Bruce Miller, Sioux City Journal

Bruce Miller

Sioux City Journal

Sioux City, IA, United States

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Recent articles by Bruce:

PARTING SHOT: The liquid library is open for business

I didn’t want an indoor swimming pool for Christmas, but I almost got one. → Read More

DVD REVIEW: Kristen Stewart shouldn't be ignored for her work in 'Spencer'

At the start of awards season, Kristen Stewart was a lock for Best Actress. Now, the tide is shifting. → Read More

REVIEW: 'Scream' rehashes more than you care about horror films

There must not be a coronavirus problem in Woodsboro. When action switches to the hospital in “Scream,” no one is filling the beds, crowding the floors or even keeping the → Read More

Steve Harvey can judge with the best of them

Money is the root of all lawsuits, Steve Harvey says. → Read More

REVIEW: 'Cheer' tumbles back with new drama, lots of conflict

It isn’t “business as usual” in the second season of “Cheer.” → Read More

Hilary Duff finds a new way to romance in 'How I Met Your Father'

A follow-up to “How I Met Your Mother” might have happened a lot sooner. “This Is Us” just got in the way. → Read More

DVD REVIEW: 'Last Night in Soho' travels an interesting path before it hits a dead end

“One Night in Soho” is stylish and smart…to a point. Then it drifts into horror and it never quite recovers. → Read More

'Grand Crew' borrows from cast's life experiences

Writer/producer Phil Augusta Jackson didn’t have to go far for inspiration for his latest series, “Grand Crew.” He found it in a wine bar. → Read More

'Good Sam' gives Sophia Bush and co-stars a crash course in medicine

The actors in the new medical drama, “Good Sam,” have gotten so into their work they’re swapping surgical videos they find on the internet. → Read More

DVD REVIEW: 'Dune' looks great but it's half of a film

It’ll be interesting to see where “Dune” lands in this year’s Oscar race. Likely, it will get a Best Picture nod. → Read More

Gordon Ramsay's 'Next Level Chef' show just how creative chefs can be

“All good food comes out of the basement,” Chef Gordon Ramsay says. → Read More

Will last year's Oscar winners be in this year's hunt?

How well are last year’s Oscar winners doing? Could they be in the hunt again this year? → Read More

What happens after an Oscar nomination? '1883's' Sam Elliott weighs in

Studios don’t necessarily back up trucks of money to Oscar nominees’ homes. → Read More

REVIEW: Low-key 'Tender Bar' gives Ben Affleck a chance to chew a little scenery

If “Hillbilly Elegy” hadn’t gone off into so many directions, it might have looked like “The Tender Bar.” → Read More

DVD REVIEW: 'Halloween' returns just in time for winter scares

This time, the angry mob takes on Michael Myers. → Read More

There will be no print edition of The Journal Saturday

Happy New Year! → Read More

REVIEW: 'King's Man' isn't the glue it wants to be

Once Rasputin is out of the picture, “The King’s Man” takes a decided turn for the worse. → Read More

REVIEW: 'Dear Evan Hansen' takes a new look at social media's impact

OMAHA -- “Dear Evan Hansen” works 10 times better on stage than it ever did on film. → Read More

DVD REVIEW: 'The French Dispatch' bears investigating

Maybe it’s a journalist thing, but Wes Anderson’s “The French Dispatch” is one of the most re-watchable films of the year. → Read More

Kenan Thompson doesn't mind the bi-coastal grind

Kenan Thompson isn’t about to complain about jobs on both coasts. → Read More