10 Great Mexican Movies And How To Watch Them

Amores Perros (2000) – Alejandro Gonzalez Innaritu

Ah, love is a bitch, ain’t it?

Well, at least to Alejandro Gonzalez Innarito, it is, because that’s what the title Amores Perros translates to. In this psychological drama film, Amores Perros follows three distinct stories, all of which are connected by a car accident in Mexico City. One centers on a teenager in the slums, another on a model who hurts her leg, and the other with a mysterious hitman, with dogs appearing in all three.

I sort of think of this film as the predecessor to films like Crash, where there are several different storylines but all of them have something to do with one big event. And honestly, it’s such a great example of that. Each of the stories in of themselves are compelling and have characters that you are interested about, but the real draw is that you get to see everything come together beautifully to tie into the same event.

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Alicia Vikander Was So Nervous For One Blue Bayou Scene That She Was Literally Shaking

As Justin Chon noted in our conversation, the scene wasn’t really about Alicia Vikander’s Kathy sounding great, but instead the Oscar winner being able to use the moment to express an emotional statement about her connection with Chon’s Antonio. In essence, Vikander having a great voice was just a huge bonus, and it earned her a wonderful response from the crew. Chon recounted,

Grease’s Eddie Deezen Arrested After Assaulting Police Officers

The incident occurred at a restaurant in LaVale, Maryland, according to the report run by TMZ. For an unspecified reason, Eddie Deezen was “causing a scene” at said restaurant and asked to leave. Deezen refused, even when law enforcement had arrived to escort him from the premises. Before his arrest, the actor assaulted the officers called to the scene via throwing objects at his eventual captors.

Kristen Stewart Recalls Why Her Decision To Play Princess Diana Felt ‘Irresponsible’ When She Said ‘Yes’

He called me on the phone. At first I hadn’t read the script yet, and he proposed this idea and said he was doing this sort of weird tone poem about Diana, and asked whether or not I would be interested in tackling the subject at all, before he sent the script. Kind of without thinking, very irresponsibly, I said ‘Yes, absolutely.’

Cry Macho Streaming: How To Watch The New Clint Eastwood Movie

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There are few actors, directors, or Hollywood icons who have brought audiences to movie houses around the world more so than Clint Eastwood. Whether it’s starring in iconic westerns like The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly, directing hard-hitting crime dramas like Mystic River, or doing both with the likes of Unforgiven, Eastwood continues to provide moviegoers with memorable experiences. The same can be said about his latest effort Cry Macho, the gritty neo-western about an ex-rodeo star who is hired to go find and bring back his former boss’ son from Mexico. But unlike the rest of Eastwood’s previous releases, you can watch Cry Macho streaming from the comfort of your own home — and here’s how.

Disney World Is Ending Rise Of The Resistance’s Virtual Queue Just Before It Adds A New Attraction

When Rise of the Resistance first launched at Disneyland and and at Disney’s Hollywood Studios it was Disney Parks’ most anticipated attraction in years. And so, in order to deal with what was expected to be massive demand, it implemented a new Virtual Queue system. Rather than simply getting in line, or getting a FastPass+ return time, guests had to request their place in line via an app, and wait to be notified when it was time to return and actually get in line. There was no Standby Line option, and since FastPass was never offered on the ride, if you couldn’t get a virtual queue return time, you simply couldn’t get on the ride at all, but that will change beginning September 22.

Today Disney World announced that on September 22 the virtual queue will be “paused” and that instead, guests will be able to simply get in a traditional standby line in order to experience the attraction. The timing of the decision is interesting because barely more than a week later, on October 1, Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure will open at Epcot, and it’s already announced that the ride will use the virtual queue system when it opens.

More to come…

Disneyland Resort’s New Imagineer-Designed Tenaya Stone Spa Is An Attraction With A Story All Its Own

Part of that focus inward, and downward, includes looking down at the floor itself. The floor is wood, but rather than being wood planks, it’s made up of wood rounds. By being able to see these rounds, including the rings, there’s a stronger connection to the tree’s life and its history. There’s also, not coincidently, the opportunity to throw in more than few hidden Mickeys.

Brie Larson Has Abs For Days As Nia DaCosta’s The Marvels Films

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Phase Four of the Marvel Cinematic Universe is currently in full swing, and there are a number of highly anticipated projects currently in the works. This includes Nia DaCosta’s The Marvels, which will serve as Brie Larson’s second starring vehicle. And Larson has abs for days as The Marvels is filming.

Dune’s Denis Villeneuve Talks Star Wars And Being A Movie Fanboy At Heart

Director Denis Villeneuve has built a special reputation in Hollywood. As the director of movies like Arrival, Blade Runner 2049, and the upcoming Dune, he’s a director of science fiction movies, but also of a certain type of science fiction movie. Villeneuve makes “smart” sci-fi, a more esoteric cerebral type of sci-fi that we don’t see as often on the big screen. It’s made the director a darling of awards season year after year, something which may happen yet again this year with Dune. Villeneuve says that his reputation as an intellectual filmmaker is one that he himself has tried to cultivate, but the reality is he’s just a Star Wars nerd like the rest of us.

James Wan Explains How Aquaman Influenced Malignant

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James Wan made his name in horror launching franchises like Saw and The Conjuring, before being handed to the reins to major studio franchises like Fast & Furious and Aquaman. While Wan has shown he’s more than capable of doing things outside of horror, he’s continued to return to the genre after making his major tentpole movies, and it seems that’s been a purposeful choice. Wan says the major way that Aquaman influenced his decision to make his new film, Malignant, was that after making the CGI heavy action movie he wanted to do something about as far from that as possible.