Category: Genre

Jo Koy: In His Elements (2020)

Storyline:Jo Koy returns to the Philippines to show off the local culture and headline a special featuring Filipino American comedians, DJs and hip-hop dancers.User Reviews:

Infamous (2020) 5.6

Infamous (2020)

Storyline:Living in a small Florida town and working at a diner was never Arielle's (Bella Thorne) dream life. She's always wanted more. Fame. Popularity. Admiration. When she falls for a recently paroled young crimin...

The King of Staten Island (2020) 6.2

The King of Staten Island (2020)

Storyline:Scott has been a case of arrested development ever since his firefighter father died when he was seven. He's now reached his mid-20s having achieved little, chasing a dream of becoming a tattoo artist that s...

The Departure (2020) 4

The Departure (2020)

Storyline:Before leaving Los Angeles to start a new job in New York, Nate, with the help of his best friend John, devises a wicked plan to test his girlfriend's loyalty.User Reviews:

Darkness Falls (2020) (2020) 4.5

Darkness Falls (2020) (2020)

Storyline:After his wife's suicide, Detective Jeff Anderson becomes convinced that she has been murdered. Obsessed with his investigation, he finds out that his wife was the victim of a team of father-and-son serial k...

Boonie Bears: Blast Into the Past (2019) 5.4

Boonie Bears: Blast Into the Past (2019)

Storyline:Boonie bears and bareheaded Qiang blast into primitive times and experience a period of exciting and breathtaking time in a primitive tribe.User Reviews:

The Pharmacist (1933) 6.7

The Pharmacist (1933)

Storyline:A hard-working, hen-pecked pharmacist, harried by a shrewish spouse, dysfunctional family, and demanding clientele, maintains his patience and a stoic optimism by imbibing frequent martinis. His termagant wi...

Love Is Thicker Than Water (2016) 5.7

Love Is Thicker Than Water (2016)

Storyline:Vida and Arthur come from vastly different backgrounds. Sensitive and touching, sometimes quirky and tragic, always uncompromisingly truthful, a fresh look how conflicting family ties challenge love in a mod...

The Trouble with Husbands (1940) 7.3

The Trouble with Husbands (1940)

Storyline:Benchley, in his own unique way, starts to drive his wife crazy. First he waits until just as she is serving dinner before he goes to wash his hands and shave. Then she sends him to the store for some butter...

Waiting for Baby (1941) 6.1

Waiting for Baby (1941)

Storyline:Mr. Benchley examines the pressures faced by expectant fathers.User Reviews: Waiting for Baby (1941) ** 1/2 (out of 4)This is a pretty funny Robert Benchley short that once again finds himself behind the des...

Singapore Sue (1932) 5.1

Singapore Sue (1932)

Storyline:Four sailors enter a Singapore dive, meet a Chinese girl from Brooklyn, and find there's more to her than meets the eye. Two songs.User Reviews: Singapore Sue (1932) ** 1/2 (out of 4) This Paramount short is...

The Sex Life of the Polyp (1928) 5.4

The Sex Life of the Polyp (1928)

Storyline:Dr. Benchley is addressing the Ladies Club on the subject of the reproductive habits of the polyp, a small aquatic organism. Although he is not able to display his live specimens, he has prepared a series of...

Walking the Baby (1933) 6.9

Walking the Baby (1933)

Storyline:Street-sweeper George flirts with a pretty, but dizzy, nursemaid in the park. Incorporates Burns & Allen's vaudeville "dizzy" routine.User Reviews:

Your Hat (1932) 6.8

Your Hat (1932)

Storyline:George, working in a hat shop, gets tricky with the customers. Then Gracie comes in and drives him batty.User Reviews: I've seen quite a few Burns & Allen shorts that they made in the early part of their...

The Babbling Book (1932) 6.8

The Babbling Book (1932)

Storyline:After a domestic scene with her parents, Gracie goes to work at the bookstore next door, just in time for a dizzy conversation with customer George. Written by Rod Crawford <[email protected]

Lighthouse Love (1932) 6.5

Lighthouse Love (1932)

Storyline:Two marines stationed in the Chinese port of Hang Chow decide to swear off women and join the lighthouse patrol.User Reviews:

Oh, My Operation (1931) 6.8

Oh, My Operation (1931)

Storyline:George is taken to the hospital in mistake for an accident victim. After his needless operation, he meets Nurse Gracie, who adds insanity to injury. Written by Rod Crawford <[email protected]

The Barber Shop (1933) 6.7

The Barber Shop (1933)

Storyline:Barber O'Hair has a vegetarian wife at home a pretty manicurist at work. A dog sits in the barbershop which O'Hair explains: "One day I was shaving a man and cut his ear off. And the dog got it. Been back he...

Nothing But Nerves (1942) 6.8

Nothing But Nerves (1942)

Storyline:After some investigation, Robert Benchley finds his nerves are in a bad state. He has the jitters so bad he can't hold his cup still enough to drink his coffee, and he thinks the arrival of some plumbers is ...

I Surrender Dear (1931) 6.2

I Surrender Dear (1931)

Storyline:A girl, in love with the radio voice of Bing Crosby, is kissed by him in mistake for his sister; she won't believe it's him, and in a slapstick search through hotel corridors for his new flame, Bing runs afo...

Pool Sharks (1915) 5.6

Pool Sharks (1915)

Storyline:Two ardent suitors for the hand a pretty young woman carry their fight from an picnic to a test of skill in an indoor pool hall. After a series of unbelievable trick shots, the fight degenerates into billiar...

Eve’s Bayou (1997) 7.3

Eve’s Bayou (1997)

Storyline:The story is set in 1962 Louisiana. The Batiste family is headed by charming doctor Louis. Though he is married to beautiful Roz, he has a weakness for attractive female patients. One night Louis trysts with...

100% Service (1931) 6.9

100% Service (1931)

Storyline:George registers at the Jefferson Hotel; after the desk clerk gives him the runaround, he meets Gracie at the cigar counter.User Reviews: While I will admit that this is a competently made comedy short and i...

Crime Control (1941) 7.2

Crime Control (1941)

Storyline:A police officer alerts his audience to the fact that inanimate objects can be as dangerous as human criminals. He then displays several offenders that have recently been brought in. Shoelaces, for example, ...