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Inconnu

Avatar: 48966 2011-07-31 19:36:53 -0400
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Despite the numerous plagiarisms (including that of previous Cameron’s works) and generally lame plot, this is the best render ever. Basically, it’s the new version of 3DMark, but hell, I enjoyed it so much.

Vageena Davis

Avatar: 151797 2010-01-24 16:34:00 -0500
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I am easily offended. I also suck fine upstanding member of society male reproductive organs.

I can’t tell what this movie is supposed to be about Log in to see images!

Based on the previews the special effects look cool, but I can’t watch a movie just for effects.

Inconnu

Avatar: 48966 2011-07-31 19:36:53 -0400
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Vageena Davis Posted:

I can’t watch a movie just for effects.

And why not?

Circlejerk

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It was pretty meh.

It would have been better off being released 10 years later or so, so it could enjoy childhoods, like how Dragon Ball Evolution and G-Force (the movie about the gay hamsters) did.

lolbronnih

Avatar: 103335 2010-01-24 16:16:08 -0500
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kinda looks like martha stewart while stirring

wathc it just for the effects they are like srsly lush

although the story’s meh.

TUBSWEETIE

Avatar: 3450 2011-07-31 00:45:06 -0400
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first time i saw it advertised was a long time ago and it looked like a really fabulous persongy weird blue furry love story.

now it has action and stuff?

i’ll pbum

Green Eyes

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TUBSWEETIE Posted:

first time i saw it advertised was a long time ago and it looked like a really fabulous persongy weird blue furry love story.

now it has action and stuff?

i’ll pbum

This

Evil Trout

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I have ample evidence that ET is a weedy little twerp.

I want to see it a lot. Not sure when I’ll have time to check it out though.

Acid Flux

Avatar: 6767 Tue Mar 17 11:41:54 -0400 2009
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Inconnu Posted:

And why not?

Because I’d rather not pay $8+ just to watch ‘pretty pictures’.

Inconnu

Avatar: 48966 2011-07-31 19:36:53 -0400
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Evil Trout Posted:

I want to see it a lot. Not sure when I’ll have time to check it out though.

Obvious advice: IMAX only.

Bill_Murray_-
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Avatar: 7241 2011-07-31 00:42:33 -0400
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Well, first of all, I refuse to jump on the “LOL STORYTELLING” bandwagon.

Yeah, there’s no twists or turns; nothing shockingly new. But a story doesn’t have to be innovative to be good – Avatar has a solid love story and a good resistance story.

Second of all,

Acid Flux Posted:

Because I’d rather not pay $8+ just to watch ‘pretty pictures’.

**** you, and **** anyone who writes off special effects as “pretty pictures”. The crew of Avatar went to painstaking lengths to make the film’s world as beautiful and believable as it could possibly be, and the result is one of the most stunning film universes ever made. The use of color in Avatar rivals masters like Jean-Pierre Jeunet, and the cinematography is brilliant.

In short, the “pretty pictures” of Avatar were worth well beyond $10 for me, and I’ll probably put out another $10-$20 before it cycles out.

Bill_Murray_Fan_7383 edited this message on 12/20/2009 3:07AM

Malaise

Avatar: 40838 2011-10-31 23:42:35 -0400
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Bill_Murray_Fan_7383 Posted:

Well, first of all, I refuse to jump on the “LOL STORYTELLING” bandwagon.

Yeah, there’s no twists or turns; nothing shockingly new. But a story doesn’t have to be innovative to be good – Avatar has a solid love story and a good resistance story.

Second of all,

**** you, and **** anyone who writes off special effects as “pretty pictures”. The crew of Avatar went to painstaking lengths to make the film’s world as beautiful and believable as it could possibly be, and the result is one of the most stunning film universes ever made. The use of color in Avatar rivals masters like Jean-Pierre Jeunet, and the cinematography is brilliant.

In short, the “pretty pictures” of Avatar were worth well beyond $10 for me, and I’ll probably put out another $10-$20 before it cycles out.

**** you and anyone else who puts their money down to support idiotic special effects movies thereby encouraging the movie industry to consider the story and acting to be essentially trivial to movie making. You are the reason we will have Transformers 8.

swine

Avatar: 10221 2011-10-31 21:15:57 -0400
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lolUNOBTAINIUM!

