Queens Logic

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Queens Logic
Directed by Steve Rash
Produced by Russell Smith
Written by Tony Spiridakis
Joseph W. Savino
Music by Joe Jackson
Cinematography Amir M. Mokri
Edited by Patrick Kennedy
Distributed by Seven Arts
(through New Line Cinema)
Release date
  • February 1, 1991 (1991-02-01)
Running time
113 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Budget $12 million
Box office $612,781

Queens Logic is a 1991 comedy film from Seven Arts Pictures starring Kevin Bacon, Linda Fiorentino, Joe Mantegna, Jamie Lee Curtis, John Malkovich, Ken Olin, Chloe Webb and Tom Waits. It was directed by Steve Rash.


When childhood friends Al, Dennis and Eliot get together for Ray's wedding, which may or may not happen, they end up on a roller-coaster ride through reality. During one tumultuous, crazy weekend, they face adulthood and each other with new found maturity and discover what Queens Logic is all about. This comedy takes a look at friendship, loyalty, and love.



The movie gained mixed reviews.[1][2][3]

Box office[edit]

The movie was not successful on limited release.[4]

Production and DVD release[edit]

The film was released on DVD three times. Once in 1999 under the Pioneer label, the second time in 2002 under the Platinum Disc label, and the third time that same year by Artisan Home Entertainment. The DVD contains very little, just the film and its theatrical trailer.[5]

Queens Logic was filmed in the summer of 1989, but didn't get released until February 1991. Although released theatrically in the US, Queens Logic was released direct-to-video in the UK.


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