Yes, building a border wall is a really stupid idea.
John Oliver devoted his Sunday show to Donald Trump’s favorite topic: the wall he’s going to build along the southern border of the U.S. that he’ll have Mexico pay for (lol, nope). In just under 19-minutes, the comedian very thoroughly points out just how dumb Trump’s whole plan is. For example, he highlights how much it’s going to cost — according to the Congressional Budget office: a sh*t ton and all of the legal trouble that will come from trying to fence off the nearly 2,000 miles of border that exist between Mexico and the United States. He also makes fun of Donald Trump. Like, a lot.
Ah, el amor! Romantic movies are blamed for giving people unrealistic expectations about love and relationships, sure…but we just don’t care. Even if they are a bit over-the-top and highly dramatic, some of our favorite movie couples just warm our hearts.
This movie is a full-blown trip, just like love. César, a really handsome young man, meets the love of his life, Sofía (who just so happens to be his friend’s girlfriend), mere days before a car accident leaves his face completely disfigured. His obsession with Sofía goes beyond anything rational, making “I love you to death” a total understatement.
Pedro falls in love with Tita the minute he sets eyes on her. When she’s not permitted to marry him, he decides to marry Tita’s older sister instead in order to be near his love. A lifetime of births, deaths, political revolutions and magical recipes go by before they can finally be together… And then it’s pure fire.
This movie chronicles an improbable love between upper-middle class Babi and rebellious, risk-loving street racer “H” as they set their evident differences aside and embark on a passionate, out-of-this-world romance. Who cares if it doesn’t last? It’s totally worth the ride.
“Behind every great man there’s a great woman,” except Valentina Ivanna was never behind Mario Fortino Alfonso Moreno Reyes, aka Cantinflas. She was right by his side, through thick and thin and all the way to Hollywood.
A deep, understanding and accepting friendship develops in Cuba between Diego, a young, educated and skeptical gay man, and David, a straight student and communist filled with traditional ideas and prejudices. The film is not about the seduction of the body, but rather the seduction of the soul.
Antonio and Emilio — two friends from the upper class of Medellín, Colombia — fall in love with beautiful Rosario, a woman involved with hitmen and drug cartel dealers. Friendships, loyalty and socio-economic barriers are all put to the test in the name of passion and love.
Benigno and Marco developed a friendship based on unfortunate common circumstances while they care for the two women in deep comas they love (and, in Benigno’s case, obsess over). Now that’s commitment.
Florentino Ariza falls in love at first sight with Fermina Daza, but her parents don’t approve and, instead, she weds Dr. Juvenial Urbino in marriage of convenience. In the meantime, Florentino seeks 600 sexual encounters in his search to get over heartbreak. Fifty-one years, nine months and four days later, when Dr. Urbino finally passes, Florentino tries to resume courting his true love, Fermina.