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People who love clowns, being scared, or being scared by clowns went mad for the world premiere of IT: Chapter Two yesterday. The sequel to 2017’s IT was directed by Argentine Andy Muschietti – who will be at the helm

Here at The Bubble we’re really into Argentines doing cool stuff abroad, especially if it’s related to something in the arts. Which is why we’re pretty giddy with the news coming out of the Venice Film Festival today. Turns out …

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past couple of years, you’ve probably realized that the Venezuelan population in Buenos Aires has skyrocketed. Chances are you probably study or work with one already, or that you’ve stumbled upon …

If you watch the new Pedro Almodovar film Dolor y Gloria, in theaters now – and you should, it’s really good! – you’ll land upon a scene that many critics are calling the linchpin to the entire movie, featuring

Batman and Robin, Thelma and Louise, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid… Sure, all of those are solid, historically ideal partnerships. But we all know which one is the granddaddy of them all: Dinner and a movie. That’s right, ever …

Memes spread like wildfire, and memes that speak to regional quirks – that we can point to and say “oh my God, that’s so me!” – even more so. Over the last few weeks, you may have noticed

“In 1986, my father had a store in the heart of Saavedra. At the beginning of the 90s, Chinese immigrants started to arrive. And even though my dad fought gram by gram, slice by slice, he couldn’t compete, and he

Within film criticism, there is a school of thought that establishes the director as the maximum, most important vision within the creation of a movie; that is to say, a movie is the artistic representation of the director’s sensibilities, and

Hi! Are you as excited for BAFICI 2019 as we are? If you’re anything like us, you’ve already set up an intricately planned schedule with movie times, locations, reviews, and strategically placed breaks for lunch and dinner. If you’re not

Living in Buenos Aires, there are a few things you can absolutely count on with the start of every new year: price hikes for public transportation, an increasingly prevalent feeling of dread, and the arrival of the Buenos Aires International