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Abduction (2011)
When teenager Nathan comes across his own childhood picture while scrolling through a missing persons website, he begins to question everything he ever took for granted -- including the people he always assumed were his parents.

A Complete History of My Sexual Failures (2008)
After failing to find true love in any of his past relationships, Chris Waitt resolves to discover exactly what is wrong with him. Thinking that others have a better idea of his faults than he does, he sets out to find and question old girlfriends.

Across The Tracks (1989)
Even-tempered Joe (Brad Pitt) dreams of obtaining a track scholarship. His brother, Billy (Rick Schroder), is a teenage rebel with a fiery temper who's recently been paroled from reform school. When Joe talks Billy into joining a rival school's track team, he unexpectedly finds himself racing against his brother with the scholarship hanging in the balance. An interesting early role for Pitt (shortly before he became a sex symbol and megastar).

A French Gigolo (2008)
Josiane Balasko's part farce, part drama centers on Judith, an entrepreneur in her 50s who gets caught in a tangle of emotions with sensitive, money-strapped prostitute Patrick and his cute wife, Fanny.

Alila (2004)
A Tel Aviv apartment complex is full of fodder for juicy gossip, including a budding friendship that gets neighbors talking; an illegal wing being added to the building; a man coping with legal issues, a missing son and an unfaithful wife; and more.

Angel (2007)
In this adaptation of a novel by British author Elizabeth Taylor, Romola Garai plays Angel, a grocer's daughter who writes her way to the life she'd imagined when her success as a romance novelist enables her to buy the country mansion of her dreams. True paradise, however, remains elusive in this satire of period melodramas directed by François Ozon and co-starring Michael Fassbender, Sam Neill and Charlotte Rampling.

Angelina Ballerina: Dance Of Friendship (2004)
Tag along with playful little mouse Angelina Ballerina -- the main character from the celebrated children's books by Katharine Holabird -- and her pals in these friendship-themed episodes from the animated series. In "Angelina and Anya," Angelina befriends a humble country mouse whom the class wrongly accuses of stealing. Then, in "Alice's Present," a misunderstanding about a gift comes between Angelina and Alice.

Angelina Ballerina: Friends Forever (2002)
Based on the extremely popular children's books by Katharine Holabird, Angelina Ballerina follows the adventures of a pleasant young mouse with a passionate desire to become a Prima Ballerina. This collection features the stories "Ballerina Rag Doll," "Angelina's Surprise," "Arthur The Butterfly" and "Alice's Present." Also included are two live-action segments: "Helping Younger Children to Dance" and "Dancing in Character."

Angelina Ballerina: In The Wings (2004)
Follow the adventures of Angelina, an ambitious, headstrong young mouse who dreams of becoming a prima ballerina. Featured stories include "Angelina in the Wings," "Treasure Tandems," "Two Mice in a Boat" and "The Cheese Ball Cup Final."

Angelina Ballerina: Lights, Camera, Action! (2002)
Angelina is an aspiring ballerina whose dreams are so big that she'll stop at nothing to become the best ballerina Mouseland has ever seen. Based on the books by Katharine Holabird and illustrations from Helen Craig, Angelina has acquired many fans the world over, especially through her series on PBS. In this collection, Angelina decides to enter a film contest, giving herself the starring role in a tearful, over-the-top drama.

Angelina Ballerina: The Lucky Penny (2002)
When Angelina finds a lucky penny, she decides she doesn't need to practice for an important audition. But when she loses the penny, she realizes practice makes perfect after all. With Angelina's support, Alice enters a gymnastics championship and learns to overcome her fear of the balance beam. Angelina also helps her friend Anya, who's down on her luck, and helps her grandpa find his lost war medal. It's a lucky day for everyone!

Angelina Ballerina: The Magic Of Dance (2004)
Angelina Ballerina, the main character from the celebrated children's books by Katharine Holabird, comes to life in this animated series. Tag along with the playful little mouse and her friends as they embark on adventures that usually surround Angelina's desire to become a prima ballerina. Featured are the stories "William the Conjuror," "Angelina and Grandma," "Miss Lilly comes to Dinner" and "Angelina's Valentine."

Angelina Ballerina: The Nutcracker Sweet (2009)
When Angelina Ballerina lands the role of a lifetime -- dancing the part of the Sugar Plum Fairy in a holiday production of "The Nutcracker" -- her insatiable appetite for sugary foods gives her a stomachache she'll never forget.

An Officer And A Gentleman (1982)
Dreams of being a Navy pilot prompt Zack Mayo (Richard Gere) to enroll in officer training school, where he runs afoul of a drill instructor (Oscar winner Louis Gossett Jr.) who senses the cadet's loner instinct and aims to school him on the importance of teamwork -- or break him in the process. In the meantime, Mayo romances a working girl (Debra Winger), ignoring warnings to steer clear of the local lasses out to bag hotshot Navy flyboys.

Assassination Games (2011)
The indestructible Jean-Claude Van Damme returns to big-screen mayhem in this light-'em-up action thriller, with rival assassins joining forces to dismantle a global drug cartel operating in league with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency.

A Woman Is A Woman (1961)
Striptease artist Angela (Anna Karina) is desperate to have a child, but her boyfriend, Emile (Jean-Claude Brialy), isn't as anxious. Although he cares for Angela and wants to keep their relationship going, he's not ready for that kind of responsibility. Instead, he suggests that she get together with his buddy Alfred (Jean-Paul Belmondo) -- a proposal Angela ultimately accepts, to Emile's shock and dismay. Frenchman Jean-Luc Godard directs.

Bad Boy Street (2012)
This sultry drama set in Paris follows the unlikely romance between two strangers. When Claude finds Brad passed out in an alley, he takes him home. The next morning, sparks fly between the older Frenchman and the handsome vacationing American.

Barney: Barney's Colorful World Live (2004)
Boisterous purple dinosaur Barney takes to the stage for this live performance of his most popular songs, combined with colorful scenery and props designed to keep even the littlest eyes captivated. The jam-packed set of more than 25 songs includes favorites "If You're Happy and You Know It," "If All the Raindrops" and "B-I-N-G-O." Also on board are Baby Bop and BJ, who join Barney for the series of musical adventures.

Barney: Best Fairy Tales (2010)
Whether green, yellow or purple, friendships come in all colors, as happy-go-lucky Barney, pickle-loving B.J. and Baby Bop demonstrate in this crop of fairy tale classics that includes "Jack and the Beanstalk" and "Goldilocks and the Three Bears." Through songs and skits, the dynamic dino and his animated pals convey the way friends pull together in such stories as "Three Billy Goats Gruff," "The Tortoise and the Hare" and "Little Boy Blue."

Barney: Let's Go On Vacation (2009)
Barney, Baby Bop and BJ pack their bags for a musical adventure around the world in this family-friendly special about new faces, exotic places and making friends wherever you go -- whatever the destination.

Barney: Let's Go To The Farm (2004)
Join in the fun with Barney, Baby Bop and BJ as they take a field trip to a farm, where they play with baby animals, go for rides on ponies and learn all about how to grow fruits and vegetables.

Barney: Let's Pretend With Barney (2003)
Joined by his friends Baby Bop and B.J., Barney leads the crew in an exciting game of make-believe, as they use their imaginations to build an airplane and embark on a treasure-seeking island adventure. In addition the tropical island escapades, this fun-filled release also boasts the "What Can It Be?" read-along, the "Loop de Loop" counting game, the "Who's Your Neighbor?" featurette and 12 catchy tunes from the purple dinosaur's jukebox.

Barney: Movin' And Groovin' With Barney (2004)
Barney and his friends can't get enough of music as they learn all about rhythm and how to make and play their own special instruments. Barney finds out what it takes to be the bandleader as his friends do the Baby Bop Hop and the Dino Dance.

Barney: Sharing Is Caring (2009)
Barney rediscovers the fun of sharing when he and his friends donate their old toys to a toy drive. Soon, the whole gang is telling stories and singing songs. Then, join Barney and friends for two fun games.

Barney: We Love Our Family (2009)
Joined by his pals Baby Bop and BJ, Barney, the world's most beloved purple dinosaur, celebrates the joys of mothers, fathers, grandparents, babies and all the loving people who make up our families.

Beach Blanket Bingo (1965)
In this fifth installment of the Beach franchise, Bonehead falls for a mermaid, and dimwitted biker Eric Von Zipper and his gang terrorize the seaside crowd. Meanwhile, Frankie and Dee Dee break up and make up as they skydive, surf and sing.

Beauty (2011)
A family man leading a staid, somber existence in South Africa is suddenly and dramatically affected by meeting the handsome 23-year-old son of his long-lost best friend. Instantly entranced, he can't stop lusting after the young man.

Beyond Hatred (2005)
This wrenching documentary chronicles the trial and aftermath of a brutal gay-bashing in France in 2002. The drowning of Francois Chenu at the hands of three neofascist skinheads leads to a lengthy trial with many unexpected revelations.

Big Money Rustlas (2010)
Bringing gangsta style to the wild west, Violent J and Shaggy 2 Dope of Insane Clown Posse star with other hip-hop vets in this tale of a tiny frontier town that's being oppressed by a cruel local strongman. Shaggy plays the gutsy sheriff Sugar Wolf, fated to go up against the crazed gambling tycoon Big Baby Chips (Violent J) and his murderous crew, including Dusty Stank (Jamie Madrox) and Hack Benjamin (Jump Steady).

Black Snake Moan (2007)
Blues musician Lazarus finds sex-addicted Rae beaten and near death, and acts as a father figure to help redeem her. But before saving anyone else, Lazarus -- whose wife deserted him -- must face his own demons.

Black Sunday (1977)
America's Super Bowl comes under terrorist fire when a band of renegade Arabs hatches a plot involving a Goodyear blimp manned by a Vietnam vet. Now, it's up to a Mossad agent working with the FBI to stop them.

Bliss (2007)
After it's discovered that Meryem (Özgü Namal) has been raped, the young girl is ostracized by her family and community, who hold her accountable for the "crime." To salvage the family name, her father, Tahsin (Emin Gursoy), orders Cemal (Murat Han) to murder Meryem. But when Cemal refuses to carry out his orders, he and Meryem escape to a seaside town and set sail with a charismatic professor (Talat Bulut).

Bob The Builder: Built For Fun (2009)
Hang out with Bob the Builder and his dependable team of machines, including Scoop the Digger, Muck the Bulldozer and Lofty the Crane, as they enjoy tons of fun playing games, learning valuable lessons and constructing cool structures from scratch. Through entertaining adventures filled with humor and positivity, this popular animated children's program promotes the importance of teamwork and friendship.

Bob the Builder: Call In The Crew (2009)
Featuring five episodes, this edition of the animated series includes a range of new tasks, from repairing a gate to aiding a family of ducks, with Bob and his crew using teamwork, determination and a positive approach to get the jobs done right. As always, Bob and his talking, singing Machine Team of handy tools -- Muck, Scoop, Digger and Roley -- illustrate the fun and challenges of construction projects.

Bob The Builder: Dig, Lift, Haul (2004)
Things are falling apart at various construction sites. Can the intrepid and hardworking Bob fix all these problems? Of course he can, with the help of his pals Wendy, Scoop, Muck, Roley, Dizzy and Lofty.

