Bruce R. Miller, Quad-City Times

Bruce R. Miller

Quad-City Times

Sioux City, IA, United States

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  • Quad-City Times
  • News & Record
  • Sioux City Journal
  • Omaha World-Herald
  • The Buffalo News
Past:
  • Arizona Daily Star
  • GazetteTimes.com
  • Winston-SalemJournal
  • mtstandard
  • Globe Gazette
  • The Post-Star
  • JG-TC
  • Southern Illinoisan
  • Napa Valley Register
  • The Sentinel
  • and more…

Recent articles by Bruce:

DVD REVIEW: Too many characters spoil 'Jurassic World: Dominion'

Man figured out how to get rid of dinosaurs. → Read More

Is there crying in baseball? Kelly McCormack explains

Yup. The line is there. → Read More

REVIEW: Despite all the saccharine, 'Mrs. Harris' offers smiles

“Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris” looks like one of those easily dismissed films – predictable, saccharine and unrealistic. And, in many ways, it is. But at a time when all news seems like bad news, it’s great to see something go right for a change. Set in the 1950s, the souffle-like drama follows a London housekeeper who dreams of owning a Dior original. When she sees one in a client’s closet, she’s… → Read More

REVIEW: Bonnie Raitt, Mavis Staples offer a night to remember

Bonnie Raitt made waiting through the pandemic worthwhile. → Read More

Before stop at Orpheum in Sioux City, Bonnie Raitt says the secret to longevity is being willing to 'prove yourself every night'

“Nobody else would come, but I’d be there with my guitar,” she says. → Read More

REVIEW: 'Nope' offers great theories about those things that can't be explained

The next time your Wi-Fi goes down or your lights flicker, think of Jordan Peele. → Read More

REVIEW: 'Nope' offers great theories about those things that can't be explained

The next time your Wi-Fi goes down or your lights flicker, think of Jordan Peele. → Read More

Bonnie Raitt says the secret to longevity is being willing to 'prove yourself every night'

Now on her first tour since the coronavirus pandemic, Raitt is promoting her 21st studio album, “Just Like That,” and, yes, enjoying every minute. → Read More

REVIEW: B.J. Novak makes impressive debut with crackling good 'Vengeance'

If you didn’t know better, you’d think the Coen brothers had another relative lurking in B.J. Novak. → Read More

REVIEW: 'High School Musical' brings the Bleu back to performing

Disney’s successful high school formula usually takes a twist in season two. Summer jobs? Summer camp? Summer romance? → Read More

Jeremy Allen White learns the ins and outs of a restaurant in 'The Bear'

Before he started prepping to play a chef in the new series, “The Bear,” Jeremy Allen White says he was useless in the kitchen. → Read More

'Zombies 3' provides subtle clues to character backgrounds

How do you tell aliens from zombies and werewolves in “Zombies 3”? → Read More

'High School Musical' goes to camp (and brings Corbin Bleu along)

Because so much happened while shooting the second season of “High School Musical: The Musical: The Series,” creator Tim Federle didn’t want to overthink the third. → Read More

REVIEW: 'Gray Man' has iffy moments, even with Ryan Gosling and Chris Evans

There is so much action in “The Gray Man” you wonder if, maybe, a screenwriter or two got trampled early on. → Read More

REVIEW: 'Crawdads' may sing but it doesn't often make sense

There’s a lot that’s left unexplained in the highly atmospheric “Where the Crawdads Sing.” → Read More

'Arthur' marks 25 years as a PBS staple

Even though the last new episodes of “Arthur” aired in February, the lovable aardvark isn’t going away. → Read More

REVIEW: Trace Adkins, Eddie Montgomery bring the cool to a hot night in Battery Park

Trace Adkins has a new television series slated for the fall. He also has a buff body to go with it. → Read More

REVIEW: 'Thor: Love and Thunder' offers a universe of ideas that don't all work

As often as Iron Man dished up a snarky one-liner in Avengers films, he was never the comedian Thor has become. → Read More

'Zombies' films track Milo Manheim's, Meg Donnelly's careers, growth

The “Zombies” films are like time capsules for stars Milo Manheim and Meg Donnelly. → Read More

REVIEW: Aliens invade Zombie world, teach lessons in 'Zombie 3'

Those kids at Seabrook High have more than graduation to worry about. → Read More