It's impossible to fully consider James Cameron's long-in-the-making eco-opus Avatar without examining the film's technological wonders and storytelling blunders separately.
Speaking of blunders, it's hard to take someone seriously who doesn't even know the difference between a paraplegic and a quadraplegic! To basically tell people this movie is not worth seeing with your 'rotten' review is ridiculous. I can see why you aren't in the Top Critic category.
Dec 18 - 10:53 AM
What a joke of a review...now that I've seen it I can safely laugh and dismiss your nonsensicaly insight or lack there of into the movie.
To say that this movie isn't worth seeing is a joke. Absolutely amazing cinematic experience. I have my second ticket already purchased. Cameron is a genius and you're just a no named chump.
Dec 18 - 11:03 AM
Haha, quadriplegic you blundering idiot, did you even watch the right movie or are you just stupid?
Dec 18 - 07:42 PM
One of the worst movies ever.Everyone has already seen this movie 100 times before in 100 other movies. There is absolutely nothing original in "Cameron's" work.
Thank the "Mother Goddess" for the BLIZZARD blanketing the east coast to keep the fan "boys" at home locked in their rooms. Bashing intelligent critics who know $500 million dollar garbage when they see it.
It takes more than a 163 minute video game commercial to make a good film.
Dec 18 - 11:11 PM
Not worth seeing? Really? I'm buying my second ticket. This time I'm going for 3d! This movie was beyond fantastic, even in 2D. Perhaps with the 3D glasses I'll find that illusive quadriplegic dude you keep referencing in your review.
Dec 19 - 07:49 PM
I think most of the reviews that come from critics who have panned this movie, are employed by Big-Moneyed newspapers, and they fear their careers would be cut short for giving a movie like this a positive review. The theme of powerless masses rising up against powerful corporations is not the type of message these guys want to encourage.
Dec 29 - 09:27 AM