Space Milkshake (2013)
Outer-space explorers (Robin Dunne, Billy Boyd, Kristin Kreuk) encounter gigantic aliens on their ship.
The Little Humpbacked Horse (1962)
The Bolshoi Ballet performs the Russian fairy tale of a Queen Maiden (Maya Plisetskaya), a stableboy (Vladimir Vasiliev) and a lucky horse (Alla Shcherbinina).
The Light Across the Street (1956)
Tensions mount as the lonely wife of a trucker becomes involved with a gas station attendant.
The Long Night (1947)
Shortly after a violent encounter with magician Maximilian (Vincent Price), Joe Adams (Henry Fonda) is shot by police. As he lies dying in his apartment, he reflects on his past. The flashbacks follow Joe as he falls in love with young Jo Ann (Barbara Bel Geddes), who is also being courted by Maximilian. Jo Ann begins to favor the compassionate Joe over the possessive magician, and Maximilian heads to Joe's apartment intending to kill him, resulting in a dramatic standoff.
Say Yes to Love (2012)
It takes a bold, free-spirited woman (Nazia Hussain) to help a young man (Aasad Mirza) overcome an incident from his past and learn to love.
Swan Lake (1957)
The Bolshoi Ballet performs Tchaikovsky's ballet of a swan queen (Maya Plisetskaya) and a prince (Nicolai Fadeyechev).
Lovers on a Tightrope (1962)
A pair of adulterers lays careful plans to eliminate the lady's unwanted husband.
Van Veeteren: Moreno & the Silence (2006)
Police investigate the murder of a girl who left a religious community.
A Close Shave (1995)
Wallace's whirlwind romance with the owner of the local wool shop puts his head in a spin; Gromit is framed for sheep-rustling in a fiendish criminal plot.
Maciste the Mighty (1960)
A musclebound strongman battles a ravaging horde of ferocious Persians.
Damaged Goods (1961)
A high-school student (Mory Schoolhouse) cheats on his girlfriend (Charlotte Stewart) and contracts a nasty surprise.
Bob the Builder: The Big Dino Dig: The Movie (2011)
Bob and his team unearth dinosaur bones while building an amusement park.
La Adelita (1937)
A couple pretend to be in love still, though both are in love with others.
Ni sangre ni arena (1941)
Cantinflas, a wandering rogue, is mistaken for a famous bullfighter and ends participating in a bullfight.
Canyon Raiders (1951)
A government agent (Whip Wilson) battles a gang of thieves terrorizing his friend, a couple and a female sheriff.
Little White Lies (2010)
A student's (Markus Krojer) lie about a book he damaged leads to an unexpected campaign of hate against the members of another class.
The Adventures of Hajji Baba (1954)
A clever Persian barber (John Derek) wows the harem and wins a princess (Elaine Stewart) by saving her from an evil prince.
Jungle Patrol (1948)
Eight fighter pilots hold off constant Japanese attacks during the construction of an airstrip in New Guinea.
Devil's Harvest (1942)
A high-school student does her civic duty by posing as a nightclub dancer to get the straight dope on an illegal drug operation.
Julie, the Redhead (1963)
douard Lavigne (Daniel Glin) is an artist living in Paris and having an affair with his muse, Julienne (Pascale Petit). douard wants to marry her and devote his life to art, but his father disapproves. He demands that his son move home, marry the heiress of a factory and join the family business. douard concedes and has a son, Jean (also Glin). When douard dies, he wills a large part of his estate to Julienne. Jean sets out to find Julienne and reclaim the inheritance.
A young Frenchwoman sees an already-engaged attorney as a way out of her betrothal to an aging playboy.
Bunker of the Dead (2015)
Two friends sneak on to a U.S. military base in Germany and break into an old underground Nazi research facility. They have no idea that something has survived in the bunker for 70 years or how hungry it is.
Special effects mark an intense firefighting drama that stars Lau Ching Wan as a heroic firefighter who is indifferent to danger but lacks the courage to face his personal demons.
Youth on Parade (1942)
Collegians' plan to produce the perfect student backfires when their professor wants to meet her.
El Mexicano (1965)
A fighter who defeats all his rivals in the United States helps a brother who is attacked by some Irish.
Your Name Poisons My Dreams (1996)
Two former colleagues reunite at a funeral and reflect on an incident of love and revenge that took place in their youth.
The Lives of Hamilton Fish (2013)
The lives of two men named Hamilton Fish become entangled in the imagination of a newspaper editor.
Children of the Trains (2012)
Railway authorities in Thailand use abandoned train cars as shelter and schools for children.
An American Girl: Lea to the Rescue (2016)
A girl travels deep into the Brazilian rainforest to find her missing older brother and save endangered exotic animals.
