Barb Bretz

Film & Book Reviewer

Friday Film Reviewer & Monthly Book Reviewer

Friday Film Review

Feb 24, 2017
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Moonlight, the Golden Glove Best Picture of the Year is also nominated for 8 Oscars at the upcoming Academy Awards. Here is Barb Bretz with this week's Friday Film Review.

Film Roundtable - February 4, 2017

Feb 4, 2017
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KPCW Film Reviewers take a look back on this year's Sundance Film Festival as well as peek ahead to this month's Oscar nominations.

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Starship Avalon is  making its way to a new colony far, far away. With over 5,000 crew and passengers - all asleep for the next century - what could possible go wrong? Here's Barbara Bret with this week's Friday Film Review.

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Noah Hawley's suspenseful novel BEFORE THE FALL keeps you on the edge of your seat. Fasten your seatbelt and prepare for a bumpy ride. Here's Barb Bretz with this month's book review.

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The popularity of this dystopian novel raged across the county this past year...as fast as the pandemic that changed the world the book describes for us. Here's Barb Bretz with this month's book review of STATION ELEVEN.

In MA MA, Penelope Cruz stars as a young woman experiencing a sequence of tragedies and miracles that change her life and the lives of all around her. Here's Barb Bretz with this week's Friday Film Review. 

Laura McBride's debut novel, We Are Called to Rise, is a powerful story weaving together the lives of four very different characters and their families to experience events that will change the lives of them all. Barb Bretz has this month's book review.

KPCW News Director Leslie Thatcher continues The Sundance Reel today, with guest co-host, and Friday Film Reviewer Barbara Bretz.

The Museum of Extraordinary Things by Alice Hoffman is a book filled with curious people, places and things - united together in another unique and unusual Alice Hoffman tale. Barbara Bretz has this month's KPCW Book Review.

Is it possible to get a laugh out of watching the events of the 2008 global financial crisis? If you see director Adam McKay's The Big Short -  it is. Here's Barbara Bretz with this week's Friday Film Review.

    

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