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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.

Gosford Park

Director Robert Altman has created a movie that plays like a game of Clue, with a talented cast.

Gospel of John, The

I sat in awe while watching this movie because it took Scripture that I’ve been familiar with for most of my life and transformed the familiar into a profound and intimate look at Jesus. I came away appreciating Christ, his teachings and his radical personality on a whole new level.

Grace Card, The

With noteworthy cinematography and acting, The Grace Card is a thought-provoking examination of faith and redemption.

Grace Is Gone

Grace Is Gone is one of the first films about the Iraq war to explore the death of a female soldier. Another unique element is its focus on the family—a worthy subject that hundreds of thousands of families of deployed members are sure to appreciate.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • December 07, 2007 |
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Grace Unplugged

A heartwarming message and strong production values are bogged down by an unnecessary dichotomy between faith and using our talents.

  • Christa Banister |
  • October 04, 2013 |
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Gran Torino

Clint Eastwood’s performance as Walt Kowalski in Gran Torino is the film’s highlight—an update on the tough-guy persona he perfected as “Dirty Harry” Callahan. He clings to his older ways in a neighborhood that has changed significantly.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • December 25, 2008 |
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Grand Budapest Hotel, The

As cinematic tastes go, The Grand Budapest Hotel will come as nothing short of a delicious and savory multi-course feast.


Your response to this movie will depend on which element of filmmaking—originality, characters, or performances—means the most to you.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • October 04, 2013 |
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Great Debaters, The

Though The Great Debaters (produced by Oprah Winfrey) is filled with hope and inspiration, it is marred by historical inaccuracies and a marked imbalance in its racial portrayals.

Great Gatsby, The (2013)

Baz Luhrmann captures the opulent decor and backs it with a hip-hop soundtrack that should feel out of place but works surprisingly well.

Greatest Game, The

Just as audiences didn’t need to love boxing to love “A Cinderella Story,” or football to enjoy “Remember the Titans,” so they won’t need to love golf to thoroughly relish the drama, history and inspiration of “The Greatest Game Ever Played.”

Green Hornet, The

The Green Hornet is like the goofy twin to The Dark Knight. Both have billionaire protagonists who don masks, drive cool cars, and are in the pursuit of justice—except one is the brooding Christian Bale while the other is the guy from Knocked Up.

Green Lantern

Green Lantern does have a lightness of spirit throughout much of it that makes it more fun than it might have been otherwise.

Green Zone

Before Green Zone, Paul Greengrass and Matt Damon teamed for two of the Jason Bourne films to much better effect. Although the third Bourne film revolved around issues, its main concern was a character. Green Zone is about an issue—the Iraq War—rather than about its characters.


For a film that tries so hard to make a grand statement about the messiness of humanity and how "hurt people hurt people," there's something incredibly contrived and hollow about Greenberg, the latest from writer/director Noah Baumbach.

Gridiron Gang

For some, football is just a game. For others – like teenage inmates who have no reason to live, and nothing left but hope – football really is life. So get ready to flick away a few tears, gentlemen. This one will hit you like a defensive linebacker – right in the gut.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • January 25, 2007 |
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Grown Ups

The new Adam Sandler comedy Grown Ups is the movie equivalent of a skit that airs between 12:30 and 1 a.m. on Saturday Night Live. A lot of it falls flat, but if you're in a forgiving mood, you might find yourself chuckling despite your better judgment.

Grown Ups 2

What on earth did they do to earn their paychecks, sit around and drink beer all day until they came up with recurring plot points?

Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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