Whether you’re kissing or crying this year, here are some lovey-dovey Latinx rom-coms to make you laugh and believe in love again!
“Blockbuster” is an earnest entry into the workplace comedy genre with the potential to grow into a better show if given a second season.
In #TheLatinaPress Issue 9, we welcome 2022 and say goodbye to 2021, looking back at our favorite films, podcasts, and year-end lists.
#TheLatinaPress is a monthly newsletter, dishing up the top stories, trends, and media conversations by and for Latinas. In Issue 3, we get into ‘In the Heights,’ Pride, immigration, and so much more!
LatinaMedia.Co co-founders Cristina Escobar and Nicola Schulze are here to help you untangle what happened with ‘In the Heights,’ appraise the film’s importance, and add a bit to the conversation.
The Latinx community DOES NOT agree on In the Heights and that’s a good thing – let’s confront the colorism in our community and hold even our heroes/stars/favorites accountable.
Last week, I put on my mask and walked shoulder to shoulder with hundreds of people into AT&T park to watch In the Heights. The film was billed as the second coming, a first-of-its-kind Latinx Hollywood utopia, but I had my doubts. As Felice León from The Root asked, “In sum: Where are all of […]
‘In The Heights’ recently hit theaters and HBO Max, and I found it to be pure joy. For one, it perfectly encapsulates the feelings of being pulled in two directions and finding where you belong. For all of you preparing for your first year of college, current students, and alumni, Nina’s story can be incredibly relatable.
The Latinx community has COME OUT for ‘In the Heights’ as it hits theaters. And ‘In the Heights’ appears to be the one thing Latinas agree on – here are a dozen (a literal DOZEN) reviews from Latinas below and they all love it!