Review: The Incredibles 2

An incredibly sub-Parr sequel.

by Benjamín Harguindey

When Pixar’s The Incredibles (2004) ended 14 years ago with its family of superheroes springing into action nobody was actually banking on a sequel. The ending was just “here-we-go-again” routine: very much in line with the movie’s cheerfully passé zest, in which your average suburban middle-class nuclear family comprised of dad, mom, two kids and a baby17 goes through the motions of a sitcom in an effort to restrain their hero calling.

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Review: The Post (2017)

All the President’s Men: The Prequel

by Benjamín Harguindey

Before Watergate there was the Pentagon Papers, classified documents detailing the historical and military involvement of the United States in Vietnam for over 20 years. These were leaked and published by the New York Post and, more the point of this movie, by the Washington Post. It’s so much easier to root for the underdog, which was the case of the Post in 1971, when it was about to go public and was headed by the rare female editor.

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