Just a Mexican guy who loves movies.
Virtual premiere @ Sundance.
The word “timely” is so overused and misused nowadays for movies that aren’t even timely at all. This is actually one that earns it for all the wrong reasons. Because things haven’t changed much. We keep seeing this crimes against African Americans by police and people on high positions... makes you wonder have we even made any progress at all? Maybe not.
Powerful performances from kaluuya, lakeith and fisher. Kaluuya is truly one of the best…
Sundance film festival virtual screening
God damn it. How can I watch more Sundance movies after this?
I fucking loved this. Passing is the directorial debut of Rebecca Hall and it tells the story of two light skinned black women. One decided to live her normal life and the other one decided to live her life living secretly as a white Woman.
One day they cross paths after many years of not seeing or knowing anything about each other. Then…
Let me just start saying that Latinos don't get many mainstream movies with Latin centric stories very often. Let alone big or lead characters for Latin actors. very rare. Name a big movie with Latin actors in the past year? yeah.. I cant think of any.
Then comes WB/James Wan trying to bring an urban legend that literally almost every Mexican knows to the big screen. Not only that but will be somehow connected and part of the conjuring universe.…
but 😳 this is amazing.
Thomasin McKenzie is a fucking star.
Scarlett coming for her first very overdue nom? MAYBE
Taika you crazy mf only you can make this work.
EDIT 09/09/2019: So it premiered at TIFF. I guess I can finally speak about it? I fucking loved it. And yes I understand some will think its offensive and I wont try to argue that but I will say don't let the premise make you not want to watch…