Alonso Duralde

senior programmer at Outfest

Guest

Chief film critic for The Wrap and co-host of the podcast Linoleum Knife

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Alonso Duralde and Dave White regularly review films for KCRW’s "Press Play." They each offer five of their top films of the year.

Best of 2019: Movies

Alonso Duralde and Dave White regularly review films for KCRW’s "Press Play." They each offer five of their top films of the year.

Our critics review “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood,” based on a 1998 Esquire profile of Mr. Rogers, and it’s as much about the writer of the profile as it’s about Mr.

Tom Hanks nails it as Mr. Rogers

Our critics review “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood,” based on a 1998 Esquire profile of Mr. Rogers, and it’s as much about the writer of the profile as it’s about Mr.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Our critics review “Jojo Rabbit,” from part-Jewish director Taika Waititi, who plays Adolf Hitler in this comedy; “Maleficent: Mistress of Evil,” the sequel to the 2014 orginal film…

‘Jojo Rabbit’ finds absurd humor in the Holocaust

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from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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