A medical researcher begins to experience weird hallucinations.
Louisiana Purchase (1941)
Facing a corruption probe headed by Senator Oliver Loganberry (Victor Moore), a few shady Louisiana businessmen try to blame their crimes on associate Jim Taylor (Bob Hope). Taylor, meanwhile, tries to maneuver the senator into a sex scandal by arranging for a meeting between Loganberry and exotic bombshell Marina Von Minden (Vera Zorina). But Taylor himself develops feelings for Von Minden, and, as this musical satire heads for home, the combatants brace for a showdown at the state capital.
Good Cops, Bad Cops (1990)
A superintendent (Edward Asner) turns on the heat after a police captain (Ray Sharkey) and his men rob a Boston bank in 1980.
Joe Bullet (1973)
Joe is hired to stop a mysterious gangster from sabotaging a soccer team.
The Fifth Horseman Is Fear (1965)
When Dr. Braun is forbidden to practice medicine during the Nazi occupation of Prague, he catalogs the confiscated property of his fellow Jews for the local party officials. When a gravely injured member of the resistance shows up in his apartment building, the elderly doctor abandons his pragmatism and decides to put his own life in danger by searching the city for morphine to assist with the man's pain.
Rainy Days (2014)
An old man recalls distant memories while traveling by ferry.
El Tesoro del Rey Salomón (1963)
TinTan and the love of his life enter "The Lost City" in search of one of the most incredible treasures of history.
All I Ever Wanted (2016)
A mime tries to escape from his other career: drug dealing.
El Violetero (1960)
In the heart of the Xochimilco neighborhood in Mexico City, a jobless man starts working as a flower street vendor.
Diary of a Badman (2015)
An undercover detective infiltrating a drug operation starts to blur the lines when she falls for the charming ringleader.
En el País de los Pies Ligeros (1982)
A boy comes to the city and meets an indigenous boy, and together they experience a series of adventures with a background of legend.
Mister Moses (1965)
Joe Moses (Robert Mitchum) is thrown into a river by Africans he's attempting to swindle. When a missionary's daughter, Julie Anderson (Carroll Baker), rescues him, Joe agrees to convince the natives to leave before a dam floods their village. Trying to win the tribe over with a magic show, Joe sets a bush on fire to convince them he is the Old Testament's Moses. Despite the mistrust of Ubi (Raymond St. Jacques), the witch doctor's U.S.-educated son, Joe begins to lead the tribe to safety.
The Wandering Image (1920)
A tormented woman trudges through the Swiss Alps to escape the grasp of various men.
Spirit of '76 (1990)
Two guys (David Cassidy, Geoff Hoyle) and a girl (Olivia d'Abo) from the future go by time machine back to 1776; they miss it by 200 years.
Santa Claws (2014)
Santa is allergic to cats, but Tommy has been so good this year he decides to bring him a kitten for Christmas. When Santa has an allergic attack, the kitties have to take over the sleigh to deliver all the presents.
La máscara de carne (1956)
A couple tries to get away from some traffickers after suffering an accident in which he is left disfigured and she blind.
Three Men and a Leg (1997)
Three store clerks (Aldo Baglio, Giovanni Storti, Giacomo) travel by car from Milan carrying their boss's dog and a valuable sculpture.
The Old Mill (1937)
Animals and insects make an old mill and pond their home.
Thunder Birds (1942)
During World War II, British medic Peter Stackhouse (John Sutton) follows in his late father's footsteps by joining the Royal Air Force, in spite of his crippling fear of heights. Stackhouse finds a friend and willing mentor in flight instructor Steve Britt (Preston Foster), who helps him to overcome his fears. But when Stackhouse falls for the gorgeous Kay Saunders (Gene Tierney) -- Britt's old flame -- Britt must struggle to put his feelings aside and do his job.
Stripped to Kill (1987)
A Los Angeles policewoman's (Kay Lenz) partner (Greg Evigan) has her pose as a stripper to lure a killer of strippers.
Hidden in the Woods (2015)
When two sisters report their abusive and drug-dealing father, he is sent to prison. They think the worst is over until their psychotic uncle arrives looking for his brother and some missing merchandise.
Le Frisson des Vampires (1970)
Newlyweds encounter a den of vampires in a castle formerly owned by the bride's relatives. Directed by Jean Rollin.
The Fighting Deputy (1937)
Sheriff Bentley (Frank LaRue) and his son, Deputy Tom Bentley (Fred Scott), come up with a plan to capture notorious outlaw Scar Adams (Charles King). Scar shoots and gravely wounds Sheriff Bentley, leaving Tom in charge. But Tom's fiance, Alice (Phoebe Logan), who is also Scar's estranged sister, won't marry Tom if he becomes sheriff. Alice changes her mind when Scar kills Tom's father. Tom, with help from his partner, Fuzzy (Al St. John), sets out to get Scar once and for all.
