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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...
  • The G Force
  • The G Force

    Strong women propel Pamela Sherrod Anderson's documentary, about seniors who step up as primary caregivers for their grandchildren after their children fall prey to mental illness, addiction, domestic violence, incarceration, or sudden death. 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...
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  • 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...