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  1. Damon Lindelof Discusses Binge Watching

    03.24 / 10:23 latino-review.com Latino-review.com - TV&Movies
    The Wrap recently sat down with Damon Lindelof, showrunner for the HBO series The Leftovers. The show recently sent six episodes out for critics to view and comment upon which brought about some comments from Damon about binge watching television. “I am old school. And not just because I agree with Joss Whedon about everything. Never before in the history of the English language has ‘binge’ been associated with something healthy or productive. Just because there is an entire can of Pringle…
  2. Brett Ratner Speaks Out Against Rotten Tomatoes

    03.24 / 08:10 latino-review.com Latino-review.com - TV&Movies
    I hate Rotten Tomatoes today. The fact that they made me agree with Brett Ratner on anything makes my blood boil. Entertainment Weekly recently spoke with Mr. Ratner, director of movies such as Rush Hour, X-Men: The Last Stand, and Red Dragon, and asked him his thoughts on why films like Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice failed. That film, which Brett Ratner was a producer on, received a Rotten Tomatoes score of 27%, leading some to speculate that the site discouraged people from seeing …
  3. Star Wars: Han Solo Details, Plus Episode 9 Won’t Be The Last Film, Not By A Long Shot

    03.23 / 23:25 latino-review.com Latino-review.com - TV&Movies
    As much as we sometimes hate to admit it, Disney isn’t really in the business of making one-and-done stories. Yes, it’s always great to get out of one’s comfort zone and watch stories that take real creative risks, but that isn’t always the business Disney is doing. When the conglomerate bought Lucasfilm a few years back, it was clear that they wanted to utilize the Star Wars brand to the fullest extent.In the time since then, we have seen the release of two amazing films, Star Wars: The Fo…
  4. Star Wars: The Last Jedi Will Not Be Changed In Light Of Carrie Fisher’s Passing

    03.23 / 23:25 latino-review.com Latino-review.com - TV&Movies
    The passing of an actor is always a difficult thing to deal with when it happens prior to the finish of a production. There is no cut-and-dry way to deal with it, and in the past, studios and filmmakers have taken different measures to help hide the fact that their actor was unable to complete reshoots. With the case of Philip Seymour Hoffman in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, some made changes to the script work around the footage they had shot already. In the case of Furious Seven, they…
  5. Alien: Covenant - This Haunting New Poster Is Downright Biblical

    03.23 / 22:14 latino-review.com Latino-review.com - TV&Movies
    The Alien franchise has always seemed to have a Biblical feel to it. It’s always tampered with the ideas of creation, life, and the horrors it brings along with it. This theme was amplified in Prometheus, with the archaeologists on board the titular ship. Their main mission revolves around discovering and finding the motivations behind the Engineers. Even the on-board android in that film, David, has a bit of a human complex, who seems embittered by the idea that humans created him because …
  6. Stephen King’s IT: New Image Shows Iconic Scene With Pennywise In The Storm Drain

    03.23 / 21:12 latino-review.com Latino-review.com - TV&Movies
    This past year has seen an amazing return to form for horror/thrillers, with a heavy emphasis on the “thriller” aspect. However, if you’ve been in search for a more traditional horror, where the emphasis more on the psyche and general concept, then you can do little better than Stephen King’s IT. At least, that’s what we hope. The book itself is a bona fide classic, and like any adaptation, we can only hope the film manages to live up to expectations.Of course, the key to any horror film is…
  7. Justice League: Batman Gets His Own Teaser & Poster

    03.23 / 21:12 latino-review.com Latino-review.com - TV&Movies
    Earlier this morning, Warner Bros decided to kick things into overdrive. For a few weeks now, outlets and fans alike have been speculating as to when we could expect a new Justice League trailer. Way the hell back last year, many outlets were shown footage from the upcoming superhero teamup flick, and on the heels of that widely publicized set visit, we were treated to a San Diego Comic-Con sizzle reel that showed off the new, lighter tone. Admittedly, at the time, there was very little …