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  • The Goldfinch
  • The Goldfinch (R)

    Adapting an almost 800-page, Pulitzer Prize-winning novel for the screen would be difficult for any filmmaker, so kudos to director John Crowley for trying. more...
  • Greta (R)

    After a six-year hiatus from feature filmmaking, Neil Jordan returns with a visually splendid, though thematically thin, New York-set thriller. more...
  • Good Boys
  • Good Boys (R)

    At least two target audiences exist for this riotously vulgar coming-of-age comedy: tweens who enjoy grossing each other out and adults who'll recognize their sweeter, younger selves in the loopy trio of naive middle school buddies who chase after a romantic first kiss at any cost. more...
  • Green Book
  • Green Book (PG-13)

    In 1962, a working-class Italian-American bouncer from the Bronx (Viggo Mortensen) becomes chauffeur to a world-renowned pianist (Mahershala Ali), who happens to be black and gay. more...
  • Game Night
  • Game Night (R)

    I've always found Jason Bateman's comedies to be a pretty good bet; he’s never doubled me over, but the movies he's produced (Identity Thief, Bad Words, The Family Fang) are abundantly clever, with dialogue that manages to be hilariously mean but essentially harmless. more...
  • The Greatest Showman
  • The Greatest Showman (PG)

    The 19th-century circus mogul P.T. Barnum crassly exploited the disfigured and disabled people in his sideshows, but the man played by Hugh Jackman in this sanitized musical biopic is an idealist who wants only to bring joy to the world. more...
  • 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...
  • Goodbye Christopher Robin
  • Goodbye Christopher Robin (PG)

    Goodbye Christopher Robin, Simon Curtis's biopic of Winnie-the-Pooh author A.A. Milne and his only child, Christopher Robin, is stuffed with weighty topics: war and PTSD, the writing life, the crippling emotional reserve of the British. more...