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  1. to sell like hot cakes?

    Why would anyone wanna buy a hot cake? It would burn your fingers, then your mouth, then the piping hot filling would drip on to your pants, staining them and then seeping through to burn your crotch, at which point you'd suddenly leap up and bellow "OOOOUCH"!, further scalding your fingers so you fumble with and drop the wretched thing on the ground.

    All the while being chuckled at by a pretty girl passing by who saw the whole thing...

    I guess I guess A.I

  2. Stuff them in a plastic bag and dump it (with emotion but not fanfare) on the doorstep of your local charity.

    Someone will like 'em, maybe even come to love them. Surely take care of them.

    Eventually they will become dissatisfied, and seek something better, then they discover John T. Williams...

    *Bliss*. You be matchmaker from the heavens, the Disks get passed on, and so the cycle of enlightenment continues.

  3. What, are you kidding me? The idea of a disparate consciousness being able to inhabit and leave a 'body' is as deep as it gets. It addresses the most fundamental issue of all, albeit in a way that clearly flew over your, and most all critics heads.

    And I bet it spends most of its running time expoloring this idea, right? :huh: It's like saying the prequel trilogy is a mature study of human nature (which it kind tries to be ;)).

    Karol - who can't see how is this deep at all

    It all depends on your level of perception. The film is layered in that way, as are all Cameron films, and that's why James Cameron is a genius, whereas a wannabe filmmaker like Roald, is just a jealous twat throwing peanuts from the gallery.

  4. As for the plot of the film receiving some criticism for obvious recycling of ideas ranging from the story of Pocahontas to obvious Greek nomenclature. I hope no one expected from this film some deeply thoughtful and ruminative, many faceted and philosophical writing or angsty explorations about human nature and existence accompanied by oh so subtle but illuminatingly heart tugging performances that lay before us the whole scope of human emotion. Everything about this film promises popcorn. Albeit flashier popcorn and visual thrills.

    What, are you kidding me? The idea of a disparate consciousness being able to inhabit and leave a 'body' is as deep as it gets. It addresses the most fundamental issue of all, albeit in a way that clearly flew over your, and most all critics heads.

  5. Avatar..what can I say but this film not only lives up to it's hype, but it kicks it firmly in the butt.

    This movie will change the face of filmmaking forever. I don't even feel like seeing another 2D film theatrically after that. It's that awesome.

    Cameron, you are a God.

  6. Unless the 3D and IMAX radically change what we have seen on our computer scenes, I don't see what's so special about these special effects. I mean, I've even seen the trailer in 3D and didn't like it, although maybe that's because I don't like 3D.

    I will say that the vegetation looks pretty damn superb and realistic, but the machinery and Na'vi don't look revolutionary to me.

    Mate, you are such an an ignorant unwitting victim of the times you are living in that nothing would satisfy you, nothing.

  7. It makes me wonder why Horner would use that exact same melodic hook and harmony for this song that he used in My Heart Will Go On. The first phrase.

    That James Cameron sure can be a bully, and an ironically two-faced one at that, since he didn't even want a song in Titanic.

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