March 3, 2003
Ryan Carter The inside of Gabrielle and Patrick Reynolds' garage caters to the imagination. Shiny, stainless-steel carts are displayed atop crisscrossing stands on wheels that make the carts look like medical gurneys. The four-wheeled contraptions are what the husband and wife call the "World's First Collapsible Catering System." The cart, invented and developed in the Reynolds' garage, collapses down flat and pops up with a spring lift in less than 60 seconds.
March 6, 2002
Slow pace, borrowed stories Gabrielle Reynolds is president of EZ Cater, Inc., manufacturing collapsible catering equipment. She is married to fellow critic Patrick Reynolds. "Dragonfly" might have been very enjoyable, were it not for a pace so slow that it gave you lots of time to anticipate the next twist. The plot seemed like a conglomeration of story points from many otherworld features of recent years ("What Dreams May Come," "Sixth Sense," etc.)