Women Talking Dirty (2001)
Women Talking Dirty is a 1999 Scottish comedy film starring Helena Bonham Carter and Gina McKee. It is an adaptation of the novel Women Talking Dirty, written by Isla Dewar who wrote the screenplay as well. The film was screened at the Toronto International Film Festival on 17 September 1999 and released on 7 December 2001 in the UK.
The Private Eyes (1980)
The Private Eyes is an 1980 American comedy mystery film starring Tim Conway and Don Knotts. The pair play bumbling American detectives who (inexplicably) work for Scotland Yard, obvious parodies of Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson. It was filmed at Biltmore Estate in Asheville, North Carolina.
It was directed by Lang Elliott and marks the final pairing of Conway and Knotts (not counting their cameos as two California Highway Patrol officers in the 1984 film Cannonball Run II).
Murder, He Says (1945)
Not to be confused with another film, Murder, She Said, starring Margaret Rutherford.
Murder, He Says is a 1945 slapstick comedy film about a murderous rural family and the hapless pollster who becomes entangled in their hunt for a cache of money.
It was filmed in the spring of 1944, but was held back for a year because Paramount had a backlog of product and felt it was more important to get war-related films released first, lest they suddenly date by the impending end of combat.
Pokémon: The First Movie - Mewtwo Strikes Back (1998)
The adventure explodes into action with the debut of Mewtwo, a bio-engineered Pokemon created from the DNA of Mew, the rarest of all Pokemon. Determined to prove its superiority, Mewtwo lures Ash, Pikachu and others into a Pokemon match like none before.
Mewtwo vs. Mew. Super-clones vs. Pokemon.
It's the ultimate showdown...with the very future of the world at stake!
Sabu and the Magic Ring (1957)
A genie (William Marshall) helps the hero (Sabu) rescue his kidnapped girlfriend from thieves.
Cumbia callera (2007)
A beautiful woman captivates a young man in Monterrey, Mexico.
Rooftops is a 1989 crime and dance drama film directed by Robert Wise, which follows the misadventures of two homeless teenagers in Manhattan. As well as being the last production he ever directed, it is the second of Robert Wise's film about poor young New Yorkers, the first being the famous West Side Story
Keeping the Promise (1997)
Keeping the Promise is a 1997 historical drama television film based on the children's novel The Sign of the Beaver by Elizabeth George Speare. The film was released to DVD and VHS on July 25, 2000. It was shot in Ontario, Canada.
Hell (L'enfer) is a French film, released in 2005 and directed by Danis Tanović. It is based on a script originally drafted by Krzysztof Kieślowski and Krzysztof Piesiewicz, which was meant to be the second film in a trilogy with the titles Heaven, Hell and Purgatory. The script was finished by Piesiewicz after Kieślowski died in 1996. The movie stars Emmanuelle Béart, Marie Gillain and Carole Bouquet.
Daylight Robbery (2008)
Daylight Robbery is a 2008 British film directed by Paris Leonti and stars Paul Nicholls and Geoff Bell.
Four Desperate Men (1959)
The Siege of Pinchgut (released in the US as Four Desperate Men) is a 1959 British thriller filmed on location in Sydney, Australia and directed by Harry Watt. It was the last film produced by Ealing Studios, and was entered into the 9th Berlin International Film Festival where it was nominated for the Golden Bear Award.
Don Juan DeMarco (1994)
Don Juan DeMarco is a 1995 American romantic comedy-drama film starring Johnny Depp as John Arnold DeMarco, a man who believes himself to be Don Juan, the greatest lover in the world. Clad in a cape and domino mask, DeMarco undergoes psychiatric treatment with Marlon Brando's character, Dr. Jack Mickler, to cure him of his apparent delusion. But the psychiatric sessions have an unexpected effect on the psychiatric staff, some of whom find themselves inspired by DeMarco's delusion; the most profoundly affected is Dr. Mickler himself, who rekindles the romance in his complacent marriage.
The movie is based on two different sources; the modern-day story is based on director/screenwriter Jeremy Leven's short story Don Juan DeMarco and the Centerfold (the movie's original title before the studio changed it shortly before release), while the flashbacks depicting DeMarco's back-story are based on the more familiar legend of Don Juan, especially as told by Lord Byron in his version of the legend.
