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De Iñárritu o la inesperada reflexión que provoca el triunfo ajeno.

La victoria de Birdman e Iñárritu en la 87va entrega de los premios Oscar puso a todo México a gritar de emoción y felicidad casi al mismo nivel que cuando nuestra mediocre selección de fútbol llega a octavos de final en un mundial. 723 more words

How Latinos stole the Oscars

OPINION

Who would have ever thought that Latinos would steal the civil rights Oscar thunder from the film “Selma” on Hollywood’s biggest night when the Academy Awards’ bleeding heart seemed stuck in the 1960s, what with a symbolic civil rights bridge on stage and sappy white guilt running rampant? 921 more words

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Replaying ' A Little Princess'

Growing up as a girl it is common for a father to call their daughter my princess. I, personally, didn’t allowed anyone to call me princess except my father. 1,543 more words

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“GRAVITY”: DRAMMA DI UNA DONNA NELLO SPAZIO.

Gravity è un film del 2013, diretto da Alfonso Cuaròn e interpretato da Sandra Bullock e George Clooney. Risulta difficile assegnargli un genere, in quanto potremmo definirlo un dramma spaziale o un lungometraggio di fantascienza. 1,714 more words

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Review: Children of Men (2006)

In 2006, I saw a trailer for a movie that looked pretty cool. It sold two things: a nearly-apocalyptic world and that world’s potential salvation in the form of a pregnant woman, the first in a 10 year period. 1,080 more words

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Children of Men (2006)

Many science fiction films opt either for immersive and expansive world building or for detailed character development and humanity. Children of Men, Alfonso Cuaron’s masterpiece, has both in spades. 203 more words

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Gravity (2013)

Director: Alfonso Cuarón

Starring: Sandra Bullock, George Clooney

Manned spaceflight: Still the safest way to travel. Aside from the tragic losses suffered through various training exercises, as well as the missions which encountered problems but still ended with the crew returning home to Earth safely, only four manned space missions have resulted in fatalities. 694 more words

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