Younger people may have been the deciding factor in many races, and while this fact has humbled the Republican Party, the Republicans will not change because they cannot alienate angry old people, who are the only Americans who reliably support the GOP.
Alejandro G. Iñárritu’s ‘Bardo: False Chronicle of a Handful of Truths’ and ‘Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio’ are currently playing in select theaters (check your local listings), with ‘Pinocchio’ streaming on Netflix December 9 and ‘Bardo’ December 16.
The Mexican actor’s advice on success and dealing with life’s challenges echoes a philosophy that isn’t so popular with today’s younger generations.
Productivity and the number of jobless people actively looking for work are falling—except among immigrants.
This story still stings, but I’ll tell it anyway.
By skipping through its emotional content for the sake of big-screen excitement and reinforcing a patriarchal message at the end, ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ ends up being just another mediocre addition to an ever-growing line of films and TV series that, just like a Big Mac, may be delicious and filling but isn’t fulfilling.
In a country as politically divided as the United States, the indecisive and easily swayed “swing voters”—many of whom are closeted right-wing conservatives to begin with—will always overrule more principled and well-informed voters.
I may have been born a Honduran-Puerto Rican, but my culture is a whole lot wider than that. I’m made of parts stolen from people outside of the culture I was born into.
Republicans have railed against Obamacare, the changing of the names of D.C.’s football team and Cleveland’s baseball team, and, most recently, the so-called stolen election of 2020 — all of which turned out to be a whole lot of nothing. What will they rage against next?
November is a huge month for Latin American and Latino cinema in this country, beginning this week with the theatrical release of Alejandro Loayza Grisi’s visually stunning feature debut ‘Utama’ and Lorenzo Vigas’ ‘The Box.’
“Our lyrics reflect emotions of frustration and depression as much as they reflect romance and love,” says Miguel Gama, bass player for the Chicago-based Latin alternative band Rai. The band’s first full-length album, ‘El Vacio,’ releases on Friday, November 4.
The new full-length album by the Zurich-based band, Hermanos Gutiérrez, reflects a wonderful dichotomy of symmetry in motion.