5 TV Shows To Watch in 2017

by Lisa Nieri

2017 just arrived and it bring new seasons of our favorite shows. Here’re 5 shows which are getting reloaded this year that we’re waiting with all our hype.

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Review: Resident Evil: The Final Chapter (2016)

This one’s for all the marbles.

by Benjamín Harguindey

The Resident Evil movie series comes to its belated end with Resident Evil: The Final Chapter (2016) – not with a bang but a whimper. This videogame movie makes Assassin’s Creed look like Lawrence of Arabia by comparison.

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Review: Why Him? (2016)

Why God Why?

Yes, It’s January. The midst of it to be precise and I have kickstarted my 2017 moviegoing experience with a Christmas/romantic/comedy movie starting Bryan Cranston and James Franco. It wasn’t my choice, I was hypnotized, tied up, a gun was held against my head and if I didn’t oblige I was gonna see the face of god.

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Review: Lion (2016)

by Joanna van der Veen

If you go and see Lion (2016), here is a piece of advice: bring tissues. Lots of them. This film is a tear-jerker, by turns heart-breaking and heart-warming, and it faultlessly snares your emotional investment from its very first scene.

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Review: Subte-Polska (2015)

Argentine indie filmmaking at its cutest.

by Benjamín Harguindey

Subte-Polska (2015) is about the renaissance of a 90 year-old elder, one Tadeusz (Héctor Bidonde), who stops taking certain pills and rediscovers himself in a physical, mental and spiritual plain. It’s a pretty feel-good movie, written and directed by Alejandro Magnone with a tenderness that would be unbearable were the script not to include a little bit of sly mischief as well.

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Review of HBO’s Westworld

Forget about Game of Thrones.

by Alejandro Turdó

Forget about Game of Thrones, Jon Snow or who kicked the bucket in Westeros. HBO’s best series of 2016 had nothing to do with kingdoms and battlefields, but more about cowboys and artificial inteligence… and some revealing insights on the inherent human condition.

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William Peter Blatty: A Retrospective

The power of Blatty compelled us.

by Benjamín Harguindey

Writer and film director William Peter Blatty – best known as the author of The Exorcist (1973) – passed away on the night of Thursday 12th at the age of 89, reported his friend William Friedkin, whom he called “a dear friend and brother“.

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