Bob The Builder: Dizzy's Favorite Adventures (2004)
Bob the Builder and his pal Dizzy rely on teamwork and can-do attitudes in these four exciting tales that find them working together to fix messy paint jobs, locate a missing camera, sort mixed-up statues and gather a flock of sheep.

Bob The Builder: Lofty's Favorite Adventures (2004)
In these lively adventures, Bob the Builder and his pal Lofty rely on positive attitudes and teamwork as they collaborate to rescue a pal in danger, chase an elephant, and help out Wendy and Mr. Bentley.

Bob The Builder: Roley's Favorite Adventures (2004)
Every child's favorite construction worker, Bob the Builder, stars in this collection that showcases his buddy Roley the Steamroller's favorite episodes: "Roley to the Rescue," "Mr. Beasley's Noisy Pipes," "Roley's Tortoise" and "Runaway Roley." Teamwork is the name of the game as the hardworking pals combine efforts to save a nest of baby birds, fix some troublesome pipes, locate a missing tortoise and wake a sleeping -- and rolling -- Roley.

Bob The Builder: Scoop's Adventures (2004)
Scoop, Bob the Builder's trusty bulldozer friend, gets to showcase his favorite adventures from the children's series in this collection of episodes: "Scoop Saves the Day," "Scoop's in Charge," "Mr. Ellis's Art Exhibition" and "Scoop Has Some Fun."

Bob The Builder: Snowed Under (2004)
In this family-friendly feature, it's up to Bob and his friends to get everything ready for the Bogglesberg version of the Winter Olympics. Bob and the crew race to finish the ski jump, the log cabin and the ice rink before the opening ceremonies.

Bob The Builder: Teamwork (2003)
Bob the Builder and his pals emphasize the value of teamwork, responsibility and cooperation in these four episodes from the award-winning children's series: "Pilchard's Pets," "Snowman Scoop," "Lofty's Long Load" and "Dizzy the Sheepdog."

Bob the Builder: The Knights Of Fix-A-Lot (2002) 
Bob the Builder is called on to fix up an old castle -- and must come to the rescue when his father mistakenly tries to do the job! Meanwhile, the medieval tales of Camelot spark the imaginations of Bob's helpful crew of machines.

Bob the Builder: The LIVE Show (2004) 
Bob the Builder and his friends are back, this time in a live show filmed before an enthusiastic audience of preschoolers in London's Wembley Arena. A crew of brightly colored construction machines -- Scoop, Lofty, Dizzy and Roley -- joins Bob and Wendy onstage for such favorite numbers as "Can We Fix It? Yes We Can," "Mambo No. 5" and more as they work to turn a city junkyard into a beautiful park. Fun for kids young and old! 

Bob the Builder: Tool Power! (2003) 
Bob, the crafty fix-it man for kids, and his playful scarecrow buddy, Spud, are back for another fun-filled episode of the wildly popular animated children's television series "Bob the Builder." Here, Bob teaches young ones about the many useful tools he works with in his everyday building adventures.

Bob the Builder: Truck Teamwork (2009)  
This collection of episodes from the hit children's show finds Bob the Builder and his trusty crew of pals learning that cooperation and perseverance can help them overcome any obstacle and get the job done. Episodes include "Breezy Bristle," "Scoop's Best Team Ever," "Go, Mr. Bentley, Go!," "Muck's Machine Wash" and "Packer's Trailer Trouble," in which a delivery mix-up puts Bob behind schedule on his task of building an ice cream shop.

Bratz: Desert Jewelz (2011)  
When some bandits crash a fashion show and nab a ring with fantastical powers, the Bratz girls hop a magic carpet in hot pursuit. Along the way, they welcome a brand-new friend to their crew and join in the search for an enchanted lamp.

Carmen & Geoffrey (2009)  
Filmmaker Linda Atkinson profiles an uncommon husband-and-wife team in this biographical portrait of dancer-choreographer Carmen De Lavallade and her spouse, Geoffrey Holder, a choreographer, painter and costume designer.

Caterina In The Big City (2005)
Twelve-year-old Caterina faces new vistas when her father is transferred to Rome. She has new classmates to win over in an environment that's a far cry from the bucolic existence of her small country hometown. Amidst the tumult, Caterina could easily lose her sense of self if not for an extraordinary Australian boy who lives in the apartment building across the way.  

Change Of Plans (2009)  
A Parisian dinner party sets the stage for this comedy of manners about a group of acquaintances and their strained, dysfunctional romantic relationships. As the guest list grows, a simple outing unravels into chaos.

Clockwise (1986)
British school headmaster Brian Stimpson (John Cleese) endures one disaster after another as he tries desperately to make it to an important speech on time in this hilarious adventure. A stickler for being punctual, Brian suffers a day of Murphy's Law as what can go wrong does indeed go very, very wrong. Alison Steadman, Penelope Wilton and Stephen Moore also star in this fitting showcase for Cleese's comedic talents.

Comanche Moon: Road to Lonesome Dove - Season 1 (2008)
The prequel to Lonesome Dove, this epic Western miniseries follows the early adventures of Texas Rangers Gus McCrae and Woodrow F. Call as they team with Capt. Inish Scull to apprehend three dangerous outlaws.

Coffy (1973)
Determined to avenge her young sister, a tough nurse goes on a bloody rampage to execute the drug dealers and corrupt cops who hooked her on heroin. Coffy appoints herself judge, jury and executioner in this classic 1970s blaxploitation flick.

Core (2003)
The Earth's inner core has stopped spinning, and scientist Josh Keyes must discover why -- before the world literally falls apart -- by burrowing into the planet's center in a vessel piloted by Maj. Beck Childs and Col. Robert Iverson.

Dances With Wolves (1990)
Wounded Civil War soldier John Dunbar (Kevin Costner) tries to commit suicide -- and becomes a hero instead. As a reward, he's assigned to his dream post, a remote junction on the Western frontier, and soon makes unlikely friends with the local Sioux tribe. This special edition of Costner's Oscar-winning directorial debut features an extended cut of the film, an audio commentary from Costner, a behind-the-scenes featurette and more.

Dark Oracle - Season 1 (2004)
Upon discovering a comic book based on their alter egos, 15-year-old twins Cally and Lance Stone are plunged into a world of danger. With their existence at stake, the two must find the answers within themselves to break free of the comic curse.

Date With An Angel (1987)
Aspiring composer Jim Sanders (Michael E. Knight) is engaged to spoiled rich girl Patty (Phoebe Cates). But the morning after his bachelor party, Jim wakes up to discover a beautiful, broken-winged angel (Emmanuelle Béart) in his pool. When everyone finds out about his heavenly houseguest, Jim must cope with a dangerously jealous fiancée, an exploitive future father-in-law and a group of buddies with an outrageous business plan!

Dead Man Running (2009)
An ex-con has 24 hours to pay a ruthless loan shark -- or else he's dead. To get his hands on as much cash as possible, he embarks on a wild adventure full of fights, shoot-outs, heists and other extreme ordeals.

Death Wish 2 (1982)
Charles Bronson slips back into the role of stoic crime-fighter Paul Kersey. This time, he contends with street thugs in his new home city, Los Angeles. After mugging Paul, the thugs break into his home and murder both his housekeeper and daughter.

Debra - Season 1 (2011)
This live-action comedic series follows a very special girl named Debra Carnegie Cameron Delong who has a mission to improve the world. The world is already big and amazing, but with an injection of teen enthusiasm it could be perfect!

Dirty Money (1972)
When nightclub owner and criminal mastermind Simon (Richard Crenna) pulls off a stunning heist in a small seaside town, the police detective sent to investigate the crime is none other than his good friend Commissaire Coleman (Alain Delon). Worse, as Coleman begins to unravel the case, Simon's girlfriend starts an affair with the cop. Directed by Jean-Pierre Melville, this intense French film noir co-stars Catherine Deneuve.

Dread (2009)
Assisted by two classmates, duplicitous Quaid conducts a devious research project examining students' innermost fears. Armed with data, Quaid methodically torments his hapless subjects, taking full advantage of their weaknesses.

Drop Zone (1994)
Tough U.S. marshal Pete Nessip's brother is killed while transporting criminal genius Earl Leedy. The hijackers have sprung Earl to help them with their plan: a scheme led by a former Drug Enforcement Administration agent to sell the DEA's secrets.

Duplex (2003)
New York City couple Alex and Nancy dream of the departure of their upstairs neighbor, who's hogging a rent-controlled apartment they'd dearly love to have. If she doesn't move out, they may have to take matters into their own hands.

Escape By Night (1960)
In Nazi-occupied Rome, Esperia (Giovanna Ralli) reluctantly takes in three fugitive Allied POWs -- British Maj. Pemberton (Leo Genn), Soviet Sgt. Fyodor (Sergei Bondarchuk) and United States pilot Bradley (Peter Baldwin) -- at the peril of her Communist lover, Renato (Renato Salvatori). Tensions simmer as the soldiers begin to fight over their beautiful captor in this little-seen wartime melodrama from ace Italian director Roberto Rossellini.

Felix The Cat: Golden Anniversary Edition (1958-1959)
Everyone's favorite cartoon cat pounces into adventure in this remastered and restored comic collection that contains all 31 full-color installments of the frisky feline's 1958-59 television series.

Finding Bliss (2009)  
Jody Balaban (Leelee Sobieski), a promising filmmaker, works at a porn studio while secretly creating her own "legit" movie when no one is looking. When she's busted, Jody is forced to work with porn director Jeff Drake (Matthew Davis) and a cast of adult film stars. What she doesn't expect is a real romance in this indie comedy from Julie Davis. Kristen Johnston, Denise Richards and Jamie Kennedy co-star.

Fireman Sam: Help Is Here! (2009) 
Racing to battle blazes in trusty fire engine Jupiter, Fireman Sam and his mates bravely protect the Welsh town of Pontypandy, saving a burning supermarket and making a heroic helicopter rescue in a forest fire.

Fireman Sam: Hero Next Door (2009) 
Preschool-age viewers will delight in the adventures of Fireman Sam as they learn lessons about fire safety, teamwork and preventing accidents in this collection of episodes from the popular animated series.

Fireman Sam: Saves the Day (2008) 
Fireman Sam is joined by firefighters Elvis and Penny, Station Officer Basil and Auxiliary Fireman Trevor as they explain proper camping procedures and water safety, rescue a cat from a tree and more.

Fish Out of Water (2009) 
Spurred by director Ky Dickens's own coming-out story, this playfully animated documentary confronts the slippery topic of homosexuality head on, honing in on Bible verses oft-cited as condemnatory and opening them to fresh interpretation.

Food Beware: The French Organic Revolution (2009)
Jean-Paul Jaud's documentary visits a village in France where the mayor has mandated an all-organic menu for the lunch program in the local school. Farmers, parents, kids and health care advocates discuss the impact of the decision.

Friday Foster (1975)
Assigned to snap pictures of the reclusive Blake Tarr (Thalmus Rasulala) -- America's wealthiest black man -- photographer Friday Foster (Pam Grier) turns into a two-fisted avenger when her subject becomes the target of an assassination attempt. But Foster may be the next mark after she uncovers a racist plot to bump off the nation's black political leaders. The strong supporting cast includes Yaphet Kotto, Eartha Kitt and Carl Weathers.

