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Avatar 3D a Must See – A visual Masterpeice

In Movies on February 18, 2010 at 8:00 pm

If you haven’t had a chance to see Avatar in the theaters, specially the 3D version, then you should hit the theaters before it is totally gone from them. It’s been playing pretty heavy since December of 2009, so chances are there are probably only a few theaters left playing this amazing hit.

The film was supposedly written back in 1995, but unfortunetely making the movie back then was virtually almost impossible for the type of filming that needed to be done to make this film the masterpiece it is today. Thankfully after years of waiting, Avatar started the production procedure in 2005, the path to producing the 2009 mega hit was in motion.

In December of 2009 the long awaited Avatar hit the theaters running, breaking record after box office record. To date Avatar exceed expectations and the expensive film has become the highest grossing film of all time. James Cameron has produced another blockbuster even after the long  absence of feature film making.

When leaving the theater I was memorized by the detail and the amount of creativity put into this film. The World “Pandora” was a virtual paradise, and in 3D the movie watching experience was superior to anything I have seen before. The Digital Filming and the costumes were superior than anything I could of expected going into the theater to experience the world of Avatar.

Even though some so-called “Critics” called the story _______, never shall I repeat the words of fools, I thought the storyline, even though a little far fetched, a win for the Avatar team. The story was good enough to accompany the film images, giving it an A is pretty easy in our book.

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