The Yes Men -- documentary

Bitter Victory -- 1970s, moral drama, European cut

Porco Rosso -- "The Crimson Pig" Animated, but not for kids. By Myczaki

Chisholm '72 -- About the first woman to run for president.

Strayed -- French. World War II film

My Own Private Idaho -- based on Henry IV, Part I. Special edition.

Here are Madison Movie Critic Jerry Shenk's latest "obscure picks." As seen on "News 3 At Noon" Feb. 4.

Roaring 20s - James Cagney and Humphrey Bogart

Casque D'Or -- Starring sex symbol Simone Signoretis, considered director Jacques Becker's masterpiece.

The Cat That Ate Paris -- Peter Weir

IMAX: Hidden Dimensions (Check out the featurette)

Scenes From A Marriage -- TV and theatrical version, Ingmar Bergman

As seen on "News 3 at Noon" Dec. 3.

A Day Without A Mexican - Comedy, Latino Mocumentary

Zatoichi - Japanese, subtitles

Fanny And Alexander -- Swedish, theatrical and TV copies

A Home At The End of the World -- Colin Farrell, Sissy Spacek, and Robin Wright Penn

The Iron Giant -- annimated, voice of Vin Disel, Jennifer Aniston, Brad Pitt

As seen on "News 3 At Noon" Nov. 6.

Nol - Icelandic film, subtitles, drama

To Be And To Have - documentary about a French school teacher

Control Room - about Aljezeer, Islamic TV station

Proof - recently released on DVD with Russell Crow, drama

Jesus of Montreal - French Canadian film

The Mother - drama, about a woman whose husband dies, so she takes up with the gardener