Fired from an elite SWAT team, a desperate man (Don "The Dragon" Wilson) becomes involved in an underworld caper.
Sensation Seekers (1927)
A free-spirited flapper (Billie Dove) falls in love with a staid minister (Raymond Bloomer), but fear of ruining his reputation causes her to marry another man (Huntley Gordon).
Goin' to Town (1944)
The owners of a general store and their neighbors become the butt of a phony oil promoter's expensive practical joke.
Two apartment dwellers draw fire from murderous vigilantes when they shelter one of the group's escaped victims.
A professional skateboarder drifts through life with seemingly little regard for adult responsibilities, preferring instead to skate in abandoned pools and camp in friends' yards.
The Virgin Witch (1970)
Two sisters fall prey to a coven while pursuing modeling careers in London.
Old Mother Riley Meets the Vampire (1952)
An Irish scullery maid attempts to thwart a mad scientist's scheme to conquer the world with a monster robot.
A Jumpin' Night in the Garden of Eden (1987)
The musical genre known as klezmer, a heavily improvised celebratory form developed by Eastern European Jews, has a mysterious history. This documentary traces the evolutions of two pioneering klezmer bands, the Klezmer Conservatory Band and Kapelye, uncovering some of the genre's shrouded roots. Featuring a wealth of performance and compositional footage, the film also documents the transition from the old guard of klezmer to the new age that took off in America in the early 20th century.
Earl of Puddlestone (1940)
An elderly patriarch attempts to elevate his granddaughter's social status by fabricating her noble lineage.
The Earth Cries Out (1949)
Two Jews and their former British comrade land on opposite sides of the Palestine issue following World War II.
Two men (David Warner, Steve Antin) talk, one more than the other, while driving through Los Angeles on their way to work.
The Pee Wee: The Winter That Changed My Life (2012)
Janeau moves to a new city after his mother dies, and he joins a hockey team. His teammates are jealous of his talent, but he befriends the skilled goalkeeper as they prepare for a tournament.
The Sleeping Beauty (1964)
The Kirov Ballet performs the fairy tale of Princess Aurora (Alla Sizova) and Prince Desire (Yury Solovyov), with music by Tchaikovsky.
A poet sells his collectibles to hire a male stripper on New Years Eve.
Marxists (Kimberly Flynn, Christopher Renstrom, Johnny Kabalah) indulge their half-baked fantasy of a revolution on New York's Lower East Side.
The Plague Dogs (1982)
In this animation, Snitter (John Hurt) and Rowf (Christopher Benjamin) are two dogs trapped in a lab where they are repeatedly abused for testing purposes. One day, they accidentally find a way to unlock their cages and escape. In the wild, they must struggle to survive with the help of their guide, the Tod (James Bolam), a fox. Despite their hopes for a better life, they are discouraged by the increasing lack of food and vicious rumors the government is spreading that they carry the plague.
Aurelie Laflamme's Diary (2010)
Aurlie thinks she was left on Earth by aliens and is not interested in finding a soul mate.
Perfect Profile (1989)
A computer program selects a female basketball star as the necessary component to lead a men's team to the championship.
Free Birds (2010)
A sparrow changes his appearance and a canary escapes from her cage in two tales that are part of a collection of stories about birds.
Ride on, Vaquero (1941)
The Cisco Kid (Cesar Romero) puts a stop to border-town kidnappers who are using his name.
Insurance Investigator (1951)
An undercover man (Richard Denning) finds a double-indemnity racket behind a real-estate man's death.
The Pirate of the Black Hawk (1958)
A pirate and his loyal crew try to stop an evil man from taking over a throne and marrying the kidnapped daughter of a duke.
Oh, Doctor! (1925)
Thinking he is about to die, a hypochondriac (Reginald Denny) enters a sanitarium and falls for a nurse (Mary Astor).
No Secrets (1991)
Three teenage girls play dangerous games with a handsome stranger (Adam Coleman Howard) who has something to hide.
