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|pgusa||Less is more||0||Dec 3 2012, 4:49 PM EST by pgusa|
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I expected yet-another goofy sci-fi. I got a panorama view of someone's very rich imagination with few restraints. However... some of the more outstanding visuals were understated, for instance the floating islands that placed visuals against physics and unexpectedly visuals won. These were incredibly produced and presented but seemed minimized. Most of the critters were engineering marvels, a few of which were powerful enough (visually) to have slow-moving psyches. It takes a few precious moments for a critter to transition to rage and these moments make him/her/it infinitely more believable, even with an extra set of forelegs. If the planet's gravity was less than earth's, creatures would have been scaled up, and they were.
The technology was a mix of late 20th and early 21st century and a little outdated considering what would have been available. The corporate wallpaper was a little thin, again, understandable considering the balance job the director was faced with.
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|NA'VIWarrior93||I Wish I Could Be Apart Of It All (page: 1 2)||38||Jun 6 2010, 1:16 PM EDT by Zahelu|
Thread started: Dec 22 2009, 6:35 PM EST Watch
When the movie was over and i walked outside, I felt so sad and mad, because I didn't want it to be over you know, i wanted it to keep going on and on. Also I looked at myself and so wish i could be apart of the Na'vi, to walk, sleep, and breath like them, to do what they did... I would do anything to be one of them. I was really sad tho. So good and not able to be apart of it
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|Neytiri||A once in a lifetime experience (page: 1 2 3 4)||70||May 29 2010, 4:47 PM EDT by DADVEC|
Thread started: Jan 4 2010, 1:25 AM EST Watch
We'll actually i have experienced it three times now, but i can honestly say that i have never felt such an overwhelming feeling of happiness and sadness while leaving Imax 3D. I was so happy to have been able to experience yet so sad that i had to leave my new home, or at least thats what it felt like. I love that movie.Hands down The best i have ever seen.
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