Libby Wadman

Reviewer

One of the Friday Film Review, reviewers.

The new film, “Where’d You Go, Bernadette” doesn’t get a thumbs down but it’s not the best outing for an indie director who was discovered at Sundance.

Well known independent film director and screenwriter, Richard Linklater, has returned to the big screen with the comedy drama, “Where’d You Go, Bernadette”, based on the 2012 book of the same name by Maria Semple.

The new live action “Aladdin” has just enough magic to make it fun.

Guy Ritchie, usually known for his British gangster movies, has branched out with a movie unlike any of his others. With “Aladdin”, a live action remake of the animated Disney film of 1992, Ritchie has directed not only his first musical, but his first Disney film. He also co-wrote the screenplay with John August.

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Join KPCW's Rick Brough and his panelists Jill Orschel, Libby Wadman and Mark Harrington in a lively discussion of what to expect and watch out for at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival, fall and winter favorites, Christmas movie memories, uber-relevant themes showing up in current movies, and, of course, Lady Bird.

This week's Friday Film review looks at the new film, "Murder on the Orient Express." Libby Wadman's verdict: while the train derails, the film stays nicely on track.

Patrick Hughes, who directed The Expendables 3, is back with another action film, The Hitman's Bodyguard. But in this week's Friday Film Review, Libby Wadman says it just misses the mark.

The new remake of the 1971 Clint Eastwood Civil War drama "The Beguiled" is the subject of this week's Friday Film Review. Libby Wadman says, "He didn't make her day."

Libby Wadman went to see the new romantic melodrama, "My Cousin Rachel," and she can't decide if it's more like watching paint dry, or waiting for grass to grow. Here's Libby with the Friday Film Review.

KPCW Friday Film Reviewer Libby Wadman gives the nod to a Holocaust drama with an unusual name.

The new version of Beauty and the Beast is a more a beauty than it is a beast. That's the word from Libby Wadman who has this week's Friday Film Review.

For this week's Friday Film Review Libby Wadman says the numbers all add up in the Oscar-nominated film, Hidden Figures.

Libby Wadman has this week's Friday Film Review and you might say she has seen fire and she's seen rain. She went to the new blockbuster "inferno" and says it's not a bad way to spend a drizzly afternoon.

In this week's Friday Film Review, Libby Wadman looks at the new film, "Eye in the Sky." She says it's an effective war film about a new and different kind of war.

ffective war film about a new and different kind of war.

KPCW Film Reviewer Libby Wadman has her first nomination for the 2017 Oscars - the new Tina Fey vehicle, Whiskey Tango Foxtrot in her review this week.

A new film about a ground-breaking Rap group of the late 1980's is making waves at the box office. Here's Libby Wadman - straight outta Snyderville - with this week's Friday Film Review.

Libby Wadman has this week's Friday Film Review: Pride.

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