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  • The Quiet American

    Joseph L. Mankiewicz's 1958 adaptation of the Graham Greene novel certainly makes hash of its anti-American, procommunist elements, but this story about a disillusioned British journalist (Michael Redgrave) and an idealistic American (Audie Murphy) battling over the heart, mind, and body of a Saigon woman was sufficiently provocative for Jean-Luc Godard to declare it the best film of the year. more...
  • 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...