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  • G-Fest XV screenings

    Two double features, screening as part of the 15th annual Godzilla Fest this weekend at the Crowne Plaza Chicago O'Hare in Rosemont. more...
  • G

    This 2002 drama about a hip-hop gangsta (Richard T. Jones) settling in the Hamptons was inspired by The Great Gatsby, though the filmmakers have ignored its style and narrative point-of-view, updated the action by 80 years, made all the major characters black, and drastically changed the ending. more...
  • G.I. Executioner

    Viet vet running a Singapore nightclub becomes the vengeful executioner of the title after Chinese mercenaries double-cross him. more...
  • G.I. Jane

    This revolting ersatz political spiel (1997) takes so long to get to its first real dramatic conflict that the remainder—which includes scenes of combat that just happen to feature a woman in a position of authority—is virtually unendurable. more...
  • 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...
  • Gabbeh

    Is it possible for a movie to be intoxicatingly pretty without quite attaining beauty? more...
  • Gabi on the Roof in July

    A young woman goes to New York City to spend the summer with her older brother and seduces his friend in this feature by Lawrence Michael Levine. more...
  • Gabriel

    The sole film of abstract painter Agnes Martin, described as "an observational film centered on landscape and nature, a film about a more casual kind of looking than her compositionally-precise geometric paintings demand." more...
  • Gabriel

    Lou Howe wrote and directed this indie drama about a troubled young man (Rory Culkin) trying to put his life back together after he's released from treatment. more...
  • Gabriel Orozco

    One of the finest art documentaries I've ever seen, Juan Carlos Martin's 2002 film captures the spirit of this amazing artist not through long talking-head interviews and boring, static shots of his work but by getting some of Orozco's wry, playful, fugitive spirit into the film's ever-changing mix of styles. more...
  • Gabriel Over the White House

    Gregory La Cava's bizarre Depression fantasy (1933), in which a cigar-chomping politician (Walter Huston) is elected president and promptly visited by the Divine Light. more...