En nuestro nuevo segmento de cine, Viernes de Estrenos, yo hago el único segmento de críticas de películas en español de la televisión hispana por Telemundo Nueva York. Aquí recomiendo que ver de los nuevos estrenos de la semana sin pelos en la lengua. Si es mala, la apabullo. Si es buena le digo las razones porqué para que usted se sienta que su dinero y tiempo estén bien invertido. Esta semana, crítico las siguientes películas: ‘Southpaw’, ‘Paper Town’, ‘Pixels’.
Colombian Nobel Prize for Literature winner and Best-Selling Latin American writer, Gabriel García Márquez, will have a new documentary titled, Gabo: The Creation of Gabriel García Márquez, coming to a theater near you soon. Read More
In this brand new official trailer, James Bond infiltrates a secret meeting and uncovers the existence of the sinister organization known as SPECTRE. It’s great to see Bond visiting a Latin American city, specially one as culturally impressive as Mexico City. This is Daniel Craig‘s last Bond movie and from the looks of it, it should be on equal footing as Casino Royale, which to me, is the best Bond movie Craig has done. The movie will release November 6th.Read More
The middle of July means three things: It’s time to head to the beach; it’s time to relax and its time to check out some movies. For that last summer fact, we are here to help. There are eight films being released and there is a little something for everyone. Mexican American actor Michael Peña is starring in The Vatican Tapes, a film that one wouldn’t expect at this time of the year. The lovely Cobie Smulders, with whom we had a chance to chat with, is starring in Unexpected, a peculiar comedic drama about a teacher and a student who become pregnant in the same time frame. If you are into foreign films, you will not be disappointed with Samba or Phoenix.Read More
With well over 1.2 Billion YouTube views already, the Colombian Latin Urban/Reggaeton star, J Balvin, debuts his highly anticipated music video to his single “Ginza“. The video, a highly stylized production rare for the reggaeton industry, possesses an urban-asian theme that’s infectious, sleek and sexy. Balvin says, “With Ginza, I wanted to go beyond my comfort zone, take a risk and bring a new sound to my music. I want to continually explore new and original ideas for Latin music…. Cowards rarely make history”. Read More
Cobie Smulders is a versatile actress, capable of working on a hit show on TV (How I Met Your Mother), blockbuster movies (The Avengers 1 & 2), or indie dramas such as her latest, Unexpected. In this role, she leaves behind all the glamour of Hollywood to really connect with a plethora of young women who get pregnant “unexpectedly”. We sat down with her, Anders Holm and director Kris Swanberg to a get a sense of the film and its origins. Read More
After winning two of the most important Oscars awards earlier this year, Mexican-born director, Alejandro González Iñárritu, follows up his Best Picture Birdman triumph with what seems to appear as another winner – The Revenant starring Leonardo DiCaprio. This is another Oscar bait film with a Christmas date, an Oscar winning director and an A-list movie star.Read More
Latina power! It is a rarity when two A-List latinas get together for a Hollywood movie. Salma Hayek, Jessica Alba should be a great watch! Hayek did it Penelope Cruz for ‘Bandidas’ but got no interest back in 2006. Will this one work? Glad to see power Latinas getting together to make some ol’ fashion Hollywood fare.
Watch the trailer and let us know what you think!Read More