabrio and Maurice Escande. Feuillère's performance was widely acclaimed by critics, and significantly boosted her career.

Vacation (2007)

You Are the One (2006)

You Are The One is a 2006 Filipino romantic comedy film starring Sam Milby and Toni Gonzaga.

The Bet (2007)

The Bet is a 2006 film directed by Mark Lee, set in Sydney, Australia. Sibylla Budd was nominated best supporting actress for the 2007 AFI awards.

Shooting Star (1999)

Time You Change (2010)

Zeiten ändern dich (English: Times change you) is a German biographical film directed by Uli Edel and starring the German rapper Bushido, Elyas M'Barek and Moritz Bleibtreu. The film is based on Bushido's 2008 autobiography. The film premiered in Berlin on 3 February 2010.

Harry & Son (1984)

Harry & Son is a 1984 American drama film directed by Paul Newman, who also stars. The screenplay by Newman and Ronald Buck focuses on the relationship between a blue-collar worker and his son (Robby Benson), who fails at various odd jobs while aspiring to be a writer. Joanne Woodward, Ellen Barkin, Ossie Davis, Wilford Brimley and Judith Ivey also star. Much of the film was shot in Lake Worth, Florida. The movie set construction site was the demolition of the sister hotel affiliated with the Gulf Stream Hotel named The Inn.

No Tomorrow (2016)

The Last Of The Mohicans (1932)

The Last of the Mohicans is a 1932 American Pre-Code Mascot movie serial based on the novel The Last of the Mohicans by James Fenimore Cooper.

Three Summers (1992)

I Didn't Come Here To Die (2010)

Six volunteers working in the woods on a humanitarian project endure horrific accidents, rash decisions and the unpredictability of human nature.

Silverlake Life: The View from Here (1993)

Silverlake Life: The View from Here is a 1993 documentary film by director Peter Friedman and Tom Joslin. Shot with a hand-held video camera, the film documents the final months of a relationship between two gay men — Tom Joslin and his partner, Mark Massi — as they both struggle to deal with AIDS. The journey that Tom and Mark face as two partners dying of AIDS is to demonstrate realistically how their lives changed. Everyday tasks became chores until the last day of Tom's life came upon them. The honest and realistic portrayal allows the audience to see behind the scenes of a person affected by HIV.

The Kid from Kokomo (1939)

The Kid from Kokomo is a 1939 American comedy film directed by Lewis Seiler and written by Richard Macaulay and Jerry Wald. The film stars Pat O'Brien, Wayne Morris, Joan Blondell, May Robson, Jane Wyman and Stanley Fields. The film was released by Warner Bros. on May 23, 1939.

Flame In The Streets (1961)

Set amidst the backdrop of working class London, John Mills stars as a craftsman, Jacko, working in a factory. A union member, he is considered by the multi-racial workforce to be their representative. Trouble arises when a Jamaican, Gabe, is nominated for a higher position within the factory. Jacko backs this, standing against the racial prejudice that pervades the attitudes of many of the white workers. Gabe successfully gets the job and dashes off to tell his wife. Meanwhile Jacko goes home to find that his daughter is planning an inter-racial marriage. This is the true test of his beliefs, but all the while there is trouble brewing in the streets...

Prince of Swine (2011)

Feminism is put on trial.

Heart of Virginia (1948)

Heart of Virginia is a 1948 American sports drama film directed by R.G. Springsteen and starring Janet Martin, Robert Lowery and Frankie Darro. Believing that he is responsible for the death of a fellow rider, a jockey develops a fear of the racetrack. The film's art direction was by Frank Arrigo.

Cherry Waves (2012)

Angie (Tracey Heggins), a hardened street fighter, risks it all to create the life she has always wanted.

Book of Love: The Definitive Reason Why Men Are Dogs (2002)

Book of Love, also known as Book of Love: The Definitive Reason Why Men Are Dogs, is a 2002 romantic comedy film, written and directed by Jeffrey W. Byrd, and starring Anthony "Treach" Criss, Eric K. George, and Richard T. Jones as its three male protagonists.

Heaven Only Knows (1947)

Heaven Only Knows is a 1947 Western directed by Albert S. Rogell, starring Robert Cummings, Brian Donlevy and Marjorie Reynolds.

Magic Journey to Africa (2010)

Jana (Eva Gerretsen) takes a magical journey to Africa.

Voyage to the Edge of the World (1976)

Voyage to the Edge of the World (French: Voyage au bout du monde) is a 1976 French nature documentary film directed by Jacques-Yves Cousteau, his son Philippe Cousteau and Marshall Flaum. The film follows a four months expedition through Antarctica undertaken between the end of 1972 and the beginning of 1973. It was Cousteau's third and last full-length film, following The Silent World (1956) and World Without Sun (1964). As a difference with those two earlier Cousteau films, both mainly narrated by Jacques-Yves Cousteau himself, on this film Jacques-Yves' voice-over alternates with co-director Philippe Cousteau's voice.

Skyscraper (1928)

Skyscraper is a 1928 American silent drama film directed by Howard Higgin. At the 2nd Academy Awards in 1930, Elliott J. Clawson was nominated for an Academy Award in the category Best Writing (Adapted Screenplay). Prints of the film exist.

Only God Knows (2006)

Only God Knows (Spanish: Sólo Dios Sabe; Portuguese: Só Deus Sabe) is a 2006 Mexican-Brazilian drama film directed by Carlos Bolado. It stars Alice Braga as Dolores, a Brazilian woman, who meets Dámian (Diego Luna), a Mexican who helps her to reach Mexico City after her passport is stolen. Co-produced between Brazil and Mexico after an agreement undersigned in Venezuela, it is the first film produced jointly by the two countries. Filming took place in 2004 in Tijuana, Mexico City, Salvador, São Paulo, and San Diego. Post-production was done in São Paulo in 2005 and sound effects were produced in Skywalker Sound. Its world premiere occurred on January 21 at the 2006 Sundance Film Festival, where it competed in the category Cinema Dramatic of the World Cinema section. It also entered the official selection of the Guadalajara International Film Festival and the Festival de Cine Iberoamericano de Huelva.

