What was the budget for Columbiana?
40 million USD
What is the lowest box office movie of all time?
Here are 11 of them.
- Zyzzyx Road (2006) // Gross: $30.
- Storage 24 (2013) // Gross: $72.
- Dog Eat Dog (2009) // Gross: $80.
- The Objective (2009) // Gross: $95.
- The Ghastly Love of Johnny X (2012) // Gross: $117.
- Pretty Village, Pretty Flame (1998) // Gross: $211.
- Playback (2012) // Gross: $264.
- Intervention (2007) // Gross: $279.
Why did they kill her parents in Colombiana?
Cataleya learns her whole family has been in the killing business, including her uncle, who decided to kill because his son was killed. Knowing this, Cataleya decides to that she wants revenge for the death of her parents. COLOMBIANA is completely focused on killing for revenge.
When did the Republic of Colombia gain its independence?
Independence. The territory of the Viceroyalty of New Granada became the Republic of Colombia, organized as a union of the current territories of Colombia, Panama, Ecuador, Venezuela, parts of Guyana and Brazil and north of Marañón River. The Congress of Cúcuta in 1821 adopted a constitution for the new Republic.
Which is the largest city in the country of Colombia?
Largest cities. Colombia is a highly urbanized country. The largest cities in the country are Bogotá, with an estimated 8 million inhabitants, Medellín, with an estimated 2.5 million inhabitants, Cali, with an estimated 2.4 million inhabitants, and Barranquilla, with an estimated 1.2 million inhabitants.
Why is Colombia the most diverse country in the world?
With over 50 million inhabitants Colombia is one of the most ethnically and linguistically diverse countries in the world, with its rich cultural heritage reflecting influences by various Amerindian civilisations, European settlement, forced African labour, and immigration from Europe and the Middle East.
What kind of flower is the national flower of Colombia?
The national flower of Colombia is the endemic orchid Cattleya trianae, which was named after the Colombian botanist and physician José Jerónimo Triana.