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Re: Avatar (2009)
« on: January 31, 2012, 07:52:38 am »
I was definitely wrapped up in the hype by Avatar. I was excited waiting for it. Excited watching it and thrilled it was made. Watching it in 3D on the big screen was magical. I loved it. I thought 3D did bring a whole new dimension to the movie experience. Years later I still find it a fun and long movie, but find the buzz has diminished greatly. I appreciate the 3D, but chalk it up to one of those rare moments where story and 3D enhanced. I donít see a need for 3D to be in other movies though. Avatar is almost a wholly animated movie. I know lots of folks that just donít get animation. Cameron, in my mind did the impossible with animating humans to a degree that was not only acceptable, but more than believable. I believe Iíve commented on my rather distaste for motion capture animated movies of late. They just creep me out.
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