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Jack Rico


2015/01/06 at 8:14pm

Paddington (Movie Review)

01.6.2015 | By |

The “1-4-0″: #Paddington means well. It’s an animated film full of inventiveness and charm, regrettably, it’s very predictable and not narratively compelling enough. Read More

Mariana Dussan


2014/05/06 at 2:06pm

Will Fox’s “Gang Related” Promote Or Break Latino Stereotypes?

05.6.2014 | By |

Ramon Rodriguez is coming hot off his latest film “Need For Speed” and jumping straight into his next crime-filled actioner, which might even stirrup drama outside of the little screen. Read More

Mariana Dussan


2014/01/07 at 6:31pm

Is ABC’s ‘The Bachelor’ Juan Pablo Galavis Latino Enough?

01.7.2014 | By |

On Monday night Juan Pablo Galavis, a professional soccer player turned consultant from Venezuela, began his journey in the search for love on the 18th season of ABC’s “The Bachelor.” During a special two night premier audiences got a got a closer look at his life, a sneak peek at the drama filled season and met the 27 ladies competing for the young bachelor’s heart whom all agreed is “sexy!” Read More

Mariana Dussan


2013/08/12 at 3:32pm

Justin Bieber’s 4 Greatest WTF Moments!

08.12.2013 | By |

Since the start of his career, Justin Bieber has been making headlines although as the years have passed, they have more-or-less turned from good to negative – and no, you can’t pin them on Selena Gomez. Here are the singer’s 4 most WTF moments. Read More

Mack Chico


2011/04/11 at 12:00am

‘HOP’ is #1 at the box office, again!

04.11.2011 | By |

'HOP' is #1 at the box office, again!

Many did not imagine that a story based on the popular Easter Bunny who brings chocolate eggs, could be so fruitful.

Hop,” the film that chronicles the adventures of the successor of the Easter rabbit, again led the box office this weekend to add 21.7 million in its favor. The film also was the most watched last week from the day of its release.

The actor Russell Brand, husband of singer Katy Perry, is also among the top box office earnings, as well as lending his voice to the character bunny, the film starring comedy called Arthur took second place with profit of 12.6 million dollars.

The thriller Hanna managed to steal third after adding $ 12.3 million, the film Soul Surfer with 11.1 million and fourth after the movie “Insidious in fifth with 9.7 million.

Estimated box office receipts of films for Friday through Sunday at U.S. and Canada.

1. ”Hop”, 21.7 millon.
2. ”Arthur”, 12.6 millon.
3. ”Hanna”, 12.3 millon.
4. ”Soul Surfer”, 11.1 millon.
5. ”Insidious”, 9.7 millon.
6. ”Your Highness”, 9.5 millon.
7. ”Source Code”, 9.1 millon.
8. ”Limitless”, 5.7 millon.
9. ”Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules”, 4.9 millon.
10. ”The Lincoln Lawyer”, 4.6 millon.

Mack Chico


2011/03/28 at 12:00am

‘Diary of a Wimpy Kid 2’ is #1 at the box office

03.28.2011 | By |

'Diary of a Wimpy Kid 2' is #1 at the box office

The family comedy ‘Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules’ took this weekend’s box office contest.

The sequel to ‘Diary of a Wimpy Kid’ (2010) from Friday to Sunday raised $24.4 million, which quickly regained its production costs of 18 million dollars.

The adventures of a student who recorded his life experiences in a journal are based on the hit book series by Jeff Kiney.

Meanwhile, the fantasy action film ‘Sucker Punch’ had to settle for second place with $19 million. The successful film director Zack Snyder (“300”, “Watchmen”), fell behind industry expectations.

Limitless’, the winner last week at the box office, slipped to third place. The science fiction thriller with Bradley Cooper and Robert De Niro managed to generate $15.2 million, totaling $41 million dollars since its release.

1. ”Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules”, $24.4 millon
2. ”Sucker Punch”, $19 millon
3. ”Limitless”, $15.2 millon
4. ”The Lincoln Lawyer”, $11 millon
5. ”Rango”, $9.8 millon
6. ”Battle: Los Angeles”, $7.6 millon
7. ”Paul”, $7.5 millon
8. ”Red Riding Hood”, $4.3 millon
9. ”The Adjustment Bureau”, $4.2 millon
10. ”Mars Needs Moms!”, $2.2 millon

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