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  • Gauguin: Voyage to Tahiti
  • Gauguin: Voyage to Tahiti

    French filmmaker Edouard Deluc captures a controversial period in the life of French painter Paul Gauguin with this sedate biopic, based on a travelogue of Gauguin's that many critics believe to be partly fictitious. more...
  • Get Low (PG-13)

    Robert Duvall is a scruffy backwoods codger, object of fear and gossip in a neighboring town, who strikes a deal with smarmy undertaker Bill Murray to give himself a living funeral so he can eavesdrop on all the stories. more...
  • Gigantic (R)

    Matt Aselton's 2008 debut feature is the sort of quirk-heavy indie that proliferated in the mid-90s, when movie stars were just beginning to colonize the genre in search of good parts. more...
  • Gilda (NR)

    Much better than camp but a little too lurid for art, Charles Vidor's 1946 film is one of the high points of postwar romanticism, snide and sentimental at the same time. more...
  • Gloria
  • Gloria (R)

    A giant white peacock fills the frame late in this superb Chilean comedy, startling the title character and aptly symbolizing the way director Sebastian Lelio has fanned her open as a personality. more...
  • Gnomeo & Juliet (G)

    Terra-cotta gnomes, the sort that decorate people's lawns, are the characters of this bizarre feature animation, which lampoons the British obsession with gardening and upholds a long tradition of cartoons pitched to tots and stoners. more...
  • Gnomeo & Juliet 3D (G)

    Terra-cotta gnomes, the sort that decorate people's lawns, are the characters of this bizarre feature animation, which lampoons the British obsession with gardening and upholds a long tradition of cartoons pitched to tots and stoners. more...
  • The Go-Between (PG)

    Nicely frosted by Joseph Losey's cool precision, this 1971 film, based on a novel by L.P. Hartley, is the primal tale of a young boy who becomes the messenger between a proper English lady (Julie Christie) and the farmer with whom she is having an affair (Alan Bates). more...
  • 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...