Alonso Duralde

film critic for The Wrap and co-host of Linoleum-Knife.com

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

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Critics review “The United States vs.

First-time actor Andra Day shines in ‘The United States vs. Billie Holiday,’ says critic

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Critics review “The Little Things,” which follows two cops on the hunt for a serial killer, starring Denzel Washington; “Saint Maud,” a horror about a young hospice nurse who becomes…

‘The Little Things’ is like a ‘True Detective’ season without much plot or character, says critic

Critics review “The Little Things,” which follows two cops on the hunt for a serial killer, starring Denzel Washington; “Saint Maud,” a horror about a young hospice nurse who becomes…

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Critics talk about two big releases happening this week, plus two holiday films.

Romance in ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ is a welcome addition to action-packed plot, says critic

Critics talk about two big releases happening this week, plus two holiday films.

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