Ghost Hunters: International - Season 1 (2008-2009)
Paranormal investigators Robb Demarest, Barry Fitzgerald and Brandy Green seek spirits in the caves and castles of Europe, South America, South Africa and New Zealand. Guest investigators explain the histories of various hauntings.

Hachi: A Dog's Tale (2009)
When his master dies, a loyal pooch named Hachiko keeps a regular vigil -- for more than a decade -- at the train station where he once greeted his owner every day in this touching drama based on a true story.

Happy Ever Afters (2009) 
It's the Big Day for Wilson and Maura, and Freddie is tying the knot with Sophie -- for the second time. But with both couples' receptions set for the same hotel, the stage is set for a hilarious screwball comedy.

Hard Eight (1996) 
World-weary card shark Sydney takes reckless John under his wing after showing him how to exploit casino perks. The surrogate father and son are successful gamblers until John falls for a cocktail waitress and gets mixed up with a shady stranger.

Hell Up in Harlem (1973) 
The film Black Caesar proved so popular that gangster Tommy Gibbs was resurrected from the dead for this action-packed sequel. Gibbs springs into gun-blazing action when the Mafia kidnaps his ex-wife. Soon, Gibbs's father and Reverend Rufus join him.

Highlander (1986)  
Director Russell Mulcahy's film became a paragon of modern action fantasy, giving rise to legions of warrior fans who follow the story of Connor MacLeod (Christopher Lambert), one of the few surviving members of a clan of immortals who've been battling for centuries. The evil Kurgan (Clancy Brown) wants to kill a forlorn but determined Connor for good in modern-day New York, but an immortal mentor (Sean Connery) provides help in flashbacks.

Highlander 2: Renegade Version (1991)
This sequel to the cult sci-fi action film largely discards the original's premise of mysterious immortal swordsmen, revealing Connor MacLeod and Juan Sanchez Villa-Lobo Ramirez to be aliens. Reunited, the pair now battles an evil corporate cartel.

HIT Favorites: Frosty Friends (2009)
Preschoolers will find plenty of laughs and lessons in this winter-themed collection featuring Thomas the Tank Engine, Barney and more. They'll help Bob the Builder make a snowman and tumble down snow-covered hills on a sled with Kipper the dog.

HIT Favorites: Jolly Holiday (2010)
This collection features favorites like Bob the Builder, Fireman Sam, Thomas the Tank Engine and Barney. Tag along on a Christmas tree delivery with Thomas, build a sleigh with Bob and his crew, catch a holiday light show with Sam and more.

HIT Favorites: Trick Or Treat Tales (2009)
Put together with preschoolers in mind, this not-so-scary collection of Halloween-themed adventures features popular characters like Thomas the Tank Engine, Bob the Builder, Barney, Angelina Ballerina and Fifi and the Flowertots.

Hondo (1953)
John Wayne is Hondo, an antisocial half-breed who splits his time between the white man and the Apache. Preferring the company of American Indians, Hondo develops an unlikely friendship with a New Mexico farm wife who spends most of her time alone.

Hustle & Flow (2005)
Terrence Howard turns in an Oscar-nominated performance in director Craig Brewer's indie drama as DJay, a pimp with aspirations of grandeur who wants to make it as a rapper but discovers that fame isn't all it's cracked up to be.

I Can See You (2008)
With one bored girlfriend in tow, three Brooklyn ad men take a weekend camping trip to brainstorm pitches for a cleaning product called Claractix. But when the girlfriend goes missing, a strange series of events is set into motion.

Ice Castles (2010)
When an accident causes her to go blind, a young ice skater loses hope -- but her hometown beau refuses to let her give up her dream of being an Olympic champion. With his help, can she work through her disability and regain her competitive spirit?

I Do: How To Get Married And Stay Single (2006)
Successful perfume executive Luis (Alain Chabat) is happily single, but his mother and sisters want him to settle down. After they arrange a string of disastrous blind dates, Luis concocts a crazy scheme that will make his family happy without his getting married. All he needs to do is hire a girl to act as his fiancée and then dump him at the altar. But when Luis meets Emmanuelle, the plan takes a turn he never anticipated in this French comedy.

In My Sleep (2010)
When he wakes up naked in the middle of a cemetery, Marcus (Philip Winchester) can no longer ignore the fact that his sleepwalking has become a serious problem -- he's been doing a lot of things at night that he'd never do awake. The plot thickens when his best friend's wife turns up dead, and the police show up on Marcus's doorstep demanding questions about his after-hours behavior. Allen Wolf writes and directs this drama-thriller.

Internal Affairs (1990)
When a newly minted Internal Affairs investigator trains his crosshairs on a manipulative, corrupt cop who's been involved in police brutality for years, the pursuit of justice turns into a personal vendetta in this slick thriller.

It (1927)
This silent comedy stars Clara Bow as Betty Lou Spence, a spirited department store clerk who sets her cap for her handsome boss. But complications ensue when Betty steps in to help her roommate, an unwed mother being harassed by social workers.

I Went Down (1997)
Fresh out of prison, Git Hynes rescues a former friend from a beating at the hands of loan sharks, only to become indebted to a local mob boss whom he now must pay tribute to in order to make things right.

Jacob's Ladder (1999)
A Vietnam veteran returns home, only to be haunted by his son's death, plagued by flashbacks of the war and tortured by his psychological demons. Despite support from his ex and his girlfriend, the line between reality and delusion becomes blurred.

Jesus Christ Superstar (1973)
The Andrew Lloyd Webber/Tim Rice Broadway collaboration gets the Hollywood treatment from director Norman Jewison with a format inspired by Shakespeare's "Henry V." In this version, a traveling troupe performs the rock opera in the Israeli desert. Texas rocker Ted Neeley stars as Jesus with Carl Anderson as Judas. Webber, Andre Prevín and Herb Spencer shared an Oscar nomination for Best Score Adaptation.

Kalifornia (1993)
While researching a book on serial killings, writer Brian Kessler (David Duchovny) and his girlfriend, Carrie Laughlin (Michelle Forbes), travel cross-country to the murder sites and unwittingly stumble upon strangers who know the subject firsthand. A pair of hitchhikers (Brad Pitt and Juliette Lewis) offer to share expenses for the trip, but Kessler doesn't realize just how close he is to his subject -- even as bodies pile up behind them.

Kedma (2002)
Having just survived the holocaust, a small group of Jewish refugees boards a ship and reaches the shores of Palestine. One week later, the state of Israel will be established, launching them into another violent and confusing period in their lives.

Kipper: Cuddly Critters (1997)
Playful pup Kipper, along with pals Tiger, Jake, Pig and Arnold, discover cute and cuddly critters such as bunnies, hamsters and chicks in this collection of episodes from the hit television series. Kipper and Tiger think living in a tree might be all right, so they try it after they hunt for worms. Meanwhile, Jake's pet bird escapes while Kipper gets an uninvited mouse guest. But it's all in good fun.

Kipper: Friendship Tails (1997)
In this collection of animated tales from the popular Nick Jr. children's television series, Kipper and his high-energy gang, which includes Tiger, Jake, Pig and Arnold, find out that the world becomes a brighter and bigger place when you tap into the powers of imagination. See how Kipper battles nightmares and saves the day when Tiger feels under the weather.

Kipper: Fun In The Sun (1997)
The lazy, hazy, crazy days of summer mean no hurry or worry to Kipper the Dog. He and his assorted four-legged pals generate plenty of fun in the sun with just a beach, a bike, a paddling pool and their own refreshing imaginations. It's always a dog day afternoon with the soft-spoken, gentle Kipper and his ever-present sense of humor. Equally dear are Kipper's chums -- Tiger (a dog), Pig and Arnold (sort of a porcine Maggie Simpson).

Kipper: Imagine That (1997)
With the help of his imagination and his close friends, Tiger, Jake, Pig and Arnold, fun-loving dog Kipper embarks on a series of adventures that finds him joining the circus, becoming a pirate, taking a magical balloon trip and going to the fair. Sure to be inspired by Kipper's good-natured manner and love of life, young viewers will learn about courtesy, cooperation and using their imaginations.

Kipper: Kipper Helps Out (1997)
Lovable Kipper the Dog and his friends, Tiger, Jake, Pig and Arnold, play host to a number of adventures in this collection of episodes from the popular British animated series. From babysitting, a moon excursion and playtime, to practical jokes, revenge and sweaters, the group knows how to have fun and learns lessons in the process. Kipper even becomes a hero when he helps rescue a kitten caught in a tree.

Kipper: Let It Snow (1997)
Cute and cuddly Kipper prepares for the holidays and plays in the snow with his friends in this collection of five episodes from the popular children's program. In "Christmas Eve," Kipper decorates the tree and gives Arnold a gift he'll cherish. Kipper and pal Tiger build an igloo in "The Igloo" and speed down snowy hills in "Tiger's Sled." It's time to build a snowman in "Snowy Day," and in "The Big Freeze," Kipper reaches out to those in need.

Kipper: Puppy Love (1997)
Lovable pooch Kipper has a nose for adventure and an unquenchable curiosity. Based on Mick Inkpen's popular books, the animated series delivers messages about friendship, kindness and sharing through its uplifting stories.

Kipper: Water Play (1997)
Join Kipper and his friends for some splish-splash fun with this collection of episodes from the popular series that finds the fun-loving pup and his buddies engaging in some water-based adventures. Episodes include "The Rainbow Puddle," in which Kipper meets a magical wish-granting frog, and "The Paddling Pool," in which Kipper sees his perfect pool day spoiled by an unexpected hailstorm.

Lady Chatterly (2006)
When her husband is paralyzed in World War I, frustration drives Lady Chatterley into an affair with a gamekeeper. She finds in her new lover not only physical passion but also an inner kindness, both of which her husband can no longer provide.

Liberty Kid (2007)
In the wake of Sept. 11, pals Derrick and Tico fall on hard times after they lose their jobs as concessions workers at Liberty Island. While Derrick is tempted by Army recruiters, he's also drawn to the world of street hustling by the volatile Tico.

Mad Dog Morgan (1976)
Ruthless bounty hunters scour Australia's harsh outback for infamous outlaw Mad Dog Morgan in this thriller based on the life of the Irishman who immigrated during the 1800s gold rush.

Mad Monster Party (1967)
Boris Karloff and Phyllis Diller lend their vocal talents to this bizarre stop-motion animated parody of horror films. Dr. Frankenstein makes plans for his retirement and convenes a meeting of all monsters to announce his replacement. As word spreads that the doctor is going to choose his young nephew for the position, the visiting creatures plot a coup d'état that would leave Dr. Frankenstein retired ... permanently.

Mafioso (1962)
When the mob calls in a favor, factory executive Antonio Badalamenti finds himself in an unlikely role. Tapped to carry out a hit, the inexperienced Antonio must execute his mission while keeping his criminal connections hidden from his family.

Map Of The Sounds Of Tokyo (2009)
When the daughter of prominent Tokyo businessman Mr. Nagara (Takeo Nakahara) commits suicide, Nagara's heartbroken employee Ishida (Hideo Sakaki) hires part-time hit woman Ryu (Rinko Kikuchi) to kill the man (Sergi López) perceived as responsible for the daughter's death. Meanwhile, a curious sound engineer becomes obsessed with Ryu and her life in this lyrical and mysterious drama from acclaimed Spanish director Isabel Coixet.

