• Diego Boneta Explains Why ‘New Order' Is His First Mexican Film

    5 days ago - By The Wrap

    For “New Order” star Diego Boneta, Michel Franco's TIFF entry is a first for many reasons. Mainly, it's his first Mexican film - previously, he had been told by the Mexican film industry that he wasn't “Mexican enough” to star in Mexican films.
    “This is a special one for me because it's my first Mexican movie,” Boneta told TheWrap's Beatrice Verhoeven. “Being from Mexico, and having moved here almost 14 years ago, my career didn't take the conventional path of doing Mexican films and then going to the States. It was quite the opposite - my first film was in the U.S. with ‘Rock of Ages.'...
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  • Robert Pattinson And Tom Holland's New Netflix Movie Is Out Today, Here's What The Critics Think

    Robert Pattinson And Tom Holland's New Netflix Movie Is Out Today, Here's What The Critics Think

    5 days ago - By Cinéma Blend

    The new Netflix film has a killer cast, but is it worth your time?
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  • The Quarantine Stream: ‘Making Waves: The Art of Cinematic Sound' is Fundamental for Film Fiends

    The Quarantine Stream: ‘Making Waves: The Art of Cinematic Sound' is Fundamental for Film Fiends

    5 days ago - By Slash Film

    (Welcome to The Quarantine Stream , a new series where the /Film team shares what they've been watching while social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic.)
    The Movie : Making Waves: The Art of Cinematic Sound
    Where You Can Stream It : Amazon Prime
    The Pitch : Film may be considered a visual medium first and foremost, but let's not forget how sound innovated the art of motion pictures and continues to advance cinema to this very day. The documentary Making Waves: The Art of Cinematic Sound talks to some of cinema's most influential filmmakers and expert sound designers to ensure you...
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  • ‘New Order' Film Review: A Political Horror Moment Gets Its Political Horror Movie

    6 days ago - By The Wrap

    Mexican director Michel Franco's “New Order” , a Venice prize-winner now screening at the Toronto International Film Festival, is a shocking and horrifying film, but it's the kind one hopes will shock and horrify the right people.
    Much like last year's “Parasite,” this is a movie about wealth that is no doubt attuned to specific realities in its country of origin while also addressing issues that are thoroughly global. And if those issues aren't addressed, Franco's film warns, the results could be catastrophic.
    “New Order” opens with quick, random cuts of violence, and hospital patients...
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