Serial murderer Art Stoner (Tom Berenger) kills a professor who was planning to vacation at a remote lighthouse in Oregon. Stoner assumes his victim's identity and moves into the lighthouse himself. There he meets Mike O'Conner (Tygh Runyan), a young man with a checkered past, whose caring older sister, Kate (Rachel Hayward), helped him get a job looking after the lighthouse. Posing as the professor, Art gets close to the siblings, but all the while he secretly plots his next kill.
Jailbird Rock (1988)
A young dancer in prison helps plan an escape using a musical show as cover.
The Last Riders (1990)
An ex-member (Erik Estrada) of a motorcycle gang seeks revenge on them and the police who have lied to them.
The Stationmaster's Wife (1977)
A woman (Elisabeth Trissenaar) destroys her civil-servant husband (Kurt Raab) by adultery during Hitler's rise in Germany.
Between Friends (2011)
Two generations of Trinidadians expose the hopes, secrets, lies and betrayals in their lives.
Hack O'Lantern (1987)
A young man under the influence of his evil grandfather can only achieve manhood through a Halloween-night murder.
Who Cares? (2012)
Sex trade workers become caught in a cycle of addiction, violence and prostitution.
The Duke Wore Jeans (1958)
A British nobleman tries to encourage a match between his son and the daughter of an oil baron.
The Vintage (1957)
Two Italian brothers (Mel Ferrer, John Kerr) flee to France and hide out as vineyard workers with two sisters.
The Italian (1915)
When fortune no longer favors Beppo Donnetti (George Beban) in his homeland of Italy, he sets off for the welcoming shores of America, telling his beloved Annette (Clara Williams) that he will send for her upon successfully settling into a new life. After Beppo secures a job as a shoeshiner, he and Annette are reunited and soon have a child, but their happiness is short-lived. Their baby falls ill, setting into motion a chain of events that finds Beppo in jail and Annette desperate for money.
Captain Kronos: Vampire Hunter (1972)
Debonair supernatural expert Captain Kronos (Horst Janson) and his hunchbacked assistant, Grost (John Cater), meet their match when they encounter a village where vampires have been stealing the vitality of young women, leaving them elderly and decrepit. Armed with his sword and formidable deductive reasoning, Kronos begins to solve the macabre mystery, with evidence pointing to the aristocratic Lady Durward (Wanda Ventham) and her family as prime suspects.
Pyar Jhukta Nahin (1984)
A wealthy man objects to his daughter's romance with a poor photographer.
A timid, quirky young man (Maurizio Nichetti) creates a robot-double to woo a woman he likes.
Conqueror of Maracaibo (1960)
A pirate accused of treason saves Spanish ships from other pirates and gets even with his enemy.
A piano tuner from Steinway tries to find the perfect pitch.
The Outskirts (1998)
Russian farmer Filipp Safronov (Yuri Dubrovin) is dispossessed of his land by a shadowy group of government officials who hand it over to a powerful oil company. So Filipp rounds up some of his angriest and most violent friends and hits the road, planning to figure out exactly who is in control and then exact revenge. They track down corrupt bureaucrats one by one and torture them until they reveal who gave them their orders, following the trail of rapacious capitalism all the way to Moscow.
Tonight We Raid Calais (1943)
An English commando (John Sutton) spotlights a Nazi munitions plant for RAF bombers in France.
Tres Muchachas de Jalisco (1964)
After a notice, two women travel to Guadalajara only to discover that the husband of one of them is getting married to someone else.
20,000 Eyes (1961)
An investment counselor turns jewel thief when the gangster he embezzled funds from demands to be paid back.
Blood on the Streets (1974)
An unlucky French gangster (Alain Delon) vows to avenge the slaying of his partner by a rival gang in 1930s Marseille.
You Have to Run Fast (1961)
Gangland killers catch up to a doctor (Craig Hill) hiding as a store clerk in a country town.