Marcel's Quantum Kitchen (2011)
Molecular gastronomist Marcel Vigneron and his team of chefs and party planners pull off extraordinary events for demanding clients, from a futuristic four-course meal for Chrysler executives to a luau for one of the biggest names in surfing.

Mary Marie (2010)
When their mother dies, sisters Mary and Marie move back into the family homestead for one last summer of reminiscing about old times. But when local handyman Peter shows up to repair the house, the siblings compete for his affections.

Meet Bill (2007)
Beleaguered bank employee Bill (Aaron Eckhart) has his hands full with his two-timing wife (Elizabeth Banks), his oblivious father-in-law (Holmes Osborne) who runs the bank and frustrated efforts to change careers. But Bill's life just may turn around when he's coaxed to mentor a wisecracking teen (Logan Lerman). Timothy Olyphant, Jessica Alba and Kristen Wiig also star in this offbeat tale of self-discovery.

Men In Black (1997)
In director Barry Sonnenfeld's hip sci-fi romp, a streetwise New York City cop is enlisted to work with a seasoned government agent on a top-secret team that monitors space aliens living on planet Earth, unbeknownst to the general public.

Methadonia (2009)
Filmed over the course of 18 months on New York City's Lower East Side, this gritty edition of "America Undercover" illuminates the inherent flaws of methadone treatment by profiling eight addicts in various phases of rehab or relapse.

Never Back Down 2: The Beatdown (2011)
A bevy of mixed martial arts fighters star in this action thriller that follows a quartet of brawlers as they prepare for a key underground event. In the process, they must overcome a slew of obstacles -- including corruption in their sport.

No Matter What (2011)
When his drug-addled mother goes missing, 15-year-old Joey grabs his best friend, Nick, and sets out to find her. But in the process of leaving the bleak realities of their northern Florida neighborhood behind, they encounter a new set of dangers.

Noonbory & The Super 7 - Season 1 (2009)
This delightful animated series helps young viewers learn life lessons as it follows plucky Noonbory and his pals, who use their keen senses and special talents to thwart the schemes of Wangury and other foes in the colorful land of Toobalooba.

Once Bitten (1985)
An inexperienced teenager is tempted by a glamorous vampiress who must sleep with three virgins a year to stay maintain her beauty. Once the young man gives in, he starts exhibiting strange behavior that worries his chaste girlfriend.

Praying With Lior (2007)
Raising tough questions about notions of faith and disability, Ilana Trachtman's coming-of-age documentary follows Lior Liebling, a Jewish boy with Down syndrome who spends his days praying endlessly to God as he approaches his bar mitzvah.

Primal (2010)
A wholesome outback adventure turns gruesome when one member (Krew Boylan) of a group of friends on a camping trip takes an ill-advised dip that transforms a quiet night under the stars into a terrifying struggle for survival. The ancient cave painting that the group has come to observe is linked to the elemental evil confronting them -- but the friends are too busy trying to stay alive to figure out the mystery that holds the key to it all.

Real: The Movie (2005)
Real game footage is interwoven into a collection of five connected tales that pay homage to Real Madrid, Spain's unparalleled soccer club, including the story of a jealous boyfriend whose lover is obsessed with David Beckham.

Rubbadubbers: Finbar the Mighty Movie Star (2003)
Finbar takes a liking to the limelight and decides he's destined to become famous. But is fame and fortune what truly matters? See how Reg, Terrence, Sploshy and the rest of the gang help him see the light.  

Rubbadubbers: High Noon In The Bathroom (2004)
In this collection of adventures, bathtub toys Amelia, Reg, Tubb, Finbar and Terence find themselves up to their necks in bubbles as they take a trip to the Wild West, try to track down a sponge thief and more.  

Rubbadubbers: Tubb's Pirate Treasure (2004)  
Tubb the frog and his bathtub buddies embark on exciting aquatic adventures in this collection of episodes from the animated kids' show, beginning with Tubb's voyage on a pirate ship, where he learns about courage.

S21: The Khmer Rouge Killing Machine (2003)  
This chilling documentary explores the prison camps where thousands of Cambodians were tortured by Khmer Rouge soldiers in the 1970s, incorporating accounts from both survivors and the soldiers who abused them.

Sacco and Vanzetti (2006) 
Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti were Italian American anarchists accused of murder in 1920 and put to death in 1927 after a famously biased trial. Their struggle is retold in this probing documentary.

Senator Obama Goes To Africa (2008)
In an emotional journey of political relevance and personal resonance, then-U.S. Sen. Barack Obama traveled to his ancestral homeland -- Africa -- in 2006 to rediscover his roots and underscore the myriad issues facing the continent.

Sesame Street (2006-2011)
"Sesame Street" residents reach major milestones in this award-winning children's show's 37th season: While Abby Caddabby's getting ready for her first day of school, Gabi (Desiree Casado) and Miles (Olamide Faison) are soon-to-be high school graduates! But there's something else to celebrate, too, when Maria (Sonia Manzano) and Luis (Emilio Delgado) attempt a picnic for their anniversary ... too bad no one told them it's also "H" Day.

Sesame Street: Classics - Volume 2 (2012) 
Relive your favorite moments from the beloved staple of children's programming with this collection of classic "Sesame Street" scenes and sketches. Join the Muppet gang, plus special guests, for a fun-filled -- and educational -- good time.

Sheba, Baby (1975)
Sheba Shayne, a tough-talking Chicago private eye, returns to her Kentucky roots to help her father fight a hostile business takeover. But when the mob brutally murders him, Sheba must battle an evil crime lord to reclaim her family's honor.

Sidewalks of New York (2001)
In this wry ensemble comedy, six self-absorbed New Yorkers -- including a philandering dentist, a recently dumped TV producer and a divorced schoolteacher -- become entangled in a series of circular romantic relationships. 

Soldier Blue (1970) 
After a brutal Cheyenne massacre on a cavalry unit, two survivors -- Honus Gent, a devoted soldier, and "Cresta" Lee, a young woman sympathetic to the Indians -- must make their way to safety at a U.S. outpost.

Strand: Under the Dark Cloth (1989) 
Photography and film converge in this documentary that provides a fascinating picture of the life of famed photographer Paul Strand. Interviews shed light on Strand's relationships, and their influence on his isolated way of creating his art. 

Tanner Hall (2009)
The arrival of Victoria, a manipulative new pupil, quickly signals the end of innocence for returning student Fernanda in this coming-of-age drama set in a New England boarding school for the daughters of the rich.

Targets (1968)
Mild-mannered Bobby Thompson collects firearms and thinks murderous thoughts, which translate into action when he starts sniping drivers on an L.A. freeway. He crosses paths with Byron Orlok, an aging horror film star at his final public appearance.

The Adventures Of Paddington Bear (1997)
This charming animated series recounts the adventures of Paddington, the bear in the Wellington boots and duffel coat, whose innocent point of view (and occasional "hard stare") have made him a favorite with generations of children.

The Adventures Of Tintin (1991-1992)
Sticking close to the original comic books, this animated series follows the thrilling adventures of quick-witted Belgian reporter Tintin and his trusty pooch, Snowy, as they travel the world, tangling with thieves, kidnappers and killers.

The Beast Of Bray Road (2004)
A wolf man terrorizes a small town in Leigh Scott's hair-raising creature feature based on actual events. Beginning in the early 1990s, dozens of people reported seeing a werewolf-like creature stalking the cornfields of southeastern Wisconsin. In this fictional account, a big-city cop and an off-kilter scientist must protect the town's citizens from the werewolf. Jeff Denton, Tom Downey, Tom Nagel, Heather Conforto and Joel Hebner star.

The Country Mouse And The City Mouse Adventures - Season 1 (1998)
In this entertaining and educational animated series, country mouse Emily and her city mouse cousin, Alexander, travel to exotic locales around the world, learning all about different cultures and working together to solve problems.

The Cure (1995)
Rejected by his peers, an 11-year-old Minnesota boy who contracted AIDS from a blood transfusion develops a kinship with his new neighbor. When the duo reads about a New Orleans' doctor's cure for AIDS, they head down the Mississippi River on a raft.

The Final (2010)
Unpopular high school student Dane leads a group of outcasts seeking revenge on the "cool" kids who harassed and humiliated them for years, and their plan includes gruesome forms of torture learned in history class and horror films.

The Garden of Earthly Delights (2004)

When British art historian Claudine learns that her cancer is terminal, she abandons caution and takes her lover, Chris, on an extraordinary journey to Venice, where their passion finds fulfillment in the fantastic paintings of Hieronymus Bosch.

The Graves (2010)
When sisters Megan and Abby Graves go on a road trip before recent college graduate Megan starts a job in New York, their fun search for a silly roadside attraction turns into a nightmare when they stumble into evil Skull City.

The Hamiltons (2006)
No one would suspect that the Hamiltons are a dangerous family. After all, with their white-picket fence and squeaky clean public image, they're almost impeccable. But behind closed doors, their extracurricular activities tend toward the sadistic.

The Man From Snowy River (1982)
After his father's death, young cowboy Jim must earn money so he can keep his father's farm going. When he takes work breaking wild horses and falls in love with his boss's feisty daughter, Jim must prove his worth to keep both his job and his girl.

The Man With One Red Shoe (1985)
Richard (Tom Hanks) is a classical violinist who's picked out of a crowd and accused of being a spy just because he wears one red shoe. Soon, he's mixed up in a dispute between two factions of the CIA, with both sides following his every move: Cooper (Dabney Coleman) is the agency's ruthless leader who pulls out all the stops to find out what Richard knows, while Ross (Charles Durning) must track Richard in order to keep him safe.

The Professional (1981)
Charged with assassinating an African despot, French spy Joss Beaumont seeks vengeance after his government double-crosses him. Imprisoned in Africa for two years, the angry Beaumont makes a bold escape and decides to complete his mission.

The Reeds (2009) 
When a group of friends boating through Norfolk Broads takes a wrong turn in the dense, reedy waters, they find themselves haunted by a terrifying ancient evil. It soon becomes clear they're no match for malevolent forces that lurk in the waterway.
The Reich Underground (2004)
Near the end of World War II, the Third Reich constructed a secret massive underground tunnel system. Today, experts explore the contents of the tunnels and examine the inhuman conditions the involuntary workers were forced to endure.

The Rivers Edge (1957)
Ben and Meg Cameron are hardworking ranchers in the New Mexico desert whose happy life is disturbed when an old acquaintance arrives unexpectedly, armed with a secret and an agenda. On the lam, bank robber forces the couple to guide him to Mexico.

The Shakiest Gun In The West (1968)
Don Knotts steps in to play bumbling dentist Jesse Heywood, a role made famous by Bob Hope in the original version of the movie. On his way West, Jesse encounters the alluring Penny, who helps him fight off attackers with her superior shooting skills. Only trouble is, Jesse thinks his own gun fired off the rounds that scared the bandits. But in no time, he discovers that although he's a mite cowardly, he really is a gunslinger at heart.

The Swimming Pool (1969)
While on vacation at a villa near St. Tropez, lovers Marianne and Jean-Paul find trouble when they're visited by Marianne's old flame and his sexy teen daughter. When Jean-Paul gets too cozy with the nubile young guest, grave consequences follow.

