Movies with themes of WWII or geniuses or mathematicians in central characters - think ‘Good Will Hunting,’ ‘A Beautiful Mind’ – usually get lots of love from the Oscar committee. The latest is ‘The Imitation Game‘ from The Weinstein Company. It has all the markings, characteristics and traits you can ask for. The trailer is compelling even though most of the stars are not A list. Regardless, ‘The Hurt Locker’ won Best Pic with an unknown cast at the time. Look for ‘The Imitation Game’ to make some awards noise this Fall. Read More
Every week on The Rico Report, brought to you by ShowBizCafe.com, I do the only local and national movie review segment in Spanish on Telemundo NY, where I review the brand new releases of the week and tell my viewers what movie they should spend their money on. Think of it as a community service in saving you some cash. This week, I review the following films: ‘Sex Tape,’ ‘The Purge 2′ and ‘Five Star Life’.Read More
The best horror movie of last year was James Wan’s “The Conjuring“. It was creepy, frightening, but above all fun! Wan who is now producing, has surprisingly released a prequel as opposed to a sequel to what is starting to look like New Line Cinema’s new horror franchise around the devil doll – Annabelle.Read More
This past Tuesday, Luis Jimenez and I discussed comic actor Sasha Baron Cohen‘s new problems with a residence in London, Lindsay Lohan is permanently moving to London, plus the kid who became a viral Instagram sensation because of a Beatle! We break it all down! Listen to the radio segment and tell us what you think!Read More
Oh yes, new music is the name of this game and this week in music we discuss five, yes FIVE, killer recently released albums! From 80s synth-pop to country-with-a-twist, these five new records should satisfy any eclectic taste.
It seems that in a span of about of about 70 years, the world has nearly forgotten where the roots of Rock lay. Today in 2014 it’s almost hard to imagine the genre as heavily influenced by African Americans, and as one that was born and raised predominantly by the sounds of those same black musicians. Luckily, today a group of 8th grade boys from Brooklyn might give us a chance to remember a legacy long forgotten.
You may not know this, but soccer has been a character in films for many years. From the hero, to the villain and many more characters in between. Let’s take a look at some of soccer’s best roles in movies…of course, all in celebration of the 2014 World Cup in Brazil!
Here are 5 of the best soccer films to carry on your soccer fever: