So, Avatar is an awesome movie. You need to see it in 3D. It is mandatory.
Na'vi vs. [URL="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unreal"]Nali[/URL]: Ones a native of some sci-fi planet, blue, tall, slender; the other is a native of some sci-fi planet, brown, tall, slender. Pandora vs. [URL="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unreal"]Na Pali[/URL]: Soldiers invade planet, use massive machinery to battle the aborigines; Soldiers invade planet, use massive beast to enslave aborigines. Think I'll … Read More
It seems like just another 'white guy saves the natives' kind of story. Read More
[QUOTE=MosaicFuneral;1086350]Think I'll just stick to the complex fantasy worlds and intertwining storylines of most modern video games, than be subjected to 2.7 hours of some hack movie.[/QUOTE] Agghhh this is James Cameron's first movie in over a decade, Ebert gave it four stars, some folks old enough to have seen … Read More
[QUOTE=jwenting;1159629]It's just a propaganda pamphlet for the extremist global warming movement. Not going to spend a cent sponsoring people who want to exterminate humanity and worship "mother earth", which is exactly the message Cameron is trying to bring across, that human being are inherently evil.[/QUOTE] Or you can drive your … Read More
Have to say, I've seen it 3 times in 3D IMAX (not by design!). The effects are way beyond anything I've seen before. The story is quite good, other that some of the 'gung-ho'/'yee-haw, lets kick some butt' that seems to drive so many American films. It tries to be … Read More
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