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is now more than movie Remember when "Avatar" was just a movie? There been breathless reports that "Avatar" is so vivid and so powerful that moviegoers walk out feeling let down by the gray world here on boring old Terra.

"Movie goers feel depressed and even suicidal at not being able to visit utopian alien planet" may sound like a headline from The Onion but, nope, there it was in the Daily Mail of London a day earlier, on CNN, which quoted a forum post by someone named Mike who glumly said the majesty of the movie has left him feeling, um, blue. "I even contemplate suicide thinking that if I do it I will be rebirthed in a world similar to Pandora pandora beads and the everything is the same as in " That got to be a joke, right? Well, it hard to say. "Avatar" is becoming something more than a projected popcorn experience as it echoes through the world. Forget entertainment, this is now a topic of debate in religious, political, economic and cultural circles. James Cameron jungle moon epic is climbing toward $2 billion worldwide box office receipts and after a victorious night at the Globes, the film about blue cat people has to be considered the favorite the How seriously is Hollywood taking the sci fi film? Well consider the fact that nobody at the banquet laughed out loud when Cameron gave part of his acceptance in the nutty alien language spoken by his (literally) tree hugging aliens. thought the movie was big on the IMAX screen? It become far larger in the marketplace of ideas. Some people see the film as propaganda from lefty (On Big Hollywood the movie was carpet bombed: "Think of as Wish 5 for leftists a simplistic, revisionist revenge fantasy") but others view it as white male fantasy that is in fact the essence of American oppression (Greta Hagen Richardson in the Daily Iowan is insidious in its messaging: "Being part of the dominant ideology doesn't automatically give you super powers of intellect, strength and comprehension.") Intergalactic setting aside, some moviegoers watched the film and felt it hit to close to home; Magazine, for instance, polled its readers on whether they thought the movie about blue people was in fact anti black. Vatican, just so you know, sees a different problem with the film: fact that it Mother Nature ahead of the Heavenly Father. "Nature is no longer a creation to defend, but a divinity to worship," was the encoded message of the movie, according to a frosty review from Vatican Radio. Some people thought it was demeaning to women, others thought it was demeaning to people who use wheelchairs. And, of course, there smoke, there fire: Smoke Free Movies campaign says that the screen time given to Sigourney Weaver cigarette loving botanist was the equivalent of $50 million in free advertising for the tobacco industry, but who can say if those numbers are puffed up? were also reports that a 42 year old Taiwanese man with a history of high blood pressure and hypertension after seeing "Avatar," possibly because of a stroke; chain pandora ship charm of events normally would not make the local newspaper but, well, because it was "Avatar" the report down the information pandora bracelets online superhighway hit way too many journalistic potholes; OK Magazine, for instance, went with the headline: "Man excitement over may have caused his death," which is just like it true to report that gunshot victims collapse after loud noises. latest headline: The decision by the Chinese government to yank "Avatar" from theaters and replace it with a homegrown film, a movie either made for pure business reasons or maybe, just maybe, to prevent possible citizen incitement all those weird off world concepts about environmental responsibility. Cameron must be dazed and amused by all these new dimensions added to 3 D epic. Oscars night, if he wins the big trophy, let hope he doesn repeat his hubris from the "Titanic" ("I the king of two worlds!") and instead looks out on all the competing opinions of "Avatar" and acknowledges them with words. "I see you and I you." It about time that some one took art and used it in a way so as to show what is truly beautiful and what is truly ugly, to paint a picture to convey the ballance of everything, and how we effect absolutly everything. Art is what all of our anciant ancesters used to convey to people things of the utmost importance. They can understand when we ask them, how it is that they understood such things in great detail. Instead they wonder why we can why it we can see those very same things. After all art is the beginning of how we see all types of academic diciplines. Bravo! Well done! It seems the media is overblowing this highly expensive, overrated piece of 3 D "magic" to see if it can overtake Star Wars as some sort of cultural landmark in a fraction of the time that it took THAT film to do so. George Lucas didn spend enough $ to fund several underdeveloped countries to make his seminal A New Hope. For me, THAT is what makes the technological wonders of that epic 70s film nothing any other work can touch. So Avatar technology is more realistic 3 D? Oh, joy. Why must Avatar be compared to A New Hope? There is absolutely no comparison. Avatar story is crap. One how much do pandora charms cost more controversy it stirred up: did Cameron swipe his ideas from Russian sci fi greats Arkady and Boris Strugatsky? Possibly although he also owes a debt to Stanislaw Lem, Ursula LeGuin and many others. I hope you guys will do a column on the Strugatsky connection. Sure, Avatar got its limits kind of silly how the hotshot young ex marine ends up being a better Navi than the greatest and wisest of the Navi themselves. But at bottom, the story is about ideas that matter. No wonder it kicking up such a discussion. And I think it the most forthright antiwar film that Hollywood has made thus far.

Can recall another film that took us onto the ground to experience the "shock and awe" of an imperialist military invasion from the point of view of those on the receiving end. None of the movies about Iraq or Vietnam have dared to do that. Good for Cameron.

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