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Jack Rico


2017/09/06 at 9:03am

Trailer: Could ‘Mudbound’ Be Netflix’s First Best Pic Oscar Bait?

From director/co-writer Dee Rees, comes the ambitious new film Mudbound, which premiered to great acclaim at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival. Set against the backdrop of the Mississippi Delta during the Jim Crow era after World War II, Mudbound is both a timeless and timely film following two families – one black, one white – bound together by the hardships of farm life. Starring Carey Mulligan, Jason Clarke, Jason Mitchell, Mary J. Blige, Rob Morgan, Jonathan Banks and Garrett Hedlund. Read More

Jack Rico


2016/08/15 at 5:22pm

Hidden Figures: The Film That Might Change Hollywood

I’m watching the Olympics last night as Usain Bolt bolted by all his so-called competitors, including Justin Gatling, and right after his win, NBC aired a TV trailer spot for the film Hidden Figures. The movie stars Taraji P. Henson and tells the incredible untold true story of three brilliant African-American women working at NASA in the 1960s where they served as the brains behind one of the greatest operations in history: the launch of astronaut John Glenn into orbit. What most stood out to me was my reaction… it was bizarre to see a prestige period Hollywood movie about accomplished black women at the highest levels. And you know why…? Read More

Felix Dalgo


2015/06/16 at 11:14am

This Week In Movies… ‘Inside Out,’ ‘Dope,’ ‘Manglehorn’

It’s the second week of June, which means two things: #1) Summer is about to officially begin. #2) Summer movies are hitting the big screen! And this week is proof of that, with films like The Overnight (read our review), a great comedy with Jason Schwartzman, Adam Scott and the very popular Taylor Schilling; about a crazy night between two couples in a Los Angeles home. Also Al Pacino is back with a film that could very well be another one of his classics – Manglehorn. Read More

Jack Rico


2014/02/14 at 12:35pm

About Last Night (Movie Review)

The “1-4-0″: This @ALNmovie remake blends hard comedy with sincere romance creating a terrific date movie for couples on #ValentinesDay weekend. Read More

Karen Posada


2012/04/23 at 12:00am

‘Think Like a Man’ takes the #1 spot at the box office!

'Think Like a Man' takes the #1 spot at the box office!

We begin the week with an incredible surprise! ‘Think Like a Man’ premiered in the number one spot, finally taking ‘The Hunger Games’ out of the spot it occupied for four consecutive weeks. This comedy not only makes you die laughing, but it has done the impossible taking the first place with $33 million dollars.

‘The Lucky One’ took second place in the box office with $22.8 million dollars. This romantic movie with Zac Effron is not very entertaining, but it seems like the public decided that it was time to change the look of the box office.

‘The Hunger Games’ took third place with $14.5 million dollars. Although it still holds a prestigious place, the hard fall is surprising from first to third place. It was thought that only ‘The Avengers’ was going to be able to take its place.


The Top 10 Movies in the Box Office are:

1.Think Like a Man – $33 mil

2. The Lucky One – $22.8 mil

3. The Hunger Games – $14.5 mil

4. Chimpanzee – $10.2 mil

5. The Three Stooges – $9.2 mil

6. The Cabin in the Woods – $7.8 mil

7. American Reunion – $5.2 mil

8. Titanic 3D – $5 mil

9. 21 Jump Street – $4.6 mil

10. Mirror, Mirror – $4.1 mil


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