loved it.

i almost dont want to say anything else about it.  but i guess i will.  the movie was neat.  i related to it in a way most people didnt.  its my understanding that james cameron has been wanting to make this movie for like 20 years or so but couldn't do it with the tech available at the time.  so for him the long time dream finally came true and he got to share it with the world.  i bet thats a cool feeling.  im pretty sure this was the most expensive film in history.  when you factor in all the advertising i think it comes to something in the range of 200 - 500 million.  anyway.. the movie was neat because it was like stepping into someone else' dream.  to me thats very cool.  i am a dreamer.  i would love to be able to share something epic like that. 

i recommend seeing this movie on a digital screen in your favorite theater.  try to pick a time when no one else will be there, especially children and noisy high school kids.  Or,.. wait till it comes to blu-ray and watch it at home in a dark room with no distractions and really let your imagination go.  That is the best way I can think of to enjoy this film. just be a kid again for a few hours.

or if your name is dan jackson.. skip the movie and just watch some sports instead..
to everyone else i completely recommend seeing avatar.  =)


  1. that's show rocked! I saw it in 3d, and the headache that inevitably followed the use of the glasses was totally worth it!


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