Miss V From Moscow (1942)
A Soviet spy (Lola Lane) tricks the Gestapo in Paris because she looks like a Nazi spy.
Prisoner of Corbal (1936)
A nobleman (Hugh Sinclair) and a leader of the people (Nils Asther) each love a noblewoman (Hazel Terry) during the French Revolution.
Where the Devil Dwells (2014)
When the schizophrenic son of an allegedly-dead serial killer begins to have visions of his father, he struggles to determine what is real and how he'll survive.
Cassino to Korea (1950)
Rare film footage highlights a chronicle of U.S. troops and their battles in World War II Italy.
The Ghost (1963)
Horrible Dr. Hichcock (Leonard G. Elliot) comes back from the almost-dead to haunt his wife (Barbara Steele) and her lover (Peter Baldwin).
The Great Alligator (1979)
Tourists (Barbara Bach, Claudio Cassinelli) flee from a tribally significant alligator at an entrepreneur's (Mel Ferrer) African resort.
The Outer Gate (1937)
Bob Terry (Ben Alexander) works for John Borden (Ralph Morgan), the father of his girlfriend (Kay Linaker). Someone embezzles a large sum of money, and John blames Bob. So Bob is sent to prison, where he stays for five years before he is exonerated. When he gets out, John, feeling guilty, trusts Bob with his safe. But Bob plots revenge and shows his former cellmate, Todd (Edward Acuff), and a gangster named Carmody (Charles Brokaw) how to break into the safe, framing John for embezzlement.
The survivors of a shipwreck find themselves on an uninhabited island in the Pacific. It seems to be a paradise until a discovered treasure lead to tension and violence.
The Face at the Window (1939)
A cackling mad chevalier (Tod Slaughter) and his half brother keep the police guessing in 1880s Paris.
Bitter Sugar (1996)
A patriot (Ren Lavan) with a rebellious brother falls in love with a dissident's daughter (Mayte Viln) in Castro's Cuba.
House of the Rising Sun (1986)
Newspaper intern Janet (Jamie Barrett) goes undercover to expose a classy Los Angeles call girl's (Tawny Moyer) vile boss (Frank Annese).
The Fifth Wheel (2013)
Forty years in the life of an average man for whom family, friends and football are more significant than any of the political and social changes that buffet the country.
Kilómetro 31 (2006)
A woman investigates a car accident on a stretch of Mexican highway plagued by supernatural events.
Break in the Circle (1957)
Skip (Forrest Tucker) is an American living in England after World War II, making a name for himself by smuggling political refugees out of Soviet-controlled Europe. Baron Keller (Marius Goring), a German millionaire, hires Skip to smuggle Pal Kudnic (Arnold Marle), a Polish scientist, out of East Germany. Before he embarks, Skip meets a beautiful Interpol agent named Lisa (Eva Bartok), who wants Kudnic turned over to the authorities. He refuses, but takes Lisa along for the adventure anyway.
Bowery Champs (1944)
Muggs, Glimpy and the rest of the gang (Evelyn Brent) solve a murder to the relief of the victim's suspect ex-wife (Jimmy Strand).
Calculated Risk (1962)
Thieves tunnel into a bank vault and hit a bomb left over from World War II.
Pinocchio in Outer Space (1965)
The puppet goes to Mars with a Twurtle to save Earth from a flying whale.
Lucky Spirits (2013)
People create good luck by having good relationships with spirits.
Don Quixote (1957)
In the 17th century, an aging Spanish nobleman (Nikolai Cherkasov) becomes so caught up in novels of chivalry that he convinces himself he is knight-errant Don Quixote. Riding forth to carry out noble deeds, with the dimwitted peasant Sancho Panzo (Yuriy Tolubeyev) as his squire, Don Quixote is thought crazy due to his passion to do good. When the old man fights wine bags, windmills and a herd of sheep, believing them to be enemies, a duke summons him to provide entertainment at his own expense.
Next Time We Love (1935)
Christopher (James Stewart) and Cicely Tyler (Margaret Sullavan) are newlyweds, but they're also career-driven; he's a young newspaper reporter, and she's an aspiring actress. When Christopher is sent to Rome, their relationship becomes strained, and their friend Tommy (Ray Milland) tries to move in on Cicely, who he secretly loves. Further complications arise when Cicely finds she is pregnant, and Christopher leaves his job for her, forcing them to juggle their personal and professional lives.
I Am a Criminal (1939)
A gangster (John Carroll) uses a newsboy (Martin Spellman) to sway a jury, and the boy warns him about his girlfriend (Kay Linaker).
Things Happen at Night (1948)
A British family man (Alfred Drayton) with a poltergeist problem calls an insurance investigator (Gordon Harker) for help.