Depp received the London Film Critics Circle Award for Actor of the Year, along with his performance in Ed Wood while the film's theme song, "Have You Ever Really Loved a Woman?", co-written and performed by Bryan Adams, was nominated for the Oscar, Grammy, and Golden Globe Award for Best Original Song.
A couple view themselves in an alternate universe.
Matthew Barney: No Restraint (2006)
How does artist Matthew Barney use 45,000 pounds of petroleum jelly, a factory whaling vessel, and traditional Japanese rituals to create an art project?
A tooth fairy (Yasmin Paige) and two children find adventure while searching for Mrs. Claus and missing money at Christmastime.
The Thief (1952)
The Thief is a 1952 American Cold War film noir spy film, directed by Russell Rouse and starring Ray Milland. It's the third in a series of six classic film noir productions scripted by Rouse and his writing partner Clarence Greene. The film is unusual because there is no principal actor dialogue spoken. The principal characters are not "fleshed-out", as they might be in a more conventional film, as this film is more about "trade-craft", not as much about the principal characters and their respective personalities. Not withstanding that observation, the film certainly depends upon the exceptionally strong dramatic performance by Ray Milland, and the equally strong music performance by composer/conductor Herschel Burke Gilbert. The film is nearly fully orchestrated by Gilbert.
Can Heironymus Merkin Ever Forget Mercy Humppe and Find True Happiness? (1969)
Can Heironymus Merkin Ever Forget Mercy Humppe and Find True Happiness? is a 1969 British musical film directed by and starring Anthony Newley.
Newley played the autobiographical title role of Merkin, an internationally successful singer approaching middle age who retells his life story in a series of production numbers on a seashore in front of his two toddlers (played by Newley's actual children Tara and Alexander) and aged mother. Merkin focuses on his promiscuous relationships with women, particularly Polyester Poontang (played by Newley's wife Joan Collins) and the adolescent Mercy Humppe (Playboy centerfold Connie Kreski).
Merkin is constantly surrounded by a Satan-like procurer, Goodtime Eddie Filth (Milton Berle), and an angelic 'Presence' (George Jessel) who interrupts Merkin's biography with cryptic Borscht Belt-level jokes to denote births and deaths in Merkin's life. Newley periodically steps out of character to complain about his 'Merkin' role with an unseen director (voiced by Newley), two screenwriters, the film's producers and a trio of blasé movie critics who are turned off by the story's eroticism and lack of plot.
A director struggles with a self-inspired play in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.
The Return of Jack Slade (1955)
The Return of Jack Slade is a 1955 American western film directed by Harold D. Schuster.
Mondo Keyhole (1966)
Mondo Keyhole is a 1966 film directed by Jack Hill in his directorial debut. A sexploitation drama, it covers themes such as the pornography business, drug-taking, rape, martial arts and revenge.
Mr. District Attorney (1947)
Mr. District Attorney is a 1947 American crime film noir directed by Robert B. Sinclair and starring Dennis O'Keefe, Adolphe Menjou and Marguerite Chapman.
Father Joseph (2015)
A Haitian priest uses his courage and faith against injustice, violence and natural disaster to lift his neighbors out of poverty.
This Man is Mine (1934)
This Man is Mine is a 1934 American Pre-Code film directed by John Cromwell, starring Irene Dunne. It is based on the play Love Flies in the Window by Anne Morrison Chapin
Die tödliche Maria (1994)
Deadly Maria (German: Die tödliche Maria), is a 1993 German film directed by Tom Tykwer.
In rural Colorado, eight people (Aidan Quinn, Rachel Griffiths, America Ferrera), including two teachers, experience vast changes in their lives over the course of a year.
Fugitive Rage (1996)
Fugitive Rage is a crime drama action film directed by Fred Olen Ray and starring Shauna O'Brien, Jay Richardson & Alexander Keith, credited as Wendy Schumacher. The film was released straight to video in 1996.
Sunshine Day (2015)
After losing his mother and best friend unexpectedly a husband and father of eight starts to lose touch with reality then, all hell breaks loose.
Hamesha is a 1997 Indian Hindi romance movie written by Ranbir Pushp and directed by Sanjay Gupta. The film stars Aditya Pancholi, Saif Ali Khan and Kajol in the lead roles. Aruna Irani and Kader Khan have supporting roles in the film. The film explores reincarnation and marks Sanjay Gupta's third collaboration with Aditya Pancholi.
