5 Best Movies by Latina Creators on Disney+

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Even though there is still a long way to go, Hollywood has come a long way in the last few years toward having a truly diverse creative workforce. Just look at the career of Argentine film producer Victoria Alonso. She has worked behind the scenes on almost all 3 of Marvel’s blockbuster superhero movies, including all of our favorite Marvel movies below.

Entertainment that is more interesting, real, and compelling is made by a production company that knows itself better. We’re living in the golden age, baby! To celebrate, we’re putting the spotlight on the amazing Latina/Latino-made movies that you can now stream on Disney+.

1. Encanto

The book Encanto by Jared Bush and Charise Castro Smith is being talked about, not Bruno. In one of Disney’s newest animated movies, we meet the wonderful Madrigal family, whose unique skills turn out to be both a burden and a blessing. Encanto gives a strong look at family ties and the pain that can be passed down from generation to generation.

2. Ferdinand

The movie based on the same-named children’s book from the 1930s. Ferdinand is a beautiful bull who loves flowers. John Cena, who plays him, is a very nice guy. He doesn’t want to fight in the arena because he would rather enjoy life and smell carnations. But he knows that bulls, bullfighters, and people in general all have different ideas about what a bull should be like. The fun children’s movie Ferdinand has exciting chase scenes and likeable characters, but it also looks at pacifism and what it means to be a strong person in a serious way.

3. The Guardians of the Galaxy

Heroes who are so different from each other that it’s funny come together to save the galaxy while the sexiest music plays in the background. Yes, go ahead! Guardians of the Galaxy is just the right amount of crazy, scary, and funny. The cast, which includes Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, Dave Bautista, Vin Diesel, and Bradley Cooper, has the chemistry to keep the movie going, even though it has a funky-retro style.

4. Coco

In the animated movie Coco, Miguel, who is only 12 years old, accidentally goes to the Land of the Dead while he is still alive. He then tries to get back to his home in Mexico. This set-up naturally leads to deep discussions about life and death, which Coco does a beautiful job of unpacking. But just because something makes you think doesn’t mean it doesn’t have any spirit. Adrian Molina’s thoughts are full of bright colors and lively music. What’s not to like about a movie that is both funny and sad?

5. Thor: Ragnarok

Thor: Ragnarok is by far the best Thor movie. The superhero comedy is skillfully directed by Taika Waititi and takes place on a bright new planet. The script is so sharp that it hurts, and it shows how the thunder god tries to get home quickly to fight his sister who is out for revenge. Not to mention that Thor, played by Chris Hemsworth, has a great cast that includes Tom Hiddleston, Mark Ruffalo, Cate Blanchett, Jeff Goldblum, and Tessa Thompson from the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

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