TV & Movies for Girls


Atlantis: The Lost Empire’s Audrey Ramirez

Warning: Spoilers ahead We have Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, Snow White, Ariel, Belle, Jasmine, Pocahontas, Mulan, Tiana, Rapunzel, Merida, and now Elsa and Anna. These gals are the most prominent faces for young girls and their Disney princess movie infatuations. These animated women transform into their role models and embody what they foresee as beauty and… Read more


Review: Book of Life

Director Jorge Gutierrez and producer Guillermo Del Toro center the story plot, animation and characters on Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, a traditional Mexican holiday, which is celebrated on November 1 throughout Latin America. This festivity celebrates the lives of loved ones who have passed away with parties and activities that serve to… Read more

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An Aspiring Star

During our annual Hispanic Heritage Month celebrations, we invite Latinitas volunteers, writers, and interns to share their thoughts on Latina entertainment, role models, and what culture means to them . Here’s what Kenia Guerrero had to say about her favorite actress, Sara Ramirez.  I’m not interested in medicine, but about 6 years ago I found… Read more


Review: Rio 2

As a sequel to the first “Rio” movie, this movie takes place three years later when Blu and his three kids with Jewel, another macaw, returns. Their “humans,” or owners, Tulio and Linda discover the flock from which Jewel comes from. They thought that their macaws were the only ones left in the world. As… Read more


Review: The Lego Movie

Watching the previews to this movie, one may think that this is merely another movie for little kids—preferably boys. However, being that this movie is about Legos, it also caught the attention of those who are older as well—even teenagers. Most teenagers, even girls, play with Legos! Legos are a part of many teens’ childhood,… Read more


Do You Wanna Buy a Snowman?

Do you wanna buy a snowman? Now you can with the new DVD release of Frozen. Disney’s new animated feature has captured audiences internationally. Overall, Frozen earned more than 368.6 million dollars in the box office and re-released a sing-along version in theaters. Now the time has come to bring Frozen into your home. For those who have… Read more


Top 5 Christmas Movies

Christmas is approaching and what better way to set the move than to snuggle up with a Christmas classic. Here are five Christmas classics that are guaranteed to make this holiday season just a bit warmer.  So huddle up with the relatives and pass the time with five of the best Christmas movies ever made!… Read more


“Under The Same Moon”–A Political Film in Disguise

“When are you coming?” A black-haired boy asks over a pay phone. You have 10 seconds left. “Carlitos, I love you so much! A woman replies, crying. “I love you more than all the stars, all the earth and—” BEEP–Insert more coins. Rosario (Kate Del Castillo) stands in a Los Angeles neighborhood. She holds the… Read more


How to Become a Successful Filmmaker

When I was sixteen, I jumped into the film festival circuit. I had no idea of what to expect as a young filmmaker in a group of other talented film directors that have pushed their films for several years. Not only was I the youngest filmmaker in some festivals, but I would be the only Latina… Read more

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Movie: Bless Me, Ultima

Blessed by Ultima By Cemelli De Aztlan It’s rare to call a movie a blessing, but in this case, it truly is. The recently banned book– “Bless Me, Ultima”- by Rodolfo Anaya has defied censorship and has propelled itself onto the cinematic scene. Re-birthed through film, “Bless Me, Ultima” accomplishes what it did many years… Read more

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