The story: Gael (José Zuñiga), a Latin-American writer travels to Isla de Roatán, Honduras to finish his novel and finds love at first sight. Sofia and her father missed their cruise and are forced to …
The story: Diana, princess of the Amazons, trained to be an unconquerable warrior. Raised on a sheltered island paradise, when an American pilot crashes on their shores and tells of a massive conflict raging in …
In Coco, Miguel (voice of newcomer Anthony Gonzalez), despite his family’s baffling generations-old ban on music, dreams of becoming an accomplished musician like his idol, Ernesto de la Cruz (voice of Benjamin Bratt). Desperate to …
I’ve known Al Coronel for many years and I’ve watched him work really hard on his craft. It is sure paying off. This past year has seen him very busy with a recurring role on …
The Shack plays like the book it was based on. For a faith-based film, it doesn’t feel like your usual brimstone and fire story. The approach they took on this film would make an …
Synopsis: For years, old wood carver Mr. Meacham (Robert Redford) has delighted local children with his tales of the fierce dragon that resides deep in the woods of the Pacific Northwest. To his daughter, Grace (Bryce Dallas Howard), who works as a forest ranger, these stories are little more than tall tales…until she meets Pete (Oakes Fegley).
We have two copies to giveaway, the Blu-Ray™ Combo Pack, DVD available June 14 and Digital HD is available now.
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We’ll draw the winners at 8A (PT) on Thursday, JUNE 16.
Odalys Nanin is more than an award-winning playwright and producer. She is MACHA THEATRE (Mujeres Women Advancing Culture, History & Art).
After knowing her for many years, I finally sat down with her to talk about all the different hats she has worn in her career; and we had a lively conversation.
The theatre is collaborating this June with the Hollywood Fringe festival–LA’s largest celebration of the performing arts.
Nanin is setting the stage for theatrical excellence, bringing (back by popular demand) on Macha Theatre’s stage the Landmark Lesbian play, Skin of Honey, which opens June 11, 2016 as part of the Fringe One City One Pride.
Now sit back and listen in. — A.O.
There’s a lot to like of Warcraft, visually it’s fantastic! For gamers and fanboys, they will enjoy that. And it holds up fine as a stand-alone movie for those who aren’t familiar with the game.
The storyline is interesting even thought the dialogue at times seemed cheesy. And I can see a sequel in the near future.
We got to sit in on a press conference with some of the actors and the director, who talked about the whole process of making the film. And you can listen to it here.
We also took part in a friendly soccer match in celebration of the release of Warcraft and LA Copa America Centenario. The event took place at the Boys and Girls Club of East Los Angeles, where the kids colored and recreated some of the characters of the film; and they built their own interpretation of a castle too.
The stars of the film are: Travis Fimmel, Paula Patton, Dominic Cooper, Ben Schnetzer, Ruth Negga, Toby Kebbell, Rob Kazinsky, Clancy Brown, Daniel Wu and directed by Duncan Jones.
©2016 Angela María Ortíz S.
If you liked the first Conjuring, you are going to love this one; and it should be seen on the large screen with a movie audience.
I think The Conjuring 2 does its job and more. I personally jumped at least three times that I can remember.
In this film, the Warren’s, travel to north London to help a single mother raising four children alone in a house plagued by malicious spirits. And it’s one of their most terrifying paranormal investigations.
We got to talk to the actors (Vera Farmiga, Patrick Wilson, Frances O’Connor, and Madison Wolfe), and filmmakers (writers Carey Hayes, Chad Hayes, David Leslie Johnson, director James Wan, and producer Peter Safran) about the making of this new film. And now you can listen on the conversations.
The film also stars newcomers Lauren Esposito, Patrick McAuley, Benjamin Haigh, Maria Doyle Kennedy, Simon Delaney, Franka Potente, and Simon McBurney.
It’s an awesome fright! — A.O.
Photos: ©2016 Angela María Ortíz S.
Luis Guzmán, actor and youth advocate, has a new film opening on June 10, Puerto Ricans in Paris. A few of us got to talk to him about the film and why he wanted to do this project. We also talked about his thoughts on Latinos and Hollywood. The conversation was fantastic and we didn’t want to stop. It took place at the Boys and Girls Club of East Los Angeles, which was a perfect location for doing this with Luis.
Now you can listen in on the conversation with the hiccups and all. And we hope you’ll enjoy it.
The plot: NYPD detectives Luis (Luis Guzmán) and Eddie (Edgar Garcia) visit Paris to help a gorgeous French designer Colette (Alice Taglioni) catch the black market thief who’s ripped off her new handbag design. Also starring Rosario Dawson, Rosie Perez, Miriam Shor, Frédéric Anscombe, and directed by Ian Edelman.
Guzmán returns this fall in CBS’ second season of Code Black.
The film will be available On Demand, Digital HD and in theaters June 10. — A.O.