Alonso Duralde

co-host of the YouTube channel “Breakfast All Day”

Alonso Duralde on KCRW

Critics review the latest film releases: “Drive-Away Dolls,” “About Dry Grasses,” “Perfect Days,” and “Io Capitano.”

Weekend film reviews: ‘Drive-Away Dolls,’ About 'Dry Grasses’

Critics review the latest film releases: “Drive-Away Dolls,” “About Dry Grasses,” “Perfect Days,” and “Io Capitano.”

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Critics review the latest film releases: “Miller's Girl,” “Tótem,” “The Breaking Ice,” “The Sweet East.”

Weekend film reviews: ‘Miller’s Girl,’ ‘Tótem,’ ‘The Breaking Ice’

Critics review the latest film releases: “Miller's Girl,” “Tótem,” “The Breaking Ice,” “The Sweet East.”

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

This holiday season, film critic Alonso Duralde recommends watching “Love, Actually,” “Fanny and Alexander,” “A Biltmore Christmas,” and “There’s Something in the Barn.”

Christmas film picks: ‘Love, Actually,’ ‘Fanny and Alexander’

This holiday season, film critic Alonso Duralde recommends watching “Love, Actually,” “Fanny and Alexander,” “A Biltmore Christmas,” and “There’s Something in the Barn.”

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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