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.

The documentary "Crip Camp" tells the story of a group  that insisted it was more than a collection of disabilities, Dan Webster says in his movie review.  

"Zombi Child" blends such themes as the pain of colonialism with one of the classic horror genres, Dan Webster says in his movie review.  

Unlike some of Hugh Jackman's other films, "Bad Education" demonstrates the actor's versatility, Dan Webster says in his movie review.

Gavin O'Connor's "The Way Back" fills a fan's need for sports melodrama, Dan Webster says in his movie review.

"The Wild Goose Lake" blends classic noir with the heartbeat of a modern China, Dan Webster says in his movie review.

In "The Times of Bill Cunningham," documentary director Mark Bozek portrays the man who portrayed New York fashion, Dan Webster says in his movie review.

The documentary "For the Birds" is, at its core, a story of humanity, Dan Webster says in his movie review.

In "Honey Boy," the actor Shia LaBeouf takes a raw look at his unusual upbringing, Dan Webster says in his movie review.

A new adaptation of Jane Austen's novel "Emma" is a pure delight, Dan Webster says in his movie review.

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

For your mystery fix, check out "The Valhalla Murders" on Netflix, Dan Webster says in his movie review.

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

"The Invisible Man" bases its horror in the kind of fear known especially to women, Dan Webster says in his movie review.

The "2020 Social Justice Film Festival" explores the notion that courage can make a difference, Dan Webster says in his movie review.

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

The Netflix movie "Miss Americana" explores the life and career of Taylor Swift, Dan Webster says in his movie review.

The documentary "Fiddler: A Miracle of Miracles" opens the 2020 Spokane Jewish Cultural Film Festival, Dan Webster says in his movie review.

Sam Mendes' "1917" is an intense, moment-by-moment immersion into the horror of war, Dan Webster says in his movie review.

Terrence Malick's "A Hidden Life" is a lengthy meditation on following one's own conscience, Dan Webster says in his movie review.

"Little Women" provides a contemporary feel to Louisa May Alcott's traditional tale, Dan Webster says in his movie review.

"Star Wars: Episode IX, The Rise of Skywalker" brings George Lucas's franchise to a so-so close, Dan Webster says in his movie review.

In a former time, a film such as "The Report" might have had greater impact, Dan Webster says in his movie review.

Fred Rogers helps a writer change his worldview in "A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood," Dan Webster says in his movie review.

"Ford v Ferrari" is a testosterone-laced look at fast cars and male bonding, Dan Webster says in his movie review.

"Jojo Rabbit" is a daring coming-of-age story of a boy whose best friend is Adolf Hitler, Dan Webster says in his movie review.

"Judy" is an emotion-laced look at the troubled life of singer Judy Garland, Dan Webster says in his review.

"Brittany Runs a Marathon" goes far beyond the expected feel-good cliches, Dan Webster says in his review.

The "Downton Abbey" movie adds another chapter to the popular Masterpiece Theatre series, Dan Webster says in his movie review.

Based on a real story, "Hustlers" is a women's tale of revenge, Dan Webster says in his movie review.

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

"Linda Ronstadt: The Sound of My Voice" takes us on a memorable musical journey, Dan Webster says in his review.

The documentary "David Crosby: Remember My Name" focuses on the controversial singer-songwriter, Dan Webster says in his review.

"Tel Aviv on Fire" is something unique: a Middle Eastern comedy, Dan Webster says in his movie review.

Joanna Hogg's film "The Souvenir" is a mind-numbing exercise in relf-rumination, Dan Webster says in his movie review.

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