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2016/05/03 at 8:53am

‘Hamilton’ Scores Record-Setting 16 Tony Nominations: See Complete List

05.3.2016 | By |

The nominations for the 70th annual Tony Awards announcement were a historic moment for Broadway and for diversity this morning – Puerto Rican icon Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Hamilton scored a record-setting 16 nominations. On the play side, Long Day’s Journey Into Night had 7 nominations, most by a play this year. Latinos made their presence felt this year by having Costa Rican Danny Burstein nominated for Best Actor in a Musical for Fiddler On The Roof, Colombian choreographer Sergio Trujillo for On Your Feet! and Puerto Rican Lin-Manuel Miranda for ‘Hamilton’ for Best Actor in a Musical as well. Years ago, one Latino nominated for a Tony was historic, now 3 of them are. Times are a changin’. Read More

Jack Rico

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2016/04/29 at 1:49pm

Love In Hollywood: An Interview With ‘Between Us’ Director Rafael Palacio Illingworth

04.29.2016 | By |

One of the best movies to come out of this year’s Tribeca Film Festival is Between Us by Mexican-Colombian director Rafael Palacio Illingworth. The film stars Ben Feldman, Olivia Thirlby, Adam Goldberg and Analeigh Tipton and centers around a young married couple who slowly start to question the sexual and moral commitment they have to their marriage. Read More

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2016/04/19 at 2:26pm

This Week In Movies: ‘The Huntsman,’ ‘Elvis & Nixon,’ ‘A Hologram for the King’

04.19.2016 | By |

We’re in the middle of April and this week in movies offers us some bizarre movie releases. First off, we need to talk about this new Tom Hanks movie, A Hologram for the King, that isn’t getting any buzz, no coverage, no interviews with Hanks and no marketing or promotion whatsoever. What Twilight Zone reality are we living in? Never have we ever been privy to a Tom Hanks film that isn’t some sort of event. Just bizarre all around.

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Jack Rico

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2016/04/19 at 11:44am

Watch Weinstein’s New Boxing Trailer ‘Hands Of Stone’ With De Niro, Ramirez, Usher

04.19.2016 | By |

Jeez, we’ve been waiting a year for this trailer to drop. Harvey Weinstein finally gives us a look at Hands Of Stone, based on the legendary Panamanian pugilist Roberto Duran and his equally legendary trainer Ray Arcel who changed each other’s lives. Is it going to be the next CREED? I don’t think so, but it has the promise of being a solid movie. Read More

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2016/04/13 at 2:57pm

‘Doctor Strange’: Marvel Debuts First Trailer!

04.13.2016 | By |

Superhero movies are at an all time high and it seems Hollywood can’t stop making them. The latest venture into cinematic superheroes is Marvel’s Doctor Strange starring Benedict Cumberbatch. The first teaser trailer debuted on Jimmy Kimmel Live! last night, introduced by Cumberbatch himself. It looks like a solid entry, but we all said the same thing about Ant-Man Read More

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2016/04/07 at 8:27am

‘Rogue One: A Star Wars Story’ Trailer Debuts With Multicultural Cast

04.7.2016 | By |

Star Wars fans… watch this trailer debut of ‘Rogue One: A Star Wars Story,’ aka Star Wars VIII. See anything different, see anything that stands out? The whole cast is basically diverse! I believe it is the first time a Star Wars film has introduced a full lead diverse cast.  Read More

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2016/04/05 at 11:43am

This Week In Movies: ‘The Boss,’ ‘Demolition,’ ‘Mr. Right’

04.5.2016 | By |

It’s April and we’re past the ubiquitous chatter of the divisive #BvS movie. We look towards the great films and documentaries April offers and this week is a good example. 13 movies are released this week and they provide some star power along with very interesting stories.

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2016/04/04 at 3:43pm

3 Ideas For The Next Hit Netflix Show

04.4.2016 | By |

Netflix is on a major roll when it comes to original series. From ‘House Of Cards’ to ‘Daredevil’ to ‘Master Of None,’ Netflix original programming has stretched out across all genres, roping in a huge variety of fans and earning endless critical acclaim. We’ve even reached the point at which critical response doesn’t seem to matter much to audiences. The recently uploaded Will Arnett series was trashed by the critics aggregated at Rotten Tomatoes, and yet the same site shows that 81% of viewers enjoyed watching. That’s indicative of where Netflix is right now. People are enjoying their series no matter what. Read More

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2016/03/26 at 5:18pm

My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 (Movie Review)

03.26.2016 | By |

The 1-4-0: #MyBigFatGreekWedding2 is 14 years way too late. The original charming humor has faded and its comedy seems passé and stale. Even the cast can’t seem to save this Greek Wedding. Read More

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2016/03/23 at 10:52pm

Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice (Movie Review)

03.23.2016 | By |

The 1-4-0: #BatmanvSuperman is an important film that must be seen, but regrettably, it’s difficult not to be left with mixed emotions. Though flaws exist, the immensity of the characters and the significance of the film outweigh any negatives. Read More

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