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  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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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  • The Glass Castle
  • The Glass Castle (PG-13)

    Destin Daniel Cretton and Brie Larson, the director and star of the affecting indie drama Short Term 12 (2013), reunite for this disappointing adaptation of Jeannette Walls's best-selling memoir. more...
  • Going in Style
  • Going in Style (PG-13)

    Martin Brest's 1979 comedy, about a trio of creaky retirees in Queens who decide to rob a bank, gets a plodding millennial update from Zach Braff, directing a script by Theodore Melfi (Hidden Figures). more...
  • Genius (PG-13)

    Good editors strive to make themselves invisible, which is what makes this affectionate biopic of Maxwell Perkins—who guided Hemingway, Fitzgerald, and Thomas Wolfe into print—such an odd surprise. more...