Watch The New Trailer For The Martial-Arts Drama ‘Worth,’ Starring Tony Todd, Clifton Powell and Miguel A.Nunez Jr, Available Now On Amazon Prime

Internationally recognized superstars Tony Todd (Candyman, “The Flash”), Clifton Powell (“Black Lightning”) and Miguel A.Nunez Jr (Street Fighter) star in an inspiring, action-packed fusion of Kickboxer and Rocky, Worth now available on Amazon Prime Video.

Directed by and starring Eduardo Castrillo, Worth is a love letter to Muay Thai Kickboxing and tells of Ricky (Castrillo, Hunting Season), a top contender in Muay Thai meets and falls in love with Danielle (Samantha Aper), a paralegal in the city. Together they embark a relationship dealing with his championship match and her big court case. Danielle gets into an accident putting her into a coma and now Ricky has to do whatever it takes in order to pay for medical care.

Comedian Willie Barcena, and MMA fighters Mauricio Alonso and Jose Palacios also feature in Worth, now available on Amazon Prime.

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Gorgeously Filmed, Italian Mystery Thriller “Naples In Veils” Arrives In Theaters And On Home Entertainment This April

One night during a party, Adriana crosses the seductive and powerful gaze of Andrea, a charming and self-confident young man. They are immediately attracted to each other and spend a passionate night together. Adriana begins to think this could be the beginning of a great love that could change her life. They agree to meet the next day, but Andrea doesn’t show up. Disappointed, Adriana goes back to her normal life, but an unexpected breakthrough comes: Andrea is suddenly found dead.

Wrecked and in shock, and dragged to the center of an investigation with disturbing outlines, Adriana feels all her certainties undermined and slips into the most secret area of her shadowy personality, from which there seems no possibility of escape…

Family And Love Prepare Healthy Servings Of Comedy In “The Trap”

Rating: 3.5/5
Review by Richard Caldwell

Nothing says love like a trip home to visit your family. A good time can either be had or ruined by the experience of the moments. How hard is one willing to work to help their family survive? Are you willing to stay and deal with the conditions of the environment to better your family? “The Trap” is a film that tethers with that very question.

Sonny is a talented culinary artist. He left his Georgia surroundings to pursue his career. After receiving an offer to head a new restaurant, Sonny returns home to visit his family. Various comical instances occur while he’s home connecting with his roots. This sets the tone for the many adventures to come in the film.

Overall, I enjoyed this film. Not only was it funny, but also meaningful. The film has purpose and finds its feet after a slow start. Loretta Devine, Queen Latifah, Clifford “T.I.” Harris and Mike Epps all star in this film. “The Trap” is definitely a film worth watching. It’s currently available for streaming online via Netflix.

Uncompromising, Award-Winning, True LGBTQ Tale “Marilyn” Arrives This April

Based on a shocking real case, Marilyn brings to the screen a powerful breakthrough lead performance by Walter Rodríguez as a boy confronted with the impossibility of being who he wants to be.

Marcos and his family work as caretakers on a ranch. While his father and brother handle the heavier tasks, Marcos stays home close to his mother. Each one has their future laid out before them, but Marcos is just waiting for the arrival of Carnival, the one moment when he can let his true self out to shine and show everyone just the way he feels inside. The sudden death of his father leaves the family in a very vulnerable situation. The ranch owner hounds them to go away, while Marcos’s mother pressures him to take over the work in the fields. Nicknamed Marilyn by the other teenagers in town, Marcos is a target for desire and discrimination. And then one Carnival night he is raped….