Alicia Malone

host of Turner Classic Movies and Magnificent Obsession

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Host of Turner Classic Movies and the FilmStruck podcast.

Alicia Malone on KCRW

Our critics review “Portrait of a Lady on Fire,” about forbidden love between a painter and her subject, who’s also a woman; “The Aeronauts,” about a real-life British scientist who…

Critic: ‘Portrait of a Lady on Fire’ makes tropes of trashy romance novels unbearably real

Our critics review “Portrait of a Lady on Fire,” about forbidden love between a painter and her subject, who’s also a woman; “The Aeronauts,” about a real-life British scientist who…

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Our critics review "Skin," about a young man who tries to leave a white supremacist gang and remake himself; "Honeyland," a documentary about a woman who uses ancient techniques to…

'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood' pays tribute to Hollywood's golden age

Our critics review "Skin," about a young man who tries to leave a white supremacist gang and remake himself; "Honeyland," a documentary about a woman who uses ancient techniques to…

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Our critics review "Yesterday," about a struggling artist who's the only living person that remembers the Beatles existed; "Annabelle Comes Home," about a possessed girl doll;…

Does 'Yesterday' do a good job of paying tribute to the Beatles?

Our critics review "Yesterday," about a struggling artist who's the only living person that remembers the Beatles existed; "Annabelle Comes Home," about a possessed girl doll;…

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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