I've watched the movie.It's a very good one and should be given more accolade during the Oscars. Until now, I'm still wondering why it didn't bring home the OSCARS'BEST PICTURE Trophy in 2010.It belongs to the new phase in movie productions, latest 3D technology.
I think because the plot was somewhat lacking. The visuals, however, were simply amazing! I wrote a hub about it, in fact!
its an awesome movie with a new and cutting edge technology , which you could have witnessed in your life. The movie takes you ta an entirely different world
The visuals were amazing, but the movie itself was not so great. I walked out thinking “Fern Gully”, one of my daughters right away thought of Pocahontas. I think it’s a combo of the two.
The technology used to create the visual effects of the film were great, and while I enjoyed watching "Avatar" I have to agree with a few other people here in that the plot was hackneyed and owned a lot to old Westerns.
Awesome effects in this movies. Where can they possible go from here besides 3D? 4D like Universal Studios?
by Holle Abee7 years ago
It was great! I didn't think I was going to like it, but we have friends here from out of town, and she wanted me to go with her. She had already seen it in non-3D and wanted to see the 3D version. She said there's no...
by jellydonut257 years ago
The James Cameron film. Just wondering what everyone's take on the hype around it is thus far?Personally, I find Cameron to be vastly overrated as a director; with Terminator and Aliens being the only REALLY good films...
by theageofcake5 years ago
Sure we could worry ourselves over a great screenplay and strong performances, but what are the movies that excel for sheer visual beauty? This could be in terms of effects, cinematography, sets, etc. - Anything...
by chronage7 years ago
What are your thought's on Avatar i thought it was definately different
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