Quantum Of Solace (007) (2008)
Lacking the re-invigoration of “Casino Royale”, the 22nd Bond film, “Quantum of Solace” stumbles back into well-threaded territory, with a villain that is often lacking, several Bond Girls that never quite reach their potential, and a plot that repeatedly causes for sighs and predictability. Daniel Craig, however, offers what hope this franchise has, while continuing his steely eyed, often flawed, portrayal of James Bond.
Queen Of Earth (2015)
Quiet Little Marriage, A (2008)
Quiet Ones, The (2014)
With a period piece setting and a breakthrough actress like Olivia Cooke, one would imagine that the horror aficionados Hammer Films could have knocked this film out of the park, following in the footsteps of their recent period horror film, “The Woman In Black”. Instead, with a PG-13 rating stifling the content from being shocking and racy, and with a creepy demeanor which is more unmarked white van creepy rather than chilling to the spine creepy, “The Quiet Ones” lands somewhere in the middle of the horror spectrum, not quite B-horror but no where near the recent successes of “Sinister” and “The Conjuring”.