"Fiction is the purest art. Commercial fiction is the butter, the darkest chocolate, and the finest malt. That's why we are so addicted to it."--Angie Brooksby-Arcangioli
Avatar is rockin'. Our glasses out in Texas looked more like Potter glasses than these giant bug shield glasses in NY. And I not only want to be blue, but I also want to be that flexible and tall.
Avatar was okay, as unoriginal, cliché-addled nitwittery goes, but those glasses are rockin'.
Love the glasses, you should keep them to make a fashion statement. That statement would be "I need psychiatric help!" but it's a statement nonetheless.As for Avatar, I swore off going to see it when I joked to a friend that I could map out the whole plot and characters from a few production stills. Then I turned out to be right.
My brain doesn't get 3-D... I'm blind in right eye, true. Now for a writer exercise, please, someone tell me what 3-D is like. (Does it look like comic book heros busting the frames of their pictures)???Always been jealous... my world is flat, like TV flat, but it's a good world!Haste yee back ;-)
I saw it for the second time on Friday. I will own it if the DVD is in 3D as well. I don't think I can watch it in standard format.
I don't care about the simple plot or anything, I loved it! I've been considering taking a train an hour out of the way to go see it in in imax, but it looks like I don't have the funds at the moment. Beautiful movie, beautiful story, and just overall an experience to watch.
I finally saw Avatar last night and my glasses were not NEARLY as cool as those. *sigh*
I too so loved Avatar - it's Fern Gully grown up. No better green theme movies out there.
I thought of Fern Gully, too! And I loved that movie as a kid, which might be partly why I loved Avatar so much haha.
THERE'S BILL WITH THE ANTI AVATAR COMMENT. I SEE YOU BILL.
I'm not ashamed to admit, I totally kept my glasses and they are now sitting on my desk. I just want to be able to shoot a bow and arrow like Neytiri.
My kick ass and take names auction deal making agent would look fabulous in anything.Your NYT bestselling author...not so much.(sorry Patrick :p)
Suzie, that's hilarious! You're rocking those glasses. Thanks for sharing, Janet.
How come when Patrick is in town you give him those glasses and take him to Avatar, and when I'm in town (and I live here) you give me the same glasses and make me do spot-welding. I KNEW THOSE GLASSES WEREN'T SAFE FOR WELDING. Plus they made the sparks look like the were *coming right out at me*.
Loved the movie but those glasses hurt my ears and nose! I guess they don't want anyone stealing them. Avatar parallels so many stories of indigenous people (with the exception of the whole winning thing) It was a very moving film.
I'm FINALLY going to see Avatar this weekend in the IMAX theater...I had no idea how stylish I would be looking. Hmmm...perhaps I'll take a camera as well and take a photo of my unsuspecting friends!LOVE this photo! And very happy to hear the movie is as good as I've been hearing...can't wait to finally see it!
What's with the bug-eye glasses? Ours didn't look like that in Cleveland. Hmmm... are we ahead in the fashion world for a change? =DI just want a tail that plugs into things...
Those glasses look like the they belong on a geriatric movie producer while he sips gin & tonic on his patio overlooking the Pacific Ocean.I kept my glasses, too. Mine look like Roy Orbison glasses. Maybe they'll work when we get 3D television & DVDs.
Eywa flows in harmony through all things... including those glasses. Especially those glasses.
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