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There are a lot of movie all over the world, some left in distribution limbo, some others left unsubtitled, so this is my attempt at making some sort of comprehensive list of what I thought was great… with some surprises, like last year.
Juan jokes. Don’t you love ’em. I do. So that’s why my first full year of cataloging almost everything I saw and read this year gets a Juan joke instead of one. ONE WHOLE...
Tired of his ruling of the grim Land of the Forgotten, Xibalba makes a wager with Catrina, the ruler of the colorful Land of the Remembered, on a visit to the Land of the Living on the Day of the Dead where they meet the son of a local hero and the musical son of a bullfighting family, both in love with the same girl.
I’ve put together a list of films that you are likely to, at least, be able to enjoy even if you’re not sold on musicals.
Experiencing movies within different cultures can be an overwhelming adventure.
Instead of reviewing my favorite films of the past decade (2000-09) for The LAMB’s Foreign Chops: Best of the 2000s, I wanted to list them all.
The second trailer for August: Osage County has been released.
Danny Boyle’s highly-awaited Opening Ceremony at the London 2012 has come and gone, and I sat there thinking what other directors’ Olympic ceremonies would look like.
In honor of this week’s Juanes MTV Unplugged Latino show, which includes a pretty darn awesome duet of Juanes with Brazil’s Paula Fernandes and their song Hoy Me Voy, Rodrigo and I picked our Top10 Favorite MTV Unplugged Latino Duets… for like, EVER.
Before Colombian Juanes was asking God, he told us to look where we’re stepping~