Bruce Bennett Short Bio

Bruce Bennett

Bruce Bennett has been the primary contributor to Mad About Movies since it began in 2003. He is an award winning film and theater critic who, since 2000, has been writing a weekly column in The Spectrum daily newspaper in southern Utah as well as serving as a contributing editor of “The Independent,” a monthly entertainment magazine. He is also the co-host of “Film Fanatics” a movie review show which earned a Telly in 2009. Bruce is also a featured contributor at: RottenTomatoes.com

His motto: "I see bad movies so you don't have to."

Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day

The Delightful “Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day”

In late 30s London, a down-in-her-luck governess (Frances McDormand) buddies up with a fantastically flaky employer (Amy Adams) and helps her juggle 3 suitors. Sumptuous to look at with fanciful wit to spare, a sharp cast and even sharper dialogue prove old fashioned ain’t out of style yet.

Grade: A-
Rated PG-13 for brief nudity, innuendo.

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