Swallows and Amazons (2016)
Swallows and Amazons follows four children who dream of escaping from the tedium of a summer holiday. When finally given permission to camp on their own on a remote island in the middle of a vast lake, they are overjoyed. But when they arrive, they discover they may not be alone and a desperate yet whimsical battle for ownership of the island ensues, where both skill and luck play a hand. Simultaneously, the dangers of an adult world, on the brink of war, encroach on their paradise and intertwine with their lives, in the form of a mysterious pair of Russian spies hot on the tail of the enigmatic Jim Turner. The children must ban together from both groups, learn skills of survival, responsibility, and the all-important value of friendship to save a family member. Steeped in the wonder of a child’s imagination and set against a breath-taking backdrop, this is an exhilarating adaptation of a treasured classic.
The Magic Gloves (2003)
An Argentine comedy, this film follows Alejandro (Vicentico), who works as a driver but is looking for better opportunities. His client, Sergio (Fabin Arenillas), mistakenly comes to believe that Alejandro is acquainted with his porn-star brother, Luis (Diego Olivera). This leads to a series of events that include Alejandro's girlfriend, Cecilia (Cecilia Biagini), and Sergio's wife, Susana (Susana Pampin), as well as a moneymaking scheme involving allegedly mystical gloves.
A No-Hit No-Run Summer (2008)
A No-Hit No-Run Summer (French:Un été sans point ni coup sûr) is a Canadian 2008 film written and directed by Francis Leclerc. It was nominated for two Jutra Awards.
Nazarín (Spanish pronunciation: [nasaˈɾin], [naθaˈɾin]) is a 1959 Mexican film directed by Luis Buñuel and co-written between Buñuel and Julio Alejandro, adapted from the eponymous novel of Benito Pérez Galdós. It won the international prize at the 1959 Cannes Film Festival and was selected as the Mexican entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 32nd Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.
Although Nazarín is not one of Buñuel's most renowned films, it still holds a very high reputation. The acclaimed director Andrei Tarkovsky named it one of his 10 favorite films.
The Boss of It All (2006)
The Boss of It All (Danish: Direktøren for det hele) is a 2006 Danish comedy film written and directed by Lars von Trier.
Arth, the upcoming Pakistan romantic-drama film, is directed and written by Shaan Shahid. The film, is a remake of Mahesh Bhatt's 1982 film ARTH, starring Shaan Shahid himself, Mohib Mirza, and Uzma Hassan in lead roles. Mahesh Bhatt commented on remake as "Shaan sahib is remaking a film that I started my career with, and that makes me very happy. I am very keen to see how he will interpret it. Every filmmaker has his own worldview, and he has complete freedom to reinterpret it however he wishes."
Private Fears in Public Places (2006)
Private Fears in Public Places (French: Cœurs ("Hearts"), is a 2006 French film directed by Alain Resnais. It was adapted from Alan Ayckbourn's play Private Fears in Public Places. The film won several awards, including a Silver Lion at the Venice Film Festival.
A Christmas Tale (2008)
A Christmas Tale (French: Un conte de Noël) is a 2008 French comedy-drama film by Arnaud Desplechin, starring Catherine Deneuve, Jean-Paul Roussillon, Mathieu Amalric, Anne Consigny, Melvil Poupaud, Emmanuelle Devos and Chiara Mastroianni. It tells the story of a family with strained relationships which gathers at the parents' home for Christmas, only to learn that their mother has leukemia. It was in competition for the Palme d'Or at the 2008 Cannes Film Festival.
Eyes Wide Open (2008)
Whether they are first-time or frequent visitors to the holy land, American Jews reveal what Israel means to them.
I Still Dream Of Jeannie (1991)
I Still Dream of Jeannie is a 1991 American made-for-television fantasy-comedy film produced by Columbia Pictures Television which premiered on NBC on October 20, 1991. It is the second and final reunion film based on the 1965–1970 sitcom I Dream of Jeannie. It also serves as the series finale to said series.
Dragon Inn (1967)
Dragon Inn is a 1967 Taiwanese wuxia film written and directed by King Hu. The film was remade in 1992, as New Dragon Gate Inn, and again in 2011 as The Flying Swords of Dragon Gate
The Fan (1949)
The Fan is a 1949 American drama film directed by Otto Preminger. The screenplay by Dorothy Parker, Walter Reisch, and Ross Evans is based on the 1892 play Lady Windermere's Fan by Oscar Wilde. The play had been filmed several times before, with a 1916 silent film, a later adaptation by Ernst Lubitsch in 1925 as well as versions in Spanish and Chinese.