The Way Out (1956)
An American (Gene Nelson) in London needs his wife's (Mona Freeman) help to flee after he kills a man in a fight.
Rustlers' Valley (1937)
Hopalong Cassidy (William Boyd) clears Lucky on a charge of bank robbery and foils a crooked lawyer's plot to rustle a herd of pedigree cattle.
A New Orleans insurance investigator (James Franciscus) loses his wife and his sight but refuses to quit.
Tibetan Warrior (2015)
Loten Namling, a Tibetan musician living in Switzerland, has become increasingly disturbed by the situation in his homeland; people are setting themselves ablaze as a form of protest. He travels the world to meet influential experts and politicians.
Bus Riley's Back in Town (1965)
A brooding ex-serviceman (Michael Parks) comes home and spends time with an innocent girl (Janet Margolin) and a worldly woman (Ann-Margret).
Chatri Chor (2005)
A girl (Shreya) searches for the culprit who stole her prized possession, a magnificent blue umbrella.
A hitchhiker is taken in by a remote Polish community.
Shimon's Returns (2014)
The life of Holocaust survivor Shimon Redlich.
Let 'Em Have It (1935)
An FBI agent (Richard Arlen) hunts a public enemy (Bruce Cabot) changed by plastic surgery.
I Sent a Letter to My Love (1981)
Middle-aged Louise (Simone Signoret) has spent her life looking after her disabled brother, Gilles (Jean Rochefort). Their only regular visitor is baker Yvette (Delphine Seyrig). Lonely and seeking romantic companionship, Louise places a personal ad in the newspaper. Unfortunately, the only response comes from her brother, but Louise decides to continue the correspondence as "Beatrice." Their letters grow increasingly devoted and romantic -- until Gilles asks to meet his pen pal.
El Campeón del Barrio (1964)
To win a woman's heart, a man gets into boxing and is being coached by the father of the woman he loves.
Blood Promise (2008)
A young couple move next to the house of a grieving man who has lost his wife. He picks fights with the new neighbors, but the woman tries to help him get past the grief -- even though her attempts create problems in her marriage.
A Los Angeles martial-arts instructor (Jillian Kesner) goes to the Philippines to find her sister.
A sheriff goes on the run after he is unjustly accused of murder.
Don't Think I've Forgotten: Cambodia's Lost Rock and Roll (2014)
Cambodian musicians chart the history of music in their country.
Massacre at Fort Holman (1974)
After surrendering Fort Holman to the Confederacy without there being a single shot fired, Col. Pembroke (James Coburn) faces public disgrace and a potential court-martial unless he's able to recapture the fort now held by the power-mad Maj. Ward (Telly Savalas). To help him on this mission, Pembroke enlists a ragtag bunch of condemned men who are promised their freedom should they survive. Despite much internal strife, the group gradually comes together in time for the assault.
The Revengers' Comedies (1998)
Businessman Henry Bell (Sam Neill) and society woman Karen Knightly (Helena Bonham Carter) meet on London's Tower Bridge, where they are both contemplating suicide. After talking, they decide to go for coffee, and together they plot to take murderous revenge on each other's nemeses -- Bruce Tick (Steve Coogan), who took Bell's job, and Imogen Staxton-Billing (Kristin Scott Thomas), who married Knightly's ex-lover. Things become complicated, however, when Bell begins to fall for Imogen.
Over the Waves (1950)
The biography of the famous Mexican waltz composer Juventino Rosas.
Honey & Clover (2006)
This film is adapted from the anime series about five art school students who navigate the emotional peaks and valleys of university life. Three male students all live in the same apartment building, and, when two of them fall for the same girl, their friendship is tested. Both Takemoto (Sh Sakurai) and Morita (Yusuke Iseya) long for Hagu (Y Aoi), a new student at the school. Takemoto attempts to play it cool, while Morita tries a bit too hard to get her attention.
Del Can Can al Mambo (1951)
In a girls-only school with strict rules, a revolution begins thanks to the music of Prez Prado.
El Chanfle II (1981)
The strangest of the traditional soccer fans has been involved in many entanglements and bewildering intricacies because of his honesty.
Expencive Porno Movie (2014)
An experimental surf movie.
The Inhabited Island (2008)
While traveling through space in the year 2157, a member of Free Search Group makes an emergency landing on an unknown planet.
El Complot Mongol (1978)
A Mexican police officer investigates a plot to assassinate the president of the United States, who is visiting Mexico.
The Contestant (2007)
A teacher (Leonardo Sbaraglia) needs economic advice after winning a fortune on a quiz show.
El Día de la Boda (1967)
Three partners and their spouses are going to a wedding and find a former classmate whose daughter excites the men.