jueves, 14 de junio de 2012

Salfate y las drogas: Afilen los cuchillos

Incluso si el panelista logra salir sin cargos de su arresto por posesión de cocaína, tengan por seguro que las bromas lo perseguirán hasta la tumba.

jueves, 31 de mayo de 2012

Atacando y defendidendo el blanco equivocado

Mientras se hace más obvia la posiibilidad de que Michelle Bachelet no se presentará para la presidencia, los partidos aún parecen obsesionados con su imagen.

domingo, 15 de abril de 2012

Pixar Reviews part 1: Toy Story

Okay, so the time has finally come for me to give the leap of faith, and I’m about to pee myself. I’m Javiera Gracia and I’m giving you a full special on the studio that has, for the most part, served us with the most memorable animated films in the past 17 years. That’s right: PIXAR

This charming team has managed to give us products that not only make children go crazy with its dazing visuals and memorable characters, but they dared to grow up with the audience, because, let’s face it, Pixar knows that those kids who saw “toy story” 15 years ago are still going to theatres to see their movies. They are the only animation studio, besides Ghibi, whose dedication to work never ceases to amaze me. And how that was possible, thanks to visionary people, including one that sadly isn’t around anymore. So as a lover of animation, I’ve decided to make a review special of every feature film made by our favourite computer geniuses.

So let’s start right from the beginning, all the way back from 1995, when we were first introduced with one of the most memorable duos in cinema history: Toy Story