Chasing Gold (2016)
Ten years after losing his family in a tragic car accident, aging police commander Frank Walsh discovers that a troubled young woman, Judy, is his daughter from a past relationship. That same night, Frank’s best friend, a retired cop, is murdered in a home invasion and robbed of a cache of gold. Frank must now chase the killer, find the missing gold, and help Judy survive her demons in order to come to terms with his own past.
Hot Blood (1956)
Hot Blood is a 1956 CinemaScope film starring Jane Russell and Cornel Wilde.
In this period drama, set in Victorian Glasgow and based on a true story, Lean exploits the ambiguous and enigmatic screen presence of Ann Todd. Here she plays a young woman who, rebelling against her patriarchal father, falls for a penniless but exploitative French aristocrat who later dies of arsenic poisoning. Madeleine is anything but a victim, daring to expose her sexuality. Guy Green’s deep focus photography owes much to CITIZEN KANE.
The Lady with the Dog (1960)
The Lady with the Dog (Russian: Дама с собачкой, translit. Dama s sobachkoy) is a 1960 Soviet drama film directed by Iosif Kheifits. It was entered into the 1960 Cannes Film Festival.
The Bride Wore Boots (1946)
The Bride Wore Boots is a 1946 romantic comedy film with Barbara Stanwyck in the title role, playing opposite Robert Cummings. A very young Natalie Wood is seen in the film, directed by Irving Pichel. This was Stanwyck's last feature comedy. Some years later, she complained to columnist Hedda Hopper, "I've always got my eye out for a good comedy. Remember Ball of Fire and The Lady Eve? But they don't seem to write that kind of comedy anymore -- just a series of gags."
... E fuori nevica! (2014)
When their mother dies, two brothers must take care of their remaining sibling.
The Coward (1965)
Kapurush or in English, The Coward, is a 1965 film directed by Satyajit Ray.
The Eavesdropper (2004)
A political activist (Stathis Giallelis) believes a group of Spanish exiles are plotting to assassinate a visiting dictator.
A carousel barker falls in love with a young woman. Both are fired from their jobs, and when the young woman becomes pregnant, the carousel barker tries to help pull off a robbery, which goes wrong. Because of the robbery, he dies, and after spending time in purgatory, is sent back to earth for one day to try to make amends. If he fails, he will be eternally damned.
G.I. Joe: The Movie (1987)
G.I. Joe: The Movie is a 1987 animated action-adventure film produced as a spin-off from the animated series G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero, based on the original Hasbro toyline. It was produced by Sunbow Productions and Marvel Productions and was animated in Japan by Toei Animation Co., Ltd.
Blind Alley (1939)
Blind Alley is a 1939 crime drama film directed by Charles Vidor.
Suspended Alibi (1957)
Suspended Alibi is a 1957 black and white British crime film directed by Alfred Shaughnessy and starring Patrick Holt, Honor Blackman and Lloyd Lamble. The film was produced by Robert Dunbar for Act Films Ltd. It was reissued in the U.S. as Suspected Alibi.
Melba is a 1953 musical biopic drama film of the life of Australian-born soprano Nellie Melba, written by Harry Kurnitz and directed by Lewis Milestone for Horizon Pictures, marking the film debut of the Metropolitan Opera's Patrice Munsel.
Mom, Can I Keep Her? (1998)
Mom, Can I Keep Her? is a 1998 direct-to-video film, written by Sean O'Bannon and directed by Fred Olen Ray.
Tom, Dick And Harry (1941)
Tom, Dick and Harry (1941) is a comedy film directed by Garson Kanin, written by Paul Jarrico, and starring Ginger Rogers, George Murphy, Alan Marshal, Phil Silvers, and Burgess Meredith. The film was released by RKO Radio Pictures. This role was Ginger Rogers' day job when she was awarded the Oscar as Best Actress for her 1940 performance in Kitty Foyle. It was her first film released after winning her Oscar.
The Night They Raided Minsky's (1968)
The Night They Raided Minsky's is a 1968 musical comedy film directed by William Friedkin and produced by Norman Lear. It is a fictional account of the invention of the striptease at Minsky's Burlesque in 1925. The film is based on the novel by Rowland Barber, published in 1960.