The Telling (2009) 
When a trio of college girls pledges a popular -- but deadly -- sorority, each must reveal the most horrific tale she knows in this anthology of spine-chillers. As the stories unfold, an unknown person at the sorority begins committing murder. The three distinct segments involve a homicidal doll, an undead crew directing a fading actress and a gory hunting tale ending in death. Stars include Bridget Marquardt and Holly Madison.

The Trials of Henry Kissinger (2002)
This documentary based on a book by Christopher Hitchens paints former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger as a warmonger responsible for military cover-ups in Vietnam, Cambodia and East Timor, as well as the assassination of a Chilean leader in 1970.

The Two Jakes (1990)
World War II is over, and an older, wiser Jake Gittes still works divorce cases in this sequel to Chinatown. Developer Jake Berman asks Gittes to get proof that Berman's wife is cheating on him -- and wants other things Gittes doesn't yet know about.

There's No Business Like Show Business (1954)
Irving Berlin provides the tunes for this engaging musical about the singing and dancing Donahue clan as they ascend to stardom on the vaudeville circuit during the genre's last hurrah. The superb cast includes Ethel Merman, Donald O'Connor, Mitzi Gaynor and Marilyn Monroe. With splashy production numbers, Merman belting out the title song and Monroe's sultry version of "Heat Wave," this musical extravaganza bubbles over with sparkling style.

They Killed Sister Dorothy (2008)
While working in Brazil to help the poor and preserve the rain forest, Sister Dorothy Stang, a 73-year-old nun, was shot six times. This documentary follows the trials of her killers, shedding light on the battle over the future of the rain forest.
Thomas & Friends: Come Ride the Rails (2006)  
Join the kind-hearted Thomas and his fleet of "Really Useful Engines" in this collection of stop-motion adventures based on the books by Rev. W. V. Awdry. Episodes find Gordon learning a lesson about respect; Emily aspiring to be queen for a day; Rheneas getting used to a whole new set of responsibilities; Edward looking to Thomas to help him solve a difficult problem; and the whole gang welcoming a new engine named Molly.

Thomas & Friends: Great Being A Train (2004)
This collection of seven episodes includes "Too Hot for Thomas," in which Thomas feels sad when he's stuck delivering ingredients to the ice cream factory instead of taking kids to the seaside. But he's in for a surprise that's sure to cheer him up.

Thomas And Friends: High Speed Adventures (2009)
Ride along with Thomas and his locomotive pals for six exciting adventures on the Island of Sodor in this collection of episodes from the popular children's series. Thomas saves the waterworks, faces a daring challenge and learns a valuable lesson.

Thomas And Friends: Holiday Express (2010)
There's holiday fun around every bend in this Christmas-themed collection. Thomas and friends gear up for adventures involving Christmas trees, snowmen, surprise parties and a winter wonderland of other surprises.

Thomas & Friends: It's Great To Be An Engine (2004) 
This collection of seven episodes includes "Too Hot for Thomas," in which Thomas feels sad when he's stuck delivering ingredients to the ice cream factory instead of taking kids to the seaside. But he's in for a surprise that's sure to cheer him up. 

Thomas & Friends: Misty Island Rescue (2010) 
When his friend Diesel gets into a fix, Thomas sets out to rescue him. He succeeds but subsequently ends up lost on remote Misty Island. Luckily for Thomas, a new set of train pals emerges to help him find his way home. Meanwhile, out on the deep, blue sea, Harold the Helicopter and Captain the Lifeboat are leading a search party to determine what in the world has become of their favorite locomotive.

Thomas & Friends: Songs From The Station (2005)  
The Island of Sodor is the place for song in this collection of favorites from the popular animated TV show. Children can sing along to eight fun musical tracks that champion positive values and provide instructional lessons. Kids will find such songs as "Ode to Gordon," "Patience (Is a Virtue)" and "Engine Roll Call" irresistible. Includes the features "Thomas and the Tuba" and "Thomas and the Firework Display."

Thomas & Friends: Team Up With Thomas (2009) 
Thomas the Tank Engine makes a new friend and learns that many hands make light work. Then, a heavy snowstorm teaches Thomas's headstrong pal James that it's smart to heed advice from a wise friend.

Thomas & Friends: Track Stars (2005)  
Thomas is a cheeky blue tank engine that often gets into altercations best handled by older, more experienced locomotives. Join Thomas and his "fast" friends as they learn valuable lessons about life and getting along with each other in and out of the roundhouse.

Time of Favor (2000)  
Both a political-psychological drama and a love story between a passionate woman and two best friends, this profound film addresses the tense relationship between the orthodox nationalists and the military on Israel's West Bank.

Thou Shalt Laugh (2006)
Hosted by Patricia Heaton, this rib-tickling collection of good clean fun features routines by Christian stand-up comedy all-stars such as Thor Ramsey, Gilbert Esquivel, Taylor Mason, Jeff Allen and Teresa Roberts Logan.

Thou Shalt Laugh 2: The Deuce (2007)
Proving that family-friendly and funny aren't incompatible concepts, Emmy-winning actor and comedian Tim Conway hosts this laugh-out-loud program featuring stand-up routines by five of the wittiest quipsters on the comedy scene.

To Die For (1994)
When his lover Mark dies of AIDS, TV repairman Simon represses his grief through casual sex. But Mark's ghost reenters Simon's life and begins playing nasty tricks on his one-night stands.

To The Limit (2007)
Written and directed by Pepe Danquart, this gripping documentary follows the adrenaline-spiked sport of speed rock climbing, as German überclimbers Thomas and Alexander Huber attempt to set a record scaling Yosemite's legendary El Capitan.

Toys (1992)
Fun-loving inventor Leslie Zevo must save his late father's toy factory from his evil uncle, a war-mongering general who rules the operation with an iron fist and builds weapons disguised as toys.

Truck Turner (1974)
Truck (Isaac Hayes), an ex-football star working as a bounty hunter, is on the trail of a violent pimp named Gator (Paul Harris). But when Truck and his partner finally get their man, Gator's woman (Nichelle Nichols) and her pimping friends put a hit out on them. Now, the hunter has become the hunted, and Truck will have to survive the wrath of the baddest pimp ever -- a menacing thug named Blue (Yaphet Kotto).

21 Up South Africa: Mandela's Children (2006)
The concept of the Up Series -- documentaries that revisit a group of children every seven years -- is brought to post-apartheid South Africa. Here, filmmaker Angus Gibson interviews 11 young people of various races and backgrounds as they turn 21.

Two-Way Stretch (1960) 
Peter Sellers stars in this comedic caper as criminal mastermind Dodger Lane, who, while serving the last couple weeks of a prison sentence, hatches a plan for the perfect robbery with his two cellmates. With the help of a bogus clergyman named Soapy Stevens, the trio plan to skip out prison, steal a maharajah's jewels and sneak back behind bars just before they're due to be released. Easier said than done!

Ultimate Heist (2009)
Hoping to escape the long shadow of his father, Milo (Jean Reno), a powerful mobster who controls an organized crime syndicate in France, Anton Malakian (Gaspard Ulliel) plans one final heist that will enable him to begin a new life. But he soon discovers that extricating himself from the criminal underworld is more difficult -- and dangerous -- than he expected. This thriller from director Laurent Tuel co-stars Vahina Giocante.

Uninhibited (2010)
Inspired by a real-life incident, this engrossing thriller chronicles the story of a young Australian couple whose idyllic vacation on an isolated island is shattered by an evil presence seeking vengeance.

Wetlands Preserved: The Story of an Activist Nightclub (2008)  
From 1989 to 2001, New York City's Wetlands Preserve nightclub was a beacon of green thinking and great performances. This profile of Tribeca's "eco-saloon" features clips and interviews with 311, Dave Matthews Band, Phish, Pearl Jam and others.

Wheelmen (2002)  
Ambulance driver turned limousine chauffer Nick Torino (Richard Burgi) is stoked when he reunites with a young boy whose life he saved years ago and hits it off with the kid's alarmingly attractive caseworker (Erin Daniels). But an assassination plot could ruin everything. Turns out Nick's fellow drivers (including Rainn Wilson of "The Office") are part of a plan to kill the vice president of the United States. Talk about occupational hazards!
Woman Times Seven (1967)
Shirley MacLaine earned a Golden Globe nod for her performance in this set of seven comedic tales about adultery, playing an errant widow at her spouse's funeral and a woman who turns to prostitution to take revenge on a straying mate, among others.

Vanity Fair (2004)
In this sumptuous film version of William Makepeace Thackeray's famous novel, lower-class vixen Becky Sharp uses her good looks and considerable wit to climb her way up the precipitous social ladder of 1820s London.

Exit Strategy (2012)
When James's living situation turns sour, he has little choice but to move in with his new girlfriend, Kim -- a decision he almost immediately regrets. Now, he must figure out a way to make Kim dump him ... without getting kicked out of her place.

W.E. (2011)
This glossy ensemble drama juxtaposes the lives of famous divorcée Wallis Simpson and Wally Winthrop, a young 1990s housewife. Wally yearns to have a romance as dramatic as Wallis's but soon discovers that history can be misleading.




8:46 (2011)
8:46 follows an variety of characters and storylines in the days leading up to the attacks on the United States on the morning of September 11, 2001. The film serves as a reminder that each of those who lost their lives had a story worth telling.

A Buddy Story (2009)
In this heartwarming indie drama, an abused young New York woman tags along with her struggling musician neighbor and his pet turtle on tour. Over time, the two develop a bond that helps them discover themselves.

Always Whitney Houston (2012)
Featuring interviews with top musicians, insights from music industry insiders and vintage film clips, this documentary examines the stellar career and troubled life of Whitney Houston, from her childhood in New Jersey to her untimely death in 2012.

Angels, Aliens & UFO's (2012)
Using unique video that captures a realm that is normally beyond human perception, this provocative documentary from director Ken Klein reveals that for millennia the sky has been alive with angels, alien entities and UFOs.

Battle B-Boy (2012)
Desperate for cash to save the life of a friend's father, a tight-knit group of down-and-out b-boys joins an underground Los Angeles fight club where members use hip-hop music and breakdancing to battle it out for notoriety and money.

Billionaire (2009)
When entrepreneur Larry Hillblom died in 1995, he left his billion-dollar estate to a university, or so he thought. This documentary tells Hillblom's story through the legal battle that ensued when would-be heirs began popping up all over the place.

Cowboys And Angels (2000)
Danny, a young lawyer jilted at the altar, dreams of becoming a cowboy and must choose between two very different women. Candice's appeal is that she is a traditional woman, but JoJo is unconventional and leads Danny on a voyage of self-discovery.

Craigslist Joe (2012)
Setting out to explore whether America still has a sense of community where people help each other through hard times, 29-year-old Joseph Garner spends a month depending on the goodness of Craigslist posters for his survival.

Head Games (2012)
This incisive documentary reveals how, with more than 1 million sports-related concussions occurring in the United States every year, athletes, doctors and coaches are paying closer attention to the long-term damage resulting from collision sports.

