Dave White

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

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Co-host of the Linoleum Knife podcast and film critic for Movies.com; Author of Exile in Guyville and a contributor to the anthology Love is a Four-Letter Word

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Critics review “The Many Saints of Newark,” a prequel to “The Sopranos” TV series on HBO; “Titane,” a horror film starring Agathe Rousselle as a serial killer who becomes pregnant; a…

‘The Many Saints of Newark’: Don’t need it in your life, even if you’re a ‘Sopranos’ fan, says critic

Critics review “The Many Saints of Newark,” a prequel to “The Sopranos” TV series on HBO; “Titane,” a horror film starring Agathe Rousselle as a serial killer who becomes pregnant; a…

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Critics review “Karen,” about a woman who tries to push out a new Black family that moved into her neighborhood; “Unapologetic,” a documentary about activists organizing during the…

Latest ‘Cinderella’ wants to become a designer and entrepreneur rather than a princess

Critics review “Karen,” about a woman who tries to push out a new Black family that moved into her neighborhood; “Unapologetic,” a documentary about activists organizing during the…

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‘Mama Weed’ works because of star Isabelle Huppert, says critic

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