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  • Good Night, and Good Luck (PG)

    This claustrophobic drama about CBS journalist Edward R. Murrow facing down Joseph McCarthy in the early 50s delivers a timely lesson on cold-war hysteria, media politics, and journalistic courage, though the strong dichotomy between good and evil sometimes suggests a classic western. more...
  • Gordon Parks: Start of Motion

    Three early shorts, made for public television, by the pioneering photographer and filmmaker (Shaft, The Learning Tree): Diary of a Harlem Family (1968, 20 min.), Flavio (1964, 12 min.), and World of Piri Thomas (1968, 60 min.). more...
  • The Graduate

    One of Mike Nichols's better films, though one suspects that the gargantuan commercial success it had back in 1967 had at least as much to do with the zeitgeist as with Nichols's talent in popularizing certain French New Wave tropes and adapting the satiric manner of his old stand-up routines with Elaine May. Dustin Hoffman, in the performance that made his career, plays the disaffected title youth, coerced into an affair with a middle-aged woman (Anne Bancroft) while remaining smitten with her daughter (Katharine Ross). more...
  • The Grand Duel (R)

    Lee Van Cleef stars as an ex-sheriff who helps a man framed for murder escape from bounty hunters in this 1972 western, directed by Giancarlo Santi. more...
  • Grand Theft Auto (PG)

    Ron Howard made his directing debut with this 1977 action comedy from New World Pictures. more...
  • Granito: How to Nail a Dictator (NR)

    Pamela Yates, whose 1983 film When the Mountains Tremble documented the civil war in Guatemala, revisits the story with this 2011 sequel, including outtakes from the original film that may implicate General RĂ­os Montt and others in war crimes. more...
  • Great Expectations

    This 1946 film would be interesting—apart from the sumptuousness of the production—if only because it was Alec Guinness's first appearance in pictures. more...
  • The Great Lie

    Bette Davis stars in this 1941 melodrama, as a woman who marries, loses her husband in a plane crash, and then discovers that another woman is carrying his child. more...
  • Grill Point

    With a musical running gag that alone is worth the price of admission, Andreas Dresen's funky, likable German feature charts the profound but not completely negative effects of adultery on two lower-middle-class couples, best friends until one husband beds the other's wife. more...
  • Gunblast

    A woman falls for the hit man she hired to kill her ex-boyfriend in this 1986 actioner from Nick Millard. more...