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A British soldier left behind by his unit in a riot-filled Belfast desperately tries to survive the night in this thriller.
1, 2, 3 All Eyes on Me
A loving fourth-grade teacher gets caught in a crisis that engulfs her campus and threatens the kids in her care.
New Orleans cop John Cena must undergo a dozen death-defying tests of nerve in order to save his girlfriend from a psycho criminal.
12 Rounds 2: Reloaded
A hardworking EMT becomes a pawn in a criminal mastermind's twisted game, forcing him to survive 12 high-stakes rounds of threats.
12 Years a Slave
The 2013 Oscar(R)-winning Best Picture about a free black man in 1841 who was kidnapped and sold into slavery.
12th & Delaware
A look at the abortion debate through a Florida town where a clinic and a pro-life outfit stand on opposite sides of an intersection.
Denzel Washington and Mark Wahlberg are undercover operatives on the run for their lives holding millions in drug money.
2021 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony
The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame's 2021 inductees—Tina Turner, Carole King, The Go-Go's, JAY-Z, Foo Fighters, and Todd Rundgren—are honored.
21 & Over
The night before his big medical school interview, a promising student celebrates his 21st birthday with his two best friends.
28 Days Later
A deadly virus transforms humans into bloodthirsty, rage-filled zombies that leave a handful of survivors on the run for their lives.
28 Weeks Later
Following the hit '28 Days Later' comes this shocking sequel that finds a new wave of bloodthirsty zombies on an even deadlier rampage.
3 1/2 Minutes, Ten Bullets
This film examines the 2012 murder in Florida of an unarmed African American teen and the trial of his white shooter.
3:10 to Yuma
In this riveting western remake, a rancher agrees to deliver an outlaw to justice only to be hunted by the man's cold-blooded henchmen.
4 Little Girls
Spike Lee's documentary about the 1963 Birmingham church bombing that killed four young girls.
40 Years a Prisoner
This film chronicles a 1978 Philadelphia shootout and the subsequent fight to release nine convicted members of the group, MOVE.
An endearing and enlightening portrait of the life and careers of George H.W. Bush, the 41st President of the United States.
47 samurai plot revenge against the evil warlord responsible for the death of their master in this retelling of the popular Japanese tale.
5 American Handguns - 5 American Kids
Disturbing look at the stories of five handguns that killed five children--and how their deaths might have been prevented.
50 Children: The Rescue Mission of Mr. & Mrs. Kraus
The courageous journey of Gilbert and Eleanor Kraus to save 50 Jewish children from the Nazis is chronicled in this inspiring film.
This documentary looks back at the wildly contested 2000 presidential election which came down to 537 votes.
Mickey Mantle and Roger Maris chase Babe Ruth's home-run record during the Yankees magical 1961 season in this acclaimed baseball drama.
7 Days in Hell
Two tennis arch-rivals battle it out on the court in the longest and greatest match of all time in this outrageous mock documentary.
9 to 5
Three put-upon office workers hatch an outrageous plot against their sexist boss in this madcap comedy romp.
A Child's Garden of Verses
A young boy, confined to his bed, uses his imagination to find fun and excitement in this animated tale.
A Choice of Weapons: Inspired by Gordon Parks
This documentary explores the power of images in advancing racial, economic, and social equality as seen through the work of Gordon Parks.
A Christmas Story
In the 1940s, little Ralphie tries to convince his parents to get him a Red Ryder range-model BB gun for Christmas.
A Dangerous Son
This film focuses on three families with a child who has a serious mental illness, and the struggles of each to find appropriate treatment.
A Family Is a Family Is a Family: A Rosie O'Donnell Celebration
Rosie O'Donnell looks at the changing face of families today in this moving documentary.
A Girl in the River: The Price of Forgiveness
Oscar(R)-winning film about a young Pakistani woman who lived to tell of her narrow escape from an attempted 'honor' killing.
A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III
After being dumped by the love of his life, a graphic designer plays out a series of surreal fantasies as a way of coping with reality.
A Good Job: Stories of the FDNY
Acclaimed actor and FDNY veteran Steve Buscemi looks at what it's like to work as a New York City firefighter.
A Happening of Monumental Proportions
Administrators at a Los Angeles elementary school scramble to hide the groundskeeper's dead body from students and parents on Career Day.
A Kind of Murder
The lives of an aspiring crime writer and a man suspected of killing his wife become dangerously intertwined in this thriller.
A Most Violent Year
An immigrant heating-oil supplier in 1981 New York tries to keep his business clean amid the rising corruption all around him.
A Nightmare on Elm Street
A group of teenagers are terrorized by Freddy Krueger, an evil being from another world who gets to his victims by entering their dreams and killing them with gloves that have knife blades attached to each finger.
A Private War
In this immersive biopic, fearless war journalist Marie Colvin travels to war-torn Syria in 2012 to report on the unfolding conflict.
A Rape in a Small Town: The Florence Holway Story
An elderly woman recounts the horrific story of her rape and her 12-year fight for justice and change in a flawed legal system.
A Rodeo Film
A Black bull rider in rural California must choose between his brother and a woman he loves.
A Simple Plan
A crashed plane containing $4 million leads three men into a plot that quickly spirals out of control in this thriller.
A Storybook Ending
In this short film, a chain reaction of deceit, blackmail, and murder is set off after a Black man accidentally kills an undercover cop.
A Thousand Words
A fast-talking agent can only speak 1,000 more words before he dies in this feel-good comedy starring Eddie Murphy.
Searching for his true identity, a teen is hunted by assassins after finding a picture of himself as a kid on a missing-persons website.
Abortion: Desperate Choices
An intense, thought-provoking look at the human side of one of the most explosive moral and political issues of our time.
Abortion: Stories Women Tell
A thought-provoking look at the issue of abortion today, told through the stories of the women involved on all sides.
About Face: Supermodels Then and Now
A dizzying bevy of iconic former supermodels look back at their careers and the changing world of fashion in this unique video portrait.
A jewel thief has to prove his innocence after being framed for a murder involving the U.S. president.
Across the Universe
A love story between a British youth and an American girl plays out in the turbulent 1960s backed by the music of the Beatles.
Act of Valor
Real-life Navy SEALs star in this thriller that follows an elite platoon as they track a terrorist threat all the way to the U.S. border.
An aging gay Mexican man meets the estranged son of his recently passed partner, and family secrets are exposed.
This documentary features insights from experts on trends and treatments in the ongoing battle against drug and alcohol abuse.
A celebration of the life and work of actor/filmmaker Adrienne Shelly who was murdered in 2006.
In 2415, a highly skilled assassin is tasked with taking down the leader of the oppressive regime that reigns over the last city on Earth.
After the Sunset
Two jewel thieves are pursued by an FBI agent who suspects they're plotting to steal the last Napoleon diamond in this breezy thriller.
After Truth: Disinformation and the Cost of Fake News
This eye-opening documentary examines the rising phenomenon of “fake news” in the U.S. and its impact in the age of social media.
Against the Ropes
Meg Ryan is a knockout as Jackie Kallen—boxing’s first female fight promoter--who tries to lead a down-and-out boxer to ring stardom.
Against the Wall
The daily brutality of jail life explodes into a violent revolt in this powerful drama about the barbarous uprising at Attica Prison.
Biographical portrait of Gianni Agnelli, the legendary Italian industrialist, playboy and fashion trendsetter.
Airplane II: The Sequel
Buckle up for a wild ride to the moon in this hilarious comedy sequel starring Robert Hays and Julie Hagerty.
An ex-pilot who's terrified of flying is the last hope for a planeload of wacky passengers in this classic spoof.
A chilling southern gothic tale of a woman who accused her preacher-husband of trying to kill her--by rattlesnake bite.
Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day
A boy's day goes from bad to worse in this charming animated musical.
A hotel employee steals an expensive wedding dress and goes on an all-day excursion to get married.
Ali & Cavett: The Tale of the Tapes
The courage and charisma of boxing legend Muhammad Ali are witnessed through the bond he formed with television host Dick Cavett.
Alive Day Memories: Home From Iraq
First-person stories of ten Alive Day heroes--soldiers who survived near-fatal wounds while serving in Iraq--as told to James Gandolfini.
All My Life
Inspired by a true love story, this romance follows the tale of a newly engaged couple whose relationship is rocked by a tragic diagnosis.
All the President's Men
The Washington Post's Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein tie the Watergate break-in to the White House.
All the Pretty Horses
A dispossessed young man on an epic journey to Mexico seeks the meaning of life, love, responsibility and honor.
All the Way
Bryan Cranston stars as President Lyndon B. Johnson in the dramatic story of his tumultuous first year in office in this HBO Films feature.
Along Came a Spider
Morgan Freeman tracks a maniacal kidnapper with a diabolical plan in this thriller based on the James Patterson novel.
Alternate Endings: Six New Ways to Die in America
Touching film that explores the innovative ways Americans are approaching end of life.
Alvin and the Chipmunks
Alvin! Simon! Theodore! The classic cartoon chipmunks are back in this tuneful holiday tale about their big break.
Amanda Seales: I Be Knowin'
Comedian/actor Amanda Seales stars in her first HBO stand-up special, taped in front of a live audience at the Edison Ballroom in NYC.
An undocumented immigrant's effort to become a U.S. citizen is put on hold by the government's child separation border policy.
A successful businessman's daughter becomes a radical activist in Philip Roth's chronicle of social upheaval in the 1960s and ’70s.
Bret Easton Ellis's ultra-dark satire of '80s excesses as seen through the eyes of a serial-killing stockbroker.
American Psycho II: All American Girl
A pretty co-ed comes up with a surefire plan to win a desirable teacher's-assistant job: kill everyone who stands in her way!
Droll, offbeat film about underground comic-book writer Harvey Pekar.
A Mexican parrot seeks the help of his TV hero to save his father from a gang of bully birds in this animated comedy.
Americans in Bed
Ten American couples--captured in the comfort of their own beds--openly discuss romance, sex, trust and love in candid interviews.
The world's most famous house of horror lures a skeptical journalist and his ex-wife into its deadly grip in this third 'Amityville' film.
Amityville II: The Possession
Demonic forces terrorize another family and take possession of a teen in the infamous house of horrors.
A powerful, moving documentary on the short but electrifying life of British singer-songwriter Amy Winehouse. "A masterpiece" (GQ).
Amy Schumer: Live at the Apollo
Comedy superstar Amy Schumer brings her unique blend of honesty and an unapologetic sense of humor to HBO in this stand-up special.
An Apology to Elephants
This documentary short explores our history with elephants and the problems that arise when they are brought to live in captivity.
And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself
Antonio Banderas stars in this incredible true story of the real-life Mexican revolutionary who starred in Hollywood's first action epic.
And the Band Played On
Matthew Modine is a doctor who tracks a deadly epidemic halfway around the world in this medical thriller.
Andre the Giant
The life and career of Andre the Giant, one of the most beloved legends in WWE history, is chronicled in this documentary.
An intimate drama about the complicated relationship between a social worker and the bright but troubled teenager she tries to help.
Adam Sandler stars as a businessman who gets assigned to anger management therapy with a wildly unconventional instructor (Jack Nicholson).
Animo Juventud (Go Youth)
This coming-of-age tale explores the loves, dreams, and fears of four teens in Mexico City who rebel against the adult world.
Keira Knightley and Jude Law star in this stylized adaptation of Leo Tolstoy's novel about a married woman's affair in 19th-century Russia.
The 'supremely creepy' (Hollywood Reporter) devil doll from 'The Conjuring' terrorizes a young couple in this scary prequel.
Antes de que nos olviden (Before We Are Forgotten)
Former Mexican President Felipe Calderon's six-year war on drug trafficking is the focus of this investigative documentary.
Any One of Us
Mountain biker Paul Basagoitia's recovery from a devastating spinal cord injury is chronicled in this documentary.
A hedge fund manager tries to keep his business and family together after an accident threatens to unravel his web of lies and deceptions.
Área Chica Infierno Grande (Hell In the Goal Area)
After a soccer team reaches the semifinals, the head of the club learns the referee has been bribed by their rival.
Bruce Willis leads a desperate mission to save Earth from a direct hit by a monstrous asteroid in this disaster epic.
A man enlists the help of an undercover cop to rescue his small-time mobster brother who has been kidnapped by a ruthless crime boss.
Arthur Miller: Writer
An intimate portrait of legendary playwright Arthur Miller as told from the unique perspective of his daughter, Rebecca.
As You Like It
Kenneth Branagh's exotic adaptation of Shakespeare's delightful stage comedy in which a courtship plays out in the Forest of Arden.
Following a series of salacious leaks from an anonymous hacker, four teens fight for survival as their small town erupts into anarchy.
Sylvester Stallone plays a master killer-for-hire who finds himself hunted by Antonio Banderas after he falls for a sexy target.
At Close Range
Sean Penn and Christopher Walken are electrifying in this powerful true story of a young man who is corrupted by his criminal father.
At First Sight
A blind man discovers love and light after a lifetime spent in darkness in this romance starring Val Kilmer and Mira Sorvino.
At the Heart of Gold: Inside the USA Gymnastics Scandal
This hard-hitting documentary chronicles the lives affected by the Larry Nassar sexual-abuse criminal case that shook the sports world.
An illuminating look at the impact of a long-festering nuclear-waste landfill on two increasingly desperate St. Louis communities.
A lie tragically changes the lives of three people in this searing adaptation of Ian McEwan's 2001 bestseller.
Nicole Kidman and Hugh Jackman star in this sweeping epic about an English woman who finds tragedy, danger and passion in Australia.
Autism: The Musical
A dynamic and intimate look at several families whose autistic children create and perform a live musical in L.A.
Autism: The Sequel
This follow-up to the Emmy(R) winning "AUTISM: The Musical" follows five young adults on the spectrum as they navigate their early 20's.
