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In Godzilla: King of the Monsters, the Japanese monster will fight against three giant creatures. Will it save humankind from destruction?
Buzz Lightyear and Woody will be back in cinemas with Toy Story 4, which will be released on July 21st, 2019.
Yalitza Aparicio And Jorge Antonio Guerrero, the actors from Alfonso Cuaron’s Roma, are a breath of fresh air in media as it proves the upcoming issues of Vanity Fair and Vogue.
The Big Three have undeniably conquered Hollywood in the past few years, but there are other talented directors you should also watch. Here are 8 of the best Latin American filmmakers out there.
What can we do to open our mind to new perspectives of life? One easy way to do that is to include Latin American movies on our watch list.
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The Oscars recognize the best in the film industry, as long as it's in English. Would this Academy Awards recognize a film in a foreign language as Best Picture for the very first time? Could it be Cuarón’s “Roma” the one to perform that deed?