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Hilarious hits outnumber miserable misses enough to give Nacho Libre the same replay value as Napoleon, but “dynamite” it is not.
Mexico’s official entry for Best Foreign Language Film in 2004 finally gets a U.S theatrical release. This brutally honest and gripping film should not be missed, especially for the fine acting of young Carlos Padilla, though those squeamish about seeing 12-year-olds executed should probably stay away.
News Roundup: Aug. 27
HOLLYWOOD, Sept. 14, 2000 -- Maybe they should call Carlos Santana "King of the World." Just a few months after his veritable sweep of the Grammy Awards, Santana took three trophies, including the record of the year award for "Corazon Espinado," his duet with Mexican rock band Mana, at the newfangled Latin Grammys on Wednesday night in Los Angeles. "It feels like the first kiss," Santana said after winning. "It feels very natural and divine and human." The guitar god extraordinaire dedicated hi
HOLLYWOOD, June 1, 2000 -- Mambo-fied jazz great Tito Puente, who was the original Latin music explosion all by himself, died Wednesday in a New York hospital, it has been announced. He was a reported 77. Details on the death were not released. The five-time Grammy winner had been hospitalized briefly last month in Puerto Rico for an irregular heartbeat. The Cuban-born Puente played with and inspired the likes of Carlos Santana, George Shearing and Woody Herman. His 1946 hit said it all: "El Re
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From classic movie palaces to the state-of-the-art IMAX screens.