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Re: Avatar 11 years 1 month ago #13

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I liked Avatar alot, and even my wife liked it.  My only complaint was the seemingly indestructible evil colonel.<br />
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Re: Avatar 11 years 1 month ago #14

<br />I liked Avatar alot, and even my wife liked it.  My only complaint was the seemingly indestructible evil colonel.<br /><br />

<br /><br />Evil colonels are always indestructible.  <br /><br />

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Re: Avatar 11 years 1 month ago #15

That is how they survive to become Colonels...
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Re: Avatar 11 years 4 weeks ago #16

<br />I liked Avatar alot, and even my wife liked it.  My only complaint was the seemingly indestructible evil colonel.<br /><br />

<br /><br />High level. Lots of hit points.
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Re: Avatar 11 years 1 week ago #17

I feel no drive to see it the flick now, if ever. I imagine I'll have to at one point if it becomes a major pop culture icon, but I'm betting it's more likely that it'll go poof and vanish.

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Re: Avatar 11 years 1 week ago #18

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<br />I feel no drive to see it the flick now, if ever. I imagine I'll have to at one point if it becomes a major pop culture icon, but I'm betting it's more likely that it'll go poof and vanish.<br />

<br /><br />I don't think the technology will go poof and vanish though. Perhaps another movie that uses the same technology will come out that will be better.

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Re: Avatar 11 years 1 week ago #19

I haven't watched tv (other than those few times I've been in a hotel somewhere) in around 2 years now. That means I almost never see movie previews and commercials so I never know what's playing. The only thing I know about avatar can be summed up with giant smurfs with boobs with a ridiculously anvilicious aesop.

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