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  • Gideon's Day

    Filmed in color though released in black-and-white, this 1958 John Ford drama is an interesting attempt to trabspose the Foridna community to a contemporary urban setting, with Jack Hawkins's Inspector Gideon standing in for the cavalry captains of Ford's westerns. more...
  • A Girl at My Door
  • A Girl at My Door

    A young but resolute policewoman (Doona Bae of Cloud Atlas), reassigned from Seoul to a remote fishing village, becomes the reluctant protector of a motherless schoolgirl picked on by the community, cursed by her drunken grandmother, and periodically beaten by her loutish father. more...
  • The Girl on the Train
  • The Girl on the Train (R)

    Two years (almost to the day) after 20th Century Fox hit the jackpot with David Fincher's Gone Girl (2014), Universal Pictures releases a clone, also adapted from a best-selling mystery novel and trading in the dark secrets of beautiful, upper-class white people. more...
  • Gone Girl
  • Gone Girl (R)

    Gillian Flynn's twist-laden mystery novel gets a somber, respectful screen treatment from David Fincher (The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, The Social Network), which has the unfortunate effect of diminishing the book's diabolical fun and heightening its dull misanthropy. more...
  • Gosford Park
  • Gosford Park

    This upstairs-downstairs comedy drama (2001), set in 1932 in an English country house, is probably Robert Altman's most accomplished film since the 70s. more...
  • The Green Fog
  • The Green Fog

    For 30 years now Canadian filmmaker Guy Maddin has been escaping into the early cinema, shooting and editing his eerie, eccentric comedies in the style of silent films and primitive talkies from around the world. more...