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Green Lantern

While Marvel have been cluttering up the big screen with more superheroes than you can shake a gnarled fist at, DC has been a bit more sedate with adaptations of its properties.
 
 
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Gulliver’s Travels

A very modern interpretation of Jonathan Swift’s classic novel, aided by the special effects of 3D, this is not a film for the purists. Here, we have Lemuel Gulliver (Black), a deadbeat newspaper mailroom clerk at a high ...
 

 
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Girl Who Kicked the Hornets' Nest, The

Every Guardian reader’s favourite kickboxing, lesbian Goth avenger is back in the third and least of Steig Larsson’s Millennium trilogy, The Girl Who Kicked The Hornets’ Nest. And she’s just as mopey as ...
 
 
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Going The Distance

Anyone who’s ever been part of the long distance relationship thing will know what it’s like; waiting weeks to see your loved one only for those few moments to be over in what feels like seconds. With real life coup...
 

 
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Gran Torino

Clint Eastwood returns to his icon making tough guy routine and manages to show us that no one does Americana like him. Gran Torino was to be, in his words, Clint Eastwood’s last foray in front of the camera. Fitting that...
 
 
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Gold Rush, The

Like all great films, Charlie Chaplin’s The Gold Rush has classic comedy moments that are endlessly referenced in various films, such as Johnny Depp homage in Benny and Joon (1993), proving the enduring significance of th...
 

 
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Girl Who Played With Fire, The

Hot on the heels of flat-packed thriller The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo, every Guardian reader’s favourite kickboxing, lesbian Goth avenger/sociopath is back in the second of Swedish author Steig Larsson’s Millenni...