House Of Boys (2009)
It's 1984, and Frank, a frustrated gay teen, flees to Amsterdam, where he finds a new home and a job at the House of Boys. Frank has no trouble fitting in, and frequently falls in love, but a newly discovered disease is about to change it all.

Mere Yaar Ki Shaadi Hai (2002)
Sanjay lives a happy life until he gets word that his childhood friend Anjalay is getting married. With the help of his model roommate Ria, he sets off on a course of action to stop the wedding and express his long-denied love to her.

Such Great Heights (2012)
Get up close and personal with the blood, sweat and tears of competitive mixed martial arts with this documentary, which follows welterweight hopeful Jon Fitch as he prepares for the fight of his life against perennial UFC champ Georges St-Pierre.


Babar: Seasons 1-6 (1988-2000)
Inspired by Jean de Brunhoff and Laurent de Brunhoff's beloved children's books, this animated series tells Babar's life story from the elephant king's point of view, reliving his early days as a young pachyderm with important lessons to learn.

Babar, King Of The Elephants (1999)
To escape his mother's fate, newly orphaned elephant Babar flees the jungle for the big city. His presence there creates a hullabaloo till a kindhearted, elderly woman bedecks him in fancy clothes and schools him on the finer points of human culture. But a crisis summons the gentrified Babar back to his origins, where a whole new set of woes awaits him: sickness, fires and a dustup with the neighboring rhinos.

Babar: The Movie (1989)
The lovable pachyderm who stars in Jean de Brunhoff's charming children's books makes the leap from page to film in this animated adventure. With Celeste and the always-humorous monkey, Zephir, by his side, Babar is ready to take on Rataxes, a rhino who's taken charge of Babar's beloved Elephantland. Who will prevail?

High Road (2012)
This comedy follows the bumpy saga of Fitz, a pot dealer and rock musician who skips town after one of his deals goes awry. Unfortunately, Fitz and his 16-year-old sidekick only find their way into even deeper trouble.

There Be Dragons (2011)
When a present-day journalist investigates Opus Dei founder Josemaría Escrivá, he uncovers a surprising link to his own father, Manolo. Manolo and Josemaría were childhood friends who followed different paths when the war broke out.

I Hate Luv Storys (2010)
This sweet-natured spoof of Bollywood romantic comedies recounts the ups and downs of cynical assistant director Jay, who loathes romance, and designer Simran, who adores all things sentimental. They meet cute, but will they fall in love?

Iran: The Forgotten Glory (2009)
Discover the splendor of ancient Persia through this in-depth documentary series that charts the rise of the Achaemenid and Sassanid empires, visits extraordinary locations, and profiles influential figures like Cyrus the Great, Darius and Xerxes.

The Rite Of Exorcism: Myths, Mystery & Hope (2011)
Probing beyond the drama of big-screen depictions, this thought-provoking documentary explores real-life exorcisms from the perspective of clergy and other experts and sheds light on the mysteries that surround them.

America's Funniest Home Videos: Kids Favorites-Season One (2003)
Pulling out all the stops to tickle the funny bones of youngsters and adults, this collection from the hit show portrays everyday people caught on tape in embarrassing moments -- from practical jokes to flat-out strange behavior.

Quill (2004)
Handpicked from a litter of five to become a guide dog, a young Labrador retriever pup named Quill impresses his trainer with his hard work and patience. But once he's paired with blind man Watanabe, he helps his stubborn new owner see the world.




Angelina Ballerina: Dance Around The World (2012)
Angelina and her friends explore dances from near and far, including a lively Irish Jig and the festive Chinese Dragon Dance, as they boogie, bop, skip and hop around the world in these exciting adventures.

Dog Jack (2010)
A slave boy and his dog escape from a plantation and join the Union army in the Civil War. Ultimately, the boy faces his former master on the battlefield and the dog becomes mascot of the regiment in this drama inspired by a true story.

Losing Control (2011)
Biophysics doctoral candidate Samantha has a detailed plan for a perfect life, but she's not totally convinced that her boyfriend, Ben, belongs in it. When he proposes, she begins a series of dating experiments to prove that he is in fact Mr. Right.

Room (2005)
Julia Barker (Cyndi Williams), a married mother of two living in Houston, barely makes a living working at the Paradise Bingo Hall. One day, Julia starts seeing images of a large, empty room. When she awakens from a traffic accident on a road that runs along the flight pattern of the airport, Julia succumbs to her vision and boards a plane to New York City in search of this strange room that's taken hold of her psyche.

Billy Jack (1971)
American Indian Vietnam War vet Billy Jack (Tom Laughlin) -- a character first seen in the motorcycle flick The Born Losers -- roams the American Southwest using his martial arts skills to protect the downtrodden and punish the bigoted. The victims of Billy Jack's wrath here are the ignorant townsfolk who hassle the minority students at the progressive school run by Jean Roberts (Delores Taylor, who earned a Golden Globe nod for her performance).

Encounters At The End Of The World (2007)
Filmmaker Werner Herzog takes you on a wild and woolly journey to the South Pole in this Oscar contender -- from the National Science Foundation's headquarters on Ross Island to some of Antarctica's most remote and dangerous terrain.

Jamie Foxx: I Might Need Security (2001)
You know him from the television series "Roc," "In Living Color" and "The Jamie Foxx Show" and the movies Booty Call, Bait, Any Given Sunday and Ali. And when you watch his sold-out performance at the Paramount Theater in Oakland, Calif., you'll know him as one of the world's funniest comedians. This HBO comedy special leaves no doubt that Jamie Foxx is at the top of his game!

John Pinette: I'm Starvin' (2007)
After starring in the Broadway smash Hairspray, John Pinette takes the stage in this stand-up special. With material touching on everything from health food to family parties, Pinette has one of the most original voices in comedy today.

My Name Is Nobody (1974)
Spaghetti Western regular Terence Hill stars as Nobody, a man who's been chosen to take out established bandit Jack Beauregard but who strikes up a friendship with the seasoned outlaw instead.

Open Window (2006)
When Izzy is brutally raped in her home, she begins to fall apart emotionally, leaving her helpless fiancé to watch her spin out of control. As time passes, Izzy struggles to piece her life back together with the help of her parents and therapist.

Rosencrantz And Gilderstern Are Dead (1990)
Director Tom Stoppard turns William Shakespeare's tragedy "Hamlet" topsy-turvy in this witty, existential puzzle box, presenting the play from the view of trivial characters Rosencrantz (Gary Oldman) and Guildenstern (Tim Roth). Beckoned to find the cause of the Danish prince's malaise, the duo strolls into the midst of the royal intrigue. But with no memory of Hamlet (or anything else), they're mystified by their mission.

Terry Fator: Live From Las Vegas (2009)
From the Mirage on the Las Vegas strip, ventriloquist Terry Fator -- the man who won a million dollars on "America's Got Talent" -- weaves comedy, music and a host of delightful puppet personas into a hysterical stage show. Fator's newest puppet partner, Vikki the Cougar, joins the usual cast of characters to perform dead-on impersonations of musical icons Justin Timberlake, Elvis Presley, Garth Brooks, Louis Armstrong, Roy Orbison and more.

The Crew (2008)
Hoping to raise enough capital to go legitimate, Liverpool underworld boss Ged Brennan orders a daring final heist. But when a drug kingpin is killed during the job, Brennan must turn to a rival crook to avert a gangland war.

The Last Emperor (1987)
Recounting the last years of China's Ching Dynasty through flashbacks and flash-forwards, this Oscar-winning epic charts the life of Pu Yi (John Lone) -- who ascended the throne at age 3 -- from coddled aristocrat to enlightened insurgent to ordinary citizen. Co-starring Peter O'Toole as Pu Yi's Scottish tutor and directed by Bernardo Bertolucci, the lavish drama collected nine Academy Awards, including Best Picture.

The Other Man (2008)
After a shoe designer vanishes, her husband, Peter, uncovers proof that she's been having an affair and becomes obsessed with knowing the details. But instead of confronting his wife's lover, Peter embarks on a sly cat-and-mouse game with his rival.

The Trial Of Billy Jack (1974)
In this sequel to Billy Jack, the titular hero (Tom Laughlin) -- who's half- American Indian and a former Green Beret -- is awaiting trial for murder. As he languishes in prison, teacher Jean Roberts (Delores Taylor) is running her Freedom School on an Indian reservation. When her students produce and air a number of controversial political programs, tensions build and the kids find themselves in a volatile confrontation with the National Guard.

What Just Happened? (2008)
A harried film producer juggles a lunatic director, a temperamental actor and an out-of-control production while courting a studio head and dealing with his ex in director Barry Levinson's witty and poignant exploration of the movie business.




After Porn Ends (2010)
Interviewing some of porn's most recognizable stars, this documentary explores their careers and delves into their lives after leaving the adult entertainment industry, examining the various ways they have adjusted to "normal" society.

Cleanflix (2009)
In this documentary, filmmakers Andrew James and Joshua Ligairi explore the rise and fall of CleanFlicks, a movie rental company that edited offensive material out of Hollywood films to produce unauthorized "clean" versions for its customers.

Falling Overnight (2011)
The day before Elliot is scheduled for a life-threatening surgery, his path intersects with Chloe, a young photographer. Elliot welcomes the distraction as Chloe, unaware of his condition, takes him on an exhilarating journey through the city.

God Save My Shoes (2011)
The romance between women and one of modern fashion's most celebrated elements, shoes, takes the spotlight in this revealing doc. Designers, fashion mavens and women from all walks of life discuss how shoes have become such objects of desire.

Lindsey Vonn: In The Moment (2011)
Stunning photography highlights this insightful documentary about Lindsey Vonn, the charismatic and talented downhill skier whose wins at the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics endeared her to the world and whetted her appetite for more championships.

Love (2011)
Stranded alone aboard the International Space Station, astronaut Lee Miller fights to survive the stress of isolation and stay alive. But everything changes when he discovers something unexpected that allows him to travel through space and time.

Maria My Love (2011)
In this drama inspired by actual events, Ana forges new connections with her half-sister and a boyfriend in the wake of her mother's death, and also determines to become a positive influence on a stranger who is a compulsive hoarder.

Nate & Margaret (2012)
In this quirky comedy, the odd-couple friendship between Nate, a young, gay film student, and Margaret, a 50-something eccentric, takes center stage. Trouble arrives in the form of Nate's first lover, who doesn't quite "get" Margaret.

Roller Town (2012)
When organized crime moves into their small town with plans to convert their beloved disco-music-themed roller rink into a mind-numbing video arcade, teenage roller-skating heartthrob Leo and his pals square off against the gangsters.

Scalene (2011)
Exploring each of the three main characters' point of view, this gripping drama delves into the painful story of a mother seeking vengeance after a student caretaker accuses her grown, mentally challenged son of rape.

The Afflicted (2011)
In this dark thriller, deeply disturbed Maggie subjects her daughters to horrific abuse while using twisted interpretations of the Bible to justify her actions. When they attempt escape, the kids learn that running away could be even more perilous.

The Chicago 8 (2011)
The political turmoil of 1968 leads to several days of rioting in Chicago, after which eight notorious political activists, including Bobby Seale, Abbie Hoffman and Jerry Rubin, are arrested for conspiracy and tried in a case that rivets the nation.

