Bruce R. Miller, Quad-City Times

Bruce R. Miller

Quad-City Times

Sioux City, IA, United States

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Past articles by Bruce:

Guy Pearce, Damian Lewis ponder betrayal with 'Spy Among Friends'

LOS ANGELES – How do you play a man who betrays his country? → Read More

DVD REVIEW: Tom Hanks finds a new niche with 'A Man Called Otto'

Grandma will love “A Man Called Otto.” There, Tom Hanks plays the neighbor who complains about people who don’t obey rules, who meddle in others’ business and who exchange pleasantries when they don’t really mean them. He’s Clint Eastwood’s character in “Gran Torino” -- a senior who doesn’t like what’s going on in the world around him. Since his wife died, Otto has realized there’s no place for… → Read More

Bringing out the 'Champions': Bobby Farrelly searches for right mix for sports comedy

Woody Harrelson can run. And jump. And coach basketball. → Read More

REVIEW: Jonathan Majors shines in 'Creed III,' thanks to director Michael B. Jordan

Just like his mentor, Apollo Creed isn’t quite ready to hang up the boxing gloves. → Read More

REVIEW: It doesn't take a cartel to see how goofy 'Cocaine Bear' is

There’s more than a passing resemblance between “Cocaine Bear” and “Wet Hot American Summer.” → Read More

Billy Crudup leads a futuristic sales team in 'Hello Tomorrow!'

LOS ANGELES -- Billy Crudup’s father was a salesman, but he wasn’t very good at it, his son says. → Read More

'Magnum P.I.' returns with a little more heat

LOS ANGELES -- If you think “Magnum P.I.” got a little sexier after it moved to NBC, you’re right. → Read More

REVIEW: 'Hello Tomorrow!' promises plenty but doesn't always deliver

Want to escape your troubles? Buy a piece of the moon. → Read More

REVIEW: M. Night's Shyamalan's 'Knock at the Cabin' will keep you guessing for days

If someone comes knocking at your door, don’t be so quick to answer. → Read More

DVD REVIEW: 'Wakanda Forever' proves Black Panther franchise can thrive

Marvel fans were worried how the Black Panther franchise could continue without the Black Panther. → Read More

Wombats help pre-schoolers think through problems in new PBS series

When you want children to learn problem-solving, you immediately think “wombats,” right? → Read More

The Year of Yeoh: Michelle Yeoh caps awards season with Oscar nod

LOS ANGELES -- “Everything Everywhere All at Once” could best summarize Michelle Yeoh these days. → Read More

REVIEW: Tom Hanks plays grumpy old man in 'Man Called Otto'

Tom Hanks has officially entered his Clint Eastwood/grumpy old man phase. → Read More

Bryan Cranston's 'Your Honor' digs into grief in second season

In the second season of “Your Honor,” Bryan Cranston wanted to explore how grief affects someone. → Read More

DVD REVIEW: 'The Menu' is on the cutting edge of thrillers

“Knives Out” launched a franchise for Rian Johnson. Now, “The Menu” could prompt a series of food thrillers. → Read More

When actors direct: Marlee Matlin, Billy Porter, Michael Chiklis weigh in

When Oscar winner Marlee Matlin accepted her first directing job – on the new anthology series “Accused” – she didn’t realize how busy she’d be. → Read More

'Avatar' won't win Best Picture, but races are tightening for Oscar

We haven’t even gotten the nominations and already it’s clear: “Avatar” won’t win Oscar’s Best Picture prize. → Read More

REVIEW: What a doll: 'M3gan' scares up plenty of fun

If you always thought those American Girl dolls were up to something, you’ll love “M3gan.” → Read More

DVD REVIEW: Harvey Weinstein's way get a full outing in 'She Said'

More has happened in the life of movie mogul Harvey Weinstein since “She Said” was released in the fall. → Read More

REVIEW: Whitney Houston biopic dances around too much

I wanna better movie. → Read More