Aashik Aawara (1993)
Aashik Awara is a 1993 Bollywood romantic drama film directed by Umesh Mehra. It stars débutante actors Saif Ali Khan and Mamta Kulkarni in pivotal roles. The film won Khan and Kulkarni the Filmfare Award for best Filmfare Award for Best Male Debut and Filmfare Award for Lux New Face of the Year, respectively. The rights to this film are owned by Shah Rukh Khan's Red Chillies Entertainment.The movie was good earner and Indian box office successful film.
Cover Up is a 1991 film directed by Manny Coto starring Dolph Lundgren and Louis Gossett Jr.. Coto was hired at the latest stage of pre-production right before filming, after writer / director William Tannen left the project. Dolph Lundgren plays Mike Anderson.
G:MT Greenwich Mean Time (1999)
G:MT – Greenwich Mean Time is a 1999 British drama film.
Starring Steve John Shepherd and Chiwetel Ejiofor, the film features music by acid jazz and jungle artists including Talvin Singh, Hinda Hicks and Imogen Heap. It was also one of the last projects of the late jazz trumpeter Lester Bowie.
Frankie and Johnny Are Married (2003)
Frankie and Johnny Are Married is a 2003 comedy film written and directed by Michael Pressman, starring Pressman as well as Lisa Chess and Alan Rosenberg. The film chronicles the troubles a producer has trying to mount a production of the Terrence McNally play, Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune. The production is beset by one problem after another, including a hard to handle male lead (Rosenberg). This eventually leads Pressman to take on the male lead role himself.
The Round-Up (1966)
The Round-Up (Hungarian: Szegénylegények, "Outlaws") is a 1966 Hungarian film directed by Miklós Jancsó. Well received in its home country, it was Jancsó's first film to receive international acclaim.
Today, many consider The Round-Up a classic of world cinema; it was selected to be screened in the Cannes Classics section of the 2015 Cannes Film Festival.
The Wild, Wild Planet (1966)
Wild, Wild Planet (Italian: I Criminali della Galassia / "Criminals of the Galaxy") is a 1966 Italian science fiction horror film directed by Antonio Margheriti and written by Renato Moretti and Ivan Reiner. Tony Russel stars as Commander Mike Halstead. Also featured are Lisa Gastoni, Franco Nero and Massimo Serato. The poor special effects combined with low-budget aesthetics and general cheesy feel of the picture have made it a favorite of bad-movie fans and websites such as badmovies.org.
The film is the first of four "Gamma One" science fiction films. The films were originally contracted by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer to be made for TV movies but were released theatrically instead in some countries.
Camille is a 1984 television film based on the 1852 novel and play La Dame aux Camélias by Alexandre Dumas, fils. It was adapted by Blanche Hanalis and directed by Desmond Davis. It stars Greta Scacchi, Colin Firth, John Gielgud, Billie Whitelaw, Patrick Ryecart, Denholm Elliott and Ben Kingsley.
Ja, ik wil! (2015)
A woman who is stuck in a disappointing relationship cannot see the love of another man who is right in front of her.
Two drug-crazed punks kidnap and terrorize an Oregon coast couple (Joanna Kerns, Barry Bostwick) and their little girl.
Breaking Through (1996)
A social worker (JoBeth Williams) teaches sign language to a deaf girl (Kellie Martin) who escaped from an abusive father.
Monkey in the Middle (2014)
A soccer-playing schoolboy (Jacob Horsley) tries to hide a lovable monkey after finding it in his backpack.
Tarzan's Hidden Jungle (1955)
Tarzan's Hidden Jungle is a 1955 B&W movie from RKO Pictures starring Gordon Scott in his first film as Tarzan, taking over the role from Lex Barker, who had in turn followed Johnny Weissmuller in the series. This film about Edgar Rice Burroughs' ape-man also features Vera Miles and Jack Elam, and was directed by Harold D. Schuster. It was the last of 12 Tarzan pictures released by RKO.
Tarzan's mate, Jane, does not appear in this film. Tarzan at first seems to show more than casual interest in Miles' character, but ultimately there is no romance. In real life, Scott and Miles were married after the film was completed. Scott eventually played Tarzan in six movies over a five-year span.
