Today Gael García Bernal celebrates his 45th birthday and we’re taking the day to re-watch some of his best performances.
Rooted in Honduran director Nicole Mejia’s perspective, “A Place in the Field” is a scrappy film with a deep sense of place and culture.
It’s a funny turn, seeing hapless Mexicans maneuver the attention of organized crime in Spain in “I Don’t Expect Anyone to Believe Me.”
“Scream” was the franchise that got me into horror movies but with Melissa Barrera’s firing and Jenna Ortega’s exit one day later, I’m out.
Twenty years ago, the dramatic thriller “21 Grams” came out in North American theaters, and became an emblematic work of modern cinema.
White supremacy is scary as fuck. It’s the evil idealogy powered by the colonial world order, creating a hierarchy of humans as if light skin can equate to worth rather than simply the absence of melanin. It makes no sense scientifically or even as a coherent ideology but it’s the archaic system we’re all living […]
“You Were My First Boyfriend” left me pondering my own adolescence. Watching it, I oscillated between being tickled, disturbed, and challenged.
We’ve got recommendations for some Latine horror films from classics to contemporary works guaranteed to shake you up at least a little.
“If You Were the Last” gives us a funny, sexy, and silly story, delivering a compelling treatise on love in all of its complicated glory.
Turns out, there’s a lot to learn from “Spy Kids: Armageddon,” the latest installment in Robert Rodriguez’s beloved franchise.