Monday, January 11, 2010
Finally saw Avatar in Imax after almost a month. We booked the tickets tru phone Wednesday and paid in Megamall the next day. If you wish for online credit card transactions, sorry, you have to do it the old fashioned way. Thanks to Marvin for doing all of it.
The whole 3D experience made the movie larger than life.Not just an ordinary SF movie. Stunning visuals, worlds beyond your imagination.
me and Teresa....
Brings out the the child among adults and the mature person in a lad. Some say the story is predictable but I find it fitting for the film. I am just glad that a movie with such visual scale goes with a story which captivates the heart. It's too long but I didn't even noticed it because of the sustained thrill.
It offers a lot of topics for conversation, and sometimes heated debate, like what my fiancee commented that this time the humans are the antagonists-----for a change. That's human nature, as we all have the capacity to do evil. But this is also a celebration of our capacity to do good as shown by the main character who sided on the Navis. For the rest of the story, you have to see it yourself.
This is it. The movie that will finally sink the Titanic. To think that both are written and directed by James Cameron means this man is really brilliant.