Tag: Mexico

REVIEW: Memory (2022)

The next entry in the Liam Neeson generic action film lineup, Memory, unceremoniously blasted onto screens this weekend. For those enthralled by the current trajectory of Neeson’s career, with films like Taken, Blacklight, Non-Stop, and Honest Thief becoming the norm, this film delivers exactl...

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A Decade of Pixar: Coco (2017)

Virginia: Welcome back to A Decade of Pixar, our series in which we review the last 10 years of the illustrious studio’s films. Today we’ll be taking a look at Coco, 2017’s Day of the Dead celebration packed with heart and with laughs to spare. Much like Inside Out and, surprisingly, Cars 3, C...

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Oscar Nominated Alfonso Cuarón Abuses Mexican Taxpayers’ Funds and Film Incentives

Alfonso Cuarón’s latest film Roma, distributed through Netflix, has had a series of production problems and scandals, especially during the last couple of months of 2018, starting with a robbery during the filming of the movie in 2016 in a high-risk neighborhood of Mexico City. This, of cours...

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