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  • Goon (R)

    Seann William Scott is the best comic neanderthal in Hollywood (American Pie, Role Models), and he's found the perfect story in this fictionalized adaptation of a memoir by minor-league hockey brawler Doug Smith. more...
  • The Grey (R)

    A great leap forward for the talented action director Joe Carnahan, this old-fashioned suspense tale builds on and yet subtly criticizes the slick violence of his Smokin' Aces (2006) and The A-Team (2010), culminating with a meditation on death that's uncommonly grave for an American movie. more...
  • Gomorrah (NR)

    This Italian crime saga opens with a Godfather-style set piece in which three hoods are assassinated in the gleaming blue light of a tanning salon, which culminates in serial close-ups of their purple-spattered corpses. more...
  • Groundhog Day (PG)

    Bill Murray plays an obnoxious TV weatherman from Pittsburgh forced to relive the same wintry day in a small Pennsylvania town over and over again until he gets it right, in an unexpectedly graceful and well-organized comedy (1993) directed and cowritten by Harold Ramis. more...
  • The Grapes of Wrath (NR)

    John Ford's Oscar-winning 1940 vision of the ant line of Okies marching across the Depression desert to California was based on John Steinbeck's best seller, and it remains, for better or worse, Ford's best-known and most “respectable” film. more...
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  • The Glass Shield

    The fourth feature (1995) by this country's most gifted black filmmaker, Charles Burnett (Killer of Sheep), is his first with a directly political edge—a heartfelt and persuasive look at the racism and corruption of the Los Angeles police force, based on a true story and calculated to burn its hard lessons straight into your skull. more...
  • The General

    John Boorman's 1998 docudrama about the contemporary Irish gangster Martin Cahill was critically acclaimed at Cannes as a return to form, though it flopped in London, allegedly because English teenagers couldn't countenance a black-and-white film. more...
  • The Ground Truth

    Heartbreaking, infuriating, and above all patriotic, this documentary by Patricia Foulkrod gives voice to American soldiers who've returned from Iraq disgusted with the war, haunted by their own actions, and profoundly alienated from the people who sent them. more...