Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2010/01/04

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Subject: [Leica] 2010 now Avatar
From: s.dimitrov at (slobodan Dimitrov)
Date: Mon, 4 Jan 2010 13:35:40 -0800
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Definitely agree!
I walked away as though I experienced something both mythic and  

On Jan 4, 2010, at 1:11 PM, Mark Rabiner wrote:

>> I saw it in 3D and was pleasantly surprised at the restraint the  
>> producers
>> showed in this copy.  No overdone objects constantly lungeing at  
>> the viewer
>> but a great sense of depth and relative motion.
>> A remarkable film, in no way compromised in either format.
>> I put it up there with "Bladerunner" as a major cinematic  
>> achievement in it's
>> decade and genre.
>> And I really, really liked "Bladerunner".  Kudos to both directors  
>> in their
>> time.
>> Do see "Avatar" if you enjoy sci-fi and find our consumer culture  
>> to be more
>> than just a bit troubling.  The film does provide several messages  
>> if you're
>> paying attention at all.
>> Bob
> Its the new Star Wars 1. A milestone cultural event.
> Roger Ebert in his review said the director James Cameroon was  
> going  for
> President of the world. I think  he had a point.
> Mark William Rabiner
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Slobodan Dimitrov

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