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How it Works: Why not all 3D is created equal

Posted on 13 April 2010 by Quaid

Today I wanted to spew forth my thoughts on this newfangled 3D thing hitting theaters. Now, you might think that I’m a little late to the party…what with Avatar blowing everyone’s minds with its stereoscopic shenanigans. But you’d be wrong. Continue Reading

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Avatar to be Re-Released? STOP THE MADNESS!

Posted on 12 March 2010 by Quaid

Up until now I was on the fence, but today’s news made it official.  We’ve gone too far. Continue Reading

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Thank God for Avatar…crushing the hopes and dreams of Michael Bay.

Posted on 26 January 2010 by Quaid

You thought it was over.  You thought we’d said all we could about Michael (hack) Bay and his over-the-top, abysmally directed sequel to his over-the-top, abysmal but somewhat entertaining(ish) first transforming robots movie.

You were wrong.

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Dances with Smurfs Goes for the Gold. Seriously?

Posted on 20 January 2010 by Quaid

I am the lone Avatar defender on this site.  Shep abhors the film, and I’m pretty sure Hans is less than luke-warm about Cameron’s latest opus. Continue Reading

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Most Overrated Movie of 2009: Avatar

Posted on 31 December 2009 by ShepRamsey

It didn’t take long for me to discover that I’m in a pretty meager minority with this one.  Most people that I’ve been talking to absolutely loved Avatar, James Cameron’s long-awaited follow-up to his 1997 megahit Titanic. Continue Reading

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Avatar: A Western take on Eastern ideas (and I’m not sure that’s good)

Posted on 21 December 2009 by Quaid

Avatar_PosterIn reading reviews of James Cameron’s alien-centric opus Avatar, I feel like I’ve been seeing the same things over and over.  Most criticism comes from the fact that audiences simply don’t identify with characters or find the story simple, contrived, or cliche. Continue Reading

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