This engaging documentary explores the life and legend of the famed New York Yankees slugger.
A haunting examination of Dr. Quincy Fortier, a fertility specialist who used his own sperm to impregnate an untold number of women.
Cold-blooded mercenary Vin Diesel undertakes a risky job to bring a 'special' young woman from Europe to New York City in this thriller.
Back to School
Rodney Dangerfield turns higher education into a textbook case of lowbrow laughs in this riotous comedy.
Backstabbing for Beginners
An enthusiastic young United Nations worker in Iraq with his mentor uncovers wide-ranging corruption in the UN's Oil-for-Food program.
A respected Long Island school superintendent (Hugh Jackman) and his assistant (Allison Janney) turn up in a massive embezzlement scheme.
Bad News Bears
Billy Bob Thornton plays a drunken ex-baseball player who gets stuck coaching a ragtag band of little league misfits in this comedy remake.
A foul-mouthed seventh grade teacher who is dumped by her sugar daddy starts to pursue a colleague, which provokes conflict with the school's model teacher.
A single, 30-year-old flight attendant decides to stop flying solo and gives herself 30 days to get engaged.
Life and death at the 86th Combat Support Hospital--the U.S. Army's premier medical facility in Iraq.
A compelling look at the struggles of police and activists to hold Baltimore together following the 2015 death of the Freddie Gray.
Woody Allen leads the revolution in a Latin American banana republic in this classic 1971 comedy.
A singer-songwriter hires a new guy in town to manage her fledgling rock group and help her win a battle of the bands competition.
Banksy Does New York
Chronicle of famed street artist Banksy's month-long residency in NYC, utilizing local footage and social-media content.
A teen special ops assassin fakes her own death and poses as an exchange student, but she discovers that high school can be a real killer.
Basic Instinct 2: Risk Addiction
Sharon Stone returns as author and temptress Catherine Tramell who turns her seductive wiles on to a psychiatrist in this sequel.
Holy original, Batfans! The Caped Crusader battles a quartet of his most devious enemies in this zowie 1966 movie based on the hit show.
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice: Ultimate Edition
Gotham City's formidable, forceful vigilante takes on Metropolis's most revered, modern-day savior, while a new threat quickly arises, putting mankind in greater danger than it's ever known before.
Batman: Mask of the Phantasm
In this stylish animated film, Batman battles a dangerous new foe who is trying to frame the Dark Knight for the murder of a crime lord--and who is mysteriously linked to Bruce Wayne's former girlfriend.
Batman: The Long Halloween Part One
Based on the critically acclaimed graphic novel, Batman, Lieutenant Gordon and D.A. Harvey Dent race against the calendar as it advances toward the next ill-fated holiday.
Batman: The Long Halloween Part Two
Witness the dangerous clash of crime and chaos that has Batman racing the clock to uncover the mystery of the Holiday killer.
A troubled young Brooklyn man (Harris Dickinson) begins exploring his sexuality in this powerful drama.
Beah: A Black Woman Speaks
Biographical tribute to the lasting legacy of great American actress and activist Beah Richards.
Becoming Mike Nichols
Filmmaking legend Mike Nichols opens up about his storied career in this intimate documentary shot just four months prior to his death.
Becoming Warren Buffett
This fascinating documentary traces the remarkable life, career and credo of billionaire investor Warren Buffett.
An unsatisfied bumblebee leaves the hive behind for a jaunt in the big bad human world in this animated comedy.
The ghosts of a happy couple enlist a bio-exorcist to evict the new owners of their former home.
Before I Fall
A high schooler finds herself waking up to relive the same tragic day over and over as she tries to unravel what is causing the phenomenon.
Behind the Candelabra
Michael Douglas and Matt Damon star in this film that recounts show-biz icon Liberace's tempestuous relationship with a young lover.
Kenneth Branagh's poignant story of love, laughter and loss in one boy’s childhood, amid the music and social tumult of the late 1960s.
Belichick & Saban: The Art of Coaching
Legendary football coaches Bill Belichick and Nick Saban open up in this documentary that looks at their four-decade-long friendship.
A young bi-racial woman plays a role in the abolition of slavery in 18th-century Britain in this inspiring period drama.
Bend It Like Beckham
A talented teen scores a spot on a local women's soccer team, but is forced to hide it from her traditional Indian family.
Bernard and Doris
Susan Sarandon and Ralph Fiennes star in this intimate hypothetical story about an heiress who left her fortune to her butler.
Queen Latifah stars as Bessie Smith in this vivid portrait of the legendary 20th century blues singer.
Between The World And Me
Artists and activists weave a tapestry of the African-American experience in this special about growing up in inner-city Baltimore.
Beware the Slenderman
A chilling look at the infamous case in which two 12-year-old girls stabbed their friend to pay tribute to Internet legend 'Slenderman.'
Stranded in the wilderness of Finland, the US President teams up with a local boy to evade ruthless terrorists who are closing in.
A legendary champion of illegal motorcycle racing faces the challenge of a fearless young upstart in this tire-smoking thriller.
Bill Maher ... But I'm Not Wrong
Bill Maher provides his hilarious insights and opinions on a variety of social and political issues in this stand-up special.
Bill Maher: #Adulting
Bill Maher brings his no-holds-barred perspective to cancel culture, quarantine, Q-Anon, and more in this stand-up special.
Bill Maher: Live from Oklahoma
Bill Maher headlines his 11th HBO stand-up special, this time from the stage of the Brady Theater in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Bill Maher: The Decider
Comedian, writer and HBO talk-show host Bill Maher performs a hilariously scathing stand-up set in this comedy special.
Bill Maher: Victory Begins at Home
Comedian/writer/actor Bill Maher performs in this stand-up comedy special recorded at the Hudson Theatre in New York City.
Billie Jean King: Portrait of a Pioneer
A profile of the remarkable life and career of tennis legend Billie Jean King, both on and off the court.
Billy Crystal 700 Sundays
Billy Crystal brings his award-winning, one-man Broadway show to HBO in this deeply personal special.
Black Art: In the Absence of Light
A look at the indelible contributions of some of the foremost African American artists in today's contemporary art world.
Black Boy Joy
Three generations of Black men struggle to juggle the demands of raising a young son with autism while adapting to a new normal.
Black Hawk Down
Shot down during a mission in Somalia, the crews of two Black Hawk choppers desperately fight for survival against heavily armed forces.
Langston Hughes' beloved musical is brought to the big screen in this uplifting holiday film.
Butch Cassidy survives the 1908 standoff with the Bolivian army and embarks on an adventure with a young criminal in this striking Western.
Blanes Esquina Müller (Blanes St and Müller)
Jorge is visited by his future self who travelled back in time to prevent his girlfriend from leaving him and proposes a plan to avoid it.
A son's video diary of his mother's long ordeal following hip-replacement surgery underscores the problems of American health care today.
In 1970s Brooklyn, an ex-con trying to go straight is pulled back into a life of crime, triggering a bloody showdown with his cop brother.
Sound-effects expert John Travolta accidentally becomes entangled in a real murder in this Brian De Palma thriller.
A Korean adoptee who grew up in the Louisiana bayou suddenly faces deportation--and the loss of his family.
David Lynch's surreal small-town murder mystery involving a kinky nightclub singer and a drug-addicted sadist.
Bob Saget: That Ain't Right
Former TV dad Bob Saget shows his truly twisted side in this one-hour, adults-only stand-up special.
Bodas de Oro (The Anniversary)
A couple's 50th anniversary celebration takes an unexpected turn when the guests' video testimonials turn into confessions.
A recovering drug addict learns the rehab center where he got clean is a cover for a massive fraud scheme.
A Chinese American basketball phenom tries to balance his dreams of playing in the NBA with his family's pressure to earn a scholarship.
Love-'em-and-leave-'em executive Eddie Murphy gets a dose of his own medicine in this sassy romantic comedy.
Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit/Kazakhstan
A TV journalist from Kazakhstan hits the U.S. in this hilarious comedy based on the character from HBO's 'Da Ali G Show.'
A border guard with the special ability to smell human emotions meets a mysterious man that confounds her detection.
Borg vs. McEnroe
In 1980, Björn Borg is the top tennis player in the world with only one obstacle in the way of a fifth Wimbledon title: John McEnroe.
The gay son of a Baptist pastor is pressured into attending a conversion therapy program.
A filmmaker-mother's heartbreaking film about the suicide of her 15-year-old son.
Jeffrey Wright stars as the young Martin Luther King Jr. in this powerful film that recreates the start of the Civil Rights movement.
Brave New Voices 2010
The excitement and poetry of the Brave New Voices 2010 National Slam team championships is captured in this special.
Mel Gibson directed and stars in this rousing 1995 Best Picture Oscar(R)-winner about 13th-century Scottish patriot William Wallace.
City couple Kurt Russell and Kathleen Quinlan are plunged into a nightmare in the U.S. southwest after their car breaks down.
A young would-be cycling champ in Indiana dreams of Europe and pedals with his blue-collar buddies against snooty college boys.
Breslin and Hamill: Deadline Artists
An in-depth profile of iconic New York City journalists Jimmy Breslin and Pete Hamill.
Bright Lights: Starring Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds
An intimate portrait of Hollywood royalty in all its eccentricity, this film celebrates the lives of Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds.
Brillo Box (3¢ Off)
Follow Andy Warhol's iconic 'Brillo Box (3¢ Off)' sculpture from a New York family's living room to the contemporary global-art market.
Bringing Down the House
Uptight attorney Steve Martin gets a lesson in learning to lighten up from an ex-con (Queen Latifah) who needs his help.
Bringing Out the Dead
A burned-out paramedic on the brink of madness is haunted by the ghosts of those he was unable to save.
Brothers by Blood
Two cousins are drawn into a cycle of betrayal and revenge between Irish and Italian mobs in Philadelphia in this gritty crime drama.
Ashley Judd shacks up with paranoid Michael Shannon who becomes convinced their hotel room is infested by tiny bugs in this thriller.
Bully. Coward. Victim. The Story of Roy Cohn
This film explores infamous attorney Roy Cohn's rise to power and how his influence continues to rule today.
Burning Ojai: Our Fire Story
A look back at the December 2017 wildfire that devastated a Ventura County, California community.
Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee
Epic 'HBO Films' adaptation of Dee Brown's book about the subjugation and cultural extermination of the Sioux tribe in the 19th century.
Mistaken identity gets hapless Seattle delivery man Daniel Stern into trouble-and back out again-in this comedy-adventure.
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
Paul Newman and Robert Redford are wisecracking outlaws on the run in this classic Western, a breezy blend of action, comedy and romance.
Follow reporter Buzz Bissinger as he explores his sexual identity while collaborating with Caitlyn Jenner on her tell-all memoir.
By the People: The Election of Barack Obama
The exclusive inside story of Barack Obama's journey from the U.S. Senate to the White House.
The snobs of Bushwood Country Club don't know who they're messing with when they snub rich slob Jackie Mason in this comedy sequel.
Robin Williams is a car salesman forced to negotiate with a machine-gun-wielding man who takes his dealership hostage in this comedy.
In a summer mansion in the Costa Brava, a young domestic worker has to serve two rich kids while she looks for her own way to have fun.
Pablo desperately wants to get back together with his ex-girlfriend, but he faces a challenge in his increasing baldness.
Philip Seymour Hoffman won the 2005 Best Actor Oscar(R) for his portrayal of Truman Capote as he feverishly wrote 'In Cold Blood.'
The young concierge of a spooky London mansion entertains an elderly visitor in this follow-up film to 'Joe's Palace.'
Capturing the Friedmans
A riveting look at a family's disintegration amidst the turmoil of the father and youngest son being charged with child molestation.
Carlin at Carnegie
George Carlin delights the crowd at New York's Carnegie Hall with his offbeat perceptions of the absurdities of everyday life.
Caro Comes Out
Cuban American writer Caro Hernandez is on a mission: to come out as gay to her entire Cuban family, most of whom reside in Miami.
Cast a Deadly Spell
A gumshoe is hired to locate a stolen book about black magic that could destroy the world if it falls into the wrong hands.
Catch a Fire
The true story of an innocent man accused of a terrorist crime during South Africa's apartheid rule is told in this gripping drama.
Catch That Kid
A pre-teen mountain climber enlists two friends to help her rob a bank so she can pay for a medical procedure to save her father.
Cedric the Entertainer: Taking You Higher
Cedric the Entertainer--one of the 'Original Kings of Comedy'--seizes the spotlight in his first HBO stand-up comedy special.
See what celebrated Latino actors, newsmakers and a music legend have to say about being Latino in the U.S. in this sixth 'Habla' special.
Celebrity Habla 2
See what celebrated Latino actors, newsmakers and a musical legend have to say about being Latino in the U.S.
Abducted by a dangerous felon, a teacher's only hope is a shaky phone connection with a college student. Kim Basinger and Chris Evans star.
Abducted by a dangerous felon, a teacher's only hope is a shaky phone connection with a college student. Kim Basinger and Chris Evans star.
Robert Downey Jr. brings Charlie Chaplin perfectly to life in this revealing film about the legendary comedic actor.
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
A poor boy and four spoiled children win a tour through the incredible factory of an odd confectioner.
Charlie St. Cloud
Small-town sailing star Zac Efron must choose between love and a promise he made to his late brother in this tender drama.
A Latino Casanova courts three Hispanic women in three different cities...until they find out about one another in this comedy.
A skilled but down-on-his-luck gardener stumbles upon a glorious estate that hasn’t been landscaped in months.
A troubled chef looks to reignite his passion for cooking by launching a food truck in this spicy film.
Chernobyl: The Lost Tapes
A revealing account of the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear disaster and Ukraine's resilience told through newly discovered archival footage.
