Connie Corcoran Wilson
Connie (Corcoran) Wilson (www.ConnieCWilson.com) was the Quad City Times film and book critic for 15 years and has continued reviewing film uninterruptedly since 1970. She also publishes books (31 at last count) in a variety of genres (www.quadcitieslearning.com), has taught writing or literature classes at every Quad City college or university as adjunct faculty, was Yahoo's Content Producer of the Year for Politics and writes on a variety of topics at her own blog, www.WeeklyWilson.com.
- The 35 Greatest U.S. Political Films of All Time Nobody Speak’ Deserves All The Good Words About It “Muppet Guys Talking” Reveals Secrets of the Muppets “The Hero” Starring Sam Elliott Premiers at SXSW 2017: Q&A with Cast ‘Split’ Is M. Night’s Return To Glory `Claire In Motion’ Is Very Good, But Not Great These Are The Top Films of 2016 New Book Asks, What If The Three Magi Were Ninja Wizards? Gory Gibson’s ‘Hacksaw’ Is A Bloody Bio But No Oscar Bait “Arrival” Is Worthy Addition to Sci-Fi Predecessor “Close Encounters of the Third Kind” ‘Olympic Pride, American Prejudice’ A Great Historical Film ‘Trespass’ Disappoints Crowds In Chicago Director Roberto Sneider Debuts A Charmingly Hilarious ‘Susana’ `Kaleidoscope’ Features Toby Jones Playing `Psycho-like’ Character at Chicago Film Festival ‘Last Laugh’ A Controversial Comedy At Chicago Film Festival ‘Bright Lights’ Is A Shining Masterpiece At The Chicago Film Festival Oscar-Winning McQueen A Gracious Interview And Award Winner Danny Glover’s ’93 Days’ Is A Tough, Taut Medical Thriller ‘Small Enough To Jail’ A Powerful Return For ‘Hoop Dreams’ Creator ‘The Oath’ Is A Winner From Start To Finish