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  • 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 Low (PG-13)

    Robert Duvall is a scruffy backwoods codger, object of fear and gossip in a neighboring town, who strikes a deal with smarmy undertaker Bill Murray to give himself a living funeral so he can eavesdrop on all the stories. more...
  • Gideon's Day (NR)

    With its eccentric mix of realism and mannerism, London locations and stylish sets, John Ford's 1958 adaptation of a John Creasey novel is decidedly un-Hollywood. more...
  • The Glass Key

    Dashiell Hammett's most curious novel, about a political fixer who goes to bat for his boss when he's accused of killing a millionaire's son, here turned into a reasonably entertaining vehicle for Paramount's hot love duo of 1942, Alan Ladd and Veronica Lake. more...
  • 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 Godfather, Part II (R)

    Three hours and 20 minutes of Al Pacino suffering openly, Robert Duvall suffering silently, Diane Keaton suffering noisily, and (every so often) Robert De Niro suffering good-naturedly is almost too much, but Francis Ford Coppola pulls it off in grand style. 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...
  • Gone With the Pope (NR)

    Duke Mitchell directed this 1987 feature about a career criminal who gets out of prison and plots to kidnap the Pope. more...
  • The Guilty Generation (NR)

    Rowland V. Lee directed this 1931 drama in which a couple's love is endangered by their gangster fathers' constant warring with each other. more...