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Jack Rico

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2018/03/25 at 10:29am

PODCAST: US Latino Pop Stars Singing In Spanish… A Business Move or A Cultural Rediscovery?

You’ve heard them – Miguel, Demi Lovato, Becky G, Jennifer Lopez – all US Latino pop stars who randomly decided to sing in Spanish. Why? What were the reasons behind it? Is it a money grabbing business move or is it a genuine rediscovery of their cultural roots? Music journalist Isabela Raygoza and myself explore whether Latino music listeners buy into their strategy to reach them in their language or if it stinks of commerce.

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Jack Rico

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2018/03/16 at 8:17am

The New “Avengers: Infinity War” Trailer Is Out!

An unprecedented cinematic journey ten years in the making and spanning the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe, Marvel Studios’ “Avengers: Infinity War” brings to the screen the ultimate, deadliest showdown of all time. The Avengers and their Super Hero allies must be willing to sacrifice all in an attempt to defeat the powerful Thanos before his blitz of devastation and ruin puts an end to the universe. Read More

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2018/03/15 at 7:14pm

PODCAST: Why Do We Like Horror Movies? Director Johannes Roberts From “The Strangers: Prey At Night” Explains

There’s a new horror movie out in theaters called “The Strangers: Prey At Night” directed by Johannes Roberts. He joins the show to discuss why he feels horror movies are such a thrill for moviegoers and why his new movie is different than many others. Read More

Andrea Huswan

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2018/03/12 at 5:00am

Love, Simon (Movie Review)

The 2-8-0: #LoveSimon is the coming-of-age movie we desperately needed. It’s a movie for all ages that is about love and understanding that everyone deserves to love and to be loved. Everyone deserves a great love story and Simon Spier shares his with the world. Read More

Jack Rico

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2018/02/19 at 12:51pm

PODCAST: “Black Panther”: Race, Colonialism, Afrofuturism, and Oscar 2019


“Black Panther” is out and already has broken records and movie myths. On this episode, we talk to three African-American guests: Soraya Nadia McDonald, a culture critic for ESPN’s The Undefeated, Mike Sargent, filmmaker and pioneering Afrofuturist, and Wilson Morales, EIC of Blackfilm.com, about the film’s significance, the social commentary on race and politics that lies beneath the whole film, and its chances at Oscar gold come 2019. Read More

Jack Rico

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2018/02/02 at 3:14pm

PODCAST: Natalia Lafourcade discusses Coco’s “Remember Me”, R&B star Miguel, “Musas Vol. 2”

Natalia Lafourcade, 33, is a highly acclaimed Mexican singer/songwriter who was recently nominated for Best Latin Pop Album at the 60th Annual Grammys for her album, Musas Vol.1 (Un homenaje al folclore Latinoamericano en manos de Los Macorinos), and is also the singer for the Oscar nominated song “Remember Me” from Pixar’s hit film “Coco”.  Read More

Andrea Huswan

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2018/01/22 at 2:42pm

Q&A With Cast Of ‘Den Of Thieves’ (Gerard Butler, 50 Cent, O’Shea Jackson Jr.)

Den of Thieves, is the highly anticipated action thriller to kick off the year. We were fortunate enough to be among seven journalists to sit down with the stars of the films, Gerard Butler, Curtis “Fifty Cent” Jackson, O’Shea Jackson Jr., and Pablo Schreider, to talk about the heist thriller (and to joke around, of course). Read More

Andrea Huswan

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2018/01/22 at 2:21pm

Den Of Thieves (Movie Review)

The 2-8-0: #DenofThieves sets the bar on how action films need to be this year! It has high-speed chases, shootouts, and an unforgettable ending. This is one of Gerard Butler’s most entertaining films.  Read More

Jack Rico

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2018/01/12 at 8:42pm

PODCAST: “Coco’s” Director Lee Unkrich Hints At More Pixar Multicultural Films, Oscar Talk with Clayton Davis, 2018’s Most Anticipated TV & Movies


We’re starting 2018 off on the right foot with perhaps the most influential people in animation with Pixar’s COCO director Lee Unkrich and producer Darla K. Anderson who join us straight from their Golden Globe win and the first Golden Globe award for a Latino-themed animated film. We discuss why it took so long for Pixar to make a Latino film and if its financial and award acclaim will spawn off more multicultural animated films. Read More

Jack Rico

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2018/01/08 at 3:28pm

Time’s Up! The 2018 Golden Globes’ Branded In Reclamation, Inclusivity and Purpose

This year’s Golden Globes, a usually festive, yet historically disreputable and controversial show, had an air of legitimacy behind its wings last night. It was the first time that I took the Globes seriously and that began with the commitment from a diverse group of Hollywood women who gave the Time’s Up movement meaning and intention. The night also gave way to an overarching theme of reclamation, inclusivity, and purpose. Read More

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