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Dan Webster and Nathan Weinbender give short movie reviews.

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

Harmony Korine has always been something of an art film prankster, having divided both critics and audiences with films like "Gummo" and "Spring Breakers." His latest, "The Beach Bum," is just another Korine freakshow, and Nathan Weinbender says it's a party you'll want to skip.

Nathan Weinbender is the Film and Music Editor for the Inlander and a film critic on Spokane Public Radio's "Movies 101," heard Friday evenings at 6:30 here on KPBX.

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.

"Captain Marvel was the subject of scrutiny and criticism before anyone had even seen it, mostly from Internet trolls who seemed to take issue with a woman in the lead role, a first for a Marvel film. It made a boatload of money anyway, but is it any good? Nathan Weinbender takes a look at the first bona fide blockbuster of 2019.

Nathan Weinbender is the Film and Music Editor for the Inlander and a co-host of Spokane Public Radio's "Movies 101," heard Friday evenings at 6:30 here on KPBX.

"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. 

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