The Fields (2011)
Based on chilling real-life incidents that occurred in Pennsylvania in 1973, this gripping horror film tells the tale of a young boy and his family whose ancestral farm has been mysteriously possessed by an evil, unfathomable presence.

The Perfect Family (2011)
When tightly wound suburbanite Eileen Cleary is nominated for her church's Catholic Woman of the Year award, she pushes aside inconvenient truths, including an alcoholic husband, a gay daughter and a philandering son, in favor of a "perfect" family.

Unicorn City (2012)
To land his dream job, unemployed slacker Voss establishes Unicorn City, a real-life gamer's paradise. Abetted by his friend Marsha, Voss attempts to outwit a predatory rival and enable his fellow geeks to live out their role-playing fantasies.



100 Years Of Evil (2012)
Did Adolf Hitler live on after the war under an assumed identity? Follow the footsteps of the Hitler doppelganger Adolf Munchenhauser's life in U.S., where he masterminds McCarthy's communist hunt, the Cuba crisis and the invention of fast food.

2012: Time For Change (2010)
With many predicting doom for the planet in 2012, director Joao G. Amorim argues in this documentary that a global shift is indeed coming, but that people have the power to help the world change for the better.

Amber Lake (2011)
After their father is found floating in a lake, three half-sisters give police varying accounts of the hours leading up to the body's discovery. But the cops also learn that each girl was about to meet the dead man for the first time.

American Violet (2008)
Inspired by true events, this penetrating drama centers on Dee Roberts (Nicole Beharie), a 24-year-old mother of four who's forced to take on a corrupt district attorney (Michael O'Keefe) when she's unjustly prosecuted in a large-scale drug case. Directed by Tim Disney, the inspiring tale also stars Alfre Woodard as Dee's mother, Alma, Tim Blake Nelson as ACLU attorney David Cohen and Will Patton as retired narcotics officer Sam Conroy.

Breaaking News (2010)
TV newsman Jerry Blackwell is quickly becoming a has-been in his field, and his social life consists mostly of drinking alone. In a desperate attempt to rebuild his image and show up his co-workers, Jerry goes on a curious run of "breaking" big news.

Brooklyn Rules (2007)
Three young men who grew up together on the streets of Brooklyn have decidedly different dreams. While two of them want to leave the street behind, the other feels the lure of the mob's flashy lifestyle, and soon he gets them all in trouble.

Earthling (2010)
When an astronaut makes contact with an unidentified object orbiting a space station, he sparks an electrical anomaly that causes a group of seemingly ordinary people on Earth to begin having the same bizarre dream.

Eik Dastaak (2006)
When by-the-book cop Kshitij discovers his partner, Ankita, is on the take, he tries to persuade her to give up her corrupt lifestyle. As they track down a businessman's hidden stash, Kshitij hopes to steer Ankita back onto the straight and narrow.

Feel (2006)
This drama follows a day in the life of a massage parlor, focusing both on the men who visit seeking to fill an emotional and physical void, and on the Asian women who wrestle with morality and their own self-worth as they dole out sexual pleasure.

Game Day (1999)
Steven Adler, a one-time high-profile college basketball coach, finds himself coaching a second-rate college team in a third-rate town. Addled by drugs, booze and sexual deviancy, Adler still finds a way to get his team into the championship game.

God Of Wonders (2008)
Led by a selection of Christian authors, ministers and biblical scholars, this documentary makes a compelling argument for the theory that the universe is the creation of an intelligent being. With contributions from theologian John Whitcomb, Berean Call ministry founder Dave Hunt and others, the program examines many aspects of the physical world, from the complex structure of DNA to the formation of water molecules, that point to a divine plan.

Green (2010)
An aspiring businessman moves to marijuana-friendly California with high hopes of opening a dispensary and seeing the cash roll in. But a moratorium placed on seller's licenses just as he arrives forces him to consider other plans to stay ahead.

Herpes Boy (2009)
A loser who's tired of being teased about the birthmark on his face finds unexpected fame when his quirky cousin takes the rant-and-rave videos he posts on the Internet and edits them in a way that makes them go viral.

How Weed Won The West (2010)
Filmmaker Kevin Booth (American Drug War) offers this documentary that chronicles the exploding popularity of medical marijuana dispensaries in California and the mixed response from law enforcement agencies. Focusing on the controversial story of Organica, a legal Los Angeles pot club that was raided in 2009, the film also includes insights from a range of medical marijuana advocates, including a former LAPD cop.

Karen Cries On The Bus (2010)
After 10 years in a loveless marriage, a woman leaves her husband to embark on a journey of independence and self-discovery. But as she possesses no discernible job skills, friends or money, the road will be bumpy.

Last Train Home (2009)
Documentarian Lixin Fan follows a couple who, like 130 million other Chinese peasants, left their rural village for work in the city, leaving their children to be raised by grandparents, returning only once a year on an arduous 1,000-mile journey.

No One Knows About Persian Cats (2009)
What do you do when you can't play music in your homeland, but you can't leave your country to play it abroad either? This is the dilemma faced by an Iranian guy and gal who, fresh on the heels of their prison release, decide to form a rock band. Despite having drive and ambition to spare, the wannabe rockers are stymied by lack of passports, lack of funds and lack of musicians who're willing to leave Iran in this drama from Bahman Ghobadi.

9/11: In Plane Sight (2007)
This documentary probes the theories behind the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, focusing on footage that aired only once on TV and was never shown again. The film also examines alternative causes of the crashes at the Pentagon and World Trade Center.

Passione (2010)
The glorious metropolis of Naples, Italy, is the star of this unusual film directed by John Turturro, who employs a scintillating blend of historical footage, reenactments and music videos to explore the city's musical past, present and future.

Pretty Ugly People (2009)
When chronically overweight Lucy invites a group of her old college pals to Montana for a weekend reunion because "time is running out," the friends assume that Lucy is at death's door, and they rush to her side in this indie comedy. But Lucy's got a few big surprises in store for them that tests the limits of their friendship and their sanity.

Racing Dreams (2009)
From go-kart champs, NASCAR winners are bred - or so goes the thinking of the drivers involved in the World Karting Association's National Pavement Series. This documentary follows three of the series' top contenders.

Runaway Slave (2012)
In a cross-country trek across America, Rev. C.L. Bryant makes the case that government entitlement programs are a new form of slavery. Highlights include interviews with black conservatives, who share their solutions for achieving true freedom.

Scouts Honor: Badge To The Bone (2009)
In this kooky comedy, it's merit-badge mania when not-too-bright but enthusiastic Tiger Scout Brandon Appleorchard enters a highly competitive contest to win the position of head honcho at a scouting camp.

Shadow (2009)
The horrors of combat pale in comparison to what awaits Iraq War veteran David (Jake Muxworthy) when he sets off on a European biking adventure, only to ride into a nightmare after crossing paths with a sadistic butcher named Mortis (Nuot Arquint). Taken captive by the bloodthirsty psycho -- who's eager to inflict atrocities more twisted than anything the soldier saw on the battlefield -- David soon finds himself in a desperate fight for his life.

She Monkeys (2011)
This provocative drama follows teenage gymnast Emma as she begins a competitive, sexually charged relationship with fellow athlete Cassandra, while Emma's young sister, Sara, pursues their cousin Sebastian with startling maturity and determination.

TEDTalks: Beauty & Fashion: Beneath The Skin Deep (11 Episodes) (2011)
Fashion and style is anything but skin deep. Find out what all creative industries can learn from fashion's free culture, as these experts discuss their observations on beauty and its influence on humanity and society.

TEDTalks: Building Wonder (17 Episodes) (2011)
Architects across the globe create new construction forms for a world where sustainability and design push every boundary. Sharing their ingenious work, these experts reflect on historical spaces and the future of building design.

TEDTalks: Chew On This (14 Episodes) (2011)
Take a seat at the TED table with bakers, food scientists, chefs, farmers and foodies for a taste of truth about food. These discussions celebrate and explore all things food, covering flavor, sustainability, obesity, famine and more.

TEDTalks: Crime And Punishment (14 Episodes) (2011)
The world of criminals, drug lords and social deviants -- these TED speakers fight it daily. Watch as they shape the meaning of a more just society. Topics include organized crime, network security, terrorism.

TEDTalks: Defying Disease (12 Episodes) (2011)
Can we outsmart Mother Nature to cure some of the world's deadliest diseases? These TED speakers propose some astonishing solutions. Topics include theories on vaccinations, treatments for cancer, age prevention, a healthy diet and more.

TEDTalksL Icons (17 Episodes) (2011)
Watch these iconic, high-profile personalities talk in depth about their lives, their visions and their ambitions. Richard Branson, Jane Goodall, Bono, Stephen Hawking and J.J. Abrams are among the many well-known presenters who share their stories.

TEDTalks: It's (Not Just) A Guy Thing (14 Episodes) (2011)
TED brings you the ultimate "guy'd book" with these testosterone-heavy topics that typically appeal to males. From being strapped to a jet aircraft to hacking a game controller, these presenters' curiosity and heroics will inspire both sexes.

TEDTalks: Power Shift (14 Episodes) (2011)
From politics in the United States to the dawn of the Arab Spring, powers are shifting around the world. Explore the ideas of statecraft through these presentations on diplomacy, border conflicts, U.S. elections, extremist groups and more.

The Cartel (2009)
In his first feature film, director Bob Bowdon takes aim at America's public school system, revealing a self-serving network of wasteful cartels that squander funding and fail to deliver when it comes to academic testing and basic skills. Both parents and teachers want change, but reform is an uphill battle in the face of heel-digging bureaucrats and so-called "dropout factories." It's a bona fide crisis that's burgeoning out of control.

TEDTalks: Sex, Secrets & Love (2011)
Would you die for love? Would you lie for love? These presenters' insights on sex, secrets and love are as surprising as they are delightful. Experts and humorists speak candidly about desire and attraction to illustrate the wonder of love.

TEDTalks: Smart Laughs (20 Episodes) (2011)
"TEDTalks" take a turn for the funny. Watch these folks crack wise as they deliver their bright ideas with wit, wisecracks and whoot! The talented performers riff on race, religion, art, society and more.

TEDTalks: Space Trek (20 Episodes) (2011)
Brilliant minds give clues about ancient celestial life forms, future spacecraft and the universe's most peculiar places. Experts offer their entertaining explanations of cosmic phenomena, space travel and the possibility of extraterrestrial life.

TEDTalks: Video & Photo Mojo (19 Episodes) (2011)
As the art form of filmmaking increasingly shapes the way we see our world, these TED presenters spread their ideas through the silver screen. Masters of photography and motion pictures discuss their work, from fantasy to documentary.

The Pill (2011)
After a drunken one-night stand, uptight Fred spends the day with offbeat Mindy to ensure she takes both doses of the morning-after pill -- and finds himself pulled into a whirl of wacky and awkward adventures in this delightful comedy.

The Trials Of Darryl Hunt (2006)
This poignant documentary tells the story of Darryl Hunt, a black North Carolina man who spent 20 years in prison for a crime he didn't commit: the rape and murder of a young white journalist.

Truth in 24 II: Every Second Counts (2012)
This documentary follows Audi's emotional triumph at the 2011 24 Hours of Le Mans auto race. After two Audi R18 TDI are knocked out via spectacular accidents, the remaining Audi fights a dramatic battle to the finish with Peugeot.

