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Fabian Garcia

Linguist. Biologist. Shrek 2 is the best film ever. It’s cinematic poetry. It’s a masterpiece. Jennifer Saunders’s version of “I Need a Hero” is better than the original. Films are my refuge and allow me to escape life, even if it’s just for a little bit.

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Damien Chazelle: An Exploration of Sacrifices and Dreams

Damien Chazelle’s Whiplash, La La Land and First Man are all explorations of how sacrifices and hardships ignite the passion needed to achieve our dreams.

The Five Best Films by Denis Villeneuve, Ranked

A list of the five best films by Denis Villeneuve, ranked from worst to best from good to mind-blowing in honor of Dune’s release!

BPM (Beats Per Minute): Film Review

In BPM (Beats Per Minute), writer-director Robin Campillo exposes France’s lack of action during the HIV and AIDS crisis, taking us on a heart-rending journey with an activist group that raises hell.

Granada Nights: Film Review

Granada Nights’ story is nothing we haven’t seen before, but with the help of new friends and a beautiful city to explore, there’s enough to keep us invested in this emotional journey.

Sin La Habana: Anything for a New Home (Miami Film Festival Review)

Sin La Habana dives into the life of an afro-Cuban couple willing to go through great lengths to escape the never-ending despotism in their beloved country.

The Five Best Films by Taika Waititi, Ranked

No one is emotionally prepared for what Taika Waititi cleverly crafts in each of his movies. From Eagle vs Shark to Jojo Rabbit, here are the five best films from the director, ranked.

Arrival (Review): Language at its Finest

In Arrival, Denis Villeneuve revolutionizes the sci-fi genre with a story that contemplates the nature of time and communication in this moving, yet ingenious film.

Beautiful Boy: An Emotional Rollercoaster with No End In Sight (Review)

Beautiful Boy brings to life the emotional story of a drug-addicted son and his unrelenting father who will do anything to keep him alive.