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  • G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra (PG-13)

    Back when I was young enough to play with dolls—sorry, “action figures”—G.I. Joe was just a modestly proportioned, multiply articulated World War II grunt, but since then he seems to have mutated into an ultrabuff, multiracial, gender-integrated corps of elite commandos. more...
  • The Gate (PG-13)

    Juveniles discover gateway to hell in suburban backyard. more...
  • The Gatekeepers (PG-13)

    In a journalistic coup, documentarian Dror Moreh gets all the living former heads of Shin Bet, Israel's secret service, to speak candidly about the agency and Israeli foreign policy in general. more...
  • Gattaca (PG-13)

    The moody images and Michael Nyman's score aren't enough to salvage this banal 1997 science fiction story about the "very near future," when people are genetically tested and engineered so that all their strengths and weaknesses are known, if not determined, at birth. more...
  • Genius (PG-13)

    Good editors strive to make themselves invisible, which is what makes this affectionate biopic of Maxwell Perkins—who guided Hemingway, Fitzgerald, and Thomas Wolfe into print—such an odd surprise. more...
  • Gentlemen Broncos (PG-13)

    Nerdsploitation auteur Jared Hess (Napoleon Dynamite Nacho Libre) takes a witless whack at sci-fi fanboys. more...
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  • The German Doctor
  • The German Doctor (PG-13)

    This quietly unnerving Argentinean drama (2013) centers on a Patagonian family in 1960 who unknowingly welcome the fugitive Dr. Josef Mengele into their home. more...
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  • 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...
  • Get On Up
  • Get On Up (PG-13)

    As an artist, an icon, and a person, James Brown is such an elusive quarry that no biopic writer could hope to do more than circle around him—which is exactly how brothers Jez and John-Henry Butterworth (Fair Game) approach the singer in this straightforward but highly entertaining feature. more...
  • Getaway (PG-13)

    A former race car driver (Ethan Hawke) comes home one night to learn his wife's been kidnapped; to get her back, he must drive a souped-up sports car through increasingly dangerous situations while a Mabuse-like figure monitors his every move via hidden cameras. more...
  • Ghost (PG-13)

    Patrick Swayze plays a yuppie Wall Street executive in love with artist Demi Moore. more...