Whoopi Goldberg hits the stage, to shake, rattle and roll through a riotous stand-up hour, recorded live on stage in Los Angeles.
Catherine Zeta-Jones and Renee Zellweger light up the screen as spotlight-starved murderesses in this Oscar(R)-winning musical.
Detective Tom Hardy and his commander Gary Oldman join forces to find a child killer in 1950s Russia.
Children of a Lesser God
Locked in her own private world, a deaf woman is gently coaxed out of her shell by a dedicated teacher. Starring Marlee Matlin.
Roman Polanski's 1974 film noir classic with private eye Jack Nicholson on the trail of corruption, murder and sex in 1930s L.A.
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
An inventor and his children take off for adventures in a magical car in this 1968 family musical.
A broke college student takes a job as an exotic dancer and becomes a huge hit—but has to hide his new gig from his mom and girlfriend.
Chris Gethard: Career Suicide
Comedian/writer/talk-show and podcast host Chris Gethard brings his critically acclaimed one-man, off-Broadway show to HBO.
Chris Rock: Bigger & Blacker
Chris Rock combines his hilarious delivery and his fearless style to launch an all-out comedy assault in his third solo HBO special.
Chris Rock: Kill the Messenger
Chris Rock's fifth HBO comedy special features footage of the comic from performances in South Africa, New York and London.
Chris Rock: Never Scared
Chris Rock performs stand-up from his 'Black Ambition Tour' in this comedy special taped before a live audience in Washington, D.C.
The fact-based story of a Santa Barbara family who were catapulted to notoriety in the early 1970s in a groundbreaking PBS series.
Citizen U.S.A.: A 50 State Road Trip
Alexandra Pelosi criss-crosses the U.S. to meet new Americans in this illuminating look at the naturalization process in America.
A Russian police detective faces almost insurmountable odds in his search for the most savage serial killer of modern times.
City Dump: The Story of the 1951 CCNY Basketball Scandal
This documentary examines one of the darkest and saddest chapters in sports history: the CCNY basketball team game-fixing scandal.
A look at the effects of gentrification in West Chelsea, NYC, where affluent kids share a street with people from public-housing projects.
Larry David is a disgraced former exec whose past humiliation threatens to disrupt his new life in this HBO Films comedy.
Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton steam up the screen as Cleopatra and Mark Antony in this opulent, Oscar(R)-winning epic.
Clínica de Migrantes
Filmmaker Maxim Pozdorovkin shines a light on Puentes de Salud, a Philadelphia health-care clinic serving undocumented immigrants.
Five distinct and impassioned characters grapple with politics, culture, and the pandemic in this socially distanced satire.
Code of Silence
Chuck Norris cuts a tough figure as a Chicago vice cop battling drug mobs and his own department's corruption.
A trio of randy high-school seniors takes the ultimate road trip to experience college life.
Cultures clash when Detroit cop Jay Leno teams up with Japanese detective Pat Morita to find a killer in this fast-paced crime-drama.
L.A. cops Sean Penn and Robert Duvall--one a hot-headed youth, the other a diplomatic veteran--are teamed up on gang detail.
Anne Hathaway stars as an aimless party girl with a freaky connection to the massive creature stomping across South Korea.
A year in the lives of four patients at JFK Medical Center's Center for Head Injuries as they emerge from comas.
Coming to America
Eddie Murphy stars in this hit comedy as a pampered African prince who comes to New York City seeking a woman to be his queen.
Conan the Barbarian
Jason Momoa takes on the role of Conan in this sword-and-sorcery epic that pits the mighty warrior against a diabolical enemy.
The alien Conehead family from the planet Remulak adapt to life in Paramus, New Jersey in this riotous comedy based on the 'SNL' sketch.
Cocky con man Edward Burns agrees to pull off a scam for a big-time swindler after he treads on the man's turf.
Kerry Washington and Wendell Pierce star in this riveting film about the explosive 1991 Clarence Thomas Supreme Court nomination hearings.
Kenneth Branagh and Stanley Tucci star in this story of the top-secret Nazi meeting to debate the merits of Hitler's 'Final Solution.'
Sylvester Stallone turns in a searing performance as a small-town New Jersey sheriff who takes on the lawless NYPD cops who live there.
Corazon de Mezquite (Mezquite's Heart)
A girl in Northern Mexico dreams of healing her father's broken heart by going against tradition and playing the harp.
Covid Diaries NYC
This film chronicles the lives of five young filmmakers whose families were on the frontlines during the first wave of the Coronavirus.
Crabs in a Barrel
A jaded writer discovers that she has been robbed of her career-changing opportunity while attending her frenemy’s congratulatory event.
In this short film set in 1985, a feisty young girl is forced to face her traumatic past when she falls in love for the first time.
Crazy, Not Insane
A provocative look at the minds of serial killers through the lens of renowned psychiatrist Dorothy Otnow Lewis.
Cries From Syria
This illuminating documentary takes a harrowing look at the humanitarian crisis in Syria and the devastating civil war.
Crisis Hotline: Veterans Press 1
Counselors at the Veterans' Crisis Line open up about providing phone support to troubled military veterans.
Clint Eastwood film.
A print shop worker stuck in a monotonous routine realizes that, if you let it, guilt, can kill you.
D.L. Hughley: Going Home
Comedian D.L. Hughley hits the stage for this show that is full of sidesplitting material, including his insights on family and fatherhood.
D.L. Hughley: Unapologetic
Popular stand-up comic D.L. Hughley takes the stage in Washington, D.C., in his fourth HBO special.
Damien: Omen II
Damien, the devil's child of 'The Omen,' is back in this spine-tingling 1978 sequel.
A rich pioneer — joined by the town drunk and a miniature horse — embarks on an adventure across the country to find the love of his life.
Dan Soder: Son of a Gary
Comedian/actor Dan Soder makes his HBO comedy debut with this standup special, taped before a live audience at New York's Bowery Ballroom.
Dana Carvey: Squatting Monkeys Tell No Lies
Emmy(R)-winning comedian Dana Carvey brings his riotous impressions, perceptions and impersonations to this one-hour stand-up special.
Dances With Wolves
Kevin Costner's Oscar(R)-winning Best Picture about a Civil War soldier who finds himself as a member of the Lakota Sioux Indian tribe.
Dane Cook Vicious Circle
Superstar comic Dane Cook comes home to Boston to perform in his first-ever solo HBO concert.
Daniel Sloss: X
Comedian Daniel Sloss makes his HBO debut with a special, taped before a live audience in Australia.
The blind superhero of Marvel Comics fame uses his super-tuned senses and acrobatic skills to hunt down a sadistic crime lord.
Dark Light: The Art of Blind Photographers
This film explores the artistry and innovation of blind photographers Pete Eckert, Bruce Hall and Henry Butler.
A woman whose mother and sisters were murdered has to confront traumatic childhood memories when she discovers new evidence in the case.
Dave Attell: Captain Miserable
Dave Attell takes the stage for an adults-only stand-up show in which he dissects his most recent phobias, failures and fantasies.
Dave Chappelle: Killin' Them Softly
Comedian/actor/writer Dave Chappelle performs a hilarious stand-up routine at the Lincoln Theater in his hometown of Washington, D.C.
David Bowie: The Last Five Years
Experience the evolving genius of rock icon David Bowie in this documentary that chronicles the last five years of his life.
David Brenner Back With a Vengeance
The veteran stand-up star performs at the Venetian Resort Hotel Casino in Las Vegas in his fourth HBO special.
David Byrne's American Utopia
Experience a filmed version of the acclaimed Broadway show David Byrne's American Utopia, directed by Oscar(R) winner Spike Lee.
David Cross: The Pride Is Back
Stand-up special with David Cross, the co-star of HBO's cult comedy series 'Mr. Show With Bob and David.'
David McCullough: Painting with Words
Author/historian David McCullough welcomes viewers into his public and private world in this documentary.
David Spade: Take the Hit
Acerbic actor/comedian David Spade performs a riotous stand-up set in his first solo TV special.
A deadly plague ravages America and a repressive government's only response is to quarantine its victims in this futuristic thriller.
In a future world dominated by vampires, human survivors enlist the help of a hematologist to save the species.
Days of Thunder
Tom Cruise stars as an untamed racecar driver who finds full-throttle thrills, danger and passion on the top stock-car circuit.
DC League of Super-Pets
When Superman and the rest of the Justice League are kidnapped, Krypto the Super-Dog forms a rescue team of superpowered shelter pets.
De Blanco la Patuda (White Is for Virgins)
A woman and her mother disagree over the choice of a wedding dress in this short film.
De Lo Mio
After nearly a decade apart, three estranged siblings reunite after their father's death in order to settle his Dominican Republic estate.
Two brilliant performances by Jeremy Irons as twin brothers edging into madness power this thriller from director David Cronenberg.
An FBI negotiator matches wits with three escaped convicts who have taken a teacher and seven students as hostages.
Deadwood: The Movie
The long-awaited Deadwood film follows the 10-year reunion of the camp to celebrate South Dakota's statehood.
Dear Evan Hansen
Ben Platt reprises his Tony® Award-winning role as a high schooler who begins a journey of self-discovery following a classmate's suicide.
This film chronicles the life and vision of snowboarding pioneer Jake Burton Carpenter, who propelled the sport into a global phenomenon.
Death on the Nile
Belgian sleuth Hercule Poirot’s Egyptian vacation aboard a glamorous river steamer turns into a terrifying search for a murderer.
A cell-phone switch lures Ewan McGregor into the sultry lifestyle of powerful lawyer Hugh Jackman in this thriller.
When Eric's ex-girlfriend Mia goes back to Barcelona for a fertility treatment, she asks him for a favor: to accompany her to the clinic.
The apocalypse arrives in the form of an Everest-sized comet that's headed straight for Earth in this gripping disaster epic.
Feel-good story of an affable oaf who learns he's fathered 533 children via sperm donations made 20 years earlier.
Dennis Miller: All In
Dennis Miller takes aim at the foibles and follies of society, politics, celebrity and more in his seventh solo HBO comedy special.
Dennis Miller: The Raw Feed
Dennis Miller's sixth solo HBO comedy special is a riotous stand-up performance taped in front of a packed house at Chicago's Vic Theatre.
Diagnosis Bipolar: Five Families Search for Answers
Five families reveal the struggles, hopes and fears that arise from raising kids with Bipolar Mood Disorder.
Diana, Our Mother: Her Life and Legacy
Nearly 20 years after the death of Princess Diana, her sons and heirs, Prince William and Prince Harry, look back on her life and work.
HBO Sports presents the extraordinary story of Argentinian soccer legend Diego Maradona.
Diego Torres Sinfónico
Diego Torres performs Christmas songs and his own works in this performance in Bogota, Colombia.
Dinner with Friends
Two married couples have their twelve-year bond of friendship put to the test when one couple reveals that they are splitting up.
Dirty Driving: Thundercars of Indiana
A look at the local obsession with auto racing in the struggling town of Anderson, Indiana.
This thriller takes a hypothetical look at how a terrorist 'dirty bomb' attack might be planned and executed in London.
Michael Douglas stars as an executive who is hit with a sexual harrassment charge by a treacherous co-worker (Demi Moore).
In a future Earth in which aliens are isolated in a remote ghetto, a government agent finds himself banished there in this sci-fi thriller.
A teen transplant in the idyllic town of Cradle Bay uncovers a disturbing secret about the popular clique in his new high school.
Shailene Woodley stars as a unique teen who poses a threat to the conformist dystopian world in which she lives.
Hotshot medical school grad Michael J. Fox's trek to a big-bucks job in L.A. is stalled in a small southern town.
Rex Harrison doesn't just talk to the animals-he sings to them, doctors them and loves them all in this charming 1967 musical fantasy.
Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story
The misfit members of a failing health club enter a $50,000 dodgeball challenge in an effort to save the business in this hilarious comedy.
Dolapo Is Fine
A story about a young Black girl's relationship with her hair and name, and how it helps her understand who she really is.
Keira Knightley stars as Domino Harvey, the turbulent wild child who became the sexiest bounty hunter in the world.
A Copenhagen cop plays a deadly cat-and-mouse game with a deceitful CIA agent while hunting an ISIS member who killed his partner.
Don't Divorce Me! Kids' Rules for Parents on Divorce
A group of children, ages 5 to 9, share their advice for parents to help kids adjust and cope when families go through a divorce.
Jake Gyllenhaal plays a precocious high-school student whose bizarre visions suggest schizophrenia, but may be something far stranger.
Dope Sick Love
Documentary about the relationships of two drug-addicted couples who eke out a bare-bones existence on the streets of New York.
Framed for the slaying of her husband and sent to prison, a young woman gets out on parole with one thing on her mind: revenge.
Maverick Naval officer Kelsey Grammer is assigned to command a 50-year-old rust bucket in a series of war games.
After being released from jail, a father and son struggle to rebuild the family crime business in this clever British gangster comedy.
Down With Love
A male chauvinist vows to expose a progressive women's author for the traditional girl she is in this farce starring Renee Zellweger.
The Crawley family and their staff prepare Downton Abbey for a Royal visit in this cinematic follow-up to the beloved TV series.
Dr. Dolittle 3
Dr. Dolittle's daughter goes to a dude ranch for the summer, where she finds her uncanny ability to talk to animals comes in handy.
Dr. Dolittle: Tail to the Chief
Maya Dolittle keeps the family tradition of talking to animals alive in this comedy that finds her tasked with saving an African forest.
Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas
Jim Carrey brings Dr. Suess' holiday-hating heel to gloriously sinister life in this effects-filled adaptation of the classic story.
Dragged Across Concrete
After being suspended without pay for using excessive force, two rogue cops hatch a scheme to rip off a drug dealer.
A Hun-Chinese commander and a Roman General form an unlikely partnership in this battle-charged tale set in 48 BC.
