2 Guns is every movie you've seen before.
And is "Make Sick O" the Best Mexi Slur Ever?
Laughter is a universal language; comedy isn't
No telling how many Mexican-American kids have seen Walkout, the movie directed by Edward James Olmos depicting a mass walkout by high school students in East Los Angeles in 1968. It just premiered on HBO Saturday March 18. (You can see the trailer here.) But I do find lots of references to it on My ... More >>
A worthy actor rides the bench in the listless Coach Carter
Three shows use the power of language to explore love, death and difference
After his younger brother died of AIDS, Joseluis Partida dedicated his life to warning people about the disease. But the politics of being gay and Hispanic made it tougher than he ever imagined.
Understaffed and overworked, public works inspectors prowl the streets for potholes
The great beyond and back again
Animated buddy film gets Road hard and put up wet
Hasta la you know what, baby
Nava paints a safe, pretty, and awfully pleasant portrait in Selena
Caught crafts a solid melodrama from a film-noir plot
The Perez Family and My Family chronicle the lives and dreams of immigrants
From the director of El Norte comes a modern classic about family, history, and survival