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  • Game Night
  • Game Night (R)

    I've always found Jason Bateman's comedies to be a pretty good bet; he’s never doubled me over, but the movies he's produced (Identity Thief, Bad Words, The Family Fang) are abundantly clever, with dialogue that manages to be hilariously mean but essentially harmless. more...
  • The Greatest Showman
  • The Greatest Showman (PG)

    The 19th-century circus mogul P.T. Barnum crassly exploited the disfigured and disabled people in his sideshows, but the man played by Hugh Jackman in this sanitized musical biopic is an idealist who wants only to bring joy to the world. more...
  • Geostorm
  • Geostorm (PG-13)

    For the first time since The Day After Tomorrow (2004), Hollywood finds the nerve to acknowledge climate change, though only in the most cowardly terms, hawking the pernicious fantasy of a global satellite system that can neutralize extreme weather events on earth. more...
  • Geostorm 3D
  • Geostorm 3D (PG-13)

    For the first time since The Day After Tomorrow (2004), Hollywood finds the nerve to acknowledge climate change, though only in the most cowardly terms, hawking the pernicious fantasy of a global satellite system that can neutralize extreme weather events on earth. more...
  • Goodbye Christopher Robin
  • Goodbye Christopher Robin (PG)

    Goodbye Christopher Robin, Simon Curtis's biopic of Winnie-the-Pooh author A.A. Milne and his only child, Christopher Robin, is stuffed with weighty topics: war and PTSD, the writing life, the crippling emotional reserve of the British. more...
  • Good Time
  • Good Time (R)

    Josh and Benny Safdie's ferocious, darkly comic crime drama (2017) takes place mostly over one long night, as a bank robber (Robert Pattinson in a galvanizing performance) does anything he can to raise bail for his intellectually disabled brother. more...
  • Girls Trip
  • Girls Trip (R)

    Bridesmaids proved that women could be just as smutty onscreen as men, but this fast-paced comedy is ruder, cruder, funnier, and more explicit. more...
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  • Gold
  • Gold (R)

    No one can accuse Stephen Gaghan of blowing off his homework: as a screenwriter (Traffic) and writer-director (Syriana), he's shown an eagerness to explore complex social or political situations even as he lays out a weave of individual stories. more...
  • The Great Wall
  • The Great Wall (PG-13)

    Chinese director Zhang Yimou marries the historical grandeur of his Oscar-winning Hero (2002) to the marauding-monster action of the Lord of the Rings cycle for this overblown action fantasy. more...
  • Gook
  • Gook

    Justin Chon wrote, directed, and stars in this bracing black-and-white comedy, which shows the first day of the 1992 LA riots through the perspective of a South Korean family running a women's shoe store in nearby Paramount. more...
  • Gifted
  • Gifted (PG-13)

    Gifted, a comic drama from the sure-footed director Marc Webb ((500) Days of Summer), treats learning as potentially dangerous. more...
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  • God's Own Country
  • God's Own Country

    Johnny Saxby is going nowhere in life: his days are full of hard labor, as he struggles to maintain his father's Yorkshire sheep farm following the old man's stroke, and his nights are full of hard drinking, as he broods over his lot and tamps down his attraction to other men. more...