Stand-up comedian and former "Weekend Update" SNL writer Drew Michael stars in his first one-hour HBO special.
drew michael: red blue green
Drew Michael airs his issues with relationships, social media, mining jokes from his own life experiences, and more in this stand-up show.
Driving Miss Daisy
The 1989 Best Picture Oscar(R) winner with Jessica Tandy as a spunky Southern lady and Morgan Freeman as her faithful chauffeur.
Dude, Where's My Car?
Two stoners encounter a series of oddities as they try to retrace their steps after a night of inebriation in this raucous comedy.
The son of a noble family travels to a dangerous planet to ensure the future of his people in this visually stunning sci-fi epic.
Julia Roberts falls hopelessly in love with a wealthy, lonely leukemia patient she was hired to care for in this old-fashioned romance.
A frightening cyber-terror frames two Chicagoans in a deadly plot and leaves them on the run from the law in this action-thriller.
Animated musical about a magical bunch of baby dinosaurs who want to help save Earth from the ravages of pollution.
Eight Legged Freaks
A fading Arizona town is attacked by an army of enormous, toxically enhanced spiders in this horror-comedy.
Einstein and Eddington
The tale of the unlikely partnership between Albert Einstein and British scientist Arthur Eddington during World War I.
El Amor no Puede Esperar (Love Can’t Wait)
This romantic comedy follows a man and a woman who form a bond while they are trapped together in the last video store in the city.
The dreams of five strangers traveling to Puerto Rico are put on hold when they are confined by immigration authorities.
A mild-mannered schoolteacher vows to rescue a kidnapped girl from the deadly outlaw El Diablo.
El Espiritu de la Salsa
This documentary follows 10 people from all over NYC as they learn the rich art of salsa dancing from celebrated instructor Tomas Guerrero.
El Inconveniente (One Careful Owner)
A woman finds the perfect house to buy. It only has one ''small'' inconvenience. the current owner will live there until the day she dies.
El Nombre del Hijo (The Name of the Son)
In this short film, a 13-year-old trans boy's relationship with his father and sister is put to the test during a family vacation.
A daughter forced to return home after the death of her father reconnects with her eccentric mother.
El Profugo (The Intruder)
A traumatic experience leaves a young woman with delusions that the characters in her dreams are trying to take over her body.
El Remedio (The Prescription)
A woman makes a surprising discovery when her doctor says that having sex would help her get rid of a benign ovarian cyst.
El Ultimo Balsero (The Last Rafter)
A young Cuban man faces deportation after crossing the Florida Straits on a raft in search of his long-absent father.
Elizabeth I (Part 1)
Part 1 of 2. HBO Films miniseries that explores the public and private lives of Queen Elizabeth I.
Elizabeth I (Part 2)
Part 2 of 2. HBO Films miniseries that explores the public and private lives of Queen Elizabeth I.
Ellen DeGeneres: Here and Now
Comedian/actress Ellen DeGeneres brings her honesty and off-the-wall wit to this stand-up special taped live at NYC's Beacon Theater.
Ellen DeGeneres: The Beginning
The sassy actress/comedian's third solo HBO special features material taped at New York City's Beacon Theater.
Visionary filmmaker Baz Luhrmann explores the life and music of Elvis Presley in this epic film starring Austin Butler and Tom Hanks.
Empire Falls (Part 1)
Part 1 of 2. HBO Miniseries about the hidden ties that connect various residents of a fading New England town.
Empire Falls (Part 2)
Part 2 of 2. HBO Miniseries about the hidden ties that connect various residents of a fading New England town.
This documentary chronicles a year in the life of four journalists working in countries where freedom of the press is under threat.
A young military cadet may be humanity's only hope against an alien invasion in this epic adaptation of the hit novel.
Jake Gyllenhaal stars as an actor who discovers he has a doppelganger in this riveting psychological thriller from the director of Dune.
Entre Nos: About Last Night
Comedians Marlena Rodriguez and Kim Congdon each take the stage for this stand-up comedy special.
Entre Nos: Carmen and Alfred
Stand-up comedians Carmen Morales and Alfred Robles offer their peculiar advice on Latinidad, family, relationships, and more.
Entre Nos: LA Meets NY
Join comedians Ian Lara and Chris Estrada for a West Coast and East Coast showdown in this HBO Latino comedy special.
Entre Nos: The Winners
After winning a stand-up competition, comedians Mark Viera and Alex Carabano perform in front of a live audience in this Entre Nos special.
Entre Nos: The Winners 2
Performances by the winners of New York Latino Film Festival's Annual Latino Stand-Up! Comedy Competition: Cisco Duran and Abi Sanchez.
Entre Nos: What She Said
Tune in for a night of laughs brought to you by two of the wittiest voices in today's comedy scene: Shari Diaz and Jessica Keenan.
In the the near future, freedom is a thing of the past and emotions have been outlawed. Christian Bale stars in this sci-fi thriller.
Erik Rivera: Super White
Comedian Erik Rivera focuses on the hilarious truths of parenting and married life in this stand-up special.
Ernie & Joe: Crisis Cops
A look at Texas police officers who take an innovative approach to diffusing dangerous situations.
Escape From Kabul
A look at the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Afghanistan and the tragic crisis that followed as Afghan citizens descended on Kabul airport.
Sylvester Stallone plots to escape from a maximum-security CIA black-site prison with help from inmate Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Escape Plan 2: Hades
A former prison escapee turned security expert attempts to break one of his men out of a mysterious high-security jail.
The Kennedy political dynasty is seen from the perspective of Ethel Kennedy in this deeply personal documentary.
Euphoria Special Episode Part 1: Rue
In the aftermath of being left by Jules at the train station and relapsing, Rue celebrates Christmas.
Euphoria Special Episode Part 2: Jules
Over the Christmas holiday, Jules reflects on the year.
Every Brilliant Thing
A son creates a list of things worth living for to raise the spirits of his chronically depressed mother in this stage adaptation.
A group of racially diverse New Yorkers rub elbows at a venerable Brooklyn diner that is about to close its doors.
Everything is Copy - Nora Ephron: Scripted & Unscripted
A candid portrait of writer/director Nora Ephron, directed by her son, journalist Jacob Bernstein.
Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex *But Were Afraid to Ask
Woody Allen delves inside the subject of sex as only he can in seven comical and irreverent sketches in this 1972 film.
Alien slime mutates into a national threat, leaving a loopy group of scientists as the only hope for mankind in this sci-fi comedy.
A computer programmer is recruited to take part in an artificial intelligence experiment involving a seductive, female-gendered cyborg.
Explota Explota (My Heart Goes Boom!)
Set in the '70s and told through the greatest hits of Raffaella Carra, a young dancer pursues her dream of becoming a TV star.
A young CIA agent goes rogue after his father is kidnapped by a ruthless arms dealer.
Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close
A young boy coping with his dad's death on 9/11 embarks on a mission to discover what a mysterious key unlocks.
F9: The Fast Saga
Dom Toretto (Vin Diesel) must confront the sins of his past to save those he loves most in this ninth exhilarating "Fast" film.
A stunning take on Ray Bradbury's iconic novel about a future where media is an opiate, history is outlawed and 'firemen' burn books.
A CIA agent's undercover status is leaked in order to discredit her husband In this riveting thriller inspired by true events.
Three L.A. transplants take part in an experiment aimed at turning everyday people with modest online followings into "famous" influencers.
Fall to Grace
Alexandra Pelosi's documentary about scandalized former Governor Jim McGreevey's road to redemption.
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
Magizoologist Newt Scamander, two sisters and a No-Maj battle dark forces while tracking down magical creatures set free in the wizarding world of 1926 New York.
Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald
Magizoologist Newt Scamander joins forces with young Albus Dumbledore to prevent the devious Gellert Grindelwald from raising pure-blood wizards to rule over all non-magical beings.
Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore
Professor Dumbledore enlists the help of Newt Scamander and a team of sorcerers to protect the wizarding world from dark forces.
The crew of a miniaturized submarine is injected into a man's body on a mission to rid the brain of a deadly blood clot in this 1966 tale.
Farruko: En Letra de Otro
Famed Puerto Rican reggaeton singer Farruko puts his own spin on classic hits in this HBO Latino concert special.
Fast & Furious 6
Vin Diesel, Paul Walker and company lead the charge to stop an international criminal in this sixth thrilling film in the hit series.
A champion drag racer takes a supercharged chance—and runs afoul of his sponsor in David Cronenberg's high-octane action film.
Married man Michael Douglas makes the mistake of his life when he has a brief but torrid affair with psychotic lady exec Glenn Close.
A screenwriter and a matinee film idol are caught up in the McCarthy-era blacklisting witch hunts in this drama.
Ferrell Takes the Field
Will Ferrell travels to five different spring-training ballparks, playing 10 positions on 10 different teams, to fight cancer.
A young hustler finds fortune with his fists when he enters the knockout netherworld of street fighting. Channing Tatum, Terrence Howard.
Finding the Way Home
A look at the circumstances faced by more than eight million children in orphanages and other institutions.
Fire with Fire
A firefighter who witnesses a brutal murder during a convenience store robbery is forced to fight for his life when the killer is released.
Sylvester Stallone stars in this 1982 action classic as a one-time war hero who becomes a hunted man.
First Cousin Once Removed
Intimate portrait of literary figure Edwin Honig on his journey into the depths of Alzheimer's disease.
Fists of Freedom: The Story of the '68 Summer Games
A powerful look back at the unforgettable moment in the '68 Olympics when two U.S. athletes raised their fists in a black-power salute.
Flight of the Conchords: Live in London
New Zealand music-comedy savants Bret McKenzie and Jemaine Clement--a.k.a. Flight of the Conchords--return with this comedy special.
Fools Rush In
Uptight New Yorker Matthew Perry rushes into a shotgun marriage with fiery Mexican-American Salma Hayek in this culture-clash comedy.
The personal story of a young Iranian woman who became a symbol of protest after being shot during the recent presidential campaign.
While on holiday in Spain, a young man finds that the most beautiful thing will turn into the most extreme experience of his life.
This documentary looks at the moving stories behind the largest county child protection agency in the U.S.
Four Hours at the Capitol
An immersive look at the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol when Washington D.C. was overrun by protesters of the 2020 presidential election.
Four Weddings and a Funeral
Love-struck Englishman Hugh Grant pursues the heart of lovely American Andie MacDowell through the five events of the title.
Bill Paxton directed and stars in this unnerving tale about a man who enlists the help of his two sons to kill people he thinks are demons.
An aspiring rocker joins a band whose eccentric leader wears a giant fake head that he never removes in this endearingly quirky comedy.
Frank Miller's Sin City
Four tales of crime, murder, revenge and horror play out in a dark, dazzling neo-noir world in this anthology.
Frankie Quiñones: Superhomies
Internet and viral sensation Frankie Quiñones is joined by his alter-egos Creeper and "JC" Juanita Carmelita in this comedy special.
Frederick Douglass: In Five Speeches
Famed anti-slavery activist Frederick Douglass' words about racial injustice are brought to life in this documentary.
A bank teller realizes he is a minor character inside a massive video game and decides to take control of his destiny.
Free Willy 2: The Adventure Home
Willy the whale is threatened by an environmental disaster, while his human pal Jesse must deal with sibling rivalry and first love.
Free Willy 3: The Rescue
Willy the whale fights to save himself and his entire species from illegal whale hunters with help from a young lad in this sequel.
Free Willy 3: The Rescue
Willy the whale fights to save himself and his entire species from illegal whale hunters with help from a young lad in this sequel.
A detective investigates the kidnapping of a young white child after the mother arrives at the ER in a predominantly Black neighborhood.
Fact-based story about a terminally-ill New Jersey police detective fighting to leave her pension to her female domestic partner.
Frequently Asked Questions About Time Travel
Three social misfits are drawn into a wild time-travel adventure via the bathroom of their favorite local pub.
Salma Hayek gives a passionate, Oscar(R)-nominated performance in this biographical drama about Mexican painter Frida Kahlo.
Friends of God: A Road Trip With Alexandra Pelosi
Alexandra Pelosi travels to America's heartland for a look at the leaders and followers of the evangelical Christian movement.
Johnny Depp stars as an opium-addicted detective on the trail of Jack the Ripper in 19th-century London in this scary thriller.
The fur flies in a battle between man and nature when a group of animals try to halt construction of a housing development in the woods.
Five Emmy(R) awards went to this searing behind-the-scenes chronicle of the 2008 presidential campaign of John McCain and Sarah Palin.
Game of Thrones: The Last Watch
Jeanie Finlay spent a year on the set of “Game of Thrones” chronicling the creation of the show’s last season.
Crooked cops James Belushi and Tupac Shakur hatch an ill-fated scheme to rub out drug dealers and take their money.
An emotionally stunted actor experiences an awakening when he returns to his New Jersey hometown for the funeral of his mother.
Garfield The Movie
The cynical, lasagna-loving comic-strip feline takes things into his own paws when his lovestruck owner brings home--gasp!--a dog.
Garfield: A Tail of Two Kitties
The portly comic-strip feline finds himself living the high life in London thanks to a case of mistaken identity in this riotous sequel.
Gary Gulman: The Great Depresh
Comedian/actor Gary Gulman stars in his first HBO stand-up comedy special, taped in front of a live audience in Brooklyn.
Gasland Part II
Josh Fox widens the scope of his look at the dangers of natural gas fracking in this explosive follow-up to his Oscar(R)-nominated film.
Generation Por Qué?
A woman pursues her acting dreams in New York City while enduring her very Cuban and conservative parents.
Gente de Zona: En Letra de Otro
The acclaimed Cuban duo performs classic hits in a stunning performance along the majestic Havana shoreline.
George Carlin Again!
The venerable comedian performs some of his most notorious--and hilarious--routines in this now-classic 1978 performance.
