Dan Webster

Movies 101 Co-Host

Dan Webster is a Blogger for Spokane7.com, who got seriously into movies back in his UC San Diego days. He is married to Movies 101 co-host Mary Pat Treuthart.

"Limbo" makes the immigrant experience into a bizarre, near-surrealistic experience, Dan Webster says in his review.  

The Showtime series "Couples Therapy" gives a serious meaning to the term "reality TV," Dan Webster says in his review.  

"Nobody" is either the best, or the worst, representation of America at the moment, Dan Webster says in his review.  

The three-part Public Television documentary "Hemingway" takes a Ken Burns-type look at the legendary American writer, Dan Webster says in his review.  

"The White Tiger" is an Oscar-nominated look at the revenge of the servant class, Dan Webster says in his movie review.  

Netflix's "Murder Among the Mormons" gives another look into the mind of a killer, Dan Webster says in his movie review.  

With "The Gentlemen," director Guy Ritchie returns to a film genre he knows best, Dan Webster says in his movie review.  

"The Father" is a frightening look at the kinds of horror that late-life ills can bring, Dan Webster says in his movie review.

"Wandavision" is a mashup of Marvel superheroes and classic television family sitcoms, Dan Webster says in his movie review.  

In his documentary "The BeeGees: How Can You Mend a Broken Heart," director Frank Marshall shows us the trio was more than mere disco, Dan Webster says in his movie review.  

"Judas and the Black Messiah" is a realistic character study of two real-life historical figures, Dan Webster says in his movie review.  

As "The Little Things" demonstrates, talent and skill don't always lead to a good screen performance, Dan Webster says in his miniseries review.

"The Kid Detective" tells the story of a man who has trouble living up to the potential he showed as a kid, Dan Webster says in his miniseries review.  

"One Night in Miami" is a powerful look at a meeting between four famous men, Dan Webster says in his miniseries review.

In "Pieces of a Woman" Vanessa Kirby plays a woman who responds to a horrible experience by shutting down, Dan Webster say in his movie review.  

A fantastical reinvention of history, bodice-ripper "Bridgerton" is no Downton Abbey, Dan Webster says in his miniseries review.  

Pixar's latest movie, "Soul," is another of the company's touching explorations into the meaning of life, Dan Webster says in his review.

Though it simulates fiction, "Collective" captures a real-life tragedy and the corrupt political aftermath, Dan Webster says in his movie review.

"Movies 101" host Dan Webster writes about movies and more for Spokane7.com.

Though cliched and cloying, the stage-musical-turned-movie adaptation "The Prom" offers at least a bit of entertainment in this time of pandemic, Dan Webster says in his movie review.  

With his documentary "My Psychedelic Love Story," Errol Morris continues his quest to explain human behavior, Dan Webster says in his movie review.  

"The Life Ahead" offers yet another chance to see the great Italian actress Sophia Loren, Dan Wbester says in his movie review.  

"The Nest" is a study of family dysfunction masked as an exercise in domestic horror, Dan Webster says in his movie review.

Garrett Bradley's Apple TV+ documentary feature "Time" blends a poignant story with artful filmmaking, Dan Webster says in his movie review.

"On the Rocks" is Sofia Coppola's commentary on father-daughter relationships, Dan Webster says in his movie review.  

If you like science fiction, "The Expanse" is a series that should entertain you, Dan Webster says in his review.  

Is Netflix's "Rebecca" the kind of remake that anyone requested, Dan Webster asks in his movie review.

"Movies 101" host Dan Webster writes about movies and more for Spokane7.com.

In his film "The Trial of the Chicago 7," writer-director Aaron Sorkin revisits the turbulent 1960s, Dan Webster says in his review.  

The Netflix documentary "My Octopus Teacher" is a poignant testament to that which we can learn from nature, Dan Webster says in his review.  

The Netflix movie "Enola Holmes" shows just who the smartest detective named Holmes might be, Dan Webster says in his review.  

The Apple TV movie "Greyhound" is a thrilling throwback to war films of the past, Dan Webster says in his film review.  

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