A recent analysis of Disney movies in Colombia shows that Beauty and The Beast is “the most popular film in Colombia,” according to a report from the Colombia Institute of Tourism.
That’s despite the fact that it’s not an animated movie, the report said.
In other words, Colombians aren’t actually watching it as they would an animated film.
The report was based on a survey conducted last month by the Colombian Tourism Authority.
It found that Beauty, which tells the story of a young boy named Beast, has a positive rating with over 1.5 million viewers in the country, according to The Wall St. Journal.
That number is the highest rating among Disney movies.
The study also found that the popularity of Beauty and other Disney films in Colombia has declined since the country legalized prostitution last year, and it’s also dropped because the country has not had a successful drug war in the past.
In fact, Colombia is ranked number one among all Latin American countries in terms of crime, according the report.
This year, Colombia has experienced a sharp increase in homicides, rapes and kidnappings.
The country is also experiencing a severe economic crisis, according a report published by the Colombia Ministry of Health.
The U.S. is also trying to help Colombia.
In April, President Barack Obama signed an executive order calling on the Colombian government to boost its tourism industry.
The Colombian government has said that it hopes to attract the billions of dollars of foreign investment that the U.N. Development Program, the U,S.
and Canada are expecting to create through its Economic Partnership for Colombia initiative.
The Colombia Institute for Tourism says that Colombia’s tourism sector contributes over $20 billion to the economy.
It also says that it is a major source of revenue for the country’s health system, schools and public services.
The institute says that Colombians love to see the Disney movies because they can relate to the characters, and they can imagine the adventures.
Colombia has also experienced a decline in the number of tourists since the drug war began in 2014, according this report.
The International Tourism Board, which tracks the impact of foreign visitors on tourism, said that since 2014, tourism has declined by 13 percent in Colombia.
The IBOT reports that the country lost over half of its tourism revenue in the same period.
Colombia’s economy has also suffered.
According to the IBOT, the country is the fourth largest producer of diamonds in the world, and the second-largest producer of gold.
According the IBot, the United States is Colombia’s biggest trading partner.
The number of Colombian tourists in the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy and Spain have all declined.
Colombia is also facing a decline of its economy.
The IMF said in its 2018 World Economic Outlook report that the economy has shrunk by 2.4 percent from the same time last year.
In 2017, the IMF predicted that Colombia would lose $20.2 billion in GDP this year.
It said that the decrease would be more pronounced in 2017 as the country continues to struggle with a severe drug-related crisis.
Colombia also faces a severe shortage of doctors and nurses.
The health system in the Colombian capital Bogota, known as Bogota the Big City, is facing acute shortages of doctors, nurses and other medical workers, according The Colombia Times.
The newspaper reports that it has experienced an increase in the shortage of medical workers.
Colombian government statistics show that there are more than 6,000 primary and secondary medical students in Bogota.
It’s also reported that the number has doubled since 2014.
The decline in foreign visitors is a result of the drug crisis, said the IBTO.