An old dying man travels to Mexico to give his pet pig a good home, but changes his mind & is joined by his estranged daughter to find a better home.
A man & orphans team up with a has-been boat captain in the hope of winning a fishing derby so they can save their orphanage.
In a fishing competition a has-been boat captain teams with the head of an orphanage & several boys to win the prize that will save them all.
Frida tells the story of the Mexican artist’s bizarre relationship with husband Diego Rivera, her pain filled life, Communist beliefs, and blind devotion to Joseph Stalin.
The true story of the 17th century Mexican poet/nun Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz who ran afoul of the archbishop because of her writings championing the rights of women & popular plays regarded as too sexual.
The US drug enforcement agents start a war among the Mexican drug lords by kidnapping the daughter of one of the most powerful, initiating a series of bloody encounters.
A Mexican boy, against his family’s wishes wanting to be a musician, enters the realm of the dead on the Day of the Dead in a quest to fulfill his dream.
I wish every American would see this film about Honduran refugees. Click the image to read my entire review.
A woman FBI agent is troubled by the ethics of a special unit she has been assigned to, her colleagues shooting to kill & using torture to obtain evidence.
In the mid-80s a homophobic electrician changes his terrible ways when he is diagnosed as HIV positive and sets up a buyers club to obtain and distribute drugs to combat AIDS for himself and the gay community.