Katie Walsh

film reviewer for the Tribune News Service, the Los Angeles Times, and The Wrap

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Film reviewer for the Tribune News Service

Katie Walsh on KCRW

Critics review the latest film releases: “M3gan,” “Alcarràs,” “Mars One,” and “A Man Called Otto.”

‘M3gan’ looks at dilemma of outsourcing parenting to tech

Critics review the latest film releases: “M3gan,” “Alcarràs,” “Mars One,” and “A Man Called Otto.”

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Critics review the latest film releases: “Violent Night,” “Return to Seoul,” “Spoiler Alert,” “Four Samosas.”

‘Violent Night’ is funny and exciting, ‘does it all right,’ says critic

Critics review the latest film releases: “Violent Night,” “Return to Seoul,” “Spoiler Alert,” “Four Samosas.”

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Critics review the latest film releases: “The Fabelmans,” “Sam & Kate,” and “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.”

No way ‘Wakanda Forever’ can live up to first ‘Black Panther,’ says critic

Critics review the latest film releases: “The Fabelmans,” “Sam & Kate,” and “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.”

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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