ROTTEN TOMATOES CELEBRATES HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH WITH NEW GUIDES, LISTS AND FEATURES, HONORING THE BEST OF HISPANIC CULTURE IN FILM AND TELEVISION.

ROTTEN TOMATOES CELEBRATES HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH WITH NEW GUIDES, LISTS AND FEATURES, HONORING THE BEST OF HISPANIC CULTURE IN FILM AND TELEVISION.

Rotten Tomatoes celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month with new content honoring the best of Hispanic film and television, including RT Recommends: 43 Hispanic Movies to Watch with the Whole Family, a curated list of Hispanic-themed titles that are family-friendly, highlighting movies like RioCoco and the live-action Dora and the Lost City of Gold. If you are interested in streaming any of these titles, please find a curated collection with many of these films on Vudu here.

In addition, Hispanic/Latinix critics Rosa Parra, Kate Sanchez, Kristen Maldonado, Jose Solis, Juan Barquin, Lupe Rodriguez Haas and Carlos Aguilar discuss the films that changed their lives with “Seven Hispanic Critics Open Up About Movies That Made a Major Impact on Their Lives.” Films discussed include The Book of LifeStand and DeliverThe Three CaballerosSpy KidsSelenaSalt of the Earth, and Strawberry and Chocolate.

Rotten Tomatoes will also honor 10 Groundbreaking Hispanic Filmmakers Who Cut Their Own Path in Hollywood, with a feature highlighting the careers of filmmakers Beatriz Michelena, Bill Melendez, Roberto Gavaldon, George A. Romero, Gregory Nava, Hype Williams, Lourdes Portillo, Patricia Cardoso, Ramon Menendez, and Robert Rodriguez.

Continue to visit Rotten Tomatoes all month long for additional features and curated lists such as 110 Essential Spanish-Language Movies20 Best Spanish-Language Shows on Netflix, Essential Hispanic LGBTQ+ Movies, and Best Spanish-Language Horror Movies

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