TUBSWEETIE

Avatar: 3450 2011-07-31 00:45:06 -0400
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Malaise Posted:

**** you and anyone else who puts their money down to support idiotic special effects movies thereby encouraging the movie industry to consider the story and acting to be essentially trivial to movie making. You are the reason we will have Transformers 8.

different people like different qualities in entertainment. sounds like this one is an escapist movie to go watch and go ‘oooh ahhh look at them blue ****ers i am forgetting what a boring life i live’

just hope that movie makers appreciate people’s diverse taste in movies and remember/take the risk to make movies that aren’t just escapist handjobs

TUBSWEETIE

Avatar: 3450 2011-07-31 00:45:06 -0400
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frankly i’d rather not pay the money for either form of movie. 12 dollars admission + another 15 for food, **** you cinemas.

i want a movie that looks cool and is absorbing. depending on the genre it can be done through sweet effects that bombard you until you forget the story is garbage, or a story that’s really absorbing with special effects that complement it.

and then i’d only go see it if my friends wanted to because i like being social and getting high and eating popcorn

TUBSWEETIE edited this message on 12/20/2009 3:35AM

Johnny Mac

Avatar: 37704 2011-07-31 00:49:39 -0400
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I like movies cause they give me good introductory cuddlan time. Which leads to other things.

Bill_Murray_-
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Avatar: 7241 2011-07-31 00:42:33 -0400
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Malaise Posted:

**** you and anyone else who puts their money down to support idiotic special effects movies thereby encouraging the movie industry to consider the story and acting to be essentially trivial to movie making. You are the reason we will have Transformers 8.

You’re right. A film can only do ONE thing right, and that thing is storytelling. Every other aspect of film-making MUST be ignored if a film’s story is anything short of innovative.

Yes, as it would seem – in a remarkable instance of coincidence – every technically revolutionary film in cinematic history had an equally brilliant plot. For this reason, no film-maker ever saw fit to look at a film for reasons other than story, and so no film with an non-innovative story – or for that matter, no film with a poor story – ever made an impact on the medium. Every film-maker ever only payed attention to the movies with the most daringly new plots, because they were absolutely sure those films could do no wrong, and for this reason, films are really no different from talking books. Log in to see images!

EDIT: P.S. also, though painfully predictable and cliche ridden, the love and resistance stories of Avatar fall into the “tried-and-true” category.

Bill_Murray_Fan_7383 edited this message on 12/20/2009 3:53AM

Malaise

Avatar: 40838 2011-10-31 23:42:35 -0400
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Bill_Murray_Fan_7383 Posted:

You’re right. A film can only do ONE thing right, and that thing is storytelling. Every other aspect of film-making MUST be ignored if a film’s story is anything short of innovative.

Yes, as it would seem – in a remarkable instance of coincidence – every technically revolutionary film in cinematic history had an equally brilliant plot. For this reason, no film-maker ever saw fit to look at a film for reasons other than story, and so no film with an non-innovative story – or for that matter, no film with a poor story – ever made an impact on the medium. Every film-maker ever only payed attention to the movies with the most daringly new plots, because they were absolutely sure those films could do no wrong, and for this reason, films are really no different from talking books. Log in to see images!

EDIT: P.S. also, though painfully predictable and cliche ridden, the love and resistance stories of Avatar fall into the “tried-and-true” category.

I’m pleased that you saw fit to actually answer my point rather than ridiculing your own straw man.

Also, I don’t really care what anyone watches, just thought your attack on someone for not valuing special effects was a little over the top.

Bill_Murray_-
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Avatar: 7241 2011-07-31 00:42:33 -0400
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Level 35 Camwhore

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Malaise Posted:

Also, I don’t really care what anyone watches, just thought your attack on someone for not valuing special effects was a little over the top.

My point is that this is one of the best films of the year, even if the plot isn’t as groundbreaking as it’s technical side.

Toko

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TUBSWEETIE Posted:

frankly i’d rather not pay the money for either form of movie. 12 dollars admission + another 15 for food, **** you cinemas.

i want a movie that looks cool and is absorbing. depending on the genre it can be done through sweet effects that bombard you until you forget the story is garbage, or a story that’s really absorbing with special effects that complement it.

and then i’d only go see it if my friends wanted to because i like being social and getting high and eating popcorn

I just sneak food into theaters. Log in to see images!

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