Zamolxis wrote:Ethric wrote:Fixed it even better
So I guess it's also pretty clear what was your pick. :p
Yep. Just doesn't seem like my kind of movie. And I'm scared of hype
Kalah wrote:It's not gonna be a big DVD hit, though, is it?
HodgePodge wrote:For me, having a vision problem, wherein those ridiculous 3D glasses don't work for me, I doubt that I'll be paying to see this movie in a theater.
Banedon wrote:1. What's the first thing any sane technologically-driven society would do on encountering foes naturally resistant to its weapons? Obvious answer: develop new weapons. The humans on Pandora had well over 3 months to do it.
The list is so long that I'm going to have to use more than one paragraph, e.g. how can guns fail to kill something but things like blunt weapons do? Like seriously ... it's plain physically impossible.
The Sky People will be back. Why wouldn't they? The Zulus defeated the British once, but didn't invade British territory, instead holding on to their own ... yet the British came back. The Mongols suffered many defeats, but they (almost) always returned to avenge them. The wanted mineral is still on Pandora. If shareholders don't approve of bad bank books, a failed mission would have even worse bank books, not to mention cause a badly bruised ego. And there's no lack of survivors from the mission who can tell planners back on Earth what to expect on Pandora.
Mountains cannot float, species cannot evolve until every one of them can commune with everyone else (no evolutionary advantage ...), Eywa (if she exists) ought have acted on her own accord instead of wait for prayers, the ecosystem has no chance of supporting so many large predators, blah blah blah.
ThunderTitan wrote: I think it was pretty well implied that the ecology of the place was artificial... i mean the planet was basically one big computer, and everything had a USB slot...
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