On the other hand, they announced that this Saturday, August 5th, there will be no film performances.
Tickets can already be purchased online at www.fundacionodeon.com.ar or by calling 345 422 6655.
“Barbie” takes us straight to “Barbieland,” a utopian paradise where all the Barbies invented (yes, and the ones that were quickly pulled off the market) live there. There, we’ll meet the original Mattel doll, Stereotyped Barbie, played by Margot Robbie, and she’ll begin to experience a series of “flaws” that keep her from being perfect.
In a world where everything runs like a clock and there is always a smile on your face, transcendental thoughts about death and cellulite have no place.
In order to find a solution to her problems, Barbie must step into the real world and find the cause of her “glitch.” By doing this, you will discover a whole new world. Has its advantages and disadvantages.
She will be accompanied by her designated Ken, Ryan Gosling, who will also go through a full-blown episode when he discovers that in the human world he is not just “Ken” but that he is a man, with all the privileges that mean Revelation (something). This is not common in his home country).
Physicist J. Robert Oppenheimer worked with a team of scientists during the Manhattan Project, which led to the development of the atomic bomb.
On the other hand, Odeón Cinema reported that the screenings continued, but at the 5:00 pm screening, a Barbie projection was shown, followed by a “Haunted House” screening at 7:30 pm.