‘Blue Miracle’ Review- An Encouraging Family Film

‘Blue Miracle‘ is a Netflix family film directed by Julio Quintana who co-wrote the script with Chris Dowling. It tells the true story of Cabo’s Casa Hogar orphanage who won a fishing tournament to help their facilities. Omar (Jimmy Gonzales) and his wife Becca (Fernanda Urrejola) run the Casa Hogar orphanage in Cabo, Mexico that…

‘In Other Words’ Review- A Charming Rom-Com

Directed by Patrick Perez Vidauri who also co-produced it with screenwriter Cristina Nava, ‘In Other Words‘ is an independent romantic comedy from LuxIII Pictures. True Andrews (Bryan McClure) has created “Compatible,” a dating app with his business partner Benny (Rishi Arya) and lawyer Kiki (Joe Nunez). Despite True’s fear of speaking to beautiful women and…

Movie Review- The Last Laugh

The Last Laugh is a Netflix original movie directed and written by Greg Pritikin. While it is billed and advertised as a comedy, it seems to be more about the entertainment industry than an exercise as a comedy film. Al Hart (Chevy Chase) is a retiring celebrity agent looking who feels he still has some…

9 Movies With Troubled Histories

When a film comes out, we sometimes do not think of the process that goes into it. While some films can get to the editing floor with only a little bit of drama, some films have trouble just getting the cameras rolling. There are a lot more than you think. As a film history amateur, I…

Interview with freelance writer Mary Ramirez

Those of you who have followed me for a while know that I do not trust the mainstream media, so I turn to news organizations like TheBlaze. That is why I am excited to interview Mary Ramirez, freelance writer, journalist, columnist, and contributor to The Chris Salcedo Show on TheBlaze radio. She also blogs on…

Movie Review- Nacho Libre

Co-written and directed by Jared Hess, Paramount Pictures and Nickelodeon brings us the 2006 comedy film ‘Nacho Libre,’ very loosely based on the life of Rev. Sergio Gutiérrez Benítez from Mexico. I am unfamiliar with the true story, so I will focus on the film itself.  Originally an orphan himself, Friar Ignacio (Jack Black) works…