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Welcome to the #1 fan resource to everything about the Avatar movie from James Cameron.
Avatar is the story of a parapalegic ex-marine, thrust unwillingly into an effort to settle and exploit Pandora, an exotic planet rich in bio-diversity. Eventually, Jake crosses over to lead Pandora's indigenous race (Na'vi) in a battle for survival.
The movie is James Cameron's first movie since Titanic and will be using new 3-D technology. Check out the production timeline. The production budget is reported to be at $200-300 million.
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|honorguard117||Who else experienced a feeling of sorrow after watching Avatar? (page: 1 2 3 4 5 ... last page)||1037||Mar 16 2013, 7:34 PM EDT by Valdamar|
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I remember watching it for the first time a week and a half ago, and the sorrow was overwhelming. My Sis and I were discussing about the film after we walked out of the cinema, describing how it was beautiful and moving. After that day, my Sister had moved on, the feeling had left her, whereas for me, it was still there inside of me, my heart feeling heavier than ever... I couldn't help but watch this film again, and so I did... a few more times. The heavy hearted feeling still hasn't fully disappeared, some of it is still there inside of me, but I am coping with it much better now than earlier today. I guess this feeling of sorrow has to do with some of the things involved with the film, for example, the reviews. The reviews bug me because they all state the same thing, never mentioning the emotional experience we receive during and after the film ends. The response from the public is mostly positive, but there is no sign of, "Wow, I was moved after watching that...". It's all "The CGI was amazing, the action was cool." I don't want to hear any of that, sure, they are positive, but what about the experience Cameron intended for us... The experience was great because the visuals were stunning, but I'm talking about experiencing the movie as a whole...experiencing the joy, anger, laughter and sorrow the film presents to us. Anyway, did anybody feel anything after leaving the cinema from watching Avatar? If so, how long did this feeling last within you?
|martman101||AVATAR BEST MOVIE EVER||8||Nov 27 2012, 3:57 PM EST by Allrock|
|earthblue2||Part2..||0||Sep 24 2012, 11:01 AM EDT by earthblue2|
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