A nice neighborhood haunt, but not worth the commute
By Josh Gross
The only real distinction between the eastside Westside Drive-In and the original is the vibe. Instead of a charmingly dilapidated throwback to '50s car culture, it is a manufactured homage to the glamorized '50s diner in a town already saturated with them.
A North Idaho landscaping company puts racist images on its vehicles, Donald Trump vows to challenge the 9th Circuit's ruling against his immigration and sanctuary cities actions, and "high touch, high tech" initiatives at the city of Boise.
Based on the nonfiction book of the same name by David Grann, the film seems like a cross between an Indiana Jones movie and a Joseph Conrad novel—one where the world seems full of possibilities, rather than limitations.