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Mariana Dussan

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2014/07/12 at 7:39pm

World Cup Fever: The 5 Best Soccer Films Of All Time

07.12.2014 | By |

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: 

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Mariana Dussan

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2014/06/18 at 10:09am

The Best 5 Ads Of The 2014 World Cup!

06.18.2014 | By |

Last week, the 2014 FIFA World Cup — the biggest event in the world — finally kicked off with its first game between Brazil and Croatia. Four for years, teams and fans have been preparing for their one moment to prove themselves worthy of the golden cup, and brands all around the world are making sure that they ride that wave soccer passion. According to The Hollywood Reporter, “the top 20 World Cup 2014 ads have so far attracted 6.9 million shares across social media — 31.4 percent more than the top 20 ads from Super Bowl 2014 (4.7 million).”

It’s obvious that ads are just as important as the matches themselves and that’s why I’ve chosen the 5 best commercials of this year’s World Cup: 

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Mariana Dussan

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2014/06/09 at 10:01am

The 6 Best Recently Released Trailers!

06.9.2014 | By |

Everyday there are several film trailers coming out, but there are only some that have “it” factor to capture your attention in under two minutes. From dramas, to comedies, to animation and more, these six clips managed to be the best trailers recently released: Read More

Mariana Dussan

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2014/04/09 at 2:54pm

The 10 Spanglish Songs Every Millennial Should Know!

04.9.2014 | By |

One thing is for sure no culture is pure. As the years go on, humans look to migrate to new homes and/or incorporate new skills from different cultures into their own. This mixture of backgrounds and identities, have given rise to a phenomenon called Spanglish, not only seen in the U.S. but also in Latin America and other parts of the world.This true marvel is not only heard in everyday conversations, but it also has a strong presence in music.

In celebration of this impure blend of societies, I have gathered some of the best Spanglish tunes – not those that have one word in English and Spanish and the rest in the other language, but those that take the time to use both predominantly.

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Mariana Dussan

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2014/02/12 at 4:36pm

The 5 Best Fashion Documentaries To See During NY Fashion Week

02.12.2014 | By |

New York Fashion Week is over this week and for those who have had the privilege to attend or for those who have not been able to attend or be a part of the festivities, we honor the Fall 2014 New York Fashion Week with the 5 Best Fashion Documentaries to get you New York Fashion State of Mind. Read More

Mariana Dussan

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2014/01/01 at 5:54pm

The 5 Best Hispanic Films To Watch In 2014

01.1.2014 | By |

Every year the power of the Latino consumer grows more and more, and this in turn has forced Hollywood to open its doors (though very slowly) for actual Hispanic movies. Not just films that have a Latino in there somewhere, but films that have a genuine and legitimate story to tell. In 2014 we have films that have assembled immense Latino casts with Latino directors, that also highlight stories about our community and cultures. In celebration of this feat we give you the 5 Best Hispanic Films you need to watch in 2014! Read More

Mariana Dussan

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2013/10/31 at 10:03am

Pop-Off: Ciara vs. Kim Kardashian. Who’s Having The Better Engagement?

10.31.2013 | By |

I always thought October was the season for frights and pumpkin pie, but apparently it is also the season of engagements. This month Kim Kardashian and Ciara got affianced around the same time. I know you are itching to know which lucky lady is having the best engagement so far, so let the Pop-Off begin! Read More

Mariana Dussan

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2013/10/29 at 5:13pm

(Video): Paul McCartney’s New Music Video ‘Queenie Eye’ Reconfirms His Hollywood Elite Status!

10.29.2013 | By |

Even while rocking a pair of Birkenstock sandals (not what many would consider the most fashionable footwear) 71-year-old Paul McCartney remains one of the coolest and biggest names in rock and roll. Don’t believe me? Then perhaps you should check out his new video for “Queenie Eye.” Read More

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2011/12/11 at 12:00am

New York Film Critics Online chooses ‘The Artist’ Best Pic

12.11.2011 | By |

New York Film Critics Online chooses 'The Artist' Best Pic

The digital film organization that I am a member of, the NYFCO (New York Film Critics Online), voted today for the best of the best in film for 2011.

There were some surprises for me, in particular, the animated category. I voted for Rango as the best, but the rest of my collegues felt strongly for Spielberg’s Tintin. I agree that on a visual, Tintin is extraordinary, but as a whole movie, the film dragged to point of boredom. Rango was intellectual, funny, unique, and had very adult themes.

Also interesting was Michael Shannon for ‘Take Shelter’ in the Best Actor category. He wasn’t  a favorite, but nevertheless, I’m happy he took the award as opposed to undeserved Clooney. Shannon is one hell of an actor. He was excellent in Revolutionary Road and was the best part of The Runaways. He should’ve been nominated for Best Supporting actor at the Oscars in 2010.

So many more deserved and surprising moments such as Melissa McCarthy for ‘Bridesmaids’ over Octavia Spencer from ‘The Help’ in the Supporting Actress category. Read on and enjoy the beauty that is film criticism during award season.

BEST FILM
“The Artist”

TOP PICTURES OF 2011 (alphabetical)
“The Artist” (The Weinstein Company)
“The Descendants” (Fox Searchlight Pictures)
“Drive” (Film District)
“The Help” (Walt Disney Pictures)
“Hugo” (Paramount Pictures)
“Melancholia” (Magnolia Pictures)
“Midnight in Paris” (Sony Pictures Classics)
“Take Shelter” (Sony Pictures Classics)
“The Tree of Life” (Fox Searchlight Pictures)
“War Horse” (Dreamworks Pictures)
 
DIRECTOR
Michael Hazanavicius for “The Artist”
 
ACTOR
Michael Shannon for “Take Shelter”
 
ACTRESS
Meryl Streep for “The Iron Lady”
 
SUPPORTING ACTOR
Albert Brooks for “Drive”
 
SUPPORTING ACTRESS
Melissa McCarthy for “Bridesmaids”
 
CINEMATOGRAPHY
“The Tree of Life” – Emmanuel Lubezki
 
SCREENPLAY
“The Descendants” – Alexander Payne, Nat Faxon, Jim Rash
 
FOREIGN LANGUAGE PICTURE
“A Separation”
 
DOCUMENTARY
“Cave of Forgotten Dreams”
 
ANIMATED FEATURE
“The Adventures of Tin Tin”
 
USE OF MUSIC
“The Artist” – Ludovic Bource
 
BREAKOUT PERFORMER
Jessica Chastain for “The Tree of Life, “The Help,”The Debt,” “Take Shelter”
 
DEBUT AS DIRECTOR
Joe Cornish for “Attack the Block”
 
ENSEMBLE CAST
“Bridesmaids”

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