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  • Gomorrah (NR)

    This Italian crime saga opens with a Godfather-style set piece in which three hoods are assassinated in the gleaming blue light of a tanning salon, which culminates in serial close-ups of their purple-spattered corpses. more...
  • Gone With the Pope (NR)

    Duke Mitchell directed this 1987 feature about a career criminal who gets out of prison and plots to kidnap the Pope. 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...
  • Green for Danger

    Sidney Gilliat directed this British drama (1946) about a Scotland Yard inspector investigating a suspicious surgical death. more...
  • The Guilty Generation (NR)

    Rowland V. Lee directed this 1931 drama in which a couple's love is endangered by their gangster fathers' constant warring with each other. more...
  • Gun Crazy
  • Gun Crazy

    One of the most distinguished works of art to emerge from the B movie swamp, Joseph H. Lewis's 1949 film is a proto-Bonnie and Clyde tale of an outlaw couple on the run. more...
  • Gunblast

    A woman falls for the hit man she hired to kill her ex-boyfriend in this 1986 actioner from Nick Millard. more...
  • Haider

    In this loose remake of Hamlet, a young man returns to his home town to look into his father's mysterious death. more...
  • Hard Candy (R)

    Torture and mutilation as entertainment seem to be on the rise, in life as well as in movies; what served as mere titillation in Reservoir Dogs (1992) and Audition (2001) now gets stretched out to feature length. more...
  • Hard Eight (R)

    A pared-down crime thriller set mainly in Reno, this first feature by writer-director Paul Thomas Anderson is impressive for its lean and unblemished storytelling, but even more so for its performances. more...
  • The Harder They Come (R)

    With this 1972 cult hit, Jamaican filmmaker Perry Henzell produced a proud, forthright indictment of national and personal corruption, as evoked through a young reggae singer's odyssey from country to city, from innocent to outlaw. more...
  • Harper

    A disappointing retread of the Philip Marlowe genre (1966), with Paul Newman a bit too sassy and self-consciously virile for Chandler's knight and the plot conventions a bit too carelessly used by director Jack Smight. more...