White Lies (2013)
White Lies is a 2013 New Zealand film directed by Dana Rotberg, based on the Witi Ihimaera novel, Medicine Woman. The film stars Whirimako Black, Antonia Prebble, and Rachel House. The film premiered in New Zealand cinemas on 27 June 2013. It was screened in the Contemporary World Cinema section at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival. The film was selected as the New Zealand entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 86th Academy Awards, but it was not nominated.
Destiny (Arabic: المصير, translit. Al-massir) is a 1997 French-Egyptian historical drama film directed by Youssef Chahine. It was screened out of competition at the 1997 Cannes Film Festival. The film was selected as the Egyptian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 70th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee. The film is about Averroes, a 12th-century philosopher from Andalusia who would be known as the most important commentator on Aristotle.
Salute is a 2008 Australian documentary film written, directed and produced by Matt Norman. It is about Norman's uncle, Australian track athlete Peter Norman, specifically the actions he took at the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City.
The Siege of Firebase Gloria (1989)
The Siege of Firebase Gloria is a 1989 film starring Wings Hauser and R. Lee Ermey that was filmed in the Philippines. According to a question and answer period in Sydney, director Brian Trenchard-Smith said that R. Lee Ermey wrote the screenplay.
Crimes Of Fashion (2004)
Crimes of Fashion is a 2004 comedy television film that aired on July 25, 2004 on the ABC Family. It stars Kaley Cuoco and Megan Fox and was directed by Stuart Gillard.
The Fifteen Streets (1989)
In northern England around 1900, the worker John O'Brien lives near poverty in a small house in the worker's district. He falls in love with Mary, the teacher of his highly intelligent younger sister Kathy and daughter of a rich family. Their love is doomed by the social difference, but the vigorous Mary refuses to allow outer circumstances destroying their love.
Attack of the Killer Tomatoes! (1978)
Attack of the Killer Tomatoes is a 1978 musical horror black comedy film directed, produced, edited, scored and co-written by John DeBello and co-writer David Miller, who also starred as the lead role. The film is a spoof of B movies. Made on a budget of less than US$100,000, the story involves tomatoes becoming sentient by unknown means and revolting against humanity. Writing credits were shared by DeBello, Costa Dillon, and Stephen Peace.
The success of the film led to three sequels, all directed and co-written by DeBello.
Let's Talk (2006)
Essence and Maurice can feel the sexual chemistry growing in their new relationship until the issue of HIV testing is raised.
Kentucky is a 1938 Technicolor film with Loretta Young, Richard Greene, and Walter Brennan. It was directed by David Butler. It is a Romeo and Juliet story of lovers Jack and Sally, set amidst Kentucky horseracing, in which a family feud goes back to the Civil War and is kept alive by Sally's Uncle Peter.
Ming of Harlem: Twenty One Storeys in the Air (2014)
Antoine Yates shares his Harlem hi-rise apartment with a tiger and an alligator.
Death Note: The Last Name (2006)
Death Note 2: The Last Name is a 2006 Japanese film directed by Shūsuke Kaneko. The film is the second in a series of live-action Japanese films released in 2006 based on the Death Note manga and anime series by Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata. The film primarily centers on a university student named: Light Yagami, who decides to rid the world of the crime element with the help of an otherworldly notebook that kills anyone whose name is written in it, under the alias of a controversial serial-killer: "Kira", while evading capture from a Tokyo police task-force, led by an enigmatic and highly-intelligent criminal profiler: "L", who is determined to find and apprehend Light. The film was produced by Nippon Television, and distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures Japan. It was licensed by VIZ Pictures. A spin-off, L: Change the World, was released in 2008. A sequel, Death Note: Light Up the New World, was released in 2016.
Shanghai is a 2010 American neo-noir/political thriller film directed by Mikael Håfström, starring John Cusack and Gong Li. The film was released in China on June 17, 2010. The film was released in the United States on October 2, 2015, in a limited release.
