Top 10 this week
Add To Queue
Users Also Watched
Widely claimed to be Joseph Stalin's favorite movie, this classic musical comedy is a must-see. The action takes place on a steamboat on the iconic Volga River, as two groups of performers travel to Moscow to perform in the Moscow Musical Olympiad.
Gavin called a quack, a cult-leader, and a barista who sees himself as a guru. He also has a compulsion to wear extremely tight pants.
Evolution Of Andrew Andrews, The
This heartwarming, oddball comedy takes you through the pains of "growing up" one laugh at a time.
A Russian classic. Natasha gets lost in busy 1930s Moscow after leaving home to chase her cat. She meets friendly strangers along the way -- many of them children -- and unintentionally changes their lives. A fascinating glimpse of Moscow prior to WWII.
The Last Big Thing
From a bland tract house on the outskirts of Los Angeles, Simon Geist wages war against all of modern American popular culture.
When Michael and Eddie begin their tumultuous transition into the real world, they quickly discover that finding a job will be a lot harder than securing their degrees.
"Subprime" is an off beat family minefield of a comedy dealing with today's housing crisis and unemployment meltdown through the comedic lens of suburban youth coming-of-age in the midst of it all.
Delivering the Goods
Delivering the Goods is a follow-your-dreams comedy about Steve, a first generation Italian-American wishing to become a head chef against his father's advice.
Fine, Totally Fine
Winner of the Audience Award at the New York Asian Film Festival, Fine, Totally Fine is a dramedy about two listless friends - Teruo, a perpetual dreamer and haunted house enthusiast, and his friend Hisanobu, a uber-sensitive salaryman. When the two friends fall for the same quirky girl, their awkward advancements soon morph into a journey of self-discovery.
Joel Goodman (Rick Hearst "General Hospital") is a hotshot advertising executive angling for a promotion, but he feels stuck - not least of all in traffic. A seeming answer to his prayers comes in the form of a homeless man (Anthony Geary "General Hospital") whom Joel pays to sit in his passenger seat so he can use the carpool lane. The two form an unexpected bond, and Joel comes to realize that sometimes changing lanes can change your life. (Corbin Bernsen "LA LAW")
Billy Was A Deaf Kid
The classic, I hate your guts, no wait, I like you, my brother is deaf, lets ride a couch down the street, love story.
And Now a Word from Our Sponsor
Adan Kundle (Bruce Greenwood), CEO of an advertising agency, wakes up in the hospital only able to speak through slogans. When he's forced to find long-term care, Karen (Parker Posey) reluctantly decides to take him into her home for a few days.
The Proper Care and Feeding of an American Messiah
A mock documentary story of a man who thinks he is a messiah. Not the messiah, but rather a local, regionally-selected messiah for his own hometown.
The Indestructible Jimmy Brown
Jimmy Brown is thirty and single. He has just come home from a failed life in New York City and thinks his life is over. After returning to Pasadena from a stalled career in the New York art scene, and a disastrous break-up, Jimmy finds himself.
In this slapstick comedy, Ibo struggles to make everything right again.
Jolly Fellows was the first musical made in the USSRan anarchic, cavorting comedy in the Marx Brothers mode. Lead actress Lyubov Orlova was the preeminent star of Stalin-era musicalsmostly directed by Eisenstein associate Grigori Aleksandrov.
Permanent Vacation serves up a wildly creative comedy of the bizarre featuring star performances by rising talent, in the tradition of "Slacker" and "Idiocracy."