George Carlin at U.S.C.
Grammy-winning comic George Carlin delights the college crowd at the University of Southern California in this 1977 stand-up special.
George Carlin: It's Bad for Ya
George Carlin unveils his latest catalogue of comic complaints in his 14th solo HBO special.
George Carlin: Jammin' in New York
America's first and funniest counterculture spokesman stars in his eighth solo HBO comedy special from New York City.
George Carlin: You Are All Diseased
George Carlin returns to the stage for his twelfth HBO special, taped in front of a live audience at New York City's Beacon Theater.
George Lopez: America's Mexican
Expect the unexpected when America's favorite Latino comic, George Lopez, hits the stage in his first HBO solo stand-up special.
George Lopez: It's Not Me, It's You
Comedy superstar George Lopez performs live in front of a packed house at the Nokia Theatre in L.A. in this stand-up special.
George Lopez: Tall, Dark & Chicano
George Lopez steps in front of a packed crowd at the AT&T Center in San Antonio, TX for this stand-up special.
George Lopez: The Wall, Live from Washington, D.C.
George Lopez performs at the Concert Hall at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C.
A satellite network developed to control weather on Earth backfires, causing a series of deadly disasters led by a massive geostorm.
A proctological mishap leaves uptight dentist Ricky Gervais as a medium between the living and the dead in this riotous comedy.
Ghosts of Abu Ghraib
Acclaimed filmmaker Rory Kennedy takes a disturbing look at the abuses that occurred at the Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq.
Angelina Jolie stars in the tragic story of Gia Carangi, the supermodel who dominated the international fashion scene of the late '70s.
Gilberto Santa Rosa, 40…y contando
Salsa legend Gilberto Santa Rosa takes us on a journey through his first 40 years of music, in this historic concert.
Gina Brillon: Easily Offended
Actress-writer-comedian Gina Brillon shines in this hilarious half-hour stand-up special.
Ginger & Rosa
The friendship of two teens is tested by their budding sexuality and the threat of nuclear war in this sensitive coming-of-age tale.
Girl Most Likely
A failed playwright tries to get back on her feet after suffering a mental breakdown and being placed in the care of her estranged mother.
Gloria: In Her Own Words
A vivid portrait of Gloria Steinem and her career as a journalist and a pivotal member of the feminist movement.
The saga of the first black fighting unit in America's civil war is an inspiring testament to courage, the human spirit, and the value of freedom.
God Is the Bigger Elvis
The Oscar(R)-nominated documentary about a promising young actress who left Hollywood to become a nun.
The enormous monster descends upon New York, and it's up to the Army and an odd team of investigators to unravel the mystery behind the incredible creature before it's too late.
The King of the Monsters returns to battle a deadly pair of bug-like kaiju--and wreck major cities in the process--in this thrilling remake.
Godzilla vs. Kong
Godzilla and King Kong go toe to toe in this epic monster mash…until they learn there is a bigger threat to the entire world.
Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief
Former Scientologists shine a light on L. Ron Hubbard's controversial church, its origins and how it cultivates devoted believers.
An arm-wrestling lady trucker recruits her timid pal to take her place at a national tournament in this comedy.
Gone Baby Gone
A little girl’s abduction sends two Boston private detectives down a treacherous wormhole in director Ben Affleck’s haunting thriller.
Goodnight Moon & Other Sleepytime Tales
Clement Hurd's 'Goodnight Moon' is the highlight of this animated special that features a collection of bedtime stories and lullabies.
An acclaimed young concert pianist finds himself caught in a deadly game with a mysterious sniper inside the theater.
Sandra Bullock is riveting as an astronaut left adrift in space in the wake of a disaster in this Oscar(R)-winning epic.
Gerard Butler stars as a man who embarks on a harrowing journey of survival with his family in this epic end-of-the-world thriller.
The lives of two eccentric, mutually dependent women play out in a decaying house known as Grey Gardens. Drew Barrymore, Jessica Lange.
Guerras Ajenas (Foreign Wars)
The international drug wars in South and Central America are examined in this documentary. Directed by Lilia Luciano.
Gus Van Sant's Last Days
An insecure rock star's final moments before suicide are documented in this moving drama.
Inspiring celebrities and influential Latinos come together to "speak loudly" and share their stories of being Latinos in the U.S.
Habla Mas Part 1
Latinos share funny, often touching anecdotes and real-life accounts of what it means to be Latino in the U.S.
Habla Mas Part 2
Latinos share funny, often touching anecdotes and real-life accounts of what it means to be Latino in the U.S.
Junot Diaz, Carlos Ponce, Blue Demon, and others share their riveting stories and experiences as Latino men in the United States.
This edition in the "Habla" series addresses major issues Latinos are facing today: discrimination, activism, racism, and more.
Latinos from Texas share their personal stories in this two-part installment in the 'Habla' series.
Take a uniquely Latina view of life in the United States in this no-holds-barred 10th installment in the 'Habla' series.
Habla y Habla Part 2
An installment of HBO's 'Habla' specials that feature anecdotes and real-life accounts of what it means to be Latino in the U.S.
Habla y Habla Pt. 1
An installment of HBO's 'Habla' specials that feature anecdotes and real-life accounts of what it means to be Latino in the U.S.
Habla y vota
Latino celebrities encourage the Latino community in the U.S. to get out and vote in this installment in the award-winning series.
Habla Ya, Part I
Latinos share funny, often touching anecdotes and real-life accounts of what it means to be Latino in NY.
Habla Ya, Part II
Latinos share funny, often touching anecdotes and real-life accounts of what it means to be Latino in NY.
An uptight Mexican businessman is forced to take a cross-country road trip with his goofy American sibling, whom he never knew about.
Michael Myers manages to free himself from Laurie Strode's (Jamie Lee Curtis) trap to resume his ritual bloodbath in this sequel.
Mumble, a young emperor penguin, lives in Antarctica. Like others of his kind, he needs to be able to sing to attract a mate, but he has a terrible voice. Mumble must express himself and lure a female through his talent for tap-dancing.
Happy Feet Two
Mumble returns along with the love of his life Gloria and their old friends Ramon and Lovelace. Mumble and Gloria have a son, Erik, who is struggling to find his own particular talents in the Emperor Penguin world.
Hard as Nails
A look at self-ordained preacher Justin Fatica who started his controversial 'Hard as Nails' ministry as a way to reach troubled kids.
Christian Slater hits his stride as a private guard out to protect an armored car and ton of cash from Morgan Freeman and his cronies.
Hard Times: Lost on Long Island
The realities of long-term unemployment are seen through the eyes of several jobless Long Island residents in this documentary.
Eddie Murphy and Richard Pryor run the slickest nightclub around in this comedy set in the speakeasy world of 1930s Harlem.
Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man
Mickey Rourke and Don Johnson are tough-as-nails rebels who plot a daring heist to save their favorite saloon in this action-packed tale.
The extraordinary story of abolitionist Harriet Tubman is chronicled in this “powerful” (New York Times) drama starring Cynthia Erivo.
In a Nazi POW camp, a U.S. lieutenant and former law student defends a black airman accused of murdering a racist white prisoner.
Hasta Que La Boda Nos Separe (The Wedding Unplanner)
A woman learns that the man with whom she had a one-night stand is getting married to the childhood friend whose wedding she is planning.
Havana Street Party Presents Orishas
Grammy-nominated(R) Cuban hip-hop trio Orishas perform in front of a live audience in Havana’s Parque Almendares.
Havana Street Party Presents: Beatriz Luengo
Spanish singer Beatriz Luengo performs hits from her latest album "Cuerpo & Alma" in this special show full of Cuban music and flavor.
Have You Seen Andy?
Filmmaker Melanie Perkins's search for answers in the still-unsolved case of a childhood friend's disappearance in 1976.
HBO Access 2015 01: The Walk
A Mexican man and his son are faced with a major crisis of conscience as they try to cross the border illegally.
HBO Access 2015 02: Emergency Contact
An inexperienced emergency-room nurse becomes the voice of reason to a woman having a breakdown.
HBO Access 2015 03: Progress
The last black man on Earth stays in isolation until his existence is discovered by a white woman with a reason to find him.
HBO Access 2015 04: The Last Song
A Korean woman working at a karaoke bar bonds with a mysterious stranger who refuses to leave at closing time.
HBO Access 2016 01: Manic
An Ivy-league bound, overachieving teen has her life derailed after a manic episode lands her in a school for kids with mental illness.
HBO Access 2016 02: Lady Bouncer
A suspended Pittsburgh cop takes a job as a bouncer where she begins a mission to clear her name--by taking on the Irish mob.
HBO Access 2016 03: F**ked Up
A young Asian woman heads to college where she finds herself at a crossroads between her traditional past and a wild, wide-open future.
HBO Access 2018 01: Halfway
Recently paroled Krystal must navigate the new rules and strong personalities of her local Christian halfway house.
HBO Access 2018 02: Unimundo45
When her parents threaten to self-deport, a jaded Latina news producer sheds her cynicism and becomes an activist—on live TV.
HBO Access 2018 03: Sterling
A small West Texas town struggles to pick up the pieces after a devastating mass shooting at their local high school.
HBO First Look: See How They Run
An inside look at this comedy-mystery featuring a stellar ensemble cast, including Sam Rockwell, Saoirse Ronan, Adrien Brody, and others.
Head Full of Honey
A widower suffering from Alzheimer's bonds with his young granddaughter while on an eventful road trip to Italy.
Judge Reinhold stars in this spoof about a naive young MBA who struggles to survive in this corporate shark pool.
Hear and Now
The deeply personal memoir about 65-year-old deaf couple who decide to undergo surgery to have their hearing restored.
Heidi Fleiss: The Would-Be Madam of Crystal
An unflinching portrait of 'Hollywood Madam' Heidi Fleiss as she attempts to open the first legal brothel for female clients.
Heir to an Execution: A Granddaughter's Story
A filmmaker explores the lives and deaths of her grandparents, Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, who were executed as spies in 1953.
Comic book half-demon Hellboy is tasked with saving the world from a vengeful sorceress in this gritty reboot starring David Harbour.
Hellboy--the demon superhero rescued from the Nazis--takes on the forces of darkness in this 2004 action film.
Hemingway & Gellhorn
The powerful story of the war-torn romance between literary giant Ernest Hemingway and trailblazing war correspondent Martha Gellhorn.
Heroin: Cape Cod, USA
The heroin epidemic sweeping small-town America is seen from the perspective of several young addicts in idyllic Cape Cod.
Mel Brooks is a psychiatrist with a fear of heights in this hilarious spoof of classic Hitchcock thrillers.
Music-obsessed record-store manager John Cusack tries to show his ex-girlfriend the same passion he has for vinyl in this comedy.
Immortal hero Christopher Lambert must face his deadliest enemy in a duel to the death in this 1986 sword-and-sorcery epic.
Hitman's Wife's Bodyguard
Hitman Darius Kincaid, his ace bodyguard, and Darius' con-artist wife take on a European terrorist in this action-packed shoot-'em-up.
A brilliant scientist succeeds in making himself invisible, but goes mad in the process.
Jerrod Carmichael explore aspects of the black experience through interviews with his family in this special.
Homegrown: The Counter-Terror Dilemma
An investigation into the issue of homegrown Islamic terrorism: actions planned or perpetrated by American citizens or legal US residents.
Homeless: The Motel Kids of Orange County
Alexandra Pelosi's film that follows children stuck living in motel rooms in one of America's wealthiest areas.
Gene Hackman stars as a basketball coach who guides a tiny Indiana high-school team to a state title in this sports classic.
Troubled detective Dennis Quaid delves into a series of ritual murders connected to the biblical four horsemen of the apocalypse.
Two Americans backpacking through Europe are lured to a particular hostel where they find themselves in a sinister situation where they may not survive.
Daring flyboys jet off to make the skies safe for democracy--and to shoot down lots of time-honored movie cliches--in this parody.
Hot Shots! Part Deux
Freelance commando Charlie Sheen roars back into action in this comedy sequel that lands him in the Middle East on a rescue mission.
Hot Summer Nights
An awkward teen turns pot dealer over the summer of 1991 in Cape Cod until things spiral out of control.
Hot Tub Time Machine
Three embittered former high-school buddies get a chance to relive the past when a magical hot tub at a ski resort sends them back to 1986.
The lives of sex workers at a brothel in the Dominican Republic take a dramatic turn when U.S. troops invade during the 1965 civil war.
Hotel staff risk their lives to protect their guests in this harrowing dramatization of the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks.
A powerful true story of one man's efforts to protect the Tutsi refugees from ethnic cleansing during the 1994 Rwandan conflict.
House of Saddam - Part I
Baghdad, 1979. Deputy President Saddam Hussein and his allies take control of Iraq after intimidating the President into resigning.
House of Saddam - Part II
1988. Baghdad is jubilant in victory after the war with Iran, but Kuwait's upsurge in oil output prompts Saddam's wrath.
House of Saddam - Part III
May 1995. Iraq is crippled by UN sanctions for refusing to comply with weapons inspections.
House of Saddam - Part IV
March 2003. As U.S. forces seize control of Iraq, Saddam instructs most of his family to flee and prepares to hide himself.
How to Dance in Ohio
This inspiring documentary charts the challenges and triumphs of a group of teens and young adults living on the autism spectrum.
How to Lose Friends and Alienate People
An obnoxious British journalist goes to work at a magazine in New York and proceeds to blunder his way through a series of misadventures.
How to Survive a Pandemic
The race to roll out COVID-19 vaccines in the war against the coronavirus pandemic is the focus of this documentary.
How to Talk to Girls at Parties
A shy teen in 1970s London meets a rebellious girl at a party and falls in love with her—unaware that she's a visitor from another planet.