Jolson Sings Again (1949)
One of the greatest musicals ever made, THE JOLSON STORY is an electrifying cavalcade of lavish production numbers with an all-star cast. Winning Academy Awards(r) for Musical Scoring and Sound Recording, the film also received four Academy Award(r) nominations in 1946, including Best Actor for Larry Parks' portrayal of Al Jolson. The film traces the meteoric singing/performing career of Asa Yoelson,a talented cantor's son determined to make it big in the "biz." After changing his name to Al Jolson, Asa captivates audiences everywhere as a spellbinding minstrel and jazz performer. Featuring 25 songs by Jolson and big hits such as "My Mammy" and "You Made Me Love You," THE JOLSON STORY is a compelling tribute to an incomparable performer once hailed as America's Greatest Entertainer!
Mundeyan Ton Bachke Rahin (2014)
Mundeyan Ton Bachke Rahin is a Punjabi romantic comedy film starring Roshan Prince, Jassi Gill, Simran Kaur Mundi, Sunny Gill, Bharti Singh and Anshu (Preeto) Sawhney.
Do Ladke Dono Kadke (1979)
Do Ladke Dono Kadke is a 1979 Bollywood drama film directed by Basu Chatterjee.The film produced and music composed by Hemant Kumar
Die Die Delta Pi (2013)
A sorority prank goes horribly awry when a sister is burned to death; and now someone wants revenge.
Real, known in Japan as Riaru: Kanzennaru Shuchō Ryū no Hi (リアル〜完全なる首長竜の日〜) is a 2013 Japanese science fiction drama film directed by Kiyoshi Kurosawa, starring Takeru Satoh and Haruka Ayase. It is Kurosawa's first feature film since Tokyo Sonata (2008). It is based on Rokuro Inui's novel A Perfect Day for Plesiosaur. The film was released on June 1, 2013 in Japan. It was shown at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival, and at the 2013 New York Film Festival.
For Those Who Can Tell No Tales (2013)
For Those Who Can Tell No Tales is a 2013 Bosnian drama film directed by Jasmila Žbanić. It was screened in the Special Presentation section at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival.
Pelle the Conqueror (1987)
Pelle the Conqueror (Danish: Pelle Erobreren, Swedish: Pelle erövraren) is a 1987 Danish-Swedish drama film co-written and directed by Bille August, based upon the famous 1910 novel of the same name by Danish writer Martin Andersen Nexø. The film was critically acclaimed, winning the Palme d'Or at the 1988 Cannes Film Festival, the 1988 Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film and numerous other awards.
The film tells the story of two Swedish immigrants to Denmark, a father and son, who try to build a new life for themselves. It stars Pelle Hvenegaard as the young Pelle, with Max von Sydow as his father, and also features Axel Strøbye and Astrid Villaume.
Married To It (1993)
Tale of three different couples (Yuppies, Hippies, and Society Folk) who find some common ground and become friends after being assigned to the same school project. Their lives are turned upside down by divorce, indictment, and sex but their friendship remains strong.
Container is a Swedish film by Lukas Moodysson. It premiered at the 56th Berlin International Film Festival on February 10, 2006.
The movie is in black and white and was described by Moodysson as "a silent movie with sound". The only sound in the film is a spoken stream-of-consciousness monologue which is only loosely related to the visuals.
It was shot in Cluj, Romania, Chernobyl, Ukraine and Trollhättan, Sweden.
Antarctic Edge: 70° South (2015)
Oceanographer Oscar Schofield and a team of researchers try to understand climate change by studying its effects on a rapidly declining species of penguin.
Hotel Congress (2014)
Two would-be lovers spend a platonic weekend together in a hotel while hiding from their spouses.
Secrets large and small threaten to tear a family (Nancho Novo, Elvira Mnguez) apart.
Dead End City (1988)
It is an urban nightmare come true as gang warfare rules the streets. A corrupt cop allows one gang to rule the streets, but one street-tough resident will not be bullied and the action explodes as he fights back.
