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John Q.

Rated PG-13 for violence, language and intense thematic elements.

PG-13 118min.
 
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A national health care crisis in the United States yields this tense drama from screenwriter James Kearns and director Nick Cassavetes, who experienced a real-life dilemma with his daughter's congenital heart disease that mirrors the one in this film. Read More
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John Q. Archibald
Frank Grimes
Dr. Raymond Turner
Denise Archibald
Mike Archibald
Rebecca Payne
Gus Monroe
Tuck Lampley
July 10, 2008
obigguy456702146
I watched john q on tv and I enjoyed it.
July 05, 2008
scorp7592
It's a worrying movie. I saw it at a young age and henceforth, The Q. in John Q may have meant "Cue the panic attack for 8 year olds"

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