Bruce R. Miller, Quad-City Times

Bruce R. Miller

Quad-City Times

Sioux City, IA, United States

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Recent articles by Bruce:

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

REVIEW: 'Will Trent' hints at time when Steven Bochco ruled police dramas

You can see glimpses of Steven Bochco’s best work in parts of the new drama, “Will Trent.” → Read More

REVIEW: Margot Robbie, Brad Pitt can't control the chaos of 'Babylon'

Damien Chazelle did a fine job peering in at Hollywood in “La La Land.” → Read More

The best television shows of 2022: 'This is Going to Hurt,' 'Andor' and 'The Bear' are among them

How can you tell a television program is good? You binge it right away. → Read More

The best films of 2022: 'The Fabelmans,' of course and then?

Childhood and Hollywood. → Read More

REVIEW: Beautiful though it may be, 'Avatar 2' is too long and repetitious

Make no mistake: “Avatar: The Way of Water” looks like a billion bucks. → Read More

DVD REVIEW: 'House of the Dragon' builds a 'Throne'

Did “House of the Dragon” measure up? → Read More

Jennifer Ehle makes small moments resonate in '1923' and 'She Said'

Don’t let the gruff exterior fool you. → Read More

REVIEW: 'Glass Onion' peels away layers of intrigue and fun

Movie critic Bruce Miller says “Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery” is a cracklingly good mystery with layers of fun and an approach to parties that will make you smile in recognition. In short, it’s a must-see over the holidays. BRUCE R. MILLER When you see a room full of glass sculpture, you know something is going to break before the visit is up. And, sure enough, that happens in “Glass Onion… → Read More

REVIEW: 'Spoiler Alert' earns all of its tears

The key to “Spoiler Alert” isn’t the ending, but the details. → Read More

'Must Love Christmas' mixes up the holiday tropes

Bells. Sweaters. Mistletoe. Cookies. Those are the usual ingredients for a Christmas movie. → Read More

'When Christmas Was Young' adds extra ingredient to holiday film formula

What does it take to make a good Christmas movie? → Read More