The Submarine Kid (2016)
The Submarine Kid is a 2015 American drama film, directed by Eric Bilitch and written by Bliltch and Finn Wittrock. The film stars Finn Wittrock and Emilie de Ravin, with supporting performances from Jack Coleman, Nancy Travis, Alphonso McAuley, Hunter Cope, and Joe Massingill. The film had its world premiere on November 12, 2015 at the Napa Valley Film Festival. The film was scheduled to be released through video on demand on January 12, 2016, by MarVista Entertainment.
That Man Bolt (1973)
That Man Bolt is a 1973 action film directed by David Lowell Rich and Henry Levin. It stars Fred Williamson in the title role of a courier and Byron Webster. The film combined several genres: blaxploitation, the martial arts film, and James Bond superspy films (with some postures featuring the tagline "He's Bonded"). It was filmed in Hong Kong, Macau and the USA and featured several martial arts experts in action: Mike Stone, World Professional Light Heavyweight Karate Champion, Kenji Kazama Japan Kick-boxing Champion, Emil Farkas, European Black Belt Karate Champion, and David Chow, Former California State Judo Champion. It was titled Operation Hong Kong outside the United States. Peter Crowcroft wrote the novelization of the screenplay.
The Little Queen (2014)
A cyclist (Laurence Leboeuf) is just two races away from winning the World Cup before a doping scandal threatens to derail her career.
Redwood Curtain (1995)
Redwood Curtain is a 1995 American dramatic TV movie created by Hallmark Hall of Fame, and directed by John Korty based upon the 1993 Broadway play of the same name by Lanford Wilson. Starring Jeff Daniels, Lea Salonga, Debra Monk and John Lithgow, the film debuted on ABC on April 23, 1995.
Metalhead is a 2013 Icelandic drama film written and directed by Ragnar Bragason. It was screened in the Contemporary World Cinema section at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival.
A fly-on-the-wall film crew follow cult Comedy Rock Band ‘Dead Cat Bounce’ on a desperate quest across Europe to reunite lead singer Jim with his long lost father, who he believes is the legendary rock singer and Whitesnake frontman David Coverdale. Crossing Ireland, England, Norway & Denmark the band follow the Whitesnake Forevermore tour across Europe. They’ve got no money and no idea what they’re doing – just blind faith that one day soon Jim will be sharing a jacuzzi in a 5 star hotel with the Dad of his dreams.
The Stolen Years (2013)
The Stolen Years is a 2013 romance and dramatic film directed by Wong Chun-chun and starring Bai Baihe, Joseph Chang and Christine Fan.
Christmas on Mars (2008)
Christmas on Mars is a science fiction film from the alternative rock band The Flaming Lips, written and directed by the band's frontman, Wayne Coyne, and featuring the entire band in the cast, as well as many of their associates, including Steve Burns, Adam Goldberg, and Fred Armisen.
The film began development in 2001, filming was completed in October 2005, and the film premiered on May 25, 2008 at the Sasquatch! Music Festival. For its general release in the United States, Christmas on Mars was booked into several dozen cities for unconventional screenings, in venues which included a former Ukrainian Socialist Social Club in New York City. The film was released in three different packages on November 11, 2008 through conventional retailers as well as through the band's website. A vinyl edition was released November 25, 2008.
To Die Like a Man (2009)
To Die like a Man (Portuguese: Morrer Como Um Homem) is a 2009 Portuguese drama film directed by João Pedro Rodrigues, produced by the production company Rosa Filmes. It tells the story of a homosexual drag-queen at the end of his career. The cast includes several Portuguese real-life drag-queens, with no previous, or little, acting experience. The story has been allegedly inspired by the real story of Joaquim Centúrio de Almeida (artistic name: Ruth Bryden), a Portuguese drag-queen, and has motivated a lawsuit on account of plagiarism of a biographical book on the life of Almeida by the late author Carlos Castro, who was murdered in 2011.
