Avatar is awesome, but it's politics are too obvious and make a straw man antagonist out of the corporate forces that detracts a bit. I've only seen it once though, so I reserve the right to change my mind after multiple viewings (which I look forward to!).
Avatar and Titanic I loved them both, seen Avatar 3 times now and Titanic about the same, what you have to remember Titanic was made 12 years ago and the filming technology as move on so much. Avatar brill in 3D
Avatar is amazing with 3D on IMAX screen if you have the chance.
it's truly a movie experience beyond anything I've ever seen.
Loved Avatar in 3d, but Titanic is by far my favorite movie of all time.
Avatar by a country mile. Titanic was great but Avatar is brilliant and I believe it will be a long time before we see anything beat it out.
I have my grugdes toward the boat sinking epic...
deep-seeded hatred, actually.
Avatar! The plot was so-so, but I was totally immersed in the special effects!
i ve seen both films! they r great bt there is nothing like titanic!!!i ve seen it a lot of times and still i am not bored of it!is just perfect!!anw...
it's rather tough to say because there both in different genres and both have had their own impact on american pop culture. However, I'll digress. If i had to pick one, i'll say "Avatar", simply because the special effects in that movie will revolutionize the entertainment industry. for you see, unlike most sci-fi films where they shoot the actors in front of the blue/green screen and add the effects later. No, according to my sources, cameron used a special camera and equipment that not only allowed for great realism, but it also allowed them add in the effects while they were filming the actors. thus, allowing for the staff to see the finished product of the film while shooting it. i believe such revolutionary tech will redefine the way we see movies in the future. thus, tapping into unfathomable potential we have yet to comprehend.
by Dolores Monet 10 years ago
Movie critics, as well as regular people hold certain movies to be great. All your friends loved it. You think to yourself, 'I hated it.' And wonder if maybe you just missed something important. Citizen Kane is often held up as the Greatest American Movie Ever. Sorry. I hated it. So what...
by Stevennix2001 11 years ago
I just wanted to officially announce I have finished my oscar hub predictions for this year's annual academy awards. normally, I would never self promote myself like this, but I decided to make an exception this one time. You see, unlike most of you, the Academy Awarads ceremony...
by thirdmillenium 11 years ago
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by Susannah Birch 7 years ago
What are some famous movies about ice?I know there are lots of movies about ice (adventure, horror, exploration genres) but I can't seem to find a list. What movies do you know of that feature a lot of ice or are based in the north or south pole?
by Mary Craig 8 years ago
Do you know about the Hubbie Awards?Voting for the Hubbies opens up next week...I'd not heard of them before and see there are numerous categories. Of course I think I should get "best avatar"
by Diana Owens 9 years ago
CONGRATULATIONS on your "Best Avatar" award for the Hubbie Awards of 2011, Cogerson! Diana
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