Possessed (1931)

Marion is a factory worker who hopes to trade the assembly line, for a beautiful penthouse apartment. Mark Whitney, a wealthy and influential lawyer can make her dreams come true, but there is only one problem, he will give her everything but a marriage proposal. Will this affair ever lead to marriage?

You Must Be Scared (2006)

Darna Zaroori Hai is a 2006 Indian anthology horror thriller film produced by Satish Kaushik, and Ram Gopal Varma. The film is a sequel to Darna Mana Hai. It stars a host of Bollywood actors including Amitabh Bachchan, Anil Kapoor, Sunil Shetty, Riteish Deshmukh, Mallika Sherawat, Isha Koppikar, Arjun Rampal, Rajpal Yadav, Bipasha Basu, Randeep Hooda and more. The film was archived at the New York Institute of Technology, as part of the film course.

The War Within (2014)

A battle rages for the soul of Michael Sinclair, a cartoonist whose faith is tested when his world falls apart.

Blitzpatrollie (2013)

The misadventures of Rummy Augustine and his partner, Ace Dikolobe, police officers who have the misfortune of being stationed in a little-known depot in the belly of Johannesburg CBD.

Headless Body In Topless Bar (1995)

Headless Body in Topless Bar is a 1995 American black comedy and psychological horror film directed by James Bruce and written by Peter Koper. The ensemble cast includes Raymond J. Barry, Rustam Branaman, Jennifer McDonald, Taylor Nichols, and David Selby. The film's title is taken from a 1983 headline in the New York Post written by Vincent Musetto, and the plot is loosely based on the events that inspired the headline.

Black Kiss (2004)

A Tokyo detective investigates after a fashion model (Reika Hashimoto) witnesses a brutal slaying by a serial killer.

Nightsongs (2004)

A Chinese refugee from Vietnam emigrates to America, where she prepares to meet several of her relatives for the first time.

I Know What You Did (1998)

A defense attorney (Rosanna Arquette) kills a rapist, then must keep the deed secret from her detective boyfriend.

The Night Stalker (1987)

The Night Stalker is a 1987 American thriller film starring Charles Napier.

Sucka 4 Luv (2014)

A man will have to go through 30 days of anger management boot camp if he's going to convince his girlfriend that he's changed and he's ready to get married.

Cardiac Arrest (1980)

Cardiac Arrest is a 1980 horror thriller film written and directed by Murray Mintz.

My Brother's Keeper (1948)

My Brother's Keeper is a 1948 British crime film in the form of a convicts-on-the-run chase thriller, directed by Alfred Roome for Gainsborough Pictures. It was the first of only two films directed by Roome (the other being the following year's comedy It's Not Cricket) during a long career as a film editor. The film stars Jack Warner and George Cole and was produced by Sydney Box.

The Dinner (2014)

The Dinner (Italian: I nostri ragazzi) is a 2014 Italian drama film directed by Ivano De Matteo. It is loosely inspired by the novel of the same name by Herman Koch. It was screened in the Venice Days section at the 71st Venice International Film Festival, in which it won the Europa Cinemas Label as Best European Film.

Green Light (1937)

Green Light is a 1937 American film directed by Frank Borzage. The film is adapted from a novel written by Lloyd C. Douglas. The novel is closely related to Douglas' previous book, Magnificent Obsession, which was also adapted as a movie.

The Finger (2014)

Three siblings attend the funeral of their father.

Carry On Constable (1960)

With a flu epidemic running rife, three new bumbling recruits are assigned to Inspector Mills police station.

Nick and Jane (1997)

After catching her boyfriend (John Dossett) with another woman, a New York executive (Dana Wheeler-Nicholson) pays a cabby (James McCaffrey) to pose as her new beau.

Love Is a Headache (1938)

Love Is a Headache is a 1938 American comedy film directed by Richard Thorpe and written by Marion Parsonnet, Harry Ruskin and William R. Lipman. The film stars Gladys George, Franchot Tone, Ted Healy, Mickey Rooney, Frank Jenks and Ralph Morgan. The film was released on January 14, 1938, by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.

Street Hunter (1990)

Logan Blade is a former Brooklyn cop turned bounty hunter with a mission: bring to justice the leader of a brutal Colombian Street gang. But when his bounty escapes in a daring air-borne rescue attack, Blade realizes how powerful the enemy is. Fighting power with power, Blade arranges to meet a powerful Mafioso figure whose son was killed by the rival gang. The mobster gives him 24 hours to track down his son's killer before he launches his own war with the Colombians. From here it's a battle against time as STREET HUNTER explodes in arelentless tidal wave of chase, violence and suspense.

Doomed: The Untold Story of Roger Corman's the Fantastic Four (2015)

An exploration into the ill-fated "Fantastic Four" movie version by executive producer Roger Corman.

Eden (2006)

Eden is a 2006 German film directed by Michael Hofmann in which a successful chef falls for a married woman.

Pool of London (1951)

London’s Docklands, the 1950s: two seamen step ashore from The Dunbar and into the Pool of London. Dan MacDonald is a self assured and impetuous ladies’ man with a sideline in petty smuggling, whilst his friend and shadow, Jamaican Johnny Lambert is rather more shy and restrained. Before their ship again vacates the docks, Dan becomes fatefully involved in a diamond heist and ends up framed for murder and Johnny falls in love with a white girl.