Old Men in New Cars: In China They Eat Dogs II (2002)
Old Men in New Cars (Danish: Gamle Mænd i Nye Biler), (2002) is a Danish action comedy film directed by Lasse Spang Olsen. The movie stars Kim Bodnia, Nikolaj Lie Kaas, and Tomas Villum Jensen. It is a prequel to Olsen's 1999 comedy In China They Eat Dogs.
The Mayor (2015)
Mauricio Fernandez, a millionaire mayor in Mexico's wealthiest municipality, causes controversy and takes justice into his own hands.
Dracula's Guest (2008)
Bram Stoker's Dracula's Guest (also known as just Dracula's Guest) is a 2008 film that was written and directed by Michael Feifer. It was released direct to video in August 2008 and is loosely based on Bram Stoker's 1914 novel Dracula's Guest and Other Weird Stories.
Demon City Shinjuku (1988)
Demon City Shinjuku is a novel by Hideyuki Kikuchi that was adapted into an original video animation (OVA) in 1988, directed by Yoshiaki Kawajiri. The title has also been translated as Hell City Shinjuku and Monster City. It was also released as two manga by ADV Manga in 2003 and 2004. The novel was also released in English in 2011 by Digital Manga Publishing, compiled with its sequel Demon Palace Babylon.
White Smoke (2002)
A priest (Adri Collado) and his father (Jose Sacristan) investigate the disappearance of a cardinal (Hctor Alterio) who has damning information about the Vatican.
Mystics is a 2003 film starring Milo O'Shea and David Kelly, and directed by David Blair.
Sold is a 2014 narrative feature film directed by Jeffrey D. Brown based on Patricia McCormick's novel Sold. The film is executive produced by Emma Thompson, Jane Charles, and Katie Mustard. The script was written by Joseph Kwong and Jeffrey D. Brown.
For Singles Only (1968)
For Singles Only is a 1968 Eastmancolor comedy film directed by Arthur Dreifuss, written by Hal Collins, starring John Saxon, Mary Ann Mobley and Lana Wood.
Unmasked is a 1950 American crime film directed by George Blair and starring Robert Rockwell, Barbra Fuller and Raymond Burr.
The film's sets were designed by the art director Frank Hotaling.
For Love Or Money (1993)
For Love or Money (also released as The Concierge) is a 1993 romantic comedy film directed by Barry Sonnenfeld and starring Michael J. Fox and Gabrielle Anwar. It was not a commercial success domestically in North America, earning less than half its production budget before being withdrawn from theatres after just four weeks of release. The film was unofficially remade into Hindi as Yes Boss yet again in Tamil Guru En Aalu.
RoboDoc is a 2008 film that is distributed by National Lampoon. The comedy was written by two medical doctors, brothers Doug and Scott Gordon M.D., and directed by Stephen Maddocks and co-produced by Donald Tynes. Sleazy lawyers and heartless insurance companies are spoofed in this medical comedy. The world premiere took place on Saturday May 10, 2008 at Hard Rock Live on the Universal City Walk. The film was released in the Orlando Market on Friday September 26, 2008.
Five Miles to Midnight (1962)
This tragic and suspenseful tale of domestic abuse concerns a couple who have drifted far from the intent of their marriage vows. Bob (Anthony Perkins) is a former soldier who met Lisa (Sophia Loren) when she was a poor girl living in Italy. After they marry, they take up residence in Paris where Lisa holds down a job and Bob is always going to the next job interview -- that ultimately yields nothing. The sniveling weasel slaps his wife around, endearing himself to no one. As he is leaving for an interview, Lisa tells him at the airport that she's had enough and it's over. The plane crashes, but bad-boy Bob is the lone survivor and returns to his long-suffering wife. He promises he will leave her for good once the life-insurance claim is processed. Her slap-happy spouse then decides when the money comes in, he will have her arrested and charged with insurance fraud. Meanwhile, Lisa has fallen for David (Gig Young). When Bob forces her to drive him out of the country, Lisa plans to drive Bob out of her life for good.
Men Must Fight (1933)
Men Must Fight is a 1933 American Pre-Code drama film starring Diana Wynyard, Lewis Stone and Phillips Holmes. It is based on the 1932 Broadway play of the same name by Reginald Lawrence and S. K. Lauren. When her lover is killed in World War I, a woman raises their son as a pacifist. However, when a second world war looms "between the United States and a country referred to as the Eurasian States in 1940", that belief is put to the test.