Sutrula is a 2014 Indian Tamil thriller film written and directed by V. Rajesh Alfred. The film features Richard Rishi, Mithun, Prajin, Sandra Amy, Srija, and Ankitha in the lead roles. The music was composed by Bharani with editing by G. Sasikumar and cinematography by Ravisamy. The film released on 19 December 2014.
Hill of Pleasures (2013)
Brazilian police try to maintain law and order in the slums of Rio de Janeiro.
A Pact (2013)
In the 1980s, Paul tricks Georg into handing over Anna, his girlfriend, and agrees Georg can have her back whenever he wishes. Years later, Paul fears Georg wants Anna, now his wife and the mother of his two children, back when he becomes his boss.
Fluffy is a 1965 American comedy film written by Samuel Roeca, directed by Earl Bellamy, and starring Tony Randall. The storyline concerns a scientist's effort to prove that a wild animal (in this case, a lion named Fluffy) can be made into a pet with proper training.
Meet Market (2004)
Meet Market is a 2004 film directed by Charlie Loventhal and starring Alan Tudyk, Krista Allen, Elizabeth Berkley, Laurie Holden and Julian McMahon. The movie is a comedy about singles in Los Angeles who attempt to find love in the aisles of a supermarket. The film was released directly to DVD on February 12, 2008.
All Mistakes Buried (2016)
All Mistakes Buried (formerly known as The Aftermath) is a 2015 film written/directed by Tim McCann, also written by Shaun Sanghani and Sam Trammell. The film stars Sam Trammell and Vanessa Ferlito. It was produced by Shaun Sanghani (SSS Entertainment). It had its world premiere at the Dances With Films Festival and is being distributed in the United States by Breaking Glass Pictures.
Everything Happens at Night (1939)
Everything Happens at Night is a 1939 American film. Ray Milland and Robert Cummings play competing newspapers reporters, in Switzerland, on the trail of the Nobel Prize winner Dr. Norden. Norden was supposed to have been killed in Germany. Both reporters meet, and fall in love with, a young woman who turns out to be Norden's daughter living under an assumed name. Their discovery of her father brings the Gestapo.
Aim High In Creation (2013)
Inspired to combat a new gas mine in her native Australia, a movie director travels to North Korea to learn the secrets of effective propaganda.
Murder Over New York (1940)
Murder Over New York is a 1940 mystery film starring Sidney Toler as Charlie Chan. Chan must solve a murder mystery while attending a police convention. Shemp Howard makes a cameo appearance as "Shorty McCoy."
This Year's Blonde (1980)
This Year's Blonde is a 1980 low-budgeted American television drama film, based on the Garson Kanin novel Moviola about 1950s sex symbol Marilyn Monroe. The movie starred Constance Forslund as Monroe Lloyd Bridges as Johnny Hyde and Norman Fell and was presented as part of a 3-night TV special event on NBC called Moviola: A Hollywood Saga.
This Year's Blonde was the first of two TV movies about Monroe in 1980. The second being, Marilyn: The Untold Story, starring Catherine Hicks. Both movies have been overshadowed by more big-budgeted theatrical films about the star.
Tall Tale (1995)
Patrick Swayze stars as gun-slinging, tornado-riding cowboy legend Pecos Bill in Disney's rousing Western adventure. Summoned by the imagination of a young boy, Pecos sets out to help the lad save the family farm from a greedy land-grabber. Teaming with two other larger-than-life heroes---a mighty lumberjack and a hulking railroad worker---they embark on an incredible journey where danger and surprises await at every turn.
The Hitler Gang (1944)
The Hitler Gang is a 1944 American pseudo-documentary film directed by John Farrow, which traces the political rise of Adolf Hitler. Described as a "documentary-propaganda" film by its studio, Paramount Pictures, the historical drama is based on documented fact and marks the first serious effort to portray Hitler in film. The filmmakers chose to avoid casting stars in the lead roles, assembling instead a remarkable company of lookalikes to play Hitler, Goebbels, Hess and other leading Nazis.
