Dave White

Guest

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

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Our critics review “The Curse of La Llorona,” a thriller about a ghost that stalks children at night in 1970s Los Angeles; “Her Smell,” about a tortured young musician played by…

‘Her Smell:’ a music bio-pic of degradation and addiction to redemption

Our critics review “The Curse of La Llorona,” a thriller about a ghost that stalks children at night in 1970s Los Angeles; “Her Smell,” about a tortured young musician played by…

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Our critics review “The Aftermath,” which takes place after World War II, and tensions arise when a British colonel and his wife (Keira Knightley) must share a house with Germans; “Ash…

In ‘Ash Is Purest White,’ a Chinese Bonnie and Clyde

Our critics review “The Aftermath,” which takes place after World War II, and tensions arise when a British colonel and his wife (Keira Knightley) must share a house with Germans; “Ash…

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Our critics review “Polar,” a Netflix original about a top assassin; “Serenity,” about a fishing boat captain whose ex-wife pleads to him for help; “The Kid Who Would Be King,” a…

‘Polar’ film review: ‘Terrible is a generous word’

Our critics review “Polar,” a Netflix original about a top assassin; “Serenity,” about a fishing boat captain whose ex-wife pleads to him for help; “The Kid Who Would Be King,” a…

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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