Garage Sale Mystery: The Deadly Room (2015)
Jennifer Shannon (Lori Loughlin) uses her intuitive skills to investigate her friend's death in a multimillion-dollar home with a dark history.
Sitting On The Edge Of Marlene (2014)
Sitting on the Edge of Marlene is a Canadian crime drama film, directed by Ana Valine and released in 2014. An adaptation of Billie Livingston's novella The Trouble with Marlene, the film stars Suzanne Clément as Marlene Bell, a grifter and con artist who is indoctrinating her daughter Sammie in the ways of crime with the help of her colleague Fast Freddy ; meanwhile, Sammie has other ideas about her future, and develops a romantic interest in Drew, a devoutly Christian teenager who hangs out at the local roller rink.
Monstroid is a 1980 American film directed by Kenneth Hartford. It was originally titled Monster when the film was first announced in 1975 and again in 1977, and suffered numerous cast changes (most notably Keenan Wynn who was still billed on some early video releases). The film was eventually released in 1980 as Monstroid, and is also known as Monstroid: It Came from the Lake (American DVD box title) and The Toxic Horror (American alternative title). A novelization written by Peter Crowcroft was released concurrently with the film. The film bills itself as being based on a true story that took place in "Chimayo, Colombia" in 1971. However, the village is entirely fictional, and the film was actually shot in Chimayo, New Mexico and Ambalema, Colombia.
Now is the time of prophecy. A time of hope. A time for change.
L.A. Twister (2004)
Two friends (Zack Ward, Tony Daly) navigate a twisted road through Hollywood as they try to make a film.
Over six months, a 50 year-old adventurer bikes through Patagonia and the Tierra del Fuego.
The Dick Knost Show (2013)
The Dick Knost Show is a 2013 Canadian comedy film written and directed by Bruce Sweeney. It was screened in the Contemporary World Cinema section at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival. It won Best BC Film at the Vancouver International Film Festival.
Brotherhood of Murder (1999)
A white supremacist group member becomes an informant for the FBI after a Denver disc jockey is murdered.
A Night in Paradise (1951)
Aesop (Turhan Bey) of fable fame poses as an old man and woos away a princess (Merle Oberon) who wants a king (Thomas Gomez) for his gold.
It's 1898 when Emily Meyer joins a group of German prospectors determined to find fortune in the Klondike. Battling to traverse the harsh terrain, situations get worse when travelers discover they are being stalked by a pair of ruthless killers for reasons unknown. A gripping western tale of greed and survival, Gold is a thrilling chase of the American dream.
La donna della luna (1988)
Woman in the Moon (Italian: La Donna della Luna, also known as The Moon Woman and The Night of the Full Moon) is a 1988 Italian romantic drama film written and directed by Vito Zagarrio. It was produced by Rete Italia with a budget of about a billion lire.
A Holiday Romance (1999)
A Holiday Romance is a 1999 American made-for-television Christmas romantic drama film directed by Bobby Roth and starring Naomi Judd, Andy Griffith, and Gerald McRaney. This film has been released on DVD.
Paul Bowles: The Cage Door Is Always Open (2012)
The life of writer and composer Paul Bowles and his wife.
Desperate Souls (2005)
A group of teenagers unleashes an evil power from an ancient Druidic book.
The Penitent (1988)
An ex-convict's (Armand Assante) seduction of his friend's (Raul Julia) wife (Rona Freed) leads up to a Mexican village's Crucifixion ritual.
Stranger in the Family (1991)
In her drive to remind her amnesiac teenage son (Neil Patrick Harris), a mother (Teri Garr) pushes him and herself to the edge.
Bye Bye Braverman (1968)
Bye Bye Braverman is a 1968 American comedy film directed by Sidney Lumet. The screenplay by Herbert Sargent was adapted from the 1964 novel To An Early Grave by Wallace Markfield.
Any Wednesday (1966)
Any Wednesday is a 1966 Technicolor romance/comedy film starring Jane Fonda, Jason Robards, and Dean Jones. It was directed by Robert Ellis Miller from a screenplay by producer Julius J. Epstein based on the hit play of the same name by Muriel Resnik, which played on Broadway for 984 performances from 1964 to 1966.
The story centers on a Manhattan woman (Fonda) who is trying to decide between two suitors, one married (Robards) and one not (Jones), on the day of her 30th birthday.