Shakes The Clown (1991)
Shakes the Clown is a 1991 American black comedy film directed and written by Bobcat Goldthwait, who performs the title role. It also features Julie Brown, Blake Clark, Paul Dooley, Kathy Griffin, Florence Henderson, Tom Kenny, Adam Sandler, Scott Herriott, LaWanda Page, Jack Gallagher, and a cameo by Robin Williams as Mime Jerry (using the pseudonym "Marty Fromage", an homage to an earlier film they worked in together called Tapeheads in which Goldthwait used the pseudonym "Jack Cheese"). The movie is a dark comedy about a birthday-party clown (Goldthwait) in the grip of depression and alcoholism, who is framed for murder. Different communities of clowns, mimes and other performers are depicted as clannish, rivalrous subcultures obsessed with precedence and status. This was Goldthwait's bitter satire of the dysfunctional standup comedy circuit he knew as a performer.
Tales is a 2014 Iranian drama film directed by Rakhshan Bani-E'temad. It contains seven tales about different people. It was selected to compete for the Golden Lion at the 71st Venice International Film Festival, where it won the award for Best Screenplay. It was also screened in the Contemporary World Cinema section at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival.
Miss Polly (1941)
Miss Polly is a 1941 American comedy film directed by Fred Guiol and written by Eugene Conrad and Edward E. Seabrook. The film stars ZaSu Pitts, Slim Summerville, Kathleen Howard, Brenda Forbes, Elyse Knox and Richard Clayton. The film was released on November 14, 1941, by United Artists.
A Deadly Silence (1989)
A lawyer (Mike Farrell) defends a Long Island teenager (Heather Fairfield) for hiring someone to kill her incestuous father.
3 Extremes II (2002)
Three is a 2002 horror film collaboration consisting of three omnibus segments by directors from three Asian countries. The segments are, in the following order:Memories, directed by Kim Jee-woon - dialogue in Korean
The Wheel, directed by Nonzee Nimibutr (Thailand) - dialogue in Thai
Going Home, directed by Peter Chan - dialogue in Cantonese and Mandarin
Garrincha: Lonely Star (2003)
A Brazilian soccer star leads a tumultuous life on and off the field.
The Human Body (2002)
Three years in the making, "The Human Body" reveals the incredible story of life. In astonishing detail, this large format film presents a look at the biological processes that go on without our control and often without our notice. Throughout the film we follow a family from dawn to dusk as they go about their daily routines. But this is no ordinary story. This is the tale of what takes place beneath the skin -- a tale that allows us to see the accomplishments of our everyday lives.
The Red Blood of Courage (1935)
The Red Blood of Courage is a 1935 American film directed by John English.
Mille milliards de dollars (1981)
A Thousand Billion Dollars (French: Mille milliards de dollars) is a 1982 French thriller film directed by Henri Verneuil and starring Patrick Dewaere. It tells the story of a young French journalist who discovers how an American company is using assassinations and other criminal methods to take over French industries.
The film was released in France on 10 February 1982. It recorded 1,190,673 admissions in its domestic market.
The Shape Of Things To Come (1979)
H. G. Wells' The Shape of Things to Come is a 1979 Canadian science fiction film. Although credited to H. G. Wells, the film takes only its title and some character names from The Shape of Things to Come, Wells' speculative novel from 1933. The film's plot has no relationship to the events of the book. The book predicts events such as a Second World War and the collapse of social order until a world state is formed, whereas the film involves a high-tech future involving robots and spaceships. The film was an attempt to capitalize on the popularity of such recent successes as Star Wars, and TV series such as Space: 1999 and Battlestar Galactica, although the film had only a fraction of the production budget of any of these.
Cooking Up a Tribute (2015)
Three brothers close their renowned restaurant for five weeks to take it on a tour through four different countries with their entire staff.
Andy is a 1965 dramatic film starring Norman Alden and written and directed by Richard C. Sarafian. It was Sarafian's first directing credit for a feature film.
