Villeneuve’s Dune is a masterpiece for its crafting process, but references to David Lynch’s picture are sometimes too obvious.
Now that we’re officially halfway through Hispanic Heritage Month, let’s look ahead at movies featuring Hispanic & Latine representation through the rest of 2021.
By having two of its most beloved characters go to space in a Pontiac Fiero attached to a rocket, among other antics, F9: The Fast Saga overwhelmingly achieves the task of out-crazy-ing its predecessors.
Cinderella has been adapted many times over, with the latest adaptation from Amazon sparking controversy over its girlboss agenda. But what of diversity? We rank some of the most popular adaptations for diversity.
The newest in a long line of Cinderella adaptations, Amazon’s Cinderella (2021) prizes girlbossification above the very story it tries to adapt.
At this time, there are 29 films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s epic multiverse of superheroes and villains. The MCU has become quite marvelous indeed, with Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings as the newest one. There are so many interwoven stories, themes, character arcs, timelines, and dimensions! In order to keep track of the MCU saga and figure out what to watch when, here’s a list of those that have come out — as well as what’s coming up! With links to the Incluvie movie – plus related articles and Incluvie scores.
Stand and Deliver is an inspirational classic from 1988 starring Edward James Olmos as Jaime Escalante, and his class of rag tag students in East Los Angeles. It’s the story of how a new teacher shows a motley group of students in the inner city with backgrounds as gang members, dishwashers, and mechanics — the power of self-determination. He teaches the teenagers to believe in themselves through algebra and calculus.
In ‘The Owl House’ protagonist Luz Noceda stumbles across a portal to another dimension where magic exists, called The Boiling Isles.
Lin-Manuel Miranda’s ‘Vivo’ is a children’s animated musical rich in Hispanic culture! The story follows a kinkajou as he delivers a love song for a friend.
For the most part, ‘Sweet Girl’ recycles tired hyper masculine revenge tropes, but a surprise twist in the end turns it into a female-centric revenge film.