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    Favorite true war movies

    If Tom Tangney had to choose his favorite true war movie for Memorial Day viewing, it would be "The Great Escape."
  • Solo

    Han Solo is the least-interesting character in this ‘Star Wars story’

    It's probably not a good sign when Chewbacca is the best thing in a movie purportedly about Han Solo but he is.
  • deadpool

    Deadpool 2 sticks to parasitic roots

    Deadpool 2 is every bit as good as the original and gives KIRO Radio's Tom Tangney hope the trilogy finale will make Deadpool three for three.
  • siff 2018

    Tom Tangney’s top 10 best bets for SIFF 2018

    KIRO Radio movie critic Tom Tangney has once again sifted through the films for SIFF 2018 and picked what looks to be the best offerings at Seattle's annual film festival.
  • Tully

    ‘Tully’ a sympathetic portrait of young motherhood

    "Tully" remains a smart and sympathetic portrait of the strains and stresses of young motherhood, despite a dramatic and unexpected turn late in the film.
  • Avengers: Infinity War

    It’s a marvel ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ never spins out of control

    With so many moving parts going in so many different directions, it's a wonder (or should I say marvel) that "Avengers: Infinity War" never spins out of control.
  • Schumer’s ‘I Feel Pretty’ a lightning rod for controversy

    Amy Schumer's "I Feel Pretty" is treading some tricky ground and even she admits it's not a perfectly calibrated movie.
  • finding your feet

    Does ‘Finding Your Feet’ succeed as a rom-com for seniors?

    It’s a romantic comedy for seniors hailing from the United Kingdom. But can “Finding Your Feet” find its way beyond the formulaic rom-com genre?
  • quiet place

    ‘A Quiet Place’ is a stylish, clever, and intense horror film

    "A Quiet Place" is first and foremost a scary movie. But it is a stylish, intense horror film that lives up to its very intriguing premise.
  • Isle of Dogs

    Anderson’s ‘Isle of Dogs’ isn’t your typical, sappy dog movie

    Despite Wes Anderson's distancing techniques, "Isle of Dogs" still manages to ring true to human nature, to the nature of dogs, and to the much treasured connection between the two.
Tom Tangney on KIRO Radio