Live Twice, Love Once (Vivir dos veces) is a Spanish language movie streaming on Netflix. It’s a sad but beautiful story about love lost and a family torn apart by dementia.Continue reading “Review: Live Twice, Love Once (Vivir dos veces)”
Season 2 of High Seas (Alta mar), a Spanish language TV series, was stronger in terms of plotting than season 1. The scenes of the ship sailing on the ocean looked a little better as well. I think Netflix decided to invest more money in this series when they saw it was a hit, and it shows. The series has been renewed for at least 4 seasons.Continue reading “Review: High Seas (Alta Mar), season 2”
Life Itself is a multi-generational family drama full of love and heartbreak. It’s from writer and director Dan Fogelman, the creator of This Is Us.Continue reading “Review: Life Itself”
Hache is a crime thriller from Spain starring Adriana Ugarte in another brilliant lead performance. This is Netflix 5th Spanish language original.Continue reading “Review: Hache”
The Invisible Guest (Contratiempo) is a Spanish language suspense mystery on Netflix. It’s full of twists and turns and keeps the viewer working at the puzzle until the end.Continue reading “Review: The Invisible Guest (Contratiempo)”
Reviews of Spanish language TV shows and movies are very popular here on the blog. I decided to create a category just for those reviews. You can search for Spanish language content using the category.
In case you never noticed it before, there’s a category menu in with the secondary material like tweets and recent comments. Just click “Spanish language” under Search By Category to see if I’ve reviewed any new Spanish language content since your last visit.
Monarca brings Mexican melodrama to Netflix with an dangerous brew of intrigue. The story centers around a family worth millions from a tequila empire. Their tequila brand name is Monarca.Continue reading “Review: Monarca, season 1”
Cable Girls (Las Chicas del Cable), season 4, has comas and kidnappings and prison breaks and divorces and epic love stories and evil villains and the tightest bunch of friends you’ll ever find on television. There are a few spoilers in my review of this exciting season.Continue reading “Review: Cable Girls (Las Chicas del Cable), season 4”
Penélope Cruz and Javier Bardem star in Everybody Knows (Todos lo saben). With that kind of star power, I thought I’d give it a try. It was solidly average, but good enough to watch all the way through.Continue reading “Review: Everybody Knows (Todos lo saben)”
The slow paced Elisa and Marcela (Elisa y Marcela) left me with a lot of questions. Many of them relate to the lost parts of this tale, which was based on a true story. You can watch this Spanish language love story on Netflix.Continue reading “Review: Elisa y Marcela”