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Even the Third Reich is disappointed with the ‘Avatar’ trailer

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Let’s dismiss for a second how sad the idea of an “Avatar Day” is (on any number of levels, pick one) and analyze the hype surrounding this mammoth cinematic event with our serious faces on. Avatar

allegedly cost $237 million to finance
stars an Australian actor we’re told is a champ back home, but who just sort of popped up stateside this year (hi!); first playing a robot, now playing a marine, and soon to be playing a Greek warrior (range!)
took 15 years to make it to theaters (James Cameron wrote the first draft in 1994)
looks like Star Wars: Attack of the Clones, but with giant blue cats

Does that cover it? I think we’ve covered it. Get your tickets now* before they sell out!

*Don’t buy tickets to this thing. At least not now, in August, four months before it’s released. Really?
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5 Responses to “Even the Third Reich is disappointed with the ‘Avatar’ trailer”

  1. Gunky Slug Says:

    Maybe it ‘s just my preference to Watchmen over the Avatar premise, but the Hitler/Watchmen Ending rings more true than the Avatar version. But thanks for the head’s up on the next saga from Cameron. So much promise! Better to deliver than promise….

  2. Lura Panama Says:

    I Will have to come back again when my course load lets up – even so I am taking your RSS feed so I can read your site offline. Thanks.

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