An orphaned young boy becomes wrapped up in a mystery involving an automaton that he and his late father were trying to restore.
Hyde Park on Hudson
FDR's relationship with a mistress plays out against the backdrop of a Royal visit to the President's country estate. Bill Murray stars.
I Am Evidence
A timely exploration into why hundreds of thousands of untested rape kits are ignored in the U.S.
I Can Be President: A Kid's-Eye View
A diverse group of children share their thoughts on what it would be like to grow up to become President of the U.S.
I Can't Do This, But I CAN Do That
A compelling portrait of children who overcome their learning disabilities by focusing on their individual talents.
I Have Tourette's but Tourette's Doesn't Have Me
Insightful family documentary that takes a candid look at the lives of more than a dozen American children who have Tourette Syndrome.
I Heart Huckabees
An environmentalist poet hires a pair of existential detectives to help him understand his life in this farce.
I'll See You in My Dreams (2015)
Blythe Danner shines as a widow whose life changes after she becomes friends with her young pool cleaner and is pursued by an older suitor.
I'm Gonna Git You Sucka
A good-guy GI returns home to battle nasty thugs, win the girl and save the day in this hilarious spoof of 'blaxploitation' flicks.
Will Smith plays a technology-averse cop in the near-future who becomes convinced that a robot is responsible for a scientist's murder.
Icahn: The Restless Billionaire
Explore the fascinating contradictions at the heart of the famed financier and "Lone Wolf of Wall Street," Carl Icahn, in this documentary.
Ice on Fire
This documentary explores the many ways people around the world are feeling the effects of climate change.
Riveting feature film about a young boy from Honduras who gets trapped inside America's rigid and terrifying immigration system.
Identidad Tomada (Taken Identity)
To get their film accepted to a festival, Felino and his friends add a famous retired filmmaker to the credits, leading to misadventure.
If You're Not in the Obit, Eat Breakfast
Irrepressible writer-comedian Carl Reiner looks at the secret to living into your 90s–and loving every minute of it–in this documentary.
Igby Goes Down
A rebellious rich kid flees military school and his dysfunctional family and heads to New York City for a wild series of misadventures.
Impractical Jokers: The Movie
The story of a humiliating high school mishap from 1992 that sends the Impractical Jokers on the road competing in hidden-camera challenges for the chance to turn back the clock and redeem three of the four Jokers.
In Other Words
A tech geek invents a dating app that claims it can find a perfect match for anyone and has to prove his algorithm for love works.
In Pursuit of Honor
Four U.S. Army men risk their careers--and their lives--to stand up for their beliefs in this rousing drama based on a true story.
In Tahrir Square: 18 Days of Egypt's Unfinished Revolution
A compelling look at the 2011 people-powered revolt in Egypt's Tahrir Square that brought down a dictator and changed Egypt forever.
In the Fade
A German woman goes on an obsessive quest for justice after her Turkish husband and young son are killed in a neo-Nazis bomb attack.
In the Gloaming
Christopher Reeve's moving film about a young man dying of AIDS who returns home to reconcile with his family.
In the Heights
From Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda comes this lively musical about a New York bodega owner who dreams of a better life.
In the Same Breath
The origin and spread of the coronavirus--from its outbreak in Wuhan, China to its rampage across the U.S.--is recounted in this film.
In the Shadow of the Towers: Stuyvesant High on 9/11
A look at 9/11 through the eyes of eight people who witnessed the attacks from nearby Stuyvesant High School.
In Vogue: The Editor's Eye
Celebrate the 120th anniversary of 'Vogue' with this profile of fashion's most influential magazine.
A cash-strapped couple considers a rich man's offer of a cool million bucks for one night with the wife.
Indian Point: Imagining the Unimaginable
A cautionary look at the possibly catastrophic consequences of an accident or terrorist attack on the Indian Point nuclear power plant.
Indictment: The McMartin Trial
A fact-based drama based on the longest and most expensive trial in American history that ended without a single conviction.
Insecure: The End
Looking back at five memorable seasons of Insecure, this documentary finds creator/star Issa Rae and others reflecting on the hit series.
A cunning thief sets an elaborate bank robbery in motion that pits him against a determined detective in a cat-and-mouse game.
Intemperie (Out in the Open)
A boy escapes from an estate run by a tyrannical overseer and forms a bond with a nomadic shepherd who protects him from his pursuers.
Into the Storm
This follow-up to 'The Gathering Storm' follows Winston Churchill from 1940 to 1945 as he led his beleaguered nation through World War II.
Into the Storm
A small mid-western town is besieged by a devastating series of tornadoes in this thrilling disaster epic.
Introducing Dorothy Dandridge
Halle Berry won a 1999 Best Actress Golden Globe for her electrifying portrayal of the legendary African American actress.
Invasion of the Body Snatchers
Donald Sutherland races to stop alien invaders who 'snatch' humans and take over their bodies in this scary 1978 remake.
Invisibles (aka The Invisible)
In this insightful character study, three middle-aged friends meet every Thursday in a park to walk, exercise and vent about their lives.
Ira Sleeps Over
Little Ira is invited to his best friend's sleep-over party, but struggles with leaving his beloved teddy bear behind.
Iron Jawed Angels
Hilary Swank and Frances O'Connor star in this true story of two young activists who fought to give women the right to vote.
It Will Be Chaos
An inside look at the human consequences of the migration crisis that unfolded between Italy and the Balkan corridor
It's a Hard Truth, Ain't It
A companion to HBO Films' "O.G.," this documentary is co-directed by 13 incarcerated men who reflect on their lives.
It's Me, Hilary: The Man Who Drew Eloise
Meet Hilary Knight in this up-close-and-personal portrait of the illustrator and artist who drew the iconic book character Eloise.
Jack the Giant Slayer
A farmhand leads the charge to save his kingdom's princess from a nasty race of giants in this take on 'Jack & the Beanstalk.'
A flight attendant who launders money for a gun runner gets caught by the feds and schemes to play both sides against each other.
Jane Fonda in Five Acts
Jane Fonda speaks candidly and frankly about her life, loves, causes and missteps in this documentary.
Jason Kuller: Goodbye Yellow Brick Joke
Jason Kuller, the comedian from New York's Catskill Mountains, performs his material on an intimate stage in this riotous special.
Jeff, Who Lives at Home
A 30-year-old slacker embarks on an odyssey of self-discovery when he leaves his mother's basement to run an errand in this quirky dramedy.
Jerrod Carmichael: 8
Comic/writer/actor Jerrod Carmichael stars in his second solo HBO stand-up special, taped in the round at the Masonic Hall in New York City.
Jerrod Carmichael: Love at the Store
Rising comedy star Jerrod Carmichael takes to the stage of The Comedy Store in Hollywood, CA for his first HBO stand-up special.
Jerrod Carmichael: Rothaniel
HBO favorite Jerrod Carmichael returns to the stage for his third stand-up special, directed by Bo Burnham.
Jerry Garcia: It's Not My Weekend
Head into the energetic, hilarious world of funny-man Jerry Garcia in this stand-up special.
Jesus Sepulveda: Mr. Tough Life
Latinx comedy star Jesus Sepulveda delivers a night of therapeutic laughter in this comedy special recorded at Chelsea Music Hall.
Oliver Stone's controversial hit with Kevin Costner as the D.A. who tried to uncover the truth behind John F. Kennedy's assassination.
Jim Jefferies: I Swear to God
Rude, crude and lewd comic Jim Jefferies brings his unique brand of anecdotal humor to this stand-up special.
Jim Norton: Monster Rain
'Cringe comedy' king Jim Norton takes the stage at the Lincoln Theatre in Washington, D.C. for an hour of raucous, adults-only stand up.
Jim: The James Foley Story
Brian Oakes' powerful documentary about the life, death and legacy of journalist James Foley, who was murdered by ISIS in 2014.
Jimmy Neutron Boy Genius
Young inventor Jimmy Neutron must save the adults of his hometown after they are abducted by aliens in this animated hit.
Joe Versus the Volcano
Tom Hanks is an average Joe who agrees to a bizarre deal to jump into an island volcano in exchange for six weeks of a king's lifestyle.
An empty London mansion casts a spell over an innocent young boy in this thought-provoking psychological drama.
John Grisham's The Rainmaker
Rookie lawyer Matt Damon battles a big insurance company for his dying client in this courtroom crackler.
John McCain: For Whom the Bell Tolls
Explore the life of Sen. John McCain in this illuminating profile of one of the most influential forces in modern American politics.
Johnson Family Vacation
Cedric the Entertainer hits the open road as a patriarch who leads his hapless family on a dreadful trip to their family reunion.
A failed comedian begins a slow descent into madness as he transforms into a criminal mastermind.
Journey to the Center of the Earth
A band of explorers find fantastic sights and dangers at the earth's core in this 1959 version of Jules Verne's fantasy classic.
Journeys with George
This video diary captures Alexandra Pelosi's 18 months on the road covering the 2000 presidential campaign of George W. Bush.
Queen Latifah and Dolly Parton play dueling divas who clash over control of a small town choir that enters a national competition..
Juan Luis Guerra 4.40: Entre Mar y Palmeras
Juan Luis Guerra and his band perform a mix of new and classic hits in this concert from the beaches of the Dominican Republic.
A couple is stunned when the church hierarchy tries to buy their silence after their altar boy son is molested by a priest.
An alcoholic woman becomes involved in a nefarious ransom kidnapping scheme with a stranger from an AA meeting.
A young man's ability to instantly teleport anywhere enables him to become a wealthy globetrotter--and attracts dangerous attention.
An unexpected pregnancy sends a wisecracking high-school teen down an unusual path in this endearing comedy. Elliot Page.
Steven Spielberg brings dinosaurs to stunning life in this thriller about an island theme park where the star attractions go on a rampage.
Jurassic Park III
Stranded visitors to Isla Sorna encounter pteranodons, velociraptors, and one particularly hostile spinosaurus in this "Jurassic" sequel.
Justice League Dark: Apokolips War
Witness the most shocking battle in the DC Universe, where survival itself is a victory.
Kany Garcia: Soy yo en vivo
Grammy(R)-nominated singer-songwriter Kany Garcia brings her fifth studio album "Soy Yo" to life in this exclusive music special.
Kareem: Minority of One
Explore the complexity and genius of the NBA's all-time leading scorer--Kareem Abdul-Jabbar--in this documentary.
From director Edward Buckles Jr., this 2022 Tribeca Film Festival selection examines the impact of Hurricane Katrina on New Orleans youth.
A comic book–obsessed teen takes it upon himself to become the next great superhero, going viral and inspiring others to join the cause.
Kick-Ass faces his greatest threat yet while Hit Girl decides to hang up her tights in this darkly comic sequel.
Kill Chain: The Cyber War on America's Elections
Following hacker-turned-election expert Harri Hursti, this film takes a chilling look into the vulnerability of election technology.
A highly skilled special ops agent comes out of his self-imposed exile after learning that his mentor has been kidnapped.
A young woman discovers that the man of her dreams is really a CIA assassin in this action-packed comedy.
A young boy discovers a powerful otherworldly weapon that he uses to save his adoptive brother.
King in the Wilderness
Through personal stories of the people who were around him, this film follows Martin Luther King, Jr. during the last years of his life.
Based on the true story of Venus and Serena Williams, this film follows their undeterred father's journey in raising the tennis superstars.
Kiss the Girls
A detective tracks a serial killer with the help of a doctor who escaped from the maniac in this thriller based on James Patterson's novel.
Koran By Heart
Three 10-year-olds study and compete in The International Holy Koran Competition in Cairo--recitation of the Koran from memory.
Kung Fu Panda
A portly panda becomes an unlikely kung-fu fighting guardian of a peaceful valley community in this animated hit.
Kurt Cobain Montage of Heck
A journey through the life and career of iconic Nirvana singer Kurt Cobain as seen through his home movies, recordings, artwork, and more.
La Afinadora de Árboles (The Tree Tuner)
After receiving the global award for children's literature, a woman moves with her family to the countryside to reevaluate her life.
La Boda de Rosa (Rosa's Wedding)
A woman caught up in the drama of her family and work lives decides to take charge of her life by getting married--to herself!
La Ciudad de las Fieras (The City of Wild Beasts)
Trouble on the mean streets of Medellín, Colombia, leads a teen to the country and the grandfather he’s never known in this powerful film.
A young Mexican boy tries to save his beloved pet goat from a debt collector in this short film.
La Foquita: El 10 de la Calle
The story of famous Peruvian soccer player Jefferson Farfán is recounted from his troubled childhood to the World Cup in 2018.
La Leyenda Negra
An El Salvadorian teen attending high school in California becomes involved with a group of activist immigrants fighting deportation.
After her boyfriend proposes, an immature 28-year-old runs away and moves in with a 16-year-old girl she's recently befriended.
Attempting to pick up the pieces after a family tragedy, a middle-aged woman retreats to the wilderness of Wyoming to live off the grid.
Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life
Angelina Jolie stars in this action-packed sequel that finds intrepid explorer Lara Croft racing to locate the real Pandora's box
Lara Croft: Tomb Raider
Angelina Jolie plays the video-game heroine who races to claim a powerful artifact before it falls into villainous hands.
Tom Hanks and Julia Roberts star in this tale of an amiable everyman who loses his job, but finds new life in college.
Larry David: Curb Your Enthusiasm
The co-creator of TV's 'Seinfeld' exposes his George-like personality in this delightfully deadpan comedy special.
Larry Kramer In Love & Anger
Author, playwright and AIDS activist Larry Kramer is the focus of this portrait of one of the most important figures in gay America.
Las Mejores Familias (The Best Families)
Two housekeepers working for upper-class families find themselves in the middle of a family drama when a long-held secret is revealed.
Las Ninas (Schoolgirls)
In this coming-of-age drama set in 1990s Spain, an 11-year-old's staid life changes with the arrival of a new classmate.
