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A spoof of Mexican Westerns and Latin American telenovelas, Casa de mi padre is a truly bizarre entry in Will Ferrell’s filmography – a very broad, Spanish-language comedy that sends up a pair of genres few Anglophone viewers will have … Continue reading
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The Best view | Rudo y Cursi – Star players Diego Luna & Gael García Bernal team up for comic tale of soccer-playing siblings
Like Sunshine Cleaning, also released today, Rudo y Cursi is a story of squabbling siblings – and another film seeking to repeat the success of an earlier surprise hit. Back at the start of the decade, in the sexy, bittersweet … Continue reading
The Edinburgh Film Festival, the longest continually running film festival in the world, kicks off tonight with the UK premiere of Away We Go, a darkly funny road movie comedy from Sam Mendes. Following hard on the heels of his … Continue reading
Based on a novel by Nobel Prize-winning author José Saramago and directed by Brazilian filmmaker Fernando Meirelles (maker of City of God and The Constant Gardener), Blindness is a chilling parable set in an unnamed city stricken by an epidemic … Continue reading