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  • Gardens of Stone

    Francis Coppola's 1987 Vietnam meditation was his best film in a while (pace Peggy Sue Got Married), though it's still something less than satisfying. more...
  • The Gate (PG-13)

    Juveniles discover gateway to hell in suburban backyard. more...
  • The Gay Desperado

    Rouben Mamoulian's light-opera comedy (1936) mixes American gangsters and Mexican bandidos in the story of an opera tenor kidnapped for his singing and a spoiled heiress kidnapped for reasons that aren't too clear. more...
  • Gidget

    The first (1959) and allegedly the best of the Gidget series, with Sandra Dee as the effervescent 16-year-old falling for a swoony surfer, much to her archetypally square parents' dismay. more...
  • The Girl in the Picture

    Wee sleekit feyness from Scotland, about a photographer (John Gordon-Sinclair, the angular, gangly swain from Bill Forsyth's Gregory's Girl) who's maybe in love or maybe not in love (or maybe a little of both . . . more...
  • A Girl of a Good Family

    Young Chinese woman finds herself caught between oppressive tradition and revolutionary change as she suffers through an arranged marriage to a six-year-old child. more...
  • God's Gift

    Once childhood friends, two men clash with one another in a poor Mexico City neighborhood. more...
  • The Golden Child

    Eddie Murphy plays a social worker assigned to protect a magical Tibetan infant from dark, satanic evil. more...
  • The Good Earth

    MGM prestige plodder (1937) based on Pearl Buck's novel, with Luise Rainer impersonating a long-suffering Chinese peasant woman and winning an Oscar for her efforts. more...
  • The Good Father

    Anthony Hopkins as an angry publishing exec who abandons his wife and son to nurse antifeminist resentments. more...
  • Gorgo

    Better-than-average British entry into the 60s SF mutant-monster cycle, with prehistoric Godzilla junior put on temporary display at a London circus before rampaging big mom trundles in for the predictably cataclysmic finale. more...
  • Gospel According to Vic

    Innocuous, almost invisible Scottish comedy about a nonbelieving teacher at a Glasgow parochial school (Tom Conti) who becomes the object of cultish veneration, as a kind of “miracle man,” after surviving a 40-foot fall without injury. more...
  • Gothic

    It was a dark and stormy night . . . more...
  • La grande guerra

    Alberto Sordi and Vittorio Gassman wander through World War I as a pair of soldierly shirkers who spend most of their time trying to avoid combat. more...