Last Letters Home: Voices of Am. Troops From the Battlefields of Iraq
This poignant tribute to the U.S. soldiers who have died in the war in Iraq features final missives read by the families of 10 victims.
Last Night in Soho
An aspiring fashion designer is mysteriously able to enter the 1960s where she encounters a dazzling wannabe singer in this eerie thriller.
An American girl crosses the Atlantic to visit her pregnant Parisian stepsister whose husband has just left her in this French comedy.
Lean on Pete
Poignant story about an at-risk teen who forms a bond with an aging racehorse and tries to save the animal from the slaughterhouse.
Legendary Nights: The Tale of Gatti-Ward
The brutal trilogy of light-welterweight fights between Arturo "Thunder" Gatti and "Irish" Mickey Ward is the focus of this documentary.
Lego DC Shazam: Magic and Monsters
With the shout of a word, 10-year-old Billy Batson transforms into an adult Super Hero!
Let's Be Cops
Masquerading as cops leads to respect, female attention and eventually big trouble for two L.A. screwballs in this comedy.
Lewis Black: Black on Broadway
Cantankerous comic Lewis Black stars in his first HBO stand-up special taped live at the Brooks Atkinson Theater in New York City.
Lewis Black: Red, White & Screwed
Lewis Black delivers his comical insights into everything from the State of the Union to Dick Cheney's aim in this stand-up special.
Liberty: Mother of Exiles
Explore the past and present of the iconic Statue of Liberty in this documentary.
Life According to Sam
A moving look at a couple's inspiring efforts to save their only son Sam from the rare and fatal premature-aging disease of progeria.
Life After Beth
A young man is thrilled to learn his girlfriend has returned from the dead—the only difference is she likes to eat people now.
Life of Crime
Two bumbling crooks kidnap the wife of a sleazy real-estate tycoon, but he refuses to pay the ransom in this twist-filled caper comedy.
Life of Crime 2
This follow-up to One Year in the Life of Crime follows three of the original subjects in a netherworld of crime and drugs.
Life of Crime, 1984-2020
The final part in Jon Alpert's documentary trilogy that follows three friends from Newark, NJ whose lives have been torn by addiction.
Life of Pi
A shipwreck leaves a boy lost at sea aboard a lifeboat with a massive Bengal tiger in Ang Lee's visually stunning Oscar(R)-winner.
The codependent friendship between two women is upended when one starts to get serious with a new boyfriend.
An HIV-positive woman's work at an AIDS outreach group helps her atone for the past, but winning back her family proves more difficult.
Life's Too Short Special
Warwick Davis is a changed man with a new outlook and a film opportunity in this series finale of the HBO comedy series 'Life's Too Short.'
Lil Rel Howery: Live in Crenshaw
Comedian, actor, writer and producer Lil Rel stars in his first HBO stand-up comedy special.
A young Syrian musician is among a group of asylum seekers awaiting their fate on a Scottish isle.
A burned-out writer discovers a pill that unlocks 100% of his brain capacity but soon finds his life in jeopardy from the side effects.
Linda and the Mockingbirds
Legendary singer Linda Ronstadt travels to Mexico to explore her family history and her musical roots in this documentary.
Lindsey Vonn: The Final Season
This film follows skiing legend Lindsey Vonn as she attempts to break the record for most World Cup wins.
Lions for Lambs
Robert Redford, Meryl Streep and Tom Cruise star in this engrossing critique of America's involvement in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Little Black Book
A woman gets more than she bargained for when she snoops through her new boyfriend's Palm Pilot to track down his exes.
Little Con Lili
Set in 1989, this short film follows a mischievous 10-year-old girl who enjoys a leisurely afternoon--until her mother comes home early.
The budding friendship of two teens is strained by a contentious rent dispute between their parents in this sensitively observed drama.
Little Miss Sunshine
A dysfunctional family undertakes a 700-mile journey--in a junky VW van--to realize a little girl's dream of being in a beauty pageant.
A boy is determined to find out if there are monsters living under his bed in this comedy.
Little Rock Central: 50 Years Later
A look at today's Little Rock Central High School, which 50 years ago became a symbol of the struggles of the Civil Rights Movement.
Living With Lincoln
Filmmaker Peter Kunhardt examines how a one-of-a-kind collection of Abraham Lincoln photos and memorabilia has shaped his family.
Lo Que Siento Por Ti (What I Feel For You)
Three stories of social inclusion--a mother of two autistic teens, a couple trying to have a child, and the father of a Special Olympian.
Lock-Up: The Prisoners of Rikers Island
A graphic and unblinking documentary portrait of life inside America's largest prison complex.
A successful businessman's seemingly perfect life slowly unravels over the course of a series of phone calls during an intense car ride.
A four-man Navy SEAL team desperately tries to survive an attack by heavily armed Taliban insurgents in this fact-based drama.
Looking: The Movie
Final chapter of the series about three close friends in San Francisco exploring the options for a new generation of gay men.
Lord of War
Nicolas Cage portrays a Ukrainian immigrant who runs guns in Brooklyn and becomes a fabulously wealthy international arms dealer.
Los Días de la Ballena (Days of the Whale)
Two teenage graffiti artists in Medellin, Colombia fall in love while running afoul of street gangs in this sensitive coming-of-age story.
A social worker who adopted a crack baby four years earlier battles the now-recovered birth mother for custody.
Love & Mercy
This fascinating, offbeat biopic chronicles the life and musical genius of the Beach Boys' Brian Wilson.
Love Crimes of Kabul
Inside Afghanistan's Badam Baugh Women's Prison, where half of the inmates are locked up for 'moral crimes.'
A brainy high-school boy falls for the new girl while she prefers the attentions of the school's football star.
A desperate wife provides ransom money to rescue her kidnapped husband and becomes entangled in his criminal affairs.
A Cuban immigrant wrestling with their transgender identity searches for their sister in New York City's underground sex industry.
Lyle, Lyle Crocodile: The Musical
Animated musical based on the book about a family that bonds with a friendly crocodile.
Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard star in this "bold and inventive" (The Hollywood Reporter) adaptation of Shakespeare's tragedy.
Machine Gun Preacher
Gerard Butler stars in this fact-based drama about an ex-con who finds God and devotes his life to rescuing children in war-torn Africa.
Magic & Bird: A Courtship of Rivals
An exploration of the fierce rivalry between NBA superstars Larry Bird and Magic Johnson during their decade of dominance.
Channing Tatum struts his stuff as a veteran male stripper who takes a naive, young newcomer under his wing.
Maid in Manhattan
A senatorial candidate falls for a hotel maid whom he mistakes for a socialite in this glossy Cinderella story rom-com.
From James Wan comes this innovative horror film about a young woman whose shocking visions are in fact terrifying realities.
Man of Steel
Superman battles maniacal Kryptonian General Zod in order to save mankind from annihilation in this supercharged reboot of the franchise.
Man of the Year
Political jokester Robin Williams runs for president as a gag--and wins--in this political satire.
Mandrake Telefilm: Part 1
An intriguing case lands on Mandrake's desk. Just when he thinks he has it solved, some unexpected news changes the course of events.
Mandrake Telefilm: Part 2
After the murder of his client, Joao Paulo Birman, Mandrake investigates and uncovers new suspects--and Birman family secrets.
Filled with riveting testimony from actual C.I.A. agents, this film reveals the true story of the pursuit of Osama bin Laden.
Mann v. Ford
Inside the class-action lawsuit undertaken by a tiny Indian tribe against big business.
Mapplethorpe: Look at the Pictures
Portrait of the provocative and controversial photographer Robert Mapplethorpe.
Marathon: The Patriots Day Bombing
This documentary revisits the Boston Marathon bombings through the prism of individuals whose lives were forever changed by the attacks.
Maria Full of Grace
A 17-year-old Colombian girl in search of adventure and a better life elects to become a 'mule' for international drug smugglers.
Marina Abramovic The Artist Is Present
Follow groundbreaking artist Marina Abramovic as she creates a major retrospective of her work at New York's Museum of Modern Art.
Martin Lawrence: You So Crazy
The outrageous actor/comedian lets it all hang out in this comedy concert movie, filmed in front of a live audience in Brooklyn.
Mary and Martha
Two very different women forge a bond steeped in tragedy and African culture in this uplifting tale.
A first generation African American and his immigrant father have their lives transformed when they are racially profiled by the police.
Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World
Russell Crowe is a 19th-century British warship captain who leads a motley crew as they prepare to attack a superior French vessel.
Masters of the Universe
Dolph Lundgren stars as He-Man in this epic adventure in which the superhero must battle the evil Skeletor to save the universe.
The life and career of Mavis Staples is chronicled in this documentary about the soul and gospel singer and civil-rights icon.
Mark Wahlberg is a loner cop bent on avenging the murders of his wife and child in this stylish adaptation of the popular video game.
May It Last: A Portrait of the Avett Brothers
Follow the story of the North Carolina brothers Scott and Seth Avett--founders of the indie folk-rock band The Avett Brothers.
An exploration into the life of one-of-a-kind British fashion designer Alexander McQueen.
Mea Maxima Culpa: Silence in the House of God
Sex abuse in the Catholic Church is explored through the case of a pedophile priest and the four men who set out to expose him.
Eddie Murphy is an alien being who comes to Earth in search of a very special device in this family comedy.
Meet the Donors: Does Money Talk?
Intrepid filmmaker Alexandra Pelosi talks with the mega-donors who are funding America's presidential candidates.
Meet the Spartans
The story of Leonidas and his army of 300 Spartans is transformed into a comedy of epic proportions in this spoof.
Mel Brooks and Dick Cavett Together Again
Comedy legend Mel Brooks and talk-show pioneer Dick Cavett unite on stage for an evening of side-splitting jokes, anecdotes, and more.
Mel Brooks Live at the Geffen
Mel Brooks takes the stage for this unique stand-up show in which he shares intimate stories of his childhood, his film career, and more.
Mel Brooks: Unwrapped
A look back at comedy icon Mel Brooks' legendary career in film and TV, as told through Mel's interviews over the years with Alan Yentob.
Two sisters navigate unthinkable emotional turbulence as a rogue planet hurtles toward Earth.
A man with a severe form of short-term memory loss pieces together a way to find his wife's killer in Christopher Nolan's classic.
This documentary looks at meth addiction in rural America from the perspective of dealers, users and law enforcement.
2021 Latinx Short Film Competition Winner. Two ghostly sisters must deal with a young man who tries to contact them through a ouija board.
Cops Crockett and Tubbs go undercover in the hunt for a drug kingpin in this stylish, full-throttle adaptation of the hit '80s TV series.
Michelle Wolf: Nice Lady
Best known as a writer/contributor on "The Daily Show with Trevor Noah," Michelle Wolf makes her HBO stand-up debut.
Michigan vs. Ohio State: The Rivalry
One of the greatest rivalries in all of sports--Michigan vs. Ohio State in college football--is examined in this documentary.
Mickey Blue Eyes
A dapper British art auctioneer poses as a gangster after learning that his future father-in-law is a notorious mobster.
This documentary takes you on a harrowing ride with the Ochoa family who owns one of Mexico City’s many private ambulance companies.
Mike Mulligan and His Steam Shovel
Steam-shovel operator Mike Mulligan comes to life through the delightful voice of comedian Robert Klein in this animated musical.
Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth
Former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson and legendary filmmaker Spike Lee bring Tyson's one-man hit stage show to HBO in this special.
A cockroach bred to eradicate a deadly disease soon becomes a monstrous threat to mankind in this thriller starring Mira Sorvino.
Set four years after the events of the first film, the mutant cockroaches return smarter than ever and able to mimic their prey: man.
Mimic 3: Sentinel
Like Rear Window with giant mutant cockroaches, this sequel follows a voyeur who suspects something monstrous is afoot in his building.
Miss Evers' Boys
Emmy(R)-winning story of a 1930s experiment in which the U.S. government withheld treatment from African American syphilis patients.
Miss You Can Do It
Follow 'Miss You Can Do It' founder Abbey Curran and eight young contestants in this pageant for little girls with special needs.
A down-on-his-luck gambling addict teams up with a charismatic poker player on a road trip to a high-stakes game in New Orleans.
Mafia turncoats give personal accounts of life inside the Mob in this shocking documentary.
Chevy Chase stars as a depressed air-traffic controller who suddenly finds himself endowed with telekinetic powers.
A deadly game of cat and mouse ensues after a suicidal filmmaker drives to the desert and meets a drifter who follows him back to L.A.
Mom and Dad Save the World
A California couple are kidnapped by a lovestruck intergalactic despot in this riotous interstellar comedy.
Take a deep dive into the ever-evolving world of surfing to see how a group of teenagers changed the sport and its culture in the 1990s.
Mommy Dead and Dearest
A firsthand look at the true-crime story of Dee Dee Blanchard and her daughter Gypsy Rose.
Mommy Dead and Dearest: Podcast
A podcast for the HBO documentary Mommy Dead and Dearest.
Mona Lisa Smile
This funny, uplifting film stars Julia Roberts as an art history professor with a lot to teach about life--and much to learn about love.
Mondays at Racine
Two Long Island sisters use their beauty salon to aid in the fight against cancer in this Oscar(R)-nominated documentary short.
Halle Berry won the 2001 Best Actress Oscar for her portrayal of a black waitress who falls in love with a racist white prison guard.
An astronaut (Sam Rockwell) nearing the end of a three-year stint on the moon begins to experience strange delusions.
A mysterious force knocks the moon from its orbit around Earth and sends it hurtling on a collision course with life as we know it.
Moonlight Sonata: Deafness in Three Movements
This film weaves together the stories of a deaf boy, his deaf grandfather and Ludwig van Beethoven the year he was blindsided by deafness.
