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  1. Lee columnas de las plumas más influyentes en El Financiero, como Enrique Quintana, Raymundo Riva Palacio, Macario Schettino y Salvador Camarena

  2. Waititi luego describió "Love and Thunder" como la "película más loca que jamás había hecho" y explicó que cada elemento de la película estaba destinado a no tener sentido. Dijo que sería muy diferente de "Ragnarok" con su propio "sabor distintivo", y que habría más emoción en la película. [47]

  3. El cine sonoro es aquel en el que la película incorpora sonido sincronizado (es decir, tecnológicamente acoplado) con la imagen. La primera exhibición pública conocida de cine sonoro proyectado ocurrió en París en 1900, décadas antes de que la sincronización confiable entre sonido e imagen se hiciera comercialmente práctica.

  4. 10/07/1991 · Mike Nichols' "Regarding Henry" opens with a portrait of a Manhattan lawyer as a driven, ambitious man who lives in great wealth and little happiness. Then a catastrophe occurs. He steps out one night to buy some cigarettes, and is shot in a holdup. One of the bullets penetrates his brain, and for weeks he drifts in a coma, until finally he awakens and the long process of rehabilitation can ...

  5. Anything Goes is a 1956 American musical film directed by Robert Lewis, and starring Bing Crosby, Donald O'Connor, Zizi Jeanmaire, and Mitzi Gaynor. Adapted from the 1934 stage musical Anything Goes by Cole Porter, Guy Bolton, and P.G. Wodehouse, the film is about two entertainers scheduled to appear in a Broadway show who travel to Europe, where each discovers the perfect leading lady for the ...

  6. 16/06/1995 · Pocahontas" is the best-looking of the modern Disney animated features, and one of the more thoughtful: It is about real issues, even if it treats them with naive idealism. In its view, Native Americans lived in peaceful harmony with nature until European settlers came, bringing guns and ecological destruction. The Europeans, puffed up with their notions of civilization, did not realize how ...

  7. So Big is a 1953 American drama film that stars Jane Wyman, Sterling Hayden and Steve Forrest, directed by Robert Wise. The screenplay by John Twist was based on the 1924 novel by Edna Ferber. It was the third adaptation of the book, following a 1924 silent film with Colleen Moore and So Big! with Barbara Stanwyck, released in 1932.