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San Diego Latino Film Festival

By on Feb 29, 2016 in Arts, Arts & Culture, Community, Features, Festivals, Film, Scene

The 23rd annual San Diego Latino Film Festival will take place from March 10-20, 2016 and will be held at both AMC Fashion Valley 18 and Digital Gym CINEMA North Park. The Media Kick-Off party was held at the Quad Ale House in downtown San Diego on February 25th and everyone had a blast catching up with filmmakers and movers and shakers of the film community. A great event to have in San Diego, especially being that San Diegans reside next to a border town that is rich in culture.

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Sisters – Film Review

By on Dec 19, 2015 in Arts & Culture, Film

The movie genre of forty something women coming of age has hardly been touched in Hollywood. Wait… that’s because older women should have their lives figured out while living in their white-picket fenced homes along with their beautiful Christmas card worthy family. Therefore the movies that could fall into that category are almost absolute. Sisters takes that notion and flips it on its’ head, giving viewers a funny, authentic and fresh look at women trying to find themselves while having a blast on top of it.

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Film Review: “Furious 7”

By on Apr 3, 2015 in Arts & Culture, Film

RATING: The outrageously fast movie, Furious 7, speeds through and takes over 2015 box office and continues to break down all laws known to physics with 137 minutes of logic-defying action sequences. As expected, this latest installment to the Fast & Furious franchise is fun, exciting, and over-the-top. Admittedly, I was wide-eyed and on the edge of my seat during a number of crazy stunts. There are two connecting threads in between the adrenaline infused scenes that connects us with the characters and allows us to become emotionally invested in them. Letty’s (Michelle Rodriguez) memory loss creates tension between her and Dominic (Vin Diesel). It makes us feel that “the family” is broken in ways that cannot be easily fixed. It gives an underlying feeling of desperation. Brian’s (Paul Walker) difficulty of adapting to home life away from danger...

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