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Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, The

As modern moviemaking, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo is pretty remarkable. As an experience, at times, it’s downright sick.

Giver, The

A parent-friendly thriller that allows a young audience to think about complex ideas and core human values for the first time.

Glory Road

"Glory Road" is formulaic but effective, touched with a fondness for faith and religion. The energy of the first hour dissipates by the time of the big tournament, but this story of young men blessed with a great opportunity -- and their forced camaraderie through shared circumstances -- makes for an entertaining film.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • January 13, 2006 |
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Gnomeo & Juliet

An update of the Romeo and Juliet story for the young set, Gnomeo & Juliet has several laughs and a mostly gentle spirit. If that’s what it takes to expose kids to Shakespeare, I’m all for it. The film certainly could have been much worse than it is.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • February 11, 2011 |
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God Grew Tired of Us

Writer/director Christopher Quinn chose to focus on just three “lost boys” in his award-winning documentary, God Grew Tired of Us. After arriving in America, John Bul Dau, Panther Bior and Daniel Abul Pach soon discover how lonely life can be in this country, and how very hard people work, just to stay alive

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • January 12, 2007 |
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Gods and Generals

This sweeping Civil War epic, beginning in 1861 and continuing through 1863, is a prequel to the film Gettysburg (likewise directed by Ron Maxwell) and climaxes with the Battle of Chancellorsville.

God's Not Dead

Though this cameo-filled affair tries to make a profound statement about bold faith, it falls prey to several predictable blunders.

God's Pocket

Dark, and sometimes darkly amusing, but never quite comes together in a way that makes it an easy sell for potential viewers.

Godzilla (2014)

Thematically and visually dark and characterized by joylessness, this reboot manages to take the popcorn out of summer blockbusters.

Going the Distance

In an effort to defy conventional romantic comedy, the screenwriter of Going the Distance took an intriguing premise—how does a long-distance couple actually make it work?—and immediately shot it in the foot with a bazooka.

  • Christa Banister |
  • September 03, 2010 |
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Golden Compass, The

Is The Golden Compass a threat? Will it lead children away from a personal knowledge of God? Or, will it become a key opportunity to talk to children about the real adventure of knowing a living God who wants to know them in a personal way?

Gone Baby Gone

Based on Dennis Lehane’s novel of the same name, Gone Baby Gone beckons us to play God right along with the protagonist and ask ourselves what hard decision we would make about the life and well-being of a little kidnapped girl.

  • Eric & Lisa Rice |
  • October 19, 2007 |
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Good Boy!

This is a kid-friendly movie that will delight the younger ones and appeal to those who don’t think they are “too cool” to see a movie about man’s best friend. I wish I would have seen this with my nieces and nephew, because I know they would have laughed at parts I didn’t even realize were funny.

Good Day to Die Hard, A

The bulk of the film is nothing but elaborate nonsensical action sequences that don’t have any of the yippee-ki-yay of previous efforts.

  • Christa Banister |
  • February 14, 2013 |
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Good German, The

Based on the best-selling novel by author Joseph Kanon, The Good German is the frame-by-frame recreation of a 1940s film noir. It’s dark, it’s brooding and it’s a mystery, although the plot ambles way too much.

Good Luck Chuck

The Greek meaning of entertain is “to inform with delight.” Lord willing, a new generation of filmmakers will begin turning the pendulum and elevating the hearts and minds of their patrons, rather than bringing them further into the gutter with films like Good Luck Chuck.

Good Shepherd, The

"The Good Shepherd" revolves around the creation of the C.I.A. It’s the WASP version of a Mafia film, where characters kill one another without a thought, and like “The Godfather,” it’s brutal.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • April 06, 2007 |
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Good Year, A

With a very humanistic tone, "A Good Year" seems to imply that trading the fast life for a more leisurely pace is the big answer. And yet we know that that kind of existence - if it’s only about women and wine as it is in this film's scenario - is also empty in the end.

Goodbye Solo

Ramin Bahrani’s Goodbye Solo is a simple tale, quietly told, and one of the best films you’ll ever see. While God is never mentioned during its 90-minute run time, it works as an eloquent parable of God’s love for fallen people.

Goodbye, Mr. Chips (1939)

Goodbye, Mr. Chips is one of the most charming motion pictures ever made and is a must see for serious film fans. Nominated for seven Academy Awards, this heartwarming story stars Robert Donat and Greer Garson in her film debut.

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