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Desc:Chile's favorite mutated bird-thing gets a feature length CGI movie
Category:Cartoons & Animation, Accidents & Explosions
Tags:CGI, bestiality, Chile, Condorito, Homo anthropomorphicus
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Hooker - 2018-05-26
Other countries have more sophisticated tastes in movies.
Caminante Nocturno - 2018-05-26
That's not at all what I imagined he would sound like, and I didn't see any ¡PLOP!, but I'm not giving Condorito less than 5 stars.
snothouse - 2018-05-26
Oh, there was a cat next to the slide projector in that underground secret lair.
Hazelnut - 2018-05-26
Whoa, do Chileans pronounce Spanish as if it's Italian, or is that just the cartoon voices?
dairyqueenlatifah - 2018-05-26
A substancial minority of Chile's population is of Italian descent, so that might have something to do with it. Then again Argentinians sound extremely Italian while speaking Spanish too.

Miss Henson's 6th grade class - 2018-05-26
First the Gaturro movie and now this nonsense.

I've never been able to quite figure the Chilean accent. It does sound slightly Italian, but in terms of the accents that surround it, it's something of an isolate.

I can see why you'd think that some of this sounds a bit like Italian, but it's still nowhere near as Italian as an average Argentine sounds. Even Argentines will tell you that, compared with other Spanish-speakers, they "sing" their words.

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