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  • Gone Baby Gone

    “I always thought it was the things you don't choose that make you who you are,” declares the narrator at the opening of this powerful mystery, words that turn out to be hauntingly prophetic. more...
  • Gonzo: The Life and Work of Dr. Hunter S. Thompson

    Alex Gibney (Taxi to the Dark Side, Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room) sets out to rescue gonzo journalist Hunter Thompson from his cartoonish persona, and this hugely entertaining documentary returns the focus to his writing in all its force, precision, and moral clarity. more...
  • Good Boys

    “I?m not ashamed of what I do,” says Menni (Daniel Efrat), the young Tel Aviv prostitute at the center of this Israeli drama. more...
  • Good Bye

    A pregnant lawyer in Iran, eager to join her journalist husband in exile, tries to come up with a pretense for leaving the country even as the authorities monitor her every move. more...
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  • The Good German

    Warner Brothers is promoting this World War II drama as high-toned Oscar bait, but it's best appreciated as a big-budget experiment: adapting a contemporary novel, director Steven Soderbergh set out to re-create the look of classical Hollywood filmmaking with old-school equipment (boom mikes, incandescent lighting, fixed-length lenses) and production techniques (filming a scene shot by shot rather than covering a single take with multiple cameras). more...
  • Good Hair

    Prompted by his young daughter’s innocent question—“Daddy, how come don’t I have good hair?”—comedian Chris Rock investigates the multibillion-dollar black hair-care industry, a topic that leads him to the very roots (so to speak) of African-American identity. more...
  • A Good Lawyer's Wife

    Writer-director Im Sang-soo examines two halves of a nearly severed marriage in this grimly observant 2003 drama from South Korea. more...
  • 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...
  • The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (R)

    Sergio Leone's comic, cynical, inexplicably moving epic spaghetti western (1966), in which all human motivation has been reduced to greed—it's just a matter of degree between the Good (Clint Eastwood), the Bad (Lee Van Cleef), and the Ugly (Eli Wallach). more...
  • A Good Woman

    The Amalfi coast during the 1930s provides a glittering backdrop for this 2004 update of Oscar Wilde's Lady Windermere's Fan. more...
  • Goodbye, Dragon Inn

    For all its minimalism, Tsai Ming-liang's 2003 masterpiece manages to be many things at once: a Taiwanese Last Picture Show, a failed heterosexual love story, a gay cruising saga, a melancholy tone poem, a mordant comedy, a creepy ghost tale. more...