Honestly, when it comes to a JLo rom-com like ‘Marry Me,’ Latinas’ responses are the only opinions we care about.
In #TheLatinaPress Issue 9, we welcome 2022 and say goodbye to 2021, looking back at our favorite films, podcasts, and year-end lists.
If you want to see Latinxs get heated, just bring up West Side Story. It’s a love it or hate it or hate to love it or love to hate it sort of thing and that means there was lots of digital ink spilled about Steven Speilberg’s re-make.
A Disney animated feature is always a big deal. But when it’s a banner number like the 60th release and the first in-theater feature since the start of the pandemic, it’s an even bigger deal. Of course, Encanto is particularly important for Latinxs – one of the rare ones to feature us. A magical realist […]
Based on one of the most epic Twitter threads of all time, ‘Zola’ (the film) is directed by a Latina Janizca Bravo and features Latino star Colman Domingo.
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.
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!
When Barry Jenkins (Moonlight, If Beale Street Could Talk) signed on to adapt Colson Whitehead’s Pulitzer-prize-winning Underground Railroad, we held back. We knew we’d need to hear what Black critics thought.
We admit it, we’ve been falling hard for Rutherford Falls. Created by Navajo and Mexican American Sierra Teller Ornelas, it’s rare to have a show that centers the modern Indigenous experience. It also happens to be funny, witty, and full of great performances. But honestly, who cares what we think? The real experts here are Indigenous women. So in a break from our traditional, What Latinas Have to Say, we’ve rounded up Native journalists covering the show.
It’s been weeks since Netflix dropped ‘Shadow and Bone’ and our feeds are still filled with hot takes. It premiered on the top-ten list and seems to have at least some staying power. Is ‘Shadow and Bone’ really that good? Or is it just the algorithm sweet spot of YA, fantasy, adventure, romance? Per usual, Latinas do not agree…