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Friday, December 3, 2010

Avatar Without 3D Is Still Awesome

This guest post from Lewis Beck

It will go down as one of the best movies of all time. I'm speaking of Avatar. While going the 3D route was original and incredible, was it really a great decision? I saw Avatar in 3D in the movie theater and it was amazing. But the 3D added to the movie - watching it without 3D did not take away from the movie. I guess what I'm trying to say is that if Avatar never came out in 3D and was just a regular movie, it would still be known as an incredible movie. I watched it the other night on BestChoiceTV and enjoyed it immensely. I even gave one of those happy cries toward the end when the good guys (and nature) began to fight back. The love story was also powerful. Let me tell you - I don't like love stories. I find them incredibly boring. But this one really worked. I think it was because every time some romance sprung up, it was in the middle of a conflict. Now that's the way you pull off a love story, especially if you want to hook the male viewers. If anyone knows how to hook viewers, it's James Cameron. This guy will take his time to make sure everything is perfect before going to screen. Come to think of it, I think I'm going to look up every James Cameron movie and watch them all.

6 comments:

wenn said...

for me, whether 3D or not, it's still amazing.

Sharon Wagner said...

I think I might be the only person on the planet who hasn't seen it...yet.

betchai said...

would you believe Tes, I still have not seen Avatar? geeee, these days, we hardly watch any movie, we do plan, but we always end up on the trails, we still have several movie tickets from 3 years ago, glad they do not expire :)

kim said...

well, maybe because you were AFTER the basic elements of the movie and not the visual effects. as for me, i do believe AVATAR really ROCKS! lol!

Jifdc said...

I agree Tes, that's why I even got a dvd for my dear husband as a souvenir!

RNSANE said...

Tes, I haven't yet seen Avatar, either. I will order it through Netflix...I don't care about the 3D. I am not sure I really care about Avatar but I guess I MUST see it.

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