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Jack Rico

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2016/09/19 at 9:19am

This Week In Movies: ‘The Magnificent 7,’ ‘Storks,’ ‘Queen Of Katwe’

09.19.2016 | By |

It’s been a while since I’ve done these, but we’re back on track. It’s mid-September, past Labor Day and you know what that means… it’s Oscar season time. The Fall Preview of films is really Oscar films testing the waters. TFF was the kickoff and the NYFF starts next week. Also, this week we see more female directors taking charge. Get ready for the next couple of months! Read More

Jack Rico

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2016/03/21 at 3:11pm

This Week In Movies: ‘Batman v Superman,’ ‘Born To Be Blue’

03.21.2016 | By |

We’re a little more than half-way through March and this week’s movies offer a little somehting for everyone. One which has captivated my attention is Ethan Hawke’s Born To Be Blue, a jazz film about Chet Baker, arguably the most popular trumpeter after Miles Davis and Dizzy Gillespie. I had met with Hawke last year and he showed me several pics of the production and we discussed favorite albums plus his legacy. Also, we should address the armored bat in the room – Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. This is the most anticipated film of 2016. The reason it is more anticipated than Captain America: Civil War, is the tremendous pressure and risk behind the success of WB and DC’s franchise set-up film. Read More

Felix Dalgo

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2015/08/31 at 11:12am

This Week In Movies… ‘The Transporter: Refueled,’ ‘Un Gallo Con Muchos Huevos’

08.31.2015 | By |

We begin the month of September this week and Labor Day is almost upon us. With summer almost done, the new releases for the next several days will try to provide us with a good laugh, because this week the comedies are really taking over. With such films as: Addicted to Fresno, Break Point, Bloodsucking Bastards and a Walk in the Woods, you could have some good chuckles, but if you are in the mood for something more edgy and informative, the documentary A Sinner in Mecca will open your eyes to a world that not many people have seen, from the point of view of openly gay muslim director Parvez Sharma. Read More

Felix Dalgo

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2015/08/25 at 11:28am

This Week In Movies… ‘We Are Your Friends,’ ‘No Escape’

08.25.2015 | By |

This is the last week of August and what better way to close up the month then with some variety films at the big screen. Zac Efron in We are your Friends, a very cool summer film about the life and struggles of an aspiring DJ in today’s electronic music scene. The film No Escape, an action thriller in which we will find a very serious Owen Wilson in a role that we have never seen him play, the action hero.  Read More

Jack Rico

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2015/08/11 at 7:29am

This Week In Movies… ‘Straight Outta Compton,’ ‘The Man From U.N.C.L.E.’

08.11.2015 | By |

The second week of August brings us very little cinematic value despite seeing the anticipated hip-hop biopic, Straight Outta Compton, and Guy Ritchie’s The Man From U.N.C.L.E. on the calendar release. Ritchie, the inconsistent, but influential British helmer with a profusion of talent, is back to his lightning speed editing and MTV visual style in the new TV show spy adaptation. Will this film reinvigorate his career?   Read More

Felix Dalgo

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2015/06/16 at 11:14am

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

06.16.2015 | By |

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

Felix Dalgo

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2015/06/08 at 1:20pm

This Week In Movies…’Jurassic World,’ ‘Me and Earl and the Dying Girl’

06.8.2015 | By |

It’s the beginning of a new week and it has definitely turned out to be the “Based on True Events Week” with four out of the eight films focusing on true stories.  Read More

Felix Dalgo

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2015/05/06 at 3:28pm

This Week In Movies: ‘Hot Pursuit,’ ‘Maggie,’ ‘I Am Big Bird’

05.6.2015 | By |

We’re in the beginnings of May and ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ is still on the tip of everyone’s tongue. But aside from it, many are celebrating a week’s long worth of Cinco de Mayo in movies. There are 12 new films being released, from documentaries, to dramas, to true stories and comedies, these films will surely be competing for your attention and money. Some of the big names from the entertainment business are among this week’s releases. If you like gripping stories full of action and drama then you should check out Maggie with Arnold Schwarzenegger. Also Morgan Freeman and Diane Keaton team up for a New York City based comedy and the beautiful Amber Rose stars in Sister Code. A few documentaries are showcasing important issues in America today as well as the story of the man behind the beloved Sesame Street characters Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch. Read More

Jack Rico

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2014/05/12 at 1:28pm

This Week In Movies: ‘Godzilla,’ ‘Million Dollar Arm,’ ‘The Immigrant’

05.12.2014 | By |

The unofficial Summer Movie month of May continues to release less films than April, 13 movie releases total, but they seem to be more intriguing and eye catching. Many are awaiting, arguably, the most anticipated summer movie in ‘Godzilla,’ which is exactly what people think it’s going to be – dark, plausible, fine acting and CGI bonkers. Also Jon Hamm tries to transition over to movies in a Disney film, Joaquin Phoenix is the star of ‘The Immigrant‘ but it seems to be getting no love on buzz. Nevertheless, the other indie titles are worth a look. Peruse at your leisure and see if anything else catches your attention! Read More

Mariana Dussan

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2013/12/05 at 11:50am

Music Rodeo: Paul Walker Immortalized, Bieber’s Emotions, Christmas Makeovers

12.5.2013 | By |

This week some artists were busy trying to visually impact us, while others tried to have us listen. This music wrap up is a jumble of pop, rock and R&B that pay tribute to friends, snow and change. Read More

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