Fighting Man of the Plains (1949)
Fighting Man of the Plains is a 1949 film directed by Edwin L. Marin. It stars Randolph Scott and Bill Williams.
Ghost Of Mae Nak (2005)
A pair of young newlyweds acquire an old abandoned house in Bangkok that soon brings them into contact with Mae Nak, a vengeful spirit of horror and despair.
Hauling is a 2010 documentary film on poor families who work as recyclers in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Carolina Skeletons (1991)
A Vietnam veteran (Louis Gossett Jr.) works with a sheriff's (Bruce Dern) daughter (Melissa Leo) to clear his brother, executed in the 1930s.
Thou Gild'st the Even (2013)
Thou Gild'st The Even (Turkish: Sen Aydınlatırsın Geceyi) is a 2013 Turkish drama film directed by Onur Ünlü.
La Corporación (2012)
Although a businessman seems to have it all, he is missing one important thing in his life.
Vivacious Lady (1938)
Ginger Rogers requested and received the perfect man for the job when she was paired with James Stewart for this riotous romance between a sizzling nightclub singer and a buttoned-down botany professor. Sent into town to retrieve an errant sib (James Ellison), Prof. Peter Morgan (Stewart) meets and marries show-stopping chanteuse Francey (Rogers) over the course of a single evening.
But the stars start crossing against the newlyweds when they travel to Morgan’s moss-backed college town to break the news to Morgan’s Mater and Pater (Beulah Bondi and Charles Coburn) and two soon finds themselves conducting a marriage incognito style. With Francey stuck posing as his brother’s girl, a fiancé left behind, a prim and proper college dean father and a mother with a heart condition arrayed against them, their marriage might be sunk before they can even announce it! Director George Steven’s first outing as a producer is a delight.
Red Princesses (2013)
Red Princesses (Spanish: Princesas rojas) is a 2013 Costa Rican drama film directed by Laura Astorga. It was selected as the Costa Rican entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 87th Academy Awards, but was not nominated.
Field of Amapolas (2012)
A Colombian farmer and his son are exiled from their village, and as the boy plays with a girl and her dog, the father goes to work in a poppy field.
Tough Assignment (1949)
Tough Assignment is a 1949 American crime film directed by William Beaudine and starring Don Barry, Marjorie Steele and Steve Brodie. It is regarded as a film noir. A Los Angeles reporter and his photographer wife investigate a criminal gang trying to establish a cartel over beef supplies to the city's butcher shops.
Seeking a better life for his children and hoping to avoid the path taken by his wayward older brother, Tru (Marqeon Green) takes a regular job, only to meet Nadine, a temptress with a dark side.
The Double Man (1967)
The Double Man is a 1967 British spy film directed by Franklin Schaffner. Its plot is very loosely based on the critically acclaimed 1958 novel Legacy of a Spy by Henry S. Maxfield. As in the novel, much of the action takes place in the Austrian Alps. The film stars Yul Brynner as a CIA agent investigating his son's fatal "accident": although he learns a few things from others, he slowly is convinced something else is happening and discovers that the Russian plan is to put another agent looking like him in place.
Bless This House (1972)
Sid Abbott (Sidney James) and his pal Trevor (Terry Scott) have a hobby - home-brewing. Their latest creation is brandy, which is secretly stashed in Sid’s shed. They discover that their new neighbour is a Customs Officer who must collect tax on all such spirits. To add to this, Sid’s chaotic family are adding to his complicated problems. A slice of Carry On style humour.
Manoranjan is a 1974 Indian Hindi film directed by Shammi Kapoor. It is a remake of Irma La Douce. Sanjeev Kumar plays Jack Lemmon's role, Zeenat Aman Shirley MacLaine's and Shammi Kapoor plays Lou Jacobi's. Hotel Casanova is called Hotel Mauj!. Among the rest of the cast are Paintal, Asit Sen and Dev Kumar.
