Aline Dolinh

Aline is a writer and student. She is very passionate about campy period dramas, female-driven horror films, and obscure Star Wars lore.
Reese Witherspoon

Reese Witherspoon is Becoming the Next Great Super-Producer

By Aline Dolinh 


Mickey Keating is Making His Mark on Hollywood

By Aline Dolinh 

The indie horror director’s ‘Crooks’ is poised to draw him more mainstream attention.

Beanie Feldstein Merie Wallace A Courtesy

Beanie Feldstein Will Lead a Coming-of-Age Story of Her Own

By Aline Dolinh 

‘How To Build A Girl’ is an ‘Almost Famous’-esque tale with a feminist bent, vitally placing a teenage girl’s creative ambition front and center.


‘Carlos’ Star Édgar Ramírez Re-Teams With Olivier Assayas for a True Spy Drama

By Aline Dolinh 

‘Wasp Network’ will also feature Pedro Pascal, who continues to make strides towards big-screen stardom.

Ali Wong Is Taking Netflix by Storm

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Wong’s latest step to stardom pairs her with Tiffany Haddish for the animated comedy ‘Tuca and Bertie.’

Under the Skin

The Alien Gaze of ‘Under the Skin’

By Aline Dolinh 

How does Jonathan Glazer’s camera effectively “other” the human world?

Call Me By Your Name / Before Sunrise

Comparing ‘Before Sunrise’ and ‘Call Me By Your Name’

By Aline Dolinh 

How do these “dreamlike romances” use escapism to heighten our emotional investment?

The Age Of Innocence Article

Why ‘The Age of Innocence’ is Scorsese’s Subtlest Masterpiece

By Aline Dolinh 

Despite being a bloodless, sexless period drama, ‘The Age of Innocence’ is nevertheless one of Martin Scorsese’s most brutally affecting films.

Kiki's Delivery Service

The Modern-Day Maturity of ‘Kiki’s Delivery Service’

By Aline Dolinh 

How does an animated Japanese fantasy film made in 1989 help us understand the anxieties of young artists today?