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No Review

With No Rather than labouring the potential dramatic political thriller approach, which had it been a Hollywood product it certainly would have, director Pablo Larraín chooses to take a smart and frankly refreshingly route handling bleak true life events in a slyly humorous and breezier manner. 511 more words


Casa De Mi Padre Review

Hoping for a way to save their father’s ranch, the Alvarez brothers (Will Ferrell and Diego Luna) find themselves at war with a feared drug lord (Gael Garcia Bernal).  352 more words


Amores Perros (2010)

Summary:  Life’s a bitch“, “Loves lost” and “Very bad love affairs” all appear when searching for a translation of the film’s title, which tells the story of three people who have no other connection than all being involved in a fatal car accident in Mexico City.  281 more words

World Cinema

Gael García Bernal explora la tragedia de un inmigrante en ‘Who is Dayani Cristal?’

Al igual que su mejor amigo Diego Luna, Gael García Bernal explora el tema de la inmigración en este país a través de un nuevo proyecto cinematográfico. 305 more words


Review - Casa De Mi Padre (2012)

Here’s a movie with Will Ferrell and it’s in Spanish – that’s the primary joke for this entire film. I knew this so I gave it a shot like everyone else will or won’t based on the same information. 340 more words


Blindness Review

Blindness (2008) directed by Fernando Meirellas, starring Mark Ruffalo, Julianne Moore, Gael García Bernal and Danny Glover. This is based on the novel Ensaio Sobre a Cegueira… 804 more words

Movie Reviews


A pleasant surprise from attending the Grand Rapids Latin American film festival was discovering this gem of a film. No is about the campaign to end the reign of the Chilean dictator Pinochet in 1989. 173 more words