After months of waiting, a new day has come: ALINE is finally in US theaters, and there’s a lot to talk about. Luckily, the gang doesn’t have to do it all by themselves. Kyle Buchanan (whose NYT review of the movie is quoted prominently in the film’s Wikipedia page) is here to answer questions like, “how much of this is true?” and “is this movie a comedy?” Later, we’ll propose some biopics we want to see. And that’s the way it is!

What’s Good?
Alonso: “I wrote a puzzle!
Drea: Family visit/digitizing family photos
Kyle: Survivor Season 42 
Ify: Severance/Hot Boi Summer

Warner Bros Removes references to gay relationship for China release of Secrets of Dumbledore

Netflix Has Added a “Two Thumbs Up” Button

There’s going to be a Spirit Halloween movie


Staff Picks
Drea: American Splendor
Alonso: The Greek Tycoon
Kyle: The Northman
Ify: Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story


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Buy Alonso’s book, I’ll Be Home For Christmas Movies

Kyle's book is Blood Sweat and Chrome: The Wild and True Story of Mad Max: Fury Road

Ify Nwadiwe
Drea Clark
Alonso Duralde
Kyle Buchanan

Produced by Marissa Flaxbart
Sr. Producer Laura Swisher