There's Nothing Out There (1990)
An alien monster eyes a cabin of teenagers, including a horror-film buff (Craig Peck) who sees it coming.
The Cosmic Eye (1971)
Maureen Stapleton and Dizzy Gillespie lend their voices to this story of alien musicians who come to Earth.
Nosotros los Chemos (2001)
Kids believe they can survive on the streets only by getting involved with drugs.
Fangs of the Arctic (1953)
A Mountie and his trusted canine companion set out to nab an outlaw gang of fur trappers.
All Men Are Apes (1965)
A promiscuous young woman finds success as a professional stripper and goes bananas for her hairy erotic-dance partner.
The Idiot (1951)
In post-World War II Japan, childlike veteran Kinji (Masayuki Mori) suffers from post-traumatic stress-induced seizures, and, after treatment at a mental health institution in Okinawa, he returns to his hometown. There he meets and becomes romantically caught up with two women -- Taeko (Setsuko Hara) and Ayako (Yoshiko Kuga). Another man, Denkichi (Toshir Mifune), is passionately in love with Taeko, too. So when Kinji begins favoring Taeko, a violent conflict erupts between the two men.
Father's Wild Game (1950)
An irate citizen decides to trap his own game rather than pay outrageous store prices for meat.
Van Veeteren: Münsters Fall (2005)
A lawman (Sven Wollter) investigates the stabbing death of a wealthy wine merchant.
Bodyguards and Assassins (2009)
In 1906 Hong Kong, a newspaper editor and a tycoon learn of an assassination plot against Sun Yat-sen, and recruit a small band of ordinary men and women to protect him.
It Shouldn't Happen to a Dog (1946)
An editorial prank puts a newsman (Allyn Joslyn) on a case with a detective (Carole Landis) and her Doberman pinscher.
Rat Fink (1965)
A sadistic rock singer (Schuyler Hayden) will do whatever it takes to become a star. After seducing an older woman in order to steal money from her, the singer travels to Hollywood, Calif., and hires an agent (Hal Bokar), eventually engaging in an affair with the man's wife (Warrene Ott). Meanwhile, he also impregnates a clueless teenager (Judy Hughes) and then forces her to get an abortion from a veterinarian, only to promptly dump her when he suddenly becomes famous.
Eric Fane (Richard Barthelmess) is a composer unwilling to compromise his dream for a steady job back home in the United States. After his studies in Italy, he moves to Paris, where he is forced to write popular songs for money when he stops receiving support from his father. He tires of selling out and, after an encounter with the mob, starts to travel. He begins a madcap journey from Paris to Port Said, Egypt, and to the South Seas, where he believes he has found love with Teita (Bessie Love).
Hooray for Love (1935)
A singer (Ann Sothern) wants her father to marry a rich woman so he can bail out her boyfriend's (Gene Raymond) latest show.
French Conspiracy (1973)
A journalist (Jean-Louis Trintignant) lures a developing nation's leader (Gian Maria Volonte) to Paris, supposedly to make a television show.
The Disenchantment (1976)
Filmmaker Jaime Chvarri interviews the wife and three children of a Spanish poet who died in 1962.
Mi Compadre Capulina (1989)
Capulina is taken to prison for crimes he didn't commit. His neighbor helps free him but soon after he gets into trouble again.
A Box for Rob (2012)
Rob Spencer's world begins to unravel when a dark secret from his childhood becomes reality when a murder happens.
False Faces (1943)
A district attorney sets out to vindicate his son who's been accused of murdering a nightclub singer.
Spring Parade (1940)
A Hungarian woman (Deanna Durbin) attends a fair and buys a card from a Gypsy fortuneteller who predicts that she will marry and be happy. Then she meets a handsome army drummer and helps him become a famous composer.
A Date With Death (1959)
A drifter (Gerald Mohr) takes a slain policeman's identity to avenge his murder and break up gangster rackets.
An English admiral (James Mason) needs an eccentric lord (Roger Moore) and his frogmen to save oil rigs and a ship from a mad bomber (Anthony Perkins).
