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.

"Sword of Trust" is a gentle, unassuming comedy powered by a talented cast, Dan Webster says in his review.

"The Farewell" is Chinese-American writer-director Lulu Wang's love letter to her family, Dan Webster says in his movie review.

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

"The Farewell" is Chinese-American writer-director Lulu Wang's love letter to her family, Dan Webster says in his movie review.

HBO is reliving the worst nuclear-plant accident in history, Dan Webster says in his review of "Chernobyl."

"Diamantino" is a weird, wacky, catch-all rumination on virtually every conceivable topical issue, Dan Webster says in his movie review.

The Netflix Original comedy "Murder Mystery" displays a slightly more adult Adam Sandler, Dan Webster says in his movie review.

"The Last Black Man in San Francisco" is a soulful meditation on life in the City by the Bay, Dan Webster says in his movie review.

At its heart, the movie "Midsommar" is just another exercise in teen horror, but it has a few of its own quirks, Dan Webster says in his movie review.

David Milch's neo-Western returns in HBO's "Deadwood: The Movie," Dan Webster says in his movie review.

Mindy Kaling's "Late Night" screenplay goes beyond the romantic comedy, Dan Webster says in his movie review.

"Always Be My Maybe" continues the fresh take on the traditional romantic comedy, Dan Webster says in his review.

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

The annual Seattle International Film Festival offers a rich range of cinematic experiences, Dan Webster says in his review.

The Netflix movie "Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile" tells the story of Ted Bundy--again, Dan Webster says in his review.

"Wild Nights With Emily" offers a revised view of the poet Emily Dickinson, Dan Webster says in his movie review.

The question mark in the title of the documentary "Hail Satan?" says everything, Dan Webster says in his movie review.

The Korean import "Burning" is a masterful study of understatement, Dan Webster says in his movie review.

Kent Jones's "Diane" is a study of a woman in search of her humanity, Dan Webster says in his movie review.

Karyn Kusama's "Destroyer" shows once again that Nicole Kidman is more than just a pretty face, Dan Webster says in his movie review.

"Ash Is Purest White" is a film set in today's changing China, Dan Webster says in his review.

Alex Gibney's HBO documentary "The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley" explores the art of self-delusion, Dan Webster says in his film review.

"Gloria Bell" features a fine performance by Julianne Moore, Dan Webster says in his film review.

"Climax" is a perfect example of extreme cinema passing as art, Da 
Webster says in his movie review.

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

In "Everybody Knows," Iranian writer-director Asghar Farhadi explores Familiar themes of family strife, Dan Webster says in his film review.

"Hale County This Morning, This Evening" is an intimately meditative study of an American community, Dan Webster says in his film review.

"High Flying Bird" shows that Steven Soderbergh tries his best to change with the times, Dan Webster says in his film review.

The Netflix original film "IO" follows characters trying to survive a dying Earth, Dan Webster says in his film review. 

"Cold War" tells a tale of love and war in post-World War II Poland, Dan Webster says in his film review.

"Shoplifters" offers a new definition of family, Dan Webster say in his film review.

"They Shall Not Grow Old" is a vibrant look at World War I, Dan Webster Says in his film review.

Barry Jenkins' "If Beale Street Could Talk" revives the reputation of the great James Baldwin, Dan Webster says in his film review.

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