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  • A Quiet Place
  • A Quiet Place (PG-13)

    A familiar premise is redeemed by a nifty gimmick in this suspenseful horror thriller, directed by John Krasinski from a story by indie filmmakers Scott Beck and Bryan Woods. more...
  • Quest
  • Quest

    Jonathan Olshefski spent nearly a decade shooting this intimate and moving portrait of the Rainey family, whose life in North Philadelphia revolves around the little recording studio owned by father Christopher "Quest" Rainey. more...
  • Queen: A Night in Bohemia (NR)

    In celebration of the 40th anniversary of the record-breaking Queen hit, "Bohemian Rhapsody," this restored concert event showcases the first ever live-recording of the hit and includes a never-before-seen documentary featuring archive footage and interviews with all four members of the band. more...
  • A Quiet Passion
  • A Quiet Passion (PG-13)

    British writer-director Terence Davies (Distant Voices, Still Lives, The Long Day Closes) is an old hand at the challenge of communicating characters' interiority, but he stumbles with this biopic about Emily Dickinson. more...
  • Queen of Katwe
  • Queen of Katwe (PG)

    The Walt Disney Company has given us a long line of uplifting biographical sports dramas; what distinguishes this film about Ugandan chess player Phiona Mutesi is its complicated and colorful central setting: the Ugandan slum of Katwe, where Mutesi grew up. more...
  • Queen of Earth
  • Queen of Earth (R)

    Queen of Earth is a psychological horror film about a woman on the edge of madness and the “frenemy” ready to push her over it. more...
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  • Queen of the Desert
  • Queen of the Desert (PG-13)

    Nicole Kidman goes all Lawrence of Arabia for this slow-moving biopic of Gertrude Bell, the British adventurer and archaeologist who became a key diplomatic figure in the Middle East during and after World War I. Bell was an extraordinary figure, tailor-made for a dazzling presence like Kidman, but Werner Herzog, directing his own script, unwisely structures Bell's story around her intimate relationships with men, all played by handsome actors who wilt in Kidman's high-watt glare: James Franco, toothy and gurgling as a besotted secretary at the British embassy in Tehran; Damian Lewis, steel-jawed and resolute as a married officer who sweeps Bell off her feet; and Robert Pattinson, suave and devil-may-care as T.E. Lawrence (really they're just good friends). more...
  • The Quiet Ones (PG-13)

    A university professor and his students conduct psychoanalytic experiments on a mentally ill woman and encounter a supernatural force. more...
  • Queers in the Kingdom

    Wheaton College, in the western suburb of the same name, is one of the most prominent evangelical schools in the country and the alma mater of Billy Graham; it's also the alma mater of numerous gay Christians who've banded together to proclaim themselves, renounce the shame and isolation they felt as students, and offer their support to young people at Wheaton now wrestling with the same feelings. more...
  • Queen and Country
  • Queen and Country

    John Boorman's acclaimed Hope and Glory (1987) drew on his experience as a young boy during the London blitz; this sequel (2014) picks up the story a decade later, when the Boorman character (Callum Turner) has been conscripted into the British Army during the Korean conflict. more...