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  • The Gallows
  • The Gallows (R)

    The fictitious high school play The Gallows isn't very good, judging from what we see of it during the real horror movie The Gallows. more...
  • The Gambler (R)

    Mark Wahlberg stars in this remake of James Toback's 1974 debut film, as a once-promising novelist whose career has petered out and whose gambling addiction has gotten him into trouble with a fearsome loan shark. more...
  • Gangster Squad (R)

    This noirish mob actioner from Ruben Fleischer (Zombieland) originally included a scene of gangsters firing from behind a silver screen into a movie audience; after the multiplex massacre in Aurora, Colorado, that scene was deleted, so you'll have to settle for the opening one, in which a hood with his limbs tied to two different cars is torn in half onscreen. more...
  • Get Hard
  • Get Hard (R)

    Will Ferrell stars as a Bel Air stockbroker who's convicted of defrauding investors and sentenced to ten years in San Quentin; Kevin Hart is the South Central car-wash owner who, posing as an ex-con, agrees to school the money man on how to survive in prison. more...
  • Get Him to the Greek (R)

    When your parents saw this movie, it was called My Favorite Year (1982) and concerned a young TV writer in the 1950s who's ordered to chaperone a drunken, washed-up matinee idol (Peter O'Toole) through the rehearsal and live broadcast of a prime-time variety show. more...
  • Get Out (R)

    Sketch comedian Jordan Peele (of Comedy Central's Key and Peele) makes his directing debut with a horror movie that sticks closely to genre convention even as its ribbing of white liberals hardens into a social point. more...
  • The Gift
  • The Gift (R)

    This cagey suspense film was originally called "Weirdo," but the ultimate release title, bland as it might seem, is actually closer to the mark: the story is like one of those gift-wrapped boxes with another box inside, and another inside that one. more...
  • Gigantic (R)

    Matt Aselton's 2008 debut feature is the sort of quirk-heavy indie that proliferated in the mid-90s, when movie stars were just beginning to colonize the genre in search of good parts. more...
  • Gimme Danger
  • Gimme Danger (R)

    Indie veteran Jim Jarmusch documents the rise and fall of the Stooges, the Detroit rock band of the late 60s and early 70s whose Motor City mayhem helped inspire the rise of punk a few years later. more...
  • The Girl From Monaco (R)

    A high-powered defense attorney (Fabrice Luchini) and the bodyguard assigned to him during a murder trial (Roschdy Zem) clash over a beautiful, salacious TV weather announcer (Louise Bourgoin) in this frequently hilarious bedroom comedy by the cagey French writer-director Anne Fontaine (How I Killed My Father). more...
  • The Girl on the Train
  • The Girl on the Train (R)

    Two years (almost to the day) after 20th Century Fox hit the jackpot with David Fincher's Gone Girl (2014), Universal Pictures releases a clone, also adapted from a best-selling mystery novel and trading in the dark secrets of beautiful, upper-class white people. more...
  • Gleason
  • Gleason (R)

    Diagnosed with ALS in 2011, former NFL player Steve Gleason agreed to let filmmaker Clay Tweel document his battle with the disease, partly so his newborn son would have a record of him before he lost the ability to speak. more...
  • Goat
  • Goat (R)

    Two brothers enroll in a fraternity whose hazing tests their loyalty to each other. more...