David & Me (2014)
Ray writes letters to prison inmate David McCallum and, after he graduates from college, he intends to see that his wrongly convicted friend is set free.
The White Tower (1950)
The White Tower is a 1950 mountain film starring Alida Valli as a woman determined to fulfil her father's dream by conquering the mountain that killed her father, and Glenn Ford as the mountaineer who loves her. It is based on the novel of the same name by James Ramsey Ullman. She assembles an unusual climbing party of six people in the Swiss Alps to tackle the nearly impossible ascent of a mountain known as 'The White Tower,' which has never been climbed. While struggling together to conquer the obstacle, each climber shows his true worth, or lack of.
Clown is a 2014 American supernatural horror film directed by Jon Watts, produced by Mac Cappuccino, Eli Roth and Cody Ryder, and written by Christopher D. Ford and Watts. The film stars Laura Allen, Andy Powers, and Peter Stormare. The visual effects for the clown monster were done by Alterian, Inc. and Tony Gardner. Principal photography began in November 2012, in Ottawa. The film was released in Italy on November 13, 2014, and was released in the UK on March 2, 2015, and in the United States on June 17, 2016, by Dimension Films.
Unleashed! A Dog Dancing Story (2014)
An aspiring filmmaker and his amateur dog dancing troupe prepare to perform a dog dancing and kite flying performance.
Snow Blind (2007)
Snow Blind is a 2006 documentary film about the history, culture, and lifestyle of snowboarding. Shot over the season of 2004-2005, the film covers the origins of snowboarding, the evolution of it into an Olympic sport and the passionate participants, thrill seekers and competitors. The film was released on December 8, 2006. The DVD release date is pending. It was filmed on location in Colorado and Utah and shot entirely in HD.
Smother is a 2008 comedy film starring Diane Keaton as a mother who is over-attached to her adult son. The movie is directed by Vince Di Meglio.
De laatste reis van meneer van Leeuwen (2010)
When Van Leeuwen, a fruit farmer, has advanced Alzheimer's, his eldest son makes arrangements to care for him and the farm.
In The House Of Flies (2013)
Young lovers have their lives changed forever.
Shadows Over Shanghai (1938)
Shadows Over Shanghai is a 1938 American film directed by Charles Lamont.
Le scaphandrier (2015)
After a ship's crew is massacred off the coast, an archivist and an ambitious journalist have to find out who is behind the crime.
Shock Treatment (1973)
Shock Treatment (French: Traitement de choc) is a 1973 French drama film directed by Alain Jessua. It was released in the UK by distributor Antony Balch as Doctor in the Nude.
The Exiles (1961)
The Exiles (1961) is a film by Kent MacKenzie chronicling a day in the life of a group of twenty-something Native Americans who left reservation life in the 1950s to live in the district of Bunker Hill, Los Angeles, California. Bunker Hill was then a blighted residential locality of decayed Victorian mansions, sometimes featured in the writings of Raymond Chandler, John Fante, and Charles Bukowski. The structure of the film is that of a narrative feature, the script pieced together from interviews with the documentary subjects. The film features Yvonne Williams, Homer Nish, and Tommy Reynolds.
Down in San Diego (1941)
Down in San Diego is a 1941 American adventure film directed by Robert B. Sinclair and written by Franz Schulz and Harry Clork. The black-and-white movie was filmed in San Diego and stars Bonita Granville, Ray McDonald, Dan Dailey, Leo Gorcey, Henry O'Neill and Stanley Clements. The film was released on July 30, 1941, by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
Milk and Money (1936)
Milk and Money is a 1936 Looney Tunes animated short film directed by Tex Avery.
The LXD: The Uprising Begins (2010)
Seemingly ordinary people learn that they possess extraordinary powers.
Così è la vita (1998)
Fear turns to friendship between an escaped convict and the two men he took as hostages.
Fast Bullets (1936)
The Rangers are after Travis. When Tom catches three of his gang members, he gets Jimmy to go straight and lead him to Travis where he hopes to join the gang. But Tom is in trouble when Pat escapes from the Rangers and returns to identify him.
