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  • The Glenn Miller Story

    Biographies of faded big-band stars were good box office in the 50s; this 1954 study of the legendary lost-in-action Miller is much better than most, thanks to the participation of director Anthony Mann and star James Stewart. more...
  • God Told Me To (R)

    It's a pity that Larry Cohen's talents as a director don't match his audacity as a screenwriter; this infinitely perverse 1977 thriller could have been a sleaze classic. more...
  • Godzilla 2000

    Godzilla, an ambiguous threat to the people of Tokyo, faces off against a shape-shifting alien, but the giant lizard's morphologically unstable foe isn't entirely organic—it's an oversize, rampaging CPU even more curvaceous than an iMac and capable of processing genetic information as rapidly as computer data. more...
  • Godzilla vs. Megalon

    The big lizard battles Megalon, a metal insect monster with drills for arms, and Gigan, a metal bird with a buzz-saw stomach. more...
  • Going on 13 (NR)

    Kristy Guevara-Flanagan and Dawn D. Valadez created this 2008 documentary exploring the lives of four teenage girls coming of age in California. more...
  • Good Fortune (NR)

    This 2009 documentary by Landon Van Soest focuses on three people who live in poor areas of Kenya, and how relief efforts might harm more than help them. more...
  • Good Guys Wear Black (PG)

    Chuck Norris may be the least charismatic adventure hero I've ever encountered on-screen, and his overweening blandness keeps this conventional action film (1979) on a low level of alpha waves. 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...