Cher goes from frumpy to fabulous as a widow living with her family in Brooklyn who falls into a full-moon romance with Nicolas Cage.
An explosive cinematic adventure inspired by the blockbuster videogame franchise.
Moscow on the Hudson
When a Russian musician defects in New York, he finds adjusting to his new life in America more difficult than he could have imagined.
Mr. Conservative: Goldwater on Goldwater
The life and career of Barry Goldwater from his start as a hugely influential Arizona Senator to his tumultuous run for president in 1964.
Mr. Magorium's Wonder Emporium
Dustin Hoffman is the oddball owner of an old toy store with wild, enchanting wares in this family film.
Alone and pregnant, Connie Doyle boards a train where she meets Patricia Winterbourne, who is on her way to meet her in-laws for the first time. When the train derails, killing Patricia and her husband, Connie is mistaken for Patricia.
Much Ado About Nothing
Kenneth Branagh brings the William Shakespeare play to life in this 'spirited' (Variety) adaptation of the classic comedy.
Muhammad Ali's Greatest Fight
Nine Supreme Court justices spar over the legitimacy of Muhammad Ali's conscientious-objector appeal during the Vietnam War.
Music Box: DMX: Don't Try to Understand
Focusing on a year in the life of Earl “DMX” Simmons, this documentary follows the late rapper through his 2019 comeback tour.
Music Box: Jagged
An intimate exploration of Alanis Morissette and her groundbreaking 1995 album Jagged Little Pill.
Music Box: Juice WRLD: Into the Abyss
The life and all-too-short career of wunderkind rapper Juice WRLD is revealed in this intimate and often eye-opening documentary.
Music Box: Listening to Kenny G
An examination of the most popular instrumentalist of all time and why he is polarizing to so many.
Music Box: Mr. Saturday Night
The meteoric career of music entrepreneur Robert Stigwood is chronicled in this documentary.
Music Box: Woodstock 99: Peace, Love, and Rage
An examination of Woodstock 99, the infamous music festival that, instead of celebrating peace and love, descended into mayhem.
My Best Friend's Girl
A guy's scheme to win his ex back backfires when he asks his pal to take her out on a horrible date and his buddy falls for her himself.
My Big Fat Greek Wedding
Nia Vardalos stars as a girl who creates a stir within her traditional Greek family by falling for a guy with one flaw--he's not Greek!
My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2
Nia Vardalos and her madcap Greek family are reunited for another wedding in this comedy sequel.
My Bloody Valentine
A masked psychopath in a small mining town begins slaying the local youths at a Valentine's Day dance in this 1981 slasher classic.
My Boss’s Daughter
Things spin out of control when an ambitious junior exec house-sits at his boss’s mansion and his wild coworkers show up ready to party.
My Cousin Vinny
Two Brooklyn college boys facing murder charges in Alabama hire New York's newest--and most inexperienced--lawyer in this riotous comedy.
My Dad Wrote a Porno
The hit podcast comes to HBO in this comedy special featuring Jamie Morton, James Cooper and Alice Levine.
My Days of Mercy
Two women on opposite sides of the death penalty debate begin a romantic relationship despite their conflicting political views.
My Favorite Shapes by Julio Torres
In this multimedia comedy show, Julio Torres explores his favorite shapes--which lead to fantastical stories, anecdotes and jokes.
My Life in Ruins
The Mediterranean world holds romance among the ancient relics for a dispirited Greek tour guide in this comedy starring Nia Vardalos.
My Week with Marilyn
A young Brit befriends Marilyn Monroe while working on a film in 1956 England in this intriguing drama based on a true story.
The lives and loves of three women working at a pizzeria in Mystic, Connecticut are charted in this romantic-comedy.
Quirky cult comedy about a frizzy haired high-school geek and the screwballs that surround him in a dingy small town.
Natalie Wood: What Remains Behind
Actor Natalie Wood's personal life, illustrious career, and mysterious death are intimately explored in this documentary.
A young African American man in Chicago navigates a perilous world of money and power in this adaptation of Richard Wright's novel.
Charlie Sheen and Michael Biehn lead the U.S. Navy's elite mobile unit, the SEALs, into battle against a devious Middle Eastern terrorist.
A young Korean-American man's effort to impress a date by pretending to speak fluent Korean backfires badly.
News of the World
Tom Hanks portrays a grizzled Civil War veteran tasked with returning a young girl to her only remaining family.
Nick Guerra: Love me at my worst
Comedian Nick Guerra muses on women, relationships, nightclubs, video games and more in this stand-up comedy special.
A workaholic's one-night stand quickly goes bad when he discovers the drunken beauty is his boss's former mistress.
He prowls the streets of LA by night…out to capture crime on camera. Jake Gyllenhaal stars as a driven stringer who goes to extremes.
David Oyelowo delivers a powerhouse performance as a troubled war veteran who comes unraveled in his isolation.
Nikki Glaser: Good Clean Filth
Comedian Nikki Glaser offers her brutally-honest take on sex, dating, feminism, and more in this stand-up special.
Nixon By Nixon: In His Own Words
A revealing film that looks at the many sides of Richard Nixon through his recently declassified White House tapes.
No Contract, No Cookies: The Stella D'oro Strike
This film highlights the close ties that developed between Stella D'oro cookie factory employees during a strike.
No Country for Old Men
A killer and a Texas lawman search for a hunter who stumbles upon $2 million in dirty money in this riveting Best Picture Oscar® winner.
No Mataras (Cross the Line)
A man about to leave on a long journey in the wake of his father's death meets a young girl who leads him into a nightmarish adventure.
No Place on Earth
Holocaust survivors who hid in a cave in Ukraine for over a year and a half tell their remarkable story in this powerful documentary.
Bob Odenkirk is nobody...until this unassuming family man's daughter gets her bracelet stolen and he decides to unveil a long-hidden past.
A flight takes a terrifying turn for air marshal Liam Neeson when a maniac threatens to kill someone every 20 minutes if he isn't paid.
North Dallas Forty
Nick Nolte plays an aging wide receiver in this bawdy, brutally honest look behind the scenes of pro football.
The intertwining stories of various families as they deal with loss, memory, and the physical objects that we leave behind.
Notes From the Field
Anna Deavere Smith's powerful and critically acclaimed play comes to HBO, taking aim at America's failed justice system.
Nothing but Trouble
A couple's trip takes a detour into a bizarre New Jersey town where they're imprisoned in a Gothic mansion crammed with contraptions.
Nothing Left Unsaid: Gloria Vanderbilt & Anderson Cooper
Gloria Vanderbilt and her son, TV journalist Anderson Cooper, take a candid look back on Vanderbilt's remarkable life and career.
The trace of the past is present when three migrants return to a community in the highlands of Mixtec Oaxaca in Mexico.
Nuestras Madres (Our Mothers)
With Guatemala immersed in the trial of the soldiers who sparked the civil war, an anthropologist goes in search of his missing father.
A convicted killer who has spent 24 years behind bars finds his parole threatened by his effort to help a brash young inmate.
After a breakup, a stand-up comedienne has a one-night fling that results in an unexpected pregnancy in this earnest rom-com.
Five college buddies start their own moving business only to find themselves tangling with sleazy competitors and the mob.
A family finds themselves rapidly aging while on vacation at a mysterious beach in this supernatural drama from M. Night Shyamalan.
Lionel Bart's musical adaptation of Charles Dickens' Oliver Twist.
Omen IV: The Awakening
Damien the Antichrist lives on through his daughter, who is just learning to use her powers in this fourth film in 'The Omen' series.
Once Upon a Time in Brooklyn
After serving time in prison, a trouble man must choose between his father’s business or his mobster ties in this crime thriller.
One for the Money
An unemployed lingerie saleswoman takes a job as a bounty hunter and is assigned to track down an ex-cop who happens to be an old flame.
One Nation Under Dog: Stories of Fear, Loss & Betrayal
The sobering realities of the American obsession with dogs is explored in this searing documentary.
One Nation Under Stress
Dr. Sanjay Gupta explores how advances in neuroscience are shedding light on the origins and impact of stress.
One Survivor Remembers
Holocaust survivor Gerda Weissmann's life is explored through photos, film clips and interviews in this compelling documentary.
One Year in a Life of Crime
Director Jon Alpert takes his cameras undercover for this hard-hitting look at men who live by theft and suffer addiction.
Only Lovers Left Alive
A depressed, reclusive vampire musician is rejoined by his centuries-old wife in this delightfully off-kilter romantic drama.
Oprah Winfrey Presents: After Neverland
Oprah Winfrey hosts this conversation with Wade Robson and James Safechuck, subjects of the two-part HBO documentary “Leaving Neverland."
A Cuban coffee merchant's supposedly plain mail-order bride turns out to be a stunning--and duplicitous--seducttress.
Orlando Leyba: Adorable
This special features stand-up comic Orlando Leyba who finds humor in just about anything that crosses his path.
Adapted from the Tony Award-winning play, this film follows the unlikely story of the 1993 Oslo Peace Accords.
An antique Ouija board opens a group of mourning teens to an ancient evil in this spine-tingling horror film.
Based on the bestselling book, this documentary looks at how small towns and cities respond to setbacks to find their way forward.
Outside the Bubble: On the Road with Alexandra Pelosi
Filmmaker Alexandra Pelosi explores 10 of the most divisive questions facing Americans today.
Wealthy amnesiac Goldie Hawn is duped into playing house with blue-collar Kurt Russell and his four unruly sons in this comedy.
With giant monsters leveling Earth, mankind's last defense lies in massive, two-man operated fighting robots in this sci-fi epic.
This documentary short is an intimate portrait of the filmmaker's father during an unexpected day at the beach.
Para Rosa (For Rosa)
This short film was inspired by the Madrigal Ten, a group of Latina women who were unknowingly sterilized while giving birth in the 1970s.
Top Latino comedians Liss Pereira and Monica Escobedo perform no-holds-barred stand-up in this special hosted by Alex Marin y Kall.
Comedians Vladamir Caamano, Frankie Quinones and Shayla Rivera tell their stories of growing up Latino in the U.S. in this special.
This fast-paced stand-up comedy show is hosted by comic Tonio Skits and features comedians Orlando Leyba, Eric Blake and Aida Rodriguez.
Comedians Christine Medrano, Jerry Garcia, and Francisco Ramos share hilarious personal stories in this half-hour show.
Al Pacino stars as Penn State football coach Joe Paterno in the aftermath of the Jerry Sandusky sexual-abuse scandal.
Path to War
John Frankenheimer's powerful look at how President Lyndon Johnson became the symbol for the most unpopular war in U.S. history.
Paul F. Tompkins: Driven to Drink
In this comedy special, Paul F. Tompkins (HBO's 'Mr. Show with Bob and David') performs a stand-up routine on stage.
Tobey Maguire stars as chess legend Bobby Fischer in this story of his epic Cold War match against Russia's Boris Spassky in 1972.
Paycheck to Paycheck: The Life & Times of Katrina Gilbert
The day-to-day challenges faced by millions of women in America today are seen through this story of a struggling single mom in Tennessee.
Pecado Original (Original Sin)
A sexually frustrated housewife seduces an artist, only to be interrupted by her prudish husband, who then tries to win her back.
Pedro Capo: En Letra de Otro
Award-winning Puerto Rican musician Pedro Capo covers songs by Selena, Luis Miguel, Calle 13 and more in this special.
Foreign pen pals tell their American friends about their daily lives through touching and informative letters.
Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters
Percy Jackson, the son of Poseidon, returns to find the legendary Golden Fleece in this epic adventure sequel.
When her friend's affair with a married ad exec ends in the woman's murder, a reporter goes undercover to bring the killer to justice.
Pete Holmes: Dirty Clean
Pete Holmes stars in his second special for HBO, taped in front of a sold-out live audience at the Aladdin Theater in Portland, Oregon.
Pete Holmes: Faces and Sounds
Comedian/writer/actor Pete Holmes shares his hilarious insights into life's most absurd moments in this stand-up comedy special.
Al Pacino and Helen Mirren star in this riveting drama that follows the murder trial of legendary music producer Phil Spector.
Piano y Mujer
Virtuoso pianist Arthur Hanlon and five of Latin music’s top female vocalists join in a concert that celebrates women and Latin music.
Pinochet's Last Stand
The fascinating story of former Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet's surprise arrest for crimes against humanity while in London in 1998.
After stealing a woman's cell phone, a young man digs into it to steal her money only to find himself becoming attracted to her.
This expose of the dark side of plastic surgery focuses on three cases of procedures that went horrifically wrong.
Please Stand By
A young autistic writer rushes to complete a Star Trek fan fiction script for a competition while navigating her complicated home life.
A brash FBI agent goes undercover with a group of extreme criminal daredevils in this pulse-pounding remake.
Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping
Follow the travails of young rap star Conner 4 Real in this hilarious mockumentary starring Andy Samberg.
Porno Para Principiantes (Porno for Newbies)
An amateur filmmaker who's about to get married falls for a porn star when he's hired by a mobster to direct a pornographic horror film.
Portraits of a Lady
This engaging documentary chronicles the painting of Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor by 25 very different artists.
Artist Spencer Tunick gathers 85 HIV-positive men and women to bare it all for his latest photo shoot in this third 'Naked' film.
Postcards from the Edge
A substance-addicted actress tries to look on the bright side even as she is forced to move back in with her mother to avoid unemployment.
A little girl who recently lost her mother experiences holiday magic when she finds an injured reindeer she believes is one of Santa's.
The atrocities of the Third Reich are witnessed through the vivid, first-person recollections of an Auschwitz survivor.
Worlds collide when two women from opposite sides of the tracks wind up together in an all-night laundromat.
Goldie Hawn is an Army recruit in basic training in a hilarious performance that earned her a 1980 Best Actress Oscar(R) nomination.