Moodar Koodam (2013)
Moodar Koodam (English: Fools Gathering) is a 2013 Tamil musical black comedy film written, produced and directed by debutante director Naveen. The film stars the director himself alongside newcomers Sendrayan, Rajaji and Kuberan. Oviya, Anupama Kumar and Jayaprakash play other pivotal roles. The film was produced by director Naveen himself under the "White Shadows Productions" banner with Pandiraj releasing the movie through his Pasanga Productions. The music is by Natarajan Sankaran. This is a remake of a Korean movie "Attack at the Gas station" This film received positive reviews.
The Further Perils of Laurel and Hardy (1967)
Film historian Robert Youngson presents a feature-length anthology of rarely seen silent films by comedy legends Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy. Along with clips from many of the shorts that made the duo stars, it includes clips from a 1918 comedy starring Laurel on his own as well as scenes from three shorts Hardy made in 1917 and '18 with his original comedy partner, Billy West. To put the duo's work in context, the film briefly features other comedians who worked with producer Hal Roach.
The Gang That Couldn't Shoot Straight (1971)
The Gang That Couldn't Shoot Straight is a 1971 American Mafia comedy film directed by James Goldstone and written by Waldo Salt, based on the 1969 novel The Gang That Couldn't Shoot Straight by Jimmy Breslin, which in turn was based on the life of gangster Joe Gallo. The film stars Jerry Orbach, Leigh Taylor-Young, Jo Van Fleet, Lionel Stander, Robert De Niro and Irving Selbst. The film was released on December 22, 1971, by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
By Whose Hand? (1932)
By Whose Hand? is a 1932 American mystery film directed by Benjamin Stoloff and starring Ben Lyon, Barbara Weeks and Kenneth Thomson.
Mr. Fraud (2014)
Mr. Fraud is a 2014 Indian Malayalam-language action heist film written and directed by B. Unnikrishnan and starring Mohanlal, Dev Gill, Vijay Babu, Miya, Manjari Phadnis and Pallavi Purohit. The film was produced by A. V. Anoop under the banner A. V. A Productions. The story is about a conman whose task is to plunder the treasure from a royal household.
Baabul (Hindi: बाबुल, Urdu: بابُل, English: Father's Affection to daughter) is a 2006 Bollywood drama film, directed by Ravi Chopra. The movie stars Amitabh Bachchan, Rani Mukerji, John Abraham, Hema Malini and Salman Khan. The movie was dubbed in Telugu as Premabhishekam. The movie celebrates B. R. Chopra's 50 years in cinema. The movie was appreciated for the bonding shown between Salman Khan and Amitabh Bachchan but it was declared a flop at the box office.Due to poor collection.
Bachke Rehna Re Baba (2005)
Bachke Rehna Re Baba is a 2005 Indian Hindi adult comedy film directed by Govind Menon, starring Rekha, Paresh Rawal, Mallika Sherawat and Satish Shah. The film's plot is inspired by the 2001 American film Heartbreakers.
Warriors of Virtue: The Return to Tao (2002)
Warriors of Virtue: The Return to Tao (also known as simply Warriors of Virtue 2 or Warriors of Virtue 2: The Return to Tao) is a 2002 fantasy martial arts film, the straight-to-DVD sequel to the 1997 film Warriors of Virtue. This is the last film to star actor Kevin Smith, who died in February 2002 after falling from a prop tower.
N.Y.P.D. Mounted (1991)
A Montana cowboy (Dan Gauthier) and a Brooklyn native (Dennis Franz) become police partners on horseback in New York.
La Marseillaise (1938)
La Marseillaise is a (1938) film about the early part of the French Revolution. The film was directed by Jean Renoir. La Marseillaise is shown from the eyes of the citizens of Marseille, counts in German exile and, of course the king Louis XVI each showing their own small problems.
Madagascar 3D (2013)
The unique flora and fauna of the island nation.