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  • Gordon Parks: Start of Motion

    Three early shorts, made for public television, by the pioneering photographer and filmmaker (Shaft, The Learning Tree): Diary of a Harlem Family (1968, 20 min.), Flavio (1964, 12 min.), and World of Piri Thomas (1968, 60 min.). more...
  • The Grand Duel (R)

    Lee Van Cleef stars as an ex-sheriff who helps a man framed for murder escape from bounty hunters in this 1972 western, directed by Giancarlo Santi. more...
  • Godzilla 2000

    Godzilla, an ambiguous threat to the people of Tokyo, faces off against a shape-shifting alien, but the giant lizard's morphologically unstable foe isn't entirely organic—it's an oversize, rampaging CPU even more curvaceous than an iMac and capable of processing genetic information as rapidly as computer data. more...
  • Good Guys Wear Black (PG)

    Chuck Norris may be the least charismatic adventure hero I've ever encountered on-screen, and his overweening blandness keeps this conventional action film (1979) on a low level of alpha waves. more...
  • Granito: How to Nail a Dictator (NR)

    Pamela Yates, whose 1983 film When the Mountains Tremble documented the civil war in Guatemala, revisits the story with this 2011 sequel, including outtakes from the original film that may implicate General Ríos Montt and others in war crimes. 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...
  • Going on 13 (NR)

    Kristy Guevara-Flanagan and Dawn D. Valadez created this 2008 documentary exploring the lives of four teenage girls coming of age in California. more...