- Dear James Cameron:
- I'm sorry for doubting you. I finally get what you've been talking about and I was wrong. All I got from the trailer was that the space people would be fighting the blue people, so I wasn't that excited about your movie. I was mistaken.
- After watching the film, my wife and I talked about what we liked and didn't like. Although we watched the film in 3D, I don't think it added anything to the film. It could have switched to 2D after the novelty wore off and I wouldn't have noticed. And I know I refered to it as Dances With Wolves In Space Where The Indians Get To Win. But Dances With Wolves was a great film and your explosions are much, much better.
- The best part, though, is that I completely bought into the experience. I actually cared about what happened to these blue people. In most other movies, mixing people and CGI characters was as convincing as Who Framed Roger Rabbit? After seeing the way characters interacted in Avatar, I get why you wanted to wait so long before making the movie. And I'm glad you did. Can't wait to see what you do next.
- P.S. What did you think of District 9? Are you bummed out that it totally stole your thunder?
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