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  • The Great Escape (NR)

    Way too flabby at 168 minutes, but once this 1963 feature gets going it's good, solid stuff, directed with an unusual lack of rhetoric by John Sturges (Bad Day at Black Rock). more...
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  • The Green Wave (NR)

    This 2010 documentary about the protests that followed Iran's 2009 presidential election is a good primer on the country's current political climate; too bad its extensive use of animation amounts to little more than topical kitsch. more...
  • The Guest at Central Park West (NR)

    A professor and his wife throw a swanky dinner party to celebrate his Nobel Prize, but the evening is disrupted by a disreputable character from the professor's past. 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...
  • Guys and Dolls (NR)

    Conceivably the best picture Sam Goldwyn ever produced, this 1955 blockbuster musical has an undeservedly bad rep, largely because the two leads—Marlon Brando as professional gambler Sky Masterson and Jean Simmons as Salvation Army recruiter Sarah Brown—aren't professional singers. more...
  • Guzaarish (NR)

    A paralyzed magician petitions the court for the right to end his own life in this drama by Sanjay Leela Bhansali. more...