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    Sidney Lumet returns to his special stomping ground—the workings of the New York Police Department and justice system, and how they're affected by racial antagonisms and ethnic loyalties—in a richly detailed, caustic thriller, adapted by Lumet himself from a novel by Hispanic judge Edwin Torres. more...
  • Q Planes

    A frenetic 1939 spy spoof starring two of Britain's greatest actors, Ralph Richardson and Laurence Olivier. more...
  • Q

    A Ray Harryhausen-ish remake of The Giant Claw from exploitation maestro Larry Cohen (God Told Me To), about a winged serpent of Aztec legend that terrorizes New York and encamps at the top of the Chrysler Building. more...
  • Qaysar

    Mas'ud Kimiai's highly influential and reportedly neorealistic 1996 Iranian feature was supposedly seen by almost half the population of Tehran upon its release. more...
  • QB VII

    Leon Uris's novel about a Jewish doctor mistakenly implicated in Nazi war crimes was produced as a miniseries in 1974, with Anthony Hopkins in the lead role. more...
  • Quai des Orfevres (NR)

    The skillful writer-director Henri-Georges Clouzot is mainly known for his corrosive misanthropy. more...
  • Quality of Life

    A 2004 independent feature about two graffiti artists living in San Francisco's Mission District. more...
  • Quality of Life

    A middling program of aggressively self-indulgent videos that focus on the sleazy side of life. more...
  • Quantum of Solace (PG-13)

    A few years back, the easy sexism and narcissism of the James Bond series looked dated to the point of obsolescence, but Quantum of Solace proves that a revenge motive is just what's needed to rejuvenate all the Bond cliches. more...
  • Quantum of Solace

    A few years back, the easy sexism and narcissism of the James Bond series looked dated to the point of obsolescence, but Quantum of Solace proves that a revenge motive is just what's needed to rejuvenate all the Bond cliches. more...
  • Quarantine

    Jennifer Carpenter used to get typecast as a preppie, but after hurling herself about as the title character in The Exorcism of Emily Rose, she's graduated to a more remunerative gig as a horror scream queen. more...
  • The Quarry

    Somewhere in South Africa, fate tempts a man already wanted for an unspecified crime (John Lynch) to kill a minister on the way to a new post in an isolated town. more...