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  • Genius on Hold (PG)

    Frank Langella narrates this documentary about telecommunications innovator Walter L. Shaw and his son Walter T. Shaw, who became a jewel thief. more...
  • The Getaway (PG)

    It's too bad they didn't really film Jim Thompson's novel, which remains one of the most astonishing pieces of pulp fiction ever written, yet Sam Peckinpah does a professional job with this much-watered-down version (1972). more...
  • Ghostbusters (PG)

    Essentially a $30 million version of Abbott and Costello Meet the Mummy but not at all a bad time, thanks mainly to Bill Murray's incredibly dry line readings and director Ivan Reitman's maintenance of a moderately coherent tone and plotline (1984). more...
  • The Go-Between (PG)

    Nicely frosted by Joseph Losey's cool precision, this 1971 film, based on a novel by L.P. Hartley, is the primal tale of a young boy who becomes the messenger between a proper English lady (Julie Christie) and the farmer with whom she is having an affair (Alan Bates). more...
  • God's Not Dead 2 (PG)

    The anticipated sequel to the 2014 film, "God's Not Dead" focuses on a teachers legal battle after discussing God and the gospel in her classroom. more...
  • Going Home (PG)

    Adolfas Mekas directed this 1971 documentary about returning to his Lithuanian homeland with his brother, avant-garde filmmaker Jonas Mekas. more...
  • Godzilla (PG)

    I happened to catch Kohji Hashimoto's remake of Japan's classic rubber-monster tale during a trip to Tokyo, where it was the biggest hit of the 1984 Christmas season. more...
  • Goldfinger (PG)

    This 1964 entry is the most enjoyable of the James Bond thrillers starring Sean Connery—perhaps because it's the most comic and cartoony in look as well as conception. more...
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  • The Good Dinosaur 3D
  • The Good Dinosaur 3D (PG)

    This computer-animated feature from Disney comes close to the wonder and terror of the studio's classic hand-painted animations; in its realization of such childhood fears as getting lost and a parent dying, it particularly recalls Bambi and Dumbo. more...