Abbott & Costello perform their opera.
Para el combate entre el filipono Manny Pacquiao y el mexicano Juan Manuel Márquez.
El divo de Juárez se presentó con éxito en el puerto de Acapulco.
Beth (Vinessa Shaw, “3:10 To Yuma”) and Francis (Ebon Moss-Bachrach, “Damages”), a happy young couple expecting their first child, have come to Mexico for a romantic getaway. Francis insists on venturing by boat to a more serene locale, Beth hesitantly agrees. As they dock on a sun-kissed beach where children are playing and giggling, everything seems perfect at first. But as they wander the strangely empty streets, an atmosphere of unease sets in: an abandoned hotel, a distress call that repeatedly echoes from a radio set, the sense of being watched…the sound of children’s laughter drifting through the streets, but no adults in sight. When Francis witnesses the violent death of an old man (Daniel Gimenez Cacho, “Bad Education”) at the hands of a smiling little girl, a day in paradise quickly turns into a struggle for survival. Francis must protect his very pregnant wife from a pack of murderous children and get the couple off the island alive. An unsettling theme drives the starkly simple plot of COME OUT AND PLAY, Belarus-born filmmaker Makinov’s horror production based on Juan Jose Plan’s 1976 Spanish film, El Juego De Ninos.
Based on the debut novel by Hunter S. Thompson, "The Rum Diary" tells the increasingly unhinged story of itinerant journalist Paul Kemp (Johnny Depp). Tiring of the noise and madness of New York and the crushing conventions of late Eisenhower-era America, Kemp travels to the pristine island of Puerto Rico to write for a local newspaper, The San Juan Star, run by downtrodden editor Lotterman (Richard Jenkins). Adopting the rum-soaked life of the island, Paul soon becomes obsessed with Chenault (Amber Heard), the wildly attractive Connecticut-born fiancee of Sanderson (Aaron Eckhart). Sanderson, a businessman involved in shady property development deals, is one of a growing number of American entrepreneurs who are determined to convert Puerto Rico into a capitalist paradise in service of the wealthy. When Kemp is recruited by Sanderson to write favorably about his latest unsavory scheme, the journalist is presented with a choice: to use his words for the corrupt businessmen's financial benefit, or use them to take the bastards down.
La Soga is an edgy, action-packed thriller set in the Dominican Republic and New York City. The film follows the personal journey of Luisito a.k.a. "La Soga," the son of a butcher turned government killer, who risks everything for justice. Inspired by true events, La Soga depicts corruption, brutality and one man's struggle to find redemption. In a poor neighborhood in the Dominican Republic where the streets are run by deported drug dealers, a modest butcher struggles to raise his sensitive ten year old son, Luisito. When Luisito witnesses the brutal murder of his father by a vicious criminal named Rafa (Paul Calderon), his life is forever altered.
Twenty years later, Luisito (Manny Perez) works for General Colon (Juan Fernandez), the head of the Dominican secret police. Colon preys on the impressionable Luisito's desire for revenge and transforms him into a heartless killer.
Into Luisito's world enters Jenny (Denise Quinones, Miss Universe 2001), a childhood sweetheart who left for New York shortly before Luisito's family tragedy. Unaware of his occupation, Jenny falls for the seemingly innocent Luisito. As Luisito investigates the General and unearths the greatest betrayal of all, he must find his own kind of justice, while dealing with the consequences of his own actions.
Born Jonathan French in Beverly Hills, California and orphaned at 3 months, this young boy was adopted by his Mexican nanny, Nena (Lupe Ontiveros) and step-father, E.J. (Danny Trejo) and raised to be a good, God-fearing Mexican with a love for ranchero music.
At age 33, in his "Jesus Year," and now known as Juan Frances, he is a gardener, valet-parker, short-order cook, nanny and janitor by day, but has been blessed by the Virgin of Guadalupe with the talent to sing like the angels. He takes his ranchero act from the small, half-empty soccer bars in East L.A., to a larger music festival audience where he is discovered and quickly swept into Mexican pop stardom.
Caught in the whirlwind of fame, Juan's everyman appearance and musical style undergo a celebrity make-over. He changes his name to "El Guero" and his songs for the working-class are transformed into heartless Reggaeton.
When the dark truth about Juan's history is revealed to him, he must look at himself and ask: Will he choose the Mexican man in his heart or the bald pink guy he sees in the mirror?
Juan Rivera da su versión de los hechos.
Juan Pablo's womanizing ways are discussed as well as his double standards.
After Juan Pablo stresses that he wants his private life to remain private, Catherine and Sean Lowe tell him that's not really how it works, on the "After the Final Rose" episode of The Bachelor.
Miguel Ponce irá al Mundial en sustitución de Juan Carlos Medina y espera poder ser titular y aportar a la Selección de México.
Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor was raised in a Bronx housing project by her mother, Celina, and her father, Juan. When she was 9 years old, her father, an alcoholic, died suddenly. Watch as Justice Sotomayor shares how her father's disease transformed her into a watchful child.
Todos se divirtieron jugando con la cuchara en Despierta América.
Jenni Rivera's brother breaks his silence on drugs, money and life in prison. In an interview with Azteca America, Juan Rivera admits he contemplated suicide after facing a life behind bars for drug trafficking. He admits he had drug dealers all over the city, selling cocaine, marijuana, crystal meth and heroin. Jenni's brother now knows one thing for sure, he doesn't want to go back to prison. For the full interview, tune in to Azteca America on August 4th.
Juan Castillo discusses his tough road to coaching. (11/21/11)
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