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Sam & Saldana

Feb. 22, 2010by: Cherry Liquor
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I like Zoe Saldana as an actress, I do. I think she's a bit too skinny and that they hid that fact well for this artsy shot of her with AVATAR co-star Sam Worthington for the New York Times. Here's my issue: I don't care to pay extra to watch movies in 3-D. I haven't seen the blue monster of a movie and I was very depressed to find out that there wasn't going to be a 2-D option for Worthington's upcoming remake of CLASH OF THE TITANS. I don't want to recycle my 3-D glasses by throwing them into the container outside of the theater, I want to keep using the perfectly good special edition AVATAR pair that I was sent which are designed to work on every 3-D movie. I feel like they're holding movies as hostage as it looks like Zoe's arm encircling Sam's head does. I'd rather be in his position, granted (or hers, really). But I don't want to end up paying more for something if it ends up sucking, so at least give us anti-higher-technology people an option.

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6:53AM on 02/23/2010
Saldana was the only good thing about this movie. She gave a great performance and Seytiri was a great character.
Saldana was the only good thing about this movie. She gave a great performance and Seytiri was a great character.
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11:54PM on 02/22/2010
I totally dig Zoe Saldana.

A beauty and a talent.
I totally dig Zoe Saldana.

A beauty and a talent.
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9:06AM on 02/22/2010
I actually didn't mind the 3D in Avatar. It wasn't like shit flying at you constantly. They really only made it obvious in certain scenes with specific foreground elements that could use it effectively. It was subtle enough that after 30 minutes it became relatively normal for me.
I actually didn't mind the 3D in Avatar. It wasn't like shit flying at you constantly. They really only made it obvious in certain scenes with specific foreground elements that could use it effectively. It was subtle enough that after 30 minutes it became relatively normal for me.
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10:07AM on 02/22/2010
See, but that only makes me wonder even more why it was necessary at all. From the trailers which were in 2-D, I would have been fine watching it as it was, but with the 3-D it added to the hype which made me want to watch it far less.
See, but that only makes me wonder even more why it was necessary at all. From the trailers which were in 2-D, I would have been fine watching it as it was, but with the 3-D it added to the hype which made me want to watch it far less.
4:44PM on 02/22/2010
This movie was going to be hyped anyway, 3D or not, but you're right - the 3D wasn't necessary. Then again, neither are most of the slick effects they invented for this movie. It doesn't hurt the movie, though. It works well either way.
This movie was going to be hyped anyway, 3D or not, but you're right - the 3D wasn't necessary. Then again, neither are most of the slick effects they invented for this movie. It doesn't hurt the movie, though. It works well either way.
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