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Jack Rico


2014/03/28 at 5:41pm

The Rico Report: ‘Cesar Chavez,’ ‘Noah,’ ‘The Raid 2’

Every week on The Rico Report I do the only local and national movie review segment in Spanish on Telemundo NY, where I review the brand new releases of the week and tell my viewers what movie they should spend their money on. Think of it as a community service in saving you some cash. This week, I review the following films: ‘Cesar Chavez,’ ‘Noah,’ ‘The Raid 2’. Read More

Jack Rico


2014/03/28 at 1:00pm

Peliculeando: ‘The Raid 2,’ ‘Noah,’ ‘Cesar Chavez’

This Friday morning I reviewed the latest movie releases with radio star Luis Jimenez from X.96.3FM NYC, Univision Radio, about the controversial and polemic religious movie NOAH, as well as the violent action Indonesian sequel THE RAID 2 and the indie Latino movie CESAR CHAVEZ. Also, I’ll give you a breakdown of the best movies to watch on Bluray and DVD this weekend! Here’s the audio below and find out for yourself! Read More

Mariana Dussan


2014/03/28 at 12:25pm

Noah (Movie Review)

The “1-4-0″: #Noah will surely be controversial, but that doesn’t mean it won’t be provocative, compelling and thrilling. Read More

Jack Rico


2014/03/25 at 10:44am

‘Lengua, Cámara y Acción’: Can The New ‘Scarface’ Reboot Become A Classic?

In my weekly nationally syndicated radio segment on the Luis Jimenez Show, “Lengua, Cámara y Acción,” on X96.3FM IN NY, Luis and I chat about the new reboot of SCARFACE, the banning of NOAH in the Middle East and much more. Listen to the radio segment and tell us what you think! Read More

Jack Rico


2014/03/24 at 6:00am

This Week In Movies: ‘Noah,’ ‘Sabotage,’ ‘Cesar Chavez’

We begin the last week of March with ten movie releases. Arnold is back! as well as biblical films and the most anticipated Asian action film of the year amongst others. Noticeably, Latino films are really trying to establish themselves as a mainstay in Hollywood with Cesar Chavez and an all-star cast of Latino actors. Protagonist Michael Peña is perhaps one of the best of them with an ear shot of an Oscar sometime soon. Documentaries are rare this week with only the premise of a nanny photographer making the rounds. Apart from that, B actors from the 80’s make appearances, but their films at least offer something intriguing, which means that their trailers are at least worth looking at. Read More

Jack Rico


2013/12/31 at 5:37pm

The 5 Most Anticipated Movies Of 2014!

As with any new year, there comes an expectation of improving upon the past 12 months. With CGI, 3D and IMAX making major inroads towards enhancing the overall cinematic experience, we are very excited for 2014. There are too many films that have us titillated with interest and enormous enthusiasm, so we’ve undertaken the onerous task of dwindling it down to only 5 films that should get you in the mood. So without further delay, here are the 5 Most Anticipated Movies of 2014! Read More

Jack Rico


2013/11/14 at 6:15pm

New Trailer! Darren Aronofsky’s ‘NOAH’

After an endless wait, it is finally here, what we’re all sure will be one of the most controversial films since The Passion of the Christ – Darren Aronofsky’s NOAH!

Academy Award winner Russell Crowe stars as Noah, a man chosen by God for a great task before an apocalyptic flood destroys the world.

NOAH will release in theaters March 28th 2014!

What do you think of the trailer? Leave your comments below.

Mack Chico


2012/08/12 at 12:00am

Russell Crowe: First look as ‘Noah’

Russell Crowe: First look as 'Noah'

USA Today has unveiled the first photo of Russell Crowe as the title character in Darren Aronofsky‘s big-budget biblical epic “Noah,” which is currently in production in Iceland. Check out the photo below.

The story follows the biblical tale of a man (Crowe) who is given the mission to build a giant vessel that can house two of every animal from the earth to save them from a giant flood that will wipe all life for a new beginning.

Aronofsky has been tweeting updates about his upcoming film, including several last month. “I dreamt about this since I was 13. And now it’s a reality. Genesis 6:14,” he said on July 11.

“Noah” won’t be your average Biblical epic though. Aronofsky plans to feature wingless angel demons and giants–based on his tweets, a creature named Og. Og was the King of Bahan, a race of giants, and part of the Rephaim in the Bible.

“According to Jewish folklore, Noah built a special compartment in the Ark for him and/or he rode out the flood by sitting on the top. Either way, we’ll see how Og will make an appearance, but it’s another interesting note to a movie that is playing as much with myth and legend as it is with the elements of the standard story we know,” writes Kevin Jagernauth.

The film is being made in Iceland, amidst inclement weather. Crowe has taken to his Twitter to talk about the cold and the wind during filming.

The new movie co-sars Jennifer Connelly, Anthony Hopkins, Ray Winstone, Douglas Booth, Emma Watson and Logan Lerman. It’s set to hit theaters on March 28th, 2014.

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