Vanishing Of The Bees (2009)
This documentary details the economic, political and ecological consequences of a dwindling world honeybee population. It's a phenomenon with a name -- Colony Collapse Disorder -- but no explanation or solution exists.



Metropolitan (1990)
Whit Stillman's witty comedy of manners pokes fun at a group of upper-class Manhattan preppies who gather for bridge and intellectual discussion.

Modify (2005)
This documentary mines the thoughts of people who've modified their bodies in extreme ways, including tongue splitting and branding.

Thomas & Friends: Muddy Matters (2013)
Through mud, garbage and muck, Thomas and his engine friends show that being really useful can sometimes be a dirty job!


Nine (2009)
Movie director Guido is in the throes of a midlife crisis, struggling to write his film while juggling relationships with many women.

Patience: After Sebald (2012)
In this homage to W.G. Sebald, filmmaker Grant Gee travels the author's beloved East Anglia, scene of Sebald's book The Rings of Saturn.

Shakespeare High (2011)
This uplifting documentary charts a group of California youth who escape the violence of their environs by participating in a Shakespeare competition.

The Salt Of Life (2011)
Bemoaning his recent retirement, Gianni decides to take a mistress -- a task that proves easier said than done in this wistful comedy.

American Teacher (2011)
Profiling four extraordinary teachers from diverse parts of the country, this documentary feature examines the struggles of an underpaid profession.

Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog (2008)
When he isn't breaking the law or trying to approach his crush, Penny, supervillain wannabe Dr. Horrible boasts via his Internet video blog.

In The Garden Of Sounds (2010)
A blind therapist for disabled children uses sounds and music to guide them on a gentle journey toward stronger communication and emotional health.

Skateland (2011)
In this coming-of-age tale set in the 1980s, a 19-year-old finds his life at a crossroads when the Texas roller rink where he works shuts its doors.

To End All Wars (2001)
Inspired by real-life events, this film follows a group of prisoners of war who are enlisted for the grueling task of building the Railroad of Death.


DreamWorks Presents: Mr. Peabody & Sherman: A Journey WABAC (2014)
Go WABAC in time to 1959 for a look at the groundbreaking cartoon Peabody's Improbable History and get a sneak peek at the film Mr. Peabody & Sherman.



Bastards Of The Party (2005)
Former Bloods member Cle Sloan examines the history of black street gangs, from their first appearances in the 1940s to their modern-day incarnations.

Bill Burr: Let It Go (2010)
The musings of comedian Bill Burr are let loose in this special, which was filmed at the historic Fillmore Auditorium in San Francisco.

Ghostride The Whip (2008)
Explore hyphy, the hip-hop phenomenon that's taken over San Francisco's Bay Area, through intervie9ws with Oakland-based artists.

Gun (2010)
Rapper 50 Cent stars in this riveting actioner that follows the life of a gun as it passes from manufacturer to distributor to user.

Kathleen Madigan: Gone Madigan (2010)
Kathleen Madigan of "Last Comic Standing" busts her wry comedy moves in this special filmed at the Gramercy Theater in New York City.

Louis C.K.: Chewed Up (2008)
Unabashed and uncensored, Louis C.K. brings down the house in this stand-up special, tackling politically correct euphemisms and other comic fodder.

Merry Christmas, Mr. Lawrence (1983)
Set in a prisoner-of-war camp during WWII, this drama examines the unusual relationship between a British prisoner and the camp's Japanese commandant.

Powwow Highway (1989)
This offbeat road film tracks the journey of a mellow Cheyenne tribe member who drives hundreds of miles to pick up a sister arrested in Santa Fe.

The Dogfather (2010)
After bulldog Sonny swallows a valuable ring and runs away from his gangster owner, a family adopts him, then must protect him from the gangster.

The Deep Blue Sea (2011)
This remake of the original 1955 film, adapted from a Terence Rattigan play, stars Rachel Weisz as a wedded woman who falls hard for a younger man.

The Lost Ride (2010)
After a boat crash, five friends swim to a supposedly deserted island, which turns out to be inhabited by ancient creatures with a taste for humans.

White Wedding (2009)
Groom-to-be Elvis confronts a tide of obstacles when he tries to cover the 1,000 miles to Cape Town, South Africa, in time for his wedding.

Whitney Cummings: Money Shot (2010)
Comedy Central roast veteran Whitney Cummings gets the stage to herself in this debut special, which finds her riffing on a wide range of topics.




Anuvahood (2011)
Wannabe gangsta rapper Kenneth decides to peddle pot on the streets of London with the help of his small crew of fellow losers.

Bonded By Blood (2010)
This thriller follows the careers of three notorious crooks who ruled southern England's drug trafficking underworld until they were gunned down.

Machine Gun Preacher (2011)
Gerard Butler stars in this true-life story of Sam Childers, a former drug dealer who dedicates his life to rescuing child soldiers in the Sudan.

Mum & Dad (2008)
Lena accepts a ride with her cheerful co-worker Birdie -- only to find herself knocked unconscious and imprisoned by a deranged family of murderers.

Robsessed: Life Of Robert Pattinson (2009)
Teen heartthrob and paparazzi magnet Robert Pattinson (Twilight) reveals his inner world to devotees in this documentary.

Salvage (2009)
After washing ashore in a metal shipping container, a mysterious monster begins tormenting the residents of a small community.

Skank (2010)
In 2015, all of London's street gangs battle for food. After his brother is murdered, Junior convinces his mates to help him seek revenge.

The Mark Of Cain (2007)
After a bomb kills their company commander in Iraq, two British soldiers are ordered to round up suspects and use torture on the detainees.

Tony (2010)
Solitary Tony sits at home, cultivating a taste for 1980s action flicks, and when socially awkward moments do arise, he resorts to murder.



The Tempest (2010)
Christopher Plummer stars as Prospero in Shakespeare's culminating masterpiece as performed by the Stratford Shakespeare Festival.



A Good Old Fashioned Orgy (2011)
When Eric learns that his family plans to sell their house in the Hamptons, he proposes one last bash to his group of friends: an orgy.

Alois Nebel (2011)
This dark-hearted animated Czech drama traces the haunted visions of a troubled train dispatcher in the waning days of the Cold War.

Tatsumi (2011)
This animated feature pays tribute to comic book artist Yoshihiro Tatsumi, who transformed Japanese comic art with his dramatic storytelling style.




Empire Of Silver (2009)
This sprawling epic centers on the exploits and intrigues of a banking dynasty that controls much of China's wealth at the end of the 19th century.

Money & Medicine (2012)
This film tackles the medical, ethical and financial challenges of containing the runaway health care spending threatening to bankrupt the country.

Pedal-Driven (2011)
This documentary delves into the escalating conflict between mountain bikers and the federal land managers charged with protecting the public lands.

Somewhere Between (2011)
Questions of identity and heritage are explored through the lives of four American women, adoptees from China who are members of transracial families.

Udaan (2010)  
Upon returning to his industrial hometown, a young man must decide whether to follow his own dreams or acquiesce to his father's plans for his future.

Vettai (2012) 
This powerful Tamil action film follows the shared fate of two very different siblings: policeman Thiru and his roguish brother, Guru.



Beauty Is Embarrassing (2012)
Get to know Wayne White, one of America's most unusual and arresting artists, with this snappy documentary that traces his eclectic career.

Beneath The Dark (2010)
At a desert motel, a young couple's rest is disturbed by a terrifying secret between them that is whispered by voices inside the walls of their room.

Bikini Girls On Ice (2009)
When their bus breaks down, a bunch of bikini-clad coeds head to a gas station, where a madman starts hacking his way from one beauty to the next.

Father Of My Children (2009)
A film producer with a seemingly charmed life commits suicide. This drama explores his shocking death by recounting the weeks before and after.

Mesrine: Part 2: Public Enemy #1 (2008)
Paris police redouble their efforts against gangster and publicity-hungry celebrity Jacques Mesrine by forming a unit dedicated to stopping him.

One Week (2008)
A young man (Joshua Jackson) who's just received news of his terminal illness leaves his perplexed fiancée behind, buys a Norton motorcycle and heads for the Pacific.

The Human Experience (2008)
In a world fraught with hostility and violence, an altruistic group of young men endeavor to understand the human spirit by visiting forgotten souls.

The Secret (2007)
In the wake of a tragic accident, the body of 16-year-old Samantha Marris serves as a resting place for her dead mother's lingering spirit.

The Swimsuit Issue (2008)
Sweden's only all-male synchronized swim team -- a group of passionate yet woefully incompetent middle-aged men -- pursues the world championship.



24-Hour Love (2013)
This star-studded ensemble drama tells the stories of seven everyday people who experience the good, the bad and the ugly of matters of the heart.



35 And Ticking (2011)
Four friends struggle to reconcile reality with the hopes and dreams they have about starting families and finding happiness with someone they love.

Alleged (2010)
Charles, a young reporter, gets a shot at the big time when famed editor H.L. Mencken takes him under his wing during the Scopes Monkey Trial.

America's Prince: The John F. Kennedy Jr. Story (2003)
The life and untimely death of John F. Kennedy Jr. are chronicled in this made-for-TV movie about the beloved son of America's 35th president.

Baaria (2009)
Three generations of a family face tumultuous personal and political events as their lives unfold in the Sicilian village of Bagheria.

Bad Samaritans (2013)
When their breakup at a picnic triggers a devastating wildfire, now ex-lovers Drew and Jake must serve 2,000 hours of community service together.

Best Of TEDx - Season One (2012)
Featuring local voices that reverberate globally, these talks celebrate the best of TEDx and its mantra of "ideas worth spreading."

Clash Of Empires (2011)

Doctor Doolittle: Million Dollar Mutts (2009)

Eternity And A Day (1998)

Freerunner (2011)

He's Mine, Not Yours (2011)

I Will Follow (2010)

Just peck (2009)

Just Like Mike: Streetball (2006)

Master Harold...And The Boys (2010)

Money Matters (2011)

Nephew Tommy: Just My Thoughts (2011)

Nick DiPaulo: Raw Nerve (2011)

One Direction: The Only Way Is Up (2012)

Osombie (2012)
While in Afghanistan, a young woman discovers that Osama bin Laden has risen -- and is building a zombie army to carry out his evil bidding.

Pete Smalls Is Dead (2010)

Revenge Of The Nerds III: The Next Generation (1992)
Disgusted by Adams College's nerdy transformation, a loudmouth alum teams with his aging nerd nemesis to restore the campus to its jock roots.

Shotgun Wedding (2013)

Smile (2009)

Soulja Boy: The Movie (2011)

Sparkle (2011)

Starsuckers (2009)

The Bachelor Party (2011)

The Clinic (2010)

The Ideal Husband (2011)

The Marine 2 (2009)
When terrorists overrun a resort, a Marine sniper whose wife has been taken hostage must use every deadly maneuver in his arsenal to save the day.

The Off Hours (2010)

The Perfect Game (2009)

The Perfect Gift (2011)

The Puck Hogs (2009)

Tuff Turf (1985)
There's bound to be trouble when the cool, rebellious new kid in school sets his sights on the hottie girlfriend of the school's tough guy.

Winning Favor (2012)
Two friends who play basketball for rival high schools end up living their dreams when they both make it to the state championships.