Okay, America! (1932)
A gossip columnist rises to fame.
The Corn Is Green (1979)
Determined to educate the town's illiterate children, schoolmarm L.C. Moffat (Katharine Hepburn) opens a school in a dismal Welsh coal-mining community. Battling both the ignorance of the villagers and the contrary local squire (Bill Fraser), Miss Moffat becomes increasingly discouraged until she sees extraordinary potential in one of her students, Morgan Evans (Ian Saynor). When Morgan fathers an illegitimate child, the teacher fears her pupil's chance at a college education may be destroyed.
Luxury Liner (1948)
Capt. Jeremy Bradford (George Brent) has a particularly exciting luxury-liner cruise in store when he's charged with transporting a troupe of opera singers to Rio de Janeiro. Anxious to become a singer herself, Bradford's young daughter, Polly (Jane Powell), decides to skip out on school and sneak onto the ship before it departs. Angry that his daughter disobeyed him, Bradford puts her to work on the ship for punishment, but Polly has her own ideas about how to spend the trip.
Another Wild Idea (1934)
An experimental ray gun designed to release a person's inhibitions turns a timid man (Charley Chase) into a mountain of boldness.
Pokémon the Movie: Kyurem vs. the Sword of Justice (2012)
Based on the video game.
Hombre Mirando al Sudeste (1986)
A patient in a mental hospital claims to be from another planet, but his physician doubts it.
Don Quixote, Knight Errant (2002)
In the twilight of his life, the eccentric nobleman (Juan Luis Galiardo) and Sancho Panza (Carlos Iglesias) set out to battle a horde of angry Turks.
Tiger Claws (1992)
Clawed corpses clue police detectives (Jalal Merhi, Cynthia Rothrock) to a killer of martial artists in New York.
Bill (Brian Aherne) and Bert (Cyril McLaglen) meet the same woman on the same day at the same underground station and they both want to date her. When she chooses Bill, Bert does not take the rejection lightly.
The Vanishing of Pato (2010)
In 1890, two squabbling lawmen (Nino Frassica, Maurizio Casagrande) investigate the disappearance of a banker (Neri Marcor).
Customs Agent (1950)
An undercover agent (William Eythe) tracks a medicine black market from China to California.
The Last Blood (1991)
After Red Army terrorists critically wound a high priest, they try to kill all possible donors of the holy leader's rare blood-type.
Forgotten Girls (1940)
A disillusioned factory worker is charged with the attempted murder of her mother's lover.
Forgotten Woman (1939)
A woman imprisoned for a crime she didn't commit receives unexpected help from the prosecuting attorney.
Everybody Dance (1936)
When a nightclub singer (Cicely Courtneidge) must take care of her late sister's children, she moves them to a farm.
Love Unto Death (1984)
An archaeologist (Pierre Arditi) and a Frenchwoman (Sabine Azma) fall deeply in love, until his encounter with death shatters their lives.
Neutral Port (1940)
When a port refuses to let a captain (Will Fyffe) seize a Nazi supply ship after his is torpedoed, he takes matters into his own hands.
Twigson in Trouble (2011)
A boy (Adrian Grnnevik Smith) finds an abandoned baby while searching for his little friend (sleik Engmark).
Bands on the Run: The Rubber Band Movie (2011)
Five rubber bands fall off a delivery truck and make their way to a toy store so they can be bought by children.
Naked Fury (1959)
Four robbers kill a night watchman and take his daughter hostage.
Machine Gun Mama (1944)
Two truckers from Brooklyn set out for Mexico with their pet elephant for some south-of-the-border excitement.
Jane Doe: The Wrong Face (2005)
Agent Davis (Lea Thompson) must find the U.S. attorney's missing wife and ensure that a long-term investigation does not fall apart.
An ex-convict (Matthew Stefiuk) tries to save the daughter (Cassandra Petrella) of a gangster (Xavier Sotelo) from three kidnappers.